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WEATHER (7th form)

УЧИТЕЛЬ: Рябова Елена Владимировна



Listening
Listening learn some sayings about weather. Then you will listen to people talking about good and bad weather. Near the end of the lesson perhaps we’ll do some translating..

  • Listen to the dialogues for good and bad weather.


№1 learn some sayings about weather. Then you will listen to people talking about good and bad weather. Near the end of the lesson perhaps we’ll do some translating..

  • A: It’s a fine day today, isn’t it?

  • B: Yes, it’s nice and bright this morning.

  • A: Yes. Much better than yesterday. It’s good to see the sun again.

  • B: Let’s hope it will keep fine for the weekend.


learn some sayings about weather. Then you will listen to people talking about good and bad weather. Near the end of the lesson perhaps we’ll do some translating.2.

  • A: What a nasty day! It has been raining since yesterday morning.

  • B: They say it is going to get even colder.

  • A: Oh, no! I hate cold and rain.

  • B: So do I. Let’s hope it won’t last.



Fine and bad weather
FINE AND BAD WEATHER Remember and put as many words as you can for fine and bad weather. All those on the left, you write the words for fine weather. Students on the right, you write the words for nasty weather.

  • Sunny Cold Warm

  • Wet Hot Foggy

  • Cloudy Frosty Clear

  • Windy Nasty Rainy

  • Nice Bright Cool

  • Stuffy Rainstorm Misty

  • Dry Dull Snowy


Reading
Reading. Remember and put as many words as you can for fine and bad weather. All those on the left, you write the words for fine weather. Students on the right, you write the words for nasty weather.

  • Read the text (ex.18 p. 13-14) “The Weather Forecast” and say what weathermen do.


Speaking
Speaking. Remember and put as many words as you can for fine and bad weather. All those on the left, you write the words for fine weather. Students on the right, you write the words for nasty weather.

  • Look at the map of Russia (ex.6 p.85) and make up a radio forecast for certain places in the country.


  • Vladivostok – Get out your umbrella. Remember and put as many words as you can for fine and bad weather. All those on the left, you write the words for fine weather. Students on the right, you write the words for nasty weather.

  • Yakutsk – It’s a perfect day for skiing.

  • Novosibirsk – Get out your warm coat.

  • Ekaterinburg – What a beautiful day for a ride in the country!

  • Murmansk – It will be a perfect day for fishing.

  • St. Petersburg – It’s a perfect day to walk in the city.

  • Moscow – Don’t make any plans.

  • Volgograd – Get out your light clothes and sunglasses.

  • Sochi – A perfect day for the beach.


Grammar
Grammar. Remember and put as many words as you can for fine and bad weather. All those on the left, you write the words for fine weather. Students on the right, you write the words for nasty weather.

  • It’s ….. Degrees above/below zero.

  • +20 means 20 degrees above zero

  • -2 means 2 degrees below zero

  • For example: -5; +23; -18; +10.


Writing
Writing. Remember and put as many words as you can for fine and bad weather. All those on the left, you write the words for fine weather. Students on the right, you write the words for nasty weather.

  • Express the same in English (ex.26 p.16)


Homework
Homework Remember and put as many words as you can for fine and bad weather. All those on the left, you write the words for fine weather. Students on the right, you write the words for nasty weather.

  • Make up your own dialogues (ex.17 p.13)

  • Use the models of ex.16 p.12

  • Use the following words and word combinations


  • Thank you very much. Remember and put as many words as you can for fine and bad weather. All those on the left, you write the words for fine weather. Students on the right, you write the words for nasty weather.

  • The lesson is over.


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