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English 5 .., ., ұ , 2010

Week Date Lesson Theme Language structures Grammar Vocabulary Home task
I
I and my family (7 hours)
  My name is Omar. - Hello. - Hello. - Whats your name? - My name is Present Tense of to be 3rd person singular is. Possessive adjectives: my, your. Question: what? hello, name, my, your, what, is, and Letters: A-G
  Good morning! - Good morning! (afternoon, evening). Im Mr. Evans. Good-bye! Present Tense of to be 1st person singular am. Pronouns: I, I am Good morning! Good afternoon! Good evening! Good bye! Letters: H-P
  Where are you from? - Where are you from? - Im from Numbers 1-10   Present Tense of to be 2nd person. Pronoun: you. Prepositions: from, in. Question: where? where ,you, from, in,? - Im from   Letters: Q-Z Numbers 1-10
  How are you? - Hello. How are you? - Im OK. Thank you. - Which class are you in? - Im in 5 A.   Questions: How are you? Which?   how, fine, OK, thank you, class, which, well, very well, all right, so-so, not bad. How old? Ex. 13-14 p 30-31
  How old are you? - How old are you? - Im 10-   To be are. How old are you?   How old? Happy birthday! Years, old Ex. 14-15 p 36
  Test yourselfIm Colins sister - Whos Carol? - Shes Andys cousin. -Whore Colin and Carol? -They are Mr. and Mrs. Evans children. Possessive: s. Pronouns: he, she, they. Verb to be is, are. grandmother, grandfather, mother, father, sister, brother, children, parents, he, she, they. Ex. 13-14 p 39
    A Family Tree He is my father/brother. She is my mother /sister. Pronouns: he/she/they. Verb to be is, are. cousin, aunt, uncle, niece, nephew. Project A Family Tree
My friends (6 hours)
    This is my friend This is Carol. Shes my sister. Whats your fathers name? His name is Whats your sisters name? Her name is Numbers 21-100 Possessive adjectives: his, her. dad, mum, friend, 21-100 Ex.2,13 p 40,42
  How do you spell you name? -Is it your first name (surname)? Yes, it is. No, it isnt. Whats your surname? How do you spell it? Verb to be is. Questions: What, how? first name, surname, yes, no. Ex.13 p45
  Hes from Kazakhstan. -Wheres he/she from? -He /she is from -Wheres London? - Its in England. Verb to be is. Questions: Where? Demonstrative pronoun: that. a boy, a girl, a man, a woman Ex.11,12 p. 42
  Have you got a camera? -Have you got a camera? -Yes, I have. No, I havent. Can I borrow your camera? Sure./OK.-Yes, you can. No, you cant. Verb to have got in the affirmative. Negative and interrogative forms. Modal verb: can. a camera, a bike, a watch, a radio, a television, a walkman, to borrow. Ex.2 p.52
  How many stamps have you got? -How many stamps have you got? Thirty. How many postcards has she got? About fifty. Plural of nouns (-s, -es, ies). Determiner: any. Question: How many? a stamp, a box, a badge, a postcard, a shell, a pop star, a coin, a photo, a model car, an apple, an orange. Ex.14 p.57
  My English Friend. His /her name is He /she is ten. He/she is from England. He/ she is He /she has First name, surname, address, telephone number, his, her. Project My English Friend.
My flat and my house (5 hours)
    My flat. (p.116) My flat/ house is big. It has two rooms. They are . There is / isnt There are / arent Corridor, living room, bedroom, study, rug, dining room, bathroom, toilet, plant, sofa Ex.6 p.117
  Carols kitchen (p. 120-122) It is small, but nice. It has one window. Are there? Is there ? cooker, sink, fridge, dish-washer, washing machine, cupboard, a lot of,bowl, plate, jug, wardrobe Ex.12,15 p.122
  Which room do you like ? (p. 123-125) I like my bedroom, because it is. I want to buy a brown desk. It is my favourite color. There is a table in the middle of the room. read, watch TV, listen to music, play chess, talk to, wash up the dishes, relax, learn English. Prepositions: in, on, next to, over, under, near, in the middle of ... Ex.7,13 p.125
  Test Whats your/his/her name? Where are you from? How old are you? Have you got a camera? I like my room, because it is. It has It is. My family. My friends. My flat To revise material learnt, to prepare for corrections
  Corrections Whats your/his/her name? Where are you from? How old are you? Have you got a camera? I like my room, because it is. It has It is. My family. My friends. My flat To do corrections
II
Healthy way of life (5 hours)
  My body (p. 59) This is my head. These are my hands. Demonstrative pronouns: this, these. a head heads, an arm arms, a hand-hands, a foot- feet, an eye-eyes, an ear-ears. Ex.13 p.59
  What time is it? -What time is it? -Its 2 oclock. Prepositions of time: at, to, past, about past, to, at, quarter, half, oclock, a clock. Ex.10 p.67
  When is your birthday? (p.77) -When is your birthday? - Its on the 13th of January. -What month is it now? - Its September now. -What day is it today? - Its Monday. What date is it today? - Its the 10th of May. Conjunctions of time: before, after, when. Prepositions of time: in month, on day. Question: Which? Ordinal numbers. spring, summer, autumn, winter, January December, Monday Sunday, date, day, month, week, before, after. Ordinal numbers. Ex.16,17 p.80
  Healthy food (p. 144) What do you eat for breakfast? I eatfor breakfast tomato, egg, water, potato, cheese, bread, banana, milk, lemon, cabbage, carrot, meat, sugar, apple. To write an essay Healthy food.
  Can you swim? (p. 73) I can ride a bike I cant swim. Can you.? I can/cant. ride a bike, swim, ride a horse, run fast, play Ex.13,14 p.73
I and my school (9 hours)
  Whats this? ( p. 49-50) -Whats this (that)? - Its a pen. -Is it a pencil? Yes, it is. No, it isnt. Articles: a / an. Demonstrative pronouns: this / that. a pen, a pencil, a bag, a book, a notebook, a computer, a ruler, a calculator, a rubber, a table, a chair, to go Ex.4,8.p. 50-51
  Can you play the guitar? (p. 70-72) Can you play the piano? Yes, I can. / No, I cant.- What instrument can you play? -I can play the guitar. Who can play the guitar?-I can. Modal verb: can, cant recorder, dombyra, guitar, piano, violin, cello, to play, to use, to swim, to make, can Ex.2 p. 71
  Where is my bag? (p. 74-77) -Where is my bag? - Its under the chair. Question: Where? Prepositions of place.   In, on, under, between, behind, in front of, next to, opposite Ex.15,17 p.77
  My computer (p.87-90) -When have we got Math? On Monday. - When is Art? On Friday. How many games have we got on Monday? Prepositions of time: on. Verb: have got.   Everyday, except, time-table, Math, Science, Art, History, Geography, Biology, Home Economics Ex.3,10 p.88-89
  Omar likes English (p. 90-92) Do you like science?-Yes, I do./No, I dont.-What subjects do you like? I like History. -Are you good at English? Yes, I am. No, Im Present Simple Swimming, tennis, dancing, football, volleyball, basketball, chess, music Ex.13-14 p. 92
    A day in my life (p. 93-94) -What time do you get up? I get up at 7 oclock. -What time does he go to school? - He goes to school at 8 oclock. Present Simple to have breakfast/supper/ lunch/ dinner/lessons, to go to school, go home, go to bed, get up, start, watch TV, listen to music, in the morning /afternoon / evening Ex.2 p.94
  Omars day (p. 94-96) He gets up at He has breakfast at Present Simple to have breakfast/supper/ lunch/ dinner/lessons, to go to school, go home, go to bed, get up, start, watch TV, listen to music, in the morning /afternoon / evening Ex.3 p.94
  Test Yourself What time is it? Where is my bag? When have you got Math? Can you play the dombyra? Present Simple Healthy life My school To revise material learnt, to prepare for corrections
  Corrections What time is it? Where is my bag? When have you got Math? Can you play the dombyra? Present Simple Healthy life My school To do corrections
III
Food, Clothes, Shopping (6 hours)
  Do you want some Pepsy? (p.107-109) -Do you want some Pepsy? Yes, please. I love pepsy. / No, thanks. Present Simple Coke, pepsy, juice, bread, a hamburger, cheese, biscuits, crisps / chips, to start Ex.2 p.108,ex. 13 p.110
  Would you like some juice? (p. 139-142) Would you like some juice? No, thanks. / Yes, please. How about?   Id like some juice. Present Simple   Lemonade, apple-juice, cake, oranges, wine, tea, coca-cola, chocolate, kymyz, coffee, pizza, sandwiches, salad Ex.9 p.141 ex. 14 p.142
  Would you like to order? (p.146-148) -Can I have a cheese sandwich? How much is a tuna sandwich? How much. How many. Im full. Im on a diet. Ex.6,7 p.147
  What do you eat for breakfast? (p.150-152) I weigh 105 pounds. A kilo equals 2,2 pounds. Present Simple Weight, equal, beef, pork, veal, mutton Ex.11-12 p.152
  Whose T-shirt is this? (p.57-59) -Whose T-shirt is this? -Its mine. Whose pens are these? Theyre hers. -Are they yours? Yes, they are. / No, they arent Question: Whose? Demonstrative pronouns: these, those. Pronouns: mine, yours, hers, his, theirs. a T-shirt, a jacket, trousers, trainers, jeans, shoes, a tie, a hat, an anorak, a skirt. Ex.2 p.57
  Shopping -How much is that? -Thats 2 pounds 80 pence. -Anything else? How much. How many. a pullover, a dress, a sweater, roller skates, socks, a blouse, a shirt, a cap. A role play
I and the world around me (6 hours)
  I think its beautiful (p. 155-157) I think that There are mountains There is/are mountains, forest, lake, river, beach, cliff Ex.6-7 p.156
  My native land (p.157) I think that There are mountains There is/are The Akhorda, the Monument of Baiterek, the Duman Centre, in the north/south/ west/ east, holiday, sing songs ,dance. Ex.15 p.157
  How is the weather in? (p.158-160) -Whats the weather like? - Its windy. Present Continuous rainy, sunny, windy, snowy, cloudy, foggy Ex.10-11 p.160
  The environment (p.163-164) -Whats happening? -What are you doing? Present Continuous environment, burn, rubbish, cut, pollute, pollution, dump, Ex.2 p163
  We love the world (p.164-166) Why Because Present Continuous red herring, throw away, protect, nature, caviar, destroy, farm land, test Ex.5 p.166
  My fantasy island (p.156) I dream to go . My fantasy island is There is/are Dream, island, river, mountain, a large house, sea, beautiful, holiday, weather. Project My fantasy island
Fauna and flora of Kazakhstan and of the world (8 hours)
  What color is your cat?(p68-70) What color is your ?   To be. Present Simple Special questions black, white, red, blue, pink, brown, grey, yellow, green Ex.2 p.70
  Where do elephants come from?(p.111-113) They come from India. Names of countries. To be. Present Simple Special questions a camel, a tiger, a bear, an elephant, a giraffe, a zebra, a monkey Ex.11,16 p.113
  My favorite flower. My favorite flower is. It is To be. Present Simple a rose, a daisy, a daffodil, a tulip, a carnation. Write an essay
  My pets I have got many animals. My pet is. It is black. It has   It can It cant Animal, rabbit, horse, dog, cat, golden fish, hamster, parrot. Project My pets
  Animals in Kazakhstan There are a lot of animals in Kazakhstan. It is an exciting place full of animals. There is /are We can see. Camel, saiga, leopard, bear, fox, wolf, eagle, Write an essay
  Animals in Britain There are a lot of animals in Britain. It is an exciting place full of animals. There is /are We can see Tiger, hippo, crocodile, bear, fox, wolf. Write an essay
  Revision test Would you some juice ? Can I have a cheese sandwich? How much is that? My favorite animal/ flower is There is/are We can see Present Simple Present Continuous Food, Clothes, Shopping. I and the world around me. Fauna and flora of Kazakhstan and of the world To revise material learnt, to prepare for corrections
  Corrections Would you some juice ? Can I have a cheese sandwich? How much is that? My favourite animal/ flower is There is/are We can see Present Simple Present Continuous Food, Clothes, Shopping. I and the world around me. Fauna and flora of Kazakhstan and of the world To do corrections
  IV
Great Britain (10 hours)
  Where is Great Britain? It is in the north -west of Europe To be going to a country, three parts, a capital, Europe, England, Scotland, Wales. Draw a map
  London the capital of the UK It is the capital of the UK. It is an old city. To be going to the Thames, an old city, go sightseeing , Northern Ireland Write an essay
  Sightseeing in London It is the capital of the UK. It is an old city. To be going to Big Ben, the Tower of London, Trafalgar Square, Report
  Sightseeing in London It has many beautiful monuments. To be going to Buckingham Palace, Tower Bridge, St. Pauls Cathedral. Write an essay
  Holidays in England There are many holidays People have holiday dinner with their families.   There is /are To have Merry Christmas, New Year, Mothers Day Write an essay
  British traditions and customs British traditions are old. They are fond of Present Simple   a custom, interesting, cereal, Make up a dialogue
    Traditional tea with milk Traditional drink of English people is They have tea at Present Simple   a good cup of tea, four cups a day, Far East Role play
  Schools in Britain My school is My favourite lessons are At the lesson we. To have To be a school uniform, a primary school, grammar , private. Write an essay
  Sport in Britain Popular sport is It is a team game. Present Simple   Popular, cricket, netball, team, tennis Write an essay
  Welcome to Great Britain. Welcome to Great Britain. Present Simple   Great Britain Project  
Famous people (6 hours)
  Great Abai He is a famous writer. He is from Semei. Personal pronouns a writer, Semei, famous, great. Write an essayOur Abai
  N.Nazarbaev- our first president He is our first president. He lives in Astana. His residence is Akhorda. Personal pronouns. Present Simple   The first President, Akhorda, residence.   Write an essayOur President
  The Queen, Elizabeth, the 2nd She is the Queen of Great Britain. She lives in London. She lives and works at Buckingham Palace. Personal pronouns. Present Simple   Buckingham Palace, Royal Family. Write an essayThe Queen
  M.Jackson He is the king of pop music. He is from the USA. Personal pronouns a pop singer, the USA, the king of pop music. Write an essay
  Revision Test Welcome to Great Britain. To be going to. Personal pronouns. Present Simple Great Britain. Famous people. To revise material learnt, to prepare for corrections
  Corrections   Welcome to Great Britain. To be going to Great Britain. Famous people. To do corrections
                           

 



 


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