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Steps of the lesson


Types of work

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I. Org. moment

Good day, students! I am very glad to see you.

Take your seats. How are you? Are you ready for the lesson?

So lets start!

Students answer the questions

II. Identifying the lessons aims


a) Video Lets star jump!

I think that the topic of our lesson will be very interesting for you but I wont call it. You will do it yourselves. I would like you to watch a video. You should try to guess the theme of our todays lesson. ( 1)

Students watch the video

b) Brainstorming

Do you know what theme of our lesson is today? Can you call the topic of our lesson?

The theme of the lesson is

(c 2)

How do you think what aims of the lesson are there?

The aims of the lesson are

(c 3)

What will we do during our lesson?

We will

So, the theme of our lesson is Healthy Lifestyle. You will talk about how to stay healthy and make up a cluster on this theme. You are going to work upon the text, you will practice your listening and speaking skills.

During the lesson youre going to evaluate yourselves. Youve got stickers, smiles and evaluation papers. After each task you have to evaluate other groups, and give anyone points for the work.

Students answer the questions

III. Dividing into groups Fruit mix

There are pictures on my table. Please, stand up and choose one of the pictures. (The pictures are apples, oranges and mangos)

Look at your fruit and find the table you are to sit at. Apple is the first group. Orange is the second one. And Mango is the group number three.

Students choose the fruit and seat at their groups

IV. Cluster

a) Making up a cluster Healthy Lifestyle

What associations with healthy way of life do you have? Now, you should make up clusters Healthy Lifestyle. Brush up as many words on this theme as you can. Each group has a sheet of paper, markers and stickers. Make your clusters colourful and bright. Besides you have to present your work. You may choose one student from your group to present or you can do it altogether.

Students make up clusters

b) Presenting a cluster Healthy Lifestyle

- Its time to present your clusters. Please, come up to the board and present clusters. You may start your presentation with the words: For us healthy lifestyle is (are): . ( 4)

Students present their clusters

- Assess the clusters of the other groups. Put stickers on the preferable cluster.


I see you know many words on this topic. I hope, you will use them during the lesson.

V. Mixed chains

Before working upon the text and knowing about how to stay healthy well get acquaintance with new vocabulary. Each group has papers

with new words and their transcriptions, appropriate pictures and definitions to them. But they are mixed. Match the words, the

pictures and the definitions correctly using glue.


Healthy adj a person, who looks after his, or her, body or something which is good for you;

Fit adj If you are , you can do a lot of exercise without getting too tired;

Energy noun when you have , you fell strong and want to do lots of exercise;

Crisps noun a type of food made of very thin, flat pieces of potato;

Sugar noun a type of food that is used to make things sweet;

Cabbage noun a type of food with big green leaves that you cook;

Calcium noun something that is in some foods, for example cheese and milk;

Sardine noun a type of small fish ( 5)

Now, read the words and their definitions one by one.

Students match the words, pictures and definitions. Then read them one by one

- Exchange your papers, look at the board and compare the work of the other groups to the correct variant.


Is everything clear for you?

Students answers

VI. Work upon the text How to stay healthy

a) Listening Understand it

We all want to live healthily, but how to stay fit and healthy? The text we are going to read will help us to answer this question. Open your Class Books at p. 90, ex. 1,2.

Listen to the text.

Name three ways to stay healthy. (take lots of exercise, eat a healthy diet, drink lots of water and milk)

Students listen to the text and name three ways to stay healthy

b) Reading in groups Jigsaw

Now, each group should read one of the parts of the text.


(group 1) Take lots of exercise

Watching TV or playing computer games wont make you fit, but playing sports will. You can join a club or play with your friends in a park. If you dont like team sports, you can walk to school, go swimming or try skating instead. Regular exercise makes you feel stronger and gives you more energy.

(group 2) Eat a healthy diet

Sweets, chocolate and crisps are fun to eat sometimes, but it is not good to eat them every day. These foods contain too much sugar, fat or salt. Make sure you eat vegetables, such as cabbage, with every meal, and plenty of fruit, too. Fruit and vegetables help you stay healthy and

grow strong.

(group 3) Drink lots of water and milk

Water or juices are better for you than fizzy drinks because fizzy drinks contain lots of sugar. Eating a lot of sugar is bad for your teeth. One can of cola contains about nine teaspoons of sugar! Milk is good because it contains a lot of calcium. You need calcium to help your 206 bones to grow and keep your teeth strong. There is much calcium in a serving of a glass of milk, two sardines, cabbage, cheese, yogurt and beans.

( 6)

Students read the text in groups

c) Key idea

Identify the main idea of your part of the text.

Express the main idea of your part in one sentence.

Students identify the main idea in groups and express it

Show us your hand signals. (after each idea)

d) Filling in the gaps

- The next activity we are going to do is completing sentences. You should fill in the missing words into the sentences. You can see the text on the board.


1. Walking or skating are types of . (exercise)

2. You should eat with every meal. (fruit and vegetables)

3. There is a lot of in fizzy drinks. (sugar)

4. has got a lot of calcium. (milk)

5. Vegetables help you to stay . (fit)

6. Calcium keeps your strong. (bones)

Come up to the board and write the missing words. Read the sentences youve completed. .

( 7)

Each child fulfills the task on the papers. Students go to the board one by one and fill in the words with the interactive pen

- Please, applause to each other.


Youve done the task perfectly! Thank you for being active!

( 8)

VII. Relaxation time Lets Star Jump!

Now, children, lets relax a little. Stand up, watch the video and follow the actions.

Students dance following the actions

- Please, applause to each other.

VIII. Giving advice

a) Brushing up grammar Should

Find one modal verb in the previous activity. (Should)

Brush up when we use Should/Shouldnt. (We use Should/Shouldnt to say what is good and not good for you)

Students name the rule of the modal verb Should

b) Making up advice How to stay healthy

Each group has got a poster. You need 7 minutes to think over the advice on how to keep healthy lifestyle. Write them down on the posters.

Here are the criteria upon which the other groups will evaluate your work: ( 9)


6 sentences


New vocabulary

Students make up advice, write them down on the poster upon the criteria

c) Presenting the advice You should

Its time to present your advice.

Read your sentences.

One member of a group hangs the poster on the board, reads the sentences.

- Evaluate the poster u