Конспект урока «Children's Rhymes» по английскому языку

Children's Rhymes

Каждый урок я начинаю с фонетической зарядки, в которую включаю стихотворения, рифмовки, пословицы, поговорки, песенки, примеры которых привожу далее.


This is my mother, This is my father, This is my sister. This is my brother. This is my uncle, This is my aunt Lily, This is my cousin, And this is me.

Звук [w].

Why do you cry, Willy?

Why do you cry? Why, Willy? Why, Willy? Why, Willy? Why?

Twinkle, twinkle, little star.

How I wonder what you are.

Up above the world so high,

Like a diamond in the sky.

Звуки, (w].

I have, two legs with which I walk. I have a tongue with which I talk. And with it too I eat my food and tell if it is bad or good.

Звуки [w], [v].

William always wears a very warm

woollen vest in winter, Victor however will never wear woollen underwear even in the wild west.


Flowers here, Flowers there, Flowers growing Everywhere.


I love learning English,

I can read,

I can write,

I can speak English too.

I love learning English,

And what about you?

Звуки [f], [s].

She sells sea shells on the sea shore. The shells that she sells are sea shells, I am sure.

Звук [æ]

Earlyto bed,

Early to rise

Makes a man

Healthy, wealthy and wise.

There was a little girl, and she had a little


Right in the middle of her forehead; When she was good, she was very, very good, But when she was bad, she was horrid.

II. Специально подбираю стихи и рифмовки, в которых встречается либо новое, незнакомое учащимся слово, либо лексические единицы, которые нужно повторить и хорошо закрепить в памяти ребят

Red and yellow, White and blue, The gayest flowers Are just for you.

Red, red, red the rose, Blue, blue, blue the dress, Grey, grey, grey the cat, And so is the rat

Once I saw a little bird Come hop, hop. hop, And 1 cned, Little bird, Will you stop, stop, stop?

I was going to the window To say. How do you do"

But he shook his little tail

And away he flew

Peter, Peter, pumpkin eater, Had a wife and couldn't keep her, He put her in a pumpkin shell And there he kept her very well

How many days has my baby to play?

Saturday, Sunday, Monday,

Tuesday, Wednesday. Thursday, Friday,

Saturday. Sunday. Monday.

Hop away, skip away,

My baby wants to plav,

My baby wants to play every day.

Diddle, diddle, dumpling, my son John, Went to bed with his trousers on, One shoe off. And one shoe on, Diddle, diddle, dumpling, my son John.

If all the world were Paper,

And all the sea were Ink,

If all the trees were bread and cheese,

What should we have to drink?

It's fun to be this. It's fine to be that, To leap like a lamb. To climb like a cat To swim like a fish, To hop like a frog, To trot like a horse, To jump like a dog. Cobbler, cobbler, mend my shoe. Yes, good master, that, I'll do. Here's my awl and wax and thread, And now your shoe is quite mended.

III. Особенно важную роль играет этот вид работы при изучении грамматики. Я стремлюсь к тому, чтобы ребята повторяли выученные рифмовки в течение всего учебного года, при этом увязываю их С темой урока. Время от времени проводим конкурсы: кто знает рифмовок больше и может объяснить, какие грамматические формы в них представлены.

Формы глагола to be. I am a mouse, You are a cat One, two, three, You catch me.

L am Ann, You are Dan, He is Peter, She is Rita.

They are four, No more. I am not Ann, You are not Dan, He is not Peter, She is not Rita. Am I Ann? Are you Dan? Is he Peter? Is she Rita?

Present Simple.

I live here,

You live near, Tom lives so far That he goes in a car.

We live near,

You live here, Tom and Ray

Live far away.

"In winter we ski and skate,"

says little Kate

"In summer we like to swim,"

says little Jim

"What do you do in spring?"

"In spring we play and sing."

I love my cat. It's warm and fat. My cat is grey, It likes to play.

Sixty seconds make a minute, Sixty times the clock ticks in it. Sixty minutes make an hour To stay its flight we have no power.

This is my sister, Her name is Ann. She goes to school, She is already ten.

This is my brother,

His name is Paul,

He plays with his toys,

He is very small.

Pat keeps two pets, A cat and a rat. Pat likes his pets, And his two pets like Pat.

Present Simple в придаточных условия и времени.

When I am ten, I'll get a pen, Then I shall write Like brother Ben. Robin Hood has gone To the wood, He'll come back again

If we are good.

If bees stay at home, Rain will soon come; If they fly away, Fine will be the day.

If there is right in the soul. There is beauty in the person. If there is beauty in the person, There will be harmony in the home. If there is harmony in the home, There will be order in the nation. If there is order in the nation, There will be peace in the world.

Past Simple.

Humpty Dupmty sat on a wall, Humpty Dumpty had a great fall. All the king's horses, And all the king's men, Couldn't put Humpty together again.

Hickory, dickory, dock, The mouse ran up the clock. The clock struck one, The mouse ran down. Hickory, dickory, dock

One, two, three, four, five, Once I caught a fish alive.

Six, seven, eight, nine, ten, Then I let it go again. Why did you let it go? Because it bit my finger so. Which finger did it bite? The little finger on the right.

Little Robin Red breast Came to visit me; This is what he whistled, Thank you for my tea.

Little fishes in a brook, Father caught them on a hook. Mother fried them in a pan; Johnny ate them like a man.

Present Perfect, Past Simple.

Little girl, little girl,

Where have you been?

I've been to see grandmother Over the green. What did she give you? Milk in a can.

What did you say for it? Thank you, Grandam.

Present Continuous. One, two, three, Look out for me, For I am coming And I can see.

I am counting to ten, You are giving them a pen, She is looking at the door, He is sitting on the floor. All of us are working well, Waiting, waiting for the bell.

Модальный глагол can.

I love learning English, I can read, I can write, I can speak English too,

I love learning English And what about you?

Here's my left hand, And here's my right, I can clap them With all my might.

Побудительные предложения. Smiling girls, rosy boys. Come and buy my little toys, Monkeys made of gingerbread And sugar horses painted red.

Rain, rain, and go away, Come again another day. Little Tommy wants to play.

Never leave it till it's done; Be the labour great or small, Do it well, or not at all.

Mind the clock And keep the rule;

Try to come

On time to school.

"Tick," the clock says, "Tick, tick, tick!" What you have to do, Do quick.

Go to bed late, Stay very small; Go to bed early, Grow very tall.

Sleep, my babies, do not cry. I shall sing a lullaby. Shut your little eyes and doze Putting tails upon your nose.

Early to bed, Early to rise Makes a man healthy, Wealthy and wise.

Личные и притяжательные местоимения.

I think mice

Are very nice.

Their tails are long, Their faces small.

They don't have any

Chins at all. Their ears are pink,

Their teeth are white. They run about The house at night. But I think mice

Are rather nice.

IV. Некоторые стихи и рифмовки по­могают мне воспитывать у ребят нравст­венные качества, культуру поведения, уважительное отношение друг к другу и людям, их окружающим, настойчивость и терпение в преодолении трудностей; напоминают школьникам о правилах по­ведения.

Let us try to be polite In everything we do. Remember always to say "Please". And don't forget "Thank you". Hearts like doors will open with ease To very, very little keys; And don't forget that they are these: "We thank you all" and "If you please

Stop! Look! Listen! Before you cross the street, Use your eyes, use your ears, And then use your feet

Learn this little lesson As well as you can Be tidy like Tom, Not dirty like Dan

After dinner sit a while, After supper walk a mile.

If a task is once begun,

Children's Rhymes

1. The clock

"Tick!" the clock says,

"Tick, tick, tick!

What you have to do

Do quick!"

2. When I am ten

When I am ten

I'll get a pen,

Then I shall write

Like brother Ben.

3. Pat's cat

Fat Pat had a fat cat.

Pat's fat cat sat in Pat's hat,

4. Jumping Jack

I have a jolly jumping Jack

See how well he jumps!

Up and down! From right to left

He jumps, and jumps, and jumps,


A cup of coffee hot

In a proper coffee-pot.

6. Ice-cream

I scream,

You scream,

We all scream

For ice-cream.

7. A good rule
Mind the clock
And keep the rule;
Try to come

In time to school.

8. Early to bed
Early to bed,
Early to rise

Makes a man healthy,

Wealthy and wise.

9. Rain

Rain, rain, go away,

Come again another day,

Little Tommy wants to play.

10. The old owl

The Wise Old Owl

Sat in an oak.

The more he heard,

The less he spoke.

11. Good night

Good night, good night,

My little child!

Get up gay and bright

In the morning light.

12. The cat and the mouse

"Little mouse, little ;mouse,

Where is your house?"

"Little cat, little cat,

I have no flat.

I am a poor mouse,

I have no house."

"Little mouse, little mouse,

Gome to my house."

"Little cat, little cat,

I cannot do that,

You want to eat me."

  1. The boys
    The spoilt boys
    Destroyed all the toys.

  1. Sixty seconds

Sixty seconds make a minute,

Sixty times the clock ticks in it.

Sixty minutes make an hour.

To stay its flight we have no power,

15. How do you do?

"How do you do, Hatty?"

"How do you do?"

"I hope you are very well, Hatty,"

"I hope you are too. "

16. We live here

I live here,

You live near,

Tom lives so far

That he goes in a car.

We live near,

You live here,

Tom and Ray

Live far away.

17. Be tidy

Learn this little lesson

As well as you can.

Be tidy like Tom,

Not dirty like Dan.

18. Woodchuck
How much wood

Would a woodchuck chuck

If a woodchuck

Would chuck wood?

19. Jump the rope

Jump the rope,

Jump the rope,

Jump, jump, jump!

Jump it high,

Jump it low,

Jump, jump, jump!

Jump it fast,

Jump it slow,

Jump, jump, jump!

Jump again—

Out you go,

Jump, jump, jump!

20. This and, that

This is used for one thing here,

That means something over there,

These and Those mean two or more,

Those are far and These are near.

21. Can you?

"I can think of six thin things."

"Can you?"

"Yes, I can think of six thin things.

And of six thick things too."

22. Fifths

Fifths are hard to say...

A nimble tongue they need,

And sixths, and sevenths,

And eighths, and ninths

Are very hard indeed.

23. Robert Rolley

Robert Rolley rolled a round

roll around.

A round roll Robert Rolley

rolled around.

Where's the round, roll Robert

Rolley rolled around?

24. Weather

Whether it rains, or whether

it snows,

We shall have weather, whether or no,

25. Cry, Willie

Why do you cry, Willie?

Why do you cry?

Why, Willie? Why, Willie?

Why, Willie? Why?

26. Swan

Swan swam over the sea.

Swim, swan, swim!

Swan swam back again

Well swum, swan.

27. A nice song

The singers sang a nice song—

Ting-a-long, ting-a-long.

A nice song the singers sang—

Ting-a-long, ting-a-long.

The song they sang was very long— .

Ting-a-long, ting-a-long,


28. Sea-shells

She sells sea-shells on the sea-shore,

The shells that sbe sells are


I'm sure.

29. Counting-out rhymes
One, one, one,

Little dog run.

Two, two, two,

Cats see you.

Three, three, three,

Birds on a tree.

Four, four, four,

Rats on the floor. .


One, two, three,

One, two, three.

The cat's in the cupboard,

And she can't see.


One, two, three,

Look out for me,

For I am coming

And I can see.


One, two

What must I do?

Three, four,

Shut the door.

Five, six,

Pick up sticks.

Seven, eight,

Take the plate,

Nine, ten,

A red pen.


Now will you

Count to two?

Count to three

Just like me:

One, two, three!

Count to eight.

Don't be late!

Count to nine

That is fine!

And we then

Count to ten.

34. Good morning

Good morning, good morning!

Good morning to you!

Good morning, good morning!

We are glad to see you!

35. The ABC



Q R S and T U V

W and X Y Z

This is called the alphabet,

Which we never must forget.

Letters twenty-six in all

Backwards now we'll sing them all:

Z Y X and W V

UTS and R Q P

О N M and L К J



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