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Конспект уроку "Винаходи та винахідники" для 9 класу

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Objectives:

to revise and enrich students' vocabulary on the topic “Inventors and Inventions”.

to develop speaking skills of students' through methods of interactive activity (pair work, group work) and giving opinions;

to develop students' skills of informative reading;

to show students' knowledge and ability of clever thinking and creativity;

to develop culture of communication
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Theme. Inventors And Inventions.

Objectives:

  • to revise and enrich students’ vocabulary on the topic “Inventors and Inventions”.
  • to develop speaking skills of students’ through methods of interactive activity (pair work, group work) and giving opinions;
  • to develop students’ skills of informative reading;
  • to show students’ knowledge and ability of clever thinking and creativity;
  • to develop culture of communication;

Equipment:

 Hand Out (text “Inventors and Inventions”)

 Tape-recorder (text)

 Hand Out (words)

 Test-Card;

 Computer

The Course of the Lesson

I  Aim: Good morning teachers and students!

T. 

Today we are going to continue our talk about inventors and their inventions.

Do you think we can live without modern technological appliances?

Is there a way back to, say, 19th century living?

Is Man’s longing to inventions permanent?

Why do we need all this? What is Bill Gates?

If you don’t know these things don’t be upset.

We’ll speak about these things today.

I hope you have heard the words; a raglan, a cardigan, a mackintosh.

You are right: they are related to clothes.

But do you know that they are actually the names of the people who invented those things.

 

Warm up.

T.

Here is a test

Match the people and the items of clothing.

(HO2) (on the display).

1. Mackintosh

 

a) a sleeve style

2. Cardigan

 

b) a water coat

3. Raglan

 

c) a woolen jacket with buttons.

 

Answer: 1-b, 2-c, 3-a.

 

II 1. Vocabulary Practice. (HO3) (on display)

to measure

wave

entire

impact

a wire

oscillation

a message

current

power

solution

by means of

to work hard

a code

to add more power

device

still used

 

2. What makes our life easier, longer and warmer?

What is Rudolf  Diesel famous for?

Do you know the abbreviation SOS? (Save Our Souls)

When is SOS used? How is it sent?

Do you have a telephone?

Do you often use it?

What is your telephone number?

Can you imagine you life without the telephone?

What is the mother of invention?

Why do you think necessity is the mother of invention?

 

3. T.

Your homework was to speak about one of the inventors and his invention. Who wants to tell us some facts about his life?

 

III 1. Listening Comprehension

T.

Listening to the text “Match-Box Labels” (HO4)

1. Vocabulary

Inflammable – that can catch fire and burn easily;

harmful – causing damage;

a substance – a type of solid, liquid or gas;

label – a piece of paper, etc. that is attached to smth. and gives information about it.

2. Listening to the text “Match-Box Labels”

Match-Box labels

Matches that we know were invented by a Hungarian called Irini and were first produced in 1835. They were phosphoric matches and the inflammable head was very harmful causing an illness to the workers who made them.

In the years that followed scientists tried to find a substance to substitute the phosphorus head. Berger, a German chemist, found it in 1848. The first safety matches were produced in Sweden, hence the name "Swedish matches".

At first matches were sold in tin boxes. Wooden boxes were used later, and with them labels appeared. They were strips of paper, which held the box together and bore the name of the factory that produced them. With the use of machines for making match-boxes the labels were glued to the boxes.

People began collecting match-boxes as soon as they appeared. During the past 100 years collecting match-boxes has become a very popular hobby. Now thousands of people in many lands collect them. The labels show not only the name of the factory, but also historic events, portraits of outstanding people, plants, animals, sports, etc.

 

3. Comprehension Check. Which statements are true and which ones are false? Put “+” near the correct statement and “-“ near the wrong one.

Put **+" near the correct statement and "—" near the wrong one.

  • 1. Matches were invented by the Hungarian chemist Irini.
  • 2. Matches were first produced in 1935.
  • 3. The phosphoric matches were very harmful for the match factory workers.
  • 4. The inventor of the first safety matches was a German chemist Berger by the name.
  • 5. The first safety matches were produced in Germany,
  • 6. The first matches were sold in wooden boxes.
  • 7. Later the labels were glued to the boxes.
  • 8. The pictures of famous artists were placed on the matches' boxes.
  • 9. People began to collect the labels from the matches' boxes just from the time of the first  matches' production.
  • 10. The labels show not only the name of the factory, but also the pictures of historic events, plants, animals, sports, etc.

 

 

Relaxation

 

IV Reading. “Bill Gates, The Software King”.

Bill Gates,

The Software King

Most of the computers in the world use software invented by Bill Gates, the founder of Microsoft Inc. of Redmond, Wash. Software is the set of programs that make computers — whether business or personal — perform various tasks.

Gates was born in Seattle, Wash., in 1955. As a boy, he was bright and curious. He was active in Scouting, reaching Life Scout rank in Troop 186. He especially loved hiking,, camping and other outdoor adventures.

But Gates was obsessed with computers. While a student at Harvard University in 1975, Gates and a friend', Paul Allen, developed a computer language for an early version of the personal computer. Microsoft was born. Gates went on to develop operating systems, such as MS-DOS, and software programs.

Thanks to Microsoft, Gates is now one of the richest men in America. He is worth more than $8 billion.

A technical wizard and a fierce business competitor, Gates sees great things ahead for computers. He says they "are really going to change a lot of things in the world — the way we work, the way we play and entertain ourselves and even the way we are educated."

 

1. Pre-reading. Vocabulary.

2. While-reading. Listen to the tape-recorder (text).

3. Reading in groups.

4. Post reading activities.

5. Answer the questions:

What is Bill Gates?

What did he invent?

Why does Gates see great things ahead for computers?

Is the binary number system still used in today’s computers?

What is the difference between the binary number system and your computer?

Why do experts see great things ahead?

What do they predict?

What will you able to do at home on your TV-size PC?

T  Big dreams?

Perhaps. But engineers are working to make it reality.

Would you retell the text?

 

V Have you got your own inventions?

Did you patent your device?

T. I have an invention too. This is a special card to check up your knowledge very quickly.

Перфокарта.

  1. Bill Gates is the founder of ________________.
  2. Gates went on to develop operating systems such as _________ and software programs.
  3. Thanks to Microsoft Gates is now one of the richest men in ________________.
  4. ____________ was invented by Graham Bell.
  5. Some inventions are named after their ________________.
  6.  Conrad Roentgen discovered _________________.
  7. Morse began to work out a way to send _____________.
  8. Edison’s numerous inventions were never _____________.
  9. Walt Disney created ____________________.

I. Mickey Mouse  IV. America                     VII patented

II. messages          V   software                     VIII X-rays

III. creators          VI. MS-DOS                    IX. The telephone

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

VI. Homework:

I  A composition “Is there a way back to say 19-th century living?” (10-20 sentences)

  or Make up a presentation. “Inventors and Inventions”

  or Ex 25 p.41 (to read and retell)

 

VII. Summarizing.

Have you learnt anything new at the lesson today?

Thank you very much for your creative work.

I hope you remember our today’s proverb.

“Necessity is the mother of Invention?”

Try to be inventive in your work. Is Man’s longing to inventions permanent?

At home you are to write a composition.

  1. “Is there a way back to say 19-th century living?” or make up a dialogue.

   or To prepare a story about an inventor and his invention. (15 sentences)

          or Do ex. 25. P.41 (to read and retell)

 

 

 

 

 

Пухальська Тетяна Герасимівна

Учитель англійської мови

школи I-III ступенів № 12

м. Бахмут

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