Тема: Бібліотеки. Libraries.
Choose your friends as your books, few but choice.
Мета: Ознайомити учнів з новою лексикою теми “Джерела інформації”, формувати вміння та навички учнів у використанні тематичної лексики в монологічному, діалогічному мовленні; удосконалювати мовну та соціокультурну компетенції учнів, вчити працювати з інтерактивною дошкою; розвивати пізнавальну активність учнів, розширювати їхній кругозір, розвивати навички співробітництва через роботу в парах, вчити аналізувати та узагальнювати матеріал, робити висновки; виховувати повагу до книги.
Обладнання: підручник, інтерактивна дошка, тематичні картки, комп’ютер, презентація вчителя.
Тип уроку: комбінований
1. Greeting (Слайд 1)
T: Good morning children. I`m glad to see you.
T: Good morning teacher, we are glad to see you too.
II. Підготовка до сприйняття іншомовного мовлення.
Aim 1. Повідомлення теми та мети уроку.
T: How do you choose a book?
Answer the questions.
When do you go to the library, do you always know which books you want to look for and take out?
When you see a lot of new books at the library, do you find it easy or difficult to make a choice?
What helps you to make a choice – the pictures in the book, its cover, and the table of the contests, the advice of the librarian or one of your classmates?
Do you make a list of books you want to take out before you go to the library?
When did you last go to the library? What a library was it?
Do you have a library at home? Is reading your hobby?
We are going to discuss these things at the lesson today.
III. Основна частина уроку
3.1. Introducing the Topic
Vocabulary (Слайд 2)
A) Read and remember how to use the words:
to analyze: Specialists may be useful to analyze the situation.
card: a library card, a reader’s card.
catalogue: a library catalogue, a card catalogue, to make a catalogue of books.
to arrange: to arrange books on the shelves, to arrange books in alphabetical order.
reference: reference books, a reference reading list, a reference library.
to approve: to approve of a plan (situation, choice, event, action).
to disapprove: to disapprove of somebody’s behavior.
to consult: to consult somebody, to consult an encyclopedia (a dictionary, a map).
Answer the questions.
What does a reader’s card tell about the reader and his reading interests?
Have you seen your reader’s card? What do you think it can tell about you?
What do you usually do if you wish to find a book you need – do you go to the classroom library, to the school library, to the public library or do you borrow it from a friend of yours who has it?
Why is it useful to consult a library catalogue?
What kinds of books are extremely useful in our work?
Where can the learner of a foreign language find the meaning of a word he doesn’t know and find out how to pronounce it, spell it and also how it is used?
What kind of dictionary is necessary for learners of a foreign language? What information about a word does a dictionary give?
Some words in the text are omitted. Try to guess them.
THE LIBRARIES IN LONDON
London is one of the most literary-minded ________ in the world. It would be hard ____ think of a subject, which has not _____ a library devoted to it.
Let us ________ with the highest library in London, the ___________ Library of St. Paul’s Cathedral. To reach ____, you must be prepared for a long ______, for it is situated right up near ______ Whispering Gallery.
The origin of the library _______ back to the 7th century, but all _____ books, with the exception of some books ________ before 1500 and six manuscripts, were destroyed ____ the Great Fire of London in 1666. _____ archives, however, were preserved. The library was _____________ after the Fire and the collection was ________up again by gift and purchase during _____ 17th and 18th centuries.
From the highest _________ in London to the biggest – which, of ________, is that of the British Museum. The _________ Museum Library contains about six million books _____ the large circular Reading Room is in _____
Center of the Museum building. In the __________ Room is a reference section of 30.000 __________ on open shelves and also the catalogues ______ the whole library. (Слайд 3,4)
for volumes Reading the and British course library the built refounded The in printed its dates the climb it Capitular start got to cities
B) Are the statements true or false?
The biggest library in London is Capitular Library of St. Paul’s Cathedral.
The library appeared in the seventeenth century.
Nearly all the books of this library were destroyed in the Great Fire of London in 1666.
The archives were not preserved either.
The library was refounded after the Fire.
The British Museum Library is the highest library in London.
There are more than 6 000 000 books in the British Library.
There is no Reading Room in the British Museum.
Retell the text in chain.
3.3. Grammar Practice. (Слайд 5)
Match the sentences in direct speech with those in reported speech.
“Can you give me that book, please?”Nelly said
The woman asked to pass her the bread.
“Give me that book, Frank”, Nelly said.
Nelly asked to give her that book.
“Could you pass me the bread, please”
Tom told Helen to pass him the bread.
“Pass me the bread, Helen”, Tom said.
Nelly told Frank to give her that book.
3.4. Pair work.
Do you like reading? Make up your own dialogues in pairs.
Pupil 1: Do you like reading?
Pupil 2: Of course, I do.
Pupil 1: What kind of books do you like?
Pupil 2: I like reading historical novels because I am interested in history and books help me to learn more about historical events and famous people. And what books do you prefer?
Pupil 1: I like reading poetry. I am fond of poetry and want to write good poems myself
Comment on the joke. (Слайд 6)
Old Lady (to the librarian) – I’d like a nice book.
Librarian – Here’s one about cardinal.
Old Lady – I’m not interested in religion.
Librarian – But this is a bird.
Old Lady – I’m not interested in his private life, either.
IV. Підбиття підсумків уроку.
T: I’d like to finish our lesson with a riddle that you can easily solve. Can you guess?
We have friends.
They cannot walk, and cannot see,
But they are good to you and me.
With these friends we sail
On ships, and ride on trains
And even fly in airplanes.
These friends show us towns, seas, and lands
Can you guess who are these good friends?
They are books of course.
V. Домашнє завдання.
Write a composition on the topic: “A library is a great help”.