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Разработка урока "Our Family Comes from Round the World" (8класс)

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Information about Ss 8-th form, mixed ability group

Materials used pictures, tape-recorder

Topic of the lesson: Our Family Comes from Round the World

New lexis and structures: antler ,arrow ,be about ,beak ,bow , distract, free , gnaw ,hardly , had he entered the forest ,homeward ,hoof , neither... nor , net ,once upon a time, peck ,pierce ,pouch ,stag ,strand ,target ,tear ,the day began to dawn ,thrust ,toil ,trap


Aim by the end of the lesson Ss will be able to speak about relationship of parents and children, friends.



Lesson Plan


Time

Description of activity/step of the lesson

Aim of the activity

Pattern of interaction

1

2`

Greeting of Ss

-Good afternoon, pupils. I`m glad to see you.

-Good afternoon, teacher. We are glad to see you too.

-Who is on duty today? What is the date today? Who is absent? Thank you. Take your seat.

- Today we will speak about your families, friends, read the story about three friends and discuss it.

To welcome Ss in class

T-class

2

3`

Warm – up

-Now, answer my questions:

1. What is better: to have a small family or a big family with a lot of children and other relations? Why?

2. What is your family like? Have you got any brothers or sisters? Are you good friends with them?

3. Have you got baby brothers and sisters? Do you help your moth­er to take care of them? What do you do?

4. What are your family's favorite pastimes? What do you like to do together?

To tune Ss in the English lesson

T-class

4

7`

Brainstorming

1) Ex.59 p.81 Think of the qualities that make a good parent and a good child.

a) A good parent is someone who:

-thinks about the child's safety2

  • talks to the child

b) A good child (son or daughter) is someone who:

has good manners

  • helps about the house

2) Now, let`s write the rules on the blackboard. The first group will write the rules for parents, and the second –for children. You can use your sense of humour.

- Let`s compare your rules with your parents` .

To activate the background knowledge and to train speaking communicative skills.

S-S

5

3`

Let`s sing a song “ Friends will be friends”

To relax

Ss

6

2`

Pre-readig activities

Before reading the text read the new words after me:

antler [' aentla ] —олений рог

arrow ['aer au]— стрела

be about [bi: a 'baut] — собираться

beak [bi:k]—клюв

bow [bou] — лук

distract [dis'traekt] —отвлекать; сбивать с толку

free [fri:] —освободить

gnaw [no:] —грызть

hardly ['ha:dli] had he entered ['entad] the forest -едва вошел он в лес

homeward ['houmwad] —домой, к дому

hoof [hu:f] — копыто

neither... nor ['nai ] — ни ... ни

net [net]—сеть

once upon a time — однажды

peck [pek] (at) — клевать, долбить клювом

pierce [‘ pias] – протыкать, прокалывать

pouch [paut ] —сумка, мешочек

rice [rais] — рис

seize [si:z] —схватить

shade [ eid]—тень

stag [staeg] —олень

strand [straend] — нить

target ['ta:git] — цель

tear [tea] — рвать

the day began to dawn — начало светать

thrust [ rлst] — засовывать

toe [tau] — палец на ноге

toil [toil]—трудиться

tortoise ['to:tas] — черепаха

trap [traep]— ловушка


To activate topical vocabulary

Ss

7

10`

While-reading activities

-Let`s read the text about three friends: a stag, a tortoise and a bird.

To train reading skills

Ss

8

9`

Post-reading activities

  • Take the lists and put the parts of the text in the correct order.

  • Now, answer the questions:

1. Do friends have much in common? Is it important in friendship?

2. Do your parents know your friends and do you know theirs? Is it important that you should know each other's friends? Why?

3. Do you have any good friends? What are they like? What do they look like?

4. Why is it good to have friends?

5. Can girls and boys be good friends? Why? Why not?

6. Are you a good friend? What do you do to be a good friend?



To train speaking communicative skills.

P-Ss

9

2`

-Let`s read the poem “Our Family Comes from Round the World


Ss

10

2`


Home task:

The lesson is over. You were active today. Your marks are …. .

-Write down your Home-task: to sum up the text.

- Good-bye.


Individual work






























New words

antler [' aentla ] —олений рог

arrow ['aer au]— стрела

be about [bi: a 'baut] — собираться

beak [bi:k]—клюв

bow [bou] — лук

distract [dis'traekt] —отвлекать; сбивать с толку

free [fri:] —освободить

gnaw [no:] —грызть

hardly ['ha:dli] had he entered ['entad] the forest -едва вошел он в лес

homeward ['houmwad] —домой, к дому

hoof [hu:f] — копыто

neither... nor ['nai ] — ни ... ни

net [net]—сеть

once upon a time — однажды

peck [pek] (at) — клевать, долбить клювом

pierce [‘ pias] – протыкать, прокалывать

pouch [paut ] —сумка, мешочек

rice [rais] — рис

seize [si:z] —схватить

shade [ eid]—тень

stag [staeg] —олень

strand [straend] — нить

target ['ta:git] — цель

tear [tea] — рвать

the day began to dawn — начало светать

thrust [ rлst] — засовывать

toe [tau] — палец на ноге

toil [toil]—трудиться

tortoise ['to:tas] — черепаха

trap [traep]— ловушка

i явит*.

Date______________ Name________________________________

Put the parts of the text in right order:



a)

Hardly had he entered the forest, when he was observed by the stag's other friend, the bird. To distract the hunter, the bird began flying above his head as though it were woun­ded.


b)

The hunter cried out missing his target, and the bird flew away. The hunter then seized the tortoise, thrust it into his pouch and set off homeward.


c)

Once upon a time there were three friends: a stag, a tortoise and a bird. One night the stag got caught in a net set by a hunter.


d)

There the bird was waiting for him. It pierced the pouch with its beak and went pecking at it until it had pecked it to pieces and freed the tortoise.


e)

The tortoise came up and immediately began to gnaw through the strands one by one. But while the tortoise toiled away, the day began to dawn.


f)

At first he tried to get free by his own efforts, but he soon realized that neither his antlers nor his hoofs could tear a hole in the net and he called to his friend the tortoise for help.


g)

The hunter went after it, while the tor­toise freed the stag. When the hunter finally reached the net he found it gnawed through and empty.


h)

On the way, he grew hungry. Sitting down in the shade of a tree; he started to eat his meal of rice cakes.


i)

The hunter who had set the trap got up, took his bow and arrows and set out for the forest.


j)

In his anger he seized his bow, took up an arrow and aimed at the bird. As he was about to shoot, the tortoise bit his toe.


k)

As he sat there, the stag ap­proached him from behind, gently lifted the pouch on to his antlers and sped away into the forest.



The Power of Friendship

Once upon a time there were three friends: a stag, a tortoise and a bird. One night the stag got caught in a net set by a hunter. At first he tried to get free by his own efforts, but he soon realized that neither his antlers nor his hoofs could tear a hole in the net and he called to his friend the tortoise for help.

The tortoise came up and immediately began to gnaw through the strands one by one. But while the tortoise toiled away, the day began to dawn. The hunter who had set the trap got up, took his bow and arrows and set out for the forest.

Hardly had he entered the forest, when he was observed by the stag's other friend, the bird. To distract the hunter, the bird began flying above his head as though it were woun­ded. The hunter went after it, while the tor­toise freed the stag.

When the hunter finally reached the net he found it gnawed through and empty. In his anger he seized his bow, took up an arrow and aimed at the bird. As he was about to shoot, the tortoise bit his toe. The hunter cried out missing his target, and the bird flew away. The hunter then seized the tortoise, thrust it into his pouch and set off homeward. On the way, he grew hungry. Sitting down in the shade of a tree; he started to eat his meal of rice cakes. As he sat there, the stag ap­proached him from behind, gently lifted the pouch on to his antlers and sped away into the forest. There the bird was waiting for him. It pierced the pouch with its beak and went pecking at it until it had pecked it to pieces and freed the tortoise.

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