открытого урока по теме “Family Matters”(УМК “English X”, авторы О.В.Афанасьева, И.В.Михеева)
Дидактическая: систематизация знаний, умений и навыков по теме
Развивающая: развитие и совершенствование навыков практического владения структурами английского языка по всем видам речевой деятельности
Воспитывающая: повысить интерес к духовным ценностям, воспитание высоконравственной позиции к социальным явлениям
Оснащение урока: мультимедийный проектор, компьютер, презентации учителя и учащихся к проектам (проектная деятельность), раздаточный материал
II Введение в тему. Определение темы и задач урока (описание слайда 1,2)
III Актуализация имеющихся знаний
Should the word “matters” in the title be read as a noun, as a verb or possibly both? (слайд 3)
Matter, n. - вопрос, дело
To matter, v. – иметь значение
Discussing family matters involves a lot of other topics (слайд 4). During the lesson we`ll speak about marriage, wedding ceremonies and children`s upbringing.
Слайд 5 Монологические высказывания уч-ся по цитатам (слайд 5)
The popular saying says, “Blood is thicker than water”. What does it mean?(слайд 6)
There are few people without kith or kin. Let`s see if you know who your kinsfolk are.(слайды 7,8)
IVСистематизация о обобщение знаний по теме
I see you know your kinsfolk very well.
а) Чтение текста упр.IV, стр.66 (рабочая тетрадь) и его обсуждение (групповая работа: 1-работа по карточкам с взаимопроверкой по образцу (слайд 9), 2-обсуждение проблемных вопросов по теме)
b) The definitions of a family today and a family in the past are far from similar. Even 50 years ago families had rules that were stricter and families were closer in the sense of a relationship.
The period of Queen`s Victoria reign is called Victorian in the history of the UK. Let`s listen to the project on ”Victorian Family Life”
c) Презентация «Victorian Family Life». Task: listen and choose the best title for the text (слайд 10)
V Чтение тематического текста (упражнения в формате ЕГЭ) Match the paragraphs and the questions. Заполнение ассоциограммы «Patterns of Family»(слайд 11)
VI Презентация «Wedding Ceremony in Britain” и выполнение тестового задания (слайд12, 13)
a) Marriages are made on heaven but occur on earth. Wedding traditions and customs vary greatly between cultures, ethnic groups, religions, countries and social classes. Wedding is the most special day in anyone`s life.
b) When couples have their first born child they become parents and face an utterly new stage in their lives. They have to raise their kids and do their best to develop their children`s minds.
a project “Children`s Upbringing in Ossetian Families.”
VIIРефлексия: написание синквейна
Cinquain is a short poem which appeared in the USA under the influence of Japanese poetry. It consists of 5 lines: a noun, 2 adj., 3 verbs, a word-combination, a sentence. (слайд 14)
I hope you`ve enjoyed our lesson. Now you have an idea of what a family is, what types of marriages and families there are, what wedding traditions and ceremonies different people have.
VIII Home Task: to make a presentation or to give a talk on wedding ceremonies of different peoples.
Match the paragraphs and the questions. One question is extra.
What alternatives are there to the traditional family unit?
What exactly is a family?
Who are your kinsfolk?
What functions does a family serve?
1 The family is the basic building block of societies across the globe. But what exactly is meant by the word? One might think the answer is obvious- a husband and wife or a mum, a dad and their kids- but these definitions would not cover all the different types of family which exist. There are nuclear families, extended families, one- parent families and families with adopted children.
Nuclear families are those which have a mother, a father and their children (biological or adopted). The phrase “extended family” describes a larger network of relatives- grandparents, great- grandparents, uncles, aunts and cousins. In some cultures it is usual to find extended families living together under one roof whereas in other cultures the nuclear family household is the norm. One- parent families are those where one of the parents is no longer part of the family unit, possibly due to death or divorce, leaving the remaining parent with an unenviable task of bringing up the children and trying to earn a living at the same time.
2 In sociological terms the traditional family unit serves many purposes and has proved comparatively successful over time. The extended family set- up is perhaps the most efficient from a sociological point of view as it can provide protection from danger. There is safety in numbers, after all! Traditionally the males of the family would provide shelter and food for the females and young. The females would prepare the food and take care of their babies. The older members of the group also benefited from the security of the arrangement: they were sheltered from the elements by living within the family home and could assist with caring for the children and preparing foodstuffs until they themselves needed to be cared for- a task which could, in turn, be carried out by the younger members of the group.
Nowadays, in developed countries, it is more and more common to find nuclear families living individually, sometimes great distances from other members of their family.
3 The traditional family unit still thrives today in spite of the fast changing world we live in. Although fewer people live with their extended families, transport has improved to such an extent that it is relatively easy for even young families to fly half way round the world to see relatives for important festivals such as Christmas.
When the extended family is not available people often find their friends taking on a more important role in their family life, perhaps acting as “uncle” or “aunt” figures in their children`s lives.
Single- parent families are becoming more and more common these days, partly due to the fact that the stigma of having children out of wedlock has largely been forgotten, and partly because divorcing an unsatisfactory partner has become both more acceptable socially and easier legally. The burden of caring for the children whilst working for a living is sometimes alleviated, at least in part, by government subsidies.