Розробка уроку англійської мови, 5 клас “Can/can’t (ability)”
Автор: вчитель англійської мови Огаркова Вікторія Ігорівна
Topic: Can/can’t (ability)
New Challenges 1, page 17
Aim: to introduce & practice can/can’t.
To practice the usage of key words (abilities and activities);
To practice pair work;
To practice the usage of can/can’t;
To practice sentence builder.
Level: elementary/pre-intermediate, A1-A2
Aim: to practice the usage of the Key Words
Show the flashcards with abilities and activities and ask children to repeat them.
Act, cook, dance, draw, paint, play a musical instrument, play chess, ride a bike, sing, speak Chinese, swim, take photos, use a computer, write stories
Aim: to introduce can/can’t
Read the text and ask students to underline the word that means “to be able to do something/ability”
|Today we are going to talk about my classmates. They are really different and can do a lot of things. Anna can paint beautiful pictures, but she can’t write stories. Mark can play football, but he can also speak English and German languages. Mary is from China, so she can cook sushi. Her brother can sing, but he can’t cook. We can do a lot thing together and we help each other every day.|
Write on the blackboard
Can / can’t → abilities
Formation of affirmative, negative sentences, Yes/No questions, short answers and Wh-Questions
Aim: to practice pronunciation (AmE & BrE)
Explain children that the strong pronunciation of can is used in short affirmative answers and at the beginning of questions.
New Challenges SB ex. 5 p. 17
Aim: to practice the usage of can/can’t
Choose the card with activity and make sentences with can/can’t
Ride a bike, write stories, play chess, dance, cook, paint, read, speak English etc.
Aim: to practice listening skills
Listen to the interview and put tick or cross in the bold.
|ride a bike|
Ryan is 12 years old. He is a student. He likes sport very much. He plays tennis every day, because he wants to become a famous tennis star. That’s why he is learning languages, English and Spanish. He can speak English better than Spanish. At the weekends he likes to have a walk in the park or he can ride a bike. The only thing he hates is writing. He can’t write stories, but he likes to read them.
Laura is 11 years old. She can cook. Her dream is to become a chief. She is not into sport, but she can ride a bike with her friends. Her mother is a tennis player. She can play tennis, but Laura can’t. In the evening, Laura takes her diary and read the stories from it. She can write stories. Laura is Spanish, so she can speak Spanish. Also, she can speak English. Her aunt is from England, so they practice English almost every day.
Aim: to enable children to use and/but for joining similar or contrasting ideas
Give cards with activities and tell the children to make sentences using and or but.
Ex.: I can dance, but I can’t speak English.
I can swim and I can ride a bike.
Aim: to practice pair work and sentence building
Using the KW (activities and abilities) ask your children to make two spider grams “I can”/“I can’t”. Compare them with your partner. What do you have the same? What can you do? What can’t you do?
Ex.: I can swim, but Anna can’t swim.
Anna and I can ride a bike.
Take your spider gram, choose two more students from your group and ask him/her:
Can you ____?
Yes, I can.
No, I can’t.
Tell about your partners.
Aim: to practice speaking skills and sentence builder
Make an interview. One student chooses a flashcard with activity and puts it into the box. The rest of children need to guess it.
Ex.: Can you swim?
No, I can’t.
Can you ride a bike?
No, I can’t.
Can you play football?
Yes, I can.
What can you do?
I can make sentences with can/can’t.
I can pronounce can in AmE and BrE.
I can write sentences using can/can’t.
Make a spider gram about your family members using can and can’t.