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План-конспект урока английского языка на тему: "Saint Valentine's Day"

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Урок по английскому языку на тему: «St. Valentines Day” для 7 класса

Тема урока: St. Valentine’s Day.

Цели урока:

Образовательные: выявить качество и уровень овладения знаниями и умениями, полученными на предыдущих уроках.

Развивающие: развивать умение объяснять свою точку зрения, своё отношение; дать новую информацию о стране изучаемого языка.

Воспитательные: вовлечь в деятельность, научить слушать других.

Тип урока: комбинированный.

Оборудование: раздаточный материал.

Схема плана урока

Начало урока: 5 мин.

  • организационный момент

Центральная часть урока: 35 мин.

  • изучение новой лексики

  • развитие коммуникативной компетенции

  • выполнение упражнений:

1. Перевод

2. Отвечать на вопросы, выражать своё мнение

3. Грамматика – Past Simple tense.

  • рефлексия

Завершение урока: 5 мин.

  • домашнее задание.

Ход урока



Начало урока: организационный момент

Good morning!

Please, take your seats.

Who is absent today?

Great!/That’s bad.

Good morning, Alina Igorevna.

(дети садятся)

All are present/ Misha, Katya are absent.

Центральная часть урока

Today we begin an interesting theme. It`s the Saint Valentine’s Day. Nowadays our country celebrate it too. And how do we celebrate?

Right you are! As we know there is no “right” age to begin dating. Dating may begin as young as… Hmmm.

Help me, students!

Yes! 13-14 years old, but becomes common around 16-18.
And now please look at the blackboard!

(дети слушают и отвечают, если нет, то помочь им)

(дети слушают)

Ivan: May be 14 years…


(распечатать и повесить)


Please write down these words in your textbooks.

Could you tell me what is different in the dating customs of the English-speaking countries and our country?

Right you are!/ Dont be upset.
It’s a good question, isn’t it?

That’s why let’s read some information right now. (раздаете материал)

(дети переписывают)

(дети отвечают или молчат)

Материал(распечатать заранее):

Exercise 1. Read, translate and answer questions.


  • Young people often start meeting someone of the opposite sex around the age of 14. They do not need an older person to go with them. Teenagers generally date people of their own age, although girls sometimes date boys two or three years older than they are.

  • Either a boy or a girl can invite someone on a date. It does not mean that they date regularly only one person. They may go out with one person one week and someone else the next one. Most teenagers go on dates with more then one person. Young people may even date several friends at the same time. Sometimes two couples go together.

  • Parents very rarely choose dates for their children. Young people usually meet and choose their own dates. Sometimes, however, someone arranges a date for two people who do not know each other.

  • Boys and girls go to parties together. They go on dates to the cinema, dances, roller skating, etc. A boy often goes to pick up his dates at her home. Girls may invite boys to parties or other social events. Hand holding and light kissing in public are common. Anything more than light kissing is not generally approved of in public.

  • Dating is often very expensive. Today, even the simplest date can cost over $20.00. A couple on a date may go to the movies and have a snack afterwards. Movies now cost $3.00-5.00 per person, and a snack can easily cost more than $10.00. The boy and girl often share expenses. Sometimes, however, one person pays for both people.


  • How old are young people when they start dating?

  • Who do young people usually date?

  • How do teenagers choose their dates?

  • Where do young people go on dates?

  • How much does it cost to go on a date? Who is supposed to pay for entertainment when dating?

Exercise 2.

These teenagers are speaking about their dating experiences. What dating customs do they mean?

My friend Melanie and her boyfriend Mark have been dating for six months already. They go to school together, share lunches, meet at Pizza Hut after school and attend all school activities together. Melanie and Mark date no other people and are always seen together.”

Charlie and I often go on outing together. We both pay for our own movie tickets and hamburgers and soda. We don’t always have enough money to cover our expenses. And this is the answer to the limited budget. It’s a pleasant afternoon what matters more for us, not money”.C:\Users\Alina\Desktop\i (2).jpgC:\Users\Alina\Desktop\Philly-Dentist-1446110548-topic3.jpg


It doesn’t always turn out well. I can only imagine what my date will be like. Will we both enjoy the same kinds of food, music, and films? Will she be pretty? I like this exciting experience.

Read the task Ann, please. Is everything clear?

Good. And now let’s read. One text by one with questions . Antony, begin, please.

(Аня читает)

(Антон читает текст и вопрос)


Good of you!

And the next exercise. Read the task, then the text, think over and then we do this together.

(дети прочитали все тексты, вопросы и ответили)

(дети слушают, затем читают)

Exercise 3. Dating etiquette today is quite different from that when your parents were young.

Which information refers to the present and which were common among teenagers 30 years ago? Put the verbs in brackets in the correct form.

Dating in the 19..s (be)_____ very structured. The dating rules (be) _____ firmly established. Boys and girls usually (begin) _______ dating in high school. Of course, they (need) ______ their parents’ permission. Many teenagers (be) _____ even chaperoned (accompanied by parents).The boy (meet) _____ his date is parents and (talk) ______ with them for a little while. Then, the young couple usually (leave) _____ for a movie, and a soda and snack, which the boy (pay) _____ for. The young people (observe) ________ curfews and (say) ______ goodnight at the front door.

In the 19..s dating (be) ____ far more casual. Children (begin) ______ dating in junior high school , and many youngsters (have) ______ steady girlfriends or boyfriends .The younger couples (may be) __________ escorted by their parents, but as soon as they (be) _____ in high school , couples (rebel) _________ at the idea of being chaperoned. Dutch treat dating (be) ____ acceptable and because of the teens limited finances, it (occur) ________ quite frequently .Girls call boys and (ask) ______ for dates. They even (pay) _______ for dates. Curfews (be) ____ observed only in a few families. Today, teenagers (have) ______ more independence in all aspects of dating.

Is it an interesting text? What is your impression? Mary tells us.
Thank you.

I hope, you like this topic.

What do like the most from all what you have read? Dima, Olga and Nastya. Please. We listen to you.
Thank you all and now write down the hometask.

(Маша говорит своё мнение)

(рефлексия - дети рассказывают)

Завершение урока


1. Answer the question (in writing form):

Do you agree that today’s teenagers exercise more freedom in dating than the teenagers of the seventies? Prove your opinion.

2. Write down all new words with translation in your textbooks.

3. Write in textbooks your opinion about this holiday. Find some information about this holiday in other countries. Be ready to tell your classmates the information without a textbook.

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