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Конспект урока по английскому языку "News stories"

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Тема урока: «News stories»

Дата:

Класс: 7

Цели: активизация лексики, развитие навыков просмотрового и поискового чтения, аудирования, говорения.

Задачи:

  1. Формировать приемы умственной деятельности, учить мыслить логически.

  2. Побуждать учащихся к использованию уже знакомой информации на русском языке, на английском языке.

  3. Практиковать учащихся в аудировании и устной речи.

  4. Формировать системное представление учащихся о средствах массовой информации.

  5. активизация групповой работы и работы в паре



Материальное обеспечение урока: Учебник Spotlight 7 класс, Портфолио Spotlight 7класс(дневник личных достижений), аудио диск для работы в классе Spotlight7 класс, презентация, интерактивная доска, видео материал, раздаточный материал

Ход урока

  1. The beginning of the lesson

Т: Good morning boys and girls. How are you?

Р: Good morning teacher. Fine, thanks. And you?

Т:I’m very well, thanks. I am glad to see you.

Р: We are glad to see you too.

Т: Sit down, please. As usual we start our lesson with some questions.

What is the date today?

What day of the week is it today?

Who is on duty today?

Who is absent?

P-1;Р-2;:……….

Т: In the lesson today we’re going to speak about news, about different types of media where we can find news, about emotions that we feel reading newspaper headlines. You will learn how to tell and react to news. So the theme of our lesson is “News stories”



2.Phonetic drill

Т: There are a lot of English proverbs about news. Look at the board and read the proverbs.

-If people weren’t so bored then bad news wouldn’t be so popular.

-Bad news is the first to come.

-Ill news travels fast.

-No news is good news.

-News doesn’t sleep on the way

-The earth has ears, news has wings.

T: Read them, please. Try to find Russian equivalent to them. (Pay attention to the fact that “news” is singular.)

3.Brainstorming.

T: So news means new information and reports of recent events. Where can we find news?

P: We can find it in the media.

T: First of all, tell me please what types of media do you know? (составление Mindmap)

Main types of news media

Print media The Internet

Broadcast media

Newspapers Television Websites

Magazines Radio Webblogs

Journals



T: Please, pay attention to prepositions! Where we can find news?

P-1;P-2;P-3…..

in newspaper

on television

on the radio

on the Internet

T: Your next task is to match the words and their definitions. (раздаточный материал)

  • Television

  • Newspaper

  • The Internet

  • Radio

  1. a paper printed and sold usually daily or weekly with news, advertisements etc.;

  2. the process of sending and receiving messages through the air; broadcasting programmes for people to listen to;

  3. broadcasting programmes (the news, plays, advertisements, shows, etc.) for people to watch on their television sets;

  4. a way to communicate with your partner who might be a thousand miles away using the computer (e-mails).



4. Work with vocabulary (new words).

T: Now, please, open your vocabularies and write down new words from ex.2 page 36.

-local/national/international news, - daily horoscopes, - interviews, - weather reports, - interesting articles, - music, - TV guide, - cartoon strips, - chat shows, - advertisements, - celebrity gossip, - fashion and beauty advice , - documentaries.

5. Speaking

T: Boys and girls, what type of media do you prefer? Do you prefer watching TV? Maybe you like listening to the radio or surfing the Net?

P-1;P-2;P-3;P-4……

T: Yes, tastes differ! What does each type of media provide us with? Use the new words to answer the question. “What does each type of media provide us with?”

P-1: TV provides us with…..

P-2: Radio provides us with …

P-3: Newspapers and magazines provide us with…



6.Grammar

T: We continue our lesson. Let’s repeat Past continuous. When do we use it?

P: We use Past continuous to describe: a) an action which was in progress at a stated time in the past. We don’t know when the action started or finished. At 1 o’clock this afternoon they were having coffee.

b) a past action which was in progress when another action interrupted it. He was cooking when there was a power cut.

c) two or more actions which were happening at the same time in the past. He was reading while she was sleeping.

d) background description to events in the story/ description.

They were travelling to London….

Past continuous

was (were) + Ving

Time expressions:

at 7 o’clock, at that moment, when…, while…, from…till, all day long

7.Speaking. Improve grammar skills in oral speech (Past Continuous)

T: Please, look at the pictures in your textbooks. These pictures were taken yesterday afternoon at 6 o’clock. All these people were using different types of media. What types of media was each person using? Mind your grammar. Use Past Continuous in your answers. (ex.1,p.36)

P-1:John was reading a text message on his mobile at 6 o’clock yesterday.

P-2:Sue was watching TV at 6 …P-3:Tony was reading a newspaper …

P-4:Mary was reading a magazine …P-5:Laura was sending emails



T: So the next task for you. Use the ideas to ask and answer questions about the people in the pictures. Work in pairs. (ex.6, p.37)

Example:

Laura / read the newspaper / 6 o’clock?

A: Was Laura reading the newspaper at 6 o’clock?

B: No, she wasn’t. She was sending emails.

8.Relaxation pause

T: I think it’s time to have a rest. Stand up. Our eyes are tired, they need a rest. Let΄s help them to be strong.

Look left, right 

Look up, look down  

Look around.  

Look at your nose  

Look at that rose  

Close your eyes  

Open, wink and smile. 

T: That’s enough. Sit down please.

9. Pre-listening questions, working with headlines

T:Look at the pictures and headlines (ex.3, p.36) and say where can you see the 1st,2nd, 3rd text? On the internet? In the newspaper? In the magazine? What is it about?

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P-1: I can see the 1st text on the Internet. The first text is about a bear etc




10. Listening and reading for specific information. (ex.3b, p.36)

T: Listen and say which text is about a) a brave pet b)an amazing success c)an unwanted visitor d) a beast and a brave man.

11. Match the synonyms. Work in pairs.

T: During the lesson we’ve worked with some words and we’ve used them in the sentences, we’ve listened to the text and now it’s time to start checking your understanding of new vocabulary from the text .I’ll give you some cards with a column of words from the text and you should match them to their synonyms.

1)Nursery rhyme

a) leave quickly


2)Porridge


b) finally


3)Eventually


c) a place that is safe


4)Run off

d) a wild animal

5)Bravely


e) do something better than it was


6)Beast


f) hot cereal


7)Safety


g) child’s poem


8)Recover


h) get better( feel better)


9)Break a record


i) without fear








12. Conclusion.

T: Today we talked about types of media. We know about politics, crimes, cultural and sporting events. We can hardly imagine our life without Mass-Media. Mass-media has changed our lives in many ways. It has brought many positive things but also many negative things. Work in a small group. Think hard!



THE EFFECTS OF MASS-MEDIA

Positive

Negative

You can learn a lot.

It takes a lot of your time.

Television makes people argue and discuss things, think and talk more.

TV is terribly bad for people’s eyes and children don’t get enough fresh air.


If you want to contact someone in another part of the world fast, the Internet could be for you.

The Internet is really bad news. It's ruining our lives.



T: Write down your homework. Textbook page 37 exercise 8 (portfolio) Write a news story about something important that happened in your area last week.

The second task is to check grammar. (worksheets)

Thank you for such a good job. The lesson is over.

















































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It’s used to talk about an action in progress at a certain time in the past.



We often use this tense to talk about two simultaneous actions.



We also use it to tall about an action in progress interrupted by another past action.



At 7 pm they

were watching

a terror film on television.




She was coking dinner while the children were doing their homework.




The light went out while I was watching my favourite cartoon.





It is very often used with this tense, but “when” is also possible.




Verbs of thinking, liking, being and possession are not used in continuous forms.


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Look at the pictures and fill in the blanks with the past continuous or the past simple of one of the verbs in the notebook.

  1. Lisa …………………….. when her mum…………………….. home.

  2. While Ann…………………….. at the hairdresser’s, her boyfriend …………………….. her a text message.

  3. At 6 pm Alice…………………….. lots of presents for her family.

  4. While Bob and Helen……………….. for the bus it……………….. to rain.

  5. While Stella…………………….. to her boyfriend the waitress …………….. them an exotic drink.

  6. At 5 o’clock, Paul……………….. his office and Anna……………….. on her mobile phone.

  7. At 10 am Laura…………………….. a speech to her employees at her office.

  8. While Sue…………………….. under a tree in the park her little cat…………………………..….. her.

  9. When Linda…………………breakfast the doorbell ……………….. .

  10. Rob and Liz…………….. in the park when I……………….. them.

  11. Frank and Sandra……………….. a cup of coffee while they ……………….. the sun go down.

  12. When I …………….. into the café Lana …………….. food and drinks to the customers.

  13. While Tina………….. at a dress her husband…………….. a pile of packets.

  14. At 11 am Tim and Bella ………………..…….. in the town centre.

  15. At 12:30 my sister……………..……….. on a bench in the park reading the newspaper.

  16. Helen her…………………. hair when mum………………….. her for dinner.

  17. Paul ………….…….. to Amanda while she………..……….. the piano.

  18. Lucy …………………….. on platform 2 when her train arrived at the station.

  19. Anna …………….. asleep while she…………….. on her hammock.

  20. When Susan………………..………..back from the shops her motorbike ……………………..….. down.

  21. The three girls………………….. an agreement after talking for over two hours.




Past of to be+ the –ing form of the verb


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It’s used to talk about an action in progress at a certain time in the past.



We often use this tense to talk about two simultaneous actions.



We also use it to tall about an action in progress interrupted by another past action.



At 7 pm they

were watching

a terror film on television.




She was coking dinner while the children were doing their homework.




The light went out while I was watching my favourite cartoon.





It is very often used with this tense, but “when” is also possible.




Verbs of thinking, liking, being and possession are not used in continuous forms.


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Look at the pictures and fill in the blanks with the past continuous or the past simple of one of the verbs in the notebook.

  1. Lisa …………………….. when her mum…………………….. home.

  2. While Ann…………………….. at the hairdresser’s, her boyfriend …………………….. her a text message.

  3. At 6 pm Alice…………………….. lots of presents for her family.

  4. While Bob and Helen……………….. for the bus it……………….. to rain.

  5. While Stella…………………….. to her boyfriend the waitress …………….. them an exotic drink.

  6. At 5 o’clock, Paul……………….. his office and Anna……………….. on her mobile phone.

  7. At 10 am Laura…………………….. a speech to her employees at her office.

  8. While Sue…………………….. under a tree in the park her little cat…………………………….. . her.

  9. When Linda…………………breakfast the doorbell ……………….. .

  10. Rob and Liz…………….. in the park when I……………….. them.

  11. Frank and Sandra……………….. a cup of coffee while they ……………….. the sun go down.

  12. When I …………….. into the café Lana …………….. food and drinks to the customers.

  13. While Tina………….. at a dress her husband…………….. a pile of packets.

  14. At 11 am Tim and Bella ………………..…….. in the town centre.

  15. At 12:30 my sister……………..……….. on a bench in the park reading the newspaper.

  16. Helen her…………………. hair when mum………………….. her for dinner.

  17. Paul ………….…….. to Amanda while she………..……….. the piano.

  18. Lucy …………………….. on platform 2 when her train arrived at the station.

  19. Anna …………….. asleep while she…………….. on her hammock.

  20. When Susan………………..………..back from the shops her motorbike ……………………..….. down.

  21. The three girls………………….. an agreement after talking for over two hours.




Past of to be+ the –ing form of the verb


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Look at the pictures and fill in the blanks with the past continuous or the past simple of one of the verbs in the notebook.

  1. Lisa was studying when her mum arrived home.

  2. While Ann was at the hairdresser’s, her boyfriend sent her a text message.

  3. At 6 pm Alice was buying lots of presents for her family.

  4. While Bob and Helen were waiting for the bus it started to rain.

  5. While Stella was talking to her boyfriend the waitress prepared them an exotic drink.

  6. At 5 o’clock, Paul was leaving his office and Anna was speaking on her mobile phone.

  7. At 10 am Laura was giving a speech to her employees at her office.

  8. While Sue was sitting under a tree in the park her little cat was observing her.

  9. When Linda was having breakfast the doorbell rang.

  10. Rob and Liz were jogging in the park when I saw them.

  11. Frank and Sandra had a cup of coffee while they were watching the sun go down.

  12. When I went into the café Lana was serving food and drinks to the customers.

  13. While Tina was looking at a dress her husband was holding a pile of packets.

  14. At 11 am Tim and Bella were walking in the town centre.

  15. At 12:30 my sister was sitting on a bench in the park reading the newspaper.

  16. Helen was combing her hair when mum called her for dinner.

  17. Paul listened to Amanda while she was playing the piano.

  18. Lucy was standing on platform 2 when her train arrived at the station.

  19. Anna fell asleep while she was lying on her hammock.

  20. When Susan was coming back from the shops her motorbike broke down.

  21. The three girls reached an agreement after talking for over two hours.



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7. Mr. Smith / clean

ast Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Smith invited some of their children’s friends to spend the afternoon at their house. Look at the picture and answer the questions.


4. Mrs. Smith / eat


























  1. Was Paul riding a bike? ___________________________________________

What was he doing? ___________________________________________

  1. Was Ted surfing the net? ___________________________________________

What was he doing? ___________________________________________

  1. Was Cynthia playing with the dog? ___________________________________________

What was she doing? ___________________________________________

  1. Was Mrs. Smith cleaning the house? ___________________________________________

What was she doing? ___________________________________________

  1. What were the boys doing? ___________________________________________

  2. What were the boy and the girl doing? ___________________________________________

  3. Was Mr. Smith swimming? ___________________________________________

What was he doing? ___________________________________________

  1. What were the girls doing? ___________________________________________

Were the children playing basketball? ___________________________________________

  1. What were they doing? ___________________________________________

  2. What was the girl painting? ___________________________________________

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ANSWER KEY




  1. David and Helen were playing tennis.

  2. Mary wasn’t lying on the grass.

  3. The birds weren’t flying.

  4. Tom and Bridget were sitting under a tree.

  5. Sam was writing his diary.

  6. Alan wasn’t answering the phone.

  7. The dog was biting a shoe.

  8. It wasn’t raining.


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  1. False

  2. True

  3. False

  4. False

  5. True

  6. False

  7. True

  8. True

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  1. Was the sun shining?

Yes, it was.

  1. Were Tom and Bridget eating sandwiches?

No, they weren’t. They were drinking soft drinks.

  1. Was Mary talking on her mobile phone?

No, she wasn’t. She was running.

  1. Were the birds singing?

Yes, they were.

  1. Was the cat chasing a bird?

No, it wasn’t. It was sleeping.

  1. Was Alan playing football?

No, he wasn’t. He was listening to music.

  1. Was the phone ringing?

Yes, it was.

  1. Was Sam standing near a tree?

No, he wasn’t. He was sitting under a tree.

  1. Were David and Helen having a picnic?

No, they weren’t. They were playing tennis.


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1)Nursery rhyme

a) leave quickly


2)Porridge


b) finally


3)Eventually


c) a place that is safe


4)Run off

d) a wild animal

5)Bravely


e) do something better than it was


6)Beast


f) hot cereal


7)Safety


g) child’s poem


8)Recover


h) get better( feel better)


9)Break a record


i) without fear




1)Nursery rhyme

a) leave quickly


2)Porridge


b) finally


3)Eventually


c) a place that is safe


4)Run off

d) a wild animal

5)Bravely


e) do something better than it was


6)Beast


f) hot cereal


7)Safety


g) child’s poem


8)Recover


h) get better( feel better)


9)Break a record


i) without fear




1)Nursery rhyme

a) leave quickly


2)Porridge


b) finally


3)Eventually


c) a place that is safe


4)Run off

d) a wild animal

5)Bravely


e) do something better than it was


6)Beast


f) hot cereal


7)Safety


g) child’s poem


8)Recover


h) get better( feel better)


9)Break a record


i) without fear




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