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LESSON 1


Objectives:

  • to review some new lexical material

  • to develop students’ lexical, reading and speaking skills

Equipment: a textbook, presentation ppt, pictures.


  1. INTRODUCTION

T: Good morning children! Who is on duty today? Who is absent? What day is it today? The topic of our today’s lesson is “Travelling”. At this lesson you’ll learn the new words, word combinations, read the text, exchange the information on the basis of the text and a given situation.


  1. WARM UP

Match the English proverbs with their Ukrainians equivalents:

He that travels far knows much. Бідному зібратися – тільки підперезатися.

Poor man’s luggage is always light. Їдеш на день, хліба бери на тиждень.

Every departure has an arrival. Хто багато подорожує – багато знає.

For your day trip’s bread take a week’s spread. Усе добре, що на добре виходить.


  1. MAIN PART

  1. Revision of some lexical units

T: What things do you associate with the word “travelling”?




  1. Speaking

T: Look at the following pattern and speak about the reasons for travelling.

People like alone Usually on business

with friends they travel for pleasure

to travel with parents in search of advantages

with a dog out of curiosity

with grandparents to see the beauty of the world


When they go shopping Because exciting

travel they meet new people travelling is useful

like to make new friends fascinating

go sightseeing enjoyable

learn about traditions of their countries good for health


But disappointing Travelling broadens our outlook

sometimes expensive gives us life experience

it can be dangerous leaves unforgettable impressions

troublesome helps us explore the world

tiring allows us to understand other

people better


  1. ^ Reading




  1. pre-reading activity

T: Is travelling popular nowadays?

What means of travelling do you know?

How do you like to travel?

What is the best time for travelling?

Let’s read the text “Travelling”.


TRAVELLING

Travelling is very popular nowadays. Go to a railway station, a port or an airport in this country or abroad and you will see hundreds of people who want to go somewhere and to get there as quickly as possible.

The fastest way of travelling is by plane. With a modern airliner you can travel in one hour to a place which takes a day to travel by train.

Travelling by train is slower than by plane, but it never­theless has its advantages. You can see the country you are travelling through and not only the clouds as you are flying. There are sleepers and dining-cars in passenger trains which make even the longest journey enjoyable. Some people like to travel by ship and enjoy a sea voyage or a river trip.

Many people like to travel by car. Travelling by car also has its advantages: you will never miss your train, ship or plane; you can make your own time-table; you can stop wherever you wish.

Travelling by car is popular for pleasure trips while people usually take a train or a plane when they are travel­ling on business.

Travelling means getting about town too. There are many ways of getting about town. You may use tram, bus and trolley-bus routes, taxi service or the Metro.

Trams, trolley-buses and buses stop to pick up passen­gers at special stops.

Sometimes the tram, bus or trolley-bus you are on do not take you right to the place you want to go. In this case you have to take another tram, bus or trolley-bus. It means you have to change trams, buses or trolley-buses.

In the Metro we often have to change for other lines.


  1. after-reading activity

  1. agree or disagree

  • Travelling is very popular nowadays.

  • The fastest way of travelling is by train.

  • Travelling by plane is slower than by train.

  • Travelling by car hasn’t got any advantages.

  • Travelling means getting about the town, too.

  1. answer the questions

  • Is travelling popular nowadays? Prove it.

  • What is the fastest way of travelling?

  • Is travelling by train slower than by plane?

  • What advantages does it have?

  • Is travelling by car faster or slower than by train?

  • What are the advantages of travelling by car?

  • What are the ways of getting about the town?




  1. Writing

T: Fill in with “by ship”, “by bus”, “by car”, “by bike”, “by train”, “by plane”, “on foot”.


  1. SUMMING UP

T: The lesson is over. Thank you for your work during the lesson. Your hometask is to do ex. 1 on p. 80.



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