Розробки уроків - АНГЛІЙСЬКА МОВА - 11 клас - за підручником О. Д. Карп’юк
UNIT 1. BEING A STUDENT
LESSON 7. YOU CAN DO IT IF YOU TRY
Цілі: вдосконалювати навички вживання 1st and 2nd Conditionals; вдосконалювати навички усного мовлення, читання й письма; розвивати культуру спілкування й мовленнєву реакцію учнів; виховувати зацікавленість у розширенні своїх знань.
If you started studying at school again, what would you do differently?
Do the quiz to check your vocabulary.
Are the following statements True or False?
1) A RIVER is bigger than a STREAM.
2) There are one thousand years in a CENTURY.
3) FOUNDED is the past tense of FOUND.
4) ANSWER can be used as a noun and a verb.
5) SCARLET is a brilliant red colour.
6) USED TO DOING and USED TO DO mean the same thing.
7) You can use IMPROVE as a noun and as a verb.
8) DOZEN is equivalent to 20.
9) The past tense of FIND is FOUND.
10) EQUIVALENT TO is (more or less) the same as EQUAL TO.
Key: 1 T, 2 F, З T, 4 T, 5 T, 6 F, 7 F, 8 F, 9 T, 10 T.
3. Grammar practice
Do ex. 2, p. 27.
4. Reading and writing
Grammar and Vocabulary — Conditional Sentences
Joe and Alex are talking on the phone. Alex has a girl problem. It’s not a serious girl problem. They’re not planning a wedding, and Alex doesn’t have plans to buy matching tungsten rings just yet, but who knows what will happen if Alex follows Joe’s advice.
Each of conditional sentences is missing a verb. Use the words after each sentence and write the correct form. Notice that some of the sentences are real conditionals and others are unreal.
Joe. Hey, Alex, what’s up?
Alex. Nothing... you know, I really like this girl, and I want to ask her out.
Joe. So, what’s the problem?
Alex. Well, what if I (1)... her and she said no? (Ask)
Joe. Why would she say no?
Alex. Well, maybe if I (2) ... in a band, she’d go out with me. Do you want to start a band? (Play)
Joe. No. You don’t even play an instrument. That’s crazy.
Alex. Yeah. Well, I think her last boyfriend had a really cool car. Maybe if I (3)... a nicer car, she’d say yes. (Have)
Joe. You’re lucky to have a car.
Alex. I don’t know. She’s really pretty. If I (4) ... better-looking, she might say yes. (Be)
Joe. You look fine. You can’t worry about that.
Alex. Well, if I (5)... more money, I could take her to a really nice restaurant. Hey, could I borrow some money? (Have)
J o e. No way, then she’d expect you to take her to nice restaurants all the time.
Alex. Yeah, you’re right.
Joe. Look, maybe if you (6)... so nervous about it, she’d say yes. Just be yourself and ask her out. If she (7)... you, she’ll go out with you. (Be, like)
Alex. Yeah, you’re right. I’ll call her and ask her out.
Joe. Great. I’ll see you later. Let me know what happens.
Alex. Okay... Wait Joe. Wait. What if she (8) ... yes, but she really doesn’t like me? Joe? Joe? (Say)
Key: 1 asked, 2 played, 3 had, 4 were, 5 had, 6 weren’t, 7 likes, 8 says.
5. Grammar practice
Do ex. 3, 4, p. 28.
Put in the verbs in brackets and form Conditional sentences type I or type II.
1) If you come with me, I ... (to do) the shopping with you.
2) Walter... (to help) his mother in the garden if she reads him a story this evening.
3) If it... (to rain), I will stay at home.
4) Our teacher will be happy if we ... (to learn) the poem by heart.
5) If they had enough money, they ... (to buy) a new car.
6) We ... (to pass) the exam if we studied harder.
7) If Pat... (to repair) his bike, he could go on a bicycle tour with us.
8) She would get 100 pounds if she ... (to sell) this old shelf.
9) If I was / were you, I ... (to invite) Jack to the party.
10) If the weather ... (to be) fine, the children can walk to school.
1) If you could be anyone in the world, who would you be?
2) If you went back in time, what year would you go to?
3) If you had a special power, what would you be able to do?
4) If you could change something about your past, what would you change?
5) If you could go on a date with anyone in the world, who would it be?
6) If you stopped studying English, would your life change?
Ex. 5, p. 28.