Урок розвитку зв’язного мовлення

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1 ir – mil: Good morning Good morning Wht cn I do for you I’m sending letter nd wnt my mother to receive it quickly. Good bye. Good bye 2 Prcels: Good morning Good morning Wht do you...



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Урок розвитку зв’язного мовлення

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Theme: “ Visiting London. Post – office “

Aims: Активізувати вживання в мовленні учнів лексики з теми. Провести рольову гру

          ( відвідання лондонської пошти ). Тренувати в аудіюванні та читанні тематичних

          текстів. Формувати культуру поведінки у громадських місцях. Виховувати культуру

          мовлення. Розвивати інтерес до вивчення та практичного застосування англійської


Equipment: грамзапис тексту для аудіювання, ілюстрації з видами Лондона, предмети, поштові


The Procedure of the Lesson

1. The beginning of the lesson: - greeting;

                                                     - a talk with the pupils on duty;

                                                     - telling the theme and the aims of the lesson.

2. Phonetic exercises: “ I was at the post – office yesterday “:

    The theme of our lesson is: “ Visiting London. Post – office “. I was at the post – office yesterday. I

    wanted to send a letter to my friend. When I went into the post – office in Dvorichna, I saw only two

    clerks there because the post – office is small. One is for pensions and another is for money orders,

    registered letters, parcels, envelopes, postcards and stamps together. To send a letter you need to   

    buy a stamped envelope. And I did so.

                  Questions to the pupils:

  •  Do you often go to the post – office?
  •  What do you do there?
  •  Are there many parcels there?
  •  Do you get money for your grandparents?
  •  Have you a pen-friend or any relatives in another city, town or a village?

3.Аудіювання тексту “ An Address without a Letter “ ( грамзапис ) та бесіда за прослуханим:

        How do you think what did people do when there were no stamps? Listen, please.

        Before 1840 there were no stamps.In those days people usually paid a lot of money for the letter

   when they received it. That is why the people who were poor did not write to one another often.

   But when they sent or received a letter, it was a very important thing for them and many people know   

   about it.

        There is a story from that time about a letter to a poor woman. One day a postman came to her    

   house to bring her a letter. He told the woman to pay a lot of money, which she did not have. She

   looked at the letter and gave it back to the postman. “ I cannot pay for it “ – she said.

        Just at that moment a man heard a conversation between the postman and the woman and said, “Let

   me pay for the letter. I have money and I want to help you “. Then he gave the postman the money he

   wanted to get from the woman.

        “ I thank you very much “, said the woman, “ but you must not pay for the letter. It is from my

   brother. He sends me one letter every three months. He does not write about himself and his family,

   he writes only my address on the letter. Then I know that he is well, and as I cannot pay for the letter

   I give it back to the postman “.

                  Questions: 1. Why did poor people not write letters often at that time?

                                      2. What is this story about?

                                      3. Who helped the woman?

                                      4. Why mustn’t he pay for the letter?

4. Читання тексту “ The History of Stampsта обговорення прочитаного:

        A lot of boys and girls like to collect stamps. Two English boys, Peter and Bert, also collect them.

   Peter has already more than a thousand stamps. He began to collect them 5 years ago, but Bert is only

   beginning and has not more than 300 or 400 stamps.

        Bert did not know how to collect stamps. Peter showed him how to put stamps in water and take

   them off paper. He also showed him how to put on the stamps from one country on the same page of

   the stamp book.

        Many countries have beautiful stamps and children can learn much from them about the different

   countries in the world. Stamps are like little pictures. Very often they show the flowers or the trees

   which grow in this or that country, or the animals that live there. They may show the different means

   of transport in the country: ships, boats, planes, buses and cars.

        Stamps may also have portraits of famous people on them: scientists, engineers, pilots, astronauts,

   writers, painters, musicians.

        The first stamp in the world was an English stamp. It was made in 1840. Before that time people

   paid money to the postman for every letter that they got and the postman did not give letters to anybody

   who did not pay them.

        An English teacher,whose name was Rowland Hill, thought much about it. One day he said that   

   the people who wrote the letters must pay for them, and not the people who got the letters. He spoke

   about it to people in the government. Soon the post – office began to sell little pieces of paper with 1p

   stamped on them. These stamps,as the people called them, they put on letters. The people who got

   letters with stamps on them did not have to pay anything to the postman.

                  Questions: 1. When did Peter begin to collect stamps?

                                      2. How many stamps did Peter and Bert have?

                                      3. How did Peter put the stamps in his stamps book?

                                      4. What do boys and girls learn from stamps?

5. Рольова гра “ Visiting London Post – office “. Клас оформлений відповідно.  

        Imagine that one of you have visited Great Britain. And in London he or she has gone to a post –     

   office. Tell us about it, Olena.

   Olena: You know I have visited Great Britain receintly. I wanted to see a lot of sights in that country

                 and to meet with real Englishmen. I have been to London and seen Trafalgar Square, the

                 British Museum, the Houses of Parliament and so on. I liked them very much. One day I  

                 needed to send a letter home so I went to the post – office. It was very big. Do you want to    

                 know what I’ve seen there? There were several windows such as: 1) ail-mail; 2) parcels; 3)

                 money – orders; 4) registered letters; 5) telegrams; 6) envelopes, postcards and stamps.

   Children, help, please, Olena to show us the post – office work. Come here Dima, Polia, Ann,   

   Anny, Larisa and others will be visitors. You come to any window and talk.

        1) Air – mail:     - Good morning!

                                     - Good morning! What can I do for you?

                                     - I’m sending a letter and want my mother to receive it quickly.

                                     - I’ll help you. Give it to me. It’ll be 18 pence.

                                     - Oh! Thank you. Good - bye.

                                     - Good - bye!

        2) Parcels:        - Good morning!

                                   - Good morning! What do you want?

                                   - I want to send a parcel of apples. Is it possible?

                                   - Why not? Give me your parcel and take a form …

                                   - I’m ready.

                                   - It’s 5 kg. It’ll be 50 pence.

                                   - Here they are. Thank you very much.

                                   - Not at all. Good - bye.

                                   - Good - bye.

        3) Money – orders: - Good morning!

                                         - Good morning!

                                         - May I send 100 pounds to Ukraine?

                                         - No, you mustn’t. You may send only 50 pounds.

                                         - This won’t suits me.

                                         - I’m sorry. I can’t help you.

                                         - O.K. Good - bye.

                                         - Good - bye.

        4) Registered Letters:  - Good morning!

                                              - Good morning! Can I help you?

                                              - Yes, I want to send the letters with several documents.

                                              - Well, it’s my work.Give them to me, please. Are there any stamps there,

                                              - Yes, there are, of course.

                                              - All right.

                                              - Thank you. Good - bye.

                                              - Good - bye.

        5) Telegrams: - Good morning!

                                 - Good morning!

                                 - May I send a telegram?

                                 - Yes, you may. Take a form, please.

                                 - Thank you … I am ready.

                                 - There are 9 words in it. It will be 45 pence.

                                 - Here you are. Thank you. Good - bye.

                                 - Good - bye.

        6) Envelopes, postcards and stamps:   - Good morning!

                                                                        - Good morning!

                                                                        - I’m in you city for the first time. I want to send a letter

                                                                          and a postcard. Will you give me all I need?

                                                                        - Yes, I shall. Here is the envelope, the postcard and the

stamp. It will be 15 pence.

                                  - Take them, please. Thank you. Good - bye.

                                           - Good bye.

   6. Підсумки уроку. Виставлення оцінок. Домашнє завдання: to make up a story about the

                                                                                                                     local postoffice.  


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