Тема урока: Я, моя семья и друзья
Подтема урока: Семейные узы
Цели урока: организовать знакомство учащихся с новыми лексическими единицами (ЛЕ) и автоматизировать действия учеников с новыми ЛЕ, активно использовать лексику в речи в различных коммуникативных ситуациях, повторить употребление going to, Present Continuous; развивать логику (сравнение, умозаключение), языковую культуру, учить критически относиться к своему поведению, критически думать о своих семейных отношениях, уметь находить пути разрешения семейных конфликтов; воспитывать культуру общения (толерантность и уважительное отношение к различным взглядам).
Тип урока: комбинированный
Комплексное методическое обеспечение: Oxford Word Skills Intermediate SB, p. 28, аудиодополнение к учебнику Oxford Word Skills Intermediate SB, New English File SB, p. 130-131
T: Good afternoon, boys and girls! I am glad to see you. Sit down, please. I hope everybody is ready to work. Let’s start our lesson.
T: What date is it today?
What day is it today?
Постановка темы и целей урока
T: Today we start to work on the topic “Me, my family and my friends” and we are going to talk about different types of families, about what problems you can face with your parents and how to be a good parents and children.
T: Read the tongue-twister
Peter Piper picked a pack of pickled pepper,
a pack of pickled pepper Peter Piper picked.
If Peter Piper picked a pack of pickled pepper,
where's the pack of pickled pepper Peter Piper picked?
Проверка домашнего задания
ІІ. Основная часть урока
Знакомство учащихся с новыми ЛЕ
1. Введение новой лексики
T: Listen to the text and then read it.
Marilyn Monroe was an only child from a single-parent family, but she lived with foster parents until she was seven, and then she was adopted by her mother’s best friend. She got married at sixteen, and she got divorced three times.
Bill Clinton’s father died before he was born. His mother, Virginia, had to find a way to support Bill. So she studied nursing, and Bill was brought up by his grandparents. When Bill was four, his mother married Roger Clinton, who became Bill’s stepfather. Roger and Virginia had a son called Roger, who is Bill Clinton’s half-brother.
Запись новых слов в словари
Т: Listen to the words and write them into vocabularies with the translation
Only child – a child with no brothers or sisters
Single parent – a mother or father who looks after their children alone
Foster parent – sb who looks after another person’s child in their home for a time
Adopt a child – take sb’s child into your family and legally make them your child
Get divorced – legally end your marriage. SYN get a divorce
Support sb – help someone live by giving them money, food, or a home
Bring sb up – look after a child and teach them how to live
Stepfather – a man who has married your mother but is not your father (related words: stepmother, stepson, stepdaughter, stepbrother, stepsister)
Half-brother, half-sister – a brother or sister who has either the same mother or the same father as you
Фонетическая обработка новых ЛЕ с опорой на их графическую форму
T: Listen to the phrases and repeat them
an only child
a single-parent family
she lived with foster parents
she was adopted
she got divorced
to find a way to support Bill
brought up by his grandparents
2.Автоматизация действий учащихся с новыми ЛЕ
1. Listen and fill the gaps
Marilyn Monroe was an __________ child from a ____________-parent family, but she lived with ___________ parents until she was seven, and then she was _________ by her mother’s best friend. She got married at sixteen, and she _________ divorced three times.
Bill Clinton’s father died before he was born. His mother, Virginia, had to find a way to _____________ Bill. So she studied nursing, and Bill was ____________ up by his grandparents. When Bill was four, his mother married Roger Clinton, who became Bill’s stepfather. Roger and Virginia had a son called Roger, who is Bill Clinton’s ________-brother.
Complete the words or phrases
an o ________child
h_________ - sister
ad ________a child
br___ somebody up
Same or different? Write S or D.
She’s a single parent. | she’s a foster parent __D__
He’s an only child. | He hasn’t got any brothers or sisters. ____
He’s my half- brother. | He’s my stepbrother. ____
He’s my stepson. | He’s my wife’s son by her first marriage. _____
She was adopted as a baby. | She lived with foster parents as a baby. ____
She’s my half-sister. | She’s my mother’s sister. ______
Our uncle supported us. | Our uncle brought us up. ______
Complete the questions.
Where were you b___________ up?
Have you got any brothers or sisters, or are you an o___________ child?
Do you have any h_____________ - brothers or – sisters?
Do you know anyone who is a s__________ parent? If so, who?
Do you know anyone who has recently got d____________?
3.Grammar (going to, Present Continuous)
T: Read the rules and do the exercises
I’m going to work in a restaurant.
She’s going to meet me at the airport.
We aren’t going to stay very long.
He isn’t going to like the weather there.
Are you going to find a job?
When is your brother going to visit you?
Use (be) going to + infinitive to talk about future plans and predictions.
I’m going to work in the UK for six weeks. (plan)
I think it’s going to rain this afternoon. (prediction)
When you use going to go, you can omit to go.
I’m going to go to university next year.
to go to university next year
Present continuous for future arrangements
I’m seeing some friends tonight.
We’re having dinner at their house tomorrow.
She isn’t leaving until Friday.
They aren’t coming to the party.
What are you doing this evening?
Is she meeting us at the cinema?
You can also use the Present continuous for future arrangements which we have planned for a fixed time or place.
Don’t use the present simple for this. NOT
I see some friends tonight.
The Present continuous is especially common with the expressions tonight, tomorrow, this weekend, etc. and with these verbs go, come, meet, see, leave, and arrive.
Complete with going to + a verb.
Be buy get married not go not pass
see snow stay
What film are you going to see tonight?
He is very lazy. I’m sure he __________ his exams.
__________ your sister ______________ a new flat?
You __________ in class 3 next year.
We ___________ camping next summer. We _____________ in a hotel.
A When _________ they ____________? B In October.
It’s very cold, but I don’t think it _____________today.
Cross out the wrong form. Tick ( ) if both forms are possible.
I see / I’m seeing my boyfriend tonight.
What are you doing / do you do after class today?
Is it going to rain / raining tomorrow?
We’re going to go away / going away this weekend.
I’m meeting / I meet Susan this evening.
Where are you going to stay / staying in Paris?
Hurry up! We’re going to be late / being late.
She’s going to come / coming tonight.
ІІІ. Конец урока
Выучить слова, составить 10 правил с новой лексикой и грамматикой
Т: You worked hard today: you spoke English, wrote, read, listened and you have good results. The bell is gone! Good bye!