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Разработка урока английского языка по теме "Инсценировки из жизни студентов".

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Scenes From Students’ Life

Aims of the class:

1. Develop language skills on the topics “About Myself”, “Working Day”, “My College”.

2. Work on intonation of different types of questions.

3. Develop acting abilities and skills of group work.

Equipment: charts, cards, some objects for scenes.

Plan

1. Warming up. Setting the aims of the class.

2. Introducing a new student.

3. A talk “Our College”.

4. Scenes:

a) “A Sleepy-Head Has Come”;

b) “What’s Your Diet?”;

c) “I’ve Lost My Credit Card”;

d) “Intrusive Campers”;

e) “At an English Class”:

- ‘Yes/ No’ games;

- jumbled dialogues;

- ‘or’ dialogues;

- introducing oneself using a model text.

5. Summing up.


1. Warming up. Setting the aims of the class.

Teacher: Good morning! How are you today? How do you like today’s weather? Isn’t the day great? How many periods do you have today?

Today we are speaking about students’ life. Is it easy or difficult? Having periods, doing homework, making reports and presentations, keeping late hours, getting up early, etc. And on the other hand making new friends, going to the concerts, having parties…


2. Introducing a new student.

A new student is in your group! Let me introduce Olga.


3. A talk “Our College”.


- Hello! My name is Olga. I’ll be in your group now.

- Where did you study before?

- I went to School 4. I want to ask you about college life. Is it different from school life?

- Well, it depends on what you are interested in. We, too, in college have lessons, and marks; teachers give us homework, and there are examinations and tests.

- Well, I see. But, then, is there any difference between a school and a college?

- Why, of course. First, at college we have special subjects in our curriculum. It’s really interesting. Second, if you work regularly, attend all the lectures and seminars, and get good marks, you will be given a scholarship. If you are at the top of the group, and have excellent marks, the scholarship will be higher.

- It sounds very nice, I must say. Now, please, describe your usual day at college.

- The classes begin at 8.30.The teacher calls the register. We have several lectures and seminars every day, and work in workshops. Students also can stay at college after classes to do research.

- How are students assessed?

- We have exams and credit tests twice a year. But of course, it’s important how you work during the year.

- Well, I see. Now, what about the holidays? They are not the same as at school, are they?

- We have holidays only two times a year: two weeks in January and two and a half months in summer.


4. Scenes:


a)A Talk with a Sleepy- Head”


Some of the students are not very disciplined. They may be late for classes.


- Good morning! May I come in?

- Of course you may. But why are you late again?

- Aren’t I late? What’s the time?

- The bell went ten minutes ago.

- Sorry. I first went to the canteen, then I went to the library…

- Why are wearing your coat?

- Oh! I’m badly ill. I think I’m running a temperature.

- Really? Then you’d better see the doctor. Will you go now?

- I don’t think I will. I think I’d better leave the coat in the cloak-room.

- All right.


b) “What is Your Diet?”

If you live in a hostel, you may face some problems. One of them is getting proper meals at regular hours. It’s an open secret that students living in the hostel have the same problem. Listen to the girls discussing their diets.


- Hi! How are you?

- Dog-tired and hungry. Otherwise all right.

- Oh! What is it?

- Well, a take away!

- Again you are eating junk food. Suppose, you’ve skipped your breakfast?

- Certainly! I have less time to prepare a breakfast and eat a proper meal than you.

- Poor thing! I prefer home cooked food to fast food. I think snacks in your favourite fast-food restaurants ruin your health.

- Really? I wouldn’t say so. These restaurants save my time for work and leisure. Besides, burgers, chocolate ice-cream and coffee are so delicious!

- If I were you, I would eat more raw vegetables, fruit, rye bread, and drink green tea.

- Why?

- In order to be healthy and fit.

- Well, maybe someday I’ll follow your advice.


c)I’ve Lost My Credit Card!”

Getting a scholarship is on the positive side of students’ life. Look how the girls go to the bank. One of them is too absent-minded.


- Your credit card, please!

- I think I’ve lost my credit card, Ann.

- How stupid of you, Kate! Didn’t you put it in your pocket?

- Here’s a pen… a pencil… a postcard… an envelope… a stamp… a pin…

- Oh! Stop taking things out of your pockets. Perhaps you put it in your plastic bag.

- Here’s a newspaper… an apple… a pear… a plastic cup… a spoon, some paper plates… a pepper pot…

- Oh! Stop pulling things out of the plastic bag. These people are getting impatient.

- Well, help me, Ann. Put the things in the plastic bag.

- All right! Maybe you’ve left it in the hostel?

- I’m not sure, but I think I put it in your bag…

- Yes, here it is!

- You’ve saved the day!


d) “Intrusive Campers”

Our students are would-be teachers and do various kinds of practice. We have a great opportunity to work as counsellors for summer camps. Some of the students are quite enthusiastic and some are very reluctant to do their practice. Listen to the talk of a counselor and some campers.

- It’s a nice day, isn’t it?

- Yes, it is.

- You are on holiday, aren’t you?

- Yes, I am.

- It’s a long one, isn’t it?

- Yes, it is.

- You don’t talk very much, do you?

- No, I don’t. You ask a lot of questions, don’t you?

- Yes, I do.

e) “At an English Lesson”


Now we are at an English lesson. Let’s do some tasks to get to know each other better.

- “Yes/No” game. Mind your intonation and short answers! General questions are pronounced with the rising tone.

- Am I a teacher? - Yes, you are.

- Are you a student? - Yes, I am.

- Are you English? - No, I’m not.

- Do you speak English? - Yes, I do.

- Does your friend speak English? - Yes, she does, but only a little.

- Are you eighteen? - Yes, I am.

- Are you a first year student? - No, I’m not.

- Is your future speciality History? - No, it isn’t.

- Do you live with your parents? - Yes, I do.

- Is your family large? - No, it isn’t.

- Do you live in London? - No, I don’t.

- Is your house far from the college? - Yes, it is.


- Jumbled dialogues. Divide into two groups. Take the cards. Put them in the correct order to get sense. Read. Mind your intonation! Special questions are pronounced with the falling tone.



1. - What’s your name?

- My name’s Peter.

- How old are you?

- I am nineteen.

- When is your birthday?

- It’s on the fifth of March.

- How many brothers have you?

- Two.

- How many sisters have you?

- I haven’t any sisters at all.

2. - What’s your name?

- My name’s Olga.

- How old are you?

- I am twenty- two.

- What are you?

- I am a teacher.

- Are you married?

- Yes, I am.

- Have you any children?

- Just one.

- ‘or’- dialogues. Read the dialogues and mind your intonation! Alternative questions are divided into two groups. The first one is pronounced with the rising tone and the second one – with the falling tone.


1. – Does Peter play indoor or outdoor games?

- Outdoor games, I think.

- Does he prefer football or hockey?

- Neither. He is fond of lawn tennis and motor-cycling.

- Is it easy or difficult to be in the sports club?

- It’s not very difficult, especially if you are a good sportsman.


2. – Do you often travel?

- Yes, I like travelling.

- Do you travel for pleasure or on business?

- Both.

- Do you like to travel by air or by train?

- By air. It combines comfort and speed.



- Read and translate the model text. Introduce yourself using these sentences.


My full name is Jacky Rose. I am twenty-one. I am a fourth-year student of the French and Russian Department at Aberdeen University. I live in a university flat with five other girls. On week-ends I usually go home. My parents live on a farm in the north of Scotland. My parents aren’t old. My mother is 48. My father is 51. He is three years older than my mother. I have two sisters. My sisters’ names are Margaret and Jocelyn. I have a brother. My brother’s name is William. William is the youngest in the family. He is only sixteen. He is tall and strong. He wants to be a farmer. We are a happy family.


5. Summing up. Dear friends! You’ve been very creative and helpful. Thank you for your attention and participation. Your English is great. I wish you success in your future studies. I hope you’ve got to know each other better.



Литература

А,П. Голубев, Н.В. Балюк, И.Б. Смирнова. Английский язык. – М., Академия, 2004.

О.А. Колыхалова, К.С. Махмурян. Учитесь говорить по-английски. – М., Владос, 2000.

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