Checking up h/w:
The main part:
Forming knowledge of the students on the theme "School canteen".
- to provide
as part of the lesson consolidate learners ' vocabulary on the topic
a milkshake, ordinary, waiter, to pay, to criticize.
The procedure of the lesson:
T:Good afternoon girls and boys?
Look at the black-board, you can see
phonetic drill. I will read and you must repeat after me!
1. Do you have your classes in the morning or in the afternoon?
2. Where do you have your lunch?
3. Do you take your snack with you?
4. Do you have a canteen at school?
Exercise 2. p.73.
In British schools there are lessons in the morning and in the afternoon. Many children eat lunch at school. The food is very healthy there. There is salad and there are vegetables, there aren’t any chips or crisps and there isn’t any ice-cream or chocolate. Some children in Britain schools don’t eat pork and some children don’t eat any meat. These children choose a vegetable meal.
Exercise 3. p.73
There is / are There isn’t / aren’t
There is salad. There aren’t any crisps.
A Passive Verb is a form of be + a passive participle e.g. is bought, are cleaned, was born, were written.
We form negatives and questions in the same way as in active sentences.
Milk isn’t bought by me.
Where is the bread baked?
The room hasn’t been cleaned yet.
Was the book written by you?
Пассивный глагол-это форма be + причастие страдательного
залога, например, покупается, уборка, родился, были написаны.
We use be + a passive participle after will, going to, can, must.
e.g. The exercises will be done tomorrow.
The exercises are going to be done.
The exercises can be done orally.
The exercises must be done in time.
Мы используем быть + страдательное причастие после will,
going to, can, must.
Exercise 5. p.74. Fill in the gaps.
Exercise 6. p.74. Match the sentences.
Exercise 10. p.76. Fill in the blanks in this conversation with a, an, the or no article.
Exercise 11. p.76. Put a, an or the.
Exercise 12. p.77. Read and translate the text. Find in the text sentences describing the following things.
1. What people eat at Fast Food Restaurants.
2. How people eat the meal at Fast Food Restaurants.
3. Why Fast Food Restaurants are popular.
4. What people don’t like there.
Exercise 15. p.78. Are the sentences about Fast Food Restaurants (F) or Ordinary (O) restaurants? Write F or O in the boxes.
1) Exercise 7. p.75. Write sentences from the notes. Some sentences are active and some are passive.
Exercise 8. p.75. Choose the correct answer.
2) Exercise 16. p.78. Complete the map about FFR. Add more ideas.
What was the theme of our lesson?
What interesting things did you know?
The marks for the lesson are …
The lesson is over! Good-bye!