Урок английского языка в 10 «В» классе мбу лицея №6 г о. Тольятти Тема: «Lifestyle in the Modern World. The World Heritage. Hero: Leonid Roshal» Учитель: Горбатенко Светлана Анатольевна



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Тема: «Lifestyle in the Modern World. The World Heritage.

Hero: Leonid Roshal »

Учитель: Горбатенко Светлана Анатольевна

МБУ лицей № 6

г.о. Тольятти

2014г.

Цели:

Обучающая: совершенствование учащимися навыка общения на английском языке по теме: Стиль жизни в современном мире и закрепления знаний по изучаемой теме, совершенствование навыка понимания прослушанной информации и речевой компетентности.
Развивающая: тренировка психических функций учащихся (памяти, мышления), а также закрепление навыков и умений межличностного общения; способности логичного изложения мыслей.
Воспитывающая: формирование мульти культурного отношения к носителям и традициям изучаемого языка, совершенствование умения выражать и отстаивать свою точку зрения.

Задачи: активизировать лексику предыдущих уроков по теме «Lifestyle in the Modern World», совершенствовать коммуникативные компетентности в монологической и диалогической речи на основе прочитанных и прослушанных текстов.

Формы работы: фронтальная, групповая, парная

Форма проведения урока: комбинированный

Тип урока: итогово-обобщающий

Используемые технологии: технология коммуникативного обучения,

технология дебатов, технология проблемного обучения



Материальное обеспечение (оборудование): Учебно-методический комплекс: УМК «Starlight» - 10 , авторы: К.М.Баранова, Д. Дули, В.В.Копылова, Р.П.Мильруд , В.Эванс Москва, «Просвещение», Express Publishing 2010

Ресурсы урока: ноутбук, Class CD к учебнику, сайт дополнительных образовательных ресурсов УМК «Английский в фокусе» http://www.prosv.ru/umk/starlight

План урока

1.Организационный момент (2мин.)

Вступительное слово учителя: Hello, students!

Today we’re going to discuss one of the most interesting themes; Слайд 1.

Lifestyle in the Modern World

What makes our life better in the modern time?


Try to choose from this list: (на доске следующий список) Слайд 2.


  • The way we look

  • The food we eat

  • The clothes we wear

  • Education, the future profession, career

  • Technology

  • Transport

  • Communication

  • Entertainment

2.Учебный разговор учитель-ученик (5 мин.)



Учитель: Could you express your ideas about the problems we are going to solve at the lesson?

Students: We are going to discuss the issues of our lifestyle…

Teacher: You are right. What would you like to start with? (Начало дискуссии учащихся)

Student1: I think the way we look is important for all the teenagers, especially, for girls.

Student2: Well, I am of different opinion; the boys are also worried about the way they look. They try to wear designer labels to look trendy and modern!

Student3: I think that clothes change a person's appearance. People automatically divide other people by how they are dressed. If you see a woman or a man wearing a suit, you assume she/he is a businessperson or professional of some kind. Whereas, if someone is wearing jeans and a black shirt and leather jacket, you assume he is a student or rider on a motorcycle. People wear different clothes in different situations. We wear things to work that we would not necessarily wear at the weekend or on holiday. Some people even change their look according to their mood or the weather. Often, people wear black or other dark colours when they are feeling down. We can change our appearance simply by wearing a different colour. Sometimes, when people often change their clothes they may become a fashion designer.
3.Совершенствование навыка понимания прослушанного текста.

Аудирование текста. Упр.3,стр.143.

Выполнение задания в формате ЕГЭ. (5мин.)

Teacher: You will hear an interview with a fashion designer. For statements 1-7,

choose A, B or C to complete each statement correctly.



1. Patrick feels that wearing accessories

A helps people to be unique.

B might make you look overdressed.

C can improve the appearance of clothes.

2. One thing Patrick enjoys about his work is

A selling expensive items.

B owning his own shop.

C working in two cities.

3. Patrick thinks that what helped make him famous was

A working on a popular market stall.

B getting an opportunity from a fashion magazine.

C studying at a well-known fashion college.

4. Patrick prefers to use leather because

A it has many advantages.

B it is a soft material.

C it is a natural product.

5. A lot of fashion designers are beginning to

A avoid man-made materials.

B make eco-friendly products.

C stop using chemical dyes.

6. Patrick gets an inspiration

A from animals found in nature.

B from his past studies in libraries.

C from looking at the world around him.

7. Patrick is looking forward to

A working on designs for a popular shop.

B creating costumes for a television company.

C taking a long holiday next month.

(the keys:1.-C,2.-C, 3.-B,4.-A, 5.-B, 6.-C, 7.-A.)



4.Монологические высказывания учащихся о моде в жизни подростка. (3 мин.)

Student4: I think that fashion in teenagers' lives is very important.

First of all my friends and I dress casually. Basically we wear what suits us and what we feel comfortable in and I think this is what influences our style choice. We all give each other advice on what suits us or not and help each other in this respect. Both boys and girls wear jeans and trainers every day and we all wear T-shirts or shirts. Sometimes the girls wear tops with low necklines or they wear skirts instead of jeans. As I have got older I have been able to make my own choice of clothes whereas previously I wore what my parents bought for me. I probably wear more colours now - I particularly like colourful shirts! I think I am not extremely fashion conscious but I take pride in my appearance.



Student 5: I think young people are generally concerned about fashion because it helps them feel more self-confident.

I think designer labels are worth the price if it is a classic piece of clothing or footwear because you pay for excellent quality and the item will always look good. They are not worth the price if you are only going to wear it a few times because unless you have a lot of money it is a waste.



Student 6: People are often judged by others on what they wear because clothes give the first impression of a person. If someone is wearing old jeans to a job interview it will not give a good impression. I don't judge people by the clothes they wear. I prefer to judge people by their character and their actions. However, I always notice people's clothes if they are especially striking.

Student 7: I think fashion companies target girls and boys because they are in the business of selling clothes, shoes and accessories.

5. Контроль речевых компетентностей. Учащиеся делают монологические высказывания об изменениях в различных сферах современной жизни.

Teacher: Well, I think your life has become easier, faster, and more comfortable. How has the lifestyle changed?

Students’ answers: Our lifestyle has changed a lot. We can find out some innovations in shopping, transport, food, communication, education and entertainment.

Shopping: Shopping has become more than simply a necessary activity; it is now a social event. Shopping malls with their air-conditioned environment provide places where people can go to spend their free time. Online shopping is the latest modern trend.

Transport: Modern life involves faster transport links to places near and far. Cars, airplanes and high speed trains are now taken for granted.

Communication: Modern communications are fast and the tools for communication are getting smaller and smaller and easier to take everywhere you go. Mobile phones, iPods and laptop computers are seen everywhere thanks to wireless connections.

Education: More and more people are learning online. People of all ages are taking up courses to learn new skills and also to learn about modern technology and how to use it efficiently in their jobs.

Entertainment: Many young people today also rely on their computers for entertainment. The cinema, theatre; concerts are forms of entertainment that are also improved with technological advances. This is another characteristic of modern life.

6. Задание поискового характера по прочитанному тексту. (7 мин.)

Teacher: Try to do the following task: think about innovations in modern life and come to an agreement about positive and negative features of them. Look at the table and fill it with positive and negative features in innovations of our time.
Innovations of modern life


Spheres of life

positive features

negative features

Shopping

Online shopping, saving time

The lack of good quality

Transport







Communication







Education







Entertainment






Проверка выполненного задания учащимися.



Innovations of modern life


Spheres of life

positive features

negative features

Shopping

Online shopping, saving time

The lack of good quality

Transport

A lot of fast and comfortable means of transport,

saving the time



Planes are rather expensive and dangerous

Some means of transport are not available for all the population



Communication

Fast, small, easy to carry, available for lots of people, many gadgets have wireless connection getting any information or news at any time you want


The lack of real communication face to face,

spending a lot of time in the Internet,

computer addiction


Education

learning online,

taking different courses,

getting any information at any time you want,

reading new books



Some information can be harmful or not true,

Bad for your eyes and health



Entertainment

Watching films, cartoons,

Listening to concerts, music

Playing computer games


Virtual life in unreal world,

The lack of face to face communication



7. Обсуждение проблемы выбора профессии и получения высшего образования



( 4мин.)

Teacher: Well, it isn’t a secret that you can’t achieve your goal in life without getting a good education. Let’s argue about this.

Student 8: Frankly speaking, I believe that education and future career are more serious issues to argue about. We are lucky, because we have a wide choice of getting a profession in modern life. We can learn on-line without leaving our home, it is possible to learn any languages, useful skills and some professional habits…Even a decade ago it was impossible. Thanks to the Internet and other means of communication we have a lot of opportunities in getting knowledge in any sphere of life. What’s more, we can become the participants of exchange programmes studying

Abroad and practicing English…


Teacher: How can a person achieve any success in his career and life? I would like you to read the text about a world famous Russian doctor Roshal.Парная работа учащихся.

Чтение текста упр.3 стр.150 “ A Modern Russian Hero”(6мин.) (слайд –портрет)


Заполните пробелы в тексте производными словами.
Ответы :

  1. reputation

2) national

3) secondary

4) professionally

5) throughout

6) decoration

Вопросы по прочитанному тексту:

1. Where does Professor Roshal work?

2. What made the professor decide to become a pediatrician?

3. What qualities does the professor think a doctor should possess?

4. Why is he a modern Russian hero?

Well, do you know other world-famous people who achieved the goal in their life and became both world-famous and very rich thanks to their talent and abilities?
Student 1: It seems to me that I can name such a person. He is Bill Gates.
Teacher: Once he said:’ Success is a lousy teacher. It seduces smart people into thinking they can’t lose.’ What can you say about his statement?
(Students’ answers)


"Success is a lousy teacher. It seduces smart people into thinking they can't lose."

Teacher: Read the extract of his biography and do the task, please. Put the paragraphs of the text in the right order.

Bill Gates


Bill Gates was born William Henry Gates III on October 28, 1955, in Seattle, Washington. Gates began to show an interest in computer programming at the age of 13 at the Lakeside School. He pursued his passion through college. Striking out on his own with his friend and business partner Paul Allen, Gates found himself at the right place at the right time.
Bill Gates grew up in an upper middle-class family with two sisters: Kristianne, who is older, and Libby, who is younger. Their father, William H. Gates Sr., was a promising law student when he met his future wife, Mary Maxwell. She was an athletic, outgoing student at the University of Washington, actively involved in student affairs and leadership. The Gates family atmosphere was warm and close, and all three children were encouraged to be competitive and strive for excellence. Bill showed early signs of competitiveness coordinating family athletic games at their summer house. He also relished in playing board games and excelled at Monopoly.
Bill had a very close relationship with his mother, Mary, who after a brief career as a teacher devoted her time to helping raise the children and working on civic affairs and with charities. Bill was a voracious reader as a child, spending many hours pouring over reference books such as the encyclopedia. Around the age of 11 or 12, Bill's parents began to have concerns about his behavior. He was doing well in school, but he seemed bored at times. His parents worried he might become a loner. Though they were strong believers in public education, when Bill turned 13, they enrolled him at Seattle's Lakeside School, an exclusive preparatory school. He blossomed in nearly all his subjects, excelling in math and science.

In 1970, at the age of 15, Bill Gates went into business with his pal, Paul Allen. They developed a computer program that monitored traffic patterns in Seattle, and earned $20,000 for it. Gates and Allen wanted to start their own company, but Gates’ parents wanted him to finish school and go on to college where they hoped he would work to become a lawyer.


Bill Gates graduated from Lakeside in 1973. He scored 1590 out of 1600 on the college IQ test, a feat of intellectual achievement that for several years he boasted about when introducing himself to new people.
Gates enrolled at Harvard University in the fall, originally thinking of a career in law. But his freshman year saw him spend more of his time in the computer lab than in class. Gates did not really have a study regimen. Instead, he could get by on a few hours of sleep, cram for a test, and pass with a reasonable grade. He was expelled from the University for missing the studies. Leaving it, he told the professors that he would become a millionaire by 30 years old. But Bill was wrong. He became a billionaire at 31. Bill is the father of three children: two daughters and one son. Bill Gates, the founder of Microsoft Company, retired in February 2014. In spite of this, he earns 250 dollars a second, about 22 million a day or 7,8 billion dollars a year.



Task

Put the extracts in the right order in the text.

Bill was a voracious reader as a child, spending many hours pouring over reference books such as the encyclopedia. Around the age of 11 or 12, Bill's parents began to have concerns about his behavior. He was doing well in school, but he seemed bored at times. His parents worried he might become a loner. Though they were strong believers in public education, when Bill turned 13, they enrolled him at Seattle's Lakeside School, an exclusive preparatory school. He blossomed in nearly all his subjects, excelling in math and science.


Gates enrolled at Harvard University, originally thinking of a career in law. But his freshman year saw him spend more of his time in the computer lab than in class. Gates did not really have a study regimen. Instead, he could get by on a few hours of sleep, cram for a test, and pass with a reasonable grade. He was expelled from the University for missing the studies.

In 1970, at the age of 15, Bill Gates went into business with his pal, Paul Allen. They developed a computer program that monitored traffic patterns in Seattle, and earned $20,000 for it. Gates and Allen wanted to start their own company, but Gates’ parents wanted him to finish school and go on to college where they hoped he would work to become a lawyer.
Bill Gates graduated from Lakeside in 1973. He scored 1590 out of 1600 on the college IQ test, a feat of intellectual achievement that for several years he boasted about when introducing himself to new people.
Leaving it, he told the professors that he would become a millionaire by 30 years old. But Bill was wrong. He became a billionaire at 31. Bill is the father of three children: two daughters and one son. Bill Gates, the founder of Microsoft Company, retired in February 2014. In spite of this, he earns 250 dollars a second, about 22 million a day or 7,8 billion dollars a year.

Bill Gates was born William Henry Gates III on October 28, 1955, in Seattle, Washington. Gates began to show an interest in computer programming at the age of 13 at the Lakeside School. He pursued his passion through college. Striking out on his own with his friend and business partner Paul Allen, Gates found himself at the right place at the right time.


Bill had a very close relationship with his mother, Mary, who after a brief career as a teacher devoted her time to helping raise the children and working on civic affairs and with charities.


Bill Gates at the stadium

Questions to the students:




  1. When and where was Bill Gates born?

  2. At what age did he begin to show an interest in computer programming?

  3. Who did he have a very close relationship with?

  4. Did Bill have a lot of friends at school?

  5. What university did he enroll?

  6. How did he earn his first money?

  7. Which company did Gates found?

  8. What helped him become famous?

  9. Why is Bill Gates considered to be one of the richest persons in the world?

  10. Would you like to follow his example? Why? Why not?




A Modern Russian Hero

8. Обсуждение проблемы быстрого питания в жизни современного человека.( 2мин.)


Student 9: Education is very important, the future career is also great, but what about the food we eat?

It seems to me that the food we eat is more important nowadays because there is some innovation in food, which is rather unhealthy, I mean fast food, Of course, it is very convenient, not very expensive, having meals at a fast food restaurants saves our time and money, but you may have problems with your health if you start eating fast food very often. What do you think?



Student 10; I totally agree with you, but I believe that fast food is a modern phenomenon. People have busy lives and often rely on ready-made take-away meals instead of cooking. As for me, I don’t eat fast food very often because I want to be healthy and fit.
9. Обобщающий этап урока (5 мин.)

Teacher: We have discussed a lot of issues today; all the innovations have made our modern life easier, faster, and more comfortable. What about technology? In which ways does technology make our lives better? Let’s talk about the ways in which technology makes our lives better.

Примерные рассуждения учащихся.



Student 1: Every day I use a computer, I watch the TV, I listen to music on my iPod and I text my friends on my mobile phone. I use the computer to do homework - it's much more convenient than looking at lots of books for information. Instant access to information is important for students and for everyone. Busy executives can conduct their business more efficiently and with Internet access in the home families can get information for anything they might need; from finding a plumber to world news. With mobile phones and the Internet we have instant communication with friends and family all over the world.

Student 2: Of course, it was my parents' and grandparents' generations that invented the technology we all use today. However, when they were younger they did not have access to it as we do today. We are very lucky to benefit from all these inventions and technological discoveries. They make global communication easy and we have a world of entertainment at our fingertips.

Student 3: I think some people are becoming less sociable because of the Internet because they prefer to sit in front of their computer instead of being with people. On the other hand, some people use the Internet to create a social network.

Student 4: May be you are right .Young children should not need to have a mobile phone. They should always be in the care of an adult and therefore a mobile phone is not necessary.

Student 5: Use of computers and mobile phones does raise concerns about their effect on our health. Some say that computer monitors do affect people's eyesight and mobile phones can be harmful to the ear.

Student 6: Mental arithmetic and spelling skills are useful for exercising the brain. Therefore, even though computers can perform these tasks for us, I believe we should also encourage children to learn these tasks.

Student 7: We live in a world where communication happens at such a fast pace that we are getting used to that pace. When things don't go so fast and there is a hold up, we get frustrated because it is not what we are used to.

Student 8: All in all, Thanks to technology our life style has become faster, easier, more convenient and more interesting! I am interested in robots…

10.Подведение итогов, домашнее задание (1мин.)

Teacher: Well, I am sorry for interrupting you, but our lesson is almost over. Thank you very much for your discussion of the theme ‘Lifestyle in the modern world’. You worked really hard and I put you …marks.



Your homework is to find out positive and negative effects in the development of modern technology and make up a table with them.
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