Controlled activities
Freer activities
 - drills
 - discussions
 - jazz chants
 - solving problems
 -dictations
 -exchanging ideas
 - copying words
 - sharing ideas
 - copying sentences
 -comparing ideas
 - reading aloud
 -writing emails, letters,
- etc.
stories, invitations,
 compositions
Activity 1
Complete these sentences about
yourself with can or can’t
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I…..swim.
I…..speak Mandarin.
I…..play the guitar.
I…. use a computer.
I….run very fast.
Activity 2
Write an invitation inviting your
friends to your birthday party
 Invite them.
 Tell them:
-the date
-the time
-the address of the party
Activity 1
Activity 2
 is a controlled/
 is a less controlled/freer
restricted practice
 focuses on accurate use
of language
 is a gap-fill exercise
practice
 focuses on
communicating a
message
 is a task
1. Reading for gist/Skimming( to get a general idea of the text).
2. Reading for specific information
/Scanning.
3. Reading for details.
4. Extensive reading.
Problem – solving
Unit 4 «A helping hand»
Imagine you and a group of friends are going
on a mountain activity weekend in your own
country. First, decide where to go, how to get
there, and which two activities to do.
Skiing
Walking
Climbing
Paragliding
Bungee jumping
Snowboarding
 A. Story completion
 B. Form-filling
 C. Information gap
 D. True/false question
 E. Role-play
A. Choral drilling of pronunciation
B. Role-play
C. Dictation
D. Discussions
E. Gap-fill exercises
F. Story writing
G. Coping words
H. Repeating new words
I. Describing pictures
J. Learning conversations by heart
K. Problem solving
A. Choral drilling of pronunciation
B. Role-play
Communication
C. Dictation
D. Discussions
E. Gap-fill exercises
B,D,F,I,K.
F. Story writing
G. Coping words
H. Repeating new words
Accuracy
I. Describing pictures
J. Learning conversations by heart
K. Problem solving
A,C,E,G,H,J.
1.Read the story. Then answer these questions:
-How old is the girl?
-Where does she live? Etc.
2.a) Listen to the tape and choose the best answer:
-The children’s school is: a) near their house, etc.
b) Now listen again. Are these sentences true or false?
3. Look at the pictures and then read the story. Put the
pictures in the correct order.
4. Work in pairs. Each of you should use one of the role cards.
5.Get into groups of four. Find out which food your friends
like or dislike most. Ask:
- Which food do you like?
- - Which food do you dislike?
Skills/subskills/
language
1. Reading for specific
information.
2. Listening for specific
information.
3. Reading for detail.
4. Fluency in speaking/ freer
practice of new language.
5. Accuracy in speaking/
controlled practice of
new language.
Type of activity
1. Wh-questions for comprehension.
2. a.Multiple-choice
questions
b.True/ false questions
3. Ordering.
4. Role-play
5. Survey
Project at the lesson
designed by
Broitman Yura
Maklyuk Fedor
Kaliningrad,
Lyceum № 49 10 ‘B’
Start
Cinquain
-
a noun ( the topic )
2 adjectives
3 verbs
4 adverbs or a sentence
( the main idea of the topic)
 - a noun, synonym to the first
one
“The Practice of English Language Teaching”, Jeremy Harmer, Longman, 2003.
“Teaching and Learning Languages”, Earl W. Stevick, Cambridge Language
Teaching Library, 1986.
“The TKT Course”, Mary Spratt, Alan Pulverness, Melanie Williams,CUP,2005.
“ Teenagers”, Gordon Lewis, 2007.
Fluent English — образовательный проект
http://www.fluent-english.ru
Native English. Изучение английского языка
http://www.native-english.ru
School English: газета для изучающих английский язык
http://www.schoolenglish.ru
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