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Урок английского языка для 10-11 классов по теме «Роботы»

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Facts

Comments



Date





Company





Robot’s name





Price





Designer





Vocabulary





Three major functions















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Home robots on sale in Japan



A Japanese company started selling a futuristic home robot on September 16. The meter-high humanoid may make housework a thing of the past – for the rich. Mitsubishi Heavy Industries put its internet-linked Wakamaru robot on sale at a price of $150,000. Just 100 of these home helps will initially be available. The robot is the idea of Japanese designer Toshiyuki Kita. He said his creation was “designed in the shape of a human being so that it is not considered simply a machine” and that it has an “independent personality”.

The robot has an impressive number of features. It is capable of recognizing up to ten individuals by name and has a vocabulary of 10,000 words. It can also navigate its way around the house. The Wakamaru website* explains three major functions that will help the lives of the robot’s users: It can live with the family and provide daily schedules; it can speak with the family and be a friend; and it has its own role of looking after the house when no one is home. However, the price needs to come down to make it affordable by all.







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If you had a home robot, what would you want it to do? Look at the following functions and features and talk about which ones you like.

  1. The robot can talk. It has a vocabulary of 10,000 words.

  2. It can recognize your face and say “good morning”.

  3. It can tell you when you have e-mail and read it to you.

  4. When you are not at home, it will e-mail you if a burglar enters your house.

  5. You can see what it sees with its camera on your cell phone.

  6. It makes toast and coffee in the morning.

  7. It gives you advice on what to wear to work / school / a party.

  8. It will answer and open the front door.





If you had a home robot, what would you want it to do? Look at the following functions and features and talk about which ones you like.

  1. The robot can talk. It has a vocabulary of 10,000 words.

  2. It can recognize your face and say “good morning”.

  3. It can tell you when you have e-mail and read it to you.

  4. When you are not at home, it will e-mail you if a burglar enters your house.

  5. You can see what it sees with its camera on your cell phone.

  6. It makes toast and coffee in the morning.

  7. It gives you advice on what to wear to work / school / a party.

  8. It will answer and open the front door.



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Robot

You are the boss of the Marvel Robot company. You must design a new robot to compete with Mitsubishi’s Wakamaru robot. In pairs / groups, decide on the areas written in the column on the ; ">

AREAS

DECISIONS

Name


Shape


Communication


Ability to recognize
people


Functions


Mobility


Secret ability




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Thin questions

Thick questions

What are robots used for?

What robots do you know (from films, cartoons)?

Give three explanations why people want to have robots?

Imagine that robots appear in every family. What is the result?

Can you agree that robots will control us one day? Why?

Is it right that robots will always be too expensive for most of people?

Do you think that robots can make us lazier and fatter?





Thin questions

Thick questions

What are robots used for?

What robots do you know (from films, cartoons)?

Give three explanations why people want to have robots?

Imagine that robots appear in every family. What is the result?

Can you agree that robots will control us one day? Why?

Is it right that robots will always be too expensive for most of people?

Do you think that robots can make us lazier and fatter?



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WALL-E

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  • Wall-E is designed to clean up a waste-covered Earth far in the future.



  • He collects artifacts of human civilization, and keeps these items in his storage truck home.



  • He enjoys listening to “Hello, Dolly!”



ASIMO

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  • It is a humanoid robot created by Honda.

  • It was created to be a helper to people.

  • It is used to encourage young people to study science and mathematics.

  • It is 130 cm tall and 54 kg.

  • It can walk or run on two feet at speeds up to 6 kilometres per hour.

TOPIO

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  • It was designed to play table tennis against a human being.

  • It is 1.88 meters tall and weighs 120 kg.









ENON

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  • It is a personal assistant robot.

  • It can pick up and carry 500 grams in its arms.



Wakamaru

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  • It is a Japanese domestic robot.

  • It was designed to provide companionship to elderly and disabled people.

  • It can connect to the Internet, and has limited speech (in both male and female voices) and speech recognition abilities.

  • It can remind the user to take medicine on time, and call for help if it suspects something is wrong.

Actroid

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  • It can blink, speak and breathe.

  • It looks like a real human.

  • The Actroid can also dance very well.

  • It helps to direct people to specific locations and events.



REEM

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  • It can find its way safely, avoiding obstacles and people.

  • It can be used as a guide, entertainer, and dynamic information point.

  • The robot accepts voice commands and can recognize faces.

  • It is a 1.70 meters high.

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LESSON PLAN


Level of class: pre-int Lesson Length: 90 mins (2 lessons for 45 minutes)


Lesson aim(s): By the end of the lesson students will be able to speak about advantages and disadvantages of robots and to express their own opinion towards this problem




Lesson sub-aim(s): By the end of the lesson students will have developed reading for gist and detail.




Personal aims: To avoid echoing. To give clear and short instructions. To monitor to find out where any problems lie in order to deal with them during feedback.



Assumptions (what do the sts already know which will help you with your aims?):

Ss will like the topic, because it is interesting to learn some new information about robots.



Anticipated problems + solutions:

Students may mispronounce such words as available, affordable.

Solution: Model and drill the pronunciation.



Materials/aids (References)

  • video

  • text

  • paper and markers

  • copies with some tasks




Lesson stage/

Time/Interaction


Lead-in

5 mins


Ss – T



T – Ss

6 mins



Pre-reading

15 mins

S – S








Pre-teaching

6 mins

T – Ss


























Reading for gist

3 mins

Ss




Detailed reading

10 mins

S – S




After reading

30 mins

S – S








Writing (reflection)

15 mins

Aim




To involve the SS and see what they already know







To motivate the Ss




To develop SS’ ability to predict information



To clarify lexis essential for understanding listening


To involve the SS and see what they already know


To show example pronunciation of the TL


To ensure that SS grasp the core meaning and use of the target language


To give SS an opportunity to pronounce the TL


To clarify the spelling of the TL



To develop SS’ ability to understand the general idea of the written text



To develop SS’ ability to understand the written text thoroughly



To develop speaking for fluency








To develop writing skills




Procedure




T. says she has got something for students (robot). She asks them to guess what it is, asking questions which require a “yes/no” answer.

Set Task: “I have got something for you. Guess what it is. Ask yes/no questions.”


T. shows the video about a robot and asks the question: “Is the robot useful? Why? Why not?”



T. asks to imagine that students have a robot at home and asks the question: “What would you like it to do?” They can choose some features from the list and talk about them in pairs, then in class.


T. sets the task: “Go around the class. Read information about robots. Remember some features and names.” Then T. says about which robot they are going to speak about.








Elicit: T. elicits the meaning of some new words (available, affordable)




Modeling: T. says the item clearly.




CCQs: T. asks questions to check the meaning.






Drilling: Repeat after the teacher several times.




Written Form: Write the words on the board.




T. sets the task: “Read the text. Find if it is cheap or expensive to buy the robot. You have only one minute.”






T. sets the task: “Read the text. Complete the table. You can see facts. Give comments to them.” The teacher gives example. Then they discuss in pairs and with the whole class.




T. gives the table with thick and thin questions. Students should answer in pairs, then change their partners and discuss once again. After that they discuss it with the whole class.


Then students work in pairs/ groups and create their own robot. They should draw it and fill in the table. Then present it in front of the class. Students should choose the best robot.


T. gives the task: “Write cinqain about robots.” T. explains how to write it. (the 1st line – noun, the 2nd – 2 adjectives, the 3rd – 3 verbs, the 4th – phrase, the 5th - synonym)


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Разработка урока по английскому языку на тему «Роботы» подходит для учеников 10-11 классов.

Задания в данном уроке направлены на развитие критического мышления учащихся. В конце урока есть групповое, творческое задание, которое заинтересует учеников, так как им будет предложено разработать своего робота, а затем представить его перед своими одноклассниками.

Тема увлекательна и актуальна, так как 21 век - век новых технологий; и ученикам будет интересно, так как они посмотрят видео и почитают информацию об уже существующих роботах и их функциях. Надеюсь, что данный материал будет полезен учителям английского языка!

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LESSON PLAN 

"Level of class: pre-int Lesson Length: 90 mins (2 lessons for 45 minutes) 

"Lesson aim(s): By the end of the lesson students will be able to speak about advantages and disadvantages of robots and to express their own opinion towards this problem

"Lesson sub-aim(s): By the end of the lesson students will have developed reading for gist and detail.

"Personal aims: To avoid echoing. To give clear and short instructions. To monitor to find out where any problems lie in order to deal with them during feedback.

"Assumptions (what do the sts already know which will help you with your aims?): Ss will like the topic, because it is interesting to learn some new information about robots.

"Anticipated problems + solutions: Students may mispronounce such words as available, affordable.

"Solution: Model and drill the pronunciation.

Materials/aids (References)

  • video
  • text
  • paper and markers
  • copies with some tasks

T. sets the task: “Read the text. Find if it is cheap or expensive to buy the robot. You have only one minute.”

T. sets the task: “Read the text. Complete the table. You can see facts. Give comments to them.” The teacher gives example. Then they discuss in pairs and with the whole class.

T. gives the table with thick and thin questions. Students should answer in pairs, then change their partners and discuss once again. After that they discuss it with the whole class.

Then students work in pairs/ groups and create their own robot. They should draw it and fill in the table. Then present it in front of the class. Students should choose the best robot.

T. gives the task: “Write cinqain about robots.” T. explains how to write it. (the 1st line – noun, the 2nd – 2 adjectives, the 3rd – 3 verbs, the 4th – phrase, the 5th - synonym) 

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