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План урока по английскому языку "The First People in Canada"

  • Иностранные языки

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Сабақтың жоспары

План урока

Сынып /класс 10

Сабақтың тақырыбы:

Тема урока: The First People in Canada

Сабақтың мақсаты:

Цель урока: To enlarge the knowledge of students about the The First People in Canada; to develop reading, speaking skills; to develop giving their points of view.

Сабақтың міндеттері:

Задачи урока:

Білімдік:

Образовательная: To develop skills of reading, speaking and thinking.

To enrich students’ knowledge and interest

Дамытушылық:

Развивающая:. Develop reading, speaking, writing and listening skills

Тәрбиелік:

Воспитательная: Develop the sense of curiosity

Сабақтың түрі:

Тип урока: урок изучения нового материала

Оқытуң әдісі:

Методы обучения: информационный

Сабақта өз бетінше істейтін жұмыстың түрлері:

Виды самостоятельной работы на уроке: письмо,аудирование, чтение

Сабақтың материалдық техникалық жабдықталуы

Материально-техническое оснащение урока: the map of Canada, flashcards, video - slide “Canada”, Interactive board, maple - leaves, an anthem of Canada.

Сабақтың мазмұны мен барысы

Ход и содержание урока

Stages

Instruction/procedures

Time

Material

Note

Engage

Greeting

  1. Warm-up

Who is on duty today?

What date is it today?

What is the weather today?

How many lessons have you got today?

How many pupils in the class?

Who is absent?


5 min







5 min



Study













Reading

Повторение лексики прошлого урока. Фронтальный опрос.

inhabitantn'hæbɪt(ə)nt] житель,

Indigenousn'dɪʤɪnəs] аборигенный, местный

Native['neɪtɪv] родной

refer[rɪ'fɜ:] относить, приписывать

colloquially[kə'ləukwɪəl] разговорный

dialect['daɪəlekt] диалект

land[lænd] высаживаться (на берег)

unique[ju:'ni:k] 1. 1) уникальный, единственный в своём роде

artifact['ɑ:tɪfækt] артефакт, предмет (объект), изготовленный, сделанный человеком, в отличие от природных объектов

pride oneself [praɪd] гордиться

descend[dɪ'send] происходить, вести род

distinctiveness - индивидуальный характер, самобытность

    1. Работа с новым лексическим материалом.

  • Vocabulary notes.

seal[si:l] тюлень

walrus ['wɔ:lrəs] морж

caribou['kærəbu:] карибу (северный олень)

beaver ['bi:və] бобр, бобёр

buffalo['bʌfələu] буйвол

squash[skwɔʃ] кабачок, тыква

maize[meɪz] кукуруза

spot - увидеть, заметить

abandone [ə'bændən] забросить, покинуть

permanently ['pɜ:m(ə)nəntlɪ] надолго, постоянно

convert['kɔnvɜ:t] – обратить

Christianity [krɪstɪ'ænətɪ] христианство

Smallpox ['smɔ:lpɔks] ; оспа

rivalry['raɪv(ə)lrɪ] соперничество

  • Reading

Read and translate the text.

THE DISCOVERY OF CANADA

The first people in Canada crossed the Bering Straits from Asia. In the north the Inuit lived by hunting seals, walruses and whales. They also hunted caribou. On the west coast people hunted deer, bear and beaver. They also fished. On the plains people lived by hunting buffalo. In the east people grew crops of beans, squash, maize and sunflower seeds.

The first Europeans to reach Canada were the Vikings. In 986 a Viking called Bjarni Herjolfsson was blown off course by a storm and he spotted a new land. However he sailed away without landing. In 1001 a man named Leif Eriksson landed in the new land, which he named Vinland (it was part of Canada). However Eriksson did not stay permanently. Later the Vikings did establish a colony in North America but they abandoned it because of conflict with the natives.

However after the Vikings Canada was forgotten until the end of the 15th century. In 1497 the English king Henry VII sent an Italian named Jean Cabot on an expedition across the Atlantic to Newfoundland. Cabot discovered rich fishing waters off the coast of Canada.

Then in 1534 and in 1535-36 a Frenchman named Jacques Cartier (1491-1557) sailed on two expeditions to Canada. On 10 August 1535 (St Lawrence's Day) he sailed into the St Lawrence River, which he named after the saint.

5 min













15 min



Study






Prepositions of time Used to …

1.     George visits us ____ every Christmas.

2.   They had a nice party June the 12th.

3.   We met only ____last year.

4.   I do not have Music ___Wednesday.

5.   He arrived _____December 12th.

6.   Lilac blossoms _____May.

7.   This palace was built _____17th century.

8.   I will go away ____25th of July.

9.   He bought this car ____March.

10.    They do not work ____Friday.   


10 min








Home task

Retell the text “The Aboriginal people of Canada”

1 min



THE DISCOVERY OF CANADA

The first people in Canada crossed the Bering Straits from Asia. In the north the Inuit lived by hunting seals, walruses and whales. They also hunted caribou. On the west coast people hunted deer, bear and beaver. They also fished. On the plains people lived by hunting buffalo. In the east people grew crops of beans, squash, maize and sunflower seeds.

The first Europeans to reach Canada were the Vikings. In 986 a Viking called Bjarni Herjolfsson was blown off course by a storm and he spotted a new land. However he sailed away without landing. In 1001 a man named Leif Eriksson landed in the new land, which he named Vinland (it was part of Canada). However Eriksson did not stay permanently. Later the Vikings did establish a colony in North America but they abandoned it because of conflict with the natives.

However after the Vikings Canada was forgotten until the end of the 15th century. In 1497 the English king Henry VII sent an Italian named Jean Cabot on an expedition across the Atlantic to Newfoundland. Cabot discovered rich fishing waters off the coast of Canada.

Then in 1534 and in 1535-36 a Frenchman named Jacques Cartier (1491-1557) sailed on two expeditions to Canada. On 10 August 1535 (St Lawrence's Day) he sailed into the St Lawrence River, which he named after the saint.



THE DISCOVERY OF CANADA

The first people in Canada crossed the Bering Straits from Asia. In the north the Inuit lived by hunting seals, walruses and whales. They also hunted caribou. On the west coast people hunted deer, bear and beaver. They also fished. On the plains people lived by hunting buffalo. In the east people grew crops of beans, squash, maize and sunflower seeds.

The first Europeans to reach Canada were the Vikings. In 986 a Viking called Bjarni Herjolfsson was blown off course by a storm and he spotted a new land. However he sailed away without landing. In 1001 a man named Leif Eriksson landed in the new land, which he named Vinland (it was part of Canada). However Eriksson did not stay permanently. Later the Vikings did establish a colony in North America but they abandoned it because of conflict with the natives.

However after the Vikings Canada was forgotten until the end of the 15th century. In 1497 the English king Henry VII sent an Italian named Jean Cabot on an expedition across the Atlantic to Newfoundland. Cabot discovered rich fishing waters off the coast of Canada.

Then in 1534 and in 1535-36 a Frenchman named Jacques Cartier (1491-1557) sailed on two expeditions to Canada. On 10 August 1535 (St Lawrence's Day) he sailed into the St Lawrence River, which he named after the saint.


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