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Unit: Traditions and customs
Teacher name: Yerkinbek A.N.
Date: 09.03.2021
Grade: 2 Number present: Number absent:
Theme of the lesson: Unit revision
Learning objectives(s) that this lesson is contributing to understand some specific information in short, slow, carefully
articulated talk on routine and familiar topics; respond to basic supported questions giving personal and
factual information; read and spell out words for others.
Lesson objectives Learners will be able to:
recognise and spell some of the numbers correctly and respond to some spoken and written prompts correctly
present traditional dance from their country.

Stages / Time Teacher's actions Learners`s actions Assessment Resources
Teacher greets learners

Ask a pupil to come to the board. Say a number, e.g. 23. Ask the pupils to write the number on the board. Ask the rest of the class for verification. Repeat with some more pupils and other numbers. Play the song from the previous lesson. Invite the pupils to sing along. Learners respond to greeting and take their places.

They follow the teacher’s instructions and sing a song.

Track 23 CD2

Refer the pupils to the world map. Point to Scotland, Kazakhstan and Spain. Say the name of each country out loud.
Ask the pupils, in L1 if necessary, to tell you what they know about these countries, e.g. capital cities, flags, famous people, etc. Explain to the pupils that in this section they will be learning about traditional dances from these countries.
Refer the pupils to the pictures of the different traditional dances. Point to the first picture and ask: Where is this dance from? Elicit: (It’s from) Scotland. Next, ask: Can you dance like that? Elicit: Yes, I can / No, I can’t. Play the CD
Then ask individual pupils to read part of the text out loud.
Ask the pupils to do a project with pictures or drawings of traditional dances and present it to the class.

Write ‘From Trees’ – ‘From Plants’ on the board. Tell the pupils that fruit and vegetables can grow on trees or on plants. Say: Let’s see if you know where some fruit and vegetables come from. Name the fruit and vegetables from the lesson and have the pupils say if they grow on trees or on plants. Write them under the appropriate heading. When you have finished, say: Let’s see if you’re right. Put up the From Trees or Plants? poster on the board and have the pupils check to see if their answers were correct.
Pupils’ books open. Refer the pupils to the pictures of the fruit and vegetables and explain the activity. Allow the pupils some time to complete the activity. Check their answers. Learners repeat after the teacher.

Learners discuss about these countries.

Learners answer the questions.

The pupils listen and follow in their books.

Learners present their projects to the class.

Learners complete the activity.

Peer assessment

Formative assessment


Smiles Pupil’s book page 82

Teacher asks Pupils to show Thumbs up if they understand the theme.
Thumbs down if they need help.
Pupils thumbs up if they understand the theme or
thumbs down if they need help

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