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| Цілі уроку: р о зви в ати в м ін н я учнів ) щ одо м о н о л о гіч н о го та д іал о гіч н о го J м о в л е н н я у си туац ії; р о зш и р и т и та і п о гл и б и ти зн а н н я учнів, щ одо р о з| м ірів, ф о р м и , ваги, к о л ь о р ів , та м а| тер іал ів , з я к и х зр о б л ен і п р ед м ети , І а т а к о ж о п и су зо в н іш н о с ті л ю д и н и j та р и с її характеру; р о зв и в ати кульі туру сп іл к у в а н н я учнів за тем о ю І уроку, вм ін н я д ітей ви к л ад ати влас| ні д у м к и ; ви ховувати п овагу учн ів І д о л ю д ей р ізн и х н а ц іо н а л ь н о с те й та | р ізн о ї зо в н іш н о с ті; виховувати п о | чуття вв ічл и вості у сп іл к у в а н н і з р ізI н и м и л ю дьм и .

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(A bsolute adjectives: h o t, pretty, sim ­ ples, clever, m o d e m , terrible. C o m p arativ e adjectives: ho tter, prettier, sim pler, cleverer, m ore m o d e rn , m ore terrib le) Superlative adjectives: th e h o tte st, the prettiest, th e sim plest, th e cleverest, th e m ost terrib le) T. Now, we will be w orking n e a r the b la ck b o a rd w ith th e m issing form s o f adjectives: th e bluest

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\ \ Т. G o o d m o rn in g , pupils. T h e th em e o f

j o u r to d a y ’s lesson is “ It takes m an y

g e n t l e ........ th e u n h ap p iest c o m fo r ta b le ........ ...b ig g e r...

| kinds to m ake the w orld” . D uring o u r

d if fic u lt........

\ lesson we will describe th e things w hich

T, Look at th e b lack b o ard . T h e re are ir­ regular form s o f degrees o f th e c o m ­ p ariso n o f adjectives. R e m e m b er th e m an d do the task in your cards, please.

; are a ro u n d us; j a) th e size o f an object; j b) th e shape o f an object; I c) w hat is object m ade oh j A lso w e’ll speak ab o u t people, w e’ll de| scribe: | a) a p e rso n ’s ap p earan ce; b) a p e rso n ’s c h a ra c te r I I

II. Основна частина уроку (Speaking, W riting)

For (further/ farther) inform ation, f see Page 2. I 8) G ranny is the (eld est/ oldest) j m em ber o f the family. 9) Two passen g er talking on the bus: І ' W hat's the (nearest/ next) stop?” I 10) I bought the (latest/ last) cop y o f! today's paper. J T. Listen to the descriptions and guess what objcc& arc described here:

Well — b e tte r — best L ittle — less — least

1) T his object can be sm all or big. j Som etim es it is huge.

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It is usually big and high. It is usu-’ I ally m ade o f w ood. A nd is situated j in the co m e r o f a room . If you \ touch it. it feels firm and sm ooth. It | is hea'.y ar.d has got shelves, people j hang and nut their cloth es there, j (A wardrobe) !

Badly — worse — w orst

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T. N ow read your descriptions o f ob- j jects that you've done. j

M u c h — m o re — m ost F ar —

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You can find such object anywhere. There arc m any o f them in rocky plac- I es. It isusuaDy dark grey. It can be regu- j lar and irregular in shape. j I If it is big- it can be heavy. W hen you j touch it, it feels firm. It d o esn ’t sm ell. I People m ake houses, roads, walls o f it. Som etim es it is used in fights, j (A stone)

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T. Read the pan o f the text “T he story j bag” answer th e questions and find ad- \ je c th e s in it. j

I I T. R epeat adjectives after m e and give I y o u r exam ples:

1) farth er — farth est

I tin y (h o u se), bulky (w ardrobe), broad I (river), narrow (p ath ), sm o o th (ch eck ), | ro u g h (sh eet), sharp (axe), b lu n t (p en | cil), p o in te d (p en ), fluffy (pu p p y ), I heavy (bag), light (box), straight j (street), cool (sto n e), sto n e -c o ld j (juice), ice-co o l (w ater), p leasantly \ w arm (m ilk), p ip in g -h o t (soup).

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The story bag

1) o ld e r — oldest

1) n e a re r — n earest

2) eld er — eldest

2) nex t —

There on ce l:\ed a rich fam ily There j were nice, kindly and caring people and j had only on e child, a b o y The boy was j cheerful and bouncy and loved to listen j to stories told to him . W henever he met j a new person, his eyes lit up with inter- ( est and he used to say, "Tellme a story”, j And then he put the story he heard in | a small bag. Soon the bag was full o f I stories, and he had to push hard to get j each new story in. With each new story j the bag got heavier and firmer. The boy j grew into a handsom e young man and \ decided to get married. The w hole tarn- j ily were preparing for his w edding w hen j a devoted old servant heard a strange j knocking. It was night. The servant lit j a candle and looked around. He looked | and listened carefully and soon discov- j

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j p erson w hat p art o f speech we use? (An j adjective) j • W hat do we use if we w ant to c o m ­ pare objects o r p ersons (D egrees o f C om p ariso n o f adjectives) I • W hat form s o f adjectives do you know ? (A bsolute, com parative, su ­ perlative) j T. Please, w rite dow n your exam ples o f \ th ese adjectives.

1) l a t e r — latest

2) fu rth e r — fu rth est 2) la tte r — last

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H e know s English (b e tte r / best) th a n I, b ecause his E nglish is flu­ ent. Today th e team played (w o rse/ w orst) th a n it did yesterday. O f th e th ree books I like “ U ncle T o m ’s C a b in ” (less/ least). T h e new ex hibition is (fa rth e r/ far­ th est) from th e u n d erg ro u n d sta ­ tio n th a n th e old one. T h is b o o k is th e ( m o re / m ost) in ­ terestin g o f all I ’ve ever read. M ary ’s (o ld e r/ elder) sister has been staying in th e U SA for seven years now.

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I ered that the sound was com ing from

I th e bag hanging on th e wall. H e cam e і close to bag. W ithout any d o u b t it was I th e bag o f stories th e young m a ste r had I kept in his bo y h o o d an d h ad forgotten. I

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Answer the questions: What kind o f people were the m em bers o f the family? The boy was always sad, gloomy, w asn’t he?

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What was the hobby o f the boy? Where did the boy put all the sto­ ries he had ever heard? • What kind o f young m an was the boy before he got married? I • Who heard a strange knocking? j * What kind o f servant was he? | • Was the bag o f stories handing on I the wall o r standing in the co m er o f I the room ? I І 2. W hat adjectives can you find in this I text? W hat are they? (A bsolute, I com parative, superlative)

і Adjectives: rich, nice, cheerful, b o u n c y

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and com panion. It was P ooh to w hom the little b oy said “G o o d night” before falling asleep. E eyore, to o , was a p resen t. W ith tim e his n eck had g o n e d ow n an d th is h ad given him his sad an d g lo o m y look. Piglet w'as a present from a neighbour w'ho lived close b y Rabbit was invented. At first he was just the ow ner o f the hole in w hich Pooh got stuck and struggled to get free. Eve­ ry child remembers how o n ce Pooh was walking through the forest hum m ing to him self T ra-la-la, tra-la-la, T ra-la-la, tra-la-la, R u m -tu m -tid d le-u m -tu m T idd le-id dle. tid d le-id d le, T idd le-id dlc. tiddle-id dle, R u m -tu m -tu m -tu m -tid d le-u m .

W hen he saw a hole and found o ut th at Rabbit was in and he pushed his way through the hole, the two had a bite, after P o o h 'c o u ld n ’t clim b o ut o f the hole, through he pulled w ith his front paws and pushed w ith his back paws as hard as he could. For a long w'eek Pooh had to stay in the hole-and have no meals: n ot a bowl o f h o n ey n o t even a m outhful o f co n ­ densed m ilk-and only w hen he got th in ­ ner C hristopher Robin, Rabbit and R ab ­ b it’s friends and relations pulled Pooh out o f the “ tight place” .

I new, sm all, full, h ard , heavier, firm er, I h an d so m e, young, old, devoted, I strange, close. Both K anga and T iger arrived later, | were presen from C h risto p h e r’s I T. Now, look at they th e screen o f o u rt TV \ G o o d qualities p are n ts ent carefully I and w atch a sh o rt fragm o f th e ch d oo-sen so th a t th e y I P atien t akesom new' | cu m en ta ry film. could Ybu’ll msee e literary c h a r- c h a ra c te r’s. As I In d e p e n d e n t A. wMith ilne o nly h ad to | acters. D escribe A. th e m th esaid h elp“ ...you of I W ell-m annered look th at e mthto j these two tables, w hichatare e bsee lackat - o n c e th a t T iger ] C aring was b o u n c y Eeyore was g loom y and 1 board. j C heerful Piglet sq u eak y ” . Bad qualities I E d u cated P o o h ’s house w'as inside a n old w aln u t ill m a n n ered I S m art tree. T he tree w'as hollow inside an d it N asty I Progressive was easy to clim b in th ro u g h a big o p e n ­ Fussy \ Polite ing in th e trun k . It was th e p erfect tree B oring I Brave house for a five-year-old. T h is was U n h ap p y | K ind w'here C h risto p h e r an d Pooh played L onely I A ttractive th e ir q u iet, hap p y gam es together. S tupid 1 I A ttentive Lazy Tasks D ull Sad 1. M ake sure th a t you know these W icked w ords an d w ord co m b in atio n s. Lis­ U gly ten to th e text “ C h risto p h e r’s C areless T oys” . f

| T. Listen to th e text “ C h risto p h e r’s I Toys” and do th e task.

To h u m — м урм отіти

I Christopher’s Toys

“ tight p la ce " — «вузьке м істо», важ кі ум ови

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C hoose the right way to com plete the sentences. Pooh was only... y o u n g er th a n C h risto p h e r R o bin. a year; tw'o y e a r s ; th ree years. Eeyore looked gloom y b ecau se his... h ad gone down. a tail; ears; neck. Piglet was a present from ... a friend; a neighbour; an invented character. Rabbit was... a toy; an animal; a character. Pooh co u ld n ’t clim b out o f Rabbit’s hole because... he h ad ea te n a lot; he d id n ’t try hard ; R abbit d id n ’t w ant h im to go. Staying in th e h o le P ooh... h ad a bowl o f h o n ey every day; h ad som e c o n d e n se d m ilk every day; h ad no m eals at all. Tiger arrived... Pooh, E eyore an d Piglet. at th e sam e tim e as; earlier th a n ; later th a n . P o o h ’s h o u se w as... an old w aln u t tree, on; inside; under.

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T. A t th e en d o f o u r lesson I p ro p o se yo u r to c o m m e n t o n these: 1) Everyone is special by being different. 2) E verybody is d ifferen t b u t we are all equal. 3) D ifferen t peo p le o ften get o n well, 4) It takes m an y k inds to m ake th e w orld.

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At o u r lesson y o u ’ve w orked well, w e’ve spoken, read , w ritten , listen ed to th e text, d o n e th e tasks, so you m arks are... Your hom e task is to w rite the d escrip tio n o f o ne fam ous p erson in th e world.

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T h an k you for th e lesson. G o o d -b y e .

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