Sodiqova Dilbar Tolibjonovna –
Uzbekistan, Yangikurgan, school № 12
Class: 5 “A”, 5 “Б”, 5 “B”
Time: 45 min.
Theme: What time is it?
Main aims: teach children to
correctly call time and answer the question "What time?", improve
vocabulary skills in speaking and reading
Subsidiary aims: To
development of memory and attention, develop children's communication skills
Teaching aids: book, cards, visual
Stages of the lesson
1. Organizing moment:
Т: Good morning. How are you?
Well, I’m glad to see you. What day is it today?
2. Checking home work
3. Warm up:
Tick –tock. Tick – tock.
It can tell you all the day.
Time to sleep and time to play.
4. Introducing new material
Today we are going to travel to the land Tick-Tock.
Look at the picture. There you can see words which are necessary
to speak about the time. Do you know them? Let’s translate them.
When we speak how many minutes does the minute arrow after the beginning of the
hour till it’s half, we use preposition past, when we
speak how many minutes are left till it’s end we use the preposition to.
To tell the time in the first part of the day from midnight till midday, we use
A.M. (in the morning), to tell the time in the second part of the day from
midday till midnight, we use P.M. (in the evening).
Ex: It’s 3 o’clock a.m. – 3.00
It’s half past 2 a.m. – 2.30
It’s a quarter to 6 p.m. – 17.45
Listen and repeat.
Colin: What time is it?
A woman: It’s 8 o’clock.
Colin: - Thank you.
Talk to your friend.
Stand up, please!
Hands up! Clap! Clap! Clap!
Hands down! Shake! Shake! Shake!
Hands on hips! Jump! Jump! Jump!
Hop! Hop! Hop! Stop! Stand still!
1. in pairs – 10
2. whole class – 15
3. in individually – 15
Prepare your own examples on the material (5 offers).