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Урок по английскому языку, посвященный Шекспиру


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15.84 МБ Learn English - Romeo and Juliet ( Level for students).mp4
552.74 КБ LessonPlan_SW_FINAL.pdf
348.74 КБ LessonPlan_TN_FINAL.pdf
22.01 КБ Plan.docx
937.3 КБ Romeo-Juliet-Cast-List-Infographic.pdf
5.19 МБ Shakespeare-on-Love-Infographic.pdf
388.08 КБ Teens Shakespeare Extension Activities.pdf
250.61 КБ romeo_and_juliet_-_answers_1.pdf
276.32 КБ romeo_and_juliet_-_exercises_1.pdf

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Pre-Intermediate Lesson Plan

29.05.2016

Aim – suggesting and giving advice, getting accustomed to English culture throughout the literature.

Skills – speaking, reading, listening, writing, grammar

Lead in


  1. Tell SS that this year is dedicated to W. Shakespeare and elicit what SS know about him.

  2. On the board – What do you know about William Shakespeare?

Suggest some questions with answer variants on the board:

1.Was born in:

        1. London

        2. Stratford-upon-Avon

        3. Manchester

  1. Died in:

  1. 1564

  2. 1616

  3. 1617

  1. His wife’s name was:

          1. Anne Hathaway

          2. Alice Hathaway

          3. Juliet Hathaway

  2. He has got: a) 1 child

b) 2 children

c) 3 children (Susanna Hall

Hamnet Shakespeare

Judith Quiney)

b. SS in teams choose the right answers and write them down.

c. Compare answers. Each right answer is 1 point.

3 min

Overview of the play and charecters


    1. Leave on the board the name of William Shakespeare and elicit his famous novel.

    2. On the cards show the names of the key characters of this novel and drill pronunciation: Escalus[ES-kah-lus], Mercutio - [mur-KEW-sheeo], Capulet - [KAP-yuh-let], Tybalt - [TIB-ult], Balthasar - [BAL-thuh-zar], Montague - [MAWNT-uh-gyoo].

    3. Show the words again. SS pronounce them first together then individually.

2 min


Reading 1

  1. Give the first WS with a quiz to SS.

  2. Explain that SS have to predict the answers to the quiz.

  3. Work in pairs. Discuss and choose an answer.

  4. Discuss any new vocabulary.

  5. SS watch a synopsis and check their answers.

10 min


Reading 2


    1. Focus on the task.

    2. Elicit and write on the board phrases for suggesting and giving advice:

He/she should/could/ has to

If I were him/her, I’d…

What I would do is…

He/she could try…

I think the best thing is to…

    1. In pairs SS read the problems and think about a piece of advice they can give to the characters.

    2. Get feedback from some SS.


    1. SS writes their own problems on the stickers. They stick them to the backs of other students. Then they read a problem for themselves and give advice. The person who is given advice must answer what problem it is.

TL – giving advice

10 min

Speak Shakespeare

    1. SS focus on the activity.

    2. SS read both versions in pairs.

    3. An open-class discussion what its meaning is.

    4. Work in pairs. Recite this passage to each other with as much emotion as they can.

    5. Get some feedback.


5 min

Vocabulary-building

1. Focus on the task and match it individually.

2. Compare answers in a group.

3. SS get card with Shakespeare quotes:

The course of true love never did run smooth”

I would not wish any companion in the world but you”

Parting is such sweet sorrow”

You have witchcraft in your lips”

Love is like a child that longs for everything it comes by”

I do love thee, and when I love thee not, chaos is come again”

4.SS discuss what these phrases mean. (Open class activity)

5 min

Word Storm

1. Work in a group. Brainstorm all the words relating to love and relationships.

2. Create a poster.

10 min

Hometask: 1. Essay “If Romeo and Juliet wouldn’t have died”

  1. http://www.macmillandictionary.com/dictionary Find the meaning of the words in hearts (Worksheet “ Love Infographic”)


Escalus



Mercutio



Capulet


Tybalt


Montague


Balthasar





I do love thee, and when I love thee not, chaos is come again”


You have witchcraft in your lips”


I would not wish any companion in the world but you”



Love is like a child that longs for everything it comes by”


Parting is such sweet sorrow”


The course of true love never did run smooth”



I do love thee, and when I love thee not, chaos is come again”


You have witchcraft in your lips”


I would not wish any companion in the world but you”



Love is like a child that longs for everything it comes by”


Parting is such sweet sorrow”


The course of true love never did run smooth”






Here are some of the things we do know about Shakespeare:

  • Shakespeare was born and died on the same day, 23 April.

  • When Shakespeare got married, he was 18. His wife was 26 – and pregnant.

  • One of Shakespeare’s relatives was arrested for plotting against Queen Elizabeth I, and was executed.

  • Shakespeare acted in his own plays. For example, in Hamlet, he played the ghost of Hamlet’s father.

  • Shakespeare performed as an actor in front of Queen Elizabeth I, and after her death in 1603, in front of King James I.

  • The Globe Theatre in London burned down in 1613, when a large gun set fire to the roof during a performance of Shakespeare’s play Henry VIII. It was rebuilt.

  • Shakespeare spelled his own name in several different ways, including ‘Shakspere’ and ‘Shakspeare’.

  • It is known that Shakespeare wrote at least 38 plays. It is possible that he also wrote others which have been lost.

  • Anagrams of the name William Shakespeare include ‘I am a weakish speller’ and ‘I’ll make a wise phrase’.

  • According to the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust, Shakespeare introduced nearly 1,000 new words to the English language.



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