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BOOKS. Pleasure of Reading. Books are full of many things That I would like to know. Books are full of greatest men That lived long, long ago. Riddles. I have many leaves, I am not a tree. I am something nice Come and read me. I am neither a rhyme nor a song, I can be short or very long, I can be funny or quite sad, To read me you will be glad. Books are full of countries That I would like to see. Books are full of people That I would like to be. Books are full of children That I would like to meet. Books are full of sweet fruit That I would like to eat. Books are full of mountains That can be high or low. Books are full of flowers That I would like to grow.
Pleasure of reading Учитель английского языка Бушова Н.А Многопрофильный лицей №20 г. Ульяновск
QUOTATIONS Books serve to show a man that those original thoughts of his aren't very new after all. ~Abraham Lincoln "Tell me what you read and I'll tell you who you are" is true enough, but I'd know you better if you told me what you reread. ~François Mauriac To read without reflecting is like eating without digesting. ~Edmund Burke Reading is to the mind what exercise is to the body. ~Richard Steele Some books are to be tasted, others to be swallowed, and some few to be chewed and digested. ~Francis Bacon
to get information to be smart to be an interesting person To have topics for discussion to be well-educated to be able to answer questions people are curious by nature to find answers to their questions to be literate not to make mistakes in writing it’s a good pastime when travelling to speak perfect language … ( your variant) WHY DO PEOPLE READ?
LISTENING COMPREHENSION: TASK I: A Novels are good for improving language skills B Novels make my life more exciting C Novels teach me how to act in certain situations D Novels are a good subject of conversation E Novels increase my knowledge of other countries F Novels allow me to travel through time TASK II: A1 Writer was travelling by train. A2 Writer wrote the stories in his diary. A3 Writer knew Turkey very well. A4 Writer likes his job.
WHAT DO WE READ? Books ( stories, novels, detective stories, documents, historical novels, fiction, science fiction, fairy tales, legends, myths, poems, short stories, adventure stories, biography, an autobiography, a travel book, a map, a play, a script, an announcement…) Newspapers Magazines Journals
Find the words in this word search.: play, detective, story, book, novel, science, adventure; author, fiction, fairy tale, poem, biography, legend. 12 words (count each word)
Reading habits of our class
BOOKS CAN BE BOOKS INTERESTING AMUSING INFORMATIVE CAPTIVATING ORIGINAL ENTERTAINING FASCINATING POWERFUL TRUE-TO-LIFE FUNNY FAST-MOVING EXCITING WITTY WELL-WRITTEN
The largest libraries in the world
Long, long ago the people of Egypt made paper from the tall grass that grows on the banks of the river Nile. On the stalk of this plant there grew a white skin. People took off this and laid heavy things on it until it became dry and flat. Then because it was white and flat. This grass is called the papyrus. Paper – бумага; Heavy – тяжёлый; Flat – ровный. Later people used the skins of sheep and goats. The first books were very large and heavy. Clay tablets survived until the present day. The people who made books worked very slowly and very hard. Only in the 15th century the first printing presses appeared in Europe. But the first to invent printing were the Chinese.
Proverbs and Golden Rules Books are our best friends. Choose an author as you choose a friend. Treat books with care as good friends. Do your best not to tear, spot, mark up or damage a book in any way. Do not turn down a page to mark the chapter where you left off reading. Use a book-mark.
DO YOU KNOW THESE PEOPLE? DO YOU KNOW THESE PEOPLE?
2. There are six main characters’ names which are scrambled. Guess the names: TORVIC KENNETFAIRSN RARHY TORTEP MOT RAWYES BONIR ODOG ROLIVE WITTS SONBINRO RUSCOE
JONATHAN SWIFT IS THE AUTHOR OF THE BOOK The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes Gulliver's Travels Alice in Wonderland 1 RUDYARD KIPLING click QUIZ
WHO OF THESE WRITERS IS NOT AN ENGLISHMAN? 2 RUDYARD KIPLING click William Shakespeare Arthur Conan Doyle Mark Twain QUIZ
3 RUDYARD KIPLING click Jonathan Swift Mark Twain Lewis Carroll WHO IS THE AUTHOR OF THE BOOK “ALICE IN WONDERLAND”? QUIZ
4 click Alexander Duma Alan Milne Hans Christian Andersen RUDYARD KIPLING WHO IS THE AUTHOR OF THE BOOK “WINNIE THE POOH”? QUIZ
click 5 England Great Britain Scotland RUDYARD KIPLING WHAT COUNTRY WAS ROBERT BURNS BORN? QUIZ
click 7 Poems Detective stories Comedies RUDYARD KIPLING WHAT KIND OF BOOKS DID ARTHUR CONAN DOYLE WRITE? QUIZ
click 8 Ruslan and Ludmila Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn Romeo and Juliet RUDYARD KIPLING THESE PEOPLE ARE THE CHARACTERS OF THE BOOK BY A. PUSHKIN QUIZ
click click 9 Samuel Clemens Mark Clemens Samuel Twain RUDYARD KIPLING WHAT WAS THE REAL NAME OF MARK TWAIN? QUIZ
CAN YOU READ ENGLISH PROPERLY? READ TWO TEXTS ABOUT MARK TWAIN AND SHARE INFORMATION FROM THE TEXTS WITH EACH OTHER, BUT FIRST PUT THE PARTS WHICH ARE MIXED INTO THE RIGHT ORDER.
HOME TASK: Write I -a letter of complaint to the authorities in protection of wolves II – a letter of complaint to the authorities in protection of people against wolves Mind the instruction below. Local Committee on Human Right/Animal Protection 24/ 01/ 2012 Dear Sir, I am writing to complain of … I must express my dissatisfaction with …/ I declare…/ I am very worried I would like to know … I am afraid I must ask you … I hope …./ You should … I would be grateful if you could … Thank you for immediate answer./ I look forward to hear from you. Yours faithfully/ yours sincerely (sign)
Please, finish these sentences: For me A book is ... Thanks to books ... Without books ...
Thank you for being with us! MAKE FRIENDS WITH BOOKS!
Название документа откр. урок Бушова Н.А. (2).doc
МИНИСТЕРСТВО ОБРАЗОВАНИЯ РОССИЙСКОЙ ФЕДЕРАЦИИ
МОУ многопрофильный лицей №20
План-конспект открытого урока
Тема: « Читаем с удовольствием »
учитель английского языка
высшей квалификационной категории
Тема: «Читаем с удовольствием.»
Pleasure of Reading.
Урок с использованием ИКТ, технологии критического мышления, метода активного обучения, проектной методики.
Тип проекта: игровой с открытой координацией.
Тип урока: Развивающий, закрепляющий.
- Учащиеся обобщают свои знания, полученные на раннем этапе и в ходе выполнения домашнего задания, о жанрах художественной литературы, писателях стран изучаемого языка и их произведениях
- Учащиеся учатся выполнению заданий по чтению, аудированию, лексико -грамматическому аспекту языка, обобщая при этом знания по страноведению,
- Учащиеся учатся работать с информацией, выполняя задания формата ГИА
- Учащиеся развивают фонетические навыки,
- Учащиеся приобщаются к культуре, получая новые сведения о языке и культуре носителей языка,
- Учащиеся учатся работе в команде, выполняя совместные задания
- Учащиеся учатся оценивать свою работу и работу учителя на уроке.
Учить извлекать из текстов информацию и использовать полученные сведения в работе;
Учить обмениваться мнениями с партнерами;
Учить обосновывать свое мнение при помощи прочитанной информации; развивать навыки критического мышления;
Учиться передавать информацию;
Активизировать изученный лексико-грамматический материал;
Развивать языковые компетенции в аудировании, чтении, знании лексики и грамматики;
Развивать социо-культурную и ценностно- смысловую компетенции;
Развивать навыки работы в команде
Воспитывать интерес к культурам англоязычных стран;
Осуществлять межпредметные связи ( русский язык, литература).
Виды работы: индивидуальная, групповая, парная.
Материалы: карта мира, компьютер, проектор, магнитофон, компьютерная презентация урока, выполненная учителем, карточки с заданиями формата ЕГЭ по чтению, лексическому аспекту языка , аудированию, разрезной материал, подарки, карточки для рефлексии.
Вступительное слово учителя. Показ первого слайда презентации учителя.
Good morning girls and boys! Today we have a lot of guests at the lesson. Let greet them all. – How do you do?- Look! How many people have come to see how well you know English. So, relax, don’t be shy, try to show all your knowledge. Be active and do your best. As for me, I’ll try to do all my best to make your being here easy, interesting and unforgettable.
Well, come on!
Today we are having an unusual lesson. It’s some kind of travelling and exploration. Where are we going to travel and what are we going to explore, you wonder? Please look at the screen and guess it. But first solve the riddles.
Показ первого слайда презентации учителя. Фонозарядка ( чтение хором стихотворения). Дети сами выводят тему урока, отгадав загадки. В этом им помогают картинки.
You guess right. Today we are going to speak about books, literature, writers. And our topic is Pleasure of reading. Reading is very important in human’s life, isn’t it? Then look at some quotations on reading and books, made by famous people. I’d like you to comment on these .
Показ третьего слайда презентации учителя. Речевая зарядка. Сначала чтение и перевод цитат, затем представление небольших монологических высказываний.
Well done! By the way, can you tell me why people read books? Make your own statements using words / word combinations from the board.
Показ четвертого слайда презентации учителя. Ученики выполняют задание c опорой на подсказки на экране.
O’K. Warming up exercises are well done. Now prepare yourselves for serious work. Now listening comprehension on this topic. Don\t forget to fill your answers in the table.
Показ пятого слайда презентации учителя. Выполнение текстов по аудированию (формат ГИА). Приложение 1.1 Приложение 1.2. Приложение2.
Thank you for your work. Let’s go on. As you know people read different kinds of books. I expect you to find these words in the chain-word. You can find the words cross down in any direction. You have two minutes for this task.
Показ шестого и седьмого слайдов презентации учителя. Приложение 3.
Well done! Before doing the next task, I’ll give you some pieces of information about reading habits in our grade. Some of your classmates have made an opinion poll and gоt the following results. Please, Elza , will you speak on this topic?
Показ восьмого слайда презентации учителя. Ученица комментирует данные проведенного исследования.
Thanks a lot, Elza. I suppose that our interests depend on the quality of books. Now look at the screen. Are these characteristics of books negative or positive?.. Of course, they are positive. Give the opposites to these characteristics.
Показ девятого слайда презентации учителя.
The two next slides are done by the pupils of the group. They are based on the text “Printed Word. “ from your textbooks. They contain the information about the greatest libraries in the world and the origin of books and printing.
Показ десятого и одиннадцатого слайдов презентации учителя. Комментарии ученика, приготовившего информацию.
Now let us sum up what you’ve learnt about books. You may use the screen for answer.
Показ двенадцатого слайда презентации учителя.
And now let’s speak about writers and their works. Do you know these people?
Учащиеся просматривают портреты писателей, называют их имена и говорят , какие произведения они написали. Учитель комментирует и исправляет, если нужно, их ответы. Слайд 13.
I’m glad that you have managed with this work. Then it won’t be hard to do the test on cultural awareness. Let’s try.
Показ 14-46 слайды презентации учителя. Приложение4.
Oh, you are good at knowing English literature! Bright! And What about doing reading tests? Then please divide into two groups in five or six. Every team gets a text about Mark Twain. The stories differ. Your task is to put parts of the text into the right order and then to retell the contents to the opposite team.
Дети выполняют задание по чтению на логическое построение текста и пересказывают содержание другой команде. Слайды 47. Приложение 5.
Well done! Now give in your evaluation cards to me. I’ll check them up and put you three marks: for listening, reading and cultural awareness.
Now look at the screen. What do you know about Roald Dahl? At the last lesson we made acquaintance with his poem “Little Red Riding Hood” And I asked some pupils to dramatize the poem. Let’s see what they have prepared.
Дети рассказывают в лицах произведение Р.Даля «Красная Шапочка.»
Well done. I’ll give you excellent marks for your work. And now write down your homework for the next lesson.
Ученики записывают домашнее задание на следующий урок. Учитель поясняет домашнее задание. Слайд49. Приложение 6.
Now it’s time to make a conclusion. What do you think of books? According to your home task for today you should write a sinkwein reflecting your attitude to books and reading. Please, share your opinion.
You’ve done a great deal of work. I think you‘ve worked very well during the lesson and deserved a praise. And what is your attitude towards the lesson? Please, choose the variant what you feel and write it on the piece of paper.
Thank you for the lesson. Good- bye.
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3адание по аудированию 1.
Bы услышите 5 высказываний.Ycmaнoвume coomвemcmвue междy высказываниями
каждого говорящего и утверждениями, данными в списке A-F. Используйте каждое
утверждение, обозначенное соответствующей буквой , только один раз. B задании есть одно лишнее утверждение. Bы услышите запись дважды. 3aнесите свои ответы в таблицу.
Now we are ready to start.
Текст 1 для аудирования №1.
~ Oh, I love novels, especially if they have a good plot. I started reading them
when I was 12. And I still read at least one novel a week. My own life isn't
terribly exciting. Apart from my work, which is very interesting, nothing much
happens. In the novels I read there's always a lot going on, lots of thrilling
events, and I can share in the experiences and problems of the characters.
Well, I used to read only short stories. That changed when I moved to a
new city and found myself in a job I didn't really enjoy. I would get back home
at about 5 p.m., make some supper and sit down to read a novel for the rest of
the evening. Many of them are pretty unbelievable stories, and not particularly .
well-written. It's not as if you can imagine yourself in any of those situations,
but the thing is they take my mind off whatever's worrying me. I've had long
conversations about this with friends who think I should read better quality
stuff, but I know what I'm doing.
Reading is an activity that keeps me occupied: I love novels, especially
historical novels and science fiction. It's like living in another world. Historical
fiction and science fiction move me back and forth in time. I am particularly
captivated by characters who go through dangers to complete their mission.
It's a pity we won't be able to see the future. Novels make it possible for us.
Why do I like reading novels? I used to read novels just so as to see how
my favourite characters solved their problems. 1 thought I could then apply
that to my own problems! I always choose novels that are in a clear style, because
I find complicated language difficult. And also I like the stories to be
about countries and cultures I know well, because then I can understand the
I think reading novels is helping me a great deal ir my studies, and although I haven't got
much spare time, I always make a point of reading a
couple of hours in the evening. I'm in my last year at secondary school, and
frankly, reading novels is an excellent way of learning how people live in other
countries, how they communicate with each other, what problems they have.
A Novels are good for improving language skills
B Novels make my life more exciting
C Novels teach me how to act in certain situations
D Novels are a good subject of conversation
E Novels increase my knowledge of other countries
F Novels allow me to travel through time
3адание по аудированию 2.
Bы услышите беседу с писателем. определиme, какue из приведенных утверждений AI- A4 coomветствуют содержанию текста (I - True), какие не соответствуют(2 - False) u о чем в тексте не сказано, mo ecть на основании текста нельзя дать ни положительного, ни отрицательного ответа (3 – Not stated).Номер выбранного вами варианта ответа занесите в таблицу .
Now we are ready to start.
Текст 2 для аудирования №2.
Interviewer: It's great to have you with us today. So ... how did you start travelling?
Writer: Well, as a child, I travelled a lot with my family. We did some fantastic trips, like cycling through Europe, when I was 13. By the time I was 16 I had visited 19 countries!
Interviewer: Mmmm ... And how did you start writing?
Writer: When I travelled I always wrote a diary. I didn't want to forget all the things that I had seen and experienced. So 1wrote it all down. At first, it was just facts. Then I added my feelings and stories about the places and the people.
Interviewer: It's sometimes difficult to get started as a writer ... What was your first 'break' as a travel writer?
Writer: It was luck really. I had lived in Turkey for about two years. Then a friend of mine, who worked for a travel company, said he needed someone to write a travel guide about Turkey. So I did it! Other writing jobs came from that.
Interviewer: And what is the most difficult thing when you travelling?
Writer: The language can be difficult. I love talking to people. But sometimes it's hard work when you can't speak the language. Anyway, being a travel writer really is a dream job!
You have 30 seconds to complete the task. (Pause 30 seconds)
A1 Writer was travelling by train.
A2 Writer wrote the stories in his diary.
A3 Writer knew Turkey very well.
A4 Writer likes his job.
True/ False/ Not stated Task
Cultural Awareness.Task 1.
Reading. Task 1.
Find the words in this word search.: play, detective, story, book, novel, science, adventure; author, fiction, fairy tale, poem, legend.
You can find 12 words (count each word). Please, make up one more word from the rest letters.
Match the names of the books with the names of their authors.
1“Treasure Island” a ) A.C. Doyle
2“Alice in Wonderland” b )R. Kipling
3“A House At Pooh Corner “ c )L. Carroll
4“The Jungle Book” d) J.R.R. Tolkien
5“The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes” e) A.A. Milne
6‘Harry Potter and the Secret Room” f ) D. Defoe
7“The Lord of the Rings” g )R.L. Stevenson
8“Life and Adventures of Robinson Crusoe” h) W. Shakespeare
9“Ten Little Negroes” I ) A. Christie
10“Romeo and Juliet” j ) J.K. Rowling
Key: 1g 2c 3e 4b 5a 6j 7d8f 9i 10h
Key to part II: VICTOR FRANKENSTEIN, HARRY PORTER, TOM SAWYER, ROBIN GOOD, OLIVER TWIST, ROBINSON CRUSOE.
Задание на восстановление последовательности текста.
Текст1. A Journey with Mark Twain.
1 One day one of Mark Twain’s friends said he had lost his money and asked Mark Twain to pay his train fare for him.
2 “My friend here is a very strange man. When he travels on a train, he does not like to sit on the seat. He prefers to lie on the floor under the seat.”
3 Later, however, when the conductor came to ask for the tickets, Mark Twain gave him two tickets – one for himself and one for his friend. Then Mark Twain explained:
4 Mark Twain, as everybody knows, was a famous American writer. He wrote many stories which are still popular today. Mark Twain was also famous in his days as a speaker. In his speeches, Mark Twain always liked to tell funny stories. He also liked to listen to funny stories and play jokes on his friends.
5 “But I haven’t got enough money to pay both your fare and mine, “Mark Twain said.
“Well, that’s too bad,” said his friend. “What shall I do then?”
6 “I’ll tell you what we can do,” said Mark Twain. “We can get on the train and when the conductor asks the passengers for the tickets, you can get under my seat.”
Текст2. A story about Mark Twain.
“Mark Twain, people say that you can tell very funny stories. I hope that during your lecture you will tell a story that will make my uncle laugh. He hasn’t laughed for ten years.”
“I know,” the man said. “He hasn’t laughed for ten years. But I didn’t tell you that he hadn’t heard anything for ten years. He is deaf.”
3 After the lecture, the club member came to Mark Twain and said, “Thank you, Mr Twain. I have never heard so many funny stories.” “They were not funny enough for your uncle,” Mark Twain answered. “He didn’t even smile.”
4 Mark Twain, the famous American writer, was well-known as a lecturer. Literary clubs often invited him to speak. Before one of his lectures a club member came to him and said:
5 “ I’ll do my best.” Mark Twain said. When he began his lecture, Mark Twain noticed the club member. He was sitting in front of him with an old man who had a very sad face. Mark Twain began to tell his jokes, one after another.
6 “ I told long jokes and short jokes, new jokes and old jokes,” Mark Twain told his friends. “ I told every joke I knew and soon everybody was laughing. Everybody – but not the old man. He was looking at me with cold blue eyes. I couldn’t make him laugh, and I tried again and again. But nothing helped…”
Little Red Riding Hood Diary.
Morning. I woke up early in the morning though I had planned to sleep until midday because it was Sunday. I had planned to mix with my friends and go to disco but… my mum asked to go to my sick grandma. Sometimes it is good to have a lot of relatives but it’s boring when they are sick.
Afternoon. I took a bag full of some delicious food and of course my mobile phone to be in contact with my mum and walkman to listen to music on the way
Awful. No transport. I know the shortest way through the forest but I am not allowed to go through because a terrible Wolf lived there.
Newspaper report.Forest News #3. 2005.
A terrible accident occurred in our forest One of the leaders of the wolves” pack was found dead and unskined. The suspect is Little Red Riding Hood who was seen in wolf skin coat yesterday. The police offer a reward of 1000 pounds for any helpful information.
A letter of complaint.
I am writing to you to complain about the problem of destructing of wolves in our forest.
As a Green Peace member I am very worried that the population of wolves is going down.
I think the problem lies in bad upbringing of the younger generation. The girl named Little Red Riding Hood killed one of the respectable members of our community and made a fur coat out of him.
I declare, it is not a point of hunting but a point of killing the animals.
You should take some steps to save the animals in our forest.
Green Peace Member Small Bad Wolf.
Local Committee on Human Right/Animal Protection
24/ 01/ 2012
I am writing to complain of …
I must express my dissatisfaction with …/ I declare…/ I am very worried
I would like to know …
I am afraid I must ask you …
I hope …./ You should …
I would be grateful if you could …
Thank you for immediate answer./ I look forward to hear from you.
Yours faithfully/ yours sincerely
Samples of poetry:
Involve, capture – (I) devour!
Books are my friends.
Amuse, entertain, inform.
We can’t get without them.
We need them all!
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