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уроку з англійської мови в 10 класі
” School life. Education in Britain.”
Підготувала і апробувала:
Гриценко Дар' я
"Луганського обласного ліцея-інтерната
з посиленою військово-фізичною підготовкою
"Кадетський корпус імені героїв Молодої гвардії"
Education in Great Britain.
Objectives: (slide 2 ).
- to revise and enrich student’s vocabulary on the topic;
(повторити й активізувати ЛО теми)
- to develop students’ speaking, listening and reading skills;
(розвивати навички говоріння, аудіювання та читання);
- to develop students’ skills in expressing opinions, giving suggestions and arguments;
(розвивати навички ліцеїстів виражати свої думки та вміти їх аргументувати)
- to practice Tenses in English;
(повторити граматичний матеріал:часи дієслів)
- to form students’ abilities of critical thinking;
(формувати учнівські здібності критичного мислення)
- to bring up the culture of communication, friendly and tolerant attitude to each other, the ability to prove one’s point of view.
(виховувати культуру спілкування, дружнє і толерантне ставлення один до одного, здатність довести свою точку зору)
Type of lesson: linguistic combined.
the cards for different activities, the crossword puzzle, the video, the screen for presentation.
Sequence I. Greeting
Good morning, dear lyceum students. Glad to see you. I think you will try your best and succeed. Today we are going to speak about education in Britain; the best ways and places to get good education. And we`ll work hard, watch the video, and have a conversation through the video about education in Great Britain. We will practice our vocabulary and grammar. We will also speak about the role of school in our life. You’ll show how you can talk with your friends, classmates, how you can discuss about education of thе UK. I wish you good luck. Your prizes will be your good marks.
Now on the screen you can see the motto of our lesson. The motto of our lesson is "The more we study, the more we know" (slide 3).
Can you translate it?
II. Proverb practice (slide 4 )
Let`s start our lesson with proverb practice. Here are some proverbs about school and education. You have to match them and translate into Ukrainian. You have got 1 minute. Are you ready with this task? Your time is over. Ok, let`s check how you`ve done this task. Yes, you are right. You have done this task correctly.
"Live and learn" (Жити і навчатися)
Knowledge is a power (Знання - це сила)
"It's never late to learn" (Навчитися ніколи не пізно)
Practice makes perfect (Перший млинець комом, практика веде до досконалості)
Diligence is the mother of success (Терпіння і труд все перетруть)
"To know everything is to know nothing" (Знати все - нічого не знати)
Do you know ukrainian equivalents? Let`s find out Ukrainian equivalents. I`ll read proverbs, you`ll give answers. Let`s look at the screen, you can see answers. (slide 5 )
III. Check on Homework
Is everybody ready for the lesson? Well, so we`ll begin. What was your hometask for today? Yes, you are right. Your homeassigment was to solve the crossword puzzle on the topic "School subjects" (slides 6,7).Let`s check on your hometask! What does it mean? Can you spell it out? Well done! Now you can see answers on the screen (slide 8). Have you got any questions? I have. Did you like your hometask? What question was the most difficult for you? What was the easiest? (See the application 1).
IV. Warming up
Game.Sentence Star (slide 9 ).
We`ll continue our lesson with warming-up. We have a star with five words. Give a definition of each word. Make up sentences with these words. You can see the star on the blackboard and on the screen. What is a public school,…?What does to fail an exam mean?
a public school (in Britain)
a boarding school a state school
a truant to fail an exam
Key: (slide 10 )
a public school (in Britain) - a very expensive public school where you have to pay to attend ;
a boarding school - a school where the pupils live as well as study ;
a state school- a school paid by the government ;
a truant - a pupil who misses classes without a serious reason;
to fail an exam -to get a very bad mark at the exam.
The most expensive and prestigious private schools are actually called public schools.
There are many children who attend state schools in Great Britain.
There are also about 500 private schools in Great Britain. Most of these schools are boarding ones.
Don’t miss a school (military lyceum, English lessons),don’t be a truant!
Last academic year my friend failed English exam because he didn’t learn (study) it hard.
V. Vocabulary practice. Group work (slide 11 ).
Let`s go down to vocabulary practice. You can see the task on the screen. You have got 1 minute. You can (may) define the correct answers in your drafts. Match the following words with their definitions:
1)a school leaving party
2)final school leaving exams
3)to attend classes
4)to take an exam
5)to pass an exam
a)to come to classes
b)to get a positive mark at the exam
c)the subjects that pupils choose
d)to try to answer at an exam
e)the last school exams
f)the last school party
Your time is over. Who wants to go to the blackboard? Is there any mistake? No, there isn`t. There is no mistake, well done! Do you agree with your classmate? Yes, he is right. He hasn`t got any mistake.
Key: 1-f,2-e,3-a,4-d,5-b,6-c (slide 12).
Who knows what the difference is between to take an exam and to pass an exam?You may explain it in Ukrainian.
To take an exam - здавати іспит.Значення слова:проходити іспит або тестування. Вживання:Ми використовуємо слово take an exam, коли нам треба буде здавати іспит або тест. Або коли ми вже написали їх, але не знаємо результату. Наприклад: he will take an exam next week.
To pass an exam - здати іспит.Значення слова: Отримати позитивний результат з іспиту або теста.Вживання:Ми використовуємо pass an exam, коли говоримо про успішну здачу іспиту. Тобто ми вже знаємо результат, і він позитивний. Наприклад: he is happy that he passed that exam.
VI. Answer the following questions about education in Britain (slide 13).
Before we start watching and listening to the video, I would like to ask you some questions about education in GB:
What subjects do children learn in Primary School?
(In Primary School and First School children learn to read and write and the basis of arithmetic. In the higher classes of Primary School (or in Middle School) children learn geography, history, religion and, in some schools, a foreign language. Then children go to the Secondary School.)
What subjects are called "core" subjects?
(English, Mathematics and Science are called "core" subjects.)
How do private schools differ from the regular ones?
(Some parents choose private schools for their children. They are very expensive but considered to provide a better education and good job opportunities.)
How many universities are there in England?
(In England there are 47 universities, including the Open University which teaches via TV and radio.)
What is the Open University?
(It is the only university offering extramural education. Students learn subjects at home and then post ready exercises off to their tutors for marking.)
What types of British universities do you know?
(There are 126 universities in Britain. They are divided into 5 types:
The Old ones, which were founded before the 19th century, such as Oxford and Cambridge(slide 14) ;
The Red Brick, which were founded in the 19th or 20th century (slide 15);
The Plate Glass, which were founded in 1960s (slide 16);
The Open University.It is the only university offering extramural education. Students learn subjects at home and then post ready exercises off to their tutors for marking (slide 17);
The New ones. They are former polytechnic academies and colleges (slide 17))
Now on the screen you can see Old universities like Oxford and Cambridge.
You know these universities are famous all over the world. Isaak Newton studied at Cambridge University.
University College Bristol and Newcastle University are representatives of the Red Brick, University of Kent and Lancaster University are the Plate Glass, you can see the Open University and the last one is University of Greenwich, it is new one.
Would you like to study in Britain? Why?
Yes,NO. In Britain educational system I like that students can choose some subjects.I think that it is better to study in Ukraine because there are more State schools and Universities that is why we don’t have to pay for education.
But you can study in Ukraine,you know there are many military universities there,now you study at Luhansk Regional Boarding Lyceum with intensive military and physical training,aftter finishing it you can enter in Kharkiv National Air Force University or for example, in National University of Defense of Ukraine. You can see them on the screen (slide 18,19)
VII.Listening Comprehension.Watching the video (slide 20).
Good work. Now you will watch the video “Schools in Great Britain” and answer the questions. Listen attentively, please! Do you like this video?
Now I`ll check how you`ve understood the video through various questions to the video.
1.When does compulsory school begin?
(Compulsory school begins at the age of five.)
2.What kind of exam do students have to take when they are 16?
(When students are 16 years old they may take an exam in various subjects in order to have a qualification. These qualifications can be either G.C.S.E. (General Certificate of Secondary Education) or "O level" (Ordinary level).)
3.What school subjects are mentioned in the video?
(Designing Technology class,Art class,Maths,Science,Food Technology class,Information Technology,English Literature,Religion,History,Geography,Foreign Languages(French,Spanish,Italian)).
4.What kinds of sports are mentioned in the video?
5. How many percent of children go to University?
(About 20 percent)
6.What time does school start at?
(At 9 o`clock)
7.Do students wear uniforms?
8.What does the girl (Diana) learn after classes?
(She learns music)
9.What music instrument does she play?
(she plays the violin)
10. What was the question of the TV presenter at the end of the video?
(The TV presenter asked if their british schools were good or if you preferred your school)
So, you have learnt much interesting from this video ,I hope you like it.
VIII Grammar Practice.
We`ll continue our lesson by testing your knowledge of some grammar excersises. Let`s start with such exercise as choose the correct answer (slide 21) :
In Great Britain children begin/ begins to go to school at the age of five.
Students read/readed Shakespeare`s play “Romeo and Juliet” a week ago.
Oxford and Cambridge were/ was founded in the medieval period.
The name “Oxbridge” will denote/ denotes the universities of Oxford and Cambridge.
Last year he didn't speak /didn't spoke English fluently, but now he was/ is one of the best students in the group.
You can see this exercise on the screen. Look through ,please! You have got 1 minute. Who wants to be the first? Read the sentence. What variant is correct? Why did you choose this variant? Can you explain it? Let`s check it.
The next task you get on the cards and you will work in pairs, who is the first, raise your hand, you have 1 minute. This is your task (slide 22) : correct the mistakes in the sentences and explain why there is a mistake:
By the end of the seventeenth century Cambridge are (was) the home of Sir Isaaс Newton.
Did (Does) the first lesson usually started (start) at 9 o`clock ?
If you will () have a look at an English pupil`s school record (,)you will see the marks in it differ from the marks we have.
Harrow school is famous as the place where Winston Churchill were (was) educated, as well as six other Prime Ministers of Great Britain, the poet Lord Byron and many other prominent people.
(Are)There are three lessons with short breaks of ten minutes between them?
Your time is over. Correct the mistake ,please. Who is the first? Do you agree with your class(mate)? Why yes, not? Well done! I`m sorry, but you are wrong . Let`s look at the screen and compare! When do we use comma in Conditionals sentences?
Our lesson comes to the end, your hometask is to answer the next question in writing: are british schools good or do you prefer your school? (slide 23 ).
Talk in mode T - P 1-P 2-P 3…
What topic did we practice at the lesson today? What new information have you found out about education in Britain? What grammar material have we revised? What task did you like the most? Say one word denoting a type of school (private, modern, grammar, public school, state, comprehensive school, infant school, junior school).
Dear lyceum students! Today we have had a very interesting lesson on the topic" Education in Great Britain". You have got to know many interesting and important things about education. The results of your discussion of the problem show that you know the material on the topic rather well. You used all necessary lexical and grammatical material. Besides, today`s lesson showed who knows the theme better and who needs more working on the theme. The topic united you all and I hope that discussion of any problem will be a habitual thing for you.
When pupils come to school they must behave themselves properly. They must follow some certain school rules. And finally I would like to leave you a keepsake how to behave yourselves in the Military Lyceum. There are some rules. You can see these rules on the screen. (slide 24 ):
Lyceum students must Lyceum students mustn't
Come in time. Run in the corridors
Do their homework Talk in the lessons
Be attentive in the lessons Come late
Clean their classrooms Miss lessons
Listen to the teacher Forget things
Study well Forget to do the lessons
Learn the rules Interrupt teachers
Be polite Be bad lyceum students
Prepare the lessons Cheat in the lessons
Clean the blackboard Fight with classmates
You have to follow these rules.
Who was the most active? Some of you were very active ,some pupils were a little bit lazy. Why? Some of you got excellent marks, I mean 12,11,10, because you have worked hard at the lesson today and were very active. Some of you got good marks (7,8,9) – you need to learn a little more and some god satisfactory, you must be more active, learn more and raise your hands.
Your marks are ,you have got,…has got excellent ( good, satisfactory)marks, no one received a low mark.
Our lesson is over. Thank you for the lesson. You are free, good bye! (slide 25 )