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Vocabulary Library [`laibrəri] – библиотека Libraries [`laibrəriz] – библиотеки Librarian [lai`breəriən] – библиотекарь Due date – срок возврата книги Valid – действительный Date issued – дата выдачи Charge – взимать плату Loan – взять на время To borrow books – брать книги To return books – возвращать книги A fine - штраф
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План-конспект урока «Библиотеки: вчера, сегодня, завтра» по учебнику “Happy English.ru” K. Kaufman, M. Kaufman 8 класс
Цель урока: развитие целостного восприятия мировой истории и культуры на примере выявлении тенденции развитии библиотек
дать понятие об основных тенденциях развития, сохранения и передачи знаний
развитие интересов к культуре, чтению, приобретение дополнительных знаний из данной области, совершенствование навыков говорения на английском языке по заданной теме
продолжить формирования умения работать с историческими и языковыми источниками
продолжить формирование умения грамотно, четко, аргументировано доказывать свою точку зрения
практиковать учащихся в аудировании и чтении текстов на английском языке с целью извлечения основной информации
тренировать монологические высказывания на английском языке по прочитанному и услышанному. Развитие умений спонтанной речи
продолжить работу над развитием внимания, мышления, различных видов памяти, развитием языковой догадки
продолжить формирование умения слушать и слышать друг друга
формирование толерантного отношения к другим культурам
формирование уважения к чужому мнению
формирование положительного отношения к книге, чтению, библиотеки
Libraries: yesterday, today, tomorrow
Good morning, dear friends. Glad to see you. The subject of our lessons is libraries: yesterday, today, tomorrow. At first we’ll get acquainted with the history of great libraries, then we’ll try to imagine the future and certainly we’ll hope to listen to some conversation in our school library.
Besides we’ll learn library rules in British school and we’ll compare them with ours. You have got maps of the lesson. You will write all your answers during this lesson here. To tell the truth I didn’t really like libraries in my childhood. I was found of reading and I was afraid of librarians. Excuse me, Librarian. It seemed to me that they are the happiest people in the world, because they could read day and night. I thought that librarians were very greedy, because they didn’t want to present me books forever. So, I understand that I wasn’t right.
Now boys will tell us few words about libraries.
Pupil1 and Pupil2 we listen to you.
Libraries are very important in the life of all people. We cannot buy all the books we want to read. That’s why we take out books from libraries.
In Moscow we, have the State Library, where we can find millions of books which were written in many countries. Another very big Moscow library is the Foreign Literature Library where we can find books which were written by the greatest writers and poets of all countries and times.
The British Museum in London has a very big library. Many famous scientists, writers and politics worked there.
There are libraries in every town and village in our country. We must understand what riches we can find in them; we must learn what the great men and women of literature science and out teach us in their books.
In ancient times people said that libraries were pharmacy for the soul. I think we can agree with them. When I was sixteen years old, I fell in love and It seemed to me that nobody could understand me and when I came to the library and worked in short loan collection. I felt myself among friends. I read a lot, It was like a fairy tail. My favorite book was “Cathedral” written by Oleg Gonchar. By the way I recommend you it!
Listen and repeat:
Library – libraries – librarian
To borrow books
To return books
Translate my sentences please.
I often go to the library.
He never borrows books from the library.
I like to work in Short Loan Collection.
Tom must return these books.
Pupils should observe due dates.
She dreamed to become a librarian.
How many words you can make with book – case, mark, seller, shop, stall, worm, let.
Take the appropriate word for each definition.
A narrow piece of card that you put between the pages of a book so that you can find the same place again easily (bookmark)
A person who likes reading books very mush (bookworm)
A piece of furniture with shelves to keep book on (bookcase)
A person whose job is selling books (bookseller)
A shop that sells books (bookshop)
A type of small shop, which is open at the front, selling newspaper, magazine and books (bookstall)
A small thin book, usually with a soft cover (booklet)
Another way to build words.
How to build words:
We use suffix –ity to make a noun form from an adjective:
Necessary – necessity
Active – activity
Possible – possibility
Regular – regularity
National – nationality
Responsible – responsibility
Let’s form the nouns from the adjectives in brackets and complete the sentences:
Is there any … that we can help her?
She has got the Nobel Prize for her …
There was no … in his actions.
People of different ... live in Russia.
It was his … to walk the dog.
Words: possible, active, regular, national, responsible
I see that you are ready to speak about books and libraries.
Tell me what you read and I’ll tell you what you are.
Answer my questions, please. You’ve got few minutes, we’ll listen to Luba (with a poem about books).
My favorite book is The Chronicles of Narnia. It was written by Clive Staples Lewis. I like it because… I recommend you to read it!
I love to read books,
It's my cup of tea.
Books are full of ideas,
Don't you agree?
Books can teach and excite,
Books can comfort and thrill,
Books can show you the world,
And will make you feel.
Funny books make me laugh,
Romances make me cry,
Adventure books make me happy,
I don't know why.
Thrillers bore me to death,
Fantasy is good fun. And
I don't read science fiction,
I've never done.
All those robots and fights,
And alien ships,
Make me cry at night,
Make me walk in my sleep.
Books will not let you down,
Books will never mislead,
When you make a new friend,
Ask him "What do you read?"
Alexandria Library was found in Egypt in the IInd century BC. There were more than 700000 scrolls. It was burned in the Ist century BC.
Dialogue. Librarian and Pupil3. Our librarian can help you in any case in our school library.
Good morning! How can I help you?
Good morning! I want to borrow a book.
Ok, but just a minute, please. I’ll check your card. Here it’s. All right! You are a very good reader!
I want to borrow a book.
What’s the title of the book.
Unfortunately I remember neither the title nor the author.
What kind of book was it?
What do you mean?
Was it a romance or a detective story?
I don’t remember, but it’s cover was blue.
Was it thick or thin?
I don’t know.
You are a very smart boy, try to remember.
Now, I remember, there’s a big white ship on a cover.
Maybe it’s Lermontov’s poems?
Show me it, please.
Here you are.
That’s great. Thank you very much.
I was glad to help. But be careful! You have to return the book in a month.
I will. Thanks again. Good bye!
Pupil4. The biggest libraries of the world.
Let’s have a rest and listen to funny dialogue. In a Short Loan Collection. It’s a joke and I hope it’s unread story.
I’m working as a security guard in a library. Some people can’t understand library rules without me. Books like money must be returned in time. Stop! Where’re you going?
To the Short Loan Collection.
Where are your glasses? And the removable shoes?
I do not need them. Have you got Gogol’s book?
It must be silence in the library! Stop talking!
I want to borrow a book.
Did you return fairy tales? I can delete all bookmarks! And you’ll read from the very beginning!
Stop! Don’t do it!
If you can answer my questions I’ll let you come in!
No, I can’t! You are so clever! I think you have read 1-2 thousand books!
No you are not right! I have read only 3….
Really? 3 thousand books?
Oh, no! There were only 3 books.
What are they?
Alphabet, the second and a green book.
Ask me questions please.
What book is it? Grand’s daughter, Grand’s son, Grand’s daughter and Grand’s son.
The Children of Captain Grant.
Ok! The next! Tanker, tanker and ,attention, tanker!
Hmmm…You are right! And what book is it? Negro Negro Negro Negro….
I know it!
Stop talking! Keep quite! Negro Negro Negro Negro Negro Negro!
And the most difficult! Alibaba and …
Alibaba and 40 Robbers!
OK! Come in! But … KEEP QUITE IN THE LIBRARY!
Pupil5 will say us about the libraries of the United States of America.
The John Rylands Library. It was built during the 1890s in memory of a Mounchester cotton merchant John Rylands. Now Manchester is placed on the map as house of one of the finest libraries in the country.
Ten years were taken to build the library. It was opened to the public on the first of January 1900 (nineteen hundred).
It remained an independent library until 1972 when it was joined together with Manchester University library.
Rare books and manuscript collections are housed in this third largest academic library in the UK.
The library was one of the first public buildings in Manchester that was also equipped with air-conditioning to reduce pollution.
Sixty learned men are depicted in the stained glass window to represent different branches of knowledge.
Each figure was chosen carefully by Mrs. Rylands, to inspire the work of scientists in the library. Mr. and Mrs. Rylands in white marble statues can also be viewed by visitors at the opposite ends of the Reading Room.
Russian state Library
Russian’s State Library is in Moscow.
It is the largest Library is in Europe and the second largest library in the world. It is also Moscow’s first public Library.
The library was founded in 1862 and was called the Rumyantsev library. Originally there were books from Count Nicolay P Rumyantsev’s book and manuscript collection in the library. These books were presented by his children. The library grew quickly and thousands of books were given to the library by private collectors. In 1924 the library was renamed after Lenin and became the Country’s National Library. At the time the main building of the library was built. It took about twenty years to finish it. In 1992 the library was renamed again and became the Russian State National Library.
Nowadays there are thousands of ancient manuscript and unique documents in the library which are read by thousands of people every day.
Welcome to the library.
Open your textbook p.116 ex.3.
Read the text. Who wants to make questions?
Make questions. Ex.4. p. 117 (2 pupils)
Listen and correct ex 6 p 117
Let’s check your work
Ex 8 p 118 ( read library rules)
What tense is it? Present Simple
Look at the black board now we can change these sentences into Past Simple.
Ex 10 p 119 read two models Future Simple.
Ex 11 p 119( future ) Let’s practice!
Look at your map of the lesson and think what will you be able to do? What won’t you to be able to do in our scholl library.
You can see that St David’s School library rules are more strick than they are in our school.
Since books are friends,
They need much care.
When you’re reading them
Be good to then and fair!
Use bookmarks, children,
To hold you place,
And don’t turn a book
Upon its clear face.
Remember, children then:
Books are meant to read,
Not cut or colour them –
No, really never indeed.
Your homework ex A p 120
You worked very well, well done
It was pleasure to work with you.
You’re easy to deal with.
I hope you’ve known a lot of interesting things. You’ll visit our library. You’ll use your friends advice about books, and you’ll follow library rules!
The map of the lesson.
Take the appropriate word for each definition.
case •a narrow piece of card that you put between the pages
mark •a person who likes reading books very much
seller •a piece of furniture with shelves to keep books on
BOOK shop •a person whose job is selling books
stall •a shop that sells books
worm •a type of small shop, which is open at the front, selling newspaper, magazines
let •a small thin book, usually with a soft cover
to consume – a)уничтожать
to treat – a)лечить
To charge a fine: • to take money from somebody who has done something wrong
• to do something nice
• to borrow some money
Short Loan Collection: • a)коллекция краткосрочного пользования
• b)коллекция маленького займа
• с) читальный зал
Due date – срок возврата книги
Valid – действительный
Date issued – дата выдачи
Charge – взимать плату
Loan - заем
Listen and correct
Monday – Friday
8 a.m. – 8 p.m.
8 a.m. – 6 p.m.
10 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Photocopiers and computers are turned off 10 minutes before closing time
Will you be able to do these things if you come to our School library?
I will be able to +
I won’t be able to -
listen to music
talk to friends on the phone
borrow books from the Short Loan Collection
have a snack
drink some tea or coffee
lend your library card to somebody else
speak to people rudely
ignore the fines
use the photocopiers
recall books from other readers
come to the library without a library card
Listen and complete
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