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  • 1. Unit 6 Lesson 1 Celebrations Тэмдэглэлт өдрүүд
  • 2. ObjectivesStructure: Present continuousfor futureSkill: Talking about somecelebrationVocabulary: Celebrations
  • 3. Warm up:Telling names ofcelebrationduring walking
  • 4. Anniversary-Ойн баяр, нэг жилийн ой
  • 5. Discuss-тайлбарлах
  • 6. Common-Нийтийн, хамт олны
  • 7. Share-Хуваалцах
  • 8. Fools day-Тэнгүүдийн өдөр (4-p cарын1)
  • 9. Leap year-Илүү жилтэй өдөр
  • 10. Easter-Улаан өндөгний өдөр
  • 11. Independence day-Тусгаар тогтнолын өдөр
  • 12. Lunar month-Сарны сар (цагаан сар)
  • 13. Grammar PRESENT CONTINUOUS FOR FUTURE EVENTS• 1. . Future: Present continuous for the future, function• The present continuous is used to talk about arrangements for events at a time later than now.• There is a suggestion that more than one person is aware of the event, and that some preparation has already happened. e.g.• a. Im meeting Jim at the airport = and both Jim and I have discussed this.• b. I am leaving tomorrow. = and Ive already bought my train ticket.• c. Were having a staff meeting next Monday = and all members of staff have been told about it.
  • 14. • More examples:• a. Is she seeing him tomorrow?• b. He isnt working next week.• c. They
  • 15. Read the text and talk in the classNew Years Day is observed on January 1, the firstday of the year on the modern Gregorian calendar aswell as the Julian calendar used in ancient Rome.With most countries using the Gregorian calendar astheir main calendar, New Years Day is the closestthing to being the worlds only truly global publicholiday, often celebrated with fireworks at the strokeof midnight as the new year starts. January 1 on theJulian calendar currently corresponds to January 14on the Gregorian calendar, and it is on that date thatfollowers of some of the Eastern Orthodox churchescelebrate the New Year.
  • 16. Exercises-Дасгалууд Answer these questions• What celebration will you celebrate?• Who are you celebrating with?• How are you celebrating it ?• Where are you celebrating ?• What are you doing during this celebration?
  • 17. HomeworkPage: 77-79Exercises: 3, 4, 5Write about your favoritecelebration