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Hobby.Free Time.The problem of spending free time.

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04.05.2020

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Мета уроку:розширити знання учнів про способи проведення вільного часу, про різні види хобі, різних видах спорту. Виховувати активну життєву позицію, бажання розвивати особистісні якості, займатися корисними видами діяльності. Розвивати навички монологічного і діалогічного мовлення, вміння викладати свою думку, міркувати на тему, висловлювати свою точку зору, розвиток уяви, мислення, вміння порівнювати та узагальнювати, синтезувати матеріал по темі.
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The Problem of Spending Free Time.

Тема урока: “The problem of spending free time”.

Цели урока:

Образовательные – расширить знания учащихся о способах проведения свободного времени, о различных видах хобби, различных видах спорта.

Воспитательные – воспитание активной жизненной позиции, желание развивать личностные качества, заниматься полезными видами деятельности.

Практические – Развитие навыков монологической речи, умение излагать своё мнение, размышлять по теме, выражать свою точку зрения, развитие воображения, мышления, умения обобщать, синтезировать материал по теме, сравнивать и обощать.

Plan.

  1. There are a lot of things people can do in their free time.

  2. What leisure activities do you enjoy doing ?

  3. Entertainment can be educational, develop your personality.

  4. What way can people benefit from sport?

  5. If you use your free time to the best advantage, it will help you in the future

I Things people can do in their free time.

Slide №1. (pictures)

Warming up. They look at the photos.

- What is each person doing?

  • Which of these activities are sports and which are hobbies? Why do you think so?

  • What subject will our lesson be devoted today?

Slide №2. (Spending Leisure time)

Сообщение темы урока.

Today our lesson will be devoted to the problem of spending free time. You will have an opportunity to tell us about your interests, kinds of sport you are keen on and your hobbies.

Slide №3. The plan of the lesson.

  • Things people can do in their free time.

  • Your favourite leisure activities.

  • Hobbies can be educational and develop your personality

  • People benefit from doing sports

  • The saying – If you use your time to the best advantage, it will help you in the future.

Slide №4. Pictures of different leisure activities.

They see the quotations on the sheets of paper. They read them and try to match the activities they see on the screen to the comments on their sheets of paper.

Painting, skiing, motor racing, photography, knitting, stamp collecting, pottery, reading, learning foreign languages

  1. “ My Granny taught me to do it. It’s great because you can make you own pullovers and socks.”

  2. “It’s a great feeling to rush down a cold mountainside. Of course you might be very careful or you might break a leg.”

  3. “You can make all sorts of things with your own hands– vases, plates, pots – and all with a lump of clay.”

  4. “It’s a real thrill to go around the track at 200 kilometres per hour. It’s perfect if you like danger.”

  5. “To catch a moment of a life on film is what it’s all about. Sometimes it’s funny.”

  6. “You may learn about different countries and enjoy a tiny work of art. The can be worth a lot of money too.”

  7. “The idea is to use colour to show feelings. Sometimes the finished product doesn’t really have to look exactly like the subject at all.”

  8. “I can enjoy a magnificent world full of kindness and evil, beauty and ugliness.”

  9. I need it to discuss the topics of common interests with my partner. Bur it’s not very easy to learn it.

Can you divide all these activities in groups?

Slide №5. Groups of hobbies

Talking - Can we divide all hobbies into groups? (– They say - all activities can be divided into four groups )– What refers to the group “doing things”, “making things”, “learning things”, “Collecting things”. They make the list of activities in groups.

  • Doing things (going in for sport, gardening, reading, traveling, playing musical instruments, dancing, travelling, going to the cinema and many others)

  • Making things (pottering, knitting, embroidering, photography, making toys…)

  • Collecting things ( stamps, matchboxes, stamps, coins, records, postcards, dolls, plates, badges, souvenirs, cars, unit art objects)

  • Learning things (languages, history microbiology… for pleasure)

Groups of leisure activities

  • Doing things: gardening …

  • Making things: pottering…

  • Learning things: languages…

  • Collecting things: stamps …

(2 min) -The Champion game. Who will remind more?

Check the list.

II. What are your favourite leisure activities ?

Listening .Listen to this dialogue about hobby.

Practise .https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jscXxxnIuAM

Slide№6. Expressing likes and dislikes. What do/don’t you enjoy doing in your free time? (Use the following expressions)

  • I really enjoy -I just hate

  • I’m fond of - I can’t stand

  • I’m keen on - I find …. Boring/difficult

  • I’m interested in - I’m not keen on ….

  • I’m crazy about….

They say about their likes and dislikes.

  1. Hobbies can be educational, develop your personality, can’t they?

Listening. 48 Successful People With Unique Hobbies. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t8hvCz3lHjA

So you see that people take leisure activities because of different reasons.

Key words: competitive, creative, imaginative, attentive, energetic, intelligent/smart/bright, patient, sociable, thoughtful, strong-willed, determined, sociable, communicative

Slide №7. Questions on the screen. Say a few words about you favourite one.

  • Are your hobbies just spending time in a pleasant way?

  • Can your hobbies be educational?

  • Do they develop your personality? What way?

Linking words: first of all, generally speaking, then, what is more, moreover, also, however, in any case, in conclusion.

Key words: competitive, creative, imaginative, attentive, energetic, intelligent/smart/bright, patient, sociable, thoughtful, strong-willed, determined, sociable, communicative

Linking words : first of all, generally speaking, then, what is more, in addition, moreover, also, however, in any case, after all, in conclusion

  1. What way can people benefit from sports?

Slide №8. People benefit from doing sports.

I can’t help mentioning playing sports. A lot of young people are interested in various kinds of sports, take part in sports competitions, attend various clubs or support their favourite teams.

I ‘d like you to express your opinion - How do people benefit from doing sports.

Give comments on each statement. In groups.

Sports are a great way to keep fit.

Sports bring people together.

Sports develop the best human qualities.

  1. If you use your free time to the best advantage, it will help you in the future.

Slide №9.

If you use your free time in the best advantage, it will help you in the future.

They come to conclusion that spending free time to the best advantage can help them

  • to be healthy,

  • bring up their kids in a proper way,

  • make a successful career.

  • To get knowledge of the surrounding world

  • To find the best ways to relax

  • To find friends according to their interests

  • Not to waist their time

  • To develop their personality

Feedback:

Is the problem of spending leisure time worth discussing?

Was it useful to discuss it?

What makes you think in our class today?

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