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Материалы к уроку английского языка в 4 классе на тему" Книги в нашей жизни"


Материалы открытого урока

по английскому языку

в 4 классе по теме:

«Страна сказок. Книги учат многому».

Учитель английского языка

Исакова Ирина Николаевна

ГБОУ Гимназия №1592 г.Москвы

Тема урока: «Books Teach Us a Lot. «Fairyland. »

Практические цели и задачи: развитие умений и навыков разговорной речи по теме "Books Teach Us a Lot."Тренировка употребления лексики в монологических и диалогических высказываниях, в неподготовленных и подготовленных ситуативных высказываниях со зрительной опорой в вариативных упражнениях.

Оформление урока: магнитная доска с рабочей лексикой, классная доска с рабочей лексическими упражнениями, картинки по теме урока ( герои сказок, легенд, басен), альбом с аппликациями по сказке « Красная Шапочка», транскрипция введенных по теме прилагательных на карточках.

l.T: Good morning, children! (Ps...!) Today we're glad to greet out guest. Let's do it!

Ps: Good morning! (Turning to them)

T: Sit down, please! Well, now you can read and speak English, a little. And we can have a talk about books in English. Please, tell me what are your favourite books'?

PI: I like reading fairy - tales.

P2: We enjoy fables.

P3: f am interested in legends.

P4: 1 am fond of poems.

P5: I am keen on stories about animals.

P6: I am crazy about quizzes. P7; f enjoy different stories.

P8: We like proverbs.

2.Well. I see you like reading books. Do you recognize any book characters'? Look here. please. Name the heroes of the books. What do you think of the books they're from. Use these transcriptions.

PI: It's Mary Poppins. The book is wonderful! It's great!

P2: It's Winnie - the - Pooh! The book is funny! It's beautiful!

P3: It's Maugli. " The Jungle Book" is interesting. It's splendid!

P4: It's Pinocchio! This fairy tale is amusing. It's smash!

3.And now look at the blackboard, please. Make up sentences from the words you know:

1. from, me, around, learn, the world, books ,a lot, about:

2. read, new, many, stories, we, about, lands.

3. fables, birds, about, like, animals I, and:

4. enjoys, about, books, customs, mother, and, traditions, my:

5. is, legends, fond, great, of. Ann, about, people:

6. keen, fairy, I, on, wonderful, tales: am:

7. teach, smart, brave, legends, us, and,

to be: keys:

/. From books we learn a lot about the world around.

2. We read many stories about new lands.

3. I like fables about birds and animals.

4. My mother enjoys books about customs and traditions.

5. Ann is fond of legends about great people.

6. I 'm keen on wonderful fairy tales.

7. Legends teach us to be smart and brave.

4. So,my dears We read different books .And you know books can teach us a lot. Now guess about the words and make up sentences.

Translate them .

B... polite

F... t... brave

F... kind

S... teach us to be clever

Q... (not to be) curious

P... noble

L... smart

P... intelligent




5. You have said that you're keen or fairy tales and legends .And what about folk tales and folk songs? Do you like them ? ... Well, who composes folk songs?

P: people invent tales and songs.

T: Do you know what is special about tales?

P: Sometimes they 're real historical stories

T: So, let's remind one of the folk songs you know.» My Bonnie ."Do you remember its story?

P: It's a famous Scottish song .It is about Prince Charles Adwards.He was called "Bonnie». He was a hero .And he was defeated.

T: Well, let's sing this song! (Поем.)

6.It's brilliant! It’s brilliant What other legendary characters do you know?

P: We know Robin Hood and King Arthur.

T: So I ask you to make up dialogues. Use these words and expressions .

-Ilya , you're Robin Hood .

-Kristy , you're a farm girl.

Come here , sit down and get ready .

-Max , you're King Arthur .

-Mary , you're Morgan le Fay , a bad magician .

7. T: now listen to Natalie and Julia. They want to tell you one old tale, but in a new way. Listen attentively and get ready to answer questions. Rosemari Garlend

Right through the woods - not very far

Lives Red Riding Hood's grandma.

To visit her she often takes Butter, eggs and home - made cakes. Her mummy tells her every day. "Don't talk to strangers on the way!

Two squirrels watch Red Riding Hood's

As she goes walking through the wood.

Two squirrels watch Red Riding Hood As she goes walking through the wood .

They see the big bad wolf and cry and shout

"There is the big bad wolf about! "

The wolf presents to show such charm

She never dreams that he could harm

She tells him all he wants to know

And to the house the wolf does go.

A kind woodcutter chopping sticks

Stops big bad wolfs wicked tricks.

He hears poor old grandma call

And kills the wolf And saves them all.

T: Thanks you. Your questions, please.

Julia: Do you like this fairy - tale in poems?

Natalie: do you enjoy our picture?

Julia: What can you tell about Red Riding Hood?

PI: - She's kind, careful and curious. Natalie: What can you tell us about the woodcutter?

P2: He is wise, kind and brave.

8. Т: Thank you. Sit down. And we'll listen to the dialogues. Please.

R.I I.: Hello, a girl! What is your name? Where are you from?

G. My name is Kate. I'm from Sherwood forest. And your name?

R.H. Oh! I'm Robin Hood. I'm from Sherwood forest. How are you?

G. Oh! I'm not fine, thanks. I know you're very kind and brave. Can you help my Family? R.H. Yes. we help poor people. What's the matter?

G. My father is ill. He can't work. And we have no money and food.

R.H. Of course I can help you. fake this money. Don't worry!

G. Oh. thank you! I am happy. You're very kind! Good - bye.

K.: What a wonderful forest!

M. good morning, king Arthur! Where are you going?

K.: I сип going to my castle! And who. are you?

M. I'm Morgan le Fay! You're welcome to my ship!

K. thank you hut I know you are a magician and a very bad woman. Go. away!

M. oh! No! You're wrong! Come to my. ship! I have tasty food and drink.

K. Thank you. Bui I must go and nobody can slop me!

T: Thank you. my dear pupils!

1 think you like our lesson. We speak about books, and books are our friends. It's true. I want you to read a lot of different books. So your marks are: ... Well. Stand up! The lesson is over. Good bye!

One of the most famous Scottish songs, known all over the world is "My Bonnie Lies Over the Ocean". It is a song about Prince Charles Edward Stewart who was known as Bonnie Prince Charlie because he was young and good-looking ("bonnie" means "good-looking"). He was also Scotland's national hero who fought against the English in the I8th century trying to make Scotland inde pendent, but Charlie's army was defeated.


my bonnie lies over the ocean


My Bonnie lies over the ocean,

My Bonnie lies over the sea.

My Bonnie lies over the ocean,

Oh, bring back my Bonnie to me.


Bring back, bring back -

Bring back my Bonnie to me, to me.

Bring back, bring back.

Oh, bring back my Bonnie to me.


Last night as I lay on my pillow,

Last night as I lay on my bed,

Last night as I lay on my pillow,

I dreamed that my Bonnie was dead.



Oh, blow you winds over the ocean,

Oh, blow you winds over the sea,

Oh, blow you winds over the ocean,

And bring back my Bonnie to me.



The winds have blown over the ocean,

The winds have blown over the sea,

The winds have blown over the ocean,

And brought back my Bonnie to me.


Brought back, brought back.

Brought back my Bonnie to me, to me.

Brought back, brought back,

Have brought back my Bonnie to me.

Today's Quotation

"The most important three words

you can say to yourself: Yes, I can!"

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