"Степени сравнения прилагательных"

Автор: Мустафина Альфира Шафиковна
Должность: учитель английского языка
Учебное заведение: МАОУ "СОШ №109"
Населённый пункт: город Пермь, Пермский край
Наименование материала: Разработка урока английского языка
Тема: "Степени сравнения прилагательных"
Дата публикации: 07.01.2016







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Урок по английскому языку по теме «Степени сравнения прилагательных»
Таблица учеников группы 6 класса (по видам речевой деятельности и уровню подготовленности).


Student

Level

Vocabulary

Grammar

Reading

Listening

Writing

Speaking
1. Olga – open, hard- working, responsible. She likes reading books. Pre-inter- midiate Excellent: general information about yourself, travelling, wonders of nature, family. Good: Present Simple, Past Simple (questions, full and short answers). Excellent: detailed understanding of the texts. She is good at listening and understanding what she hears. Some mistakes in constructions. Speaks about herself, family, different ways of travelling, wonders of nature with examples. 2. Polina S. – hard- working, likes dancing. Pre-inter- midiate Good: can use new words in the right way. Good: sometimes mixes up the forms of the verbs. Good: a good practice in reading. Can hear her classmates and CD. Makes some mistakes, passes some letters in the words, especially endings. Likes talking about herself, travelling, family. But as for wonders of nature only in a short way. 3. Alyona – neat and careful, creative. Pre-inter- midiate Good: can use new words correctly. Good: Present Simple, Past Simple (questions, full and short answers). Is good at reading, likes using a vocabulary. Hears and understandings what classmates talk about and CD. Good at writing. Talk about herself, her family, travelling in a frequent way. 4. Andrey – sociable and talkative. Pre-inter- midiate Good: can use information correctly. Good: his practice is good. Good: understands the meaning of the text. Can hear his classmates, understands CD. Is lazy to write. Speaks much about himself, family, ways of travelling. 5. Liza Y. is accurate, friendly, kind and polite. She is interested in music. Elementary She can speak about her family, herself, travelling and wonders of nature but not Good: sometimes she makes some mistakes in using grammar structures. She understands the context of short texts but not long ones. She has clear ideas about the speech of her classmates but not CD. She can write but mixes words and spells them in correctly. She can speak well but only themes which she has prepares at home.
fully. 6. Polina K. is very active at the lessons. She is a creative. Elementary Good: She can speak about her family, herself, travelling and wonders of nature but not fully. Good: sometimes she makes some mistakes in using grammar structures. Good: She understands the context of short texts but not long ones. Good: She has clear ideas about the speech of her classmates but not CD. She makes some mistakes but corrects them herself. She speaks fluently but makes some mistakes. 7. Zhenya is modest. He is always ready to speak. Elementary Good: he learns words in every them. But he can’t use them is a write way. Good: he knows Present Simple, Past Simple. It’s difficult for him to make up questions. Good: Not full understanding of long texts. CD is hard for him to understand. The replies of his classmates are understood by him. His writing is good. He speaks fluently but he makes some mistakes. 8. Dasha is shy but she is offended about her marks. Elementary She is good at speaking about her family, herself. She knows the rules but it’s difficult. Good: she understands only short texts. She can hear and understand her classmates, but not CD. Some mistakes. Spelling is not good. She speaks not much. 9. Slava – is naughty, not obedient. Elementary Good: He uses the vocabulary in a good way. He knows all the rules, can use them in his speech. His reading is good, he understands what he reads. Can hear and understand his classmates. CD is good. Some mistakes in writing but he can correct them. Some mistakes in speech. He can’t use his own ideas when he speaks. 10. Daniil K. – is sociable and talkative. Elementary He is good at such themes as “Family”, “About Myself”. He knows some grammar rules. His reading is good, but he sometimes doesn’t understand the context. CD is bad. He doesn’t like writing at all. He can speak very well, but makes many mistakes. 11. Gosha – is good at drawing. He loses his attention very quickly. Elementary He learns all the new words. Good: he knows Present Simple, Past Simple. Some mistakes in questions. His reading is good, but he sometimes doesn’t understand the context. CD is difficult for him. He writing is poor. He can use some sentences only. He doesn’t like to correct his mistakes.
12. Violetta – is very shy. She is lazy. Elementary Bad: she knows the vocabulary for the lessons but she doesn’t know how to use it. Good: he knows Present Simple, Past Simple. Some mistakes in questions and in answers. Her reading is not good. CD is difficult for her. She tries but she can’t sometimes. It’s difficult to talk for her. Her answers are short. 13. Daniil L. is friendly and well-brought- up. Elementary He learns the vocabulary. Learns rules but doesn’t know how to use them in speech. His reading is not bad, but he doesn’t understand what he is reading. CD is difficult for him. Understanding of his classmates is not full. Some mistakes. Many mistakes in speech, but he tries to speak. 14. Liza P. is very shy. She is interested in art. She wants to be an artist. Beginner He vocabulary is poor. Learns rules but doesn’t know how to use them in speech. His reading is not bad, but he doesn’t understand what he is reading. CD is difficult for him. Understanding of his classmates is not full. Many mistakes in writing. Many mistakes in speech. His speech is poor. 15. Dima is bad- organised, he does his homework not fully. Beginner Bad: learns new words but forgets very quickly. He needs much practice. Learns rules but doesn’t know how to use them in speech. His reading is not bad, but he doesn’t understand what he is reading. CD is difficult for him. Understanding of his classmates is not full. Many mistakes in writing. Many mistakes in speech. His speech is poor. 16. Vanya – shy, he is afraid to talk. Beginner Bad: his vocabulary is not rich. His memory is short. Learns rules but doesn’t know how to use them in speech. His reading is not bad, but he doesn’t understand what he is reading. CD is difficult for him. Understanding of his classmates is not full. Many mistakes in writing. Many mistakes in speech. His speech is poor.
It’s better to distribute all the students in pairs: 1. Olga – Vanya 2. Polina S. – Dima 3. Alyona – Liza P. 4. Andrey – Daniil L. 5. Liza Y. – Violetta 6. Polina K. – Gosha 7. Zhenya – Daniil K. 8. Dasha – Slava The task: students learn superlatives and use them to compare more than two things.
I.  Write a mixture of correct and incorrect comparatives on the board, e.g. cheaper, windyier, more dangerouser, badder, more cloudy, colder, better, more expensive, cool, dryer, wetter, biger.  Put students in pairs. Give them two minutes to go through the list and make corrections where necessary.  Go through as a class. II. Tell students to cover the text. Ask students the questions:
Are the Andes mountains? Are the Andes in North America? Is the Atacama Desert in Chile? Is it the driest place in the world? Is the River Amazon the widest river in the world? III. Go through the rules. #1.
#2. #3. Tell students to cover the superlatives forms. Say a base adjective or a comparative form. Repeat all the examples given in the table. Put students in pairs practise. Focus on the irregular superlatives. Drill the examples as a class and individually. Point out that there are very few irregular superlatives in English but that students need to learn them.
White:
The driest place of the world is the Atacama Desert. Lloro is wettest place in the world. Copacabana is the beautifulest beach in the world. On the board. Put a cross next to the sentences to show they are incorrect. Ask students to correct them.
Elicit:
The driest place in the world is the Atacama Desert. Lloro in the wettest place in the world. Copacabana is the most beautiful beach in the world. IV. Do the examples in pairs: It’s the oldest book in the world.
It’s the best hotel in the world. It’s the longest river in the world. It’s the fastest animal in the world. (Students give their own examples) V. Ask students if they know any world records and ask (give them 5 minutes) them to write them down. The teacher can use a map, some pictures and portraits of famous people, pictures from magazines. For weaker students the teacher can give the exercise to complete sentences.
VI. Tell students to think about the city we are living in now and make notes. Monitor.