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Skills to be emphasized

Listening and speaking

Target structure

Will / won’t be

Present Simple

Have you got? Yes, I have. No, I have not.

Target vocabulary

Fable, character, appearance, body


By the end of the lesson students should be able to:

· Give the description of friends.

· Write words which describe friends.

· Talk about the life of tigers and mice.

· Use ‘nice to meet you’ in meaningful situation.

· Explain the concept of the word ‘fable’


Poster with words for people’s character

Pictures of the animals



Activity 1 : Warm up

(5 min)

T: Children, I hope that all of you have got a friend. Let’s find students who have no friends. You should throw the ball to some student and ask the question “Have you got a friend? The student who caught the ball should answer ‘Yes, I have’ or ‘No, I have not.’ One of the students will summarize your answers at the end of activity.



Review with the students the words for people’s character.

Ask the students to read the words: good, polite, helpful, kind, rude, clever, bad, friendly, nice, lazy, active, stupid, pretty, neat, weak, strong, quick, brave, sly, cruel and greedy on the poster.


Give the students some time to choose and write 3 words related their friends’ character.



(10 min)

· Tell the students thatthe theme of the unit is closely connected with the theme: “Friends” that at the end of the third lesson of the unit they will be able to compare the character of their friends with the character of two main characters of the fable.

· Ask students questions in order to find out the concept of the word ‘fable’:

Tell me, please, who are the main characters of a fable?

Do animals in the fable act like people?

Can we deduce any moral from the fable?

Who has read any Krylov’s or Aesop’s fables?

Pre-listening activities

(35 min)

· Tell the students to guess which of two animals will be the main characters of the fable. Give the picture of the tiger to one student and the picture of the mouse to another one. Other students in the class should ask the question: “Will it be a goat, a pig…?” The students who have pictures answer: “No, it won’t”. “Yes, it will be”.

Total Physical Response

Learn with the children and move.

Let’s play

I will be a Tiger,

And you will be a Mouse,

I will run after you

And you run away.

Where is the Tiger?

Here I am.

Where is the Mouse?

Here I am.

Generalize students’ knowledge on the theme: ‘The life of Tigers and the Mice’

Show the picture of the tiger and the mouse and ask the students to tell as much as they can about them.

· Ask the students to discuss in groups what they may know or feel about tigers and mice, relating their own experience.

· You can draw a map with the students like this: corn

Foodwild pigs, monkeys, goatsFoodcheese


Size Tiger Where they live Mouse Size little


India, Asia house, field

Safari parks

Rain forest

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