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Урок по теме «Did you hear about…?»



Дата:

Класс: 7

УМК Spotlight 7.



Цель урока: Сформировать коммуникативные и грамматические навыки, отработать лексические единицы и речевые обороты по теме «Средства массовой информации».

Образовательные задачи:

  • Расширить лексический запас учащихся по теме «СМИ» (названия средств массовой информации, газеты и газетные заголовки, интервью, эмоции)

  • Закрепить навыки употребления прошедшего простого и простого длительного времен и закрепить навык первичного употребления в речи.

  • Познакомить с фразовым глаголом «Go»

  • Выработать навык диалогической речи.

Развивающие задачи:

  • Развивать механизм языковой догадки и умение переноса знаний и навыков в новую ситуацию.

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  • Воспитать у учащихся эстетический вкус, интерес к различным видам средств массовой информации.

  • Воспитать положительное отношение к иностранному языку.



Формы работы: коллективнаяпарная, индивидуальная.

Методы: презентативныйчастично-поисковыйиллюстративный.

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Ход урока:

1. Организационный момент.

a) Good morning dear children! How are you? I’m glad to see you. What is the weather today? Do you like it? Today we continue our topic and we’ll talk about types of media, about your emotions when you hear or read news.

b) Before we star our lesson I want to check your homework and l to listen your news stories. Please, present them to your classmates.

2.Подготовка учащихся к работе на основном этапе. (Warm up)

Feelings

We each have feelings, me and you,

Sometimes we’re happy and sometimes we’re blue.

When something scares us, we feel afraid,

We all feel proud of something we’ve made.

When we want to know more, we feel curious,

When we slip on the floor, we feel furious.

We sometimes feel lonely when there’s nothing to do.

We sometimes feel hunger when there’s nothing to chew.

We all feel excited when we make a new friend,

I’m feeling sorry ‘cause my poem must end.



a) Read the poem and underline the words which describe our emotions and feelings.

( приложение № 1)

As you see, they can be positive and negative. Write them into correct column.

Excited, surprised, worried, interested, curious, shocked, sad, happy, depressed,

nervous, amazed, pleased, angry, guilty, tired .

positive

negative




















3. Этап усвоения новых знаний. Speaking and reading.

News and media on the whole play an important role in our life because they make us experience different feelings and emotions. Open your books on the page 38 exercise 1. We can see newspaper headlines. Let’s read these headlines and translate them into Russian. Pay attention to Present Simple in the headlines! What do you think of this boy? What does the girl feel?

How do these headlines make you feel? Before you start answering, look at these cards. (приложение 2)

I’m shocked that…

I feel excited that…

I’m interested in headline about…

I’m happy to know that…

The headline about … made me sad.

I’m worried about …

I’m surprised that …

I’m curious to find out that …






4. Reading for the specific information.

Look at the text. What is it? What do you think interview is about? Which of the headlines in ex. 1 goes with it? Read again and complete the reporter’s notes. Compare them with a partner.

When? At 1)….

Who? 2)…..

What? Turtle 3)………… onto a car.

How? Turtle was 4)……………..when it 5)………………

Result? Car 6)…………….. but the turtle was OK.

Mr Shiao feels 7)………..

The next task is to use the notes to tell your classmates what happened to Mr Shiao.



5. Speaking (работа в парах)

Now pay attention on exercise number 6.You can see the language box here. “Telling & Reacting to news”. It’s divided into two parts. The first one is ‘Telling the news’. The second one is ‘Reacting to news’. Read out these phrases.

Did you hear about/ that….?

Wow! Really?


Listen to this …

What a story!


You won’t believe this.

That’s amazing!


I’ve got some good news to tell you

Oh dear! That’s terrible/ scary! How awful! etc




Use the language box to discuss the headlines. Work in pairs.



6. Relaxation pause

7. Grammar (past simple / past continuous)

a) Before we do an interesting exercise let’s repeat the rules (ex.5 a, p.39).

b) In pairs, read the story. Then choose the correct forms of the verbs, past simple or past continuous (приложение 3).

Earthquake

James did (m)/was doing(c) his homework in his bedroom when the earthquake started (h)/was starting (a) at 6.15 p.m. He sat (j)/was sitting (a) at his desk when the chair started (r)/ was starting (a) to move across the floor. When the floor stopped (l)/ was stopping (m) moving, James ran (e)/ was running (r) to find his mother. His mother cooked (d)/ was cooking (s) when the earthquake started (r)/ was starting(s). When he found (i)/was finding (t) his mother, she stood (y)/ was standing (c) in front of the cooker. She was OK, but the kitchen was a mess. They decided (h)/ were deciding (r) to look outside. Outside, they saw (t)/ were seeing (i) some trees on the ground and they heard voices calling for help. The hospital was very busy that evening, but nobody died (e)/ was dying (n). It wasn’t a very bad earthquake. It only measured (r)/ was measuring (g) 5.5.

Ch _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _



Write the letters from over the correct answers to find out the name of the American scientist who invented a scale for measuring earthquakes in 1935.



8. Phrasal verbs. Work with vocabulary. (приложение 4)

To go against: идти против, противоречить

To go by: проходить, двигаться

To go in for: получать удовольствие от чего-либо, увлекаться

To go off: покидать; взрываться; случаться

To go on: продолжаться; происходить

To go out: заканчиваться, гаснуть

To go out with: появляться с кем-либо

To go over: осматривать что-либо; повторять

To go through: выполнить

To go under: разориться (о бизнесе)

To go up: подниматься, быть поднятым

To go with: подходить чему-либо, сочетаться



To go

Against: to be opposite to sth It goes against my views.

By: to pass, to move Time goes by very slowly when you are waiting.

In for: to try to do, to take pleasure I went in for skiing two years ago.

Off: to leave or depart; to explode; to happen

The bomb was ready to go off.

This milk smells awful. It must have gone off.

The party went off without any trouble.

On: to continue; to happen Don’t stop please! Go on reading.

What’s going on there?

Out: to finish (about light or fire) The forest fire went out after three weeks.

Out with: to appear with somebody Is Mary going out with Dan now?

Over: to examine sth looking for faults or very thoroughly; to repeat

The policeman stopped me and went over my car.

Maybe if I went over it all again I would see what she meant.

Through: to pass or complete She has gone through a terrible illness.

Under: to fail (about business) I think his company will go under.

Up: to rise, to be increased The price for petrol is going up in many countries.

With: to match or suit sth This shirt goes with this skirt very well.

Without: to live or continue in spite of lacking sth

There’s no coffee so we’ll have to go without it.



b) To go out, to go with, to go without, to go by, to go through, to go out with, to go against, to go off, to go in for, to go on, to go under, to go over, to go up.

  1. Are you going to appear with your strange friend?

  2. The wedding passed as planned.

  3. Your opinion is opposite to my opinion.

  4. What was happening when she entered the room?

  5. I’ve passed all the trouble.

  6. I departed in such a hurry that I had left my passport there.

  7. When he became unemployed he had to start living without a lot of luxuries.

  8. I had thought thoroughly what happened in my mind.

  9. When I told him about this he exploded like a bomb.

  10. These jeans suit my T-shirt.

  11. Time begins to pass much faster when we grow older.

  12. His business is failing as it doesn’t make any profit.

  13. People should be fond of any sport: it always improves their health.

  14. The battery was dead so the light finished.

  15. I’ll keep on doing my homework after supper.



9. The end of the lesson

Подведение итогов урока. Выставление оценок. Рефлексия. Домашнее задание.

Our lesson is coming to the end. What do you feel by the end of the lesson? Are you tired? Was the lesson interesting for you? What was the most interesting task for you? Your hometask for the next lesson is to make a front page for your school newspaper ex.7, p.39 and to finish your worksheet with phrasal verbs. Thank you for the lesson. You have worked very well. I’m pleased with your work. All of you get excellent marks. Keep it up!























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Phrasal verb “Go”

To go against: идти против, противоречить

To go by: проходить, двигаться

To go in for: получать удовольствие от чего-либо, увлекаться

To go off: покидать; взрываться; случаться

To go on: продолжаться; происходить

To go out: заканчиваться, гаснуть

To go out with: появляться с кем-либо

To go over: осматривать что-либо; повторять

To go through: выполнить

To go under: разориться (о бизнесе)

To go up: подниматься, быть поднятым

To go with: подходить чему-либо, сочетаться





To go

Against: to be opposite to sth It goes against my views.

By: to pass, to move Time goes by very slowly when you are waiting.

In for: to try to do, to take pleasure I went in for skiing two years ago.

Off: to leave or depart; to explode; to happen

The bomb was ready to go off.

This milk smells awful. It must have gone off.

The party went off without any trouble.

On: to continue; to happen Don’t stop please! Go on reading.

What’s going on there?

Out: to finish (about light or fire) The forest fire went out after three weeks.

Out with: to appear with somebody Is Mary going out with Dan now?

Over: to examine sth looking for faults or very thoroughly; to repeat

The policeman stopped me and went over my car.

Maybe if I went over it all again I would see what she meant.

Through: to pass or complete She has gone through a terrible illness.

Under: to fail (about business) I think his company will go under.

Up: to rise, to be increased The price for petrol is going up in many countries.

With: to match or suit sth This shirt goes with this skirt very well.

Without: to live or continue in spite of lacking sth

There’s no coffee so we’ll have to go without it.



b) To go out, to go with, to go without, to go by, to go through, to go out with, to go against, to go off, to go in for, to go on, to go under, to go over, to go up.

  1. Are you going to appear with your strange friend?

  2. The wedding passed as planned.

  3. Your opinion is opposite to my opinion.

  4. What was happening when she entered the room?

  5. I’ve passed all the trouble.

  6. I departed in such a hurry that I had left my passport there.

  7. When he became unemployed he had to start living without a lot of luxuries.

  8. I had thought thoroughly what happened in my mind.

  9. When I told him about this he exploded like a bomb.

  10. These jeans suit my T-shirt.

  11. Time begins to pass much faster when we grow older.

  12. His business is failing as it doesn’t make any profit.

  13. People should be fond of any sport: it always improves their health.

  14. The battery was dead so the light finished.

  15. I’ll keep on doing my homework after supper.


c) Fill in the gaps with proper preposition.

To go (off, out with, with, on, under, up, in for, without, by, through, out, against, over).

  1. He had a cup of coffee and then went … working.

  2. The price of tomatoes usually goes … in England in summer.

  3. Why don’t you go … skating if you want to have an active hobby?

  4. Don’t go … food if you want to economize. Just drink less.

  5. The bomb went … just after the jet plane took off.

  6. After the train crash, the investigators went … the train trying to find the cause of the accident.

  7. Lying goes … my principles.

  8. This picture goes … my wallpaper very well.

  9. Has the new law gone … all its stage yet?

  10. At the end of the play the lights went … again.

  11. A lot of small firms go … as a result of strong competition of big firms.

  12. George had to go … the post-office on his way home in order to mail the letter.

  13. All teachers know what goes … when they leave the class.

  14. I’ve been going … my boyfriend for 5 years.



d) To go

  1. A new law should … Parliament without any problems.

A. go against B. go off C. go through D. go out with

  1. Let’s … our arrangements once again.

A. go through B. go over C. go by D. go with

  1. The cars crashed and ….

A. went off B. went under C. went out D. went by

  1. Her weight … to 70kg when she stopped playing tennis.

A. went under B. went over C. went up D. went in for

  1. We can’t get on well. All his views … my views.

A. go in for B. go without C. go on D. go against

  1. I didn’t want my daughter to … gymnastics, as it can be very dangerous.

A. go under B. go up C. go by D. go in for

  1. I wish his business didn’t … for a long time.

A. go off B. go under C. go with D. go against

  1. After the bell had rung, we … checking the results of the test.

A. went on B. went by C. went through D. went in for

  1. The earthquake … in a few hours, but it destroyed a lot in the area.

A. went under B. went off C. went without D. went out

  1. some areas, we had to move very slowly because of the heavy traffic.

A. going through B. going by C. going against D. going up

11. People cannot … water for more than 3 days.

A. go out B. go by C. go out with D. go without

12. Nichol Kidman … Tom Kruse for a long time, but they are divorced now.

A. went out with B. went down C. went without D. went by

13. I didn’t know what was … when I was taking a shower, but I found my room

completely upside-down.

A. going on B. going out C. going up D. going over







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Wordlist: Emotions

Calm- спокойный, мирный

Nervous- нервный

Quiet- тихий, спокойный

Upset- расстроенный

Sad- печальный, грустный

Happy- счастливый, довольный

Unhappy- несчастливый, несчастный

Miserable- несчастный, печальный

Disappointed- разочарованный

Pleased- довольный

Cheerful- жизнерадочтный

Proud- гордый

Bored- скучающий

Puzzled- озадаченный

Excited- взволнованный

Guilty- виноватый

Scared- напуганный

Embarassed- смущенный

Feel jealous- завидовать


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Read the poem and underline the words which describe our emotions and feelings.



Feelings

We each have feelings, me and you,

Sometimes we’re happy and sometimes we’re blue.

When something scares us, we feel afraid,

We all feel proud of something we’ve made.

When we want to know more, we feel curious,

When we slip on the floor, we feel furious.

We sometimes feel lonely when there’s nothing to do.

We sometimes feel hunger when there’s nothing to chew.

We all feel excited when we make a new friend,

I’m feeling sorry ‘cause my poem must end.



Write them into correct column.

Excited, surprised, worried, interested, curious, shocked, sad, happy, depressed,

nervous, amazed, pleased, angry, guilty, tired .

positive

negative
























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I’m shocked that…

I feel excited that…

I’m interested in headline about…

I’m happy to know that…

The headline about … made me sad.

I’m worried about …

I’m surprised that …

I’m curious to find out that …



I’m shocked that…

I feel excited that…

I’m interested in headline about…

I’m happy to know that…

The headline about … made me sad.

I’m worried about …

I’m surprised that …

I’m curious to find out that …

I’m shocked that…

I feel excited that…

I’m interested in headline about…

I’m happy to know that…

The headline about … made me sad.

I’m worried about …

I’m surprised that …

I’m curious to find out that …



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In pairs, read the story. Then choose the correct forms of the verbs, past simple or past continuous (приложение 3).

Earthquake

James did (m)/was doing(c) his homework in his bedroom when the earthquake started (h)/was starting (a) at 6.15 p.m. He sat (j)/was sitting (a) at his desk when the chair started (r)/ was starting (a) to move across the floor. When the floor stopped (l)/ was stopping (m) moving, James ran (e)/ was running (r) to find his mother. His mother cooked (d)/ was cooking (s) when the earthquake started (r)/ was starting(s). When he found (i)/was finding (t) his mother, she stood (y)/ was standing (c) in front of the cooker. She was OK, but the kitchen was a mess. They decided (h)/ were deciding (r) to look outside. Outside, they saw (t)/ were seeing (i) some trees on the ground and they heard voices calling for help. The hospital was very busy that evening, but nobody died (e)/ was dying (n). It wasn’t a very bad earthquake. It only measured (r)/ was measuring (g) 5.5.

Ch _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _



Write the letters from over the correct answers to find out the name of the American scientist who invented a scale for measuring earthquakes in 1935.





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