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Домашнее чтение « Pygmalion» (10 класс)

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Технология «Шесть шляп мышления» на уроке английского языка



В качестве домашнего чтения был разработан урок по книге George Bernard Shaw « Pygmalion» для учащихся 10 класса общеобразовательной школы при учебной нагрузке 3 часа в неделю. Технология «Шесть шляп мышления», как технология проблемно-диалогического обучения идеально вписывается в урок-обобщение, развивает критическое мышление и поддерживает интерес учащихся к предмету.


Белая шляпа. Белый цвет беспристрастен и объективен. В белой шляпе «варятся» мысли, «замешанные» на цифрах и фактах.


Красная шляпа. Красный цвет символизирует гнев, ярость и внутреннее напряжение. Вот и мы в красной шляпе будем отдавать себя во власть эмоций.


Черная шляпа. Черный цвет мрачный, зловещий, словом – недобрый. Черная шляпа покрывает собой все дурное – то, что страшится людских глаз.


Желтая шляпа. Желтый цвет солнечный, жизнеутверждающий. Желтая шляпа полна оптимизма; под ней живет надежда и позитивное мышление.


Зеленая шляпа. Зеленый цвет – это цвет свежей листвы, изобилия и плодородия. Зеленая шляпа символизирует творчество.


Синяя шляпа. Синий цвет холодный; это – цвет неба. Синяя шляпа связана с организацией и управлением мыслительным процессом, а также с применением шляп других расцветок. Начало и расцвет новых идей.


План урока:


1. Введение в урок (весь класс) –формулировка темы и цели урока учащимися.


2. Мозговой штурм (весь класс) – кластеры с главным слово« Pygmalion» , учащиеся обсуждают и заполняют в группе.


3. Игра «The best actor( actress)» (группы) – учитель раздает карточки со словами, по которым учащихся должны сыграть героев.

4.Шесть шляп мышления (2 группы) – учащиеся готовят высказывания по теме с разных точек зрения.


5. Рефлексия




На доске: план урока, цель, 6 цветных шляп, кластер.


Тема урока: Домашнее чтение « Pygmalion»


Ожидаемые результаты: воспитывать в себе терпимость, толерантность, желание помочь другому ;
формулировать и высказывать свое отношение к поступкам персонажей.


Ход урока

1.Today we repeat about George Bernard Shaw and his play «Pygmalion» Tell me, please what do you know

  • about his family?

  • about his interests?

  • about his plays?

  • about his most famous play?

  • about his awards? (5 min).



2. Brainstorm: Rewrite all the words which are used to describe a person into two columns for good and bad characteristics


clever, a bit arrogant

sensitive, to get upset,

polite, strict,

intelligent, conservative,

sensible, old-fashioned,

sociable, snobbish Haughty.

respectable,

kind, educated,

quick-witted, cheerful


(3 min).


3. The cluster « Pygmalion »: You’ve got papers with the word Pygmalion in the middle. Think it over in your groups and fill in the info (7 min).

4. «The best actor( actress) » game. You’ve got the card; your task is to play this scene. (5 min)


Card 1

 SCENE   1

Higgins and Pickering sit in the room discussing their favourite topics.

         Higgins: Tired of listening of sounds?

         Pickering: Yes. It’s a fearful strain. I rather fancied myself because I can pronounce twenty-four distinct vowel sounds; but your hundred and thirty beat me. I can’t hear a bit of difference between most of them.

          Higgins:  Oh, that comes with practice. You hear no difference at first; but you keep on listening, and presently you find they’re all as different as A from B.

Mrs.Pearce enters the room.

           Higgins: What’s the matter?

          Mrs.Pearce: A young woman asks to see you, sir.

          Higgins: A young woman! What does she want?

          Mrs.Pearce: Well, sir, she says you’ll be glad to see her when you know what she’s come about. She’s quite a common girl, sir. Very common, indeed. I shoud have sent her away, only I thought perhaps you wanted her to talk into your machines. I hope I’ve not done wrong; but really you see such queer people sometimes – you’ll excuse me, I’m sure, sir…

           Higgins: Oh, that’s all right, Mrs.Pearce. Has she an interesting accent?

           Mrs.Pearce: Oh, something dreadful, sir, really. I don’t know how you can take an interest  in it.

           Higgins (to Pickering): Let’s have her in. Show her in, Mrs. Pearce.

           Mrs.Pearce: Very well, sir. It’s for you to say.

           Higgins: You know, this is rather a bit of luck. I’ll show you how I make records. We’ll set her talking; and I’ll take it down first in Bell’s Visible Speech; then in broad  Romic; and then we’ll get her on the phonograph so that you can turn her on as you like with the written tapescript before you.

           Mrs.Pearce (returning): This is the young woman, sir.

           Higgins: Why, this is the girl I jotted down last night. She’s no use.  Be off with you: I don’t want you.

           Eliza: Don’t you be so saucy.You ain’t heard what I come for yet.

(to Mrs. Pearce) Did you tell him I come in taxi?

           Mrs.Pearce: Nonsense, girl! What do you think a gentleman like Mr. Higgins cares what you come in?

           Eliza: Oh, we are proud! He ain’t about giving lessons, not him: I heard him say so. Well, I ain’t come here to ask for any compliment; and if my money’s not good enough I can go elsewhere.

           Higgins: Good enough for what?

           Eliza: Good enough for ye-oo. Now you know, don’t you? I’m come to have lessons, I am.  And to pay for ‘em too; make no mistake.

           Higgins:  Well! And what do you expect me to say?

          Eliza: Well, if you was a gentleman, you might ask me  to sit down, I think. Don’t I tell you  I’m bringing you business?    

           Higgins: Pickering, shall we ask this baggage to sit down or shall we just throw her out of the window?

           Eliza: Ah-ah-ah-ow-ow-ow-oo! I won’t be called a baggage; not when I’ve offered to pay like any lady.

           Pickering: What do you want, my girl?

           Eliza: I want to be a lady in a flower shop ‘stead of sellin’ at the corner o’ Tottenham Court Road. But they won’t take me unless I can talk more genteel. He said he could teach me. Well, here I am ready to pay him – not asking for any flavour  - and he treats me as if I was dirt.

(Turning to Higgins) I know what lessons cost as well as you do;  and I’m ready to pay.



Card 2

  SCENE     2

Eliza sits at  the table with the phonograph on it and reapeting the sounds: A-a-a-a-a, A-a-aa-a.

Higgins enters the study. Mrs.Pearce is waiting for him, while Pickering is sat down reading a newspaper.

     Mrs.Pearce: (to Higgins) You simply can not go on working the girl this way: making her to say alphabet over and over, from sun up to sundown, even during meals. You’ll exhast yourself. When will it stop?

     Higgins: When she does it properly, of course.

He comes to Elisa .

      Higgins: So, say your vowels.

      Eliza: I know my vowels. I knew ‘em before I come.

      Higgins: If you know them, say them.

      Eliza: A, e, i, o, u.

      Higgins: Stop! A, e, i, o, u.

      Eliza: That’s what I said! That’s what I’ve been saying for three days and I won’t say ‘em any more!

      Pickering: I know, it’s difficult, Miss Doolittle, but try to understand.

      Higgins: It’s not use explaining, Pickering. As a military man you ought to know that. Drilling is what she needs. Now you leave her alone or she’ll be turning to your sympathy.

      Pickering: Very well, if you insist. But have a little patience with her, Higgins.

Pickering leaves.

       Higgins: Of course. Now say, “a”.

       Eliza: You ain’t got no heart, you ain’t!

       Higgins: “A”.

       Eliza: (loudly) “A”.

       Higgins: “A”.

Higgins is leaving the room.



5. Six thinking hats: (15 min). You have to discuss Pygmalion from different points of view.

A white hat: Neutral. Give all the facts you know about Pygmalion . Don’t give your own point of view and don’t show your emotion. Don’t speak about advantages/disadvantages. The more you speak the better.

A yellow hat: Positive thinking. The more you speak the better.

A black hat: Negative thinking. Speak about the disadvantages of Pygmalion : problems, negative effects. Give examples. The more you speak the better.

A red hat: Emotional thinking. Give your own point of view Pygmalion: what you like/dislike.

A green hat: Creative thinking. Use your creativity speaking about Pygmalion.

A blue hat: Summarizing .You must draw a conclusion, to sum up all the info.

6. Reflection (5 min).

Do you like the play? Why? What is favourite character? Do you know the name of Eliza’s accent

which she spoke at the beginning?



























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