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Учителям 1-11 классов и воспитателям дошкольных ОУ вместе с ребятами рекомендуем принять участие в международном конкурсе «Я люблю природу», приуроченном к году экологии. Участники конкурса проверят свои знания правил поведения на природе, узнают интересные факты о животных и растениях, занесённых в Красную книгу России. Все ученики будут награждены красочными наградными материалами, а учителя получат бесплатные свидетельства о подготовке участников и призёров международного конкурса.
ПРИЁМ ЗАЯВОК ТОЛЬКО ДО 15 ДЕКАБРЯ!
Конкурс "Я люблю природу"
Конспект открытого урока английского языка по теме: «Life and living»
(УМК Английский в фокусе Ваулина Ю.Е., В. Эванс, Подоляко О.Е., Дж. Дули, 9 класс)
Тип урока: обобщающий, урок применения полученных знаний.
Цель урока: создать условия для систематизации знаний и умений учащихся по данной теме с выходом на устную речь.
образовательные: совершенствование навыков чтения и аудирования, активизация употребления изученной лексики по теме, развитие лексических навыков говорения( монологической и диалогической речи);
развивающие: развитие внимания, воображения, памяти; развитие способности к догадке, гибкости и логичности ума, коммуникабельности, способности совершать репродуктивные и продуктивные речевые действия, развитие творческих способностей, формирование умения работать в команде;
воспитательные: воспитание этики взаимоотношений, воспитание чувства ответственности перед своими одноклассниками, формирование уважения к культуре других народов и культуре своей страны.
учебник «Английский в фокусе» 9 класс;
диск (к учебнику);
бумага и фломастеры для проектов
Элементы технологий, применяемые на уроке:
Технология проблемного обучения, технология ситуативного обучения с решением практической проблемы, коммуникативная технология, информационные технологии, технология групповой и творческой деятельности (мозговой штурм), технология группового обучения ( обучение в сотрудничестве).
1). Beginning of the lesson:
The theme of our lesson is: «Is it necessary to be in good relationships with our neighbours?» British people say: «Good fences make good neighbours». But is it so? We asked our senior students about it and here is what they answered us.
2). Presentation (interviews):
Pupil 1: I usually manage to get on well with my neighbours, but I heard that some people have problems with it. Who knows, may be their neighbours have bad characters?
Pupil 2: I don`t deny that getting on badly with our neighbours is not a good idea? But I sometimes quarrel with hem and it irritates me!
Pupil 3: I think we should have good relationships with our neighbours because they are the closest people to us. Moreover, we must respect them and be patient to them.
Pupil 4: I think it is not necessary to see eye to eye with your neighbours. You have your own family and only they will support you in difficult situations.
Pupil 5: Don`t get me wrong, but I find communicating wih my neighbours almost impossible.They can`t see things from my point of view.
Pupil 6: I think it`s very important to do something good for our neighbourhood. For example, building a playground or planting flowers near your block of flats are very good ways to build good relationships with your neighbours. Then they will respect you and you will live in peace.
Теасher: And what do you think? Is it necessary to be in good relationships with your neighbours? We should answer this question during our lesson. We all live in different neighbourhoods of our town and your neighbourhood influences on your life. Do you also think so? I want you to express your opinion.
Примерные ответы учащихся:
-I absolutely agree with it.
-It`s impossible to argue. Undoubtedly, it is true.
I`d like you to listen to Alex, describing his neighbourhood and answer the questions:
( ex.2 p.32)
-What is his neighbourhood like?
-What is there in his neighbourhood?
My neighbourhood is fairly quiet, with wide clean streets and attractive modern houses. It has everything I need without having to go into the town centre. There is a small supermarket, a post-office, a bank and a chemist`s. It`s great because I only have to go into town if I need to go to a department store or a clothes shop which isn`t very often. So I have everything I need nearby.
Учащиеся прослушивают запись и отвечают на вопросы.
Suggested answer key:
-I think Alex`s neighbourhood is great because it has everything he needs close at hand.
-Besides, it is quiet and peaceful.
-It has attractive modern houses and his street is tree-lined.
- There is a small supermarket, a post-office, a bank and a chemist`s.
4). Discussing the problem.
А) Режим: «учитель-класс»
And what can you say about your neighbourhood? Is it a small world around you or maybe it`s enormous? How does it influence your life?
Suggested answer key:
Pupil 1: Speaking about my neighbourhood, I must say that it is a quiet place in the outback of our town Proletarsk. There are no big shops or cafes, but we have a canal with clean water here. We often go swimming there. What else, we have got a very good bathhouse which is visited by many people. The street where I live is tree-lined and there are a lot of flowers in the yards. I don`t want to leave my neighbourhood in future.
Pupil 2: My neihbourhood is quiet and isolated. There is simply no any civilization here because I live with my family 15 kilometres away from Proletarsk. But what I like is fresh air and peace and quiet of an isolated territory. Maybe it`s not comfortable living here but it`s our cup of tea. My father is building a house in our town but i`m afraid it would be difficult to get used to a new life. I shall miss our country house.
Pupil 3: As for my neighbourhood, it is a very noisy area with lot`s of shops, corner shops and other places. There is a beautiful park not far from my house. But the traffic is heavy. And I can`t stand heavy traffic and constant noise. So, I`d rather live in a more quiet territory. It influences my lifestyle very much.
Teacher: So, as I have seen your neighbourhoods influence your lifestyles. Am I right? Recently I was a witness of a small argument between my neighbours. They quarreled about rubbish. And I realized that we can`t be good neighbours if we don`t keep our house or a yard tidy. And what is your opinion?
В).Режим «ученик1- ученик2-ученик3 etc.»
Suggested answer key:
Pupil 1: I think you are right. It`s impossible to be good neighbours if we don`t keep our houses and yards clean. It`ll be a reason for a quarrel. So, I try to help my parents with household chores indoors and outdoors. As a result, our family has a good reputation and we don`t have problems with our neighbours and get on like a house on fire. Have you got anything to add?
Pupil2: The point is, I live in a block of flats in a comfortable flat. But there is a lot of work to do about the flat. I try to keep my room tidy. Sometimes I do the washing or ironing. My favourite household chore is dusting the furniture. As for washing the clothes, my mother does it for me. So, I can`t say that I do a lot about the house, but still. Our neighbours respect us for our tidiness and we don`t have reasons for any problems. What can you add?
Pupil 3: As for our family, we try to keep our house and our yard clean but sometimes we have problems with it. We sometimes forget to throw rubbish in time or our dog may break something while playing with the cat. That kind of thing.
Teaсher: But inspite of it, all of us have some problems at home. It`s impossible to live without problems. They also influence on our neighbours. Have you got any problems at home?
Pupil1: Inspite of the fact that I`m a child of one parent we have got a lot of problems at home. I have no brother or sister so, it`s me who always cleans the house. Nobody helps me about the flat except my mother. But she is very busy at work, so she has no time to do a lot. But there are positive moments- nobody takes my things without asking, for example.
Pupil 2: I find it impossible not to have problems at home, so my family also has our share of problems. I have some habits which really annoy other members of my family. We have arguments and our neighbours are witnesses of that sometimes.
Pupil 3: My family is very well- organized but it doesn`t mean that we haven`t any problems. My mother never gets of the phone and it gets on my nerves. Sometimes she takes my things without asking. By the way, nobody helps me about the house and it`s a problem for me sometimes to do so much housework. I like to play loud music but my father scolds on me for that. In short, and it`s undoubtedly, sometimes our problems influence on our neighbours.
Teacher: So, it seems to me that the less problems we have at home, the better atmosphere is in our neighbourhood. Do you think so? Let`s make a small conclusion to what we have said.
Suggested answer key :
Pupil 1: We should look after our houses, yards, pets etc.
Pupil 2: Our duty is to help our parents to do household chores in order not to have argumens.
Pupil 3: We should resolve our problems in a friendly way.
5). Technology «Brainstorm».
Well, our neighbours. We don`t choose them. What positive traits of character you would like to see in your neighbours? (ex.4a p.32)
-sensible(It`s the most important trait of character, from my point of view)
B) And what negative traits of character you wouldn`t like to see in your neighbours?
Teacher: You see, how different people can be. I wish you good neighbours. And don`t forget to be good neighbours yourself.
6). Describing your neighbours.
Teacher: Think of your neighbours. Which of the above mentioned adjectives would best describe your neighbours? (ex. 4b p.32)
Pupil 1: My next-door neighbours are very hospitable people. They always share things with us. We often visit each other and help in difficulties. They are not arrogant or greedy. On the contrary, they are very kind-hearted and outgoing. Their only fault is that they are a bit forgetful. But in whole they are very generous people. They can give you a good advice. I try to get on well with my neighbours.
Pupil 2: As for my neighbours, they are as safe as houses. They are very sociable and outgoing. They are not easily annoyed and they behave themselves well. I may say that they are successful in life, because they are hard-working and energetic. They are not envious or mean. Their only fault is that they are a bit talkative. Sometimes, it`s impossible to stop their conversation.
Pupil 3: I don`t know my new neighbours very well, but I think they are nice and friendly. They never drop litter or some other bad things. But they are very sociable and talkative. Sometimes they are a bit loud and noisy. It`s so entertaining to watch them.
Pupil 4: Our next-door neighbours are very noisy. They keep having loud parties all the time. I don`t like the way they behave themselves and keep their flat. But they are sometimes outgoing and can help you in difficult situations. So, I am not against to get along with them.
Teacher: So, as you see, good relationships predominate over bad ones.
7). Relaxation. Exerсise «Molecule».
Teacher: Stand up! Come here. Shut your eyes. Go around the classroom. (In a minute) Stand still. Open your eyes.
(Teacher divides pupils into three groups)
8). Reading. (ex.5 p.33)
Teacher: It`s always interesting to know what relationships do other people have with their neighbours. So, I`d like you to read a letter from Paula in which she describes her previous neighbours and new ones. Read attentively and match the phrases to the gaps. While reading, try to find answers to these questions:
Why is Paula glad to live in a new neighbourhood?
-The neighbours are fantastic.
-Her neighbor Kate waters her plants when she is away.
-She also walks her dog from time to time.
-Mrs. Green Watches her house in the evenings, when she is out or does some other errands.
b). What bad things did she remember about her previous neighbours?
-They were completely different.
-The kids next door dropped litter.
-They play music late at night.
- Besides no one was friendly there.
-They even peep at her behind their curtains.
Teacher: Let`s make a conclusion. What do you think about Paula`s neighbours?
Suggested answer key:
-So, she is a lucky person to have such good heighbours. But she was not happy with her previous ones.
-but she is a good neighbour herself. She goes out to the cinema or for a coffee with her neighbours.
9). Word perfect.
Teacher: And what other good things can neighbours do for each other?
Suggested answer key:
-They can share joys and sorrows.
-They can be a closely knit community.
-They can be friends with with their neighbours.
-They can have a lot in common.
-They can turn to each other for support, when something important occur.
-They can give each other money on credit.
-They can cheer up each other when somebody feels down.
-They should never break a promise.
-They should tolerate and treat their neighbours well.
-They should always remember that we have ups and downs.
-They should behave yourself in order not to regret.
-They should mind their own business.
-Who knows what special friendship you might miss out if you treat your neighbours not very well.
Teacher: And what bad things might happen between neighbours?
Suggested answer key:
-They can ask personal questions or thinhs.
-They can steal newspapers or other things.
-They may control other people`s life.
-They can have noisy children.
-They can stick nose into somebody`s business.
-They can have animals that spoil things.
-They can interfere in social life.
-Some people may judge for everything.
-Some may quarrel because of something.
-Others may get down or insult their neighbours.
-Deceiving neighbours is not a good thing either.
Teacher: Would you like to have such heighbours? If no, be good neighbours yourself.
10). Using ideas in situations.
Teacher: I`d like you to solve some problems between neighbours.
(Teacher is giving cards with problems) (ex.7p.33)
№1-to do the shopping
№2- to walk the dog
№3- to look after plants
Suggested answer key:
№1-Would you be able to do the shopping for me as I`m not very well?
-Sure. It would be a pleasure.(Oh , don`t worry about it. I can do it)
№2-Sorry, would you be so kind as to walk my dog?
-No problem. I will do it. When will you go?
№3-Excuse me, can you do me a favour? I would like you to look after my plants when I`m not at home.
-Sure. I will do it for you. Don`t worry.
11). Project: «What makes a good neighbor?» (ex.8 p.33)
( Three teams are working over projects. They are given some paper and pencils to do it.)
Suggested answer key:
a). If you promise to help your neighbour do something, always keep your word.
b).Don`t take neighbours things without asking.
c). Don`t throw rubbish near your neighbours house or flat.
d). Be patient, helpful, caring and supportive if you want to have good neighbours.
e). Never peep at your neighbours from behind the curtains.
f). Run different errands for your neighbours.
g).Be polite to your neighbours, never interrupt them and listen to their point of view with patience.
h). Let your neighbours be a good company. They can give you a good advice.
i).Be capable to see things from their point of view.
g). Analyse any problem rationally and be sensible.
k). Always remember! We are not beasts. We are people. We are human – beings. We should resolve problems in a friendly way.
l). We must leave our not-perfect world to our children full of love, understanding and wisdom.
I – How did I work?
We – How did my classmates help me?
Problem – How did we solve the problem?
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