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LESSON #3. THEME: "MAKING FRiENDS"

 

T.: Dear boys and girls!  Isn’t it good to know that you’ve got a friend? Today we’ll discuss the problem of making friends. I want also to tell you about International Pupils’ Project which is called “Repairing friendship!” („Помиримося, друзі”).

      But first let’s brush up the material of previous lessons.

WARMING-UP

Divide in groups of 3. Each group should choose its representative for:

a)  Contest for the best reciting of the poems “Friendship” by Edith Segal and “Be my friend”.

b)  Contest for the best story about a friend.

Conduct the contests and discuss with the pupils their results:

1. Whose reciting do you like best of all and why?

2. Whose story about a friend was the best one and why?

SPEAKING ACTIVITIES

T.: During the previous lessons we have also made acquaintance with a lot of proverbs about friends and friendship. Let’s revise what we have learned.

Proverbs:

“A friend in need is a friend indeed”

“A good friend is as the sun in winter”

“A friend is easier to lost then found”

“A friend to everybody is a friend to nobody”

“A friend is never known till a man has a need”

“A friend is not so gotten as lost”

“Before you make a friend, eat a bushel of salt with him”

“When a friend asks, there is no tomorrow”

“He is a good friend that speaks well of us behind our back”

“There is no friend like an old friend”

Pair work

Choose one proverb and discussed it with your partner.

Group work

Discuss in groups of 4 the following:

- Do you find it easy to make friends?

- How do you choose friends?

- What qualities do you think are very important for those who want to get along with others easily?

- Are you always willing to do something good or pleasant for your friends?

LISTENING ACTIVITIES

Pre-listening tasks:

1) Say how children make friends with new people. Is it easy to keep friends? How can you lose your friend?

 2) It is easier to break friendship than to make friendship. Do you agree with this statement? Give your opinion.

 3) Sometimes a misunderstanding can stop friendship. Tell about a time when you and a friend had a misunderstanding

While-listening task:

T.: As I have already promised you, I’ll tell you now about the International Pupils’ Project “Repairing Friendship”. Listen attentively and be ready to say what opportunities this project gives to you.

      The Project “Repairing Friendship” is one of many projects of IEARN. IEARN is the International

Educational and Resources Network. The students from more than 90 countries of the world participate in its different projects.

      Project “Repairing Friendship” is rather popular among students of different ages. It is the exchange of information how to repair a broken friendship. Taking part in it you’ll learn about traditions of repairing friendship that are in different countries of the world.   

      You are also invited to write about a friendly relationship which was precious to you until it was broken by the quarrel. Please write a story about what caused the quarrel, your feelings about the broken friendship and the steps you took to repair it.

Post-listening activities:

a) Discuss the opportunities of the “Repairing Friendship” project.

b) Tell about national traditions of repairing friendship in our country and other countries of the world that you know.

 HOME ASSIGNMENT

1) Prepare an oral description of your own class. Is it friendly? How do you get along with each other? Are you thoughtful of each other?

2) Write an essay about a misunderstanding or a quarrel with your friend. Has it stopped your friend -ship? What was your way out of this misunderstanding (quarrel)? What will be you advice to others to do in hope to save the friend?

 

T.: Dear boys and girls!  Isn’t it good to know that you’ve got a friend? Today we’ll discuss the problem of making friends. I want also to tell you about International Pupils’ Project which is called “Repairing friendship!” („Помиримося, друзі”).

       But first let’s brush up the material of previous lessons.

WARMING-UP

Divide in groups of 3. Each group should choose its representative for:

a)  Contest for the best reciting of the poems “Friendship” by Edith Segal and “Be my friend”.

b)  Contest for the best story about a friend.

Conduct the contests and discuss with the pupils their results:

1. Whose reciting do you like best of all and why?

2. Whose story about a friend was the best one and why?

SPEAKING ACTIVITIES

T.: During the previous lessons we have also made acquaintance with a lot of proverbs about friends and friendship. Let’s revise what we have learned.

Proverbs:

“A friend in need is a friend indeed”

“A good friend is as the sun in winter”

“A friend is easier to lost then found”

“A friend to everybody is a friend to nobody”

“A friend is never known till a man has a need”

“A friend is not so gotten as lost”

“Before you make a friend, eat a bushel of salt with him”

“When a friend asks, there is no tomorrow”

“He is a good friend that speaks well of us behind our back”

“There is no friend like an old friend”

Pair work

Choose one proverb and discussed it with your partner.

Group work

Discuss in groups of 4 the following:

- Do you find it easy to make friends?

- How do you choose friends?

- What qualities do you think are very important for those who want to get along with others easily?

- Are you always willing to do something good or pleasant for your friends?

LISTENING ACTIVITIES

Pre-listening tasks:

1) Say how children make friends with new people. Is it easy to keep friends? How can you lose your friend?

 2) It is easier to break friendship than to make friendship. Do you agree with this statement? Give your opinion.

 3) Sometimes a misunderstanding can stop friendship. Tell about a time when you and a friend had a misunderstanding

While-listening task:

T.: As I have already promised you, I’ll tell you now about the International Pupils’ Project “Repairing Friendship”. Listen attentively and be ready to say what opportunities this project gives to you.

      The Project “Repairing Friendship” is one of many projects of IEARN. IEARN is the International

Educational and Resources Network. The students from more than 90 countries of the world participate in its different projects.

      Project “Repairing Friendship” is rather popular among students of different ages. It is the exchange of information how to repair a broken friendship. Taking part in it you’ll learn about traditions of repairing friendship that are in different countries of the world.   

      You are also invited to write about a friendly relationship which was precious to you until it was broken by the quarrel. Please write a story about what caused the quarrel, your feelings about the broken friendship and the steps you took to repair it.

Post-listening activities:

a) Discuss the opportunities of the “Repairing Friendship” project.

b) Tell about national traditions of repairing friendship in our country and other countries of the world that you know.

 HOME ASSIGNMENT

1) Prepare an oral description of your own class. Is it friendly? How do you get along with each other? Are you thoughtful of each other?

2) Write an essay about a misunderstanding or a quarrel with your friend. Has it stopped your friend -ship? What was your way out of this misunderstanding (quarrel)? What will be you advice to others to do in hope to save the friend?

 

   

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