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Разработка урока по английскому языку "Occupation@


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Урок английского языка по теме "Occupations. Revision."


Тип урока: комбинированный.


Цели урока.

Общеобразовательная: иметь представление о различных профессиях.

Развивающая: развитие языковой догадки, логического мышления сопоставлять, сравнивать, развития мотивации к дальнейшему овладению ИК, воображения, компенсаторных умений.

Воспитательная: совершенствовать навыки общения, воспитание личностных качеств (трудолюбие, упорство )

Практическая: закрепление лексического материала, развитие навыков диалогической речи, развитие грамматических навыков, навыков аудирования.

Ход урока


I.

Организационный момент.


- Good afternoon, boys and girls. Who is absent today?

- Today we are going to talk about occupations. It is a revision lesson. Open your exercise books, write down the topic of our lesson.


II. Речевая разминка.

Повтор за диктором названий профессий.

Источник в интернете: English Vocabulary - Occupations - YouTube

- Let’s have a phonetic drill, train our languages. Repeat words after the speaker.

Speak as quickly as you can (ученики знакомы с этой видеозаписью, первый раз слова лучше проговаривать, используя паузу).

III. Проверка домашнего задания.

- It time to check up your homework. We’ll revise tag or tail questions. Open your supplementary books with grammar exercises.

IV. Основная часть.

- Now look at the boat, please. Let’s remember proverbs and saying. Your task is to match parts of the sentences. Read the proverb and translate it.


PROVERBS AND SAYING

He works best


He that will not work

 

A bad workman

 

Jack of all trades

 

No pains,

 

no gains.

 

master of none.

 

who knows his trade.

 

shall not eat.

 

blames his tools.


He works best who knows his trade. - Дело мастера боится. (Лучше всех работает тот, кто знает свое дело.)

He that will not work shall not eat. - Кто не работает, тот и не ест.

A bad workman blames his tools. - У плохого мастера всегда инструмент виноват.

Jack of all trades, master of none. Подмастерье всех ремёсел, мастер ни одного.(За всё берётся, да не всё удаётся.)

No pains, no gains. - Без трудов нет и заработка.( Без труда не вытащишь и рыбку из пруда.)

- Thank you. Well done.



- Look at this table, please. Match the meanings in Box A with the words in Box B and you will answer what they do.



A

B

A person who protects politicians, important business people, rock star



Someone who have sheep, cows to produce meat and milk



Someone who writes music



A person who cures people when they are ill

Someone who flies a plane



A person who teaches us to solve problems , how to read, to write



A person who loves animals and treat them

a doctor



a teacher



a pilot



a vet



a musician



a bodyguard





a pilot



- Let’s find out what characteristics are necessary for different jobs.

There are pictures and cards with adjectives. I would like you to make up sentences as in the example. На доске картинки (a pilot, a doctor, a policeman, a teacher, a journalist , a taxi driver etc.) и карточки с прилагательными(caring, creative, responsible, kind, friendly, clever, sociable, athletic, intelligent etc.) Ученики выходят к доске строят предложения и записывают их в тетрадь.

 should be clever sociable athletic responsible



- Now you will listen to the recording. Запись :024 - Unit 3, Exercise 26.

Listen to what Mr.Hopkis and Mrs.Clifford are talking about their jobs. Guess and say what they do.

What does Mr.Hopkis do? - He is a farmer.

What does Mrs.Clifford do? - She is a librarian.

- I would like you to work in pairs. Make up the dialogue and act it out. Ученикиполучают раздаточный материал.


Dialogue I


A: Hallo! Glad to meet you. Where are you going from?

B: ________________________________________________

A: Are you good at languages?

B: ________________________________________________

A: What are you going to be a teacher or an interpreter?

B:________________________________________________

A: That sounds interesting.




B:

- Oh, yes, I am. I speak German and I can speak Spanish, a little too.

I'd like to have a job where I can use my languages.

- I'm going to be a guide. I'll take people on tours.

(tour [tuə] - тур, экскурсия)



- I'm going from the classes. I study English.

- Yes, it's a great job. I love it.



Dialogue II


A: May I ask you a few questions?

B: ____________________________________________



A: What are your hobbies?

B: ____________________________________________

A: Do you play any musical instrument?

B: ____________________________________________

A: What are you going to be?

B: ____________________________________________

A: That’s a very important and useful job.

B: ____________________________________________

A: I wish you good luck.

B: Thanks.



B:

- I am going to be a lawyer. I will help people to solve their problems.



- Yes, certainly.



- Music and reading books.

-Yes, I play the piano.



- Yes, it is a great job. I love it.





- We have a little time for a game. In this game you will meet people who do different jobs. Read what the different people need to do their jobs and click on the arrows to see if you can find the clothes and things they need!(Интерактивная игра, источник в интернете:http://learnenglishkids.britishcouncil.org/en/node/174/rearrange)

- Thank you for your work. You’ve done that quite well. Your marks are ....

Учитель подводит итоги урока и оценивает работу учеников.


Приложение 1


Nigel Naylor, he’s a tailor

He makes trousers, suits and shirts

Penny Proctor, she’s a doctor

Comes to see you when it hurts

Peter Palmer, he’s a farmer

He’s got cows and pigs and sheep

Wendy Witter, babysitter

Minds the kids when they’re asleep

People work in the country

People work in the town

People work day and night

To make the world go round

Mabel Meacher, language teacher

Teaches English, French and Greek

Gary Gummer, he’s a plumber

Call him when you’ve got a leak

Patty Prentice, she’s a dentist

Keeps your teeth both clean and white

Ronnie Ryman, he’s a fireman

Comes when there’s a fire to fight

People work in the country

People work in the town

People work day and night

To make the world go round

People work in the country

People work in the town

People work day and night

To make the world go round.




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