1) Практические – совершенствование навыков аудирования, говорения на основе прослушанного;
- развитие навыков устной, письменной речи;
- активизация грамматики "wish”;
- обучение чтению с извлечением части информации;
- Расширение кругозора учащихся по теме «Характер человека»;
- укрепление у учащихся позитивного отношения к школе, учителям;
- воспитание дружеского отношения к педагогам;
- развитие инициативности, творческого подхода к урокам, актерских качеств.
Оснащение урока: плакаты с изображением учителя, клятвы учителя; фотографии учителей; аудиозаписи для аудирования.
I. Warm up /Драматизация
"Tom saves Becky from whipping” (from the book "English for enjoyment” by Rozhkova) стр. 158-159.
Place: a classroom.
Becky: Tom Sawyer, it’s very bad of you to sneak up on a person and look at what they are looking at.
Tom: How could I know you were looking at anything?
Becky: You ought to be ashamed of yourself Tom! I know you’re going to tell on me, and oh, what shall I do, what shall I do! Mr. Dobbins will whip me and I never was whipped at school. Be so bad if you want to! I know what will happen. You just wait and you’ll see! Hateful, hateful! (runs out of the room).
Tom: (to himself) How foolish the girls are! Never been whipped in school! The girls are so thin-skinned and chicken-hearted. Well, of course I shall not tell Mr. Dobbins on this little fool. But what of it? Mr. Dobbins will ask who tore his book. Nobody will answer. Then he’ll do the way ha always does – ask the first one and then the other and when he comes to the right girls he’ll know it without any telling because girls’ faces always tell on him.
Place: the classroom.
Mr. Dobbins: Who tore this book? (nobody answers) Ben Rogers, did you tear this book?
Ben Rogers: No, sir, I didn’t.
Mr. Dobbins: Joseph Harper, did you?
Joseph H.: No, sir, I didn’t.
Mr. Dobbins: Amy Lawrence, did you tear the book?
Amy: No, sir, I didn’t.
Mr. Dobbins: Grace Miller?
Grace: No, sir.
Mr. Dobbins: Susan Harper, did you tear the book?
Mr. Dobbins: Becky Thatcher, did you tear – no, look me in the face, did you tear this book?
Tom: I did it!
II. Речевая зарядка
T: We have seen a scene from "The Adventures of Tom Sawyer”. What can you say about the teacher Mr. Dobbins? What kind of a person was he? Give him a characteristic.
Ps: (cruel, strict, insensitive, unsympathetic)
T: Good of you, you gave a right characteristic on this teacher. Do you know other adjectives to describe a person? Let’s revise them.
Try to use every letter of the English alphabet to begin the adjective with.
A: active, aggressive
D: dull, disorganized
G: generous, greedy
H: honest, helpful
I: insensitive, intolerant
O: open-hearted, outdoing
P: purposeful, patient
R: reserved, reliable
S: selfish ,shy, sympathetic
W: wise, witty
X: xenial [zi:nicl] гостеприимный
Y: yellow dog
Z: zippy – живой, яркий
Zealous [zelcs] – ярый, усердный
II. Обучение аудированию Ex. 4 p. 62
T: Look through the adjectives and think about your teachers. Look at this poster: are your teachers like this? What kinds of person are they? You’ve done a survey about the teachers. Their task was to choose one of the chocolates, which were of different shapes: spiral, oval, rectangular, triangular, diamond shape, round, square. Today we are going to listen to the radio program in which personalities are described according of different shapes. Listen and decide if the personalities of your teachers are the same as they are described in the program.
(Плакат с фотографиями учителей и воображаемыми ими конфетами на доске).
Presenter: And that was the latest from the "Carnivores”. Er, an interesting article in today’s "Mirror” here. It says that you can tell someone’s personality by the kind of chocolate they choose. Yes, really, listen to this. It says if you choose a round chocolate, you’re a very sociable person. If you choose a square chocolate, then you’re very honest and reliable. Do you believe this? It says people choose oval chocolate are very creative, and if you choose a rectangular one, you are a sympathetic person, a good listener. Mm, what about me? Well, I always go for those spiral ones, and according to this, I’m dynamic – but very disorganised! Is that true? Suppose it is. Now, then if you choose a diamond-shaped chocolate, you probably materialistic and interested in money, and, oh dear, people who choose a triangular chocky and insensitive. This is all in a new book by a psychotherapist from New Zealand called…
T: Do you agree with these descriptions. Use the adjectives you’ve written to give your opinion. (I think, In my opinion, as for as, I understand, I suppose …)
III. Обучение чтению
1) T: You have given your opinion about teachers’ personalities. There is a good quotation about them.
"The mediocre teacher tells. The good teacher explains. The superior teacher demonstrates. The great teacher inspires”
2) T: Do you know good, superior, great teachers? Do we have such teachers at our lyceum? You have read about a great teacher at home, this teacher can inspire his pupils.
Ex. 2, p. 78 Open your books.
3) Let’s revise the (new) words:
to be good at
to be a bit lazy
to become interested in
Look through the text once again and prove the fact that Mr. Jenkins is great teacher. Read these lines.
IV. Повторение грамматики "Wish clauses”
T: By the way what grammar material is used in the story? P1: wish clauses.
1) find the sentences with wish clauses in the text read and translate them
2) Use wish clauses to finish the sentence and the adjectives on the topic "Teachers’ character” I wish my teacher would …
1) Speak about your teacher using "wish clauses