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Letters C c, D d 2018
2016-07-06, 21:11:37

Develop the ability to text perception by ear. Teaching monologue and dialogue speech. To form the skills of correct pronunciation of English sounds. Develop communication skills of students. Develop writing skills. Cultivate a culture of communication
Course of the lesson
I. Preparation for the perception of foreign speech
Greeting
1. Welcome.
T: Hello, children! How are you?
Ps: We are fine, thank you!
Aim
2. TOPIC and purpose of the lesson.
T: In this lesson we will learn some new expressions classroom use, and the following two letters of the English alfavitu.Let's start our lesson. Let's begin our lesson.
Phonetic exercises.
Teacher provides students listen to the poem. Hearing the sound [0], they should stretches, nuty hands.
As I was going to St Ives, I met a man with seven wives. Every wife had seven sacks, Every sack had seven cats, Every cat had seven kits. Kits, cats, sacks and wives, How many of them were going to St Ives!
Then the students several times repeated sound [0].
The Letter C is an unreliable, redundant letter. It either makes the /k/ sound as in cat or the /s/ sound as in celery. It is considered redundant because it doesn't make a unique sound.

The Letter C is part of the /ch/ digraph as in chicken

When C is followed by 'e' or 'i' it often has the soft sound (as in celery).
Have the children say the poem and clap out the rhythm. Give each child one of the poem sheets. Have the children circle all of the capital C's and underline all of the lower case c's.

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Have the children say the poem and clap out the rhythm. Give each child one of the poem sheets. Have the children circle all of the capital D's and underline all of the lower case d's.

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