Healthy lifestyle 5 сынып

Lesson
theme:
Healthy
lifestyle

School: 14

Date: 19.04.2019

Teacher name: Tashenova
Makpal Serikovna

CLASS: 5

Number
present:
10

Absent: 0

Learning objectives that
this lesson is contributing
to

.L2 understand an increasing range of unsupported
basic questions which ask for personal
information

5.L8 understand supported narratives, including
some extended talk, on an increasing range of general and
curricular
topics

5.S1 provide basic
information about themselves and others at sentence level on an
increasing range of general topics

5.S6 communicate
meaning clearly at sentence level during, pair, group and whole
class exchanges

5.R6 recognise the
attitude or opinion of the writer in short texts on a limited range
of general and curricular topics

5.UE2 use
quantifiers
many ,
much , a
lot of ,a few
on a limited range of
familiar general and curricular
topics

Lesson
objectives

All learners will be able
to:

Most learners will be able
to:

Some learners will be able
to:

Language
objectives

Learners
can
understand most specific
information about the Health
problem

Useful classroom language
for dialoguewritin
?

What do you do to be
healthy?

What do you
eat?

Writing
prompts:
answering, dividing,
correcting
mistakes.listening.

Previous
learning:

Reading book, active board ,
cards.etc.

Plan

Planned
timings

Planned activities (replace
the notes below with your planned
activities)

Resources

Start (1-2
min.)

3
min.

6
min

5min

        • Greeting.

        • Circle of joy: “I
          believe in you because you are …”

          (attentive, polite, gentle,
          kind, hospitable, clever, energetic, friendly, brave, peaceful,
          successful). The students stand in a circle and say “I believe in
          you because you are …” each
          other.

        • Warm-up .Sing a
          song

Head, shoulders, knees and
toes,

Eyes and ears and mouth and
nose,

Head, shoulders, knees and
toes.

Verse
3:

Head, shoulders, knees and
toes,

Head, shoulders, knees and
toes,

Eyes and ears and mouth and
nose,

Head, shoulders, knees and
toes.

Find the sentence in the
each line:Slide 1.

  1. Assessment:

A teacher assesses the groups
by stickers

Complete the healthy food
or unhealthy food

Compliments and wishes” Heart
with words

Pictures

sheet of paper,
felt-tips

Interactive board, cards,
felt-tips, dictionary, A3

Middle
(2-8min.)

5
min

6
min.

I never _______________________ about my
health until recently. When I was a kid, I _______________________
exercise. Even in my twenties and thirties I was very
_______________________ ill. I have been lucky all my life – always
_______________________ health. I rarely get even a cold. I suppose
_______________________ with you. Now I seem to be getting lots of
little _______________________. I should go to the doctor for a
health check, but I’m too busy. The older you get, the
_______________________ about your health. One good thing is that
I’m eating more healthily now _______________________. I no longer
have fast food and midnight snacks. I also sleep
_______________________. I’ve read that getting seven or eight
hours sleep every night _______________________ best things you can
do for your health.

  1. Assessment:

       . What should and shouldn’t you do to protect
our health? 

You …. eat
vegetables 

You… drink hot milk with
honey 

You… eat unfresh
food 

You… sleep 8 hours a
day 

You… walk to much in a cold
weather 

You…drink cold
water 

You…air the
room 

You… drink much
coffee 

You…eat a lot of
sweets 

  • Assessment:

  • A teacher assesses the groups
    by flower stickers (green – excellent, yellow – good, red –
    satisfactory).

  • 2 groups assess each other by
    hands: palm – excellent, 2 fingers – good, fist –
    satisfactory.

Fill in the gaps in the
table: Look at the table match them to the
meanings


1. Healthy sleep 
2. Healthy food 
3. Healthy way of living 
4. Taking regular
exercise 

b. no smoking, no drinking
alcohol

c. get up early and go to bed
early 
d. d.go in for sport 

e.eat fresh fruits and
vegetables

  • A teacher gives the
    grups
    Assessment:

  • A teacher assesses the groups
    by flower stickers (green – excellent, yellow – good, red –
    satisfactory).

  • 2 groups assess each other by
    geometric figures: circle – excellent, square – good, triangle –
    satisfactory.

Interactive board, cards,
felt-tips, dictionary

Flower basket, stickers,
smiles

A4, felt-tips, dictionary,
interactive board

Flower basket,
stickers, flowers

End
(1-3min.)

Reflection
list

Name:
_____________ Form: ______

At English lesson I
was …active/passive

The English lesson
was … short/long

During the class I
was … tired/not tired

My mood became …
better/worse

The tasks were …
clear/not clear

Giving
homework:
to write essay for the topic

Pictures, cards with
sentences, dictionary

Additional
information

Differentiation –
how do you plan to give more support? How do you plan to challenge
the more able learners?

Assessment – how are you
planning to check learners’
learning?

Cross-curricular
links

Health and safety
check

ICT
links

Values
links

Reflection

Were the lesson
objectives
/learning objectives realistic?
What did the learners learn today? What was the learning atmosphere
like?

Did my planned
differentiation work well? Did I stick to timings? What changes did
I make from my plan and why?

Use the space
below to reflect on your lesson. Answer the most relevant questions
from the box on the left about your
lesson.

Summary
evaluation

What two things went
really well (consider both teaching and
learning)?

1: learners use
dialogue speech in a group.

2: they can do some
tasks in time.

What two things
would have improved the lesson (consider both teaching and
learning)?

1: to use more
difficult methods.

2: to ensure groups
with A B and C learners
equally.

What have I learned
from this lesson about the class or individuals that will inform my
next lesson?

To make cards for
different categories of learners like A B and C, to give full
answers for given questions.

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