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Lesson three: Road Safety Grammar: Should. How can I get to….? Aims of the lesson: to present new words and phrases on the topic; to motivate students to work in groups and pairs; to practice monologue and dialogue speech: asking about the way; to develop students’ reading, speaking and listening skills.
Active Vocabulary Turn left/ turn right Go straight ahead Go along the Street Go back Cross the street Go up/go down First/then How can I get to? Road safety Walk along the street
ASKING FOR AND GIVING DIRECTIONS How do I get to…? How can I get to…? Can you tell me the way? Where is …? Show me the way to …, please.
Remember the rules of road safety You should cross the street at the crossing You should cross the street when the light is green You should stop when the light is red You should wait for some seconds when the light is yellow First look left then look right when you cross the street in Ukraine You should first look right when you cross the street in London
At the lesson: What is an adjective? One-syllable and two-syllable adjectives Comparative and Superlative Forms
Warming-Up I always say “big, big, big”, Even when “small” is enough, Seems I always want the biggest stuff. I always say “big, bigger, the biggest”, Even when “smaller” is well, Is something big enough? I can never tell. But now I know I’ve made the biggest mess…oh, yes! I see that “smaller” things are sometimes the best… Oh, yes!
One-syllable and two-syllable adjectives Long –longer - the longest Small – smaller – the smallest Hot – hotter – the hottest Big – bigger – the biggest Lazy – lazier – the laziest Funny – funnier – the funniest
Rainbow Song Red and yellow and pink and green, Purple and orange and blue. I can sing a rainbow, sing a rainbow, Sing a rainbow, too.
Warming-Up Safe driving, saves lives! Look every way every day! Drive, don’t fly! Drive safety rules are your best tools!
Useful Tips Go along the street Walk along the street How can I get to…? Go through the…into… Street Go straight ahead Cross the street Between the …and …. Next to the …
Pedestrian Traffic Lights The red at the top Tells us to stop! The green below Tells us to go! The yellow in the middle Tells to wait! Please don’t worry – You won’t be late!
Modal Verbs Can: Can I cross the road when the light is red? Could: Could you tell me the way to the shop, please? May: May I go when the light is red? Must: You must stop when the light is red. Should: You should cross the road when the light is green.
Trafalgar Square There are always a lot of people and pigeons on the square. Every winter there is a big Christmas tree which is a gift from Norway in the middle of the square. On New Year’s Eve people gather around the tree. In the middle of the square there is Admiral Nelson’s Column.
Buckingham Palace This is the Queen’s home. It was built in 1703. There is a great collection of paintings.
Westminster Abbey This is a holy place. All English kings have been crowned and buried in the church since 1308.
Westminster Cathedral It was built between 1895 and 1903. This is the seat of the Cardinal Archbishop and the leading Roman Catholic Church in England. Its bell tower is 84 metres high.
The Houses of Parliament This big palace is the most famous building in the world – the British Parliament. The building is 280 metres long. There are more than 1000 rooms.
Tower The Tower of London has been a fortress, a palace, an arsenal, a mint, a prison, an observatory, a zoo, the home of the Crown Jewels and a tourist attraction.
St. Paul’s Cathedral St.Paul’s Cathedral is a famous building too. Prince Charles and Princess Diana married here in 1981.
Double-deckers There are big red buses called double-deckers in London. People sit upstairs and downstairs on these buses. Tourists like them very much.