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Нетрадиционный урок английского языка (peer teaching)по теме

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Нетрадиционный открытый урок “Peer Teaching” в 8 классе по теме «Why throw away?Why not recycle

Ихсанова Рамзия Аминовна, учитель английского языка 1 квалификационной категории, МБОУ «Лашманская СОШ» Черемшанского муниципального района

Сулейманова Земфира Валиевна, учитель английского языка 1 квалификационной категории, МБОУ «Лашманская СОШ» Черемшанского муниципального района

Teacher1 Hello guys! Hello guests! Hello everyone! Welcome to Lashman!

Teacher2 : We have good news for you today!

PLs: What news?

Teacher2 : Today we are going to a picnic. And our lesson will be out of doors, in fresh air.

PLS: COOL, It is cool to spend some time in a fresh air.

Teacher1: Are you happy? We won’t sit in a classroom, but we try to be closer to nature. Let’s go and I suggest you to sing our song while we are going to the place.

(The pupils are singing a song about summer . The picture of the park is on the blackboard. ( Slide 1)

Teachers: What a nice day! What a beautiful weather! Put your blankets on the ground, take sit here. Girls, you are responsible for a lunch, make a circle table, boys , you are responsible for a fire, make it, please. Help each other.

Teacher1: Guys, look here! Attention please. Be calm! It seems me somebody is crying or somebody is asking help.

(There is a sign SOS! SOS! on the blackboard) (Slide 2)

P1-P5 (recite poems): (slides 3-4 )

P1: Today you are going camping! P2 Today you cut down your forests

With your family, friends or class But the planet needs our leaves

Please help us, don’t drop any litter! Please stop it because tomorrow

Because your litter lives longer than us! You’ll no air to breathe!

P3 : Because nothing is forever P4: You can have a bath or a shower

And nature is getting tired But today is the time to think

If you don’t stop and think today Save the rivers because without them

Tomorrow the earth could die. You’ll have no water to drink.

P5: Today we are still in your forests

In the sky , in the rivers, but look

Don’t kill us! Because your children

Will see us in picture books.

Teacher2: Yes, dear friends. The nature is in danger. Our planet suffocates from our rubbish, litter and waste. I think it is just time to help our nature and planet. Can we help?

PLS: Yes, we can.

Teacher1: Ok , then I hope you can guess and name the theme of today’s topic. What about your opinion?

P1: Endangered animals!

P2: Saving planet!

P3: The environmental problems!

P4: Ecological problems!

P5: Ways of solving environmental problems!

Teacher2: yes, very nice. Today we will speak all about these things. Who can tell us what is one of the ways of solving environmental problems?

P1: I suppose recycling. (slide 5)

Teacher1: Yes, you are quite right. It’s recycling. Our topic is “ Why throw away? Why not recycling?” Look at the blackboard.

And the aims will be : (slide 6) -

-To revise words and word combinations

- To name ecological problems

-To find and to name ways of solution of environmental problems

Teacher2 : Let’s remember some vocabulary (one by one) (slide 7)

Collect, throw away, recycle, produce, protect the environment, be in danger, waste paper , cans, bottles, metal, plastic, million, a ton, a kilogram, polythene, cigarette, packet, supermarket, farm, ecology, planet, problem, chance, climate, container, necessary, provide, expensive, support, on the one hand, on the other hand, government.

Now, let’s have a game.

a)Find and say the words with similar meaning

Teacher1: b) Find and say the words with opposite meaning


Litter- To look worse-

To get rid of- Impossible-

To make- Cheap-

The packaging- To destroy-

To save- Dirty-

To damage- To remember-

Terrible- Fortunately-


Teacher1 : Thank you very much, take your places , please. You know that the theme of our topic is recycling. What have you heard about it?

P1 ( gives a determination) Recycling is making a new material or goods from used things , for example, we can recycle waste paper and receive a new clean paper again.

Teacher1 : OK, you are absolutely right, recycling means reusing. And what products are recycled in Russia or in Tatarstan nowadays?

P1 : We can recycle glass bottles

P2: We can recycle plastic bottles, cans, metal , paper.

Teacher2 : Now, who can say how many rubbish do we throw away?

P1: It’s known that in one year , a European family with two children throws away about 50 kilos of paper( that’s six trees), and about 60 kilos of plastic.

P2: The Green World reports say that in one year the average person throws away : about 70 food cans, 34 cans of pet food and 70 drink cans.

Teacher2 : What can people do with rubbish instead of just throwing it away?

P3l :1 But we don’t have to throw away all our waste paper, glass, metal and plastic. We can recycle a lot of it. In fact waste can be wonderful stuff.

Teacher2 : Why is recycling important nowadays?

P1: Many things that we throw away can still be useful.

P2: Recycling is important nowadays because there are a lot of rubbish, litter around us, taking our rubbish to the recycling centers we save trees and energy and protect the environment from pollution.

Teacher1 : Do you know how much of recyclable material is actually recycled?

P1: In fact it is possible to recycle 80 % of domestic rubbish. We can recycle most kinds of paper, plastic, glass and metal. But only 4% of recyclable material is actually recycled.

Teacher1 : Why so little?

P2: On the one hand, recycling is very expensive, on the other hand, we have no recycling centers everywhere. I think, government should build more centers and should support the idea of recycling and provide each house with bins for different types of waste.

Teacher2 : It’s time to have a lunch, are you hungry? Open your lunch boxes and try our cakes. These days, people usually do shopping in supermarkets. Almost everything is packed in paper or plastic containers. Is packaging necessary? Why?

P1: Some of this packaging is necessary, it keeps food clean and fresh.

P2: But some packaging is not necessary, it’s just to make the food look better.

Teacher1 : What do you think, why does some packaging become litter?

P1: Unfortunately, some of this packaging doesn’t reach the bins. It becomes litter instead, some people simply tear the wrapping off sweets and throw it away.

P2 They drop their cigarette packets and cans of drink everywhere.

Teacher2 : What about the litter in towns and in countryside? Why is litter so dangerous in the countryside?

P1: In the town their litter looks horrible. But fortunately someone clears it away.

P2: In countryside, the litter or rubbish can kill or hurt farm animals. Bottles and cans cause cuts, and the animals can eat polythene bags and die, or put their heads in them and suffocate.

Teacher1 : How can we avoid using so many packaging?

P1: W e can reuse plastic bottles filling them with water or milk.

P2: We can avoid buying plastic bags in the shops, but using cotton bags instead.

Teacher2 : (slide 8) Yes, dear friends. All these problems are pitiful. But don’t worry, let’s think about good and beautiful things, be optimistic. The future of our planet is in our hands. Let’s start to save our planet just now. And remember these signs below:

Teacher1: (shows signs and tells about them)

(slide 9) At the backside of some goods you can see this sign , it means that the thing can be recycled.

(slide 10) And the second one means that the thing is made from recycled materials.

( slide 11) And the last sign means this litter must be put into bins or containers.

Teacher2 : (slide 12) Our picnic is coming to the end. I hope you enjoyed it. Your homework will be : prepare for your school radio an announcement inviting your schoolmates to take part in a “ clean-up-day” outside the school.

Now, we are going home, and what should we do with our litter? Fire?

P1: Take the litter with ourselves and put them into bins.

P2: Take litter to the recycle centers.

P3: To put out the fire.

P4: To thank the nature and say :”Thank you and good bye( slide 13)


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Нетрадиционный открытый урок английского языка в 8 классе по теме "Экология". Урок проходит как пикник на свежем воздухе,без учебников, но с двумя учителями. Из УМК используется только интерактивная доска для показа слайдов по теме. Ребята изображали сцену пикника, общались только на английском, обсуждали экологические проблемы, пели песни у "искуственного" костра, играли в подвижные игры на английском языке, при этом урок вели два учителя одновременно. Свободная нетрадиционная форма урока очень понравилась учащимся,они были очень довольны, решили что такие уроки нужно организвать чаще

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