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Открытый (обобщающий) урок по теме «Этот удивительный мир книг» давался на семинаре директоров и завучей

Theme: “This wonderful world of books”.

Objectives:

Ss will

  • try to analyse their own actions according to the books

  • learn to evaluate the results of the group work

  • develop and reflect on their attitude to expressing different opinions

Skills development:

Students will

  • practice using active, additional vocabulary on the theme expressing and exchanging opinions about books values

  • be able to bring-up themselves the positive attitude to the books

  • be able to work in team

  • take care of books

  • practice giving spontaneous answers

  • improve oral fluency

  • reading for specific information

  • listening for detail

Equipment: cassette recorder, posters, books, cards, costumes, scenery.


Procedure



Stage

Purpose

Classroom management


Time

1.

Organization moment

To turn and activate Ss for a work

To collect ideas for the final activity (discussion)

Whole class


0,5`

2.

Warm-up

To introduce the topic and activate Ss knowledge

To elicit from Ss` useful vocabulary for further discussion

Individually

Introducing topic

a)English writer’s words about a book

b)The poem “A Book”


1,5`

3.

Speaking

To develop Ss` personal attitude to the topic to practice Ss` using active additional vocabulary expressing and exchanging opinions

Individually

1)The book’s meaning in the life of people

2)A discussion about books with a class

a)kinds of books

b)what for do we read

c)What books do you prefer to read?

d)favourite writers

16`

4.

Listening

To practice listening for the gist and for specific information and for doing multiple choice exercise

Whole class

Individual work


2`

5.

Writing

To practice understanding active vocabulary through answering comprehension questions

Individually

a)fill in the table

2`

6.

Reading

To practice reading for gist and for specific information

To develop logical thinking

Pair work

Individual work

a)read different parts of the tale

b)make up the tale in a logical order

c)read the whole tale

d)remember the title

e)name the author

8`

7.

Speaking

To improve Ss` oral fluency

To practice Ss performing artistically

Individually

Pair work

Group work


a)dramatizing of the table

7`

8.

Conclusion

To practice summarizing a discussion


Individually


a)book’s role

b)useful advice

c)golden rules

d)poem “Remember…”

3`


Procedure of lesson

  1. Organization moment

  2. Warm-up

«Except for a living man there is nothing more wonderful than a book! They teach us and open their hearts to us as brothers»


wrote Charles Kingsley, an English writer of the 19th century.


A Book”.

(by Adelaide Love)

A book I think, is very like

A little golden door,

That takes me into places

Where I’ve never been before.

It leads me into fairyland

Or countries strange and far.

And best of all, the golden door

Always stands ajar.

(L. Privalova).



The theme of our lesson today is

The wonderful world of books”


3. Speaking


As you have guessed, today we shall speak about our friends – books.


As an old saying goes, man cannot live on bread alone. Books are the source of knowledge and the means of self – perfection. Sometimes it is difficult to solve some problems in life. I think that books can help us. Books must be our friends during all our life.


  1. Many people collect books. It is their hobby and I am sure it’s easy to explain why. We learn when we read books.

Teacher:

  • Whose hobby is reading?

  • Who else likes to read?

A book is our best friend. Every man always needs a true friend and a good teacher. Of course such friend and such teacher for him is a book.

Teacher:

- Who knows a poem devoted to a book?


MY BOOK.

(by Elsie Parrish)

I will not soil this little book,

Not drop it to the floor.

I will not turn its corners down

To spoil it more and more.

My book’s a little friend to me,

And so a friend to it I’ll be.

Book Manners.

(by Gelett Burgess)

If your draw on your books.

How disgustful it looks!

Here a cat, and there a ball.

One more picture over all!

Take a paper or a slate,

It you want to decorate.

Better than toys.

Why doesn’t Bobby come and play?

He sits upon his chair all day,

At games and toys he doesn’t look,

But turns the pages of a book.



Father is going to read a book!

Father is going to read a book,

So he won’t play with me.

Mother is going to read a book,

So she won’t play with me.

Granny is busy with her cook-book,

So she won’t play with me.

David is busy with his textbook,

So he won’t play with me.

Dear me! Dear me!

No one is going to play with me.


Teacher:

- By the way,

  • What for do we read books?

  • What do they give us?


Pupil 1:

  • I think reading is very nice.

Pupil 2:

  • I like reading very much. Reading is my favourite past-time.

Pupil 3:

  • Reading books we can learn a lot about nature and animal life. They teach us to take care of birds, animals.

Teacher:

  • Well!

Pupil 4:

  • Books teach us to love people to understand them better.

Pupil 5:

  • Books tell us about the history of our country.

Teacher:

  • Fine!

Pupil 6:

  • Books are our friends. I consider they teach us to be honest, kind and helpful.

Pupil 7:

  • Books help us to study better. Books on literature help us to write compositions.

Pupil 8:

  • In my opinion, books play a very important part in our life because they teach people to live and give good advice.

Pupil 9:

  • I read books because I learn a lot of interesting things about different countries.

Pupil 2:

  • To my mind, books help us to live and to understand life better.

Pupil 4:

  • I consider they teach us to love a man, to take care of each other, to understand people better.

Pupil 1:

  • I think, books teach us to be kind, brave, strong and useful to other people.

Pupil 3:

  • I think books are very useful for every pupil. Because text-books, hand-books, atlases, encyclopedias help us with our lessons.

Teacher:

  • Fine!

Pupil 5:

  • I read books for pleasure.

Pupil 6:

  • As for me, I read books for knowledge.

Pupil 7:

  • I like to read different books because in my opinion they are very useful.

Teacher:

  • What kinds of books (genres [_______ ]) do you know?

Pupil 1:

  • As for me I’ve read a lot of different books. Some of them are very interesting indeed some are boring. Some are easy to read and some are difficult to understand. To tell the truth I prefer to read novels and books devoted to militia.

Pupil 3:

  • Books about nature and books by modern authors.

Teacher:

- Wonderful!

Pupil 2:

  • Books recommended by the teacher! Adventure stories and historical novels.

Pupil 4:

  • Novels, short stories, fairy-tales, poem (verse).

Pupil 6:

  • Prose, plays, detectives, educational, boring.

Pupil 5:

  • Scientific, science fiction.

Pupil 7:

  • Useful, political, true-to-life.

Pupil 8:

  • Fiction, nursery rhymes, a thrilling novel.

Pupil 9:

  • Tragedy, comedy.

Teacher:

- Wonderful!

Pupil 10:

  • Drama, handbooks.

Pupil 11:

  • Fantastic dictionaries.

Pupil 12:

  • Fairy-tales, poem.

Pupil 13:

  • When I was little I liked to read tales. But now I prefer to read books about travels. I like to travel with the heroes of the stories. I see many interesting places in other countries.



Teacher:

- Do you read books from your home library or do you take books out of public libraries?

Pupil 1:

  • I have a good collection of books at home, and I often give my books to my friends.

Pupil 2:

  • Our family has got many books. All the members of our family buy books and read them. Of course it is impossible to buy all books which we like. That’s why I often go to the library.

Pupil 3:

  • As for me I prefer to visit our children library in the palace of culture of the railway library. There is a rich collection of different books there.

Pupil 4:

  • We can’t buy all the books we want to read. That’s why we often go to the library to read there or to take out a book to read at home.

Pupil 5:

  • I’m fond of reading. Usually I borrow books from the library, but I have a lot of them at home, too.

Teacher:

  • Has anybody got a favourite writer?

  • And what is your favourite book?

Pupil 1:

  • William Shakespeare (1564 - 1616). W. Shakespeare, a famous English dramatist was born in Stratford – on – Avon. He was a great humorist and realist. He wrote many comedies, historical plays and tragedies. The most famous are: “Twelfth Night”, “Hamlet”, “Romeo and Juliet”, “King Lear”, “Othello” and others. Shakespeare wrote 154 sonnets, which are real masterpieces of poetry.

Pupil 2:

  • Alexander Pushkin (1799 - 1837). A. Pushkin a famous Russian poet, novelist, dramatist and a short-story writer was born in Moscow. He is considered the greatest poet and the founder of modern Russian literature. He is the well-known author of “Evgeny Onegin”, “Boris Godunov”, “Little Tragedies”, “Ruslan and Lyudmila”, “Dubrovsky”, “The Captain’s Daughter” and others. His death was considered a national tragedy by all Russian people. His works are translated into all the major languages.





Teacher:

  • And what is your favourite book?

Pupil 1:

  • When I was a child, my favourite book was “Alice in Wonderland” by the English writer Carrol. I reread it many times. It is a story about a girl and her adventures in a magic country. This book is full of funny episodes. I always enjoy it.

Pupil 2:

  • My favourite book is “Mary Poppins”. The author of the book is Pamela Travers. She is a famous English writer. The book tells us about wonderful adventures of children with their magic nurse Mary Poppins. She is my favourite character. She is kind and strict at the same time, joyful and tactful, well-bred and very pretty. Mary Poppins is popular with children.

Teacher:

- Wonderful!

Pupil 3:

  • In my childhood my favourite book was “Robinson Crusoe” by Daniel Defoe. It shows a dangerous difficult life of a young man on an island. He lived on the island for 28 years. He worked a lot and learnt to make many useful things. How he fought with nature. At first he was an experienced, weak youth, and then he became a strong-willed man. D. Defoe teaches people how to live; he tries to explain what’s good and what’s bad.

Teacher:

  • Very well!

Teacher:

4. Listening

I am sure everybody sitting here , is fond of fairy- tales. That’ s why I want you to listen to 5 short texts about tale’s characters. Try to guess who they are and do the multiple choice exercise. Then check up your results with the answers given on the blackboard with the whole class.

1.

He is a young man. He is too strong. He is very tall. He is a militiaman. He is a good friend of all children. Children are fond of this character greatly.


2.

She is a very pretty girl. She has a round face. Her eyes are large and blue. Her hair is long. It is blue. She wears a nice blue dress. She can read and write. She likes reading and writing. She reads a lot.


3.

She is a very nice little girl. She has a red skirt on. Besides, she has a white blouse on and her red hat suits her.





4.

The girl is beautiful but she has no nice dresses and shoes. She hasn’t got a mother, but she has got a father. He loves her greatly. He has got the second wife now. Who is the girl’s stepmother. She is not kind, she is terrible. That woman has got two daughters who are the girl’s stepsisters. They are not good but they have nice dresses and shoes.

5.

He is small. He is too thin. His eyes are big. His head is big and round. His hair is not long. His nose is very long. He can’t read and write.


5. Writing


Book characters

Pinocchio

Malvina

Red Riding Hood

Cinderella

Uncle Styopa

No

5

2

3

4

1

Points

1

1

1

1

1


Mark

5


6. Reading

Teacher:

And now a little bit unusual task for you to do. You should devide yourselves into 3 groups. I’ll give every group some parts of the tale “Snow Queen”. You’ll read them and try to make up the whole tale in a logical order. Then choose one participant from your group and they will read the tale one by one.

  • Be attentive!

  • Quicker, please!

  • Wonderful!

You have read this tale. You are to remember it well.

At last you have made it up. Fine! Thanks! Now read the whole tale quickly and correctly!

Who remembers the name of the tale? (Snow White).

Do you know the author of this tale? (B. Green).

Questions to the tale

Part I.

  • Why did the Queen call the child Snow White?

  • Why did the King marry again?

  • Why the new Queen nice?

  • Who was more beautiful the Queen or Snow White?

  • Where did the servant take little Snow White one day?


Part II.

  • Could the Snow White see anybody round her?

  • Was she frightened (got frightened)?

  • What did she see in the forest?

  • Was there anybody in the house?

  • Did she see anybody in the house?

  • Was Little Snow White hungry?

  • Why did she want to sleep (tired)?

  • Where did she go to sleep (7th bed)?

7. Speaking

Dramatizing of the tale “Cinderella”


8. Conclusion


Teacher:

  • Today we have talked much about books and we have learnt that books play a very important role in our life. It’s almost impossible to imagine our life without books. Sometimes they help us to survive in such difficult time. I am sure everybody will choose a book as he chooses a friend and will always remember Some Good Advice. Let’s read them.


Pupil 1:


Remember, children, then

Books are meant to read,

Not cut or colour them –

No, really never indeed!

Pupil 2, 3, 4 etc. (reading one by one):


Some Good Advice.

  1. Love books. Books are our best friends.

  2. Wash your hands before you begin to read.

  3. Never read when you are eating.

  4. Do not read books in bed. It is bad for your eyes.

  5. Do not make marks on the pages of a library book with a pen or a pencil.

  6. Do not make dog’s ears in your book.

  7. Do not tear the pages of a book.

  8. Take your books back to the library in time.


Teacher:

  • We should daily follow some Golden Rules.

Pupil 1, 2, 3 etc. (reading one by one):

  • Treat books with care as good friends.

  • Don’t spoil books.

  • Don’t cut or colour books.

  • Don’t turn books’ corners down.

  • Be good to books, they need (much) your care.




Teacher:

You have worked very hard this lesson.

I’m satisfied with your answers and I give you only excellent marks for today.

Now our dear guests Welcome to our magic theatre”. Our pupils have prepared a fairy-tale “Cinderella” for the Christmas holiday. They are eager to perform a scene from it.



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Открытый (обобщающий) урок по теме «Этот удивительный мир книг» давался на семинаре директоров и завучей

Theme: “This wonderful world of books”.

Objectives:

Ss will

-try to analyse their own actions according to the books

- learn to evaluate the results of the group work

- develop and reflect on their attitude to expressing different opinions

Skills development:

Students will

-practice using active, additional vocabulary on the theme expressing and exchanging opinions about books values

-be able to bring-up themselves the positive attitude to the books

-be able to work in team

-take care of books

-practice giving spontaneous answers

-improve oral fluency

-reading for specific information

-listening for detail

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