Конспект урока английского языка « Протяни руку помощи» (Lend a helping hand)
для учащихся 9 классов (проведен 4.02.14 г.)
Цели: развитие Расширение знаний учащихся о благотворительной деятельности, совершенствование лексических навыков и навыков чтения с целью извлечения конкретной информации.
Практическая: активизировать использование в речи лексических единиц по теме «Благотворительность»; совершенствовать навыки устной речи в рамках заявленной темы, тренировать в чтении текста с детальным пониманием прочитанного и умения извлекать из текста нужную информацию.
Развивающая: развивать умения аргументировать и доказывать свое мнение, способность концентрировать внимание и распределять его, развивать ассоциативное мышление, воображение.
Образовательная: обогатить знания учащихся о благотворительной деятельности, использовать английский язык для повышения общей культуры учащихся.
Воспитательная: Воспитывать чувство доброты и толерантности по отношению к другим людям, умения работать коллективно, формировать уважительное отношение к иностранному языку как средству межкультурного общения.
Компьютер, интерактивная доска
Warm up activity
1. Структура Round Robin (уч-ся проговаривают ответ на вопрос по кругу один раз)
Answer the question why do you think it is important to help others?
(Discuss, giving reasons)
2. Match the words related to the topic with their meanings:
1. charity a. work without any money
2. a volunteer b. kindness in giving help
3. a charity c. a person who helps without any money
4. voluntary d. an organization that helps poor people
Answers: 1b, 2c, 3d, 4a
Look at the pictures. (Ex 1 p90) Which of the following can you see?
-people helping out at an animal shelter
-a woman visiting senior citizen
-a woman helping a disabled senior citizen
-children planting trees
-people helping to clean up a pond
-a person working with children
- red cross giving supplies to victims of an earthquake
Task 4 Reading
Most teens hang out with their friends or watch TV or surf the net after school, but 15 year old Richard Evans is different. He helps out at the local animal shelter.
Read the text again and match the headings to the paragraphs. There is one you do not need to use (Ex3 p91).
All Shapes and Sizes
It All Helps
“I started working at the animal shelter after school a year ago. Some people came to my school to give a talk about ways teens can help out in the community. I liked the idea of getting involved with something worthwhile, and as I’ve always loved animals the shelter seemed the natural choice for me.
Basically, I help out for a couple of hours about twice a week, more in the holidays. Sometimes I help the staff members feed and clean and exercise the animals. Other times, I answer phone calls or help members of the public to choose a pet. Last year during the summer holiday, I also spoke to some groups of children about looking after pets properly and the importance of showing kindness to animals. I especially enjoyed that!
When most people think about animal shelters, they think of cats and dogs. Well, there are plenty of both at our shelter, but there are sometimes farm animals there, too, such as, horses, sheep, goats, chickens, ducks and once, even a llama who we named Jack! Most of the animals are either brought to the shelter by their owners because they can no longer take care of them, or they are removed from their homes because they are not being looked after properly. Once I went with a member of staff to rescue a pony from a farm where it had been extremely neglected. I found it hard not to burst into tears when I first saw a pony, but I was pleased to report that he made a full recovery at the shelter.
Some of the animals need more care than usual, so a foster home is found for them. I have taken home two little kittens before, as well as injured guinea pig and a puppy that had been found abandoned in a rubbish bin. Sometimes my mum jokes that our house is more like a zoo than a home!
Summer is the busiest time for shelters, with many people simply abandoning their pets when they go on holiday. So why not ask to volunteer at your local shelter this summer? Or you could do something else, such as going to a charity event, or volunteer to visit senior citizen for a few hours a week. I’ve learnt a lot about myself and others through volunteering and I’ve met a lot of interesting people, too!”
Answers: 1c 2e 3d 4a 5f
2.Cтруктура (Think – Write- Round – Robin) Answer the questions about the text:
( уч-ся обдумывают ответ на вопрос, записывают его и обсуждают).
1. Who inspired Richard to help out at a local animal shelter?
2. What kind of work does he do at an animal shelter?
3. Why are the animals brought to the shelter?
4. Why do some animals need more care than usual?
5. Which season is usually the busiest time for shelters and why?
1. Some people who came to his school to give a talk about ways teens can help out in the community.
2. He helps the staff members feed and clean and exercise the animals, he answers phone calls or helps members of the public to choose a pet.
3. Most of the animals are either brought to the shelter by their owners because they can no longer take care of them, or they are removed from their homes because they are not being looked after properly.
4. Some of the animals need more care than usual, because they were treated awfully.
5. Summer is the busiest time for shelters, with many people simply abandoning their pets when they go on holiday.
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