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Match both columns Mach the colons and made word combinations To clean the pets To iron with a dishwasher machine To wash up a carpet To lay the flat tidy To polish the floor with the broom To sweep the living room To water the furniture To air the plants To keep the festive table To feet clothes
Present Perfect Continuous Have + been +V+ -ing Has I have been ironing for an hour. She has been playing cricket all morning.
How make negative and question You have not been cooking all day. You haven’t been working in the garden. He has not been speaking for one hour. Have they been studying? Yes, they have. No, they have not/haven’t. Has he been planting trees? Yes, he has. No, he has not/ hasn’t.
Remember! You can use expressions: For, since, how long, all day /week/month/year. My parents have been living here since 1964. Mary has been talking with her friend for two hour. How long have you been studying English?
Note Don’t use the Present Perfect Continuous with the verb which mean mental activity or emotions: believe, like, know. Use the Present Perfect with these verbs. She has know Ban since the 1st form.
Practicing Example: Max began building his house 3 months ago. He hasn’t finished it yet. Max has been building his house for 3 months. 1) Jane went to the market two hours ago. She hasn’t come back yet. 2) Granny started cooking three hours ago. She hasn’t finished yet. 3) I started washing-up twenty minutes ago. I haven’t finished yet. 4) The children started tidying their room an hour ago. 5) Grandpa went to work in the garden at 8 o’clock in the morning. He hasn’t come home yet.
Work in pair Example: Peter / cook pizza / half an hour – How long has Peter been cooking pizza? – He has been cooking pizza for half an hour. 1) Jenny / walk the dog / two hours 2) Ron / warm up food in the microwave oven / three minutes 3) The children / plant trees / all day 4) Father / fix the iron / all morning 5) Nelly / make the salad / ten minutes 6) The girls / baby-sit / since afternoon
Vocabulary a kettle- чайник a pan- каструля, сковорода a teapot- чайник (для заварки) a tablecloth- скатертина seldom- рідко to boil- кипіти to dry- сушити to fry- смажити to pour- лити to prefer- віддавати перевагу to serve- обслуговувати
Please, use this words… I think that is… In my opinion … I agree… I disagree… I think you are wrong… It is true… It is fails… You are right…
Homework 1. Learn new words p. 56 2.Write ex.5 p. 55 3.write recipe of your favorite dish
Конспект уроку з англійської мови 7 клас
Тема: Житло “Мій дім та мої обов’язки в ньому”
Мета: Повторити й активізувати вживання вже вивчених лексичних одиниць з теми та на рівні зв’язних висловлювань. Ознайомити учнів з утворенням та вживанням часової форми дієслова (Present Perfect Continuous). Розвивати монологічне та діалогічне мовлення, навички читання;
розвивати пам’ять та логічне мислення;
виховувати пізнавальний інтерес, повагу до родини.
Тип уроку: комбінований
Обладнання: прислів’я, пісня для фонетичної зарядки, комп’ютерні презентації дітей («Моя квартира», «Домашні обов’язки»)та презентація вчителя, роздавальний матеріал(картки з граматичним завданням), мультимедійний проектор, DVD програвач.
The Course of the Lesson
I. The Beginning of the Lesson.
1. Organizing the class for the lesson.
T.: Good morning, pupils! I’m glad to see you!
P.: Good morning, teacher! We are glad to see you too.
T.: How are you today?
P1.: I am fine.
P2: Not so bad.
2. Warm-up activities. Slide 1
T: Today the topic of our lesson is household duties. Let’s remember one song which we learned sometime late.
T.: There is an English proverb: “If each would sweep before his own door, we should have a clean street”. Do you agree with it? Why?
P1.: I think that …
P2.: I totally agree … because …
P3.: I disagree … because …
II. The Main Body of the Lesson
1.T: Let’s revise some words on the topic. Slide 2
T.: Your homework for today was to speak about your house holding duties. Do you help your parents about the house? What do you do? How often do you do chores?
3. Grammar task
T.: The grammar of our lesson is the Present Perfect Continuous Tense. It is used:
· for actions which started in the past and continue up to the present;
· for continuous actions which have visible results or effect in the present;
· to put emphasis on duration.
We form the Present Perfect Continuous Tense with have/has been + -ing form of the verb.
+ I have been waiting.
-We have not been waiting.
? Has he been waiting?
With the Present Perfect Continuous Tense you can use time expressions: for, since, all morning / day / week / month / year, how long.
4. Practicing new material.
Now, open your books and copy-books. Your task is to make sentences using the Present Perfect Continuous as in the example. (Ex. 2 p. 55 “English 7” O. Karpiuk).
Example: Max began building his house 3 months ago. He hasn’t finished it yet.
Max has been building his house for 3 months.
1) Jane went to the market two hours ago. She hasn’t come back yet.
2) Granny started cooking three hours ago. She hasn’t finished yet.
3) I started washing-up twenty minutes ago. I haven’t finished yet.
4) The children started tidying their room an hour ago.
5) Grandpa went to work in the garden at 8 o’clock in the morning. He hasn’t come home yet.
Let’s work in pairs, ask and answer questions using the clues as in the example. (Ex. 3 p. 55 “English 7” O. Karpiuk).
Example: Peter / cook pizza / half an hour
– How long has Peter been cooking pizza?
– He has been cooking pizza for half an hour.
1) Jenny / walk the dog / two hours
2) Ron / warm up food in the microwave oven / three minutes
3) The children / plant trees / all day
4) Father / fix the iron / all morning
5) Nelly / make the salad / ten minutes
6) The girls / baby-sit / since afternoon
T.: Now tell me what you have been doing all day yesterday?
P.: I have been …
4. Presenting new material.
Today we are going to read the text “Householding Chores” (Ex. 1 p. 56 “English 7” O. Karpiuk).First of all let’s learn The New Vocabulary.
a pan-каструля, сковорода
a teapot- чайник (для заварки)
a tablecloth- скатертина
to boil- кипіти
to dry- сушити
to fry- смажити
to pour- лити
to prefer- віддавати перевагу
to serve- обслуговувати
to do chores- займатися хатньою роботою
to do householding (duties)- виконувати домашню роботу (обов’язки)
5. Practising new material.
T.: So open your books. Look at the picture. What is this text about?
P1.: I think this text is about …
P2.: To my mind we will read about …
T.: Let’s read the story and find out if your ideas were correct.
T.: While reading the text find the sentences that prove the following statements:
1) the mother always cooks breakfast;
2) the elder sister is the greatest helping hand;
3) the father helps is good at making coffee;
4) a woman’s work is never done.
Now read the text (Ex. 1 p. 56 “English 7” O. Karpiuk).
Every child knows he or she has to help his/her family about the house. Doing a work about the house is often called “doing chores”. Doing chores helps a family to ‘hold their house’ or in other words ‘to household’. Usually a member of a family has a householding duty. It means he or she has a part of chores to do. There are the things like feeding a pet, cleaning the carpets or doing shopping …
On weekends my friend’s family members are seldom all at home at the same time, so they write notes to each other. They help them to remember things to do.
My mother is the busiest person in the householding chores. And I must admit my elder sister is the greatest helping hand for her.
Every morning mother cooks breakfast. She fries some eggs in the frying-pan. My sister sometimes boils sausages in a small pot. When the eggs are ready, mum serves them to us with nicely-decorated salad and boiled sausages. While my mother is doing that, my sister is cutting some bread and taking out the tea-pot, cups and plates.
When the water in the kettle boils, my sister puts some tea into the teapot, pours some of the boiling water into the pot and the tea is ready.
Sometimes my mum prefers coffee to tea. Then my father prepares it. He is good at making coffee. I never drink coffee. I prefer tea. My sister sometimes drinks coffee with milk or cream. After breakfast I go to my school and my father goes to his office. My sister washes up the dishes and dries them with the dishwasher machine. My mum cleans the table and takes off the clothes.
My sister puts clean cups and dishes onto the cupboard and goes to her job.
And what about mum? She stays at home and does lots of things about the house. There is always something to do, a woman’s work is never done …
Say if the following statements are true or false (Ex. 2 p. 57 “English 7” O. Karpiuk).
1)Everyone must know he has to do his or her part of chores.
2)Doing shopping is not a householding duty.
3)The elder sister is usually the greatest helping hand for mother.
4)We usually boil sausages in a frying pan.
5)We usually fry in kettle.
6)To make tea we need a kettle, a tea pot and cups with plates.
7)His father is good at making coffee.
8)His elder sister never drinks coffee.
9)After breakfast father washes up with a dishwasher.
10) Mother cleans the table after breakfast.
11) The elder sister stays at home and does lots of things about the house.
Complete the sentences according to the text (Ex. 3 p. 57 “English 7” O. Karpiuk).
1)Doing a work about the house is called …
2)Usually each member of a family has a …
3)Writing notes to each other helps family members to …
4)Usually mother is the busiest person in …
5)We can … or … eggs for breakfast.
6)When dish is ready we can …
7)To make tea we should …
8)We can wash up and dry the dishes with …
9)We should put clean dishes …
10) A woman’s work is …
6. Checking up the students’ comprehension of the lesson.
T.: Answer my questions. Have you got a householding duty? What is it? Is your mother the busiest person in doing chores? Who is the greatest helping hand for your mother? What does your morning look like?
III. The End of the Lesson.
1. Homework setting.
T.: Your homework is to write a paragraph about householding duties of your family members.
2. Summing up.
T.: Well, that is all for today. I hope you enjoyed the lesson. What activities do you like the most?
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Співпраця із закладами освіти.
Дізнатись більше про сертифікати.