The 9th form.
The theme of the lesson: “Education”
The aims of the lesson:
Educational: to be able to speak about education; to introduce new words on the theme; to check up their knowledge on the theme.
Developing: to develop pupils’ reading, writing skills, logical thinking and oral speech.
Brining up: forming positive opinion about education.
The method of the lesson: question-answer.
The visual aids: the interactive board, cards, the audio on the topic of movies.
Procedure of the lesson:
Good morning, boys and girls. I am glad to see you. Take your sits, please. Our topic is “Education”. We’ll speak about Education in our country; we’ll listen to your projects about our school and get some information about the history of school in our country.
I want you read the words of wisdom about education. “Education is a progressive discovery of our own ignorance.”
Let’s translate it. What a clever thought it is, isn’t it?
T: Now a question line.
Education is very important for us. It’s true. And what do you mean by education?
P5: Art; e.t.c.
T: Thank you for your answers.
Answer the questions.
T: Dear kids, what is Music for you?
What is Sport for you?
What is Literature for you?
What is Art for you?
What is History for you?
P1: Sport is my love. I go in for sport every day.
P2: Art is my life. I think, I can’t live without it.
P3: history is my favorite subject; it’s the main field of education. It tells about our life.
T: Thank you! I’m happy to hear such positive answers.
T: Listen to the text, try to understand it and be ready to answer my questions.
Dear Mr. Priestley, Frieda, Olaf and Hob.
My coming to Cambridge has been an unusual experience. From whatever country one comes as a student one cannot escape the influence of the Cambridge traditions – and they go back so far! Here, perhaps, more than anywhere else, I have felt at one and the same time the Past, the Present and even the Future. It’s easy to see in the old grey stone buildings how the past has moulded the Present and how the Present is giving shape to the Future. So let me tell you a little of what this University town looks like and how it came to be here at all.
The story of the University begins, so far as I know, in 1209 when several hundred students and scholars arrived in the little town of Cambridge after having walked 60 miles from Oxford.
These students were all churchmen and had been studying in Oxford at that city’s well-known schools. It was a hard life at Oxford for there was constant trouble, even fighting, between the townsfolk and the students. Then one day a student accidentally killed a man of the town. The Mayor arrested three other students who were innocent, and by order of King John (who was quarrelling with the Church and knew that the death of three student clergymen would displease it) they were put to death by hanging. In protest, many students moved elsewhere, some coming to Cambridge, and so the new University began.
T: Now answer my questions, please.
What does Pedro say is his impression of Cambridge?
Which is the older University, Oxford or Cambridge?
How did Cambridge University begin?
Introduction of the new words.
T: Look at the blackboard and match the new words with their translation.
Человек духовного звания
T: School is the best part of our life.
Do you agree? You like your school, don’t you? I know you enjoy it’s leisure time activities.
(Listen to P1 information, concerning the history of our school and be ready to filling …)
Make sentences with the school subjects:
I’m good at …
I’m interested in …
I’m bored with …
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Her pupils are … 12 and 16.
Olaf goes … secondary school.
Conclusion of the lesson.
T: All pupils worked well at the lesson.
Write a composition about “Education is for Happier Life”
T: Thank you, goodbye.
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