Вчитель англійської мови - /Загребельна Н.М./
Методист - /Колесник М.В./
залікового уроку з англійської мови
проведеного студенткою 4 курсу групи а/ісп
факультету іноземної філології
ХНПУ ім. Г.С. Сковороди Колоди Ксенії Володимирівни
у 7-Б класі спеціалізованої школи №17 м. Харкова
Дата проведення: 21.01.09.
Час проведення: 9.25-10.10
Тема: Lost in the Jungles
Ціль: освітня: перевірити набуті знання з лексичного та граматичного матеріалу, розширити кругозір учнів;
розвивальна: пробудити інтерес до світу джунглів, розвинути фантазію, пам'ять та увагу;
виховна: виховання необхідних людських якостей у екстремальних умовах, творчих навичок.
Тип уроку: урок-засвоєння
Обладнання: на дошці – декілька плакатів з схематичними малюнками, картки з питаннями до діалогу, ведучий – в одежі мандрівника по джунглях, аудіо магнітофон з аудіокасетою.
Good morning, guys! How are you today?
-We're fine, we're in a good mood today!
I hope so, because now we're going to make an extremely interesting travell! Today a very adventurous story waits for us!
II. Speech warming-up and preparation
Before we start travelling answer my questions, please!
In which countries can you see the jungles?
- We can see the jungles in African countries, South America, Australia, India…
You're absolutely right. Today we're going to the Indian jungles! Do you know which animals do live there?
-Yes! There are snakes, monkeys, tigers and other dangerous animals!
I agree with you. What do you think is it dangerous to be lost in the jungles? Why?
- Of course! It's very dangerous, because dangerous animals can kill and eat us if we are lost. We can die of hunger or thirst, we may get wet from tropic rains or hot weather can kill us…
Yes, the jungles are really dangerous for those which were born not there…What feelings do you have if you are lost somewhere?
-Oh! We feel nervous, shock, danger, horror, exhausted…
I can imagine! So it's better not to be lost! Nevertheless it is very interesting to investigate the jungles with other group of teenagers, which are in the Indian jungles!
III. Work in pairs (a creative task).
But first of all I want to listen to your small stories! Work in pairs now and compose small dialogues now. I give some minutes to be prepared!
(A teacher gives them cards with the task they need to do)
Compose a small dialogue
One person asks, another person answers!!!
Ask your partner: 1) Have you ever been lost
somewhere? (If not – imagine!)
2) When and where it was?
3) How did you find a way out
4) Who did help you?
Thank you for your interesting dialogues!
And now I want to tell you my variant of the way-out! Look at the blackboard! Imagine that you are in the jungles! The sun is shining, the birds are singing, the weather is beautiful, you enjoy walking in the jungles, but then you understand, that you loose your right way, you are lost! Don't panic and scream, don't loose your courage! You should stay at one place, sit down and think carefully without nervous. If you have a mobile phone – you can call someone for help! If you have no phone – don't get upset: there is always a way-out. Try to recall the right direction, try to concentrate and orient in space! If you can't do it – just try to listen to everything around you. Some people's sounds or dogs' barking can help you in this situation. If suddenly you hear sounds of water – you can be happy! Water always can lead you to some people, which can suggest you the right direction. Don't forget, that any river flows down. So look for a slope and find a river or a stream. Early or late you find a house and people! It's your rescue!
IV. Acquaintance with the story
Now open, please, your student's book on page twenty four. Exercise twenty four: Look at the pictures and the title. Where did the story take place? What time was it? Where did the boys go? What scared them? What was strange about the tiger? Can you guess the story?
-The story takes place in the jungle. It was early evening. The boys were going to the village to meet someone. A tiger scared them. It wasn't a real tiger. It was a man in a tiger's skin. The story is about some young men's experience in the jungle.
Yes, you're right. But I think to know the details of this story – that's what we need to do.
V. Listening and work with the text
Let's do exercise twenty five: listen and put the pictures in the correct order. Listen again and circle the correct item.
(The students are listening to the text twice)
-Pictures: A-4; B-6; C-1; D-2; E-5; F-3.
1. The three friends were going to a small village.
2. As it got dark, the boys lost their way.
3. When they heard Abi's story the three friends felt relieved.
Yes, it's correct. And now we're going to do exercise twenty six: read the story and fill in the sentences(A-E). There is one extra sentence that you do not need.
(The students are working on their own and then a teacher checks the exercise together with the students)
O'k. If you're ready – answer, please!
-We screamed because we were sure it would kill us. The villagers were expecting us, but we were already four hours late. The "tiger" stood up, and a young man took off the striped skin covering his head and shoulders. He ran towards us, pointing desperately at a large, dark shape moving through the trees. "Tiger!" he whispered urgently pointing at a large, dark shape moving silently toward us through the trees. 1-B, 2-E, 3-A and 4-C.
You are right. And who can tell me which the climax event of the story?
-What is the climax event?
The climax event is the most dramatic event in the story. Now discuss, please, this moment and answer my question!
(The students are discussing in pairs)
-The moment the tiger leapt at them roaring loudly!
Yes, exactly! I agree with you.
VI. Summation and home task.
Now, guys, the lesson is finishing. Tell me, please, do you like the story and why?
-Yes, we really liked it! This story is interesting, full of adventures, surprising at its end!
I agree with you, I like it too. Write down your home task, please! You need to do exercise 26 (c, d) and exercise twenty seven (a, b) on page twenty five. Thank you for your work today! The lesson is over.