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розвиваюча:сприяти розвитку аналітичного та критичного мислення учнів; розвивати мовні, мовленнєві та комунікативні компетенції учнів, навички співпраці, уміння слухати. виховна: виховувати в учнів кращі людські цінності: гуманізм, доброту, працелюбність.
формувати потребу до самоосвіти і практичного використання іноземної мови, розширити світогляд учнів. Тип уроку: комбінований.
Форма уроку: урок-дослідження.
Міжпредметні зв`язки: музика, образотворче мистецтво, народознавство, інформатика
Обладнання: Тексти з оповіданням, QR коди вправ “ Learning Apps”, комп’ютер, відео, презентація « A Christmas Carol», аудіо запис колядки. Очікувані результати: усвідомлюють необхідність виявляти активну життєву позицію та прагнути самореалізації; співпрацюють з іншими на результат; аргументують власну думку розуміють, що індивідуальні сильні сторони є значним потенціалом для спільноти.
Aim: to form students’ abilities of using their imagination while working on the topic; to develop free speaking, using personal experience and knowledge exchanging opinions in groups.
( Divide students into three groups )
I- the Ghost of Christmas Present
II-the Ghost of Christmas Past
III-the Ghost of Christmas Yet To Come
1. Greeting and Aim
Teacher: Good morning pupils! I’m very glad to see you.
1) What day / month/ season is it now?
2) What is the weather like today?
3) How do you feel? Why?
Teacher: Thank you. I’m fine too, because we have a nice opportunity to improve our speaking skills now. v Brainstorm
Teacher: I propose you to look at the screen. What can you see in the slide?
- I can see a Christmas tree and a lot of presents under it.
- I think, it is Christmas Eve and all members of the family will receive presents because it is time of joy and happiness.
Teacher: What words come into your mind when you hear the word "Christmas"? ( gifts, bells, trees, candies, lights, Santa Claus, reindeer, parties, mystery, baby Jesus, carols.
Teacher: Thank you. So, the theme of our lesson is: “A Christmas Carol ” . And we are going to work with the text you have read. I know that you like reading stories, because they are about interesting things and they teach us lots of useful lessons. I wish you good luck and an active work.
Teacher: Are you ready? So children, in order to have good spirit, I propose you to read this funny tongue -twister and practice sound [ p]
v Warm - up
Teacher: Thank you. And now look at the screen, please. You can see the epigraph of the lesson. It’s a famous saying of a French philosopher Denis Diderot
«Do good as long as you can exist»
Teacher.: What are these words about? (kindness, charity, goodness ] )
Teacher .: You are right. So, we’ ll talk about them during the lesson. Write down the date, the topic of our lesson and the epigraph into your copy-books, please.
b) T: Are you ready? So, let’s deal with the text in details.
II. Main part of the lesson.
Teacher: Answer my questions:
1. What is the title of the text you have read?
2. Did you like the story? Why? 3. Who is the author of “ A Christmas Carol”?
Teacher: In order to have a good pronunciation, let’s pronounce the following proper names
Ebenezer Scrooge [ ] kr ]
Jacob Marley [ ' ] [ ' ]
Tiny Tim [' ] twice [ Teacher Pupils ] the Ghost of Christmas Past the Ghost of Christmas Present the Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come
Teacher: Now, children, we are going to work with Learning Apps online. So, you should take your telephones and scan a QR code of Activity 0.
ACTIVITY № 0 (Task: Match the name with the
Teacher: I need one volunteer to work on the lap top. Rest of you should do an activity on your phones online? ( діти виконують вправу) Teacher: Are you ready? Show me your screens. Perfect!
( Слайд №6)
Teacher: Now look at the screen. Tell me, who is he? ( Scrooge) Let’s try to describe Scroodge.
Pupil: -Scrooge is an old man with an oval face.
Pupil: -his cheeks are wrinkled
Pupil: -his gait is stiffened
Pupil: -his eyes are red
Pupil: - his lips are too thin and blue
Pupil: - his chin is long and sharp
Pupil: -his hair is grey and untidy
Pupil: -his nose is hooked and pointed Pupil: -As for me I don’t like Scrooge here because he is an unpleasant and ugly man.
Teacher: Thank you. So, children in order to find out more about Scrooge let’s continue doing the activities online. You should scan a QR code of Activity 1.
ACTIVITY 1 Task: You should read and try to recall who said the following quotations.
1. Who said it? ( Scrooge)
2. To whom were the words spoken? ( two gentlemen)
3. What were these men trying to do? (collecting money for the poor)
1. Who said it? ( Jacob Marley)
2. To whom, were these words spoken? ( Scrooge)
3. What things were Jacob’s chains made of ? Why?
1. Who said it? ( Scrooge)
2. To whom were the words spoken? ( Scrooge ‘s nephew )
1. Who said it? ( Scrooge)
2. To whom, were these words spoken? ( The Ghost of Christmas Past ) 3. What warning did Marley give Scrooge?
- I think, Marley's ghost wanted to tell Scrooge to change his ways of life and become a good person; - I think, Marley hoped to save his old partner from suffering a similar fate.
Teacher: Thank you. And now in order to find out for more details about Scrooge. Let’s do Activity 2 together. So, look at the screen.
Activity 2 Task: Read the sentences and tell if they ( НЕ СКАНУВАТИ) are True or False.
1. Marley and Scrooge were business partners once ( T)
2. Scrooge lived all alone in an old house. (T)
3. Marley’s chains were made of flowers and candies. ( F)
4. The Ghost of Christmas Past took Scrooge to Bob Cratchit’s house ( F) -( took Scrooge back in time, to a place where Scrooge was a boy)
5. The spirit stood among the trees and pointed down to one. ( F) ( graves)
Teacher: OK. Continue our work and I propose you to scan a QR code of Activity 3.
Activity 3 Task: Choose the right answer.
1. Christmas Yet to Come shows the death of...
2. What is wrong with Tiny Tim?
a) He does not behave well
b) He is crippled and sick
c) He steals from others
d) He does not believe in Christmas 3. Why does Marley visit Scrooge?
a) He misses his friend.
b) He wants to spend Christmas with Scrooge.
c) To warn him of the 3 spirits and to change his life.
4. Where does Scrooge first see Marley's face?
a) in the letterbox
b) in the window
c) on the wall
d) in the door knocker
5. Who is Scrooge's nephew?
b) Tiny Tim
6. Who was Scrooge's girlfriend?
c) Mrs. Fezziwig
d) Mrs. Cratchit
Teacher: Thank you. We have spoken a lot about Scrooge and Marley today. So tell me, how are they similar and different? Your home task was to divide into three groups and prepare characteristics for Marley and Scrooge. To do this activity I propose you to use the Venn Diagram. We have two circles. The first is for Scrooge, the second one is for Marley, the place where the circles cross is for both characters. So, let’s start from Scrooge. Whose group is ready? the Venn Diagram ( Слайд№7)
Scrooge Both Marley
Pupils: Both: (№3” Yet To Come)”
- their souls have been spoiled;
- they are rich and greedy;
- they worked at the same place;
- they are partners;
- they are both victims of a cruel economic system; - they live in Victorian epoch;
- they hate Christmas and don’t like poor people
(№1”…Present” Scrooge (№2… Past) Marley
- alive; - dead;
- has a chance to change his life; - his ghost helps Scrooge change;
- a real character; - has an awful fate;
- the only Marley’s friend; - a fictional character
- the only person who feels sorrow after Marley’s death Teacher: Give me your list, please.
Teacher: Tell me
23. Children,tell me, what does the character of Scrooge represent? Pupil: Scrooge represents the Victorian rich who neglects the poor and think only of their own well-being.
Teacher: You are right, besides this, Scrooge represents the person with strong willpower/ You may ask me ” Why”. Let’s answer together. So, we have the problem: Is Scrooge a person with a strong willpower?
Teacher: Children, look at the screen. Tell me, what do you see? ( a fishbone).
Teacher: You are right. It has 4 parts. They are a head, a tail and bones. The head is our problem, the upper bones are reasons, the low bones are facts, the tail is the conclusion. Now let’s try to fill the fishbone. Each group will give 3 or 4 pairs of bones: a reason and a fact.
-The group of “ the Ghost of Christmas Present” should prepare bad characteristics. -The group of “ the Ghost of Christmas Past ” will prepare information about the time Scrooge was young.
-The group of “ the Ghost of Christmas Yet to come will prepare the information about New Scrooge.
You may use the information of the Venn Diagram.
didn’t give his money to poor
hadn’t any friends
cared about business
liked only his money
a spoiled soul
thought about his wealth
didn’t like to meet his only relative
was afraid of future
met 3 spirits
visited his nephew
gave some money to poor
Teacher: What is the conclusion?( Every person has a chance to become better. )
Teacher: That’s right. Ebenezer Scrooge could change himself and discovered that there were more useful things in the life than work and money.
Teacher: Tell me, what are they (kindness, love, charity, goodness)
Teacher: You have done a lot of work already. So, I propose you to have a rest a little and sing the song.
Teacher: Continue our work.
Teacher: Scrooge has changed. Let’s compare the Old Scrooge in the beginning of the play with the New Scrooge at the end of the play. So, start with: He was… / He has become…
gloomy kind indifferent charitable
stingy cheerful cruel generous cold- hearted kind-hearted heartless heartiness
“ If-Tale” Activity 9( Слайд №10)
Teacher: Scrooge is happy and kind now. Let’s revise how does it happen?...
If Scrooge ( not to meet) Marley, he ( not to know) about the ghosts.
If he ( not to know) about the ghosts, he ( not to travel).
If he ( not to travel), he ( not to have ) a chance to change. If he ( not to have ) a chance to change, he ( not to change).
Children,imagine, I am not your teacher but I’m the journalist and I want to know: 1)Do you like our lesson? Why 2) What does the story teach us?
III. Ending of the Lesson
Teacher: So, finishing our lesson I want to tell you “ A Christmas story” is like a fairy tale with a happy ending. The writer reminds people that in their misfortunes they often are guilty themselves. He tells us it is necessary at least sometimes to analyze our actions.
Today you have worked hard and done your best, because nothing is impossible to a willing heart. Look at the last screen and write your home task.
Write a short message to one of the Ghosts.
*Make up your own story about someone’s transformation or create the next chapter of “ A Christmas Carol”. Start with: “ Seven years passed. It is Christmas Eve today. … ”
Your marks are ...
Thank you for the lesson. Good – bye. Have a nice day.
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The group of “ the Ghost of Christmas Present”
Task: prepare bad characteristics of Scrooge.
The group of “ the Ghost of Christmas Past ”
Task: prepare the information about the time when Scrooge was young.
The group of “ the Ghost of Christmas Yet to come “
Task: prepare the information about New Scrooge.