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Методическая разработка открытого урока на тему


Гладких Елена Викторовна, преподаватель английского языка

Методическая разработка открытого урока для студентов 2 курса СПО специальности «Музыкальное искусство эстрады»

по теме: «Межличностные отношения»

Relationships (family problems).

  1. Warm up

Good morning, children. Today we continue to discuss relationships between people. Please, listen and guess, what are we going to talk about? (Some people talk about their families)

II. The record (listening for general idea)

So, how you would entitle the today’s topic?

Suggested answers: problems between the children and their parents, generation gap,

family issues, family problems, ideal family, family values, how

how to bridge the “generation gap”

All of you have guessed the main points of the problem we’ll touch upon today. We’ll speak about family issues. We are going to talk about family. Can you tell me about your family? Is it big or small? Do you get along well with your parents?

Our aim is to work out strategies of how to overcome the difficulties each member of any family can face, of how to reach a compromise with the people who are either older or younger than us, of how to make our relationships and, thus, our families if not ideal, then, at least, happy.

III. Revision of the vocabulary

  1. First we’ll revise the words which you got acquainted with in the previous lesson. Please, look at the screen. Study the list of family values. Then match them with their definitions.






the state of being free from public attention


sharing (mutual)


the state of being protected from the bad things that could happen to you




feeling that someone is important, so that you are interested in them, worried about them, etc.




a strong belief in the honesty, goodness etc. of someone or something




having the same opinion, experience, feeling etc. as someone else




an attitude of regarding someone as important so that you are careful not to harm them, treat them rudely, etc.




feeling of being calm, more cheerful, or hopeful after you have been worried or unhappy

Answers: 1 c, 2 e, 3 f, 4 b, 5 g, 6 a, 7 d.

Check your answers. Look at the screen.

IV. Speaking: What is the most important feature in the family? Why do you think so?

V. Reading and discussion

Now I suggest you read and translate some stories.

Now which of you will present the story?

VI. Role play

Let’s imagine that some of you are family therapist, some of you are teens with family problems. Children are worried about the situation and have decided to discuss the problem with a family therapist who in his/her turn have invited them to participate in a family therapy session. Choose one of the character you’ll speak for:

You’ll have to think over the problems. Try to find the way out; I mean the solution of her problems or at least a compromise.

The ideas on these cards will prompt you.


  • Try to collect all the arguments to explain your attitude to your family

  • Tell what you dislike about your relatives’ behaviour

Language support:

Language of agreement

Language of disagreement

Expressing probability

Yes, that’s right.

I don’t agree.

She may…

I think so, too.

I don’t think so.

Her Dad might…


You can’t say that.

She probably…

It’s true.

That’s not the point.

I might have done…


  • Think over the questions you could ask each member of the family to clear up the situation

  • Summarize what you have heard from all the members of the family

  • Try to analyze the situation in a short report

Language support:

Language of agreement

Language of disagreement

Expressing probability

Yes, that’s right.

I don’t agree.

She may…

I think so, too.

I don’t think so.

Her Dad might…


You can’t say that.

She probably…

It’s true.

That’s not the point.

I might have done…

VII. Relaxing Mommisms. Daddisms. Kiddisms.

Everyone understands that in each family, especially in an extended one, there may arise problems not only between the children, but also between grandchildren and grandparents, children and parents.

While preparing for this lesson and surfing the Internet for the ideas I came across the so called “mommisms”. What do you think this word means? You may consult the Net resources to find its definition. Boys, will you do it?

Meanwhile, my next question is:

  • What are the most important things for you in your relationship with your parents?

OK. So, What are “mommisms” ?

Mommisms” are things your mother said a million times.

What are the most popular phrases with your mums?


- I would never have talked to my mother like that.

- Why? Because I said so, that’s why.

- I’m going to give you until the count of three.

- ‘I don’t know’ is NOT an answer.

- If everyone jumped off a cliff, would you do it, too?

- I’m not talking just to hear my own voice.

- I hope, some day, when you have kids, they’re just like you, then you’ll know.

-Wait till your Father gets home

- If you fall out of that tree and break your leg don't come running to me.

- Why do you bother asking me a question and then don't bother to listen to the answer?

- Look into my eyes! You are telling lies.

- You’d better not do it again!

They think that mums nag and lecture their children the most. But believe me dads are not less inventive. I have found expressions used by fathers as well. I am sure you’ve guessed that they are called “daddisms”.

What are the most popular phrases with your dads?


- Come here, boy.

- This story reminded me of my childhood......

- Stop crying before I give you something to cry about.

- “Can't” means “won't try”

- My dad would unbuckle his belt and whip me with it before I could even think of

running away.....
- Might tempt fate again.......

- You start to worry about your parents’ health.

- and...and....and...........

- Money doesn’t grow on trees.

- What's that you say?

- I am fed up.

- That’s none of your business.

I tried to find either “kiddisms” or “childisms” in the Net and I’ve managed but, unfortunately, they turned out to have other meanings. “Kiddisms” are short jokes about kids whereas “childisms” mean discrimination towards children and young people. So let’s work out the most popular phrases with you?


- You never let me stay out late.

- You are never there for me.

- What have I done now?

- I am busy at the moment.

- It’s not my fault.

- I’ll do it later.

- You never let me watch what I want on TV/

- I am doing my homework now.

- I couldn’t care less.

- You don’t understand a thing.

- Leave me alone.

- That’s really not fair.

Generation gap

  • Do you think parents know about their teenagers’ problems?

  • Do you think teenagers know about their parents’ problems?

  • What are the things children and their parents argue about?

Suggested answers:

Hair style







Household chores




Staying late out

Lack of privacy

  • Is a compromise possible?

  • What kind of a compromise would you suggest?

VIII. Building a bridge

Some people get upset with each other not because of the words, but because of the meanings behind the words.

It’s very important to communicate effectively. Here are some “bridge burners” and” bridge builders” which can either burn the bridges or bridge the “generation gap” correspondently.




You don’t need to know about that.


I am fed up with…


What do you think about it?


I couldn’t care less.


You always say that.


I am not a slave, you know.


I can’t understand that, but…


Well, you’ve got a point there.


Thank you for saying that.


It didn’t occur to me.


If you say that again, I’ll…


Please, explain it to me again.


Your feelings are important for me.


What I am saying is very important to me.


When you say/do that it really upsets me.


Leave me alone.


You are telling lies.


What have I done now!


That’s none of your business!


You are never there for me.


You’d better not do that again!


I think, I’ve overreacted.

* Right answers are given in italics.

To bridge the generation gap we should also (suggested answers)

- respect others if we want others’ respect

- view mutual understanding as the most important thing

- be flexible and tolerant 

- speak to each other

- listen so that to hear and learn

- trust each other

- communicate

IX. about the Conflict with a Smile

Things Mom Taught Me...

My Mother taught me LOGIC..."If you fall off that swing(качели) and break your neck, you can't go to the store with me." 

My Mother taught me MEDICINE..."If you don't stop stick(высовывать) your eyes, they're going to freeze that way." 

My Mother taught me TO THINK AHEAD..."If you don't pass your spelling test, you'll never get a good job!" 

My Mother taught me TO MEET A CHALLENGE (встречать вызов)..."What were you thinking? Answer me when I talk to you...Don't talk back to me!" 

My Mother taught me HUMOR..."When that lawn mower(газонокосилка) cuts off your toes, don't come running to me." 

My Mother taught me how to BECOME AN ADULT..."If you don't eat your vegetables, you'll never grow up. 

My mother taught me about GENETICS..."You are just like your father!" 

My mother taught me about my ROOTS..."Do you think you were born in a barn(сарай)?" 

My mother taught me about the WISDOM of AGE..."When you get to be my age, you will understand." 

My mother taught me about ANTICIPATION.(ожиданию).."Just wait until your father gets home." 

My mother taught me about RECEIVING..."You are going to get it when we get home." 

And, my all-time favorite - JUSTICE..."One day you'll have kids, and I hope they turn out just like YOU -- then you'll see what it's like!"

    1. Conclusion Writing

Write down some words about your family or about your perfect family

Don’t just expect your parents to understand you. If they don’t, it could be your fault. Build bridges, do not burn them! And in any case we should be grateful to our parents and the people we live with for what we are.

XI. Homework

Your homework will be to do

  1. You should write some tips for children or for parents.

We’ve done it! Thank you very much.

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