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This Magic World of Books

Конспект урока

Педагогика и дидактика

Цілі: практична: узагальнити та закріпити лексикограматичний матеріал Pssive Voice Present Perfect; тренувати учнів в аудіюванні та читанні; формувати навички діалогічного та монологічного мовлення у парній та груповій роботі; практикувати учнів в письмі; розвивальна: розвивати мовну здогадку та мовленнєву реакцію учнів вміння характеризувати літературних героїв; довготривалу та оперативну пам'ять; стимулювати логічне мислення уяву; розширювати загальний світогляд; виховна: виховувати...

Украинкский

2014-02-15

81.5 KB

4 чел.

Відкритий урок з англійської мови в 7кл.

Олійник Л.І., СЗШ №20 ім. О.І. Стовби,

м. Дніпродзержинськ, Дніпропетровська обл.

Урок-свято: “This Magic World of Books

Цілі:

практична: узагальнити та закріпити лексико-граматичний матеріал (Passive Voice, Present Perfect); тренувати учнів в аудіюванні та читанні; формувати навички діалогічного та монологічного мовлення у парній та груповій роботі; практикувати учнів в письмі;

розвивальна: розвивати мовну здогадку та мовленнєву реакцію учнів, вміння характеризувати літературних героїв; довготривалу та оперативну пам'ять; стимулювати логічне мислення, уяву; розширювати загальний світогляд;

виховна: виховувати любов до літератури як культурної спадщини та джерела знань; прагнення до пізнання нового, незвіданого, толерантність до чужої думки під час проведення дискусії; повагу до дружби, вчити цінувати справжні людські цінності.

Обладнання: магнітофон, тематичні постери, плакати, виставка книг, портрети зарубіжних письменників, вислови відомих людей, роздавальний матеріал, презентації, підстановочні таблиці, мікро діалоги, «золоті правила» та прислів’я про книги.

Тип уроку: узагальнюючий

Епіграф: Reading makes a full man (Francis Bacon)

Procedure:

I. Greeting

T:  Good morning, dear children. Glad to see you.

Cl.:  Good morning, dear teacher. Glad to see you too. How are you?

T:  Fine, thanks. And what about you?

Cl.:  We are fine, thank you.

Things are getting better

With every passing day.

Every day in every way

We are getting better.

T:  Who’s the most enthusiastic?   Cl.:  We are.

Who’s the smartest?   We are.

Who’s the most creative?   We are.

Who never gives up?   We do.

T:  Glad to see you in good health and mood. We have guests at our lesson. Please greet them.

Cl.:  Good morning. We are glad to see you.

T:  Sit down.

Introduction:

T:  The theme of our lesson is: “This Magic World of Books”. Nowadays there are quite a few people who think that as more and more people have television sets in their homes, fewer and fewer people will buy books and newspapers. However television has not killed reading. People all over the world are fond of books.

At our lesson we’ll make an exciting journey to a magic country “Bookland”. You’ll speak about your reading preferences, your favorite books and characters. We shall review the “Golden Rules” of books. All in all we shall work, play and learn a lot of interesting things. I wish you good luck.

Warming-Up.

- Pupils answer the teacher’s questions:

1. Are you fond of reading?

2. How much time do you spend on reading?

3. What kind of reading do you prefer: do you like reading books, newspapers and magazines?

4. When and where do you usually read?

5. Do you read books only for your World Literature or Ukrainian Literature classes?

6. Do you collect books? How many books have you got at home?

7. What does reading mean for you? Is it an important part of your life?

- Pupils comment quotations of famous people on reading

“Reading is to the mind what exercise is to the body” (Richard Steel)

“The books can give new views to life and teach us how to live” (George Crabber)

“Reading makes a full man” (Francis Bacon) 

“All books are devisable into two: the book of the hour and the book of all time” (John Ruskin)

- Pupils sing a song “Take Me Back to Bookland”

Please take me back to Bookland

Everyone’s happy there.

It’s more than a girl or boyland,

Where dreams, just like books can be shared.

If you believe in Bookland,

Believe in things that you cannot see,

All the world would become a Joyland,

What a wonderful world this would be.

Phonetic drill. A poem

I’ve never been to Athens and

I’ve never been to Rome;

I’ve only seen the Pyramids in picture books at home;

I’ve never sailed across the sea or been inside the plane;

I’ve always spent my holidays in Brighton in the rain;

I’ve read travel books by writers who have been to Pakistan

I’ve heard people telling stories of adventures in Iran;

I’ve watched TV documentaries about China and Brazil;

But I’ve never been abroad myself; it’s making me feel ill.

II. Main Part

1. Brainstorming

Make up a spidergram. What genres of books do you know? (Two pupils work at the blackboard)

Poems  Novels  Reference books

Textbooks  Atlases  Dictionaries  Cookery books

Short stories   Encyclopedias

Biographies  Fables   Fairy-tails

Science fiction Magazines  Articles

  Newspapers

 Booklets  Reviews

2. Vocabulary Revision. Listening – comprehension. Guessing Game

  1.  a book that is used to study a school subject (a textbook)
  2.  a publication that comes out weekly or monthly (a magazine)
  3.  a reference book with maps of the world (an atlas)
  4.  a book of word definition (a dictionary)
  5.  a book or set of books giving information about every branch of knowledge with articles in ABC order (an encyclopedia)
  6.  usually a cheap book in a soft cover (a paperback)
  7.  a story about a real person (a biography)
  8.  a piece of writing in a newspaper (an article)
  9.  a short piece of writing (usually rhymed) expressing a deep feeling or a thought (a poem)
  10.  an article that is critically examines a new book (a review)
  11.  stories, novels and romances (fiction)
  12.  a book with recipes of dishes (a cookery book)
  13.  a story about people who are not real (a novel)
  14.  a person who is very fond of reading (a bookworm)
  15.  a list of books on one subject (a bibliography)

3. Writing activities

Put each of the following words in its correct place in the passage below:

bibliography

bookworm

review

illustrations

borrow

published

I love books. I love to read. I am a real …………, and I love to visit book shops, just looking briefly at one book after another. I look at the ……………., the photos or drawings. I sometimes look at the……………at the back, which is a list of other books on the same subject. And I use the library a lot. I ……………….two or three books a week. Friends often recommend books to me, and I also read ………………in the newspapers. I don’t always agree with them, but anyway they let me know what new books are being ………..

4. Monologues. The role of reading books in children’s life.

Discussion: What do literary heroes teach you?

strong and healthy

poems

kind-hearted, generous

greedy, rude

fables

boastful, inactive

The heroes  

unskillful or undisciplined

fairy-tails

teach us to be

unkind, inattentive

unfriendly or cruel

of

legends

(not to be)

dishonest, mean

Characters

weak, or cowardly

fictions

stupid or lazy

hard-working, industrious

adventures

curious, smart

helpful, easy-going

stories

careful, attentive

active, lively

thrillers

truthful, friendly, polite

5. Relaxation pause

Let’s relax a bit and sing a song about children who don’t know what to do when there is nobody about to play with them.

Father is going to read a book

So he won’t play with me.

Mother is busy with her cookbook

So she won’t play with me.

Dear me! Dear me!

No one is going to play with me

Dear me! Dear me!

No one is going to play.

Granny is going to read a book

So she won’t play with me

David is busy with his text book

So he won’t play with me.

6. Game “A Boast”. You’ll say what book you’ve just read and ask each other about whom the book was written by.

P1:  ”Tom Sawyer” is a very good book

I read it time and again

Who wrote it, by the way?

Please, tell me the author’s name.

P2:  It was written by Mark Twain.

“Gulliver’s Travels” is a very good book, etc.

7. Work in pairs. Make up dialogues using the table

A good piece of advice

GENRES

WORKS

AUTHORS

What would you advise me to read?

short stories or poems?

“Treasure Island”

R.L. Stevenson

novels or plays?

“Oliver Twist”

Ch. Dickens

books on adventure or Geography?

“Robinson Crusoe”

Daniel Defoe

What do you prefer …or…?

books on History or Art?

“Uncle Tom’s Cabin”

Beecher Stowe

fairy-tails or fables?

“Tom Sawyer”

Mark Twain

poems about animals or nature?

“Gulliver’s Travels”

Jonathan Swift

short stories or novels?

“Invisible Man”

Herbert Wells

science fiction or encyclopedia?

“Hamlet”

“Mary Poppins”

Pamela Traverse

Then I advise you to read…

“Alice in Wonderland”

Lewis Carol

written by

“Mowgli & Jungle Book”

Rudyard Kipling

“Winnie-the-Pooh”

Alan Milne

“The Happy Prince”

Mark Twain

Thank you

You are welcome

8. Making up dialogues.

Examples of dialogues:

At the Library

  •  Good morning! May I help you?
  •  Yes, thank you. I am looking for a book about magic adventures.
  •  What’s the title of the book?
  •  It’s “Alice in Wonderland”
  •  Who is the author?
  •  It’s by Lewis Carol.
  •  Let me check the catalogue… We have two copies of this book in our library. They are on the shelf.
  •  Thank you very much. How long can I keep the book?
  •  You must return the book in two weeks.
  •  Thank you. Goodbye!
  •  Goodbye!

At the Bookstore

  •  How do you do?
  •  How do you do? What can I do for you?
  •  I am interested in books about animals. Have you got any books about dogs? You see we have a little puppy and I want to know how to take care about it.
  •  Let me see. Oh, here it is. I think you will like it. There is one problem. It is written by a famous American writer. They haven’t translated it into Ukrainian yet.
  •  It doesn’t matter. I know English perfectly well. Thank you.
  •  Goodbye!

Reader’s Digest

  •  Hello, Lera.
  •  Hello, Liza.
  •  Are you fond of reading?
  •  Of course, I am.
  •  What is your favorite book?
  •  My favorite book is “Harry Porter” by Joan Rowling.
  •  Oh, what is it about?
  •  It’s about magic boys and girls and their fantastic adventures.
  •  I’d like to read this book too. Will you borrow it to me?
  •  Of course, I will. I’m sure you’ll enjoy it.

9. Project Works. Role-play the famous fables. Three groups of children perform 3 fables: “A Fox and a Crane”, “A Dragonfly and an Ant”, “A Lion and a Hare”.

10. Making posters on Golden Rules of Books.

Groups of 4 pupils complete rules about books of separate words:

T:  What proverbs, sayings, and golden rules about books do you know?

Books are our best friends.

Books are our teachers and friends.

Choose an author as you choose a friend.

Never read while eating.

You must not read in bed.

Wash your hands before reading.

Do not tear the pages of the book.

Do not make marks on the pages with a pen or a pencil.

Do not lose your book.

A room without book is like a body without soul.

Treat books with care as good friends.

Use book marks to hold your place.

Don’t turn a book upon its clear face.

Return books to the library in time.

Don’t make dogs’ ears in the book.

III. SUMMING UP.

T: You worked hard today. You were very active, attentive and creative. Your marks are…

 I enjoyed working with you.

Home assignment:

Write a modern Fairy Tale, decorate it with pictures.


 

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