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Открытый урок на тему «Is it easy to be young?» Выполнила учитель английского языка Желтикова Ирина Семеновна
Aims and objectives Aims: to revise the vocabulary of topics “Being a teenager”; to practice the skill of speaking, expressing opinion; to develop social skills, self – confidence and tolerance. Objectives: Students will be able: To hold on a conversation; To discuss a problem, situation, questions; To make a suggest, advise, disagree; To participate in debates.
Teens’ ambitions Enjoy life Be independent Express their individuality Do well at school Earn money Change the world to the best Be taken seriously To have the rights
Teens’ problems Dealing with friends Parents Teachers at school Classmates Dating Joining the army Getting a job Having not enough money Watching violent films Dieting One-way love
Fill in the missing words Under – where – voice – reach – heart – wind - soul - skin I don’t know ____________ to find you I don’t know how to ____________you I hear your ________ in the ________ I fell you __________ my __________ Within my __________ and my ______ I wait for you Adagio
Match the halves of the lines All of these nights All of my dreams I see and I touch I fall into When the time You’ll be is right I know surround you your embrace without you in my arms your face
Put the words in the correct order my – find – I – eyes – a way – close – and – I for – to – need – pray – no – me walked – far – I’ve – so so – I’ve – hard – fought more – to – nothing – explain all – I – that – know – remains a piano – plays – is - that
Underline the correct words If you know where / wear to find me If you no / know how to reach me Before this light fades aweigh / away Before I run out of faith Be / bee the only man two / to say That you’ll hear / here my heart That you’ll give your life Forever you’ll stay
Put the lines in the correct order Be the only man to say Don’t let me run out of faith That you believe, make me believe You won’t let go Don’t let this light fade away Adagio
Being a teen. What does it mean? On the one hand Great fun, exciting, wonderful time Falling in love Dating Choosing a career Important decisions Having everything for the first time On the other hand Very difficult, dangerous, hard time Taking a lot of exams Overcoming difficulties Committing crimes Problems with parent and teachers Problems with classmates, friends
Let’s try to be psychologists
Let’s describe the picture Name the theme of the picture. This picture is on the subject / topic / issue of........ (entertainment; sport; hobbies; environment; shopping etc.). Say where it was taken. It was (probably) taken inside / outside. Say where the action is happening. In this picture the action is taking place in. (the house; the living room; the gym; the swimming pool; the theme park etc.). Describe the background. In the background of this picture there is / are; I can see / make out ........ (some pieces of furniture; sports equipment; some people doing shopping etc.). Describe the foreground. In the foreground I can see........ (some children; a family; a shop assistant etc.).
Describe what the people are doing. Looking at these people I get the impression that they are ........(having dinner; watching a film; having a break; doing their homework etc.) What the people look like. (Age / height / build / hair / eyes / nose / mouth / special features / general impression) What the people are wearing. (Casually / formally-dressed; the description of pieces of clothes) How the people are feeling. (Bored / annoyed / upset / sad / miserable / lonely / unhappy / depressed / confused / furious / angry / relaxed / concentrated / worried / happy / tired / interested / puzzled / confident / interested / excited / calm / pleased / thrilled / relieved / amazed) Talk about the atmosphere. The atmosphere in the picture is ........ (friendly, peaceful, relaxing, tense, busy, warm, cosy, happy etc.). Talk about your personal attitude to the picture. How the picture makes you feel. Personally I, / As for me, / Frankly speaking, I like this picture as it is bright and colourful, full of positive emotions, etc.). Generally speaking, this picture doesn't appeal to me because ........ (this activity is not my cup of tea / I hate doing........).
Letters from teens Dear psychologists, My name is Martin. I`m 15. I`ve got many problems at school. In fact, I hate school. I hate doing homework. I don`t feel comfortable with my schoolmates. They call me names because I`m too tall and pale. What should I do ? Please, give me advice. Bye, Martin.
Key words Try to be tolerant Do sports, be active Don’t worry about your appearance Do your best at school Try to help somebody else
Dear psychologists, My name`s Susan. I`m 14. My parents don`t understand me. They think, my favorite music is too loud, my clothes are very strange, my make-up is too bright. No one listens to me! They only grumble. I`m fed up with it! What can you advise me? Bye, Susan.
Key words Try to understand your parents, their point of view Try to behave like a real adult, not like a little girl Try to bring up an elegant taste in clothes
Advices ADVICE 1. Remember, you are a unique. Do not compare yourself with any one else. ADVICE 2: Do something for someone else. The people you are helping will think you are something special. ADVICE 3: Keep notes of your problems. You can do it in code if you worry about privacy. By the end of the month , you will see how many problems you really can solve ADVICE 4: Allow yourself to fail. We do learn from experience. Each failure teaches us something. ADVICE 5: Work out your own motto. For example, "I am doing my best.", "I am a great person". Repeat it wherever you start feeling blue. ADVICE 6: If we are broad-minded and tolerant , we can respect different opinions and make the world happier.