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Обращаем Ваше внимание: Министерство образования и науки рекомендует в 2017/2018 учебном году включать в программы воспитания и социализации образовательные события, приуроченные к году экологии (2017 год объявлен годом экологии и особо охраняемых природных территорий в Российской Федерации).

Учителям 1-11 классов и воспитателям дошкольных ОУ вместе с ребятами рекомендуем принять участие в международном конкурсе «Законы экологии», приуроченном к году экологии. Участники конкурса проверят свои знания правил поведения на природе, узнают интересные факты о животных и растениях, занесённых в Красную книгу России. Все ученики будут награждены красочными наградными материалами, а учителя получат бесплатные свидетельства о подготовке участников и призёров международного конкурса.

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Конкурс "Законы экологии"

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LESSON PLAN

Language Department

The date:


The grade:

9 «А»

The teacher of the lesson:

Sattarbek Asel

The theme of the lesson:

How we won the German?

Objects:

Students will:

research daily life for women in either Britain, the United States, or Germany;

write a fictional account of daily life based on their research; and

compare cultural attitudes during this time period among these three countries

Visual aids:

 Paper and pencils

Computer with Internet access

World War II video and VCR

The type of the lesson:

New lesson

Methods of the lesson:

  1. New approaches to teaching and learning

  2. Learning to think critically

  3. Assessment for and of learning

  4. Using ICT in teaching

  5. Teaching talented and gifted children

  6. Responding to age-related differences in teaching and learning

  7. Management and leadership of learning

Introduction:

Today we have an unusual arrangement because we will remember and speak about one of the greatest war on our planet it is the Second World war. We will introduce with your opinions about the World war Second and your attitude towards this war. Look at the blackboard, you see the expressions.

All people should live in peace and harmony  Our present and future cannot be without the past

Key words:

Blitz
DefinitionThe bombing of Britain by the Nazis that began in September 1940 and continued through May 1941
ContextThe bombings that took place during the Blitz affected daily life and caused much ruin throughout the country.

daily life
DefinitionThe day-to-day functioning of people, including what they do, what they eat, and how they spend their spare time
ContextFor women in the United States and Great Britain, daily life during World War II changed; many had to go to work because so many men were gone.

cultural values
DefinitionThe attitudes of a society that permeate many aspects of that society, including how men, women, and children are treated, how the society is portrayed in the media, and how the society makes political and economic decisions
ContextDuring World War II, the fact that women in Germany were expected to stay home and raise the next generation of perfect Germans says a great deal about Germany's cultural values at this time.

Great Depression
DefinitionA period of worldwide economic downturn that began in 1929 and extended into the early 1930s, characterized by unemployment, poverty, hunger, and despair
ContextMany historians think that the hardship brought on by the Great Depression contributed to the onset of World War II.

rationing
DefinitionA policy of limiting the amount of food or supplies available to people, usually instituted during lean times when there is not enough to go around
ContextRationing of many foods, including sugar, coffee, and chocolate, during World War II was a way to spread out the meager supplies among more people.

World War II
DefinitionA war that was fought from 1939 to 1945 between the Allies (Great Britain, United States, Soviet Union, and many other countries) and the Axis (Germany, Italy, Japan, and other countries); the Allies wanted to stop the Germans from overtaking Europe and Japan from taking over the islands in the Pacific.
ContextThe defeat of the Axis powers at the end of the World War II meant that the world had become a much safer, democratic place.

Critical thinking:

T: The war consists of pain and fear, tears and death. Although it has another face – the face of courage and bravery, honour and andurance. And today we have gathered together to recollect our memories  about British and Russian struggle in the Second World War (WWII). But why I have chosen this period of time? Why these six years?

S: Because we are celebrating the sixty-fifth anniversary of Victory in that terrible war.

T:  The Second World War was the largest military conflict in history. The rise of Hitler and Nazi Germany in the late 1930s brought unimaginable suffering to millions of people. And now let’s discuss how it began.

Practice:

  1. Ask students what they know about World War II. Did their grandfathers fight in the war? What did their grandmothers do during World War II?
     

  2. Tell students that they are going to find out about the role of women during World War II. They have the option of researching daily life of women in either Germany, Britain, or the United States. Tell students that they may work alone or in pairs to do their research. Make sure that about a third of the class focuses on women from each country.
     

  3. Give students time in class to complete their research. These Web sites are a good starting point for beginning their work.

  4. After students have completed their research, tell them to write a fictional story about a woman living in one of these countries during World War II. Students should base their story on the research they just completed. To help students get started, suggest that they answer the following questions in their stories:

 

  • What did women do during World War II?

  • Did most women work? If so, why?

  • Did women and men at home have to make any sacrifices during the War? What about children and older people? If so, what were they?

  • Do you think life was hard or easy for those at home during the war? Give evidence to support your ideas.

 

  1. Give students time in class to work on their stories. During the next class, ask for volunteers to share their stories with the class. Try to include at least one example from each country.
     

  2. Conclude the lesson by discussing the similarities and differences of daily life for those at home during World War II. In which country or countries did women work? In which country or countries did women stay at home? What does women's role in society during the war say about each country's overall values?

Recourses:


http://www.historylearningsite.co.uk/Women_Nazi_Germany.htm 
http://www.stg.brown.edu/projects/WWII_Women/Everybody'sWar.html 
http://lcweb.loc.gov/exhibits/wcf/wcf0001.html 
http://www.fortunecity.co.uk/meltingpot/oxford/330/mwindex.html 

Checking for understanding:

We have listened to the opinions of these groups. What can you advice to your children when you will become adults? Ученики высказывают свои пожелания.

To be a patriot of our country, to love our Motherland o be proud of our country to serve in the army, don`t forget the heroes of the Second World war.

Evaluation:

Use the following three-point rubric to evaluate students' work during this lesson.

  • Three points: Students participated actively in class discussions; researched the topic thoroughly and completely; wrote a highly creative and informative piece about daily life during World War II.

  • Two points: Students participated in class discussions; researched the topic; wrote a competent piece about daily life during World War II.

  • One point: Students participated little in class discussions; did not complete their research; did not complete their piece about daily life during World War II.

Home assessment:

Review



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Students will:

research daily life for women in either Britain, the United States, or Germany;

write a fictional account of daily life based on their research; and

compare cultural attitudes during this time period among these three countries

Today we have an unusual arrangement because we will remember and speak about one of the greatest war on our planet it is the Second World war. We will introduce with your opinions about the World war Second and your attitude towards this war. Look at the blackboard, you see the expressions. All people should live in peace and harmony Our present and future cannot be without the past

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