Less.plan iii term 7-plan consolidation open lesson
Lesson: Consolidation School: №32
Date: Teacher name: Burankulova А.Т.
Class: Number present: Absent:
All learners will be able to:
- name the animals
Most learners will be able to:
- produce a project about animals
Some learners will be able to:
- read and write
consolidate the language of the module, develop fine
motor skills through craftwork
Key words: pets, colours, size.
Planned activities: Resources:
-How are you?
-I'm fine thank you. And you?
-I'm fine too, thank you. Sit down,
Warm up exercise “Open shut them”
Put up the My Pets poster on the board.
Point to the animals one at a time,
sometimes naming them and sometimes
giving the wrong word. The pupils say
yes or no.
Teacher: (pointing to the rabbit) Rabbit!
Pupils: Yes! Etc.
Sing the My Pets and Where's the Rabbit
ex: 13 p.52 Match. Say.
Refer the pupils to the pictures and elicit
the animals. The pupils then match them
to the big or small paw print. Then they
point to each animal and say if it's big or
Big: dog, tortoise, parrot
Small: mouse, spider, cat
Tell the pupils that they are going to
make their own pet shop. Hand out the
photocopies. Go over the items in the
photocopies and elicit them from the
pupils. Explain to the class that they
should draw an animal on each item.
Then they can colour and decorate their
pet shop. Go around the classroom
providing any necessary help. While the
pupils are doing the craftwork, feel free
to play any song from the module. Then
the pupils present their pet shops to the
class. Demonstrate this yourself first.
e.g. There's a spider on the bed. There's a
mouse on the TV, etc.
ex: 14 p.53 Let's play!
Refer the pupils to the Bingo card and
explain the game. Tell them to choose
and circle six of the animals on the card.
Then call out six one at a time, in
random order. As you call them out the
pupils cross out the corresponding
animal on their card. The pupils to cross
out his/her six squares first or the most
squares calls out Bingo and is a winner.
refer the pupils to the project and the
picture. Read the example. Explain that
they are going to make a project about
their pets. They will colour the pets and
demonstrate their pets to the class.
This is my pet. It's a mouse. It's grey.
Tell the pupils that they are going to play
a game called Chinese whispers. Explain
the rules. Approach a pupil at the front
desk and whisper the animal. The same
word to his/her partner, who then
whispers it to the next pupil, etc. ask the
last pupil to call out the animal. Check if
it is the correct one. Repeat the
procedure as many times as you think is
- Children, you were perfect. Give
yourself three claps!
Stand up, please. The lesson is over.
- Good-bye, teacher!
Reflection: Lesson was interesting. Children were
active. Turdakyn M., Taldybai Zh.,
Syrlybai A were very active.