The ideal lesson of English language for everybody means different things. But everybody agrees that the lesson must be interesting because in any other way it’ll be not useful. I’d like to tell you about one of such lessons. The bell rang and the pupils came into the classroom. We sat at our tables and the lesson began. The beginning of the lesson was unusual. We worked in groups. Our teacher Natalia Vitalievna prepared posters for each group. We had to remember the words on the topic “Cuisine” and write as many words as we could on the posters. After that we competed whose team was the best. After that we turned our attention to the blackboard where a lot of photos of dishes from different countries of the world were exposed. We named them all and said dishes of which countries are they. The most interesting part of the lesson for me was watching a video about one of the English families and their traditions of eating. After reviewing the video we answered the questions and wrote the answers into our copybooks. The lesson was continued by the presentation of world cuisine. Pupils of our form prepared a lot of dishes. They told us about the traditional food in Russia, Ukraine, England and Chinese. Pupils also shared their recipes, told about ingredient for them and preparing time. And in the interval between their presentations Natalia Vitalievna suggested to play an interesting game. We watched a video advertisement of pasta. We had to make a list of items that we noticed in the video and enter them in the special table. Then the game proceeded on the principle of Bingo game: our teacher read her list; we had to cross words from our lists. Who has crossed the horizontal or vertical line first was the winner. At the end of the lesson, when the results of the lesson were summed up, we got the opportunity to try all the dishes, prepared by our classmates. So final words about the ideal lesson of English language: the lesson must be conducted by a really good teacher who uses up to date programmes and modern literature. Then it should be a lesson of real communication which is necessary for all students.