1) Осуществить контроль над пройденным
материалом по данной теме в форме ролевой игры.
2) Приблизить общение учащихся к
непринужденному иноязычному общению.
3) Проследить взаимосвязь нескольких аспектов
4) Применить полученные знания на практике.
- учащиеся одеты в специфическую одежду,
свойственную определенным группам граждан
- инвалиды; бездомные; богатые; молодые мамы;
участники ВОВ; безработные);
- оформлены 2 кабинета (мед.служба и соц.защита);
- стены оформлены проектами учащихся по данной
- магнитофон (имитация звука пения птиц), т.к.
действие происходит в парке.
Good morning! I am glad to see you here, take your seats and let’s
begin our lesson
which is devoted today to the topic "Is the system of Social Welfare
learnt a lot of information about systems of social welfare in different
country has its own advantages and disadvantages both in social services
and in medical
I am sure that every country is good in its own way. And today we’ll
attention to these services in the Russian Federation.
The aim of our lesson is to sum up our knowledge and to put it into
try to do it not in a usual form, but in the form of a role-play. I’ll
be a special
correspondent from the Russian newspaper "Arguments and Facts” and
you’ll play the
roles of Russian citizens.
I am going to organize an opinion poll of different categories of
concerning their life styles and problems they have. Now I am in one of
the most popular
parks and meet people who are old……. (дети угадывают – the elderly)
A correspondent: – Good afternoon! – How do you do?
the elderly: – How do you do?
(2 persons- a grandmother and a grandfather):–Tell me some words
about your life,
the elderly: – On the one hand, our life is not so difficult because
we don’t go to
work; have adult children, who are not a burden any more we have much
time to meet with
friends/read, travel, go in for sports, work in the garden.
A grandfather: on the other hand, we become ill and disabled become a
burden to our
children; suffer the fear of death; have financial problems; become
incapable of living
independently; need regular care and nursing; lose friends and spouses.
A correspondent: Don’t you have any benefits?
A grandmother: We know that some people are entitled to various
benefits but they
don’t receive them because they don’t understand the complicated system.
A grandfather: And we are not able to fill in all these forms.
A correspondent: Oh, I see thank you. Going forward I hear two young
Hello. How is it getting on? How is your baby?
Oh, you see. It’s very difficult to bring him up because I am a
single parent. I
haven’t enough time and money to live some degree of dignity that’s why I
am always in
despair. And what about your baby?
We love our child very much. She is our joy. We can’t imagine our
life without her.
She is our hope; she is so clever and nice. Don’t worry I am sure
everything will be all
right. Don’t you get help from the government?
I haven’t heard about it. Do we really have the right to any
Ведущий: Near these women I notice a person who took part in the
War (учащийся – a veteran) and a person who is out of work (- the
playing chess and talking.
the unemployed: - Did you get your pension yesterday?
the veteran: - Yes, of course.
Are you satisfied with it?
On the whole it is all right. And you? Do you have any problems?
Problems? My life is a problem. I am not living; I am surviving
because they retired me
some days ago. I have no money and I can’t find a job.
Why don’t you claim for help from our government?
I don’t do it because I am too proud to apply for help, I’d rather
live below a
A correspondent - Near the veterans on the next bench is lying a poor
without a home (учащиеся- the homeless)
A correspondent: - Hello! May I ask you a question? (2 раза).
The homeless: - What do you want? Don’t disturb me, I am sleeping.
How is your life?
You call it a life. It’s not a life, it’s nothing and I am nothing
because I am
alone, my wife left me and took our children away; I have no home. I
have no money, I am
hungry and cold and nobody helps me.
Two girls who have much money (the rich) coming to the park and
problems (parties; hairdressers; make-up; friends)
Hi, Iriny! How are you?
Did you go to the party yesterday?
Oh, yes it was unforgettable. And what do you think about it?
Yes, it was perfect because I rested in a good way. We danced,
friends and just spent our time brilliantly.
Where did you buy such a nice dress? You looked so smart yesterday.
Don’t you know a new supermarket was opened not long ago? It is very
because you can not only buy things there but also you may visit a
saloon (see a make-up
artist; and so on)
Oh, really; that’s nice and can you give me the address?
the homeless: - Ladies, ladies, give me some money, please
ladies: - Oh, again that dirty, smelling beggars!
(take money from their pockets and give it to the homeless)
the homeless: - How kind of you! Thank you.
A correspondent: - On my way back I met one more person who is not
able to work (the
How is it getting on?
the disabled: - It’s common knowledge that life in the Russian
difficult for all people and I am not an exception. I am an invalid
because I lost my leg
in Afghanistan war. I am not able to work, to earn money on my own and
to live some degree
of dignity. I need a regular medical care but nobody helps me, neither
my relatives nor
A correspondent: - Don’t all of you know about the system of social
welfare in your
One day passed
An action takes place at two services (Social Service and Medical
оформляем 2 кабинета. У медика – халат;
фонендоскоп; прибор для измерения давления;
таблетки; шприцы; вата; пластырь; рецепты).
A general practitioner: - Good afternoon, come in, please.
the disabled: - Good afternoon! I’d like to have a health certificate
health that I really cannot work to earn money on my own.
the elderly: - And we’d like to have a prescription for free
medicines for our heart
which often suffers from attacks.
the G.P.: - Oh, I see. But first of all let’s me examine you. Let’s
me sound your
heart and lungs and fell the pulse. Okay.
So I’ll give you these papers but besides you should fill in some
the disabled: Try to guess / give synonyms
- have the right to (be entitled to)
- a doctor (general practitioner)
- very big / extensive (massive)
- a fee (contribution)
- a person who gives work (employer)
- take tablets (be on antibiotics)
- a pension (retirement)
- spots / zits (ache vulgaris)
- high temperature (a bout of fever)
- people who lose spouses (the widowed)
- give smb. smth. (provide)
- ask for smth (claim)
- death of children (mortality)
- a baby (infant)
- lack of smth (shortage of)
- a benefit for buying a car (mobility allowance)
- reduced (discount)
- an allowance for women who leave work to have a baby (maternity
the elderly: Add one word to make a proper combination
|medical………….(care / aid)
the G.P.: - All right. Everything is in order. Here are your papers.
У социального работника на столе компьютер,
органайзер, книги учета, бумаги.
A social worker: - Good afternoon! Come in, please. What would you
the mothers: - We’d like to know something about the rights we are
the social worker: - But first of all you should fill in some forms
prepositions where necessary)
So your income is low. And of course you have the right to a monthly
which is 83 roubles.
the mothers: - Oh, it is too little. It’s just impossible to bring a
baby up on such
the war veteran: - And what about me? Do I have the right to
the social worker: - Yes, of course. You have 50% payment for
But before getting them we need some facts about personality; please
write down this.
Choose the correct variant for these sentences (на
1) In Russia the war veterans have 50% reduced payment for……..in a
b) medical care
2) The system of medical care doesn’t work well because of
b) shortage of money c) insurance
3) In Russia medical service is……………
a) very expensive
b) free of charge
4) Some elderly people think that they are……to children
5) In a welfare state the unemployed receive……………
Okay, thank you. Here is the paper proving your rights.
Возвращаемся в кабинет медика
the homeless: - Can I get free medical treatment?
the G.P.: - Come in, please. What’s the problem?
the homeless: - You see, some teenagers beat me rudely and I need
the G.P.: - Oh, poor thing. Of course I’ll help you because
every category of
Russian citizens is entitled to free medical care. Tell me some facts
Collect the words from letters (на доске)
the G.P. (лепит пластырь, вытирает лицо; мажет
Возвращаемся в кабинет социального
the rich: - And what about us? Are we entitled to any benefits? (нагло,вызывающе)
the social worker: - Please, fill in some forms.
Connect the sentences using conjunctions
(while; although \ though; in spite of \ despite; because of)
- She doesn’t stop working…..
- I didn’t fell better…………..
- Some retired people need regular medical care………….
- The doctor prescribed him some medicine………………………..
- Many people visit private dentists…
- He couldn’t continue his treatment
|a) although they can treat teeth free of charge
b) despite being old
c) although they continue working
d) in spite of the fact that he was not ill
e) although I drank medicine and used tablets
- You see, your income is too high and unfortunately. We can not give
you any benefits.
the rich: - Are you kidding?
The teacher: - So, thank you for your participation in our role-play.
everything up, Is the system of social welfare in Russia Fair? What are
the advantages and
disadvantages of social and medical services in Russia?
P-s: P1, P2, P3, ……….etc. (I think; suppose; guess; believe)
A correspondent: - What else do you think we can do to make our life
P1; P2; P3 …………….etc (предлагают свои идеи)
the teacher: - And what about you, personally? Would you like to work
in such spheres
as medical or social. And why?
P1; P2: P3; P4……….etc.
Making a conclusion we must admit that we shouldn’t be in
despair and we should
always hope for the best. Is that so?
Peфлексия: - Did you like our lesson? Why? Is it necessary to
P1; P2: P3………..etc. The lesson is over. Thank you for your work my
Your marks………. You may be free.