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The Past Simple Tense. History of Hairstyle.-открытый урок

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Educational aims:

  1. to get a new information about the history of hairdressing and the hairstyle

  2. to learn the new words and phrases concerning hairdressing and hairstyle.

  3. to learn making affirmative, interrogative and negative sentences.

  4. to develop listening, reading and speaking skills.


Bringing-up aims: To teach students to express their opinions in English using the Past Simple, to teach using the correct culture of speech with their clients.


Developing aims: to develop computer skills to teach them in using the interactive white-board, working with the cards,describing pictures.


Training technology: D.Karaev :«three –dimensional methodical system of training»


Equipment: a computer, an interactive white-board, cards, pictures.


Interaction: Russian, Kazakh, Literature, Computer Studies,Technology.


The type of the lesson: combined-lesson



























The Plan of the Lesson.

I.Organisation moment.

a) Greeting

Good afternoon, students! I’m glad to see you! Thank you! You may sit down.

b) Watching the Video «Weather»

Please,students, answer my questions!

What’s the weather like today? – It’s cold and it’s windy.

Is it snowing? - Yes, it is./No, it isn’t.

What season is it now? - It\s autumn now.

What month is it now? - It\s November now.

What is the day today? - Today is Wednesday.

And what is the date today? - Today is the 26-th of November.

And what time is it now? - It\s ten to three.

And what was the weather like yesterday? – It was cold and it was rainy.

Please, name the three forms of the verb”to be”: be-was, were -been

II. Warm-up.

a) phonetic drill:

Be-was, were-been

Go-went-gone

Cost-cost-cost

Drink-drank-drunk

Eat-ate-eaten

Live-lived-lived

b) describing pictures and answer the questions:

What is it? –It’s a mirror.

What are they? -They are scissors.

Who is this? - He/she is a hairdresser, etc.

hand mirror- ручное зеркало

(Hair)brush- щетка для волос

To cut- подстригать

Comb- расческа

Haircut-стрижка

Hair-do-прическа

Towel-полотенце

Curler-бигуди

III.Checking-up the hometask.

Put the verbs in the Past and translate into Russian/Kazakh languages:

  1. She didn’t … German at the university. (study)

  2. My parents … Astana last year. (visit)

  3. Yesterday I … my hair with curlers myself. (curl)

  4. Hairdresser … me a beautifull hair-do. (make)

  5. Her daughter … her hair herself. (wash)

  6. I didn’t … at the hairdresser’s five years ago. (work)

  7. These scissors … not very sharp. (be)

IV. Presentation. Open your exercise books, write down the date and the theme, please!

November, 26. The History of Hairstyle

  1. Vocabulary:

Wash: ʃ] помывка головы

Shampoo [ ʃǣmpu:] шампунь

Sink [siŋk] раковина

Rinse [rinz] ополаскивание

Cape [keip] парикмахерская накидка

Blow-dry [bləu,drai] укладывать волосы феном

Perm [pə:m] перманент (завивка)

Style [stail] укладывать

Highlights [hailaits] мелирование

Roller/curler [rɔ:lə],[kə:lə] бигуди

Styling brush [stailiŋ,brɅʃ] щетка для укладки

hairdryer [heə,draiə] фен

b) work on the text «History of Hairstyle»

Ancient World. In early and primitive societies the simplest hairstyle, worn by the common people, was long or cropped hair usually held in a fillet or band. Aristocrats developed distinctive and more complex styles.

Sumerian noblewoman, for example, dressed their hair in a heavy, netted chignon, rolls, and plaits around the head or letting it fall thickly over the shoulders.

Egypt. Noblemen and women clipped their hair close; later, for coolness and cleanliness in the hot climate, they shaved their heads with bronze razors.

Greece. In classical Greece men wore short hair and often beards.Later they shaved them.Women’s long hair was drawn back loosely or bound into a chignon, later a melon shape.In Japan, traditionally, men usually shaved the front and the top of the head,leaving a little stiff pigtail at the back of the crown. Women’s hair in the medieval period sreamed down their backs.

V. Practice.

a)reading.

b)finding verbs in the past, give their forms and their Russian/Kazakh equivalents :

be-was,were-been

hold-held-held

clip-clipped-clipped

develop-developed-developed

dress-dressed-dressed

shave-shaved-shaved

wear-wore-worn

draw-drew-drawn

bind-bound-bound

stream-streamed-streamed

V. Level Tasks.

Variant I.

a) Give the forms of the verbs:

go-

come-

watch-

cut-

draw-

enjoy-

b) Put the verbs into the Past:

1. These scissors …not very sharp. (to be)

2. My sister did not … German at the university. (study)

c) Give interrogatives and negatives:

1. I didn’t … at the hairdresser’s five years ago. (work)

2. Does she … tasty cakes the last Sunday.(cook)

Variant II.

a) Give the forms of the verbs:

bring-

see-

wear-

listen-

like-

have-

b) Put the verbs into the Past:

1. Noblewomen … their hair close. (clip)

2. In Greece men … short hair. (wear)

c) Give interrogatives and negatives:

1. Men and women...simple Greek styles. (follow)

2. Men … the front hair. (shave)

Variant III.

a) Give the forms of the verbs:

buy-

teach-

hold-

look-

shout-

cry-

b) Put the verbs into the Past:

1. Hairdresser … me a beautifull hair-do. (make)

2. Her daughter … her hair herself. (wash)

c) Give interrogatives and negatives:

1.Africans … complex hairstyles indicative of status. (develop)

2.Mixtec women … their hair into a bun.(draw)

VI. Acting the dialogue: «At the hairdresser's»

Client: Good afternoon!

Hairstylist: Good afternoon! Do you want to have your haircut?

Client: No, I don’t. I’d like to change my hair style.

Hairstylist: Ok. Let me see. Do you want your hair washed first?

Client: Of course. I’d like a shampoo.

Hairstylist: Please, sit here. Should I curl your hair with curlers?

Client: Yes, and at the back, too.

Hairstylist: All right.

Client: And make a part on the right side, please.

Hairstylist: Ok. Should I style with a hair-dryer?

Client: Oh, no. Just comb it. And no hairspray, please. Thank you very much!

Hairstylist: Welcome! Good-bye!

Client: Good-bye!


  1. Giving the hometask.

a) to learn the new words by heart

b)retell the text

c)make own sentences in the Past Simple Tense

  1. Giving marks for the lesson.

IX.The end of the lesson.

Thanks a lot for you active participation. The lesson is over. You may be free!



Краткое описание документа:

The Past Simple Tense. History of Hairstyle.

Educational aims: 

a)     to get a new information about the history of  hairdressing and  the hairstyle

b)    to learn  the new words and phrases concerning hairdressing and hairstyle.

c)     to learn making affirmative, interrogative and negative sentences.

d)    to develop listening, reading and speaking skills.

 

Bringing-up aims:  To teach students to express their opinions in English using the Past Simple, to teach using the correct culture of speech with their clients.

 

Developing aims:    to develop computer skills to teach them in using the interactive white-board, working with the cards,describing  pictures.

 

Training technology:  D.Karaev :«three –dimensional methodical system of training»

 

Equipment:  a computer, an interactive white-board, cards, pictures.

 

Interaction:  Russian, Kazakh,  Literature, Computer Studies,Technology.

 

The type of the lesson: combined-lesson

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Plan of the Lesson.

I.Organisation  moment.

 a) Greeting

Good afternoon,  students! I’m glad to see you! Thank you! You may sit down.

b) Watching the Video «Weather»

Please,students, answer my questions!

What’s the weather  like today? –      It’s cold  and  it’s windy.

Is it  snowing?       -                        Yes, it  is./No, it isn’t.

What season is it now?             -         It\s autumn now.

What month is it now?               -       It\s  November now. 

What is the day today?               -      Today is Wednesday.

And what is the date today?       -      Today is the 26-th of November.

And what time is it now?           -       It\s ten to three.

And what was the weather like yesterday? – It was cold and it was rainy.

Please, name the three forms of the verb”to be”:  be-was, were -been

II.   Warm-up.

a) phonetic drill:

Be-was, were-been

Go-went-gone

Cost-cost-cost

Drink-drank-drunk

Eat-ate-eaten

Live-lived-lived

b) describing pictures and answer the questions:

What is it? –It’s a mirror.

What are they?  -They are scissors.

Who is this?  - He/she is a hairdresser, etc.

 handmirror- ручное зеркало

(Hair)brush- щетка для волос

Tocut- подстригать

Comb- расческа

Haircut-стрижка

Hair-do-прическа

Towel-полотенце

Curler-бигуди

III.Checking-up the hometask.

 Put the verbs in the Past and translate into Russian/Kazakh languages:

1.     She didn’t  …  German at the university. (study)

2.     My parents  …   Astana last year. (visit)

3.     Yesterday I …   my hair with curlers myself.  (curl)

4.     Hairdresser …  me a beautifull  hair-do.  (make)

5.     Her daughter …  her hair  herself.   (wash)

6.     I didn’t   …  at the hairdresser’s  five years ago.   (work)

7.     These scissors  …  not very sharp. (be)

IV. Presentation. Open your exercise books, write down the date and the theme, please!

November, 26. The History of Hairstyle

a)     Vocabulary:

Wash  [ɔ: ʃ]     помывкаголовы

Shampoo [ ʃǣmpu:]     шампунь

Sink [siŋk]    раковина

Rinse [rinz]   ополаскивание

Cape [keip]   парикмахерская накидка

Blow-dry [bləu,drai] укладывать волосы феном

Perm [pə:m]   перманент (завивка)

Style [stail]  укладывать

Highlights [hailaits]  мелирование

Roller/curler [rɔ:lə],[kə:lə] бигуди

Styling brush [stailiŋ,brɅʃ]  щеткадляукладки

hairdryer [heə,draiə] фен

     b) work on the text  «History of Hairstyle»

Ancient World.In early and primitive societies the simplest hairstyle, worn by the common people, was long or cropped hair usually held in a fillet or band. Aristocrats developed distinctive and more complex styles.

Sumerian noblewoman, for example, dressed their hair in a heavy, netted chignon, rolls, and plaits around the head or letting it fall thickly over the shoulders.

Egypt. Noblemen and women clipped their hair close; later, for coolness and cleanliness in the hot climate, they shaved their heads with bronze razors.

Greece. In classical Greece men wore short hair and often beards.Later they shaved them.Women’s long hair was drawn back loosely or bound into a chignon, later a melon shape.In Japan, traditionally, men usually shaved the front and the top of the head,leaving a little stiff pigtail at the back of the crown. Women’s hair in the medieval period sreamed down their backs.

   V. Practice. 

       a)reading.

b)finding verbs in the past, give their forms and their Russian/Kazakh equivalents :

be-was,were-been

hold-held-held

clip-clipped-clipped

develop-developed-developed

dress-dressed-dressed

shave-shaved-shaved

wear-wore-worn

draw-drew-drawn

bind-bound-bound

stream-streamed-streamed

V. Level Tasks.

   Variant I.   

     a) Give the  forms of the verbs:

go-

come-

watch-

cut-

draw-

enjoy-   

        b)  Put the verbs into the Past:

1. These scissors …not very sharp. (to be)

2. My sister did not … German at the university. (study)

         c) Give interrogatives and negatives:

1. I didn’t … at the hairdresser’s  five years ago. (work)

2. Does she  …  tasty cakes  the last Sunday.(cook)

 Variant II.

  a) Give the  forms of the verbs:

bring-

see-

wear-

listen-

like-

have-        

        b)  Put the verbs into the Past:

1. Noblewomen  … their hair close. (clip)

2. In Greece men … short  hair. (wear)

         c) Give interrogatives and negatives:

1. Men and women...simple Greek styles. (follow)

2. Men  … the front hair. (shave)

   Variant III.   

    a) Give the  forms of the verbs:

 buy-

teach-

hold-

look-

shout-

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