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People Must Be Clever with Animals

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People Must Be Clever with Animals Урок комплексного применения ЗУН по УМК «Enjoy English» 6 класс выполнила: Мытыпова А.Г МОУ СОШ № 240 г.Борзя, Забайкальский край


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Организационный момент Приветствие. Определение темы урока. Цель урока. Задачи урока.


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Фонетическая зарядка Gregory Grigs, Gregory Grigs Had 27 different wigs He wore them up, he wore them down To please the people of the town He wore them east, he wore them west But he never could tell which he loved best


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Vocabulary work animals who can swim animals who live on land domestic animals


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Речевая зарядка What characteristics do domestic animals have? What characteristics do wild animals have?


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Domestic animals Wild animals - useful - cruel - kind - strong - helpful - cunning - friendly to people - independent - give products - can eat other animals


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Speaking and discussing Anyone (любой человек) can have any animal at his/her home: a cat, a snake, a crocodile, a lion. Homeless dogs and cats should live in special places. dangerous - опасный reasonable - разумный to be hungry – быть голодным


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Do you agree which is better for animals: zoos or wild animals parks? Why? But the best for animals is to live in the wild. Use the answers Ex.42 p. 117.


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A song. A shark and a tiger and a crocodile… The crocodile has shiny teeth that crunch, crunch, crunch. Hekeeps them clean and beautiful and absolutely suitable For eating up a crocodile’s lunch, lunch, lunch. Chorus: The shark and the tiger and the crocodile, They never, never lose their smile. The shark and the tiger and the crocodile, They never, never lose their smile. The white shark’s teeth are sharpest in the sea, sea, sea. Hekeeps them clean and beautiful and absolutely suitable For eating little fishes at tea, tea, tea. Chorus: The tiger has enormous teeth that bite, bite, bite. He keeps them clean and beautiful and absolutely suitable For eating up his supper at night, night, night. Chorus:


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Reading the text about the Lion, the Ass and the fox. Do you know Aesop’s story about the Lion, the Ass and the Fox? The Lion, the Ass and the Fox hunted together. Of course, the Lion caught many animals. And now came the time to enjoy the meal. The Lion asked the Ass to divide the meal. The Ass divided the food into three equal parts and asked the friends to choose. The Lion got angry. He fell upon the Ass and killed him. Then he asked the Fox to divide the food. The Fox gathered all in one great heap and left a very small portion to himself and said to the Lion: «Eat, Your Majesty, please.» «Ah!» the Lion said, «you have divided very well! Who has taught you to divide?» The Fox answered: «The Ass has given me a very good lesson.» Moral: Good lessons must never be forgotten.


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Find out and write down verbs Regular verbs Irregular verbs To hunt - to know To enjoy - to catch To ask - to come To divide - to get angry To kill - to fall upon To gather - to leave To say - to eat To answer - to teach - to give - to forget


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Give three forms of the verbs


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Let’s revise Present Perfect Have+V3 Вспомог.глаг. + подл+V3 has


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Ask questions in Present Perfect


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Этюды 1) Встречаются лев, осел и лис; здороваются; спрашивают, как поживают; давайте вместе охотиться. 2) Разговаривают лев и осел: поохотился ли он, поймал ли много животных, давайте делить еду. 3) Лев спрашивает осла, поделил ли он еду. Ему не нравится, что поделили поровну, говорит, что убьет его. 4) Лев спрашивает лиса, поделил ли тот еду. Лис поделил еду. Льву нравится, спрашивает, кто научил его делить еду. Лис отвечает, что осел.


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Moral: Good lessons must never be forgotten.


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If animals are people, what is the moral of the fairy-tale for people?


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People must be clever and must think with whom to make friends.


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Bad people may teach bad lessons.


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Never trouble trouble Till trouble troubles you It only doubles trouble And trouble others, too.


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Homework Ex.37, p. 115 (to read)


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Рефлексия


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Thank you for the lesson!


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