Тема: British literature.
Освітня: відпрацювати фонетичні навички; вчити розуміти іноземну мову в ігрових ситуаціях; проконтролювати мовні навички та вміння учнів; проконтролювати рівень засвоєння учнями теми.
Розвиваюча: розвивати вміння застосовувати вивчені лексичні одиниці та граматичні правила в конкретній обстановці; розвивати здогадку та вміння швидко орієнтуватися в умовах непідготовленого монологічного мовлення, розвивати логічне мислення.
Виховна: прищеплювати цікавість до культури, історії, традицій англомовних країн; виховувати вміння працювати в колективі (команді).
Практична: практикувати використання вивчених лексичних одиниць, навчитись розпізнавати жанри та роди літератури, співвідносити твори з їх авторами, практикувати використання пасивної форми дієслова, підвести підсумок вивченого матеріалу.
Тип уроку: урок-узагальнення, урок-контроль
Форма уроку: урок – брейн-ринг
Обладнання: заготовки з завданнями та варіантами відповідей; кросворд; карка «Great! Ok! Boring!»; презентація; відео, проектор, підручник English, 10: підручн.з англ..мови для 10 клюзагальноосвіт.навч.закл.(шостий рік навч., рів.станд., академ.рівень) / Т.П. Козловська. – К.: Ін-т сучас.підруч., 2011. – 304 с.: іл.
Підготовка до сприйняття іншомовного мовлення
Theme and aim of the lesson (greeting)
T: Hello, my dear pupils. Dear students, welcome to our lesson which is dedicated to life and culture of English-speaking foreign countries. Today, during our lesson we are going to enrich your vocabulary on the topic, encourage your creative skills and responsibility, and cultivate your interest in learning about English-speaking countries. We are going to check your knowledge about the English-speaking literature.
Our today`s lesson is going to be in a form of a quiz show, so each of you could show us your skills and knowledge.
T: How are you today? I want to know how your mood is. Each of you just need to take one paper from your desk and show according word on it. Choose one word that can describe your mood. “Great! Ok! Boring!” during the lesson you can write new words on it if your mood change.
Describe your expectations from our lesson. Maybe you want to know something new, summarize your knowledge, get a good mark or just have a good time? Write down your expectations and stick them into our book.
You see that our book is full of our emotions and expectations.
II. Основна частина уроку
T: So, now when we are all well and ready, let’s start our Quiz.
Let’s deal into 3 teams and choose a leader of them. We’ll have teams of Mark Twain, Charles Dickens and William Shakespeare. So, just say “Mark, Charles, and William”. On the board I’ll write your team’s points. If you know the answer – just raise your flag. And our judge ….will give points for your answers.
Here are our rules: the captain raises the hand if the team is ready to answer, don’t interrupt each other’s, if your answer is correct – get a point
Now, let`s start our game.
T: On the board you see some sayings and you have to explain them, and agree or disagree with these statements. To answer these questions we have to remember quotations to start our discussing. They are at page 86 in your books.
“A book is a dream that you hold in your hands”. ― Neil Gaiman
P1: (Books are very important in our life, we can see a wonderful world inside that’s why it’s like a dream)
T: “There is more treasure in books than in all the pirate’s loot on Treasure Island”. – Walt Disney
P2: (It goes without saying that books play a great role in modern society and we can find a splendid world in them, exciting characters, breathtaking adventures. The importance of books is hard to overrate as it doesn’t measure in money on in other materialistic concepts, they’re valuable like treasure)
T: “There is no such thing as a moral or an immoral book. Books are well written or badly written”. – Oscar Wilde
P3: (Of course all of the books are worth reading but nowadays we have such notion like mass books, mass novels and frankly speaking not all of them have a big value, they have almost the same plot and characters and they are not interesting to read).
SLIDE 7, 8
Genres and subgenres. Active work with tables. Multimedia. Practicing lexical skills.
T: Let’s revise literature genres and watch a video about them.
T: I will give you some subgenres and you have to stick it to the appropriate genre. If you know the answer – raise your flag and get a point! You can see them on the wall. You may choose the speaker by your own.
Nice work! Thank you for doing your best! You’ve got some points.
Lottery. Work with a textbook. Practicing speaking.
T: You’ve worked very well and now we can play a lottery. Open your books at page 86 and here we can see some questions in exercise 1. You will choose some numbers as in the lottery, by guesswork. And you will have your numbers. These numbers are your sentences’ numbers.
If you are ready – raise your flag!
T: I want you to stand up and have a rest for a while.
Alina, would you be so kind to show this exercise?
T: Dear pupils, at the previous lessons we have studied Passive Voice. Who can tell me what is this?
How do we form it?
Supply me some examples
P: I read a book. – A book was read by me.
T: Let’s do exercise 6 at page 88. Here we have to change sentences from Passive into Active Voice or vise versa.
Read the first sentence, please. Come up to the blackboard.
T: Let’s check your answers.
SLIDE 13, 14, 15, 16
T: You have to listen to a certain paragraph of the text and try to guess its subgenre.
My name is Michael Smith and I was born on the 30th of August, 1967 in Long Beach, California. My parents were Eddie Smith and Joan Smith. My early childhood was a typical middle class environment circa the 1960's. My dad worked for Simpson Buick as a parts salesman and my mom was a stay at home mother. I had a happy, normal childhood as an only child, leaving me somewhat spoiled.
To be, or not to be: that is the question:
Whether 'tis nobler in the mind to suffer
The slings and arrows of outrageous fortune,
Or to take arms against a sea of troubles,
After a powerful earthquake struck near the Iraqi border, killing more than 500 people and injuring thousands of others in the world’s deadliest earthquake so far this year.
The quake, recorded at 9:48 p.m. on Sunday, was felt as far away as Turkey and Pakistan. The epicenter was near Ezgeleh, Iran, about 135 miles northeast of Baghdad.
Once upon a time there was a dear little girl who was loved by everyone who looked at her, but most of all by her grandmother, and there was nothing that she would not have given to the child. Once she gave her a little riding hood of red velvet, which suited her so well that she would never wear anything else; so she was always called 'Little Red Riding Hood.' One day her mother said to her: 'Come, Little Red Riding Hood, here is a piece of cake and a bottle of wine; take them to your grandmother, she is ill and weak, and they will do her good.
T: And now we’ll do an interesting crossword, made by…It’s on the blackboard.
Заключна частина уроку.
SLIDE 18, 19
Reflexion. Association «How did you like the lesson?»
T: So do you remember your mood on the beginning of the lesson? Take them again. Is the mood you had at the beginning of the lesson better or worse than now? If it’s the same put your paper into your book. And now we see that our books are filled with our emotions and feelings.
T: Remember! Reading is to the mind what exercise to the body!
Homework. Prepare the information about your favourite book.
Marks. You have self-assessment paper on your desks for each group. Please, put the marks you think you earned today in it.
Thank you for your work! Have a nice day! Good bye!
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