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Запорiзька спецiaлiзована школа I-III ступенiв № 40
з поглибленим вивченням англiйскої мови
Запорiзької мiської ради Запорiзької областi
Підсумковий урок з теми СВЯТА
Виконала вчитель англiйскої мови вищої категорії
Бодилєва Вiкторiя Володимирiвна
Пiдтема: Polite requests
Тип уроку: комбiнований.
Цiлi: практична: -повторити Л.О. з теми (профессii, хоббi, види святкових подiй)
-навчати сприймати дiалоги на слух,
-вчити давати вiдповiдi на запитання,
звертатися з проханням, висловлювати здивування,
-тренувати дiалоги в парах, групах.
-формувати навички говорiння( вiдповiдi на запитання, знайомство, ситуативнi дiалоги)
-розвивати творчi здiбностi(створення образiв)
-виховувати толерантне ставлення до iнших участникiв бесiди,
-розвивати вмiння вирiшувати конфлiктнi сiтуацii, дiйти згоди.
-iндивiдуальна робота, робота в парах, в групах:
-робота з прислiв’ями.
2. Warm up.
3. Навчання аудiюванню.
4. Робота в групах «мозковий штурм»
5. Навчання говорiнню.
6. Перевiрка д/з.
9. Домашнє завдання.
T: Good morning, pupils.
CI: Good morning, teacher.
2.Бесiда про погоду.
T: Is it a nice day today?
P:Yes, it is. It’s sunny and not windy.
(No, it isn’t. It’s cloudy and cold)
P1: I agree with P. And there are colourful leaves everywhere.
It drizzles and the day is dull.
P2: As for me, it’s a bit chilly, isn’t it?/ The air is moist, it’s foggy and windy.
P3: That’s true, but the weather is perfect as for the late autumn.
I. Постановка теми, цiлей уроку:
T: In autumn the days get shorter and the nights get longer. How should we spend long autumn evenings?
Let’s have a party!
Celebrations- this is the topic of our lesson.
At this lesson you will:
-play a guessing game;
-listen to the party dialogues;
-learn how to express surprise and ask for repetition;
-learn to make a request, refuse it or agree to it;
-practice the samples of the dialogues;
-act out party dialogues.
T: But as the English say All work and no play makes Jack a dull day.
How would you explain the proverb?
P: I think it means if you work hard you need the time to have a rest, to have some fun.
P1: As for me, if you don’t enjoy the life it becomes uninteresting.
T: you are absolutely right. And there are a lot of events in our life
we can celebrate with our relatives and they? (деякi подii записанi на дошцi)
P1: passing a driving
P2: a wedding
P3: someone’s birthday
P4: getting a new job
P5: winning a Hollywood Oscar
P6: retiring from work
P7: winning a scholarship
T: Listen to five people. Guess what they are celebrating.
Tapescript: 1. I can’t believe it! Never thought I’d do it. I mean, I’ve had so many lessons and as you know, I’ve failed twice! I just feel great. Today I drove my mum to the supermarket and she says I can borrow the car this weekend. I can’t wait to…
P1: passing a driving test.
2. I was very lucky to get it. There were twenty other applicants and I had the interview with three people, which made me really nervous. I can tell you the salary is good but I’ll have to travel twenty miles to get to work every day.
P2: getting a new job
3. Phew! Wow! I’d like to say how thrilled I am, really. And I’d like to thank Janet, my co-star... each, right. And of course, best director around… Ted Burns…
P3: winning a Hollywood Oscar
4. Thank you, you’re so kind. The flowers and the present are lovely…I don’t know to say. I really enjoyed working with you all and my life’s going to be very different. I’ll miss the office, really! But I’ve got my garden to keep me occupied.
P4: retiring from work
5. It’s a great opportunity to me- a year at the one of the best schools in California. It’s the best place to be to study computer programming. And another good thing is that my English will get better a year in America!
P5: winning a scholarship
T: And now I invite you to one of these parties. You’ll listen to 3 party dialogues then agree or disagree with some statements. Open your books page 55 ex.2 and look through the statements. Use expressions from the blackboard.
a) there are people from different countries;
b) the people are all students
c) the party is in the smoky
e) it is someone’s birthday.
B: Ah, hello, my name is Katrina.
A: Katrina, yes. Pleased to meet you. I’m from Norway.
B: Really? That’s interesting. I’m from the north too- from Alaska.
A: I am sorry?
A: No! That’s where my mum’s from.
B: She is
A: I don’t believe it. And what do you do? I am an austronaut.
B: Oh, fascination. I’m a bull fighter.
A: you are joking
B: no, it’s true
A: and what do you do in your free time?
B: I enjoy cooking and collecting stamps. And you?
A: I’m afraid we have got the heating on it’s very cold outside.
B: Well, can we open the door? This smoke is really bad for me.
A: Yes, of course.
B: I’m sorry, this is Allan’s birthday and it’s his favourite.
A: Well, can we change it when this one finishes?
B: Ok. What do you want? I really like music from sixties.
A: Mmmmm. Have you got any techno?
B: Yes, we have. We can play some of that then some sixties stuff.
Pupils agree or disagree using the expressions from the blackboard.
T: Now, look through the questions and listen again.
Tapescript: Where are Katrina and Jamie from?
P1: Katrina is from Norway and Jamie is from Alaska.
T: What is Katrina surprised about?
T: What 3 things is Jamie surprised about?
p3: He is surprised that Katrina is from Norway, Katrina’s mother is from Alaska and Katrina is a bullfighter.
T: What music do Jamie and the other men agree on?
P4: They agree to listen to techno music and then some 60s stuff.
T: And why doesn’t Jamie like that music?
P5: Jamie doesn’t like that music because it’s bad for dancing.
T: So, Jamie likes to dance. And what about you? Do you enjoy dancing?
CI: Yes, we do.
A minute of relaxation.
So do it, that’s why a have a present for you today.
Meet my special guest Lera!
She is the students of the 10th form but she is a Professor of dancing!
Lera: Hey, everybody! Let’s have some fun and move your body!
Lera: do you wonna dance like this? Then listen to music and dance with me!
(всі повторюють під музику)
T: Thank you! You were great! (applauds)
Phew! As we can see dancing is an important part of most parties. It makes us fit and feel happier.
Look at the photos. What other things make a fantastic party?
Pupils work in groups discussing the topic.
Possible answer: good atmosphere, cool music, tasty food, a nice/spacious room/flat/house, people from the same school, college, people from different places, a special occasion…
T: As we see good atmosphere is one of the most important things as for parties. To feel comfortable we have to understand each other.
Now you’ll learn some expressions which will help you in conversations.
V. Навчання говорінню.
Listen to the reactions from the first dialogue. Which of them express surprise?
Which ask for reaction?
Tapescript: Katrina? Really? I’m sorry? No! She isn’t! I don’t believe it. Ah..? You are joking.
P1: Katrina? Really? No! She isn’t! I don’t believe it. You are joking-express surprise.
P2: I’m sorry? Ah..?-ask for repetition.
T: you are quite right. Now listen again and repeat these expressions.
T: Being polite is also very important. Politeness will help you solve different problems.
Let’s learn some requests.
T: Now read the Function File; and classify the expressions from three dialogues.
Pupils read the Function File.
T: Give the examples of:
P1: Making a request: 1,3,5,7.
P2: Refusing a request: 2 and 6.
P3: Agreeing to a request: 4 and 8.
T: perfectly. And now I want you to work in pairs. Practice the dialogue in the Function File.
Class works in pairs, practicing the dialogues.
T: Dear children, your home assignment was to invent an unusual character to yourself, write notes about the person and to prepare some elements of costumes for the party. Are you ready?
Pupils put on their badges and costumes.
Work in pairs. Imagine you are this unusual person at a party.
Examples of the pupils’ dialogues.
P1: Hello, my name is Jennie Brown.
P1: Jennie Brown.
P2: Nice to meet you, Jennie. And I am D J Maley. I’m from Petersburg, Russia.
P1: No! My cousin is from Russia too!
P2: Really? And where are you from?
P1: I am from California, USA. What do you do?
P2: I am a D J work in nightclubs, on the radio.
P1: That’s interesting. And I am an officer.
P1: An officer.
P2: Fascinating. I am interested in ornithology.
P1: You are joking!
P2: That’s true. And what about you?
P1: I like rock music and I collect stamps.
P2: Really? Can you show me your collection?
P3: Hi! I am Alisa Milano.
P4: Oh, hello! My name is Sidney Black. I am from Istanbul, Turkey.
P3: I am sorry?
P4: From Turkey!
P3: And I am from Paris, from France.
P4: I don’t believe it! My husband lived in France too.
P3: And what are you?
P4: I am a doctor. I work in a surgery. And you?
P3: I am a rally-driver. Last week I won a race.
P4: Unbelievable! You are joking!
P3: No, that’s true! And what do you do in your free time?
P4: I enjoy hunting wild animals and I have an incredible collection of sport cars. And you?
P3: My hobby is underwater hockey and …
T: Now I have one more present for you. Look at these balloons. Your next task is inside. Take any balloon, pierce it.
Open the cards, there are different situations on them which can take place at the party. Act out these situations, try to come to an agreement. Don’t forget to use the expressions from the Function File. (див.додаток 1)
Example: Situation 4.
A: Can I have this strawberry cocktail?
B: I’m sorry, but there isn’t any left. Would you like banana cocktail?
A: No, thank you, I hate bananas.
B: And what about apple juice?
A: Oh, it’s great.
Pupils walk around the class changing partners and situations.
T: Take your seats. Now tell about the most unusual person you met and what you agreed to do.
Use the expressions from the blackboard.
P1: It seems to me the most unusual person is Alisa Milano. She is a rally-driver and her hobby is knitting.
P2: In my opinion, the most interesting person was Savic Shuster. He is a TV presenter. His hobby is gymnastics and he enjoys writing stories.
T: what difficulties did you have action out the dialogues and situations?
P1: As for me it was difficult to find something that the order persons agree on.
P2: Personally I felt a bit nervous and I couldn’t find the words to maintain the conversation.
P3: And I couldn’t sometimes understand some words and I had to ask for repetition.
T: In my opinion it wasn’t a dull day for you as the proverb says and I want you to learn more English proverbs and sayings about parties and holidays. So your home task is to match the beginnings with their endings. Then try to find Ukrainian equivalents for them. (див. додаток 2)
T: Our lesson is coming to the end. What did you do at this lesson?
P1: We played a guessing game and listened to the party dialogues.
P2: We learned how to express surprise and ask for repetition.
P3: We learned to make a request, refuse it or to agree to it.
P4: We acted out the party dialogues.
P5: We danced.
T: You worked hard, your answers were quick and correct. You did your best to maintain the conversations and you found the solutions for different problems. And Characters you’ve invented were out of words. You got 12.
Thank you very much.
The lesson is over.
1. Life is not live to eat.
2. Eat with pleasure, differ.
3. All work and no play no supper.
4. No song, sweet.
5. If you dance drink with measure.
6. Tastes you must pay the fiddler.
7. Better be along makes Jack a dull day.
8. One should eat to live, that in bad company.
Student A: You want to close the door because it is cold.
Student B: You don’t want to close it because it is smoky.
Student A: You want to sing karaoke.
Student B: You want to play chess, but it is too noisy.
Student A: You want to turn the volume of the music down, because it is very loud.
Student B: You want the volume be loud because it’s your favourite.
Student A: You want to drink strawberry cocktail.
Student B: You don’t have strawberry cocktails.
Student A: You want to take a chair.
Student B: You don’t want to give a chair, because you need it.
Student A: You want to borrow this CD.
Student B: You can’t lend this CD because it’s your father’s.