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Урок на тему "Look at teenager’s problems"


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Тема: Look at teenager’s problems.

Задачи:

Учебный аспект:1.Развивать навыки и умения устной речи: монологической – через выполнение различных упражнений и составления резюме по итогам интервью; диалогической – через составление диалога-интервью.

Развивающий аспект: Развивать фонематический слух, способность к переключению внимания в разных видах речевой деятельности, к планированию своего высказывания, к выбору выражений, адекватных ситуации, к осуществлению репродуктивных и продуктивных речевых действий, развитие памяти и способности к анализу.

Коммуникативный аспект: Учить учащихся выражать свое личное отношение к проблеме, аргументировать свое высказывание, определять и формулировать собственные пути решения проблемы.

Воспитательный аспект: Формирование потребности осознавать и анализировать трудные ситуации, самому находить выход из них, воспитание толерантного отношения к проблемам других людей и желания помочь им.

Лексические единицы: A problem, an argument, a behavior, a trouble, a punishment, comfortable, angry, upset, depressed, happy, surprised, feel, look, allow, agree, do smb’s best.

Оформление доски: английские и русские афоризмы (русские афоризмы перепутаны):

The good we have today Никогда не бойся повернуть

Becomes the happiness tomorrow. Назад с неверного пути.


There is no ill luck in turning back, Если не видишь в жизни светлой стороны,

If you are on the wrong road. Протри темную и взгляни на нее.


It is always easier to settle Добро, сделанное сегодня,

Differences by shaking Завтра обернется счастьем.

Hands, not fists.


If you can’t see the bright side Разногласия лучше улаживать рукопожатием,

Polish up the dark one and Чем рукоприкладством.

Look at it.


Ход урока

1. Организационный момент:

а) Good afternoon. How are you? Are you in a good mood today? Are you ready to speak English?

b) We’ll speak about teen’s problems today. But we’ll repeat our vocabulary at first.

2. a) Listen, repeat the words.

A problem depressed

An argument happy

A behaviour surprised

A punishment feel

Comfortable look

Angry allow

Upset agree

b) Play snowball using these words (Один учащийся называет слово, другой повторяет его и добавляет свое и т.д.).

c) Give associations:

a trouble

happy


d) Match the words with the same meaning.

A trouble express disagreement

Comfortable lucky

Happy a problem

Argue astonished

Surprised well

e) Make up the sentences:


I




am

feel

look

angry

don’t have any friends

happy

get good marks

upset

argue with my Mum

depressed

am out of luck

unlucky

don’t go to the disco

glad

don’t watch TV late

lonely

don’t have a pet

uncomfortable


f) Agree or disagree. Say why.

I’m allowed to watch TV late.

I’m not allowed to do sports.

I’m allowed to invite my friend’s home.

3. Have you got any problems in your life?

We’ll watch video. One teen, his name is Tim, has got a problem too. Listen to the teen’s conversation and say what kind of problem Tim has got. (Биболетова М.З. «Enjoy English 4»).


  • Have you got any problems with your sister or brother? What kind of problem?

  • Is it good for your brother or sister that you take care of them?

  • And what do you think about this proverb:

The good we do today Добро, сделанное сегодня,

Becomes the happiness tomorrow. Завтра обернется счастьем.


Read the English equivalent.


4. Are you tired? We have a rest.

If I speak the negative feelings, you’ll stamp your feet.

If I speak the positive feelings, you’ll clap your hands.

If I speak the nouns, you’ll nick your head/

Energetic, unlucky, depressed, comfortable, happy, argument, angry, school, friend, lucky, lonely, parents, upset, afraid, surprised, sport, uncomfortable, frightened, pleased, situation.

Raise your hands up, reach for the sky, pat on your backs – you are the best students.

5. Let’s go on. Have you got any school problems?

What kind of school problems can you have?

  1. Interview your partner, use worksheet 2. Tell us about your partner’s problem.







Have you got any school problems?

What kind of problem is the most important for you?

Do you like many subjects?



Are your lessons interesting/ fun/ boring/ useful?

Are your teachers strict/ easy – going/ normal/ skilled?

Are your classmates talkative/ friendly/ stupid/ angry?

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How can you solve your problem?

How do you often feel yourself at school





  1. Tell about your partner’s problems. Use:


He/she has…

His/he most important problem is …

He/she likes…because…

His/her lessons (teachers, classmates) are…

He/she often feels…

He/she thinks…

  1. How do you understand this proverb:

There is no ill luck in turning back Никогда не бойся повернуть назад

If you are on the wrong road. С неверного пути.


Is a problem a wrong road? Find the English equivalent. Read it.


  1. And what kind of problems do teen’s have else?


6. Read the texts and be ready to make the tasks (worksheet 3).

Simone. I have a big problem. All my friends smoke, they think it’s really cool but I don’t. They can’t imagine any party without alcohol. I am a merry, sociable girl and I needn’t such things. My friends don’t understand that I really don’t want to. I am fed up with them telling me try. But I am so depressed. I feel very alone myself.

Jim. Who can help me? I like to play computer. But I need more pocket money so I can buy some new computer games. All my friends have Saturday jobs, but my Mum won’t let me get one. She says I’ll be too tired to do my school work. Besides…I have ti take care of my little sister. It’s so boring. I am so angry about it.

Julia. I’m in the 9th form and I have to choose the subjects for the next year. My parents and my teachers want me to continue History because I’ve got good marks, but I really hate History. I want to learn English and French. I want to travel when I leave school. No one listens to me. I’m upset.

Martin. I don’t feel comfortable with my classmates. I like to read the books and to learn much interesting about different things. I like to study and I have good marks. But I don’t like sport. My classmates call me names and say I’m too tall and pale.

a) Tick: true or false (ex.1)

b) Make up the sentences:

1. Simone is depressed because…

2. Jim gets angry because…

3. Julia feels upset because…

4. Martin feels uncomfortable because…


7. Which proverb helps us to solve the problem with our friends?

Read it. Read the English equivalent.

It is always easier to settle Добро, сделанное сегодня,

Differences by shaking Завтра обернется счастьем.

Hands, not fists.


8. Look at the mirror (worksheet 4). Write down your problems on the left of the mirror, and the ways of solving of these problems – on the right. Draw your face in the mirror and write down your feelings after our lesson.


9. Make up the conclusion of our lesson: Can you solve the problems yourself?


And if you can’t solve:

If you can’t see the bright side Если не видишь в жизни светлой

Polish up the dark one and стороны, протри темную и

Look at it. Взгляни на нее.


Thank you for the lesson.











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