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Қысқа мерзімді жоспар 10 сынып

Автор:Абдуллаева Жадыра
Бағыты: Шет тілі
Бөлімі: Сабақ жоспары
Сыныбы: 10 сынып
Жарияланған уақыты: 2019-04-15

Материал туралы қысқаша түсінік

ҚМЖ 10 сынып ағылшын тілінде

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Grade:10 Subject: English
Date:
The theme of the lesson: Present simple vs. Present continuous.
Smart Aims: to teach today’s lesson.
Type of the lesson: Speaking, reading, writing.
Content: to teach pupils to use a critical thinking in a group.
Literature: The text-book, workbook, the dictionary and the INTERNET.
Materials: some pictures of the grammar explanation
The coursesTeachers actionsPupils actionsTime
1Org. momentGood morning my dear students!Dividing to the groups.Good morning!Will work with the groups.5min
2Warm upWorking with picture.Will work with picture and will answer5min
3Presentation Speaking and writing





10min
4PracticeReading and speaking



20min
5Conclusion & Evaluation



4min
6Home taskWill be:Goodbye1min
























Grade:10th Subject: English
Date:
The theme of the lesson: Unit 6 Survival.
Aims: to teach today’s lesson.
Type of the lesson: Speaking, reading, writing.
Content: to teach pupils to use a critical thinking in a group.
Literature: The text-book, workbook, the dictionary and the INTERNET.
Materials: some pictures of the environment, song and some exercises.
The coursesTeachers actionsPupils actionsTime
1Org. momentGood morning my dear students!Good morning!

5min
2Warm upA Look at the pictures and answer the questions.1 In groups, discuss the possible relationshipbetween the four photos.2What do you think the text is about?B Read the text quickly to check your ideas.

3Presentation Speaking and writingBees dying for a phoneStudents read the text quickly to check their ideas. Encourage students not to look up every unknown word but just to note down any new words they feel are important. Check answers.

1 Mobile phones are one of the most useful inventions of the last 50 years, but not everything that is said about them is good. Mobiles are frequently blamed for a number of things, from thumb injuries and headaches to house fires. One theory even blames mobile phones for the disappearance of bees!2 The theory is that the bees' navigation systems are damaged by the radiation that is given off by mobile phones. Bees have a built-in system a bit like GPS and this helps them find their way back to their hive. But recently thousands of bees have failed to find their way home.It is believed they are dying far from their hives.

4PracticeReading and speaking In passive sentences, the thing receiving the action is the subject of the sentence and the thing doing the action is optionally included near the end of the sentence. You can use the passive form if you think that the thing receiving the action is more important or should be emphasized. You can also use the passive form if you do not know who is doing the action or if you do not want to mention who is doing the action.Pr.simple: Once a week, the house is cleaned by Tom.

Pr.Con: Right now, the letter is being written by Sarah.

Past Simple:The car was repaired by Sam.

Pr.Per. That castle has been visited by many tourists.


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Evaluation

Simple PresentOnce a week, Tom cleans the house.Once a week, the house is cleaned by Tom.





Present ContinuousRight now, Sarah is writing the letter.Right now, the letter is being written by Sarah.





Simple PastSam repaired the car.The car was repaired by Sam.





Past ContinuousThe salesman was helping the customer when the thief came into the store.The customer was being helped by the salesman when the thief came into the store.





Present PerfectMany tourists have visited that castle.That castle has been visited by many tourists.

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Grade:9 Subject: English
Date: 13/10/16 15/10/16
The theme of the lesson: Bycicle Revolution
Aims: to teach today’s lesson.
Type of the lesson: Speaking, reading, writing.
Content: to teach pupils to use a critical thinking in a group.
Literature: The text-book, workbook, the dictionary and the INTERNET.
Materials: some pictures of the environment, song and some exercises.
The coursesTeachers actionsPupils actionsTime
1Org. momentGood afternoon my dear pupils! Good afternoon!



2Warm upComplete the sentences with the verbs in the box.won’t be damagedwill be destroyed will be lost

  • The area which is home to the swans
  • and ducks.
  • Huge play areas
  • forever
  • As for the birds, their habitat
  • at all.


    3Presentation Speaking and writing

    Form actions     will be + V3Character actions: действие будет совершаться в будущем,  неопределенно длительно.The roads will be covered with snow next winter. to wearI will  be wornhe will  be wornshe will  be wornit will  be wornwe will  be wornyou will  be wornthey will  be worn

    4PracticeReading and speaking Jane will buy a new computer. - A new computer will be bought by Jane.Her boyfriend will install it. - It will be installed by her boyfriend.Millions of people will visit the museum. - The museum will be visited by millions of people.Our boss will sign the contract. - The contract will be signed by our boss.You will not do it. - It will not be done by you.They will not show the new film. - The new film will not be shown by them.He won't see Sue. - Sue will not be seen by him.They will not ask him. - He will not be asked by them.Will the company employ a new worker? - Will a new worker be employed by the company?Will the plumber repair the shower? - Will the shower be repaired by the plumber?

    Jane will buy a new computer. Her boyfriend will install it. Millions of people will visit the museum. Our boss will sign the contract. You will not do it. They will not show the new film. He won't see Sue. They will not ask him. Will the company employ a new worker? Will the plumber repair the shower? - 

    5Evaluation

    1will be built2Will be held3won’t announced4will be chosen5will be made
    The town council has announced that a newsports centre1;(build)over the next five years.A competition2(hold)for the design of the sports centre, but the name of the competition winner3(not announce) untilthe end of next year. The site for the newbuilding4(choose)next month. After that, the decision about which company will actually build the sportscentre 5_(make) by thetown council.

    6Home taskWill be: Ex.6p 49Goodbye

    Grade 10 Date 18/10/16 19/10/16
    The theme of the lesson: A working life
    Aims: to teach today’s lesson.
    Type of the lesson: Speaking, reading, writing.
    Contnt: to teach pupils to use a critical thinking in a group.
    Literature: The text-book, workbook, the dictionary and the INTERNET.
    Materials: some pictures of the environment, song and some exercises.
    The coursesTeachers actionsPupils actionsTime
    1Org. momentGood afternoon my dear pupils! Good afternoon!



    2Warm up





    3Presentation Speaking and writing

    Nick andAmy interview the man in the photo for a programme.What do you think the programme is about? Read, listen and check your ideas.







    4PracticeReading and speaking Mark the sentences T (true) or F (false). Correct the false statements.











    Find the expressions 1-6 in the story. Who says them? Ф Match them to the meanings a-f.

  • Amy and Nick give Duncan some money.m
  • Nick suggests making a programme about Duncan.□
  • Duncan has been living on the street for a long time.
  • Duncan never sleeps on the street.□
  • Duncan thinks that what he needs is a job.□
  • The principal gave Duncan a job because he felt sorry for him.


  • What on earth ..? a... if you think about itAny chance ... ? b used to add more information to a statement…. after all.I mean. c Is it possible ...?How come...? d very nearly; in a wayMore or less, e used to add surprise or anger to a question f What’s the reason ... ?


    5Evaluation b Complete the dialogues with expressions 1-6 from Exercise 10a.

  • A: I’m going to Essen’s party on Saturday. And you?
  • B: I didn’t know Essen was having a party. How come he told you but not me?
  • A: Do you like Pink?
  • B: No,…….she’s OK, but I prefer dance music.
  • A: So, are you going to help Lucy?
  • B: Yes, I am. She’s my best friend,
  • A: Do you speak German?
  • B:…….- I mean, I can read some German but I’mnot very good at speaking it.
  • A: Makhsat -………fs that thing on your arm?
  • B: It’s my new tattoo. I guess you don’t like it, eh?
  • A: Where’s your History book, Mike?
  • B: I’ve left it at home. ...... I could borrow yours?



    6Home taskWill be: Ex.11,12Goodbye











    2Warm up10
    3Presentation Speaking and writing

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    4Practice



    Reading and speaking




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    5Evaluation Let’s check1have you been waiting2have written3have…seen4ahven’t been learning5has been snowing6haven’t rentedb 2will call, get3don’t come, ‘ll miss4won’t let, aren’t2
    6Home taskReview Goodbye 3


    Class: 9 Subject: English
    Date:8/10/16 11/10/16
    The theme of the lesson: Check your progress
    Aims: to teach today’s lesson.
    Type of the lesson: Speaking, reading, writing.
    Content: to teach pupils to use a critical thinking in a group.
    Literature: The text-book, workbook, the dictionary and the INTERNET.
    Materials: some pictures of the environment, song and some exercises.


    The coursesTeachers actionsPupils actionsTime
    1Organizational momentGood morning my dear pupils! Good morning

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    2Warm up10
    3Presentation Speaking and writing

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    4Practice

    Reading and speaking




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    5Evaluation

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    6Home taskReview Goodbye 3


    Grade:10a,v Subject: English
    Date: 22/12/14
    The theme of the lesson: A composition about the advantages.
    Aims: to teach today’s lesson.
    Type of the lesson: Speaking, reading, writing.
    Content: to teach pupils to use a critical thinking in a group.
    Literature: The text-book, workbook, the dictionary and the INTERNET.
    Materials: some pictures of the environment, song and some exercises.
    The coursesTeachers actionsPupils actionsTime
    1Org. momentGood afternoon my dear pupils! Good afternoon!

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    2Warm upLet’s check your h/wa. 1b 2d 3c 4ab. 1c 2e 3d 4a 5bc. 1to snow, snowing 2seeing 3watching 4eating 5to buy 6going 7to tell 8to work, working.

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    3Presentation Speaking and writing

    Ex.9a These scientists all do something that causesproblems. Do you know any of them? What can you say about them?Frankenstein The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde The Hulk The story so far:Jean Pascal is a research scientist for a big company that makes chemicals to put in foods - additives. He has made a liquid that he calls WOW - ‘water of wanting’ - that you can add to drinks or food. Jean is in the office of his manager, Charles, to tell him about the liquid. 12
    4PracticeReading and speaking Ex.9bRead the extract and listen.Mark the sentences T (true), F (false) or N1 (no information).

    Check answers.1 F (It s harmless on its own.) 2 T 3 N1 4 T 5 T 6 F (He is referring to money.) 7 T 8 T

    1.The right amount of WOW in a drink makes people want more of the drink. □2.WOW could be used to make people buy more of anything, not just foodand drink.3.Jean says that WOW can bedangerous if too much of it is used.4.Too much WOW in a product will make people want to eat or drinkonly that product.5.Charles says he's going to makemillions of bottles of WOW.6.Jean thought that WOW could beused to help people with problems.7.Charles now thinks that using WOWwould be wrong-

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    5Evaluation Ex.9c Here are three things that could happen next in the story. Which one do you think is correct?Discussion boxWhat do you think Jean should do?Do you think it’s possible for something like WOW to be invented? Why (not)?

  • Charles kills Jean and starts to sell WOW, and he makes a lot of money.
  • Charles decides to make and sell WOW but doesn’t tell Jean.
  • Charles decides that WOW is too dangerous to sell, so Jean starts selling it secretly.


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    6Home taskWill be: Ex.5 a,b,c WBp45Goodbye2






















































    Grade 9v Date:10.01.17
    The theme of the lesson: A famous hurricane
    Type of the lesson: Speaking, reading, writing.
    Content: to teach pupils to use a critical thinking in a group.
    Literature: The text-book, workbook, the dictionary and the INTERNET.
    Materials: some pictures and some exercises.
    The coursesTeachers actionsPupils actionsTime
    1Org. momentGood afternoon my dear pupils! Good afternoon!



    2Warm up
  • The verb "be" indicates the verb tense
  • The past participle is the main verb. Subject + (was/were) + past participle


  • He's paid every other Friday. (present tense)She was paid last Friday. (past tense)A new house was  built across the street. (past simple tense)The movie will be shown at 10:00. (future tense)



    3Presentation Speaking and writing

    The Past Simple,Passive S + (was/were) +  past participle The Passive Voice is not easy when you first learn it. The key to understanding the passive voice comes when you practice changing a sentence from the active voice to the passive voice. There will be a lot of sentences to practice later in this lesson.



    4PracticeReading and speaking Students complete the sentences using the verb in brackets in the present or past passive form. Do the first question as an example if necessary and point out that time phrases often help them decide if the sentence is present or past. Ask students to check answers with a partner.1 was appreciated 2 were found3weren’t owned 4 were caused5were, interviewed 6 was known 7 was believed 8 were pollinated

    5Evaluation Circle the correct answer: a, b, c or d1b, 2d, 3a, 4d, 5b, 6a

    6Home taskWill be: Ex: 1,2Goodbye















































    Date: 25/12/14
    The theme of the lesson: Check your progress.
    Aims: to teach today’s lesson.
    Type of the lesson: Speaking, reading, writing.
    Content: to teach pupils to use a critical thinking in a group.
    Literature: The text-book, workbook, the dictionary and the INTERNET.
    Materials: some pictures of the environment, song and some exercises.
    The coursesTeachers actionsPupils actionsTime
    1Org. momentGood morning my dear pupils! Good morning!

    3
    2Warm up1 characters 2 graphics 3 strategy 4 getting5 imagination 6 popularity 7 to play 8 playing 9 to getgetting to get to play imaginationcharacters strategy entertainment graphics playing popularity

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    3Presentation Speaking and writing

    Choose the correct answers(Circle) the correct answer: a, b or c. Stephen Spielberg’s got such a fantastic….. a imagine b imaginity c imagination

    2b 3a 4c 5b 6a 7a 8a 9c

    2 I must rememberthe DVD back to the shop today.a taking b to take c take3 I like a computer game thatme, andmakes me think.a challenges b strategies c controls4 That teacher is well known for her. a kind b kindly c kindness 5 You should drinking too many fizzy drinks.They’re not good for you.a choose b avoid c afford 6 They don't feel like to the party tonight.a going b to going c to go 7 My parents don’t about anything.a agree b agreement c agreeing8 After walking six kilometres, they stopped …. a drink and a rest.a to have b having c have 9 I suggesteda cheaper phone, but hedidn’t listen.a buy b you to buy c buying

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    4PracticeReading and speaking Complete the sentences with nouns made from the underlined words.2 difference 3 popularity 4 protection5 creativity 6 punishment 7 enjoyment8 preparation 9 reaction

    He thinks it’s possible, but I don’t see any possibility of it happening.Are they different? I can't see any…. between them.So what if he’s popular! I don’t care about….Did you say you want me to protect you?Why do you need … ? 5 You’re so creative! I wish I had your …. .6 Please don’t punish me. I can’t stand …. .7 A: Did you enjoy the game? B: It wasn’t what I’d call8 I’ve been preparing for this all week.That’s enough …. .She reacted badly. In fact, I was really surprised at her …. .



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    5Evaluation Check your work

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    6Home taskWill be: reviewGoodbye2






















    Grade 10 Date 25/10/16 26/10/16




    Type of the lesson: Speaking, reading, writing.
    Content: to teach pupils to use a critical thinking in a group.
    Literature: The text-book, workbook, the dictionary and the INTERNET.
    Materials: some pictures of the environment, song and some exercises.
    The coursesTeachers actionsPupils actionsTime
    1Org. momentGood afternoon my dear pupils! Good afternoon!



    3
    2Warm upLet’s repeat the FUTURE PASSIVE RULE; We form the future passive withWill or won’t +be +the PAST PARTICIPLE



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    3Presentation Speaking and writing

    Look at the examples. In each sentence, who is the subject? Do we know who does the action?RULE: We often use causative haveWe need to have the situation evaluated.We haven’t had the kitchen decorated yet. Have you had your computer fixed?



    when we arrange for SOMEONE to do something for US(often as a service).


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    4PracticeReading and speaking Tom never does anything himself. Completethe sentences with the correct form ofcausative have.

    Make sentences that are true for you usinghave (something) done and the words fromthe box.

  • He never washes his car himself.
  • He always has it………. ..
  • He doesn’t cut the grass in his garden.
  • He
  • He never makes his own breakfast.
  • Hepierce ears dye hair shave head tattoo bodyLots of my friendsNone of my friendsMy parents wouldn’t allow metoI would love toI would hate toMy parents don’t want me to



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    5Evaluation Work in small groups. Share and discuss your sentences from Exercise 8d.1 Have you had your hair cut?2 Dad’s going to have a phone installed.3 They had the road closed.4 They had the people removed.5 Have you had your camera fixed?6 He’s having a garage built.



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    6Home taskWill be: Ex.7 a, b W.B p.39Goodbye 3


    Grade:10 g Subject: English
    Date: 23/12/14
    The theme of the lesson: Extra reading.
    Aims: to teach today’s lesson.
    Type of the lesson: Speaking, reading, writing.
    Content: to teach pupils to use a critical thinking in a group.
    Literature: The text-book, workbook, the dictionary and the INTERNET.
    Materials: some pictures of the environment, song and some exercises.
    The coursesTeachers actionsPupils actionsTime
    1Org. momentGood afternoon my dear pupils! Good afternoon!



    2Warm upWhere do wild tigers live? Why do you think they are in danger?



    3Presentation Speaking and writing

    Tigers can be dangerous, of course. But do we want to live in a world without these beautiful wild animals?

    4PracticeReading and speaking 1Why the tigers are in danger?2 Who or what is the first danger to animals? 3 How can we help to survive for animal?4 Do we need the tigers?

    This has happened for two reasons. Thereare more and more people in the world everyyear. Roads, villages, farms, towns and citiesnave been built almost everywhere. So thereare fewer wild places and large forests wheretigers can live and find food. The other reasonis hunting. Tigers have always been killed byhunters and farmers, but in the last 100 yearsguns have become common. So tigers have been killed easily.

    5Evaluation Read the text Then write Г (true), Ғ (false) or ?(The text doesn’t say).1In the last 100 years, 97% of the world’s tiger population has gone.2Hunters with guns are the biggest problem for tigers.3There used to be wild tigers in Kazakhstan.4The government plans to bring tigers to the north of Kazakhstan.5 It will be a few years before the protected area is ready.6 Some other countries have similar plans.

    6Home taskWill be: the taskGoodbye



























    Grade:10 Subject: English
    Date: 25/10/16 26/10/16.
    The theme of the lesson:Fiction in mind
    Aims: to read and discus the text.
    Type of the lesson: Speaking, reading, writing.
    Content: to teach pupils to use a critical thinking in a group.
    Literature: The text-book, workbook, the dictionary and the INTERNET.
    Materials: some pictures of the environment, song and some exercises.
    The coursesTeachers actionsPupils actionsTime
    1Org. momentGood afternoon my dear pupils! Good afternoon!



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    2Warm upUse the words in the box to describe your favourite game.puzzles to solve realistic graphics sound strategy characters man oeuvres

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    3Presentation Speaking and writing

    Ex. 4a Do you or your friends play any of the games in the pictures? How much time do you spend each week playing computer games?













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    4PracticeReading and speaking Ex.4c Listen to Sarah talking about her favourite game. Answer the questions.



    Ex. 4d Listen again and complete the summary.

    Ex.5a (Circle) the incorrect word in thesesentences from Exercise 4. Which one is the noun?Ex.5b Look at these common ways of making nouns from verbs and adjectives:-ation -ion -ness -ment -ence -ity
    1. Is her favourite game new or old?2. What school subject is she studying because of the game?3. What does the main character (the Prince) need to do to win the game?





    1. The story is a bit different / difference from the film.2. I wanted to see what the different/ difference was.enjoy -> enjoymentdifferent differencepossible possibility



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    5Evaluation Make nouns from these verbs and adjectives.agree agreementprefer preferencereact reactionentertain entertainmentprepare preparationpopular popularityrelax relaxation



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    6Home taskWill be: Complete the sentences with nouns fromExercise 5b.Goodbye 3




































    Grade:10 g Subject: English
    Date: 14/01/15.
    The theme of the lesson: Do you play computer games?
    Aims: to read and discus the text.
    Type of the lesson: Speaking, reading, writing.
    Content: to teach pupils to use a critical thinking in a group.
    Literature: The text-book, workbook, the dictionary and the INTERNET.
    Materials: some pictures of the environment, song and some exercises.
    The coursesTeachers actionsPupils actionsTime
    1Org. momentGood afternoon my dear pupils! Good afternoon!



    3
    2Warm upUse the words in the box to describe your favourite game.puzzles to solve realistic graphics sound strategy characters man oeuvres

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    3Presentation Speaking and writing

    Ex. 4a Do you or your friends play any of the games in the pictures? How much time do you spend each week playing computer games?













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    4PracticeReading and speaking Ex.4c Listen to Sarah talking about her favourite game. Answer the questions.



    Ex. 4d Listen again and complete the summary.

    Ex.5a (Circle) the incorrect word in thesesentences from Exercise 4. Which one is the noun?Ex.5b Look at these common ways of making nouns from verbs and adjectives:-ation -ion -ness -ment -ence -ity
    1. Is her favourite game new or old?2. What school subject is she studying because of the game?3. What does the main character (the Prince) need to do to win the game?





    1. The story is a bit different / difference from the film.2. I wanted to see what the different/ difference was.enjoy -> enjoymentdifferent differencepossible possibility



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    5Evaluation Make nouns from these verbs and adjectives.agree agreementprefer preferencereact reactionentertain entertainmentprepare preparationpopular popularityrelax relaxation



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    6Home taskWill be: Complete the sentences with nouns fromExercise 5b.Goodbye 3




































    Grade:10a,v Subject: English
    Date: 19/12/14
    The theme of the lesson: Fiction in mind.
    Aims: to teach today’s lesson.
    Type of the lesson: Speaking, reading, writing.
    Content: to teach pupils to use a critical thinking in a group.
    Literature: The text-book, workbook, the dictionary and the INTERNET.
    Materials: some pictures of the environment, song and some exercises.
    The coursesTeachers actionsPupils actionsTime
    1Org. momentGood afternoon my dear pupils! Good afternoon!

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    2Warm upI want to check your homework.1 relaxation 2 popularity3 preparation4 agreement5 reaction6 entertainment 5
    3Presentation Speaking and writing

    Ex.7a Look at the sentences from Exercise 4, then read and complete the rule with different or no difference.I love to look at the amazing background graphics.I love solving the interesting puzzles.I remember playing it when it came out in 2003.You have to remember to jump at theright time.Rule :The verb love can be followed by agerund or infinitive, withinmeaning. The verbs like, hate, prefer, begin and start follow the same rule as love.The verb remember can also be followed by a gerund or infinitive - but the meaning is__I remember paying (= I paid and now I remember that.)You have to remember to jump (= you have to remember and then you jump.)The verb stop also changes its meaning, e.g. I stopped eating chocolate six months ago. (= I ate chocolate until six months ago but then I stopped.)I was in town shopping, and I stopped to eat a sandwich. (= I stopped and then I ate a sandwich.)

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    4PracticeReading and speaking Ex.7b Circle)the correct words in the sentences.1 meeting2 to give3 making4 to buyI remember to meet / meeting Assel at a party a few months ago.Don’t worry - I’ll remember to give / giving you the book back.Please stop to make / making so much noise! I want to go to sleep!It was really hot in the car, so we stopped to buy / buying some ice creams.

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    5Evaluation Ex.7c Complete the sentences with the correctform of the verbs in brackets. There may bemore than one correct answer.

    I loveplaying(play) games on myPC when I get home from school.He’s a nice guy, but he neverstops (talk) about football!Did you remember .(email)your sister?Have you started (read)your new Twilight book yet?Do you prefer(watch)horror films or comedies?I don’t remember(rent)thisDVD before. Are you sure we’ve seen it?I really hate(do) homeworkwhen it’s sunny outside.I’m really hungry Canwestop(get) a sandwich?



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    6Home taskWill be: W.B ex.4 p44Goodbye 2






















    Grade:10 Subject: English
    Date: 27/10/16 28/10/16
    The theme of the lesson: Skills in mind
    Aims: to teach today’s lesson.
    Type of the lesson: Speaking, reading, writing.
    Content: to teach pupils to use a critical thinking in a group.
    Literature: The text-book, workbook, the dictionary and the INTERNET.
    Materials: some pictures of the environment, song and some exercises.
    The coursesTeachers actionsPupils actionsTime
    1Org. momentGood afternoon my dear pupils! Good afternoon!

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    2Warm upIn pairs or small groups, students choose one of the stories and discuss what could happen next.



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    3Presentation Speaking and writing

    RULE: The verbs enjoy, (don’t) mind, (can’t) stand, imagine, feet like, suggest, practise, miss and avoid are all followed by to + infinitive / a gerund.The verbs hope, promise, learn, expect, decide, afford, offer, choose and want are followed by to + infinitive / a gerund.A Look at the sentences from the texts on page 54. The missing verbs are followed by a verb in the -ing form (a gerund). Complete the sentences with the correct forms of the verbs. Answers1 can’t stand living 2 avoid seeing 3 enjoys livingAnswersa gerund; to + infinitive

















    Jane _____ living with her evil aunt.Why does the Count seeingJonathan during the day? Bilbo Baggins living anordinary life



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    4PracticeReading and speaking B The missing verbs in these sentences are followed by to + infinitive. Complete the sentences with the correct forms of the verbs. Use the texts on page 54 to help you.Answers



    D Complete the text with the correct form of the verbsin the box.
    Jane to leave the school. Count Dracula ..to buy ahouse in England. Jack to kill the beast.Gollumto free Bilbo if hecan solve a riddle.1 decides to 2 wants to 3 promises to 4 offers to

    2 going 3 seeing 4 crossing 5 shouting 6 hearing 7 having 8 singing


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    5Evaluation E Complete the sentences with the correct form of a verb from box A and a verb from box B. Make any necessary changes to the verb tenses.Answers

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    6Home taskWill be: Ex.1 w.b. p42Goodbye 2




























    Grade:10th Subject: English
    Date:12 /12/14
    The theme of the lesson: Good & Evil.
    Aims: to teach today’s lesson.
    Type of the lesson: Speaking, reading, writing.
    Content: to teach pupils to use a critical thinking in a group.
    Literature: The text-book, workbook, the dictionary and the INTERNET.
    Materials: some pictures of the environment, song and some exercises.
    The coursesTeachers actionsPupils actionsTime
    1Org. momentGood afternoon my dear pupils! Good afternoon!



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    2Warm up1 Do you know ….. ?2 Have you read ….?3 Have you seen … ?







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    3Presentation Speaking and writing

    Ex.1 Read the texts quickly and match them with the pictures. Which story would you read first?

    1 JANE EYREby Charlotte Bronte

    2 Draculaby Bram Stoker



    3 LORD OF THEFLIES by William Golding



    4 THE HOBBITBy J.R.R. Tolkien





    Answers: 1d, 2b, 3a, 4c.











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    4PracticeReading and speaking Read the texts again and listen. Answer the questions. There may be more than one possible answer. Answer1 a Jack b Bilbo Baggins c Bilbo Baggins, Jane Eyre, Jonathan Harker d Bilbo Baggins2 Student’s own answers
  • Who:
  • a becomes an animal hunter? b goes on a treasure hunt? c is a prisoner? d escapes?
  • What do you think:
  • a Mr. Rochester’s secret is? b the mysterious ‘wolf’ is? c happens to Jack and Ralph? d happens to Gollum’s ring?



    5Evaluation Discussion boxChoose one of the stories and ; make suggestions about what j you think happens next.



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    6Home taskWill be: To learn by heart the active words. To read the task. Goodbye3
























    Grade:9 Subject: English
    Date:19/11/16
    The theme of the lesson:Email about a holiday
    Aims: to teach today’s lesson.
    Type of the lesson: Speaking, reading, writing.
    Content: to teach pupils to use a critical thinking in a group.
    Literature: The text-book, workbook, the dictionary and the INTERNET.
    Materials: some pictures of the environment, song and some exercises.
    The coursesTeachers actionsPupils actionsTime
    1Org. momentGood afternoon my dear pupils! Good afternoon!



    2Warm upvocabulary



    3Presentation Speaking and writing

    Complete the sentences fromExercise 3 with the correct form of makeor do. Then listen again and check.1 Thanks for making the effort to come to tonight’s meeting.2 That will a mess of our beautiful park.3 The Games will lots of moneys4 Temporary jobs won’t much of a difference anyway.5 I’m not here to trouble.6 Let’sour best to stop the plans right now!7 There’s no way I want to fun of anything that’s been said so far.8 The centre will actually some good.9 We should allthe right thing.10 You know it sense.

    4PracticeReading and speaking E Put the phrases in the correct column.What other examples can you think of?











    Ex.5 Complete the sentences with the phrases in the box. Then complete the rule.have you been toldhaven’t been given have been sent

    1 I…..here by the localcampaign committee2 You……a clear picture.3 ….. about the plans fornew gardens all around the centre?



    5Evaluation Complete the sentences with the correctform of the verbs in brackets. Use thepresent perfect passive and past simplepassive.

    1 Town plannerswere criticised(criticise) last week for not listening to the wishes of local people.2 In 2011, the Asian Winter Games(hold) here for the first time.3 Do you know how many new hotels(build) here since the 1970s?4 A lot of money(make) from the building of the new airport runway.5 Members of the planning committee(ask) some difficultquestions at the meeting last week.6 many wild birds(see) here since they redeveloped the area?7 The event(organise)extremely well and everything went off without any problems.8 The centre(notvisit) by as many people as we expected.

    6Home taskWill be: w. b Ex:4,5 p.37-38Goodbye























    Grade:10th Subject: English
    Date: 06/12/14
    The theme of the lesson: Making Waves.
    SMART AIM: To teach today’s lesson.
    Type of the lesson: Speaking, reading, writing.
    Content: to teach pupils to use a critical thinking in a group.
    Literature: The text-book, workbook, the dictionary and the INTERNET.
    Materials: some pictures of the environment, song and some exercises.
    The coursesTeachers actionsPupils actionsTime
    1Org. momentGood afternoon my dear pupils! Good afternoon!



    2Warm upEx.11 Work in pairs. Take two minutes to prepare a short role play. Try to use some of the expressions from Exercise 11a. Do not write the text, just agree on your ideas for a short scene. Then act it out.

    Roles: Tom and Amy Situation: At school, in the radio station studio Basic idea: Tom promised to get an interview ready for today, but he hasn’t done it.



    3Presentation Speaking and writing

    Ex.12 1.What do you think these people are protesting about?2. Do you think protests like this work? Why/Why not?3Have you ever been on a protest?Discuss the questions in your group.



    4PracticeReading and speaking Ex.12b Complete the news report with the words in the box.1 protesters-протестант2 activist-белсенді3 confronted-қарсы тұру4 cut down –отау, қырқу5 removed- құрту, жоғалту6 playground-ойын алаңыconfronted cut down removed protesters playground activistOn Thursday protesters led by local2Linda Crane,
  • . contractors sent to
  • .__ trees in Fairbank
  • Fields. Other residents want thetrees to be 5to makeway for the new 6


    5Evaluation Watch Episode 2. Does the protest work?





    6Home taskWill be: Ex.13a,b,c p.52Goodbye

















































    Class:10 th Subject: English
    Date:15/11/14
    The theme of the lesson: Unit 6 Modal Verbs of obligation prohibition and permission.
    Aims: to teach today’s lesson.
    Type of the lesson: Speaking, reading, writing.
    Content: to teach pupils to use a critical thinking in a group.
    Literature: The text-book, workbook, the dictionary and the INTERNET.
    Materials: some pictures of the environment, song and some exercises.
    The coursesTeachers actionsPupils actionsTime
    1Org. momentGood morning my dear pupils! Good morning!

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    2Warm upModal verbs of obligation, prohibition and permissionLook at these examples from the radio show in Exercise 6b.Match the words in bold with their meaning.



    They think you don’t have to have a reason.They think they can do anything they want.Teenagers mustn’t think that becoming famous is easy. You have to practise a lot.1 something is allowed2 it is very important not to do something3 something isn’t necessary4 something is necessary



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    3Presentation Speaking and writing

    b Match the sentences with the pictures. Write 1-6 in the boxes. 1You can wash your hands in there.2You have to turn off your phone in here.3Great! We don’t have to pay.4Sorry, you can’t go on this ride.5You mustn’t leave your seat yet.6You must be over 18 to get in.









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    4PracticeReading and speaking C Complete the sentences with a modal verb.



    1Hurry up - wemustn’tbe late!2 Listen everybody - youfinishyour project by next week. No excuses!3Your computer’s broken? Don’t worry - you use mine.4It’s Alina’s birthday on Friday - I remember to buy a present for her.5It’s Alina’s birthday on Friday - I remember to buy a present for her.6If you got all of this exercise correct, you……do the homework - you can relax instead.












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    5Evaluation Look at these sentences from the radio show in Exercise 6b. What do fantastic, huge and awful mean?I'm an absolutely fantastic singer!Britney Spears is a huge star, right?I’d hate that - it must be really awful.





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    Grade:9 Subject: English
    Date: 15/10/16 18/10/16
    The theme of the lesson: Life in the Future
    Aims: to teach today’s lesson.
    Type of the lesson: Speaking, reading, writing.
    Content: to teach pupils to use a critical thinking in a group.
    Literature: The text-book, workbook, the dictionary and the INTERNET.
    Materials: some pictures of the environment, song and some exercises.
    The coursesTeachers actionsPupils actionsTime
    1Org. momentGood afternoon my dear pupils! Good afternoon!



    2Warm upComplete the sentences with the verbs in the box.won’t be damagedwill be destroyed will be lost

  • The area which is home to the swans
  • and ducks.
  • Huge play areas
  • forever
  • As for the birds, their habitat
  • at all.


    3Presentation Speaking and writing

    Form actions:       will be + V3Character action:  будет совершаться в будущем,  неопределенно длительно.The roads will be covered with snow next winter. to wearI will  be wornhe will  be wornshe will  be wornit will  be wornwe will  be wornyou will  be wornthey will  be worn

    4PracticeReading and speaking Jane will buy a new computer. - A new computer will be bought by Jane.Her boyfriend will install it. - It will be installed by her boyfriend.Millions of people will visit the museum. - The museum will be visited by millions of people.Our boss will sign the contract. - The contract will be signed by our boss.You will not do it. - It will not be done by you.They will not show the new film. - The new film will not be shown by them.He won't see Sue. - Sue will not be seen by him.They will not ask him. - He will not be asked by them.Will the company employ a new worker? - Will a new worker be employed by the company?Will the plumber repair the shower? - Will the shower be repaired by the plumber?

    Jane will buy a new computer. Her boyfriend will install it. Millions of people will visit the museum. Our boss will sign the contract. You will not do it. They will not show the new film. He won't see Sue. They will not ask him. Will the company employ a new worker? Will the plumber repair the shower? - 

    5Evaluation

    1will be built2Will be held3won’t announced4will be chosen5will be made
    The town council has announced that a newsports centre1;(build)over the next five years.A competition2(hold)for the design of the sports centre, but the name of the competition winner3(not announce) untilthe end of next year. The site for the newbuilding4(choose)next month. After that, the decision about which company will actually build the sportscentre 5_(make) by thetown council.

    6Home taskWill be: Ex.6p 49Goodbye

































    Grade:10th Subject: English
    Date: 11/12/14
    The theme of the lesson: Review. Module 5-6.
    Aims: to teach today’s lesson.
    Type of the lesson: Speaking, reading, writing.
    Content: to teach pupils to use a critical thinking in a group.
    Literature: The text-book, workbook, the dictionary and the INTERNET.
    Materials: some pictures of the environment, song and some exercises.
    The coursesTeachers actionsPupils actionsTime
    1Org. momentGood afternoon my dear pupils! Good afternoon!



    3
    2Warm upWe’ll write the test units 5and 6.Try to work hard.

    2
    3Presentation Speaking and writing

    a Complete the sentences. Use modal verbs of permission, obligation and prohibition.2 mustn’t 3 can’t 4 Do... have to5 don’t have to



    b Complete the paragraph. Use the correct form of the past simple passive or the present perfect passive.

    [b] 2 were used 3 were sent 4have been received5haven’t been understood

  • My teacher caught me sleeping in class and I ...had to.... stay behind after class.
  • It’s a really big secret, OK? You
  • tell anyone.
  • I....... come to your party. Mum
  • says I’m not allowed to.
  • youwear a
  • uniform to school?
  • I’m not completely stupid, you know.
  • You ..explaineverythingtome!The radio1 .was jnyented. (invent) at the beginning of the 20th century. In the FirstWorld War, radios 2(use) tocommunicate with soldiers. Since the 1960s,many radio signals 3__(send) intoouter space. So far, no answers4(receive) from other planets. It’s possible that the signals have arrived on otherplanets, but the messages 5. (notunderstand).^~

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    4PracticeReading and speaking C Complete the paragraph. Use the correct future passive form of the verbs in the box.1will be sent 2 will be brought3will be examined4 won’t be answered





    2Mr Hart has his hair cut every month.3I have had my laptop repaired.4We’re having cable TV installed tomorrow
    send examine not answerexplore bring findThe planet Mars will be explored during the next few years. Special robot vehicles2to investigate the planet’ssurface. It is possible that rocks and dustfrom Mars 3back to Earth whenthe vehicles return. These rocks4 _to find out if it is possible to live on Mars. The questions about the Red Planet sfor a very long time.d Rewrite the sentences, using the correct form of causative have.1 Someone repaired my bike for me last week. I_had_my_bjke_repaired last week...2 Someone cuts Mr Hart’s hair every month.Mr Hart3 Someone has repaired my laptop. I4 Someone is going to install cable TV for us tomorrow. We’re …...8



















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    5Evaluation a 2 tiny 3 freezing 4 fascinating 5 hilariousexhausted[b] 2 made 3 did 4 feel 5 do 6 makes





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    Grade 9 Date: 22/10/16 25/10/16
    The theme of the lesson: Water as a natural resource
    Aims: to teach today’s lesson.
    Type of the lesson: Speaking, reading, writing.
    Content: to teach pupils to use a critical thinking in a group.
    Literature: The text-book, workbook, the dictionary and the INTERNET.
    Materials: some pictures of the environment, song and some exercises.
    The coursesTeachers actionsPupils actionsTime
    1Org. momentGood morning my dear pupils! Good morning!

    3
    2Warm up1 characters 2 graphics 3 strategy 4 getting5 imagination 6 popularity 7 to play 8 playing 9 to getgetting to get to play imaginationcharacters strategy entertainment graphics playing popularity

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    3Presentation Speaking and writing

    Choose the correct answers(Circle) the correct answer: a, b or c. Stephen Spielberg’s got such a fantastic….. a imagine b imaginity c imagination

    2b 3a 4c 5b 6a 7a 8a 9c

    2 I must rememberthe DVD back to the shop today.a taking b to take c take3 I like a computer game thatme, andmakes me think.a challenges b strategies c controls4 That teacher is well known for her. a kind b kindly c kindness 5 You should drinking too many fizzy drinks.They’re not good for you.a choose b avoid c afford 6 They don't feel like to the party tonight.a going b to going c to go 7 My parents don’t about anything.a agree b agreement c agreeing8 After walking six kilometres, they stopped …. a drink and a rest.a to have b having c have 9 I suggesteda cheaper phone, but hedidn’t listen.a buy b you to buy c buying

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    4PracticeReading and speaking Complete the sentences with nouns made from the underlined words.2 difference 3 popularity 4 protection5 creativity 6 punishment 7 enjoyment8 preparation 9 reaction

    He thinks it’s possible, but I don’t see any possibility of it happening.Are they different? I can't see any…. between them.So what if he’s popular! I don’t care about….Did you say you want me to protect you?Why do you need … ? 5 You’re so creative! I wish I had your …. .6 Please don’t punish me. I can’t stand …. .7 A: Did you enjoy the game? B: It wasn’t what I’d call8 I’ve been preparing for this all week.That’s enough …. .She reacted badly. In fact, I was really surprised at her …. .



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    5Evaluation Check your work

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    6Home taskWill be:Goodbye2




























    Date:21/11/14
    The theme of the lesson: Unit 5 Social networks.
    Aims: to teach today’s lesson.
    Type of the lesson: Speaking, reading, writing.
    Content: to teach pupils to use a critical thinking in a group.
    Literature: The text-book, workbook, the dictionary and the INTERNET.
    Materials: some pictures of the environment, song and some exercises.
    The coursesTeachers actionsPupils actionsTime
    1Org. momentGood afternoon my dear pupils! Good afternoon!

    3
    2Warm upRead and speakreally good / really great / really hot / really boiling /very good / very great very hot / very boiling

    4
    3Presentation Speaking and writing

    The websites in the photos are all social networking websites. These are just a few of the most popular ones. There are hundreds of social networking sites in existence today, and new ones are springing up all the time.Books open. Students look at the websites in the photos and answer the questions. Invite some students to explain their answers in open class.



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    4PracticeReading and speaking Making new friendsWe talk about meeting people, but making friends.I met lots of interesting people.I’m sure you’ll make new friends.Not you’ll meet/find new friends.If you know someone, they are already your friend.I’ve known Sonya for about four years.But you get to know a new friend.I got to know a lot of new people.Not I knew I lot of new people. Underline the best verb or verb phrase.

  • I’ve known / met Akyl since we were little kids.
  • At the camp, they knew / met people from lots of different countries.
  • He’ll soon make / do friends with some of his new classmates.
  • On holiday, we knew / got to know a couple of lads from Holland.
  • When you move to a new area, it can be difficult to meet / make friends.
  • Joining a club is a good way to meet / know new people.








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    5Evaluation Where do you hang out with your friends?What do you do at the weekend?How often do you use a computer? What do you use it for?Do you Ijsten to music? What country/countries does the music you listen to come from?Until what time do your parents let you stay up? Do your parents make you stay at home at the weekend to do homework?





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    Grade:10a,v Subject: English
    Date: 20 /12/14
    The theme of the lesson: The water of wanting.
    Aims: to teach today’s lesson.
    Type of the lesson: Speaking, reading, writing.
    Content: to teach pupils to use a critical thinking in a group.
    Literature: The text-book, workbook, the dictionary and the INTERNET.
    Materials: some pictures of the environment, song and some exercises.
    The coursesTeachers actionsPupils actionsTime
    1Org. momentGood afternoon my dear pupils! Good afternoon!

    3
    2Warm upLet’s check your h/wa. 1b 2d 3c 4ab. 1c 2e 3d 4a 5bc. 1to snow, snowing 2seeing 3watching 4eating 5to buy 6going 7to tell 8to work, working.

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    3Presentation Speaking and writing

    Ex.9a These scientists all do something that causesproblems. Do you know any of them? What can you say about them?Frankenstein The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde The Hulk The story so far:Jean Pascal is a research scientist for a big company that makes chemicals to put in foods - additives. He has made a liquid that he calls WOW - ‘water of wanting’ - that you can add to drinks or food. Jean is in the office of his manager, Charles, to tell him about the liquid. 12
    4PracticeReading and speaking Ex.9bRead the extract and listen.Mark the sentences T (true), F (false) or N1 (no information).

    Check answers.1 F (It s harmless on its own.) 2 T 3 N1 4 T 5 T 6 F (He is referring to money.) 7 T 8 T

    1.The right amount of WOW in a drink makes people want more of the drink. □2.WOW could be used to make people buy more of anything, not just foodand drink.3.Jean says that WOW can bedangerous if too much of it is used.4.Too much WOW in a product will make people want to eat or drinkonly that product.5.Charles says he's going to makemillions of bottles of WOW.6.Jean thought that WOW could beused to help people with problems.7.Charles now thinks that using WOWwould be wrong-

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    5Evaluation Ex.9c Here are three things that could happen next in the story. Which one do you think is correct?Discussion boxWhat do you think Jean should do?Do you think it’s possible for something like WOW to be invented? Why (not)?

  • Charles kills Jean and starts to sell WOW, and he makes a lot of money.
  • Charles decides to make and sell WOW but doesn’t tell Jean.
  • Charles decides that WOW is too dangerous to sell, so Jean starts selling it secretly.


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    Class:10th Subject: English
    Date: 20 /11/14
    The theme of the lesson: Unit 5 Culture in mind.
    Aims: to teach today’s lesson.
    Type of the lesson: Speaking, reading, writing.
    Content: to teach pupils to use a critical thinking in a group.
    Literature: The text-book, workbook, the dictionary and the INTERNET.
    Materials: some pictures of the environment, song and some exercises.
    The coursesTeachers actionsPupils actionsTime
    1Org. momentGood morningmy dear pupils! Good morning!



    2Warm upBACKGROUND INFORMATIONThe websites in the photos are all social networking websites. These are just a few of the most popular ones. There are hundreds of social networking sites in existence today, and new ones are springing up all the time. Basically, their purpose is to allow users to 'interact' over the internet, with the aim of building social relations among people who share common interests and/or activities.Ex10 a Look at the websites on this page. Do you use any of them? Why are they so popular? What are the problems of using these sites?











    3Presentation Speaking and writing

    TV is so 20th century! More and more young people are using online social networks like mySpace and facebook, popular in many different countries. But they’re not the only ones. People love ... friendster In Indonesia and Malaysia, orkut in Brazil, Japan and India, vkontakte in Russia, skyrock in France, 51.com in China, perfspot in Iran, cyworld in South Korea, bebo in Ireland and New Zealand, badoo in Uruguay.

    Books open. Students look at the websites in the photos and answer the questions. Invite some students to explain their answers in open class.



    4PracticeReading and speaking Look at the pictures.What are the people saying? Complete the sentences.



    5Evaluation Tell students they are going to read about a website which originated in the United States. Students read the text and see how many of their ideas from Exercise 10b are mentioned. There is a fair amount of difficult vocabulary in the text, but encourage students to work without help from you or a dictionary at this stage. After feedback, you may want to read through the text again with students, pausing to check their comprehension of difficult words.



    6Home taskWill be: Ex 5a,b p-32Goodbye





    Class: 10th Subject: English
    Date:14/11/14
    The theme of the lesson: Unit 5 Ever fancied being on TV?
    Aims: to teach today’s lesson.
    Type of the lesson: Speaking, reading, writing.
    Content: to teach pupils to use a critical thinking in a group.
    Literature: The text-book, workbook, the dictionary and the INTERNET.
    Materials: some pictures of the environment, song and some exercises.
    The coursesTeachers actionsPupils actionsTime
    1Org. momentGood morning my dear pupils! Good morning!

    3
    2Warm upI want to begin this lesson from these words.doing housework times you can come home homework watching TV friends visiting you listening to music in your room using the phone eating at the table with your family.4
    3Presentation Speaking and writing

    Who Wants To Be A Millionaire?: This show is now made and broadcast in over 60 countries around the world. It is a simple quiz show where contestants answer multiple-choice questions in order to win money. The top prize in Britain is £1,000,000.Soaps: In Britain soaps run for many years. The two most popular soaps are Coronation Street, started in 1960, and EastEnders, started in 1985. Both soaps have been broadcast every week since that time.Friends: This sitcom started in 1994 and lasted for 10 years. It was about a group of friends living in New York. The programme was very successful and the actors who appeared in it have also become famous film stars.

























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    4PracticeReading and speaking Explain that students will hear an interview on a radio show about fame. Read through the questions and ask students to work together with a partner and try to predict the answers that will be given.Students listen to the interview and check their answers to Exercise 6a. Tell students to take brief notes. Play the recording again to check answers, pausing as necessary for clarification.TAPESCRIPTAnswersMore than 50%.
  • I don't care. I just want to be famous.
  • Because it’s not important. Too many people are famous for doing nothing.
  • Yes


  • Presenter: We're discussing fame today on The Talk Spot, and let’s hear right away from our guests - Chris Taylor, who has written a book on teenagers and fame, and Heather and Jake, who go to different schools in London. We’ll start with you, Heather. How about it? Do you want to be famous?Heather: Of course! I want to be a superstar. I’m an absolutely fantastic singer! No, seriously, I mean, who would not want to be famous if they had the chance?





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    5Evaluation Work in pairs. Ask and answer questions about the rules you have at home. Talk about:



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    Grade 9
    Date:27/10/16
    The theme of the lesson: Control work
    Aims: to teach today’s lesson.
    Type of the lesson: Speaking, reading, writing.
    Content: to teach pupils to use a critical thinking in a group.
    Literature: The text-book, workbook, the dictionary and the INTERNET.
    Materials: some pictures of the environment, song and some exercises.
    The coursesTeachers actionsPupils actionsTime
    1Org. momentGood morning my dear pupils! Good morning!

    2Warm upEx1a What do you watch on TV, and what do you watch on a PC?Ex1 b What are the most popular reality TV shows in your country? What kind of things do people do on these shows?Ex1c Read the text quickly. Are any of your ideas mentioned?Ex1d Read the text again and listen. Answer the questions.

    Sports, discovery channel, the wild nature.

    1Which of these are not mentioned as prizes?a money b a big housec a theatre roled a jobe a restaurant2According to the text, which of these activities do participants in The Amazing Race not do?a take flightsb do puzzles c control animals d work in teams e dance3Which of these is not a reason for the popularity of The Amazing Race, according to the text?


    3Presentation Speaking and writing

    Ex.2 it make/let/be allowed toLook at the text on page 40 and complete the sentences.1let people watch 2 are allowed to decide3are not allowed to ask for 4 makes us keepEx.2b Circle the correct option to complete the rule.

    You could just…..you live in a big house.The pairs…………how to get to their destinations.They …………….help or use mobilephones.So what …………watching?We use be allowed to to talk about obligation / permission .We use not be allowed to to talk about prohibition / obligation.We use let to talk about obligation / permission.We use make to talk about obligation / permission.

    4PracticeReading and speaking Ex.2cComplete the sentences with the correct form of make, let or be allowed to.1 are, allowed to 2 Do, make 3 let 4 make 5 Are, allowed to 6 am allowed to



  • At school, wearenot
  • allowed totake our mobilephonesinto the classroom.
  • your teachers
  • you study hard?
  • I neverpeople use
  • my things without asking me first.
  • When I lend things to my brother, I
  • always him promiseto look after them!
  • you
  • use your mum’s car?
  • Igo to bed later at
  • the weekend.
  • Zulfiya’s bought a new CD, and
  • yesterday she__ meborrow it
  • Last Saturday, my parents
  • me go shoppingwith them - it was really boring!



    5Evaluation Work in pairs. Ask and answer questions about the rules you have at home. Talk about:doing housework times you can come home homework watching TV friends visiting you listening to music in your room using the phone eating at the table with your family.

    6Home taskWill be: Ex.4 p41 Goodbye















    Class:10th Subject: English
    Date: 20 /11/14
    The theme of the lesson: Unit 5 Culture in mind.
    Aims: to teach today’s lesson.
    Type of the lesson: Speaking, reading, writing.
    Content: to teach pupils to use a critical thinking in a group.
    Literature: The text-book, workbook, the dictionary and the INTERNET.
    Materials: some pictures of the environment, song and some exercises.
    The coursesTeachers actionsPupils actionsTime
    1Org. momentGood morningmy dear pupils! Good morning!



    2Warm upBACKGROUND INFORMATIONThe websites in the photos are all social networking websites. These are just a few of the most popular ones. There are hundreds of social networking sites in existence today, and new ones are springing up all the time. Basically, their purpose is to allow users to 'interact' over the internet, with the aim of building social relations among people who share common interests and/or activities.Ex10 a Look at the websites on this page. Do you use any of them? Why are they so popular? What are the problems of using these sites?











    3Presentation Speaking and writing

    TV is so 20th century! More and more young people are using online social networks like mySpace and facebook, popular in many different countries. But they’re not the only ones. People love ... friendster In Indonesia and Malaysia, orkut in Brazil, Japan and India, vkontakte in Russia, skyrock in France, 51.com in China, perfspot in Iran, cyworld in South Korea, bebo in Ireland and New Zealand, badoo in Uruguay.

    Books open. Students look at the websites in the photos and answer the questions. Invite some students to explain their answers in open class.



    4PracticeReading and speaking Look at the pictures.What are the people saying? Complete the sentences.



    5Evaluation Tell students they are going to read about a website which originated in the United States. Students read the text and see how many of their ideas from Exercise 10b are mentioned. There is a fair amount of difficult vocabulary in the text, but encourage students to work without help from you or a dictionary at this stage. After feedback, you may want to read through the text again with students, pausing to check their comprehension of difficult words.



    6Home taskWill be: Ex 5a,b p-32Goodbye





    Grade:9 Subject: English
    Date:29/10/16
    The theme of the lesson: Revision
    Smart Aims: to teach today’s lesson.
    Type of the lesson: Speaking, reading, writing.
    Content: to teach pupils to use a critical thinking in a group.
    Literature: The text-book, workbook, the dictionary and the INTERNET.
    Materials: some pictures of the environment, song and some exercises.
    The coursesTeachers actionsPupils actionsTime
    1Org. momentGood morning my dear pupils!Good morning!

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    2Warm upLet’s complete our vocabulary.
  • burglary4 shoplifting
  • joyriding5 pick-pocketing
  • arson6 vandalism
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    Ex.5aMatch the words with the pictures. Then listen, check and repeat.1-a burglary2-f joyriding 3-c arson4-e shoplifting5-d pick-pocketing6-b vandalism



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    Ex.6a Complete the text using the correct form of the verbs in the box.break do (x2) commit (x2) pay get (x3) send put













  • get
  • doing
  • committing
  • breaks
  • gets
  • gets
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    Who do you usually get in trouble with and why?What small things do people do every day that are actually breaking the law, for example, dropping litter?What punishments do you think are best for young offenders?6
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    Grade:10 g Subject: English
    Date: 12/10/16 11/10/16 Grade 10
    The theme of the lesson: What friend are for
    Smart Aims: to learn an English song.
    Type of the lesson: Speaking, reading, writing.
    Content: to teach pupils to use a critical thinking in a group.
    Literature: The text-book, workbook, the dictionary and the INTERNET.
    Materials: some pictures of the environment, song and some exercises.
    The coursesTeachers actionsPupils actionsTime
    1Org. momentGood morning my dear pupils!Good morning!3
    2Warm up1) Who do you usually get in trouble with and why?2) What small things do people do every day that are actually breaking the law, for example, dropping litter?3) What punishments do you think are best for young offenders

  • Students’ own answers.
  • Possible answers.
  • Students’ own answers.




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    GrammarI wish / If only[a] Look at these examples from theradio show in Exercise 5b.I wish I could turn the clock back.If only I had the same things as otherkids.These sentences have similar meanings.I wish / If only I could dance as wellas you means I would like to dance aswell as you.I wish/ If only I danced as well as you means I can’t dance as well as you and I regret this.In the first sentence, does the person think they can change what happened in the past? No In the second sentence, does the speaker have the same things as other kids? No What tense is used after I wish and If only? Past simple



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    4PracticeReading and speaking Ex.7 b 1 Complete the sentences using the correct form of the verbs in the box.be (x2) not have know play understand If only Iunderstood| could understand Maths.







    Ex.8a Work with a partner. Look at the photograph and write five thoughts the person in the photo might have. Start with I wish... or If only...
    2 If only I was| could be asintelligent as Tom Jacobs.3 I wish I, didn’t have so much homework tonight.4 If only I knewhow to talk to girls.5 I wish I was| could begood-looking as Ryan Brown.6I wish played| could playfootball as well as Ryan Brown.Possible answers.If only I could sit down.I wish I could go home.I wish there were more people here.

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    Grade:10g Subject: English
    Date: 10/02/15
    The theme of the lesson: The truth is out there!
    Smart Aims: to teach today’s lesson. Reading and listening: short introductions to classic novels.
    Type of the lesson: Speaking, reading, writing.
    Content: to teach pupils to use a critical thinking in a group.
    Literature: The text-book, workbook, the dictionary and the INTERNET.
    Materials: some pictures of the environment, song and some exercises.
    The coursesTeachers actionsPupils actionsTime
    1Org. momentGood morning my dear pupils!Good morning!

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    2Warm upBooks closed. Tell the following story to students. Be as convincing as possible!Last year, I went to Brazil on holiday.3
    3Presentation Speaking and writing

    Ex.1Look at the picture and answer the questions.What do you think the circle outside the window is?Have you ever seen anything like this in the sky?Do you think the picture is real or fake?Have you ever read or heard any ‘true’ stories about UFOs? Do you think they really exist?



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    4PracticeReading and speaking Ex.1b Work with a partner. You are going to read different texts about the same incident. Student B: Turn to page 129 and read Text B. AnswerStudent A: Read Text A. Then work together and discuss the questions below.





    AnswersIt was an airfield.Because it wasn’t wreckage from an aeroplane.It was hidden away.Because the base was sending up spy balloons at the time.The bodies of aliens.A ufologist.
    Text AOn 8th July, 1947, an army officer reported a crash at the Roswell base in New Mexico, USA. Although the area was an air field, the details of the crash sounded strange. Within hours, people from the base were saying a UFO had crashed there. They said there were pieces of UFO at the base. But later the same day, other army officers denied the UFO story and said it was a weather balloon that had crashed.What exactly was Roswell?Why was the witness surprised when he first saw the wreckage?What happened to the crash wreckage?Why did the story about the balloon seem believable to many of the officers at the base?What did the witness say he and his friends saw?Who believes the witness?10









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    Grade:10 Subject: English
    Date: 14/10/16 15/10/16
    The theme of the lesson: Check your progress
    Smart Aims: to teach today s lesson
    Type of the lesson: Speaking, reading, writing.
    Content: to teach pupils to use a critical thinking in a group.
    Literature: The text-book, workbook, the dictionary and the INTERNET.
    Materials: some pictures of the environment, song and some exercises.
    The coursesTeachers actionsPupils actionsTime
    1Org. momentGood msorning my dear re!Good morning!



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    2Warm upLet’s repeat the active wordshowever/although/despiteeven though/in spite of

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    Ex.4a. What examples can you think of where people claim to have seen aliens or strange creatures?Ex.4b. Answer the questions with a partner.1 Why is Loch Ness famous?2 What do you think of all the photos that people say they have taken of the Loch Ness Monster?3 Do you believe there is a monster in the lake?4 If there is a monster in the lake, how do you think scientists could try to find it?

    BACKGROUND INFORMATION The Loch Ness Monster is a sea animal that some people claim lives in Loch Ness, a lake in Scotland. The famous photograph of the monster from 1934 was revealed to be fake in 1994. There have been several searches of the lake, most recently in 2001, which have found nothing.Bigfoot: Also known as Sasquatch, Bigfoot is an ape-like creature which has been sighted in the north-west region of the United States. It is reported as being between 1.8m and 3m tall and covered in dark brown hair. Bigfoot footprints have been found which measure 60 cm long by 20cm wide. Scientists do not believe in the existence of Bigfoot and say that there would need to be a large number of these creatures to maintain the breeding population.Conspiracy theories are the beliefs that historical or current events are the result of secret deliberate planning by official organisations, e.g. usually government bodies. The moon landings are a common source of conspiracy theories, (See Background Information for Exercise 4).John Fitzgerald Kennedy (1917-1963) was the35th president of the USA (1961-1963). At 43, he was the youngest man in American history to be elected President. He was shot in his car in Dallas, Texas. A man was charged with his murder but this man was also shot and he died before he went to court Kennedy’s death is probably the most famous incident in the world linked to conspiracy theories. There are theories that he was killed by many different people including the Russian secret service, the Italian mafia, the American government and the Cuban government.

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    4PracticeReading and speaking Ex.4d Match the words in the box with the definitions. scanner

    1 a picture produced with the help of sound waves. sonar image2 something that uses sound waves to discover how deep the water is or the position of an object in the water. sonar equipment3 a device for making images of the inside of the body or for putting information into a computer. scanner10
    5Conclusion & Evaluation Ex.5 A conspiracy theory is when people don’t believe the official story about something, e.g. the discussion about the Loch Ness Monster. They believe that something is being kept secret.What other conspiracy theories do you know of? Discuss what you know about them and present your ideas to the class.5
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    Grade:10a,v Subject: English
    Date:26 /01/15
    The theme of the lesson: Linkers of contrast: however/although/despite/even though/in spite of.
    Smart Aims: to teach today’s lesson.
    Type of the lesson: Speaking, reading, writing.
    Content: to teach pupils to use a critical thinking in a group.
    Literature: The text-book, workbook, the dictionary and the INTERNET.
    Materials: some pictures of the environment, song and some exercises.
    The coursesTeachers actionsPupils actionsTime
    1Org. momentGood morning my dear pupils!Good morning!



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    2Warm upLet’s translate this words.

    However-сонда да Although-дегенменDespite-қарамастан Even though-In spite of- қарамастан

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    3Presentation Speaking and writing

    GrammarLinkers of contrast: however / although / despite /even though / in spite of

    RULE:To introduce contrast:We use a subject + verb after Although and Even though he has a Frenchmother, he doesn’t speak any French.We use a noun or verb in the -ing form after Although and Even thoughAlthough having a Frenchmother, he doesn't speak any French.Even though his French mother,he doesn’t speak any French.We use however with acomma at the beginning of a sentence, or at the end.His mother is French.however, he doesn’t speak any French.His mother is French. He doesn't speak any French, however .

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    4PracticeReading and speaking Ex.2a (Circle)the correct option. Then check your answers in texts A and B in Exercise lb. (Although)/ Despite the area was an air field, the details of the crash sounded strange.

    Ex.2c Combine the sentences using the words in brackets. There may be more than one possible answer.I’m going for a run It's raining, (even though) I'm going for a run. even though it’s raining







    Ex.2c Combine the sentences using the words in brackets. There may be more than one possible answer.I’m going for a run It's raining, (even though) I'm going for a run. even though it’s raining







    Even though some officers said they had seen bodies of aliens, few believed the UFO story. However, in 1978 the story appeared again. In spite of investigations, we still don't know what really happened on that day in 1947.Even though there have been further investigations, we still don’t know what really happened at Roswell that day.

  • I’m going for a run, even though it’s raining. Even though it’s raining, I’m going for a run.
  • Although he didn’t have any evidence, we believed his story about the UFO.
  • We believed his story about the UFO, although he didn’t have any evidence.
  • Even though this sounds weird, I know I saw the body of an alien.
  • Despite being very rich, they aren’t happy. They aren’t happy, despite being very rich.
  • I know people who have seen UFOs. However, I don’t believe UFOs exist.
  • I know people who have seen UFOs. I don’t believe UFOs exist, however.
  • In spite of having suspicions, the investigators believed what they heard about the crash.
  • The investigators believed what they heard about the crash, in spite of having suspicions.
  • Even though he had photographs of aliens, they didn’t believe his story.
  • They didn’t believe his story, even though he had photographs of aliens.
  • Although I didn’t like the book, I enjoyed
  • the film.I enjoyed the film, although I didn’t like the book.
  • In spite of being cold, she didn’t wear a jacket.
  • She didn’t wear a jacket, in spite of being cold.


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    5Conclusion & Evaluation When using in spite of or despite in the negative,not goes before the -ing form.Despite not being invited, we still went to theparty. (Not: Not despite being invited...)In spite of not having any of her own, she gets onreally well with children.



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    Grade:10a,v Subject: English
    Date: 15/01/15
    The theme of the lesson: Review 1-Conditional and 2-Conditional.
    Smart Aims: to teach today’s lesson.
    Type of the lesson: Speaking, reading, writing.
    Content: to teach pupils to use a critical thinking in a group.
    Literature: The text-book, workbook, the dictionary and the INTERNET.
    Materials: some pictures of the environment, song and some exercises.
    The coursesTeachers actionsPupils actionsTime
    1Org. momentGood morning my dear pupils!Good morning!



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    2Warm upNow, I want to check your vocabulary.We’re ready!

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    3Presentation Speaking and writing

    Ex.3a Look at the example. Is it about something real or is it imaginary?Ex.3b Complete the rule with could, past, might and would.

    If you saw some money in the street, would you pick it up and spend it right away?

    RULE: We use if with the past simple tense (to introduce the condition), and would + the infinitive (to show the consequence) when we want to show that a situation is unreal or unlikely.It is also possible to use could (for possibility and ability) ormight (for uncertainty) in place of would (for certainty).If a friend was in trouble and I had to tell a lie to help them, I might lie again.


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    4PracticeReading and speaking Ex.3c Complete the sentences using the correct form of the second conditional.There may be more than one possible answer.





    Match the sentences with the pictures. Write 1-6 in the boxes.
  • f
  • c
  • a
  • e
  • d
  • b
  • Answers:1found2would|could |might send3would|could |might go out4didn’t go5would you, do 6lived7would keep8went



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    5Conclusion & Evaluation Complete the text. Use the correct [cj form of the verbs and would, ’d, wouldn’t or might.

    Imagine I found. (find) €100 in thestreet. I’m not sure what I’d do(do).If 12y ■'/:(take) it to the policestation, they 3„.i„c v;.cdd(not be)interested. If 14(ask) inthe nearest shop, the assistant5… (say) it was hers. If I6(give) to a homelessperson, they…(spend) it on beer.

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    Grade:10a,v Subject: English
    Date:23 /01/15
    The theme of the lesson: Review-8.
    Smart Aims: to teach today’s lesson.
    Type of the lesson: Speaking, reading, writing.
    Content: to teach pupils to use a critical thinking in a group.
    Literature: The text-book, workbook, the dictionary and the INTERNET.
    Materials: some pictures of the environment, song and some exercises.
    The coursesTeachers actionsPupils actionsTime
    1Org. momentGood morning my dear pupils!Good morning!

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    2Warm upI 1down 2imagine 3could 4would 5away 6can 7caught 8into 9putII 1c 2a 3a 4b 5c 6a 7c 8a 9aIII 1breaking 2criminals 3committing 4shoplifting 5joyriding 6vandalism 7arsonists 8sending 9community10

























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    Grade:8 Subject: English
    Date:12 /01/15
    The theme of the lesson:
    Smart Aims: to teach today’s lesson.
    Type of the lesson: Speaking, reading, writing.
    Content: to teach pupils to use a critical thinking in a group.
    Literature: The text-book, workbook, the dictionary and the INTERNET.
    Materials: some pictures of the environment, song and some exercises.
    The coursesTeachers actionsPupils actionsTime
    1Org. momentGood morning my dear pupils!Good morning!

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    2Warm upLet’s complete our vocabulary.
  • burglary4 shoplifting
  • joyriding5 pick-pocketing
  • arson6 vandalism
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    3Presentation Speaking and writing

    Ex.5aMatch the words with the pictures. Then listen, check and repeat.1-a burglary2-f joyriding 3-c arson4-e shoplifting5-d pick-pocketing6-b vandalism



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    4PracticeReading and speaking Ex. 5b Listen to the radio show and tick the crimes in Exercise la that are mentioned.Ex. 5c Listen again and completethe table with the words in the box.burglary excitement money shoplifting arson clothes

    Ex.6a Complete the text using the correct form of the verbs in the box.break do (x2) commit (x2) pay get (x3) send put













  • get
  • doing
  • committing
  • breaks
  • gets
  • gets
  • Sending
  • pay
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    5Conclusion & Evaluation Work with a partner and discuss the questions.

    Who do you usually get in trouble with and why?What small things do people do every day that are actually breaking the law, for example, dropping litter?What punishments do you think are best for young offenders?6
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    Grade:8 Subject: English
    Date: 24/10/16
    The theme of the lesson: Young inventors
    Smart Aims: to teach today’s lesson.
    Type of the lesson: Speaking, reading, writing.
    Content: to teach pupils to use a critical thinking in a group.
    Literature: The text-book, workbook, the dictionary and the INTERNET.
    Materials: some pictures of the environment, song and some exercises.
    The coursesTeachers actionsPupils actionsTime
    1Org. momentGood morning my dear pupils!Good morning!



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    2Warm upWork with a partner. Ask the questions in the questionnaire and tick () your partner’s answers. Look at the bottom of the page and calculate your partner’s total. Then tell your partner the result.

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    Complete the questions and add two more questions. Then ask your partner.If you could go anywhere in the world, where ...?Suppose you could meet anyone in the world. Who ...?Imagine you met your sporting hero. What...?Say you could change one thing about yourself. What...?Ex.5a Match the words with the pictures. Then listen, check and repeat

    Ex.5b Listen to the radio show and tick () the crimes in Exercise la that are mentioned.

    Possible answers
  • Where would you go?
  • Who would you meet?
  • What would you say?
  • What would you change?


















  • 1a burglary 4e shoplifting2f joyriding 5dpick-pocketing3c arson 6bvandalism

















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    Ex.6a Complete the text using the correct form of the verbs in the box.break do (x2) commit(x2) pay get (x3) send put

    Answers
  • The market
  • 400 hours community service.
  • Take the clothes back to the shops.
  • She works in a clothes shop.
  • A garden shed.
  • Scared.


  • Answers1get 2doing 3committing 4breaks 5gets6gets 7Sending 8pay 9put 10commit 11do




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    Grade:10a,v Subject: English
    Date: 16/01/15
    The theme of the lesson: I wish.
    Smart Aims: to teach today’s lesson.
    Type of the lesson: Speaking, reading, writing.
    Content: to teach pupils to use a critical thinking in a group.
    Literature: The text-book, workbook, the dictionary and the INTERNET.
    Materials: some pictures of the environment, song and some exercises.
    The coursesTeachers actionsPupils actionsTime
    1Org. momentGood morning my dear pupils!Good morning!3
    2Warm up1) Who do you usually get in trouble with and why?2) What small things do people do every day that are actually breaking the law, for example, dropping litter?3) What punishments do you think are best for young offenders

  • Students’ own answers.
  • Possible answers.
  • Students’ own answers.




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    GrammarI wish / If only[a] Look at these examples from theradio show in Exercise 5b.I wish I could turn the clock back.If only I had the same things as otherkids.These sentences have similar meanings.I wish / If only I could dance as wellas you means I would like to dance aswell as you.I wish/ If only I danced as well as you means I can’t dance as well as you and I regret this.In the first sentence, does the person think they can change what happened in the past? No In the second sentence, does the speaker have the same things as other kids? No What tense is used after I wish and If only? Past simple



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    4PracticeReading and speaking Ex.7 b 1 Complete the sentences using the correct form of the verbs in the box.be (x2) not have know play understand If only Iunderstood| could understand Maths.







    Ex.8a Work with a partner. Look at the photograph and write five thoughts the person in the photo might have. Start with I wish... or If only...
    2 If only I was| could be asintelligent as Tom Jacobs.3 I wish I, didn’t have so much homework tonight.4 If only I knewhow to talk to girls.5 I wish I was| could begood-looking as Ryan Brown.6I wish played| could playfootball as well as Ryan Brown.Possible answers.If only I could sit down.I wish I could go home.I wish there were more people here.

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    5Conclusion & Evaluation Ex.8b Look at the topics in the box. What would you like to be different about each of these things? Work with a partner and discuss your answers.the area you live in your free time your school holidays TV the environment your countryA: Do you wish there were more sports facilities in your area?B: Yes, I do. And I wish there were other places for young people to go too.A: Do you ever think ‘If only there was more to do at the weekends’?B: Yes, I do, and I often think, ‘If only I lived closer to the sea!’

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    Grade:10a,v Subject: English
    Date: 09/01/15
    The theme of the lesson: Be honest.
    Smart Aims: to teach today’s lesson.
    Type of the lesson: Speaking, reading, writing.
    Content: to teach pupils to use a critical thinking in a group.
    Literature: The text-book, workbook, the dictionary and the INTERNET.
    Materials: some pictures of the environment, song and some exercises.
    The coursesTeachers actionsPupils actionsTime
    1Org. momentGood morning my dear pupils!Good morning!



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    2Warm upEx.1a Work with a partner. Look at the pictures and discuss what you think is happening.



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    3Presentation Speaking and writing

    Ex.1b Listen to Phil and Anna telling two stories. Do they mention your ideas from Exercise la? Did Phil and Anna regret the lies they told?Ex.1c Work with a partner. Discuss the questions.Which of the lies they told was worse, in your opinion? Why?Have you ever told a lie that got you into trouble? Tell your partner about it.



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    4PracticeReading and speaking Ex.3a Look at the example. Is it about something real or is it imaginary?Ex.3b Complete the rule with could, past, might and would.

    If you saw some money in the street, would you pick it up and spend it right away?

    RULE: We use if with the past simple tense (to introduce the condition), and would + the infinitive (to show the consequence) when we want to show that a situation is unreal or unlikely.It is also possible to use could (for possibility and ability) ormight (for uncertainty) in place of would (for certainty).If a friend was in trouble and I had to tell a lie to help them, I might lie again.








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    5Conclusion & Evaluation Ex.3c Complete the sentences using the correct form of the second conditional.There may be more than one possible answer.Answers:1found2would|could |might send3would|could |might go out4didn’t go5would you, do 6lived7would keep8went

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    Grade:10 g Subject: English
    Date:04 /02/15
    The theme of the lesson: Check your progress.
    Smart Aims: to teach today’s lesson.
    Type of the lesson; writing.
    Content: to teach pupils to use a critical thinking in a group.
    Literature: The text-book, workbook, the dictionary and the INTERNET.
    Materials: some pictures of the environment, song and some exercises.
    The coursesTeachers actionsPupils actionsTime
    1Org. momentGood morning!Good morning!

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    2Warm upComplete the sentences. Use the gerund or infinitive form of the verb.1 I can’t afford to buy the new U2 CD this month.2 I want ……(be) a rock star.3 I've decided …..(study) engineering at university.4 I must remember …. (give) Tatyana a birthday present.5 I don't mind ....(get) up early during the week, but not at the weekend.6 Sorry I’m late. I stopped …. (check) my email at the cafe.7 I stopped …. (drink) milk years ago. 2 to be 3 to study 4 to give 5 getting 6 to check 7 drinking10

















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    Complete the sentences. Use the correct form of the second conditional.2 had, wouldn’t share/ 3 would be, did /4 wouldn’t be, had /5 didn’t talk, would understand/ 6 would ... buy, won





    Complete the sentences.1My computer's too slow Iwish I had a faster computer.2 I’m too short’. I wish I was taller.3 I don't understand physics.’ If only I understood physics.4 'My football team are bottom of the league.’ 1 wish my football team weren’t bottom of the league.5 1 have to finish this tonight. If only I didn’t have to finish this tonight

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    1 This is a great meal and it doesn't need a lot of preparation . PREPARE 2 He has the perfect …. for writing stories. IMAGINE3 Going to the cinema is my favourite form of … . ENTERTAIN4 J. K. Rowling is rich thanks to the ...... of Harry Potter. POPULAR5 I always remember my grandmother for her … .KIND6 From his … I don't think he was very happy. REACT2 imagination 3 entertainment 4 popularity Б kindness 6 reaction

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    5Conclusion & Evaluation







    Circle the word or expression which has adifferent meaning from the others.pay a fine /(break the law)/ be sent to prison –It's the only one that isn’t a punishment.get into trouble / get away with it / get caught it’s the only one where you are not caughtarson / burglary / shoplifting the others involve taking something from somebodydo community service / break the law / get into troubleit’s the only one that is a punishment





    Complete the sentences with one of the words or expressions from Ex. 2b.1put on probation 2get away with it 3 doing community service 4sent to prison 5 shoplifting



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    Grade:10a,v Subject: English
    Date: 19/01/15
    The theme of the lesson: Extra reading.
    Smart Aims: to teach today’s lesson.
    Type of the lesson: Speaking, reading, writing.
    Content: to teach pupils to use a critical thinking in a group.
    Literature: The text-book, workbook, the dictionary and the INTERNET.
    Materials: some pictures of the environment, song and some exercises.
    The coursesTeachers actionsPupils actionsTime
    1Org. momentGood morning my dear pupils!Good morning!



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    2Warm upDo you like action movies?What was the last action movie you saw?I like….. films. It was ….. .

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    3Presentation Speaking and writing

    Kazakhstan’s film industry is going from strength to strength, with our directors working on Hollywood blockbusters as well as films set herein Kazakhstan. But what does it take to land a job in films?

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    4PracticeReading and speaking I've always loved films, and recently I’ve been thinking that I'd like to work in filmswhen I leave school. I’m not sure I want to be an actor, though. I’ve always enjoyedsport, and I’m a bit of a daredevil, so my ideal job would be ... a stuntman!i've done some research and found out that there are people working as stuntmenand stuntwomen in Kazakhstan. The stunt troupe Nomad was founded in 2003 byZhaidarbek Kunguzhinov. Originally a circus troupe, the group has evolved into aninternationally recognised stunt troupe with a great reputation for horse riding andtraditional fighting skills.





















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    5Conclusion & Evaluation TaskRead the text, then write 7(true) or F (false). Correct the false sentences.

    Kazakhstan has a thriving film industry.Arman doesn't like taking risks.The Nomads stunt troupe is only known in Kazakhstan.To work in a stunt troupe, you just need physical strength. Arman will teach his cousin to ride better.Arman will definitely get a black belt in tae kwon do. Arman may find English useful in his career as a stuntman.







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    Grade:10a,v Subject: English
    Date: 24/01/15
    The theme of the lesson: The truth is out there!
    Smart Aims: to teach today’s lesson. Reading and listening: short introductions to classic novels.
    Type of the lesson: Speaking, reading, writing.
    Content: to teach pupils to use a critical thinking in a group.
    Literature: The text-book, workbook, the dictionary and the INTERNET.
    Materials: some pictures of the environment, song and some exercises.
    The coursesTeachers actionsPupils actionsTime
    1Org. momentGood morning my dear pupils!Good morning!

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    2Warm upBooks closed. Tell the following story to students. Be as convincing as possible!Last year, I went to Brazil on holiday.3
    3Presentation Speaking and writing

    Ex.1Look at the picture and answer the questions.What do you think the circle outside the window is?Have you ever seen anything like this in the sky?Do you think the picture is real or fake?Have you ever read or heard any ‘true’ stories about UFOs? Do you think they really exist?



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    4PracticeReading and speaking Ex.1b Work with a partner. You are going to read different texts about the same incident. Student B: Turn to page 129 and read Text B. AnswerStudent A: Read Text A. Then work together and discuss the questions below.





    AnswersIt was an airfield.Because it wasn’t wreckage from an aeroplane.It was hidden away.Because the base was sending up spy balloons at the time.The bodies of aliens.A ufologist.
    Text AOn 8th July, 1947, an army officer reported a crash at the Roswell base in New Mexico, USA. Although the area was an air field, the details of the crash sounded strange. Within hours, people from the base were saying a UFO had crashed there. They said there were pieces of UFO at the base. But later the same day, other army officers denied the UFO story and said it was a weather balloon that had crashed.What exactly was Roswell?Why was the witness surprised when he first saw the wreckage?What happened to the crash wreckage?Why did the story about the balloon seem believable to many of the officers at the base?What did the witness say he and his friends saw?Who believes the witness?10









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    5Conclusion & Evaluation Work with a different partner. Student A is an army officer who is sure it was a balloon that crashed.

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    Grade:10a,v Subject: English
    Date: 17/01/15
    The theme of the lesson: Young people and crime.
    Smart Aims: to teach today’s lesson.
    Type of the lesson: Speaking, reading, writing.
    Content: to teach pupils to use a critical thinking in a group.
    Literature: The text-book, workbook, the dictionary and the INTERNET.
    Materials: some pictures of the environment, song and some exercises.
    The coursesTeachers actionsPupils actionsTime
    1Org. momentGood morning my dear pupils!Good morning!



    2Warm upLet’s check vocabulary.Burglary, joyriding, arson, shoplifting, pick-pocketing, vandalism, caught, wrong , into, law , away, crime, pay a fine, put on probation, community service, sent to prison

    3Presentation Speaking and writing

    Read the descriptions of the crimes and write the names of the crimes in the spaces. Choose from the words in the box.Ex.2b Complete the sentences with the words in the box. caught wrong into law away crime

    Burglary, joyriding, arson, shoplifting, pick-pocketing, vandalism



    4PracticeReading and speaking What punishment do you think each of the people in Exercise 2b should get? Choose from the words in the box. Ex.3a (Circle) the correct words.









    Ex.3b Look at the pictures and write I wish / if only sentences for each of the people
    pay a fine be put on probation do community service be sent to prison
  • If only I could go to the party tonight. My sister wishes she had a boyfriend. Darren wishes he didn’t spend so much time playing computer games. My dad wishes he wasn’t so busy.
  • If only she loved me. I wish I don’t / didn’t have so much homework. If only I knew the answer.


  • 5Conclusion & Evaluation Match the words 1-8 with their definitions. Write a-h in the boxes.

    a a person who attacks someone in the street and takes their valuables b the act of killing another person c a person who kills another person or people d someone who steals things e the act of taking things that do not belong to youf the act of entering someone’s house illegally, usually by breaking a window g someone who deliberately kills a well-known person h to attack someone and take things from them

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    Grade:10a,v Subject: English
    Date:07 /02/15
    The theme of the lesson: Indirect questions and auxiliaries.
    Smart Aims: to teach today’s lesson.
    Type of the lesson: Speaking, reading, writing.
    Content: to teach pupils to use a critical thinking in a group.
    Literature: The text-book, workbook, the dictionary and the INTERNET.
    Materials: some pictures of the environment, song and some exercises.
    The coursesTeachers actionsPupils actionsTime
    1Org. momentGood morning my dear pupils!Good morning!



    2Warm upEx.1a Look at the questions. Which questions are direct? Which are indirect? Write direct questions and indirect questions above the questions.

    the questions on the right are direct the questions on the left are indirect

    3Presentation Speaking and writing

    Ex.1c Circle the correct options.







    Put the words in the correct order to complete the questions.
    Do you know why she’s angry / why is she angrylCan you tell me when it was built / when was it built?Could you tell us what is the answer / what the answer isWould you mind telling me what are you doing / what you are doing



    4PracticeReading and speaking Ex.1e Match the questions with the pictures. Write 1-4 in the boxes. What time do you close?When does it finish?Where did you get that cold drink?Did they win?





    Ex.1f Listen and completethe questions that the people inExercise 5e asked.

    Can you tell me what…. ?Do you know when…. ?Can you tell me where …. ? Do you know if...?



    5Conclusion & Evaluation Rewrite the direct questions as indirect questions.



    What does she do? Do you, know what she does? Where did they go? Can you tell me ? Does he live around here? Do you know?What time does the plane leave? Can you tell me?



    6Home taskWill be: Ex. 3 wb p-61Goodbye







































    Grade:10a,v Subject: English
    Date: 02/02/15
    The theme of the lesson: The Lake .
    Smart Aims: to teach today’s lesson.
    Type of the lesson: Speaking, reading, writing.
    Content: to teach pupils to use a critical thinking in a group.
    Literature: The text-book, workbook, the dictionary and the INTERNET.
    Materials: some pictures of the environment, song and some exercises.
    The coursesTeachers actionsPupils actionsTime
    1Org. momentGood morning my dear pupils!Good morning!



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    2Warm upLet’s check your progress of the words.We’re ready!

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    3Presentation Speaking and writing

    Ex.9a. Read the conspiracy theory story. What is it about? Does the writer believe in it?Ex.9b Which phrases does the writer use to stress that he does not believe the conspiracy theory?AnswersThe story is about a green-haired creature in a lake. The writer does not believe the story.

    AnswersTo be honest, I don’t believe a single word of the story; What utter nonsense; not surprisingly, …


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    4PracticeReading and speaking Ex.9aMatch the underlinedphrases in the text with the phrases in the box.



    Ex.6wb Read the film review of Conspiracy Theory and choose from the list (A-G) the phrase which best summarises each part (1-6) of the article. There is one extra phrase you won’t need.
    AnswersWhat is most surprising- the weirdest thingWhat complete rubbish-What utter nonsenseI don’t believe it at all – I don’t believe a single word of the story. As I had expected- Not surprisinglyA Mad Mel6 B A disappointing ending 1 C The man who knows too much 4 D The perfect couple 2 E A reluctant heroine 5 F A villain to remember 3G An exciting love story5











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    5Conclusion & Evaluation





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    6Home taskWill be: Ex.9d p-73Write your own story about a conspiracy theory. You can use the internet for ideas. Make sure the reader knows your opinion about it. Use the story and the underlined phrases to help you. Write 140-200 words.Goodbye

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    Grade:10a,v Subject: English
    Date: 13/02/15
    The theme of the lesson: Everyday English.
    Smart Aims: to teach today’s lesson.
    Type of the lesson: Speaking, reading, writing.
    Content: to teach pupils to use a critical thinking in a group.
    Literature: The text-book, workbook, the dictionary and the INTERNET.
    Materials: some pictures of the environment, song and some exercises.
    The coursesTeachers actionsPupils actionsTime
    1Org. momentGood morning my dear pupils!Good morning!



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    2Warm upLet’s repeat the phrasal verbs.We’re ready!3
    3Presentation Speaking and writing

    Ex.9a Find the expressions 1-6 in the story. Who says them? Match them to the meanings a-f.

    Answersd Tom 2 fTom 3 e Amya Tom 6 c Nick

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    4PracticeReading and speaking Ex.9b Complete the dialogues with expressions 1-6 from Exercise 9a.Answers

    1Lookout! 2 Just kidding 3 Besides4 the moment 5 Serves you right6 it’s none of our business





    Ex.10 Work in groups of three. Take two minutes to prepare a short role play. Try to use some of the expressions from Exercise 9a. Do not write the text, just agree on your ideas for a short scene. Then act it out.

    A: I don’t want to see John today. I heard he’s really angry with me.B: Well, look out ! He’s walking towards usright now!A: I hated that film Avatar.B: Really?A: No, It was brilliant!A: Sarah - we’re going to the cinema, come with us!B: No thanks. I’m a bit tired., there’s agreat film on TV that I want to watch.A: Please don’t forget to bring that book tomorrow.

    Roles: Tom, Laura and Amy Situation: somewhere at school Basic idea: Tom has donesomething to make Amy angry. He’s talking to Laura about it. Then Amy arrives.



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    5Conclusion & Evaluation Divide the class into pairs. Tell students they are going to create a role play between Tom, Laura and Amy. Read through the instructions with students. Give students two minutes to plan their dialogue. Circulate and help with vocabulary as necessary. Encourage students to use expressions from Exercise 9.

    Students practice their dialogue in pairs. Listen to some of the best dialogues in open class.



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    Grade:10a,v Subject: English
    Date: 16/02/15
    The theme of the lesson: Last but not least: more speaking.
    Smart Aims: to teach today’s lesson.
    Type of the lesson: Speaking, reading, writing.
    Content: to teach pupils to use a critical thinking in a group.
    Literature: The text-book, workbook, the dictionary and the INTERNET.
    Materials: some pictures of the environment, song and some exercises.
    The coursesTeachers actionsPupils actionsTime
    1Org. momentGood morning my dear pupils!Good morning!

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    2Warm upDescribe something. Example:



    Students’ have to guess.5
    3Presentation Speaking and writing

    Ex.12a A good way to get ideas for stories is to ask yourself some questions and use the answers to develop the narrative.Read the story quickly and find the answers to the writer’s questions.

    Where did it happen? Describe the place.Who were the people? Describe them.What did the people do?What happened in the end?



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    4PracticeReading and speaking

    Once upon a time there were two brothers who lived in a valley in thebeautiful, remote Altai mountains in Kazakhstan. When they were little,they played together happily. But as they grew older, they began to arguemore. One day, the younger brother was given a dombra by his uncle.How he loved it! He spent hour after hour sitting by the fire in winter orby the river in summer, playing songs and dreaming of the future when hewould be a famous dombra player and everyone would come from far andwide to listen to him.The elder brother was proud and vain. He wanted everyone to admirehim too. One day he thought, ‘I know. I’ll build a bridge across the river.

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    5Conclusion & Evaluation Mark’s teacher asked him to write a story ending with the words: That was the last I ever saw of her. Read his story quickly. Do you think it answers the question successfully?1 was falling 2 saw 3 was shivering4 had been killed 5 screamed6was shaking 7 had saved8had gone 9 walking



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    6Home taskWill be: Ex.12b Think of four questions to help you write a story. Answer their questions and use them to develop a story. Write 120-180 words.Goodbye3


















    Grade:10a,v Subject: English
    Date: 14/02/15
    The theme of the lesson: Making waves.
    Smart Aims: to teach today’s lesson.
    Type of the lesson: Speaking, reading, writing.
    Content: to teach pupils to use a critical thinking in a group.
    Literature: The text-book, workbook, the dictionary and the INTERNET.
    Materials: some pictures of the environment, song and some exercises.
    The coursesTeachers actionsPupils actionsTime
    1Org. momentGood morning my dear pupils!Good morning!



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    2Warm upNow I want to check your vocabulary.Let’s start we’re ready.4
    3Presentation Speaking and writing

    Ex.11a Listen the episode 3 1 What kind of story do you think Nick is following?2 What do you think is going to happen to him?















    Ex.11b Match the words and the definitions.A someone who works for a B rich family in their housedisappearC stories that may or may not be trueD somewhere that has ghosts E far from anywhere


    Haunted din the middle of nowhere evanish brumours cservant a



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    4PracticeReading and speaking Complete the sentences with thecorrect prepositions.

    1 up 2into 3into 4across 5 off 6 down 7 turn 8 up10
    5Conclusion & Evaluation Complete the crossword.We arrived really late because Helen’s car broke down.2 moment 3 Just 4 right 5 Besides 6 business

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    Grade:10g Subject: English
    Date: 24/02/15
    The theme of the lesson: The curse of Tutankhamun's tomb .
    Smart Aims: to teach today’s lesson.
    Type of the lesson: Speaking, reading, writing.
    Content: to teach pupils to use a critical thinking in a group.
    Literature: The text-book, workbook, the dictionary and the INTERNET.
    Materials: some pictures of the environment, song and some exercises.
    The coursesTeachers actionsPupils actionsTime
    1Org. momentGood morning my dear pupils!Good morning!

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    2Warm upCan you tell us four indirect questions that you think your partner might know the answer to. Begin each question with Do you know... or Can you tell me... .Then ask and answer the questions.A: Do you know where Stonehenge is?B: Yes, it’s in England. Can you tell me who the first man on the moon was?



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    3Presentation Speaking and writing

    Ex.7a When did Howard Carter discover Tutankhamun’stomb? Read the article quickly to find out.On 4th November, 1922.







    Ex.7b Read the article again and match the underlined words with the definitions.




















    1talked into 2 call off 3 came across 4passed away 5 tied in with 6 started out 7 went out 8 paid off


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    4PracticeReading and speaking Ex.7c Use three of the phrasal verbs in Exercise 7b to complete the conversation.

    A: You know my grandmother passed away two months ago? Well,was in her house looking through some of her papers when I came across an unpaid electricity bill from 1996!B:So?A: Well, at the exact moment I found the bill, all the lights in the house went out.B: Now, that is strange.

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    5Conclusion & Evaluation Write these questions on the board. Students read the text again and answer them:7 Why did Carter first go to the pyramids?(To paint the pyramids.)Who paid for the search to find Tutankhamun’stomb? (Carnarvon.)How did Carnarvon die? (He was bitten by aninsect.)What happened in Cairo at the same time?(The lights went out.)Students complete the dialogue using the correctform of three of the phrasal verbs in the text.passed away came across went outd | in pairs, students write a short dialogue using threeof the phrasal verbs from the text. You could askpairs to act out their dialogue to the class and voteon the most interesting.



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    Grade:10a,v Subject: English
    Date: 19/02/15
    The theme of the lesson: The Horses of Botai.
    Smart Aims: to teach today’s lesson.
    Type of the lesson: Speaking, reading, writing.
    Content: to teach pupils to use a critical thinking in a group.
    Literature: The text-book, workbook, the dictionary and the INTERNET.
    Materials: some pictures of the environment, song and some exercises.
    The coursesTeachers actionsPupils actionsTime
    1Org. momentGood morning my dear pupils!Good morning!

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    2Warm upIn the past, what different things were horses used for?What were their advantages intimes of war and times of peace?

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    3Presentation Speaking and writing

    Historians have always wondered when and where man first learned to keep horses for food, milk and transport. The question is important because horse transport changed the world’s early history.Archaeologists believe they have found the answer here in Kazakhstan. The strongest proof was found in 2009 by a team of archaeologists from the British University of Exeter. They wrote about it in the international journal Science.The archaeologists found a lot of very ancient horse bones and teeth in the Botai region of northern Kazakhstan. Most of the horses’ side-teeth were damaged or smaller than usual. This showed that the horses must have worn bits in their mouths. This means that the Botai people must have ridden them or used them for pulling or carrying things.Scientific tests showed that these bones and teeth were about 5,500 years old.The archaeologists also found many broken pots of the same age. Scientists examined the pots and did chemical tests.























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    Read the text, then answer the questions.

    Why do people want to know about the history of horses?How do we know that the Botai horses wore bits?How long ago did the Botai horses live?What did archaeologists find in the pots?What kind of transport did other civilisations use first?What do we know now about the history of horse riding?10
    5Conclusion & Evaluation Let’s a conversation on theme our customs.Complete each other.6
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    Grade:10g Subject: English
    Date:25 /02/15
    The theme of the lesson: What do they do in there ?
    Smart Aims: to teach today’s lesson.
    Type of the lesson: Speaking, reading, writing.
    Content: to teach pupils to use a critical thinking in a group.
    Literature: The text-book, workbook, the dictionary and the INTERNET.
    Materials: some pictures of the environment, song and some exercises.
    The coursesTeachers actionsPupils actionsTime
    1Org. momentGood morning my dear pupils!Good morning!



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    2Warm upLet’s repeat the phrasal verbs.We’re ready!3
    3Presentation Speaking and writing

    Ask students what they can remember about the last episode of the photo story (Amy and Nick interviewed a homeless man). Ask them if they can remember the names of the other two teenagers in the story (Tom and Laura) and to find each character in the photo.

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    4PracticeReading and speaking Students read the questions andpredict the answers. Pre-teach hide, privacy, knock,disguises. Play the recording for students to readthe text and check their answers (The place is theTeachers' Room. Nick, Laura and Amy think it isstrange, Tom understands that the teachers needtheir privacy). Check answers and deal with anyquestions about vocabulary.



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    Grade:10g Subject: English
    Date: 18/02/15
    The theme of the lesson: Mysterious places.
    Smart Aims: to teach today’s lesson.
    Type of the lesson: Speaking, reading, writing.
    Content: to teach pupils to use a critical thinking in a group.
    Literature: The text-book, workbook, the dictionary and the INTERNET.
    Materials: some pictures of the environment, song and some exercises.
    The coursesTeachers actionsPupils actionsTime
    1Org. momentGood morning my dear pupils!Good morning!

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    2Warm upWhat do you know about the places in the photographs?The Pyramids, StonehengeAnswersNo one knows why Stonehenge was built or how the Pyramids were built.

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    3Presentation Speaking and writing

    Ex.1b Look at the title of the text. What do you think is ‘mysterious’ about the two places? Read the text quickly and check your ideas.

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    4PracticeReading and speaking Ex.1c Read the text again and listen. Answer the questions.Which of the two places is older?What two possible reasons are given for Stonehenge being there? Why were the pyramids built?In what way are the stones used at the two places similar?Ex.2a Mark the statements T (true) or F (false) and write the sentence in the text that gives you the information.

    man-made, upright, ropes, metropolis,tombstones, blocks of stone, slaves, skilled workers.Answers1 Stonehenge.2 It may have been a religious place or a place for observing stars and planets.3 They mark the burial places of pharaohs.4 They were both very heavy stones which were transported to the sites from far away.



    It is not possible that Stonehenge was used for observing the stars and planets. F-It might have been a place for observing the stars and planets.The writer thinks it was easy to pull the stones at Stonehenge upright. F (it can’t have been easy)
  • It was easy to build the pyramids. F (it must have been enormously difficult)






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    Grade:10a,v Subject: English
    Date:06 /02/15
    The theme of the lesson: Mysterious stones.
    Smart Aims: to teach today’s lesson.
    Type of the lesson: Speaking, reading, writing.
    Content: to teach pupils to use a critical thinking in a group.
    Literature: The text-book, workbook, the dictionary and the INTERNET.
    Materials: some pictures of the environment, song and some exercises.
    The coursesTeachers actionsPupils actionsTime
    1Org. momentGood morning my dear pupils!Good morning!

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    2Warm upAt first I want to check last lessons’ words. Let’s start.4
    3Presentation Speaking and writing

    Ex.1a Look at the photograph. In pairs or small groups, discuss the questions. Answers1 It’s in the United States.2 About 800 years old.3 The Anasazi tribe lived there4 It’s a National Park.5 About 100 people.

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    4PracticeReading and speaking TAPESCRIPTPresenter: Good morning everyone. This morning we re continuing our series about mysterious places, and today our mysterious place is Mesa Verde. And to tell us about it, we’ve invited Professor Wilkes, from the Open University.Good morning Professor Wilkes.Professor: Good morning.Presenter: So, to begin with, could you tell us where Mesa Verde is?Professor: Yes. Mesa Verde is part of a national park, which is also called Mesa Verde, and it’s in the state of Colorado in the United States.Presenter: And what exactly is it?

    Professor: Well, Mesa Verde is basically a collection of houses and other buildings that were built in caves or in other parts of a rock wall by a tribe of people called the Anasazi.Presenter: The Anasazi? How do you spell that? Professor: Yes - A-N-A-S-A-Z-l. The name means the ancient ones’ in the Navajo language. Now, the Mesa Verde houses were built in around 1200 AD - that is, just over eight hundred years ago.The Anasazi lived in these rock and cave houses for about a hundred years.Presenter: Really, but, why build houses in the rock?Why not build your homes on flat land?Professor: Well, frankly, we don’t know for sure, but it s probable that living in the rock made the Anasazi feel safer. Anyway, it’s clear that by 1300, the buildings at Mesa Verde were empty.Presenter: And do we know why the Anasazi left?

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    Answers Location: USA.Built by: a tribe of people called the Anasazi Built in: around 1200 AD Became a national park in: 1906

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    Class: 10g Subject: English
    Date:24/12/14
    The theme of the lesson: Check your progress
    Aims: to teach today’s lesson.
    Type of the lesson: Speaking, reading, writing.
    Content: to teach pupils to use a critical thinking in a group.
    Literature: The text-book, workbook, the dictionary and the INTERNET.
    Materials: some pictures of the environment, song and some exercises.


    The coursesTeachers actionsPupils actionsTime
    1Organizational momentGood morning my dear pupils! Good morning

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    5Evaluation Let’s check1have you been waiting2have written3have…seen4ahven’t been learning5has been snowing6haven’t rentedb 2will call, get3don’t come, ‘ll miss4won’t let, aren’t2
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    Class: 10 g Subject: English
    Date:29/12/14
    The theme of the lesson: Work with mistakes
    Aims: to teach today’s lesson.
    Type of the lesson: Speaking, reading, writing.
    Content: to teach pupils to use a critical thinking in a group.
    Literature: The text-book, workbook, the dictionary and the INTERNET.
    Materials: some pictures of the environment, song and some exercises.


    The coursesTeachers actionsPupils actionsTime
    1Organizational momentGood morning my dear pupils! Good morning

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    Grade:10g Subject: English
    Date: 11/02/15
    The theme of the lesson: Conspiracy theories.
    Smart Aims: to teach today’s lesson.
    Type of the lesson: Speaking, reading, writing.
    Content: to teach pupils to use a critical thinking in a group.
    Literature: The text-book, workbook, the dictionary and the INTERNET.
    Materials: some pictures of the environment, song and some exercises.
    The coursesTeachers actionsPupils actionsTime
    1Org. momentGood morning my dear pupils!Good morning!



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    2Warm upLet’s repeat the active wordshowever/although/despiteeven though/in spite of

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    3Presentation Speaking and writing

    Ex.4a. What examples can you think of where people claim to have seen aliens or strange creatures?Ex.4b. Answer the questions with a partner.1 Why is Loch Ness famous?2 What do you think of all the photos that people say they have taken of the Loch Ness Monster?3 Do you believe there is a monster in the lake?4 If there is a monster in the lake, how do you think scientists could try to find it?

    BACKGROUND INFORMATION The Loch Ness Monster is a sea animal that some people claim lives in Loch Ness, a lake in Scotland. The famous photograph of the monster from 1934 was revealed to be fake in 1994. There have been several searches of the lake, most recently in 2001, which have found nothing.Bigfoot: Also known as Sasquatch, Bigfoot is an ape-like creature which has been sighted in the north-west region of the United States. It is reported as being between 1.8m and 3m tall and covered in dark brown hair. Bigfoot footprints have been found which measure 60 cm long by 20cm wide. Scientists do not believe in the existence of Bigfoot and say that there would need to be a large number of these creatures to maintain the breeding population.Conspiracy theories are the beliefs that historical or current events are the result of secret deliberate planning by official organisations, e.g. usually government bodies. The moon landings are a common source of conspiracy theories, (See Background Information for Exercise 4).John Fitzgerald Kennedy (1917-1963) was the35th president of the USA (1961-1963). At 43, he was the youngest man in American history to be elected President. He was shot in his car in Dallas, Texas. A man was charged with his murder but this man was also shot and he died before he went to court Kennedy’s death is probably the most famous incident in the world linked to conspiracy theories. There are theories that he was killed by many different people including the Russian secret service, the Italian mafia, the American government and the Cuban government.

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    4PracticeReading and speaking Ex.4d Match the words in the box with the definitions. scanner

    1 a picture produced with the help of sound waves. sonar image2 something that uses sound waves to discover how deep the water is or the position of an object in the water. sonar equipment3 a device for making images of the inside of the body or for putting information into a computer. scanner10
    5Conclusion & Evaluation Ex.5 A conspiracy theory is when people don’t believe the official story about something, e.g. the discussion about the Loch Ness Monster. They believe that something is being kept secret.What other conspiracy theories do you know of? Discuss what you know about them and present your ideas to the class.5
    6Home taskWill be:Goodbye3












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