Урок англійської мови з теми "School Life"/«Шкільне життя» для учнів 10-го класу, розроблений Дикою Світланою Михайлівною, вчителем англійської мови комунального закладу "НВО-ЗШ І-Ш ступенів №31 з гімназійними класами, ЦДЮТ "Сузір'я" Кіровоградскьої міської ради Кіровоградскьої області"
Дика Світлана Михайлівна, вчитель англійської мови
КЗ «НВО – ЗШ І-ІІІ ступенів № 31 з гімназійними класами,
ЦДЮТ «Сузір’я» Кіровоградької міської ради Кіровоградської області»
Тема: «Шкільне життя»
Мета: формування в учнів наступних компетентностей:
Обладнання: підручник Оксани Карпюк ‘English 10’ (рівень стандарту), зошит, тематичні малюнки, мультимедійна презентація, смартфон, тест “Check Your Skills”, аудіозапис, ноутбук , таблиця самооцінювання “Can you …in English?”
Тип уроку: урок контролю та корекції знань, навичок і вмінь
І. Підготовка до сприйняття іншомовного мовлення
1. Оргмомент та мотивація
T.: Today you’ll have a Final Lesson on the theme: “School Life”. Its motto is the Albert Einstein’s expression: ‘Learning is not a product of schooling but a lifelong attempt to acquire it.’
By the end of our lesson you’ll be able
2. Введення в іншомовну атмосферу
а) Exercise “Greeting message” (з опорою на мультимедійну презентацію)
T.: Use your mobile phone and send a greeting message to one of your classmates. Greet him or her and write something pleasant.
E.g.: Hello! (Hi! Good Morning! Good afternoon, etc.)
I wish you
success in your life (study)
all the best
T.: Read the message, you have received, aloud.
б) Critical Thinking Questions
T.: Аnswer the following questions, please:
в) Exercise ‘A Cloud Of Words’
T.: Have a look at this ‘cloud of words’. I have made it with the help of a special programme which is called ‘Wordle’. Put the following words in the correct order and you'll receive a French proverb.
Can you guess? Do you agree that knowledge of languages is very important nowadays? Why?
Answer: A man, who knows two languages, is worth two men.
П. Основна частина уроку. Контроль та корекція знань та вмінь учнів по темі «Шкільне життя»
T.: We are going to do the test “Check Your Skills”.
1. Лексико-граматичні вправи
1.1. T.: Match the words with their definitions
1. Compulsory a) able to be used
2. Comprehensive b) a kind of education in which pupils of different abilities
go to the same school
3. Available c) to go regularly to a certain place
4. To learn d) must be done because it is the law
5. To study e) to get the theory of the subject
6. To attend f) to get some practical skills
Answers: 1.d; 2.b; 3.a; 4.f; 5.e; 6.c
1.2. T.: Choose ‘learn’ or ‘study’ and put it in a correct tense form to complete the sentences
1. You must … this poem. 2. She … to be a doctor by watching the work of her more experienced colleagues. 3. Mary …. to swim. 4. Mike … medicine at college because he wants to be a doctor. 5. I’m trying to … Spanish. 6. I … to ride a bike when I was five.
Answers: 1. learn; 2. studies; 3. has learnt; 4. is studying; 5. learn; 6. had learnt.
1.3. T.: Complete the sentences by changing the form of the verb in brackets.
1. I … (help) tomorrow if you still ... (need) help.
2. If my parents … (not work) on Sunday, we all … (go) skiing.
3. If the weather … (be) fine next weekend, we … (go) to the country.
4. I always … (help) you this year if you … (need) help.
5. Granny sometimes … (not hear) if little Eddie … (call) her.
Answers: 1. will help – need; 2. do not work – will go; 3. is – will go; 4. will help – need; 5. doesn’t hear – calls.
а) Pre-listening Activity
T.: Now we are going to listen to a tape. Try to guess the meaning of the following expressions:
Mike: What did you think of the exams, Pete? I think they were deadly easy.
Pete: Maybe they were easy enough for you but they were much too hard for me.
Mike: Oh, come on. You’ve probably done better than you think.
Pete: No, I am certain I’ve failed in Latin, and most likely in French and History, too. Thank goodness it’s all over though. We can forget about it now – at least until the results come out.
Mike: Yes. Now I can get on with reading all the books I have been wanting to read for months, but haven’t had time for.
Pete: What! ... Well, it’s up to you. I am not going to open another book for months.
Mike: Well… I’ll take a day or two off perhaps. But if I’m going to university in October, I’ll have to get down to some serious work again pretty soon.
Pete: I’ve got to get through the A level exams first. I’ll worry about university if and when I ever get there.
Mike: That’s the trouble with you. You always try to do everything at the last minute.
Pete: And you’re too serious; that’s your trouble. You are always with your nose in the books.
Mike: Well, I like reading.
Pete: And I can’t stand it. I don’t know why I decided to try to go to university in the first place. I think I’ll run away and join the army or something.
б) While-listening Activity
T.: Listen to the conversation. Put ‘T’ if the statement is true and ‘F’ if it is false.
1. Mike thinks that the exams were very easy.
2. Pete agrees that exams were easy.
3. Pete thinks he failed in some exams.
4. Pete is going to read books now.
5. Mike is going to enter the university in October.
6. Pete has got to pass A level exams.
7. Pete is very successful in his study.
8. Mike likes reading too much.
9. Pete doesn’t know whether to go to university or join to the army.
в) After-listening Activity
T.: Let’s check up your answers. Read them aloud.
Answers: 1.T; 2.F; 3.T; 4.F; 5.T; 6.T; 7.F ; 8.T; 9.T
3. Оздоровча хвилинка. Stretching Tips to Keep in Mind
T.: I can see you are a little bit tired. There is an easy way to revive your energy. We’ll do some stretching exercises and you'll feel like a completely new person. Why does this work?
There are 3 reasons. Firstly, stretching causes you to breathe deeply bringing oxygen to your brain. Secondly, stretching releases the physical form of stress that is stored in your muscles. Lastly, stretching helps your body remove toxins from your tissues. When you breathe deeply and move your body your lymph system is activated, cleansing the body of pollutants. The end result - you feel great!
Breathe deeply and slowly.
So, let’s start.
1. Sitting on the edge of your chair with arms in the air, simply reach up and back.
2. Sitting on the edge, clasp your hands behind your back with arms pointing down. Roll your shoulders in towards each other in the back and lean your head back.
3. If you have a lean back chair, lift your arms in the air and lean back for a nice stretch.
а) Pre-reading Activity
T: Answer the questions:
1. Have you ever heard about Hampton School in Great Britain? What do you know about it?
2. Have a look at the pictures in your textbook. Can you see girls in these pictures? 3. What conclusion can we made looking at these pictures?
T.: Yes, you are right. This school is for boys only. Hampton Independent School for boys, aged 11 -18, is one of the most ancient in Great Britain. It was founded in 1556/7. For over 450 years Hampton School has been helping boys to fulfill their potential and realize their aspirations. You may find more information about it on a link http://hamptonschool.org.uk/The-School.aspx.
б) While-reading Activity. Exercise 4 page 52
T.: Read silently the interview about Hampton School, given by the school headmaster. Refer his answers (A-F) to the questions (1-6).
1. When does school open and close?
2. How are the boys organized?
3. What about the curriculum, GCSEs and A levels?
4. What language do you teach?
5. Do you have to play a particular sport?
6. How easy is it to get in?
A) A very broad curriculum is characteristic of the first three years. At GCSE boys study seven subjects and three options from thirteen and at A Level from five to six subjects from a range of thirty.
B) At 6 am and 10 pm usually. However, we like boys to arrive from 8 am and after school, they can work in the library till 5 pm.
C) The modern languages are French, German, Spanish and Russian. And one of the first three can be chosen as the first language studies with the opportunity to start a second language in the Third Form.
D) It is difficult to say. It depends on whether Hampton is right for the boy as much as whether the boy is right for Hampton. Each year there are large numbers of applicants who take the entrance exam.
E) They are in forms of about 25, usually less, some a little more. Each Form has a Form Tutor.
F) All boys can choose the sport they wish to play. In the First Year, they can pick football or rugby. In the Third Year, they can also row. The summer games are cricket, tennis and athletics. Swimming and badminton are available too.
в) After-reading Activity
T.: Let’s check your answers. Now read them aloud one by one.
Answers: 1. B; 2.E; 3.A; 4.C; 5.F; 6.D
T.: We are going to work in small groups of 4 or 5. Each group will have its own topic for discussion. Discuss it in your group. Define who will talk for a whole class. Record his or her speech on a smart phone and send it to me.
Topic 1: The system of education in our country, Ukraine.
Topic 2: The system of education in the UK.
Topic 3: The system of education in the USA.
T.: Fill in a chart “Can you …in English?”
Can you …in English? + Yes, I can.
read and understand about education
listen and understand about school
talk about school life
understand and use the 1st Conditional
ask for opinions about educational systems,
agree or disagree with them
express your own opinions about schooling
write an application letter for the course study
Ш. Заключна частина уроку
T.: Let’s summaries what we have done. Answer my questions using a microphone.
1. What theme have we learnt?
2. Do you like it? Was it interesting for you?
3. What was the aim of today’s lesson?
4. What was difficult for you? Why?
5. Was this lesson useful for your? Why?
6. What activities do you like most all?
7. What was difficult for you?
Our lesson has come to the end. Come to me with your daybooks to receive your points.