Grade/ Класс 10
Lesson/Урок Date/Дата 7.11.16
Teaching and Educational purposes and mission/Цели и задачи:
Teaching/Образователные : Формировать знания о культуре стран изучаемого языка
Developing/Развивающие: развивать интеллектуальные и творческие способности учащихся;
умение четко и быстро формулировать и высказывать свои мысли;
Стимулировать познавательную активность ребят;
Educational/Воспитательные: Формирование доброжелательного отношения друг к другу;
умение выслушать других при работе в классе, в группе;
воспитывать чувство сопричастности общему делу, умение работать коллективно;
воспитывать у учащихся трудолюбие, аккуратность и ответственность, любовь и
интерес к предмету;
воспитывать чувство гордости за исторические и культурные достижения соотечественников
Materials: 1. The picture of the Beatles
2. Video The Beatles. Yong years. Part 1
3. Printable worksheets with the text for reading “The Beatles”
4. Video : Song Imagine with subtitles
5. Video: Song Michelle with subtitles
Type of the lesson: Урок изучения и первичного закрепления новых знаний;
I Organizational moment: * This lesson is the first lesson in this term and you haven’t got any home tasks.
Now I want you to guess the theme of our lesson. Show them the picture of the Beatles (Appendix 1)
II Warmer *Answer the questions:
1. Do you like the Beatles?
2. Can you name the 4 members of the Beatles? John Lennon, Paul
McCartney, Ringo Starr, George Harrison
3. Where were they from? Liverpool
4. How does their music compare to modern pop music?
5. How many songs of theirs can you list?
IV Formation of new knowledge * Next I’m going to show you a short video and give the text to read for finding out
some more information about the Beatles.
* Video “The Beatles. Early Years. Part 1. (downloaded from youtube.com)
*printable The Beatles (Appendix 2)
V Fixing the new knowledge * Checking the understanding of listening and reading (Plickers appliance)
John Lennon was a mischief-maker and he enjoyed getting in trouble.
Paul was the quiet guy from the successful family
3. They were the best selling group in history.
4. All the members were from Liverpool.
5. They appeared on TV on February 9, 1964.
6. There was some confusion about the sources of their music.
7. Their music was copied by Elvis Presley.
8. Frank Sinatra didn't like the Beatles too much.
Extra material. Let’s sing some songs with the Beatles (Michelle and Imagine with subtitles downloaded from youtube.com)
Conclusions. Lesson results:
What new knowledge have you got today?
Home task : Paul McCartney was knighted in 1997. You should research why he was knighted and what people are normally knighted for. Are there any other famous people that you know that have been knighted? You should gather as much information as you can about being knighted.
2) The Beatles:
The Beatles were one of the most influential music groups of the rock era, and many consider them the best musical group on Earth. Initially they affected the post-war baby boom generation of Britain and the U.S. during the 1960s, and later the rest of the world. Certainly they were the most successful group, with global sales exceeding 1.1 billion records.
While they were originally famous for light-weight pop music (and the extreme hysterical reaction they received from young women), their later works achieved a combination of popular and critical acclaim perhaps unequaled in the 20th century.
Eventually, they became more than recording artists, branching out into film and — particularly in the case of John Lennon — political activism. They achieved an iconic status beyond mere celebrity, with far reaching effects difficult to exaggerate.
The members of the group were John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison and Ringo Starr, all from Liverpool, England.
Beatlemania began in the UK and exploded following the appearance of the Beatles on The Ed Sullivan Show in the United States, on February 9, 1964. The pop-music band became a worldwide phenomenon with worshipful fans, hysterical adulation, and denunciations by culture commentators and others such as Frank Sinatra.
Some of this was confusion over the sources of their music (a similar confusion was evinced in 1956 over Elvis Presley), and some of it was simply an incredulous reaction to the length of their hair.
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