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План-конспект урока по английскому языку на тему "Проблемы подростков. Teenagers’ Problems". (11 класс)


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11 класс

Тема: Молодежь и молодежная культура. Focus on Youth.



Тема урока: Проблемы подростков. TeenagersProblems.

Цели:

Практические:

  • развитие умений монологической речи в рамках изучаемой темы (высказывания и дискуссия в рамках темы  урока);

  • развитие умения восприятия и понимания иноязычной речи на слух (ведение урока на английском языке);

  • развитие умений изучающего чтения (работа с текстом);

Общеобразовательные:

  • расширение фоновых знаний учащихся (раскрытие темы «Teenagers problems and human relations»);

  • расширение лингвистического кругозора учащихся (тематическая лексика к тексту).

Развивающие:

  • развитие памяти, внимания, мышления (работа с текстом, упражнением);

  • развитие умений анализа информации, построения логических высказываний (вопросы к тексту, обсуждение темы урока);

  • развитие умений переноса усвоенного материала в новую ситуацию.

Воспитательные:

  • воспитание интереса к изучению иностранного языка (с помощью проблемных заданий);

  • воспитание культуры поведения на занятиях и в повседневной жизни (умение поддерживать дискуссию в рамках темы урока);

  • развитие навыков коллективной деятельности (дискуссия).


Задачи:

  • совершенствовать навыки использования изученных ранее лексических единиц в рамках темы урока

  • совершенствовать интонационно-произносительные навыки;

  • совершенствовать навыки использования изученных ранее грамматических явлений в рамках темы урока (Subjunctive Mood);

  • совершенствовать навыки техники чтения.


Оборудование: тетрадь, доска, карточки с заданиями, словари, компьютер, проектор, экран.




















Ход урока:

I. Подготовка к восприятию иноязычной речи

1. Организация класса и речевая подготовка:

- Good morning, students. I’m glad to see you. How are you? You are welcome to our lesson. Youth is a very important period in the life of a man. This is the time when a person discovers the world and tries to determine the place in the universe. Young people face a lot of problems which are very important for them.

2. Фонетическая зарядка.

- Read the poem. Be attentive: it’ll help you in formulating the topic of our lesson.

When life gives you lemons – make lemonade

If life gives you strict teachers – thank them

If life gives you strict parents – obey them.

(Ученики формулируют тему урока).

I want you to be active at our lesson. Let’s start our lesson with such a question “What does it mean to be a teenager?” (Учащиеся по очереди высказывают свои мнения, начиная с фразы «Being a teenager is…»

3. Коммуникативная разминка.

- What can make you nervous, annoyed, disappointed?

Students answers:

  • My clothes

  • Problems at school,

  • A quarrel with parents,

  • When a friend doesn’t want to understand,

  • When I can’t find a thing I need,

  • Lack of caring and sharing,

  • Too much caring,

  • When there are a lot of people in one house and you don’t have a chance to be alone, unseen or unheard.

4. Речевая разминка.

Make an acrostic from the word teenager

T roubles
E ducation
E xcited (
взволнованный)
N ervous, noughty
A gressive
G ames
E xams
R ebellious

II. Основная часть урока

1. Reading and speaking. Чтение и беседа по прочитанному.

- Now you are to read this poem and comment it from your points of view.

Which problems does the girl touch upon in her poem?


Why is nothing ever easy?

Why are some boys so sleazy? (несерьёзный, подлый)

Why can’t I have that brand new dress?

Why am I under so much stress?

Why don’t my parents ever believe me?

Why can’t they ever see…

Why do I feel so often unhappy?

Why do they always wish I was still in a nappy? (пеленка)

There’s a reason for all these problems and tears.

I am going through my Teenage Years!


Lets read the poem.


Учащиеся читают стихотворение, а затем обсуждают его с учителем.


2. Grammar Revision. Повторение грамматического материала. Работа с карточками.

- Can you be a psychologist?  What would you do if

Ученики представляют себя психологами и дают советы в представленных ситуациях.

 

1. If my friend told me to try smoking…

2. If I wanted to have more pocket money…


3. If I had bad marks at school…

4. If my parents didn’t understand me…


5. If I had too much homework…

6. If I were too shy…


7. If I didn’t like some boring subjects…

8. If I hadn’t got any friends…


A. I would learn some subjects better.

B. I would refuse. I think it is stupid to smoke only because you want to be alike your friends.

C. I would begin to change. I would try to be more sociable

D. I would try to find a job as soon as possible.

E. I would work at my character. I would offer my help to someone who needs my help. I think we would become friends.

F. I would try to find something interesting, something unusual in these subjects.

G. I would ask some of my teachers to speak to my parents.

H. I would learn to devise my time correctly. I wouldn’t lose it watching TV and chattering on phone but I wouldn’t give up doing sport, reading, dancing and music.

3. Brainstorming. Formulating of the problem. Мозговой штурм. Работа со схемой

What youth problems may be? Fill in the Word Web.

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(cencorship, relations with opposite sex, lack of privacy, subcultures, youth pregnancy, difficulties with getting education and finding the job)





4. Reading and speaking. Чтение текста. Беседа по проблеме. Работа в группах.

. Now please scan the letter of an American girl Jane, who is writing about her problems with parents and find out the answer if the family found the solutions to Jane’s problems?

Dear Advice Special,

The problems with my parents started when I was sixteen. I wanted a Saturday job but my parents ordered me to stay at home and study for my exams. Whenever I pointed out that all my friends had Saturday jobs, they always replied, “We don’t care what they do, it’s you we’re worried about’. This made me so angry that I did whatever I could to provoke them. I dyed my hair white blonde and covered my face in make-up before I went to school. Of course, this didn’t help.

It was a rule that in the evening I was only allowed out once during the week and on Saturday till 10 p.m. Every time I went out, my parents asked me who I was going out with and where we were going. It never crossed my mind that they were probably just worried about me.

Once I asked to go to a party on a Saturday night. They agreed, but on condition that Dad came to pick me up at 10 p.m. I argued and argued about it but in the end I had to agree. I knew I was going to be really embarrassed when my father came to pick me up, so I spent the whole party worrying. I didn’t speak to my parents for three days after that. My mother tried to explain how they both felt, but I didn’t want to listen. It was then that I decided to break all their rules. So instead of coming home at 10 p.m., I would arrive back at 11.30 p.m. and then refuse to tell them where I had been. I hoped they would decide I was old enough to look after myself, and leave me alone. However, the arguments just got worse and worse, and finally, one Saturday night I didn’t come home till 2 a.m. My father wanted to know why I was so late. I refused to tell him. We had a big argument which ended with me getting a taxi to my sister’s house. What went wrong?

Jane


5. Writing. Giving an advice to parents/teenagers.

At the conclusion we are to find solutions and I’d like you to give advice to your parents on sheets of paper. Let’s collect them and hope that your parents will follow your advice.

6. Working with the vocabulary. Работа с лексическим материалом (ex.4, p.217)

Pronounce the words and word combinations after me.

1. generation

2. to express one`s individuality

3. subculture

4. reject

5. rebel

6. violent

7. violence

8. relationship

2) Лексическое упражнение.

1. A _______ is a group of people with the same interests, the same style and they like the same music.

2. Teenagers try _______ their own _______, but they _______ everything and even _______ against the society.

3. Young _______ is often considered to be _______.

4. One of the main problems among teens is the poor _______ with their parents.

--P , go to the blackboard and fill in the blanks with the correct words from list, write down only the numbers of the words. And you, pupils, translate the words one by one. …

--P , read the sentences. … --Pupils, is it correct? Do you agree with it?

--Very good, P . Go to your seat, please.


7. Checking the homework

III. Заключительная часть урока

  1. Homework

write an essay on the following “Is it difficult to be young?”
Ex. 4, p. 221

  1. Conclusion

1. Which problems does the girl touch upon in her poem?

Why is nothing ever easy?

Why are some boys so sleazy? (несерьёзный, подлый)

Why can’t I have that brand new dress?

Why am I under so much stress?

Why don’t my parents ever believe me?

Why can’t they ever see…

Why do I feel so often unhappy?

Why do they always wish I was still in a nappy? (пеленка)

There’s a reason for all these problems and tears.

I am going through my Teenage Years!

2. - Can you be a psychologist?  What would you do if…

 

1. If my friend told me to try smoking…

2. If I wanted to have more pocket money…

3. If I had bad marks at school…

4. If my parents didn’t understand me…

5. If I had too much homework…

6. If I were too shy…

7. If I didn’t like some boring subjects…

8. If I hadn’t got any friends…










A. I would learn some subjects better.

B. I would refuse. I think it is stupid to smoke only because you want to be alike your friends.

C. I would begin to change. I would try to be more sociable

D. I would try to find a job as soon as possible.

E. I would work at my character. I would offer my help to someone who needs my help. I think we would become friends.

F. I would try to find something interesting, something unusual in these subjects.

G. I would ask some of my teachers to speak to my parents.

H. I would learn to devise my time correctly. I wouldn’t lose it watching TV and chattering on phone but I wouldn’t give up doing sport, reading, dancing and music.



3. Dear Advice Special,

The problems with my parents started when I was sixteen. I wanted a Saturday job but my parents ordered me to stay at home and study for my exams. Whenever I pointed out that all my friends had Saturday jobs, they always replied, “We don’t care what they do, it’s you we’re worried about’. This made me so angry that I did whatever I could to provoke them. I dyed my hair white blonde and covered my face in make-up before I went to school. Of course, this didn’t help.

It was a rule that in the evening I was only allowed out once during the week and on Saturday till 10 p.m. Every time I went out, my parents asked me who I was going out with and where we were going. It never crossed my mind that they were probably just worried about me.

Once I asked to go to a party on a Saturday night. They agreed, but on condition that Dad came to pick me up at 10 p.m. I argued and argued about it but in the end I had to agree. I knew I was going to be really embarrassed when my father came to pick me up, so I spent the whole party worrying. I didn’t speak to my parents for three days after that. My mother tried to explain how they both felt, but I didn’t want to listen. It was then that I decided to break all their rules. So instead of coming home at 10 p.m., I would arrive back at 11.30 p.m. and then refuse to tell them where I had been. I hoped they would decide I was old enough to look after myself, and leave me alone. However, the arguments just got worse and worse, and finally, one Saturday night I didn’t come home till 2 a.m. My father wanted to know why I was so late. I refused to tell him. We had a big argument which ended with me getting a taxi to my sister’s house. What went wrong?

Jane

4.1. Generation 2. To express one`s individuality 3. Subculture 4. Reject 5. Rebel 6. Violent 7. Violence 8. relationship

1. A _______ is a group of people with the same interests, the same style and they like the same music.

2. Teenagers try _______ their own _______, but they _______ everything and even _______ against the society.

3. Young _______ is often considered to be _______.

4. One of the main problems among teens is the poor _______ with their parents.

--P , go to the blackboard and fill in the blanks with the correct words from list, write down only the numbers of the words. And you, pupils, translate the words one by one. …

--P , read the sentences. … --Pupils, is it correct? Do you agree with it?

--Very good, P . Go to your seat, please.



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