“Books`re our friends” Brain Ring

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Мета: поглибити знання учнів про культуру країни, мову якої вивчають; ... We`ll read riddles, name the writers, match the words with their definitions, unscramble the quotations, match parts of the proverbs, arrange the words in two columns, words in right order, say who are the authors of the books, guess and say what books they are from, find the best translation of the words, put stripes into the right order to get a story; the captain of each team will tell about the writers according to their biography ...
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Картинки по запросу medal "The best reader"            “Books`re our friends” Brain Ring

Мета: вдосконалювати мовленнєві компетенції та навички аудіювання; розвивати пізнавальні інтереси учнів; поглибити знання про культуру, історію країни, мову якої вивчають; продовжувати формувати лексичні навички, розвивати мовну здогадку; покращувати мотивацію до вивчення іноземної мови та світової літератури; виховувати поважне ставлення до читацьких нахилів учнів.

Обладнання: портрети американських та англійських письменників, роздатковий матеріал, виставка літератури, комп’ютер, проектор.

Тип уроку: урок-змагання

                                                                    Хід уроку

I.Організаційний момент

Greeting T: Good morning children. I`m glad to see you.

II. Підготовка до сприйняття іншомовного мовлення.

T: Dear children, welcome to our lesson. Our lesson is devoted to English and American writers and their literature. They say: «The more you read, the more you know» is the motto of our lesson.

  • And now read the riddle and say what it is about.

I am a ship to lands of treasure,

I am a key to wisdom's pleasure.

I will always lead you on an upward streak

I have so much to tell you but cannot speak

If you can guess who might I be...

I will tell you all about the mysterious sea!

Who am I???.

  • (Команда, яка відгадала слово ” a book”, починає гру.)

III. Основна частина уроку

T: At our lesson you will speak about books and writers, meet your favourite  characters, solve some riddles, do some interesting  tasks, revise grammar.

Round one

T: Look at the portraits of the writers and name them please.

 

Round two

T: I have prepared you another task. Match the words with their definitions.

  • (Слова розрізані та перемішані)

Stories, novels, poems, plays in the book

 

Literature

A place where the books for borrowing are kept

 

Library

A person who writes books

 

Author

A written account of events and

 people, either imagined or real

Story

A story about the life in the

 future often describing space travel and life on other planets

Science fiction

A story which describes some crime events

 

Historical

novel

A story which describes some

 events in history

Detective story

People described in a story or novel

 

Characters

 

Round three

T: Unscramble the quotations, read and translate them:

Abooklikeagardencarriedinthepocket

 (Chinese proverb)

Beascarefultothebookyoureadastothecompanyyoukeep

(Paxton Hood) 

Readingistothemindaswhattheexercisetothebody

(Sir Richard Steel)

Nevertrustanyonewhohasnotbroughtabookwiththem

 (Lemony Snicket)

Idevideallreadersintotwoclasses;thosewhoreadtorememberandthosewhoreadtoforget

 (W. L. Phelps)

Toreadabookforthefirsttimeistomakeacquaintancewithanewfriend;toreaditforasecondtimeistomeetanoldone.

(Chinese Saying)

 

Round four (Слайд 9)

T: Match parts of the proverbs:

Choose the author

but buy a new book

Don’t judge a

should be a few but less

A room without books

be a poet of a village

There is no friends so

is a body without soul

Like author

little, write less

Books like friends

as you choose friends

It is not good to

like book

Think much, say

faithful as a good friend

Wear old clothes

book by its cover

 

Round five. (Слайд 10)

T: Do you ever borrow books from the library? What kinds of books do you usually take?

  • Now we are going to speak about the library. Brush up everything that you have ever seen there. Arrange the words in two columns:

 

Books

Libraries

 

 

 

 

Fiction, documents, shelves, reading card, prints, history novels, librarian, adventure stories, library rules, library stock, science fiction, newspapers, biographies, characters, periodicals, author, CD-s,  writer, fairy-tales, poems, maps, fables,  novelist, essay, fantastic, non-fiction, part,  title, story, setting, cover, archives, books, romance, publisher, plot, script, an ending, legend, plays, genre, detective story, ballad, pattern, bookcase, manuscripts, films.  

 

Round six (Слайд 11)

T: When you are in the library, you should keep the rules how to behave yourself there, how to use book. As you have guessed the task is about the rules you have to keep in the library.

  • Put the words in right order to read the rules. Say what librarian says to the young readers.

the readers rules for. 

hands a before wash book

pages a or anything on pen not pencil do with write the a

drawings not make in do the book

it you do that friends not lose means books the lose your

ears the do dog’s in make book not

not tear pages the do

  • Put the words in right order to read the rules:

P: The librarian tells

  • ( Бал команді зараховується за правильну відповідь)

 

Round seven (Слайд 12)

T: Say who are the authors of the books using Past Simple Passive

Treasure Island

Walter Scott

Adventures of Tom Sawyer

R. L.Stevenson

Jane Eyre

Alan Milne

Adventures of Robinson Crusoe

Pamela Travers

Ivanhoe

W. Shakespeare

The last Leaf

English ballads

Winnie-the-Pooh

Charles Dickens

Harry Potter

Lewis Carrol

Alice in Wonderland

Daniel Defoe

Mowgli

O’Henry

Mary Poppins

Charlotte Bronte

Robin Hood

Rudyard Kipling

Oliver Twist

J.Rowling

Romeo and Juliet

Mark Twain

 

Round eight (Слайд 13)

T: Guess and say what books they are from.

  • He is brave and strong, clever and honest, fond of nature, not afraid of wild animals, ready to save his animal friends.(Mowgli)
  • She is strict and kind, fond of children, clever and full of wonderful ideas, can do magic things, can make children happy.(Mary Poppins)
  • This boy is lazy and naughty, dirty and untidy, does not want go to school, wants to play all day long, likes to boast, silly but kind.(Pinocchio)
  • The girl is beautiful and clever, tidy and clean, kind and hard-working, ready to help other people. ( Cinderella)
  • This boy is lively and brave, naughty and lazy. He is a true friend . He is full of ideas and fond of adventures.(Tom Sawyer)

 

Round nine (Слайд 14)

T: Find the best translation of the words.

1Love stories

b) книги про мандрівку

2Historical novel

c) детективні оповідання

3 Travel books

d) наукова фантастика

4 Detective stories

e) історичні романи

5 Science fiction

f) любовні історії

6 Novels of everyday life

g) романи про повсякденне життя

7 Psychological drama

h) пригодницькі оповідання

8 Adventure stories

a) психологічна драма

 

Round ten (Слайд 15-17)

T: There are three stories about Mark Twain. The stories are divided into stripes. Put them into the right order to get a story.

  • (Тексти розрізані на стрічки та перемішані)

Strip story 1

Mark Twain, a famous American writer, liked to travel very much. Once he was travelling in France. He was going by train to one little town. That day Mark Twain was very tired and wanted to sleep. He asked conductor to wake him when the train  go to that town.

He said, “I am a heavy sleeper and I’ll probably protest loudly when you try to wake me up. Don’t listen to me, just put me off the train”.

Then Mark Twain went to sleep. When he woke up it was night. The train was in Paris already. Mark Twain understood that the conductor had forgotten to wake him up. He got very angry.

 “I have never been so angry in my life” he said to the conductor.

He looked at him and said, ”You are not as angry as the passenger whom I put off the train instead of you three hours ago”

Strip story 2

One day Mark Twain arrived at a railway station near New York. He wished to take the sleeper train.There were crowds of people on the platform and the long sleeper was full. Mark Twain asked the young man in the box-office if he could have two tickets.

 “No” the young man answered and shut the window. Mark Twain found a local official and asked him for a ticket.

 “No” came the answer.

Mark Twain got so angry after that answer, he said to his companion, “they talk to me like this because they didn’t know who I am”. If they knew…

 “Do you think it would help you?” His companion said.

That mas too much. Mark Twain found the same local official and told him what his name was. But the official turned his back. Just at that moment a young porter of a sleeping car looked at Mark Twain.

Strip story 3

Mark Twain the American writer came to a small town to give a lecture on literature. Before dinner he went for a walk and then went to a shop to buy something. When the shop-girl saw him, she thought that he was a man from another place, not from their town.

 “Are you a stranger?” asked a shop- girl.

 “Yes”, Mark Twain answered.

 “This is the first time I’ve been here. I like this town very much. I’ve already seen some interesting things. You choose a good time to come”, the shop-girl said.

 “Mark Twain is going to give a lecture. He writes books and gives lectures, you know. So many people like listen to him. Will you go to his lecture today?”

 “Oh, I hope so”.

 “Have you bought your ticket?”

 “Not yet, I always have to stand when that man lectures”.

 

Round eleven (Слайд 18)

T: And now you have to recite the poems that you have prepared for today.

 

Round twelve (Слайд 19)

T:. The captain of each team has to tell about the writers according to their biography.

Clive Staples Lewis

Born: 29 November 1898 in Belfast, Ireland.

Died: 22 November 1963 (aged 64) in Oxford, England.

Occupation: novelist, scholar, broadcaster.

Genres: fantasy, science fiction, children's literature.

Notable works: The Chronicles of Narnia, The Space Trilogy, The Allegory of Love, Till We Have Faces.

 

Rudyard Kipling

Born: 30 December 1865 in Bombay, India.

Died: 18 January 1936 (aged 70) in London, England.

Occupation: short story writer, novelist, poet, journalist.

Genres: short story, novel, children's literature, poetry, travel literature, science fiction.

Best known works: The Jungle Book, Just So Stories, Kim.

Awards: Nobel Prize in Literature in 1907.

 

  • Conclusion (winner, score)

 

IV. Підбиття підсумків уроку.

  • T: Jury, what are the results of the game?
  • Thank you for the participation in the game.

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