Открытый урок в 8 классе "Merry Christmas"
План-мероприятие открытого урока по английскому языку в 8-м «Г» классе по теме «Merry Christmas»
Цель урока: ученики смогут рассказать о празднике Рождество
ученики познакомятся с новой лексикой по теме;
ученики смогут давать краткий/развёрнутый ответ на вопрос, в рамках темы урока;
ученики смогут давать краткое описание предмета;
ученики смогут понимать основное содержание небольших рассказов;
ученики смогут писать поздравительные открытки с Рождеством;
ученики смогут поздравлять с праздником и выражать пожелания;
ученики смогут кратко излагать основное содержание прочитанного и услышанного;
ученики проявят интерес к изучению иностранного языка
Оборудование: экран, проектор, ноутбук, презентация Power Point, карточки с заданиями, письма Санта Клаусу, подарки («Secret Santa»), стикеры.
Предварительная работа с классом: учащиеся получили сообщения о символах Рождества, которые им необходимо представить на уроке; заранее учащимися были приготовлены подарки для рефлексии «Secret Santa»
I Organization moment (Slide #1)
Good morning, my dear pupils! Sit down, please! I’m very glad to see you today! How are you today? Today I woke up with unexplainable feeling of happiness. Do you know why? Yeah, you are right! Because, today, on the 25th of December Christmas is celebrated. And our lesson is related to this theme.
We are going to: (Slide #2)
get acquainted with new lexik and work with it;
tell each other about the main symbols of Christmas;
do different tasks is groups;
write the letter to Santa and … something interesting.
As you have noticed you are divided into two groups (1st group: ______ 2nd group: _______ ), that’s why you should work together and support each other in each task.
II Warming up
Let’s start our lesson and I want to ask you some questions. Please, if you know the answer – rise your hand.
1. People in Europe celebrate this holiday on the 25th of December, but when do we celebrate Christmas? (on the 7th of January).
2. What do people usually do on Christmas? (They buy presents, decorate the trees, make holiday dinner, sing Christmas songs, go to church, play games)
3. What do children usually do on Christmas? (They hang stockings, wait for presents, play games, eat a lot of tasty things, etc)
4. Whom do children wait for on Christmas Eve? (Santa Claus)
Thank you for your answers.
III Study (Slide #3)
On the screen you see new words according to our theme. Do you know all of them? Let’s read them and translate. On your desks you have the list with these words. It will help you to do the tasks.
Santa Claus [ˌsæntəˈklɔ:z ] – Санта Клаус
wreath [riːθ] – венок, гирлянда
candy cane ['kændıkeın] – белый с красными полосками леденец
reindeer ['reındıə] – северный олень
elf [elf] – эльф
stocking ['stɔkıŋ] – чулок
sweets [swiːts] – конфеты, сладости
ginger bread ['ʤınʤəbred] – пряник
sleigh [sleı] – сани
tree [tri:] – ёлка
presents ['preznts] – подарки
card [kɑːd] – открытка
bell [bel] – колокольчик
snowman ['snəumən] – снеговик
ornaments ['ɔ:nəmənts] – украшения
lights [lʌɪts] – гирлянда (огни)
chimney ['ʧımnı] – дымовая труба
fireplace ['fa(ɪ)əpleɪs] – камин
candle ['kændl] – свеча
ribbon [ˈrɪb(ə)n] – лента
cake [keık] – торт
hat [hæt] – шапка
lantern [ˈlantən] – фонарь
poinsettia [pɔɪnˈsɛtiə] – пуансеттия
carolers [ˈkar(ə)ləz] – колядники (воспевающие)
Now I want you to make a short story about Christmas using these words (about 7-10 words). For example: On Christmas people decorate Christmas tree with lights, candles and candy canes. Children make a snowman and put their stockings over the fireplace, waiting for presents from Santa. People bake cakes and ginger breads.
IV Activate (Slide #4)
Thank you for your stories. On your desks you see green and blue sheets of paper with rebuses. Your task is to unscramble words.
1. Merry Christmas 2. Presents 3. Santa Claus
You know that Santa Claus is a symbol of Christmas. But what other symbols does it have? Let’s have a look!
Santa Claus (Ismailova Asel) (Slide #5)
Santa Claus got his name from a man known as St. Nicolas, who lived in the fourth century. He gave his wealth to the poor and often to children. After he died, the Dutch brought this legend to colonial America. Soon the Dutch name Sinter Klaus became Santa Claus.
Stockings (Pokazanov Alexei) (Slide #6)
On the eve of Christmas children hang their stockings, so that Santa Claus could put presents into them: oranges, sweets, nuts and if the child didn't behave properly Santa Claus can put there a piece of coal as punishment.
Carol singing (Рождественское песнопение) (Grushin Artyom) (Slide #7)
Carol singing is an essential part of Christmas. Usually children come around in the evening to the front doors and start singing carols and people who live in these houses give children candies, nuts, pies and so on, to thank them for carol singing.
Holly (Падуб (остролист) (Tsys Arina) (Slide #8)
In many western cultures, holly is a traditional Christmas decoration, used especially in wreaths. The green leaves represent eternal life, and the red berries represent the blood of Christ. It is said that holly was used to make the crown of thorns. At that time the berries were yellow. In honor to the blood shed by Christ the berries turned red.
Poinsettia (Пуэнсэтия) (Savel’eva Ekaterina) (Slide #9)
The plant's association with Christmas began in 16th century Mexico, where legend tells of a young girl who was too poor to provide a gift for the celebration of Jesus' birthday. The tale goes that the child was inspired by an angel to gather weeds from the roadside and place them in front of the church altar. Crimson "blossoms" sprouted from the weeds and became beautiful poinsettias. From the 17th century, Franciscan friars in Mexico included the plants in their Christmas celebrations.
Ivy (Плющ) (Klyopka Victoria) (Slide #10)
Christmas Ivy is a plant of winters that blossoms with its bulky green leaves.
Ivy has to cling to something to support itself as it grows. This reminds us that we need to cling to God for support in our lives.
According to lots of Christian convictions, the Ivy of Christmas is the embodiment of love, care and trust.
Mistletoe (Омела) (Repetskaya Tatiana) (Slide #11)
Mistletoe is a plant that grows on willow and apple trees. The practice of hanging it in the house goes back to the times of the ancient Druids. It is supposed to possess mystical powers which bring good luck to the household and ward off evil spirits. It was also used as a sign of love and friendship.
According to a custom of Christmas cheer, any two people who meet under a hanging of mistletoe are obliged to kiss. The custom of kissing under Mistletoe comes from England!
Now you know more about symbols of Christmas and their meanings.
VI Activate (Slide #12)
Now you are going to work with the story of Charles Dickens about Ebenezer Scrooge. Let’s read this story! So he met three ghosts – on your desks you have blue and orange sheets of paper on which you have their predictions to Scrooge – and your task is to put each sentence in the picture of the correct ghost. (Slide #13)
The Ghost of Christmas Past: 2, 8, 10, 12
The Ghost of Christmas Present: 1, 5, 6, 11
The Ghost of Christmas Future: 3, 4, 7, 9
How do you think, what happens next?
b) Scrooge will become kinder and pay Bob Cratchit more money.
Now I want you to write past, present and future predictions for one of your classmates. For example: Earlier Artyom had a problem with English. Now he is good at it. In the nearest future he will go to England.
VIII Activate (Slide #14)
On Christmas there is a tradition of writing letters for Santa. And you have the letter from Serena, but you have the missed words, only pictures and your task is to put all the pictures words in plural. To help you , you can find all the words in their singular forms on the right of the letter.
Now you will write your own wishes for Santa. Write what you want yourselves or for someone.
Now, close your eyes and try to imagine the most pleasant moments. I’ll switch on the music and you will relax.
XI Activate (Slide #15-16-17-18)
We are continue working and the last task for you is “Christmas Shopping”. You will read some information about different people and then you will choose the most suitable books for these people. Remember, if someone is good at something, they don’t need a book that tells them how to do it!
XII Activate (Slide #19)
Now each of you will get presents from “Secret Santa”. I have the stocking full of presents. So, _______ this is for you. Read the wish. Tell me, please, how do you think, who is your “Secret Santa”? Who gave you this present?
Vika => Lesha; Asel => Vika; Tanya => Katya; Alina => Asel; Lesha => Tanya; Katya => Vitya; Nadya => Arina; Arina => Alina; Nastya => Nadya; Vitya => Nastya; E.N. => Artyom
XIII Conclusion (Slide #20)
I hope you are grateful to your “Secret Santa” for presents. And, now, let’s summarize what we have learnt today.
Christmas is celebrated on the ________ of December. Everybody is choosing a ____________ . Christmas trees are decorated with __________________ . The top of the tree is decorated with ______________ . On the eve of Christmas children hang their __________, so that Santa Claus could put presents into them. __________ got his name from a man known as St. Nicolas. So, Christmas is a merry ________ holiday for all the people of Great Britain.
The lesson is over and I hope that you liked it. I appreciate your work. On your desks you have stickers and I want you to write your opinion about this lesson on it. Dear colleagues, write your opinion about our lesson too. I will be glad to read the positive comments.
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