Урок-беседа на тему "У нас много общего" 6 "Б" класс 2015 г
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What the British say about their hobbies? English families are very fond of having picnics. On Sundays our whole family has lunch in forest or even in our garden. We like to sit in the open air and enjoy nature. All of us try to keep fit. Every weekend we take our dog with us and go walking in the country. Sometimes when weather is fine, we go by bike.
Say if you have a sweet tooth like the British The British have a sweet tooth. That means they like eating Sweet things like puddings and pies, jams, biscuits, cakes. For the British, any time is eat-a-sweet time: tea-break at Work, break at school, watching TV at home, on a car journey, in the cinema or theatre.
Fill in : home or house I have a big… in the centre of the park. Mr. Johnson’s … is new and nice. Kazan is my … town. Is your … light or dark? Last year I stayed in Britain too long and I missed… very much. Where is your … ? – It’s in Park Street. The naughty kid ran away from … . But soon police took him … again.
This is the Key of the Kingdom This is the key of the kingdom, In that kingdom there is a city, In that city there is a town, In that town there is a street, In that street there is a lane, In that lane there is a yard, In that yard there is a house, In that house there is a room, In that room there is a bed, In that bed there is a basket,
There is the key of the Kingdom In that basket there are some flowers. Flowers in the basket, Basket in the bed, Bed in the room, Room in the house, House in the yard, Yard in the lane, Lane in the street, Street in the city, City in the kingdom. Of that kingdom this is the key.
How would you spend your free time? About 5 % of British people watch most of the TV programmes regularly. Look through the TV schedule and: Find and read aloud: Political programmes and news Sports programmes Music programmes Soap operas 2) Which programmes are on at prime time( the best time) 3) Which programmes have more time given to them than others
BBC1 7.00 News 9.00 All over the Shop 10.30. Can’t Cook, Won’t Cook 11.20 Skiing 12.00 Regional News, Weather 12.35 Going for a Song 1.00 Sesame Street 3.30 Children’s BBC 5.35 Coronation Street (Soap) 6.00 Calendar News and Weather 6.30 World Motor Sport 7.05Panorama 8.00 Sledge Racing
About Radio in Britain Music plays a very important role in young people’s lives. Most people listen to the radio in the morning. They like to listen to music while they are getting ready to go to school or to work. Young people more often listen to the radio stations which play rock or popular music. “Virgin” radio is a radio station which plays rock music 24 hours a day. What Russian radio stations do you know of? Do you listen to them regularly?
British and American Holidays St. Valentine’sDay is on the 14 February. People send special cards to some- one they love. Usually they don’t sign their names. The person who gets the card has to guess who sent it. At Easter school close for two weeks. People give each other chocolate eggs on Easter Sunday. The eggs are usually hollow and have sweets inside. At New Year’s Day at midnight everybody joins hands and sings a special song. In Scotland and the North of England, people go to their friends’ houses after midnight. They try to be the first person to wish good luck to their friends in the new year.
British and American Holidays Women’s Day is usually in March. People visit their mothers and give them flowers and small presents. If they cannot visit their mothers they send a Mother’s Day card. On this day husbands and children help with the meals and washing up. On the 25 December children get up early in the morning. They want to see a stocking full of small presents on their beds. Other presents are around the Christmas tree. A traditional Christmas dinner is roast turkey, roast potatoes and Christmas pudding.
Manners and Friendship in U.K. and the USA When meeting someone new, Americans and Englishmen usually have certain man- ners. They: - Look them in the eye. - Smile - Say “Hello. My name is… It’s nice to meet you.” - Stand up when a grown-up enters the room. - Say “How do you do?” if it is a stranger. - They don’t like people to come too near to them. - They don’t like people to come too near to them. - They smile a lot to be polite.
The Student’s Opinions of School -It’s a place where you make friends It’s a place which helps you to find a good job in future -It’s a place where it is fun -It’s a place where you learn about people as well as subjects - It’s a place where you take exams and write tests too often
Put the following letters in the correct order. Find out some of the subjects that you have at school: h, e, g, l, s, I, n – gives you a chance to make friends in many parts of the world t, s, h, a, m -- helps you to calculate how much money you can ask your parents for; t, e, l, a, e, r, u, t, i,r –helps you to live many lives without your living home t, o, r, h, y, s, i- makes you a participant of lots of events which happened long ago; e, y, h, p, g, o, a, r, g- you can visit different countries without leaving your own city
We are different but We have a lot in common We all live on the same planet. Everybody wants to be happy and have a good life. We should live in peace without wars. Every people should do their best, respect and help each other. Then the world will be happy. The world’s a very happy place Where every child should laugh and sing And always have a smiling face. The world is such a happy place That children, whether big or small Must always have a smiling face And never, never sulk at all.
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Пояснение к презентации урока
1) Обобщение и систематизирование знаний по теме “WeHaveALotInCommon” – (Мы такие разные, но у нас много общего).
2) Отработка речевых навыков и умений.
3) Развитие умения вести диалог этикетного характера.
1) Воспитание толерантности по отношению к иным языкам и культуре.
2) Воспитание мотивов обучения и положительного отношения к полученным знаниям.
3) Воспитание понимания важности изучения английского языка как средства достижения взаимопонимания между людьми, роли изучения языков межкультурного общения в современном политкультурном мире.
1) Развитие познавательных умений и навыков.
2) Развитие мышления (аналитико-синтезирующего).
3) Развитие умения классифицировать и делать обобщающие выводы.
4) Развитие коммуникативной компетенции в совокупности ее составляющих – речевой, языковой, социо-культурной, компенсаторной, учебно-познавательной.
Урок-беседа. Совершенствование речевых навыков и умений по изученной теме.
Методы и приемы:
1) Принцип бинарности (взаимодействие учителя и учеников).
2) Диалогический метод ( в форме беседы).
1) Отработка применения знаний путем многократного повторения тех или иных умственных и практических действий.
Концептуальные дидактические возможности данного урока:
1. Надежная обратная связь с учеником и возможность оперативного управления процессом обучения.
2. Возможность индивидуального двустороннего общения ученика с учителем. Дифференцированный подход усвоения иностранного языка посредством компьютерного обучения.
Методические аспекты урока:
1. Большая информационная емкость учебного материала.
2. Интенсификация самостоятельной работы каждого ученика.
3. Овладение различными языковыми моделями и структурами.
4. Повышение познавательной активности, а также усиление мотивации учения.
Do We Like Doing The Same Things?
Teacher: Hello, everybody! Today we speak about you, young people. You are so different but you have a lot in common. Let’s have a talk about this! You will see that it is true.
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Do We Have The Same Hobbies?
Teacher: Say, what hobbies are popular in your family?
Students: (various sentences with words: collecting coins, collecting stamps, dancing, taking pictures, reading, listening to music, travelling, doing sport, computer games, collecting cartoons, making models of planes and ships)
What the British Say about Their Hobbies?
Teacher: Everybody knows all people have their own hobbies. What we know about the hobbies in Britain? Let’s listen to our guests from Britain.
Student 1: English families are very fond of having picnics. On Sundays our whole family has lunch in forest or even in our garden. We like to sit in the open air and enjoy nature.
Student 2: All of us try to keep fit. Every weekend we take our dog with us and go walking in the country. Sometimes when the weather is fine, we go by bike.
What Is A Family?
Teacher: There is a fine poem about a family.
What is a family?
Who is a family?
One and another makes two is a family.
Students: Baby and father makes two is a family.
Parents and sister and brother: a family
All kinds of people can make up a family
All kinds of mixtures can make up a family
What is a family?
Who is a family?
The children that lived in a shoe is a family
A pair like Kanga and Roo is a family
A calf and a cow that go moo is a family
All kinds of creatures can make up a family
All kinds of numbers can make up a family
All of your family plus you is a family
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What Is Your Opinion?
Teacher: Try to explain what kind of family is yours one?
Example: Members of our family always help each other. We are a friendly family.
Student 1: A loving family…
Student 2: A caring family…
Student 3: A hospitable family…
Student 4: A traditional family…
Student 5: A conservative family…
Fill the Missing Words
There are five of us in my family. We all have different… . My dad… fishing. My mother prefers to… and watch TV. She can watch silly… the whole day. My elder sister tries to… . She likes dancing and… . My little brother has a sweet tooth. He enjoys… . My grandpa makes… . He also has a big collection of… . My best friend and me… at discos. So you see, tastes differ.
(soap operas, hobbies, be responsible for, like dancing, stay at home, is fond of, free time, eating cakes and sweets, sport programs, keep fit, swimming, have fun, stamps and coins, horse riding, dive, models of ship)
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Teacher: What family goals have you got?
Student 1: We want to be a loving family because…
Student 2: We want to be morally clean because…
Student 3: We want to be kind because…
Student 4: We want to be alert at school and work because…
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Say If You Have a Sweet Tooth Like The British
Student 1: The British have a sweet tooth. That means they like eating sweet things like puddings and pies, jams, biscuits, cakes and rolls. For the British, any time eat-a-sweet time: tea-break at work, break at school, watching TV at home, on a car journey, in the cinema or theatre. During holidays like Christmas and Easter, and on special days like Mother’s Day and Valentine’s Day they eat even more sweet things.
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Make a List of Your Responsibilities at Home
Teacher: What do you like to do at home? What do you not like to do at home?
( use the words combinations: set the table, sweep the floor, wash up, go shopping, make my bed, walk my dog, take out rubbish, water flowers and so on)
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Teacher: What is your opinion? What is the difference between “House” and “Home”?
Student1: House –is a building that is made for people to live in.
Student 2: Home – is the place where you live or where you feel that you belong.
Fill In: Home or House
1) I have a big… in the centre of the park.
2) Mr. Johnson’s… is new and nice.
3) Kazan is my … town.
4) Is your … light or dark?
5) Last year I stayed in Britain too long and I missed… very much.
6) Where is your …? –It’s in Park Street.
7) The naughty kid ran away from … . But soon the police took him … again.
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This Is The Key Of The Kingdom
Teacher: Will you continue my words?
This is the key of the kingdom,
Student 1: In that kingdom there is a city,
In that city there is a town,
In that town there is a street,
In that street there is a lane,
In that lane there is a yard,
In that yard there is a house,
In that house there is a room,
In that room there is a bed,
In that bed there is a basket,
In that basket there are some flowers.
Flowers in the basket,
Basket in the bed,
Bed in the room,
Room in the house,
House in the yard,
Yard in the lane,
Lane in the street,
Street in the city,
City in the kingdom,
Of that kingdom this is the key.
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How Would You Spend Your Free Time?
Teacher: About 5 % of British people watch more of the TV programmes regularly. Look through the TV schedule. Find and read aloud:
1) Political programs and News
2) Sport programs
3) Music Programs
4) Soap operas
Teacher: Will you answer my questions:
1) Which programs are on at prime time( the best time)?
2) Which programs have more time given to them than others?
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- 7.00 News
- 9.00 All over the Soap
- 10.30 Can’t Cook, Won’t Cook
- 11.20 Skiing
- 12.00 Regional News, Weather
- 12.35 Going for a song
- 1.00 Sesame Street
- 3.30 Children’s BBC
- 5.35 Coronation Street (Soap)
- 6.00 Calendar News and Weather
- 6.30 World motor Sport
- 7.05 Panorama
- 8.00 Sledge Racing
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About Radio in Britain
Teacher: Music plays a very important role in young people’s life. Most people listen to the radio in the morning. They like to listen to music while they are getting ready to go to school or to work. Young people more often listen to the radio stations which play rock or popular music. “Virgin” radio is a radio station which plays rock music 24 hours a day.
What Russian radio stations do you know of? Do you listen to them regularly?
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Radio Stations in Russia
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The Most Popular Programs in Russia
Teacher: What are the most popular programs in your family?
Which TV programs do you watch most often?
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Do You Like Holidays?
Teacher: Say what do you usually do for your relatives and friends?
Use the following words and expressions:
(make presents for my relatives, make telephone calls, have a picnic with my friends, visit my friends, buy presents for my friends and relatives, sen
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