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 09.06.2016   

                                                                               

           ENGLISH   DEMO  LESSON  PLAN  FOR     THE  5th  GRADES.

  

Date:                                                       The 5 th  of   May.      

Day:                                                        Thursday.

Teacher:                                                 R.Xudaybergaanov

Levels:                                                    The 5th    “A”form .     

Time:                                                      45 minutes.

Theme:                                                   May Day Holiday.

 

Learning outcomes:

 

  1.  Educational:              to practise reading for gist, for specific information and for        detailed information
  2. Upbringing:                to introduce an English festival

                                      to raise PP awareness of the technique of remembering words by                                                           looking for pairs e.g. king and queen, or opposites e.g. young/old.

  1. Developing:                to develop reading,writing, speaking,listening skills.

Resources:                      picture, dictionary,flashcards,text book, the DVD of the book,      

                                          Different hand outs.

Type of the lesson:           Interactiveand work in groups.

 

T h e   p r o c e d u r e   o f   t h e   l e s s o n

1. Greeting:     The beginning of the lesson

2.  Warm-up:   Checking up the homework

 

T h e   m a i n  p a r t   o f   t h e   l e s s o n

Vocabulary:

dress   pick   king   queen   crown    ribbon   maypole

Activity 1 Look and answer.

Objective: to prepare for the next activity

Ask PP to look at the picture and answer the questions. You may get various answers to the last question. In this case do not be in a hurry to say which is true. PP will learn about the country when they read the text.

Activity 2a Read and choose a title.

Objective: reading for gist

PP read the text silently. As usual help them with the words marked by an asterisk . Then PP should choose the most suitable title, (title 2).

Activity 2b Look and match the sentences in 2a and the pictures.

Objective: reading for specific information

PP look at the pictures and find sentences in 2a to match these pictures. Answer key: a - The ribbons make a bright picture on the maypole, b - On May Day young people pick flowers and put them in their homes, с - They choose a May king and May queen and give them crowns of spring flowers.

Activity 2c Make pairs of words.

Objective: to raise PP awareness about words with opposite meaning and pairs of words

PP should make pairs of words opposite in meaning or pairs e.g. king and queen. Explain to PP the Answer key. 1c   2d   3b   4a

Activity 3 Listen, copy and complete.

Objective: to listen for detailed information

Ask PP to copy the numbers. Play the tape with pauses and let your PP fill in the blanks.

Tapescript

On May Day young people pick flowers and put them in their homes. Children like to dance round a Maypole. The Maypole is bright.

Activity 4 Say True or False.

Objective: reading for detailed information

Ask PP not only to say True or False but also to give true sentences instead of the false ones. e.g. May Day isn't a holiday in India. Or – May Day is a holiday in England. At the end of the lesson remind your PP about the usage of prepositions with holidays.

 

English lessons: Maypole and MayDay

by Isaura Villarino Ares

MAY DAY

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Roodmas was a Christian Mass celebrated in England at midnight on May 1.
Traditional English May Day rites and celebrations include Morris dancing, crowning a May Queen and celebrations involving a Maypole. Much of this tradition derive from the pagan Anglo-Saxon customs held during “Þrimilci-mōnaþ” (the Old English name for the month of May meaning Month of Three Milkings).
May Day has been a traditional day of festivities throughout the centuries. With Christianity came agricultural feasts such as Plough Sunday (the first Sunday in January), Rogationtide, Harvest Festival and May Day. It is most associated with towns and villages celebrating springtime fertility and revelry with village fetes and community gatherings. Since May 1st is the Feast of St Philip & St James, they became the patron saints of workers. Seeding has been completed by this date and it was convenient to give farm labourers a day off. Perhaps the most significant of the traditions is the Maypole, around which traditional dancers circle with ribbons.
https://ourc.files.wordpress.com/2011/04/maypole_dance.jpg?w=300&h=240The May Day bank holiday, on the first Monday in May, was traditionally the only one to affect the state school calendar, although new arrangements in some areas to even out the length of school terms mean that the Good Friday and Easter Monday bank holidays, which vary from year to year, may also fall during term time. The May Day bank holiday was created in 1978. In February 2011 the UK Parliament was reported to be considering scrapping the bank holiday associated with May Day, replacing it with a bank holiday in October, possibly co-inciding with Trafalgar Day (celebrated on 21 October), to create a “United Kingdom Day”,.
May day was abolished and its celebration banned by puritan parliaments during the Interregnum, but reinstated with the restoration of Charles II in 1660. 1 May 1707 was the day the Act of Union came into effect, joining England and Scotland to form the Kingdom of Great Britain.
In Oxford, it is traditional for May Morning revellers to gather below the Great Tower of Magdalen College at 6.00am to listen to the college choir sing traditional madrigals as a conclusion to the previous night’s celebrations. It is then thought to be traditional for some people to jump off Magdalen Bridge into the River Cherwell. However this has actually only been fashionable since the 1970s. In recent years the bridge has been closed on 1 May to prevent people from jumping, as the water under the bridge is only 2 feet (61 cm) deep and jumping from the bridge has resulted in serious injury in the past yet there are still people who insist on climbing the barriers and leaping into the water, causing injury.
In Durham, students of the University of Durham gather on Prebend’s Bridge to see the sunrise and enjoy festivities, folk music, dancing, madrigal singing and a barbecue breakfast. This is an emerging Durham tradition, with patchy observance since 2002.
Whitstable, Kent hosts a good example of more traditional May Day festivities, where the Jack in the Green festival was revived in 1976 and continues to lead an annual procession of morris dancers through the town on the May Bank Holiday. A separate revival occurred in Hastings in 1983 and has become a major event in the town calendar. A traditional Sweeps Festival is performed over the May bank holiday in Rochester, Kent where the Jack In the Green is woken at dawn on the 1st of May by Morris dancers.
The Maydayrun involves thousands of motorbikes taking a 55-mile (89 km) trip from London(Locksbottom) to the Hastings seafront, East Sussex. The event has been taking place for almost 30 years now and has grown in interest from around the country, both commercially and publicly. The event is not officially organised; the police only manage the traffic, while volunteers manage the parking.
Padstow in Cornwall holds its annual ‘Obby-Oss’ day of festivities. This is believed to be one of the oldest fertility rites in the UK; revellers dance with the Oss through the streets of the town and even through the private gardens of the citizens, accompanied by accordion players and followers dressed in white with red or blue sashes who sing the traditional ‘May Day’ song. The whole town is decorated with springtime greenery, and every year thousands of onlookers attend. Prior to the 19th century distinctive May day celebrations were widespread throughout West Cornwall , and are being revived in St. Ives and Penzance.
Kingsand, Cawsand and Millbrook in Cornwall celebrate Flower Boat Ritual on the May Day bank holiday. A model of the ship The Black Prince is covered in flowers and is taken in procession from the Quay at Millbrook to the beach at Cawsand where it is cast adrift. The houses in the villages are decorated with flowers and people traditionally wear red and white clothes. There are further celebrations in Cawsand Square with Morris dancing and May pole dancing.

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Scotland

In St Andrews, some of the students gather on the beach late on April 30 and run into the North Sea at sunrise on May Day, occasionally naked. This is accompanied by torchlit processions and much elated celebration.
Both Edinburgh and Glasgow organize Mayday festivals and rallies. In Edinburgh, the Beltane Fire Festival is held on the evening of May eve and into the early hours of May Day on the city’s Calton Hill.
1 May 1707 was the day the Act of Union came into effect, joining England and Scotland to form the Kingdom of Great Britain.

https://ourc.files.wordpress.com/2011/04/flag-of-ulster.jpg?w=490Ireland

A traditional May Day has been celebrated in Ireland since pagan times as the feast of Bealtaine and in latter times as Mary’s day, bonfires are lit to mark the coming of summer and to banish the long nights of winter. (Officially Irish Mayday bank holiday is now on the first Monday in May). In modern times may day is associated with anti-government rallies. Which are held every year on this date. Old traditions such as bonfires are no longer held.

MAYPOLE DANCING ON MAY DAY
 

A maypole is a tall wooden pole erected as a part of various European folk festivals, particularly on May Day, or Pentecost (Whitsun).
Pairs of boys and girls (or men and women) stand alternately around the base of the pole, each holding the end of a ribbon. They weave in and around each other, boys going one way and girls going the other and the ribbons are woven together around the pole until the merry-makers meet at the base.
In some regions, a somewhat different Maypole tradition existed: the carrying of highly decorated sticks. The sticks had hoops or cross-sticks or swags attached, covered with flowers, greenery or artificial materials such as crepe paper. Children would take these hand-held poles to school on May Day morning and prizes may be awarded for the most impressive. This tradition is known as garlanding, and was a central feature of Mayday celebrations in central and southern England until the mid-19th century. After that time, it began to be replaced by formally organised school-centred celebrations. It still occurs from place to place but is invariably a reinstatement of a local custom that had lapsed decades earlier.

 

The End of the lesson:

  1.  Marking:                        All pupils.
  2.  Homework:                      Ex:3
  3.  Conclusion:                      Our English Demo lesson is over stand up  Good bye!  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Xorazm viloyat Urganch tumani xalq ta`limi muassasalari faoliyatini metodik ta`minlash va tashkil etish bo`limiga qarashli 38-sonli umumiy o`rta ta`lim maktabining ingliz tili fani o`qituvchisi Muhabbat Sabirovaning

Ingliz tili Fan oyligi bo`yicha  o’tgan   ochiq

                       Dars ishlanmasi.

     

 

 

 

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  Xorazm viloyati Urganch tumanidagi 38-sonli umumiy o’rta ta’lim maktabining Ingliz tili fani  oqituvchsi Muhabbat Sabirovaning 2016 yil 5 May kuni 5-A sinfida ingliz tili fanidan o’tkazgan ochiq  darsining  tahlili.

                                                 Bayonnomasi.

  2016 yil 5 May.                                                        38-sonli maktab

                                     Dars tahlilida ishtirok etganlar:

1.Maktab direktori:     Z.Qurbonboyeva.

2.TTIBDO’:                 R. Begova.                  

3. Maktab o’qituvchilari.

 

                                                  Eshitildi:                                                                                            

 

            Maktab direktori Z.Qurbonboyeva dars yuzasidan o’z fikrini bildirib:

R.Xudayberghanov darsni yaxshi tashkil qilganligini,  dars jarayonida turli metodlardan foydalana olganligini va o’quvchilarning faolgi yetarli ekanligini hamda  barcha o’quvchilar darsda qatnashgani uchun rag’batlantirilib borilganini aytib o’tdi. Natijada dars mobaynida o’quvchilar  ingliz tilida  o’z ona tilida gaplashganday bemalol gaplasha olganini aytib o’tdi. Bundan tashqari darsni AKTdan foydalangan holda olib bordi. Mavzu o’quvchilar yoshiga mos, tilga qiziqishlari katta dars namunali tashkil qilingan va mavzudagi barcha mashqlardan unumli foydalandi.

 Maktabning TTIBDO’ R. Begova dars yuzasidan o’z fikrini bildirdi:

    Darslikda  berilgan mavzu o’quvchilarning yoshiga va bilim darajasiga mos.             O’qituvchi  multimediya ilovadan, turli metodlardan unumli foydalangan holda dars           juda mazmunli o’tdi. O’quvchilarning xato talaffuzinio’qituvchi  o’z vaqtida so’zlarni takrorlatish orqali to’g’irlab bordi.

       Maktabning ingliz tili fani  o’qituvchisi R. Xudayberganov va D. Xodjaniyozovalar ham dars yuzasidan o’z fikrlarini bildirdilar:  O’qituvchi  bu dars o yuzasidan berilgan  metodik qo’llanma va materiallardan o’z vaqtida unumli foydalana oldi. O’quvchilarning talaffiuzi yaxshi so’zlarni anig va rovon ifodalay oladilar. Umuman olganda o’quvchilar  va o’qituvchi  darsda berilgan barcha mashqlardan unumli fodalandi va dars juda qiziqarli bo’ldi.                                                                  Darsda qatnashganlarning fikrlari inobatga olinib ingliz tili fani o’qituvchi R.Xudayberghanov 5-A  sinfida o’tkazgan darsi namunali deb topildi.   

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

      Xorazm viloyati Urganch tumanidagi 38-sonli umumiy o’rta ta’lim maktabining Ingliz tili fani  oqituvchsi R.Xudayberganov 2017 yil 21 May kuni 5-ABD sinflarida ingliz tili fanidan  fan oyligiga bag'ishlab  o’tkazgan  “Funny English” tadbiri

 

                            M A’ L U M O T N O M A S I.

 

    Maktabning ingliz tili fani o’qituvchisi R.Xudayberganov 2017 yil 21 May kuni 5-ABD sinf o’quvchilari o’rtasida  ingliz tili fan oyligi munosabati bilan “Funny English”  tadbirini o’tkazdi. Tadbirda maktab direktori  Zumrad Qurbonboyeva,  Ma’naviy ma’rifiy ishlar bo’yicha direktor o’rinbosari  O'.Adamov , maktab o’qituvchilari va 5-6 sinf o’quvchilari ishtirok etdilar.  Maktab direktori Z.Qurbonboyeva tadbir yuzasidan o’z fikrini bildirdi.

R.Xudayberganov tadbirni yaxshi tashkil qilganligini, tadbirda 5-6 sinf o’quvchilarining barchasi ishtirok etganligini  tadbir jarayonida turli  qiziqarli metodlardan foydalana olganligini va o’quvchilarning tilga qiziqishi  katta ekanligini, o’qituvchi turli ko’rgazmalardan va AKTdan foydalanganligini alohida uqtirib o’tdi. Tadbirdagi shartlar  o’quvchilarning yoshiga mos, o’quvchilarning fanga qiziqishlari juda katta, tadbir  namunali o’tganligini   ham aytib o’tdi.

    Maktabning  MMIBDO’  SH.Rustamova ham tadbir yuzasidan  so’zlab barcha tadbirdan ma’naviy ozuqa olganligini,o’qituvchi  ingliz tilidagi  turli  qiziqarli o’yin metodlaridan unumli foydalangan holda   tadbir namunali o’tganligini aytib o’tdi.

     Maktabning ingliz tili fani  o’qituvchilari va fan o’qituvchlaridan M.Ollaqulova, D.Po’latova va R. Xudayberganovlar ham o’z fikrlarini aytib o’tdilar.     O’quvchilarning nutqi, talaffuzi ravon ekanlidini ko’pgina ingliz tilidagi she’r, qo’shiq,  va so’zlarni yod olganliklarini, tadbirda shartlar bo’yicha 5ABD sinf o’quvchilari interfaol o’yinlardan foydalanib qiziqarli tashkil qilinganligi aytib o’tdilar.                                                         

     Tadbirda qatnashganlarning fikrlari inobatga olinib ingliz tili fani o’qituvchi  M. Sabirovaning 5-ABD  sinflarida o’tkazgan” Funny English”  tadbiri namunali deb topildi.

 

 

 

 

                                         

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