Theme: “Fast food nation”
Aims of the
lesson: a) To introduce pupils with new vocabulary. To introduce with culinary cuisine features of our country, the United Kingdom and the USA. Generalization of lexical and grammatical material studied on the subject.
b) improvement and monitoring skills practical knowledge of the English language in all types of speech activity. Developing the ability to extract information from the text. Development of attention.
c) to promote tolerance and respect for other cultures. Raise interest in the language is spoken and the desire to communicate it. Greater awareness of their own culture through the context of the culture of English-speaking countries.
Visual aids: pictures, cards, video materials
Procedure of the lesson.
(Greeting, checking the absentees, checking the preparation)
Checking up the home task:
Last time you were divided into two groups and had to do a project work on theme food in our life. If you are ready you may begin your presentation.
(First group presents its project and shares with ideas, then second group does the same.)
Teacher: Well done! As you can see I’ve put sheets for assessments and smileys on your desks, so Aidana in the first group and Madi in the second group will estimate others. (red smileys mean excellent mark, green ones good mark and yellow ones you will give as satisfactory mark) So at the end of the lesson I’ll check you all.
Now dear children look at the active board and tell me what can you see. (there are some photos about fast food and soft drinks)
Questions for children:
So what can you see there?
Have you ever eaten them?
Are they delicious?
Are they expensive?
Do your parents let you eat them?
Are they healthy or harmful for you?
(New words, transcription, translation, photo)
Amazing [ə’ meiziƞ] таңғажайып, тамаша
Convenient [kən’vi:niənt] ыңғайлы, қолайлы
Description [di’skripʃ(ə)n] сипаттамасы
Chemical [kemikəl] химиялық
Advertisement [əd’vɜ:tismənt] хабарландыру
Overweight [əʊvəweit] артық салмақ
Now dear children look at the text on page 106, I want to divide it into two parts. The first group will read and translate the first part, the second group will do the second.
Now look at the blackboard there are some questions for each group. I give you 2 minutes to answer them. (Pupils do this task in group. Then the other group will check the first.)
Adjectives ending in –ed/-ing
Adjectives that end ‘-ed’ (e.g. ‘bored’, ‘interested’) and adjectives that end ‘-ing’ (e.g. ‘boring’, ‘interesting’) are often confused.
Adjectives that end ‘-ed’ describe emotions – they tell us how people feel about something.
I was very bored in the maths lesson. I almost fell asleep.
He was surprised to see Helen. She’d told him she was going to Australia.
Feeling tired and depressed, he went to bed.
Adjectives that end ‘-ing’ describe the thing that causes the emotion – a boring lesson makes you feel bored.
Have you seen that film? It’s absolutely terrifying.
I could listen to him for hours. He’s one of the most interesting people I’ve ever met.
I can’t eat this! It’s disgusting! What is it?
Now let’s do the exercises on the active board
The book was …
Exercise 3 b on page 107
Write adjectives with –ed or –ing
I don’t like stories with sad endings. They’re depress____ .
Jane’s annoy____ because I forgot to ring her last night.
I thought the programme was fascinate____ . I’m amaz_____ that you didn’t like it.
I’m not interest____ in golf. I think it’s a bor____ game.
I think the book is well-written, but it isn’t very excit____ .
There are rats in that restaurant. It’s shock____ .
Now pupils, we have to do some on-line tasks. So open your notebooks and do them.
Now the last task.
The first group has to make a dialogue using the new words, new grammar.
The second group has to make a little poem using the new words.
Beautiful and glorious (adjective and adjective)
I love your rocks and sand (verb and noun)
I run on your hot land (verb and noun)
Pretty and gorgeous (adjective and adjective)
Now you know that “Fast food nation ” is a book by investigative journalist Eric Schlosser that examines the local and global influence of the US fast food industry.
The screenplay, co-written by the non-fiction book’s author Eric Schlosser and director Richard Linklater, attempts to examine the fast food industry.
Now I give you three boxes.
One with is a bin where you have to put things that you needn’t or wasn’t interesting for you today.
Second is your bag where you have to put things that were very interesting and you will use them in future.
Third one is a meat grinder where you have to put things that you didn’t fully understand and you want to get more information about them.
Now show me your sheets for assessments, please,
At home you have to watch the film and to write an essay with your opinion about the film.
Краткое описание документа:
В данной разработке обобщена новая лексика, кулинарные особенности национальной кухни нашей страны, Великобритании и США, обобщение лексического и грамматического материала по данной теме, улучшение и мониторинг навыков учеников и практических знаний английского языка во всех видах речевой деятельности, развитие способности извлекать информацию из текста, развитие внимания, для поощрения терпимости и уважения к другим культурам, развить интерес к языку, традициям и культуре англоязычных стран.
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