Тема: American Presidents. Introducing Australia.
Цели и задачи: 1. Формирование у учащихся многообразных типов высказываний ( описание, доказательство, выражение мнения ).
2. Организация целенаправленной речевой практики учащихся на английском языке по теме:
3. Развитие познавательной активности учащихся в процессе иноязычного образования.
4. Воспитание чувства сопричастности к мировой истории, более глубокое осознание своей культуры через контекст культуры англоязычных стран.
Оборудование: доска, проектор, компьютер, УМК Верещагина-6, карточки.
Let’s begin our lesson. By the end of the first part of our lesson we’ll summarize the information on “ American Presidents”, then you’ll learn a new tense and by the end of the lesson you’ll know the main facts on Australia and speak about them with the help of a mind map.
Let’s remember some of American presidens.(smart board file)
Why are George Washington and Abraham Lincoln especially remembered in American history?
Teacher: Why did people respect G. Washington?
Teacher: And what can you say about A. Lincoln’s character?
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Teacher: Now you know that both presidents had strong characters. They had to do a lot of things by themselves, were honest, brave, wise, active, devoted to their country. People trusted them.
All of you should have such features of character. They will help you to become outstanding people. I wish you to develop these qualities in your character. Who knows, may be one of you will be a famous scientist or the cleverest politician and even a president. All depends on you.
Now let’s read the interview with Barack Obama we’ve composed at our previous lesson. Name the tense:
Dear Mr President, when and where were you born?
I was born on the 4th of August, 1961 in Hawaii.
Where do you live?
I live and work in the White house.
What do you usually do at work?
I sign bills.
Have you signed any bills this week?
Yes, I have signed two bills on education this week.
What were you doing when I came?
I was talking to the vice president Joe Biden.
What is he doing now?
He is discussing laws with the Cabinet.
What will you do in the evening?
I think I will pack my suitcases in the evening.
Are you going to leave Washington D.C.?
Yes, I am flying to Australia tomorrow.
When does the plane take off?
It takes off at 8 a.m.
What will you be doing at this time tomorrow?
Just think, I will be lying on the beach at this time tomorrow.
Bonzer! (austr sl. Excellent, very good)
This is not a completed interview. We are going to add one more question using a new tense form Future Continuous
will + be + v + ing for certain points in time and certain future events.
Open your textbooks at page 157 &6 and read the rule
Open page 120 and read the examples.
Do ex. 5 p. 120, it will be your home assignment.
Translate the question:
Что Вы будете делать в это время завтра в Австралии?
Подумать только! Я буду лежать на пляже в это время завтра!
What do you about Australian beaches? There are so many beaches there that if you visit one beach a day it will take you 27 years!
Act out the whole dialogue.
Australia is not a well-known country for you and now we’re beginning a new unit about this unique country.
Let’s listen to the dialogue 18 p.127 and read it.
Answer the questions:
What is the capital of Australia?
What is its largest city?
What is its official language?
Prepare good reading of this dialogue at home.
The boys were discussing a film and I want you to watch and discuss one too.
Let’s study some new words:
Aboriginals- коренной житель
Boomerang - бумеранг
Then you’ll answer the questions. Read them:
What can you see on the Australian flag?
How is the large seven pointed star called?
What unique animals does Australia have?
What do koalas like to eat?
How is a baby kangaroo called?
Where do kangaroos carry their babies?
How many hours a day do koalas sleep?
What water sport is popular in Australia?
What do Australians like to eat on the beach?
What are the indigenous people called in Australia?
How is the traditional Australian weapon called?
So, we are going to revise everything that you’ve about Australia today.
Now speak about Australia with the help of this mind map.
Dear pupils, our lesson is coming to its end. We’ve worked very hard. We’ve learnt a lot of useful information about Australia. Probably you'll use it at your geography and history lessons.
T: Pupils, your home assignment is to prepare good reading of the dialogue and write ex.5 p. 120 using Future Continuous.
Dear pupils, thank you for being so hard-working. You deserve only good and excellent marks today. Our lesson is over.