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Американські індіанці, План-конспект уроку з англійської мови для учнів 9-х класів

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Обладнання: підручник Mtch the pirs HO1 ngrms H02 карта світу на дошці Put the sentences given below in the correct order H03 автентичний текст для позакласного читання mericn Indins H04. Т: The topic of our todys lesson is: mericn Indins . By the end of the lesson you should be ble: to recognize understnd nd operte lexicl mteril bout Indins; to identify min ides nd detils from the text for reding; to prticipte in common converstionl exchnge on the topic of our...

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2015-01-15

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План-конспект уроку з англійської мови для учнів 9-х класів

Урок 41

Тема: Життя суспільства. Люди.

Підтема: Американські індіанці.

Мета: Активізувати у мові учнів ЛО теми «З життя американських індіанців».

Практикувати учнів у читанні автентичного тексту з метою отримання загального уявлення та

точного розуміння усієї інформації, що в ньому міститься, незважаючи на мовні труднощі.

Підготувати учнів до самостійного усного повідомлення на основі змісту прочитаного тексту.

Обладнання: підручник, "Match the pairs" (HO1), "Anagrams" (H02), карта світу на дошці, "Put the sentences given below in the correct order" (H03), автентичний текст для позакласного читання "American

Indians" (H04).

Хід уроку

І. ПІДГОТОВКА ДО СПРИЙНЯТТЯ ІНШОМОВНОГО МОВЛЕННЯ

Aim Warm-up

1. Повідомлення теми та мети уроку.

Т:  The topic of our today's lesson is: "American Indians". By the end of the lesson you should be able:

to recognize, understand and operate lexical material about Indians;

to identify main ideas and details from the text for reading;

to participate in common conversational exchange on the topic of our today's lesson.

2. Уведення в іншомовну атмосферу.

Т: Ask as many questions as you can to get more information in connection with the sentences.

There were about one million people with red skin in America when Columbus arrived there.

They believed that the land and water belonged to everybody.

II. ОСНОВНА ЧАСТИНА УРОКУ

Vocabulary Practice

1. Активізація лексичного матеріалу теми "American Indians".

  1.  Practising pronunciation. Виконання впр. 66a (ctop. 58). Read the words, word-combinations and sentences in English.
  2.  Translating. Bnp. 66.

Cover the left side of the page and translate into English.

3) Matching. Перевірка знання лексики.

Match the pairs.

1. a bucket

2. a fire

3. to throw

4. to be afraid

5. to go back

6. to be brave

7. to ask questions

8. fear

а) вогнище, багаття

b) повертатися

с) бути хоробрим

d)відро

є)ставити питання

f) боятися

g) страх

h) кидати

Key: Id; 2а; 3h; 4f; 5b; 6c; 7e; 8g.

4) Practising vocabulary. Утворення речень.

Make your own sentences using the words from (HO1).

5) Lexical game. Гра "Anagrams".

Make up the words given in jumbled lettters. All of them are nouns.

nianid

feri

psam

tfrose

erivr

lfow

Key: Indian, fire, camp, forest, river, wolf.

2. Пред'явлення тексту для Читання "How an Indian Boy Learned to Be Brave" впр. 65 (стор. 56-58).

1) Pre-Reading Activities. Етап підготовки до читання тексту.

а) Answer the questions.

What do you know about Indians?

Have you ever seen films about Indians?

Do you like them?

Are Indians strong, brave and honest?

What names were they usually given?

Did they live in tribes?

Did they believe that the land and water belonged to everybody?

б) Read brief notes about Indians before reading the text (page 56).

в) Find Mexico and South America on the Word Map.
r) Read and pronounce correctly the words on page
56.

в. Життя суспільства. Люди

2) While-Reading Activities. Етап читання тексту та виконання вправ під час читання.

а) Skimming. Переглядове читання тексту з метою отримання загального уявлення про матеріал, що читається.

Т: Look through the text and try to answer the following questions on the blackboard. What kind of the text is it? (a newspaper article, a letter, a novel, a short story) Who are the main characters of this story? Where did they live?

б) Scanning. Читання тексту з метою максимально повного та точного розуміння всієї інформації, що міститься в тексті та критичного її осмислення. (Н03):

Put the sentences given below in the correct order.

  1.  When night came, Dark Cloud and the other men sat down round the fire.
  2.  But then he heard the noise.
  3.  Little Wolf lived with his father, Dark Cloud, in a tent near a big forest.
  4.  He began to run.
  5.  When he came back to the men round the fire, there wasn't much water in the bucket.
  6.  He gave the boy a bucket and said, "Go to the river and bring a bucket of water".
  7.  When he came to the river, he did not rest.
  8.  "Go to the river again! Don't run on your way back!"
  9.  He took a bucket of water and began to walk back.
  10.  The boy took the bucket and went into the forest.

Key: 3, 1, 6, 10, 2, 4, 7, 9, 5, 8.

3) Post-Reading Activities. Контроль розуміння тексту та виконання післятексто-вих комунікативних вправ.

а) Т: Answer the questions.

Where did Little Wolf live with his father, Dark Cloud?

What did his father decide to do when Little Wolf was ten years old?

Where did the boy come one evening?

What did his father, Dark Cloud, send him to the river for?

Was the river very far?

Was the Little Wolf afraid of noises in the dark forest?

Did he run back to the fire quickly?

Was there much water in the bucket?

Who sent the boy for water again and told him not to run?

Was there again only half a bucket of water?

Did the old man send him to the river to bring a full bucket of water?

Why did all the men call him brave?

б) Т: Retell the story using the questions as a plan.

III. ЗАКЛЮЧНА ЧАСТИНА УРОКУ 

1. Домашнє завдання.

Т: Підготувати повідомлення про життя американських індіанців, використовуючи текст  для позакласного читання.

(Н04): American Indians

There were about one million people in North America when Columbus arrived in 1492. Columbus thought he was in India. He called the people with dark skin Indians. This was a mistake, but the name Indian stuck.

Broukal M., Murphy P. All About USA. Longman, 1994.

There were more than 2,000 tribes at the time of Columbus. Each tribe had a different name. Each tribe also had a different language and customs. But all thes people could speak with each other in one language sign language. All these peop^ also thought in the same way. They believed that the land and waters belonged to everybody.

The people who came after Columbus from Europe did not understand the first or "native" Americans. Many of them thought the Indians were savages. They were afraid of them. For the next 400 years they fought with each other. They fought about who owned the land and how to use it.

The tribes lost their land, and the U. S. government made them live on reservations. Reservations were tax free land "reserved for" the Indians. The government gave them food because they could not hunt and find food for themselves. There was no work for them. In 1924 a law made "native" Americans citizens of the United States. Today some Indian tribes choose to live by their old customs, and some do not.

How many people were there in North America in 1492?

Why did Columbus call all the people with dark skin Indians?

How many tribes were there at the time of Columbus?

What language was common for all the tribes?

When did a law make "native" Americans citizens of the United States?

Summarizing 2. Підбиття підсумків уроку.

T: What topic were we talking about today?

What facts about the life of Indians impressed you most of all?

 


 

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