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Бінарний урок з англійської мови та української літератури з використанням елементів методики CLIL " Чи є в житті місце казці? "на грунті повісті М. Павленко "Русалонька із 7В кл"

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Ця розробка бінарного уроку є результатом творчості вчителів НВК "гімназія-школа" №1 м Маріуполя - вчителя української літератури Головченко Л.О. та вчителя англійської мови Конорєвої В.В.
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Theme : Do fairy – tales exist in real life? ( on the basis of Marina Pavlenko’s story

               “The little mermaid from 7C class”)

 

Form : 7

 

Objectives :          to develop students’ creative abilities

                    to activate students’ cognitive activity

   to develop students’ speaking and writing skills

to develop research skills and taking  part in discussion

to develop critical thinking   and imagination through various      interactive activities

to develop students’ skills to work in group

 

Intended outcomes:  By the end of the lesson the students will

  • understand their role in the group as active  participants in studying
  • be able to distinguish what is important, analyze, generalize and make conclusions
  • be able to use their individual creative skills, talents and knowledge

 

Materials and resources: handouts , pictures and illustrations, newspaper articles, paper and pencils,   video materials (trailer for the film “The Little Mermaid” USA, 2018; book trailer for Marina Pavlenko’s story “The Little Mermaid from 7C class”) , estimation cards, notebook , screen

 

 

 

Procedure

 

  1. Preliminaries.
  1. Introduction to the topic of the lesson. Warming –up.

( Students are proposed to see the trailer for the film “ The Little Mermaid ”, 2018, the USA )

To guess the topic of the lesson students are divided into 4 groups ( according to their preferences) :

Art experts – collect the puzzles from the cutted pictures ( at the back of them they can read “ the little mermaid ”)

Journalists – find the key word in the articles ( curse )

Linguists – read definitions to the words , find the picture with the image and compose the word  “magic” ( See Supplement 1 )

      Writers – QR – codes ( genre: story and fairy – tale )

 

  1. Motivation.

Group interview:

  • Do you believe in miracles ?
  • Did they use to happen in your life ?
  • Can anybody share an unusual story with the class ?

 

  1. Main Part.
  1. Fairy – tale riddles:

T:  Fairy-tales are always with us from the very childhood. There is surely no country, no people in the world that didn’t believe in miracles and didn’t create them.

  • P1: This story is about the struggle between good and evil. It was written by the Danish author Christian Andersen. Because of an evil mirror that distorts reality, infects people and freezes hearts,  a boy becomes cruel and aggressive. Then a queen takes him in her sleigh to her palace. Gerda, the boy’s friend, looks for him. In the end, the boy is saved by the power of  her love (“ The Snow queen “)
  • P2: This fairy – tale is about a princess who is cursed to sleep for a hundred years by an evil fairy. The curse can be destroyed only by a handsome prince. After some time the princess is found by a prince. The prince kisses her, breaks the spell and awakens her. (“ The Sleeping Beauty”)
  • P3: This folk-tale is of Middle Eastern origin. With the help of the genie of the lamp a young boy becomes rich and powerful. He also marries a princess, the sultan’s daughter. The genie builds a wonderful palace for him and his princess , warns the boy of the danger. The boy’s kindness helps to break the spell of the lamp. ( “Aladdin and the Magic Lamp”)

 

  1. Method “ Metaplan”  :

T1: What unites all these fairy tales?

    What is there? – ( evil struggles with good)

    How should it be ? – (good is supposed to win)

    What interferes ? – ( evil is stronger and more cunning)

   Let’s sum it up – what should we do? What can defeat evil? ( kindness,             love, devotion etc.)

  T2: Proof of it is also in Ukrainian literature.

 

  1.  The presentation of the book trailer for Marina Pavlenko’s story .

 

  1. The Internet research : the biography

P4: Marina Pavlenko is a contemporary Ukrainian children writer from Lviv. As for education, she is a teacher of primary school. Marina Pavlenko wrote lots of  books for children that made her popular not only in Ukraine but in other countries.

 

  1. Working with the pictures ( finding ones that have connection to the story, putting them in order of the narrating)

 

  1. Problem solving :
  • What is there?
  • What interferes?
  • What wins?

 

  1. Working in groups (each group has the task):

Art experts : make the lapbook about the story

Journalists : advertise the story

Linguists: do the quiz on “ Classtime”

Writers : write their own ending of the story

 

  1. The presentation of  the projects

 

  1. Conclusion. Summarising.
  1. Reflexion  ( students complete the tables) . Self-assessment.
  2. Homework ( to write a letter to one of the main characters in Ukrainian;

        to write a book review  in English : students choose one task )

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Supplement 1

 

 

  1. You should always be careful when holding it. You will have seven years bad luck if you break one. ( a mirror)
  2. If you spill it, throw a little of it over your left shoulder straight away. The bad luck will then go away. (salt)
  3. If you find it, you should keep it pressed between the pages of a book. It is lucky to find it. ( clever)
  4. Some tall buildings in some countries don’t have this floor. Instead the numbers jump from12 to 14. Some people think that they will have a bad day when this day of the month is Friday. ( number 13)
  5. A woman thought to have magic powers, especially evil ones. It’s usually depicted as wearing a black cloak and pointed hat and flying on a broomstick.

(a witch)

  1. It is neck jewelry. The tradition of wearing it has been passed on through the centuries. Bright red meant that the woman was strong and healthy. (coral beads)
  2. It’s a flash of light in the sky produced by electricity moving between clouds and the ground. (lightning)
  3. It’s strong desire for something, especially money, power or food. (greed)
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