- Учебник: «Английский язык (базовый уровень)», Афанасьева О.В., Дули Д., Михеева И.В. и др.
Урок-ролевая игра по английскому языку в 9 классе
Education Systems in Great Britain, the USA and Russia
социокультурный аспект–знакомство с высказываниями великих людей и английскими поговорками об образовании;
развивающий аспект – развитие внимания, памяти, способности к догадке, способности к систематизации, обобщению; развитие способности к самооценке;
воспитательный аспект – воспитание любознательности, познавательных потребностей, желания расширять кругозор; развитие умения сотрудничать;
учебный аспект – развитие речевых умений (монологическая, диалогическая форма речи), контроль знаний учащихся о системах образования в Великобритании, США и России.
1. Ознакомление с новой лексикой, отработка лексики в упражнениях, устной речи на предыдущих уроках, знакомство с системами образования в Великобритании, США, России;
2. Распределение ролей, продумывание высказываний, подготовка опорной карточки для уч-ся с целью оказания помощи в построении устного высказывания;
3. Подготовка презентации, карточек, флагов стран;
4. Расстановка столов в кабинете.
I. Организационный момент
Teacher: Good morning, boys and girls! ! I’m very glad to see you! Take your seats. Let’s begin our lesson!
Сообщение темы и целей урока
At the beginning of our lesson I want you to have a look at the 1st slide of the presentation. You can see proverbs and words of famous people.
It’s never too late to learn.
Live and learn.
To know everything is to know nothing.
Knowledge is power.
«Live as if you were to die tomorrow. Learns as you were to live forever» (Gandhi)
The nation that has the schools has the future.
So, who can say what the topic of our lesson is? Why do you think?
You are right! Today we will speak about the system of education in Great Britain and Russia.
Education is a very important thing in every person’s life. That’s why every country spends a lot of money on it and tries to improve and develop its system of education as well as possible.
At our last lessons you learned about education systems in two countries: Great Britain and Russia. Today we have a lesson of a role play game. The aim of our lesson is to learn new information about schools in Britain, compare they with Russian ones and summarize everything you know about it. I hope you’ll learn something more about schools in Britain and it will be interesting for you.
II. Фонетическая зарядка
Let’s start with our vocabulary. Look at the next slide, read the words.
III. Речевая разминка
1. What kind of school do you study?
2. Do the parents have to pay for your education?
3. How many terms do you have?
4. How many holidays do you have?
5. What subjects do you study?
6. Do you like your school?
IV. Актуализация изученного
Let’s remember types of schools. Go to school, take the piece of paper, read the task and answer. Did you understand me?
1. Children learn to read, write, count. Also they play games.
2. The parents pay much money for education of their children.
3. These schools are for all boy and girls. They don’t have entrance examination.
4. If pupils wants to study at this school, they have to pass the 11+ exams.
5. The education in this school is free.
6. This type of education is optional. It is for small children.
7. In this schools children live and learn.
V. Активизация навыков говорения и аудирования.
Teacher: All of you enjoy playing, don’t you? Let’s play now.I ast you to divide into groups. You are students from Britain, and you are Russians students.
Imagine that we are in a TV studio. Iwill beTVhosts. Doyouagree?
During the programme we have to fill the table. You will complete information about Russian schools and you –about British. At the end of our programme I’ll give you time for discussion.
TV Host:Good morning, dear TV viewers! We are glad to greet you on Channel 1. It’s time to start our programme “News for the Youth”.
The topic of our discussion today is “Education Systems of two countries: Great Britain and Russia”. We are glad to meet you as our guests.
Let me introduce you to each other. Today the students from Great Britain andare taking part in our TV Bridge. Let’s greet them. Hi! How are you?
Students from Great Britain. Student 1: Hello, everybody, we’d like to tell about schools in our country.
In England about 93% of children attend state school, which are free; the other 7% attend independent schools – private and public schools. Some of these schools are boarding schools where children learn and live. If parents want to send their children to a public or a private school, they have to pay for their education. For small children there are kindergartens or “nursery classes” in schools which are optional.
Student 2: Secondary education is compulsory. It means that all children must attend school between the ages of 5 and 16. Most children start their education at the age of 5. Primary school may be divided into two parts: during the first two years reading, writing and arithmetic are taught for about 20 minutes a day. Much time is spent in modeling from clay or drawing, reading and singing. In Year 3 the “real” work starts. Children have lessons in arithmetic, reading and composition. History, Geography, Nature Study, Art and Music PE, Swimming are also in timetable. All schools follow the same National Curriculum. The children attend secondary school for 6 years.
Student 3: Comprehensive schools provide compulsory education for children between the ages of 11 and 16. Comprehensive schools offer 5-year courses to all pupils; there are no entrance exams there. Some children enter Grammar schools which also provide secondary education. If a pupil wants to study at a grammar school, he or she has to pass the 11+exam. There are 10 subjects, which all children must study at secondary school. The whole period of compulsory education is divided into four stages. At the end of each stage (Years 2, 6, 9 and 11) pupils have national exams.
TV Host: Thank you very much for your interesting story. I think students from other country have learned a lot about your schools. Who has got any questions? The delegation from GB is ready to answer them.
Russian student: I’ve got a question. Do you have to wear a school uniform? Do you like it?
British student: Yes, we wear school uniforms. As usual, each school has its own school uniform. I think this fact makes us be more disciplined.
TV Host 2: And now, let’s listen to our friends from Russia.
Students from Russia. Student 1: Hi, friends! We are from Russia and we’d like to tell about the system of education in our country. Most children – 99% in Russia attend state schools which are free, and only 1 % attend private schools. Parents have to pay for their children if they want to send them to private schools. Education in Russia is compulsory between the ages of 6 and 15. Basic education takes 9 years: children first attend primary school for 4 years and then secondary school in which they study for 5 years. (слайд 6)
Student 2: A few words about pre-school education in Russia. It is optional. It is provided by kindergartens and nursery classes in schools. At primary school children learn maths, Russian, reading, nature study, PE, music, drawing, and handicrafts. At secondary school – maths, Russian, literature, history, biology, geography, foreign language, IT, PE, physics, chemistry. Most children attend schools of general education, but some students attend lyceums or gymnasiums. At the end of the 9-year course pupils take a compulsory examination in 4 subjects.
Student 3: I’d like to tell about opportunities which Russian students have when they finish a school of general education. After the 9th year course they can attend senior secondary school for 2 years. At the end of studying they have to take complete secondary school exams. As a rule, two of them are in the form of written tests and three exams at pupil’s choice. If they pass the exams they get a Certificate of Complete Secondary Education.
Student 4: And I’d like to say a few words about the opportunities which students in Russia have after finishing secondary education. We can continue studying to get higher education. Russian students can try to enter the University or Academy; if they have musical talents they can study at Conservatory. There are also Technical Colleges and Vocational Schools in our country. If students study successfully they get a Specialist’s Diploma.
TV Host: Thank you, Russian friends, for your story. We enjoyed it very much. Personally I have learned a lot.
Самостоятельная работа учащихся
I’ll give you 5 minutes for the filling the table.
Time is over. Hang the papers on the blackboard. British students, look at the table. Do you agree with it? Russian students?
All right! It’s time to finish our programme.
Take your seats, please!
Now let’s compare the education systems in Russia and in Great
What are similarities and differences between the Russian and British systems of education?
The education system in Russia has some common features with the system of education in Great Britain.
-Just as in England in Russia there are 2 types of schools: state and private schools. State schools provide free education. Parents have to pay for their children’s education if they want to send their children to private school.
-Both in England and in Russia pre-school education is optional. It is provided by kindergartens and preparatory classes or nursery classes in schools.
-In contrast to England, in Russia children study 4years in primary school and 5years in secondary school. While in Great Britain pupils attend primary school for 6 years and then go to comprehensive school.
- Exams in Russia differs from those in Great Britain. In Russia pupils take compulsory exams at the end of 9-year course and when they graduate from school at the end of 11- year course. In Great Britain pupils have national exams at the end of each 4 stages of education.
VI. Активизация навыков чтения
Divide sentences into two groups : Russia / Great Britain
· Children ages 6-7/17 attend school
· Pupils do not wear school uniforms
· School discipline is not very strict
· Summer vacations from June to August
· Education is divided into 4 stages
· Children ages 5-16/18 attend school
· Pupils have to wear school uniforms to school
· Pupils have exams at the ages of 7, 11, 13 and 16
· There are state and private schools in the country
· School discipline is very strict.
VII. Заключительный этап.
Teacher: Thank you for your work, you have done the task in reading correctly. At the end of our lesson I’d like you to ask.
Imagine that you have to choose to study. In what country would you like to study? Why?
Рефлексия, подведение итогов урока, выставление оценок.
Teacher: You’ve worked hard at the lesson today, thank you for it. Look at the board and complete the sentences:
At the lesson today I have learned about …
I’ve found the most useful …
The most difficult task for me at the lesson was …
Well done! Your hometask will be ex.3 page 101 and to repeat the words.
Your marks for your work at the lesson are …
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