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План открытого урока по английскому языку в 11-м классе. Тема: “Welcome to Russia!”

Кочергина Ирина Геннадьевна, учитель английского языка МКОУ СОШ № 17 р.п. Юрты, Тайшетского района.

План открытого урока по английскому языку в 11-м классе.

Обоснование проблемы: снижение чувства патриотизма у нынешних школьников.

Актуальность проблемы: Как пробудить в ребёнке чувство любви к Родине, родному краю?

Тема: Welcome to Russia!”

Цели урока: повышение мотивации учащихся в изучении английского языка посредством связи процесса изучения языка с реальной жизненной ситуацией; обобщение и закрепление материала по теме, взаимосвязанное коммуникативное и социокультурное развитие школьников средствами иностранного языка и ИКТ, знакомcтво учащихся с творчеством писателей Иркутской области.


Задачи: - развивающий аспект:

  • развивать коммуникативные умения (сравнение и сопоставление речевых единиц, формулирование основной мысли высказывания);

  • развивать умения работать с информацией;

  • развивать и поддерживать интерес к предмету.

- обучающий аспект:

  • формирование коммуникативной компетенции и расширение страноведческого кругозора учащихся,

  • активизация изученного лексико-грамматического материала,

  • развитие речевой активности;

  • формирование умения анализировать, систематизировать, обобщать полученные знания;

  • формирование навыков самоконтроля; повышение ИКТ - компетентности учащихся.

  • увеличение объёма знаний об особенностях культуры родной страны, знакомство с достопримечательностями Москвы, Иркутска;

  • развивать у учащихся умение творчески использовать усвоенный материал в новых ситуациях общения.

- воспитательный аспект:

  • воспитывать у учащихся уважение к истории, традициям России, области,ощутить гордость за свою великую культуру;

  • развивать чувство ответственности за порученное дело, активность, умение быстро принимать решение.

Тип урока: урок с доминированием коммуникативной мотивацией.

Методы: интерактивный, словесный, наглядный, практический.

Оборудование:

Мультимедиа проектор, ПК, мультимедиа презентация, раздаточный материал.

Ожидаемые результаты:

Ожидается, что в ходе уроков учащиеся научатся обобщать, систематизировать, интерпретировать культуроведческую информацию и в дальнейшем использовать её на практике для межкультурного общения. Более того, использование ИКТ-ресурсов на данном уроке значительно повысит мотивацию учащихся к изучению английского языка.






Ход урока


I. Начало урока. Приветствие. Оргмомент.

Teacher: Glad to meet you, dear boys and girls, guests and teachers! We are very happy to see you at our lesson. How are you getting on today? I hope you are fine and are ready to work hard at our lesson. What shall we do today? We are going to deal with the very important problem. Look at the blackboard. Read the proverb. How do you understand it? -What country is your home? -That’s why we are going to speak about Russia at our lesson.

(Учитель обращает внимание учащихся на доску, где написана пословица. Учащиеся отвечают на вопросы учителя и совместно формулируют тему урока). So, the topic of our lesson is “Welcome to Russia!”

II. Презентация темы и задач.

Teacher: Every year a lot of people visit Russia. Our country is fantastic! Imagine, that our guests are from different foreign countries. Try to persuade them to visit our native land- Russia, our region.

III. Фонетическая и речевая зарядка (T-P1, P2)

1. Упражнение “Brainstorming”.

T: Let’s begin from short exercise “Brainstorming”, connected with theme Russia. Please, name me any words connected with this theme. (Well done, I see you know many words on this topic).

2. Тренировка навыков орфографии и произношения.

T:You can see different cards on the blackboard. Make up English words, using these cards. Can you read them?

Учитель привлекает внимание обучающихся к карточкам, на которых записаны части английских слов. Ученики составляют слова и переводят их. За­тем учитель предлагает им прочитать слова.

Карточки:


gua

eign

Lan

cap

ton

gue

cial

ge

ital

for

of

fi


Keys: language, tongue, official, foreign, capital.




3. Повторение лексики по теме. T: There are many different reasons for travelling to Russia. Try to name some of them. (учащиеся заполняют “Word Web”).

Why travel to Russia? to walk, to see the beautiful Russian countryside, to go boating on a river, to meet people, to buy souvenirs, to take part in a celebration (special occasion), to visit new places, to learn about the history of Russia, to practice speaking Russian.

4. T: What is the best way to see a country? This question as well as many others you would probably keep in mind if you decided to visit it. Advise your foreign friends about some ways of travelling in Russia.

P1. I’d like to recommend travelling by ship ( car, plane, train).

5. Отработка лексического материала.

T: Look at the blackboard! Here you can see some words. I want you to read and divide them into 3 groups: nouns, verbs, adjectives.

Language, Russian, like, dish, clothes, live, national, guests, meet, polite, souvenir, hospitable, country, understand, holiday, celebrate, favourite, kind, salt, bread, region.

IV.Систематизация полученных знаний.

1.Teacher: Russia is one of the biggest countries in the world. It has its own national symbols, emblems. It is a country of very old traditions. I think that before planning travelling to Russia foreign friends would probably like to get as much information as possible. What do you know about Russia?

P1: (Russia is my country. It's the biggest country in the world. There are many mountains, rivers, lakes and forests in Russia. The plant and animal worlds of my country are also very rich. The Volga is the longest river in Europe).

T: Tastes differ, says one popular proverb. Every country has its own traditional dishes. What about meals in Russia?

P2:

T: What Russian dishes would you advise your friends?

P3. I’d advise bliny, they are tasty!

P4. I’d recommend okroshka. It’s fantastic!

T: Are you Russian? What nationality are you? What is your national language? What kind of people are the Russians?

P4:

T: Traditions. They make a national special. To my mind many foreigners come to Russia to learn about our traditions and to take part in a celebration.- There are many places to see in our country. What cities would you advise your friends to visit in Russia?

P1:

T:What sights of our capital would you recommend to the foreigners? (The Kremlin, Red Square, the Bolshoi theatre, the Tretyakov Art Gallery).

P3: (Moscow is the capital of Russia. Moscow is one of the biggest and most beautiful cities in the world. It is dear not only to Moscovites, but to all Russians. Moscow stands on the Moskwa-River. The Kremlin is the heart of Moscow. There are a lot of theatres, museums, cinemas, cultural centers and other places of interest: the Tretyakov Art Gallery, the Pushkin Museum, Spasskaya Tower, Red Square, the Bolshoi Theatre).

T: And what do you know about the most popular Russian national souvenir?

P2:

T. I’m sure, that the younger generation, can do very much to make Russia as strong and powerful as it used to be.

T: I think that we can invite foreign friends to our region and show them the beauty of our nature, the riches of ouг land and hospitality of our people.

Irkutsk was founded in 1661.


The ostrog of Irkutsk was founded in 1661/ on the 6-th of July by Yakov Pokhabov. It was situated on the cross roads of the trading routes leading to Mongolia and China. Due to the geographical position Irkutsk grew very quickly. The City was founded on the confluence of the two rivers: the Angara and the Irkut. And the settlement was named after the river Irkut which means speedy, fast flowing.

In 1725 Irkutsk became the capital of Eastern Siberia. It was a big trading centre and in 1686 it was given the status of the City. In 1690 Irkutsk was given the coat of arms which depicts two the animals: one of them is an animal relative to a tiger and it's called "babr", another one is a sable. These animals are symbolic for the power and wealth of Siberia.


IV COMPREHENSION CHECK

1 The settlement was named after

a) the coat of arms of Irkutsk

b) the river which means "speedy, fast flowing"

c) an animal relative to a tiger

d) the trading routes leading to Mongolia and China


2 Are these statements true (T) or False (F) ?

1 Irkutsk was founded on the confluence of the two rivers: the Angara and the Ushakovka.

5 Irkutsk was given the status of the city in 1690.


3 Match a line in A with a line in В

A

1 The capital of Eastern Siberia is

2.Yakov Pokhabov founded the ostrog of Irkutsk

3 The coat of arms of Irkutsk depicts both

В

a) Irkutsk

b) on the sixth of July in 1661

c) an animal relative to a tiger and a sable

V. Минутка релаксации.

Relax a little. Sit up, close your eyes and imagine your favourite sighseeing of Irkutsk.

Open your eyes. What did you imagine?

T: Dear friends! Today we are going to speak about our local writers. Our region is rich in remarkable writers. Of course, you have heard a lot about famous countrymen, writers from Irkutsk and Irkutsk region, about their works and how they are remembered and honoured in our region. A lot of places in our region are connected with different modern local writers and poets. Valentin Rasputin an outstanding writer. Mark Sergeev .And, of course, Alexander Vampilov, his 75th anniversary, we are going to celebrate this year. You are going to read the text about Alexander Vampilov, a playwright. You know his plays are on at different theatres home and abroad.

+Alexander Vampilov was born on the 19 August 1937 in Cheremkhovo, where his mother was brought to the maternity hospital. Sasha spent his childhood and school years in a small settlement Kutulik, not far from Cheremkhovo.

+The Vampilov’s family lived there in a small house. Sasha’s grand grandfather African Fedorovich was fond of theatre and music. His father Valentin Nikitich and his mother Anastasiya Prokopievna were school teachers. The family was very poor and they lived from hand to mouth.

His mother remembered: “Sasha was the youngest in the family. He was kind and curious. He was keen on reading from his early childhood”.

+He was a brilliant scholar and was the best football player.

After finishing school in 1954 Vampilov went to Irkutsk and continued his education at the philological faculty of the State University. His literary career began in 1958, when his first story was published. His pen-name was “Sanin”. He realized that literary work was his calling.

+In 1958 he began working in the newspaper “Sovetskaya molodezh”.

He studied a lot in Moscow, Leningrad. In the next years the writer published his works “Last Summer in Chulimsk”, “The house with a view in the field”, “Farewell in June”, “The eldest son”, “Daglish” and others.

-His works received world wide recognition and were read widely in France, Germany, England, Poland, the USA, Bulgaria.

Since 1972 the metropolitan theatres (in Moscow, Leningrad) began to stage his plays.

Vampilov’s life was successful. He loved his daughter Lena and wife Olga, who shared her husband’s ideas and became his companion in his public activities. But Vampilov’s life stopped on the 17th August 1972. He was drowned in Lake Baikal aged 35.

The life of well-known dramatist Vampilov was connected with Kutulik. The museum was opened at Vampilov’s 50th anniversary in 1987.

The founder of the museum and 1st director U.B. Solomeina was a school teacher. The idea of founding such a museum had been thought of many times (since 1972).

The museum is not large but its unique collections are important not only for Siberia but also literary Russia. It is the only museum in our country. Its collections are housed in a small building in the outskirts of Kutulik. It is Vampilov’s former house.

The collection consists of many photographs, personal things.

The museum received a great number of posters from different theatres in our country and abroad.

Writers, public figures, actors were close friends with Vampilov’s mother and sister and often visited the museum.

The library in Kutulik was named after Vampilov and famous writers gave a gift of 800 volumes to this library.

The streets in Irkutsk and Kutulik, the theatre in Irkutsk were renamed in honour of Vampilov, the great Russian dramatist.

- Read the text


Alexander Vampilov

Alexander Vampilov, who lived from 1937 to 1972, is one of Russia's most famous playwright. He wrote 273 short stories, the book " Coincidence", six plays , including '“The House with the Windows towards the Field"," A Farewell in June" ( 1964),

" The Duck Shooting" (1970), " The Elder Brother" (1970), " The Last Summer in Chulimsk"( 1972) " The Provincial anecdotes" (1961).

Alexander was born in the family of teachers in an old settlement named Kutulic on the 19-th of August in 1937. Kutulic being on the shore of Lake Baikal being neither a towv nor a big village was full of ancient wooden houses, dusty acacias and cows walking slowly along narrow crooked streets. His father, Buryat by birth, was a well-educated teacher of the Russian Literature and his mother was a vice-principal of the school which Alexander went to in Kutulic.

Alexander was named in honour of Alexander Pushkin because the 100-th Anniversary of A. Pushkin's death was widely celebrated across the country that year. He was the last son in the family. Alexander had two brothers and a sister.

His farther, Valentin Vampilov was keen on Pushkin's poetry, but he died when

Alexander was a child. His granny, Alexandra Afrikanovna, like Pushkin's nurse influenced lis thoughts greatly and she read a lot to him. During his school years he read a lot and told lis school friends long and interesting stories. The Russian iterature made a great impression on him. A. Chekhov was his favourite playwright.

After finishing school A. Vampilov entered Irkutsk State University where he read Literature and History. Being a student Alexander began to write short stories and newspaper tides. But he was not the top student but not because of his laziness. He spent much time on performing the plays. He used to play the guitar, write poems and sing songs. A. Vampilov chose for himself the name A. Sanin as a pen-name. The main traits of his character were confidence, sociability, frankness and honesty. A.Vampilov got married to a teacher and had one daughter.

His first literary success was the one-act play " The House with the Windows To­wards the Field" which was written in 1963 and published in 1964.

After graduating the university he worked for the local paper " Sovetskaya Molodyozh" and travelled much across our great country.

Vampilov's life as a writer was not a long one, only for 11 years. He died tragically.

Alexander was drowned in Lake Baikal which he loved very much in August 1972. His boat overturned but he managed to swim to the shore. After reaching the shore his heart stopped beating.

His plays are staged not only in Russia but in many foreign countries either. His plays " The Duck Shooting" and " The Elder Son" were successfully screened. In his plays A. Vampilov depicted the life of Russian people, his characters are ordinary people with their fates and feelings. And the playwright showed their thoughts and feeling with his great sympathy and admiration to them..

In Irkutsk the Theatre for Young Spectators and one street are named after Alexander Vampilov. On the shore of Lake Baikal, at the spot of his death, in Listvyanka, the monument to Alexander Vampilov was erected.


IV COMPREHENSION CHECK

1 There are four answers after each question. Only one is correct. Choose the correct one.

1. Alexander was born in

a) an ancient Siberian city

b) a big town not far from the Angara

c) an old Baikal settlement

d) Kultuc


2 Vampilov was named in honour of

a) his father who was a teacher

b) A. Chekhov, a Russian playwright

c) his granny who read fairy-tales to him

d) A. S. Pushkin, a Russian poet


3 Being a student he spent much time on

a) playing the guitar

b) singing songs

c) writing poems

d) performing the plays

4 His first literary success was the play

a) " The Elder Son"

b) " The Last Summer in Chulimsk

c) " The House with the Windows towards the Field

d) " The Duck Shooting"

5 His life of a playwright lasted for

a) eleven years

b) thirty-five years

c) nineteen years

d) thirty-seven years


2 Are these statements true( T) or false (F)?

1 A. Vampilov used to play the balalaika, the bayan and the garmoshka.

2 The monument to A. Vampilov is erected in Kutulic.

3 All his plays are screened.

4 The main traits of his character were frankness and honesty.

5 A. Vampilov died peacefully in August 1972.


3 Match a line in A with a line in В

A

1 His plays " The Duck Shooting" and "The Elder Son"

2 After reaching the shore

3 His first success was the one-act play

4 He entered the University

5 The settlement was full of ancient houses and cows

В

a) his heart stopped beating

b) which was published in 1964

c) walking slowly along narrow crooked streets

d) where he read History and Literature

e) were successfully screened.

4 Put the sentences into the correct order

1 His boat overturned but he managed to reach the shore.

2 His plays depicted the life of the Russians, his characters were ordinary people with their fates and feelings.

3 A. Vampilov worked for the local paper which was addressed to the young.

4 A. Vampilov chose for himself the name A. Sanin as a pen-name. Alexander was not the top student.

5 Translate the extract starting with " His plays are staged not only in Russia" up to " was erected" into Russian.


DISCUSSION


1 Why are A. Vampilov's works so popular today?

2 Why didn't A. Vampilov move to Moscow , St. Petersburg or abroad but made up his mind to live in Siberia?

VI. Заключительный этап урока. Рефлексия. Подведение итогов урока.

Teacher: What do you think about the lesson? Was it useful for you? What new information have you learned? Have you learnt anything new today? What was the most interesting thing/fact for you? Was the way of learning interesting? What is your attitude to the lesson? (joyful-радостное; indifferent-равнодушное.) -Do you like our lesson today? -What do you like doing most of all?

Teacher: ”Activity is the only road to knowledge” said George Bernard Show and I think that today we had a very interesting and useful lesson. I am satisfied with your work. You are really bright and industrious. Thank you for the lesson. Thank you for your answers and your creative work. I’ll give excellent marks to … and good marks to … .
I'm sure that your good knowledge of English will help you in your future life. Good luck to you!

VII Объяснение домашнего задания. At home you will write a small composition "My native region".

T:The lesson is over, good-bye!









RUSSIA is one of the biggest countries in the world. It is situated in Europe and Asia. Its total area is over 17 million square kilometers. The population of Russia is about 150 million people. Russia has a double- headed eagle as its symbol. It was introduced in Russia in 1497 by Tsar Ivan III.
The national flag of Russia is made up of three stripes: white, blue and red. The white stripe symbolizes nobility (
величие) and revelation (откровение).
The blue stripe symbolizes courage (
смелость), generosity (благородство) and love. The red stripe symbolizes loyalty (преданность) and honesty.
According to old traditions a guest should always be welcomed with the symbol of life – giving food – bread and salt.
The beauty of the ancient towns, their historical and architectural monuments attract tourists from all over the world.

IRKUTSK

The ostrog of Irkutsk was founded in 1661/ on the 6-th of July by Yakov Pokhabov. It was situated on the cross roads of the trading routes leading to Mongolia and China. Due to the geographical position Irkutsk grew very quickly. The City was founded on the confluence of the two rivers: the Angara and the Irkut. And the settlement was named after the river Irkut which means speedy, fast flowing.

In 1725 Irkutsk became the capital of Eastern Siberia. It was a big trading centre and in 1686 it was given the status of the City. In 1690 Irkutsk was given the coat of arms which depicts two the animals: one of them is an animal relative to a tiger and it's called "babr", another one is a sable. These animals are symbolic for the power and wealth of Siberia.

IV COMPREHENSION CHECK

1 The settlement was named after

a) the coat of arms of Irkutsk

b) the river which means "speedy, fast flowing"

c) an animal relative to a tiger

d) the trading routes leading to Mongolia and China


2 Are these statements true (T) or False (F) ?

1 Irkutsk was founded on the confluence of the two rivers: the Angara and the Ushakovka.

5 Irkutsk was given the status of the city in 1690.


3 Match a line in A with a line in В

A

1 The capital of Eastern Siberia is

2.Yakov Pokhabov founded the ostrog of Irkutsk

3 The coat of arms of Irkutsk depicts both

В

a) Irkutsk

b) on the sixth of July in 1661

c) an animal relative to a tiger and a sable


Alexander Vampilov

Alexander Vampilov, who lived from 1937 to 1972, is one of Russia's most famous playwright. He wrote 273 short stories, the book " Coincidence", six plays , including '“The House with the Windows towards the Field"," A Farewell in June" ( 1964),

" The Duck Shooting" (1970), " The Elder Brother" (1970), " The Last Summer in Chulimsk"( 1972) " The Provincial anecdotes" (1961).

Alexander was born in the family of teachers in an old settlement named Kutulic on the 19-th of August in 1937. Kutulic being on the shore of Lake Baikal being neither a towv nor a big village was full of ancient wooden houses, dusty acacias and cows walking slowly along narrow crooked streets. His father, Buryat by birth, was a well-educated teacher of the Russian Literature and his mother was a vice-principal of the school which Alexander went to in Kutulic.

Alexander was named in honour of Alexander Pushkin because the 100-th Anniversary of A. Pushkin's death was widely celebrated across the country that year. He was the last son in the family. Alexander had two brothers and a sister.

His farther, Valentin Vampilov was keen on Pushkin's poetry, but he died when

Alexander was a child. His granny, Alexandra Afrikanovna, like Pushkin's nurse influenced lis thoughts greatly and she read a lot to him. During his school years he read a lot and told lis school friends long and interesting stories. The Russian iterature made a great impression on him. A. Chekhov was his favourite playwright.

After finishing school A. Vampilov entered Irkutsk State University where he read Literature and History. Being a student Alexander began to write short stories and newspaper tides. But he was not the top student but not because of his laziness. He spent much time on performing the plays. He used to play the guitar, write poems and sing songs. A. Vampilov chose for himself the name A. Sanin as a pen-name. The main traits of his character were confidence, sociability, frankness and honesty. A.Vampilov got married to a teacher and had one daughter.

His first literary success was the one-act play " The House with the Windows To­wards the Field" which was written in 1963 and published in 1964.

After graduating the university he worked for the local paper " Sovetskaya Molodyozh" and travelled much across our great country.

Vampilov's life as a writer was not a long one, only for 11 years. He died tragically.

Alexander was drowned in Lake Baikal which he loved very much in August 1972. His boat overturned but he managed to swim to the shore. After reaching the shore his heart stopped beating.

His plays are staged not only in Russia but in many foreign countries either. His plays " The Duck Shooting" and " The Elder Son" were successfully screened. In his plays A. Vampilov depicted the life of Russian people, his characters are ordinary people with their fates and feelings. And the playwright showed their thoughts and feeling with his great sympathy and admiration to them..

In Irkutsk the Theatre for Young Spectators and one street are named after Alexander Vampilov. On the shore of Lake Baikal, at the spot of his death, in Listvyanka, the monument to Alexander Vampilov was erected.


IV COMPREHENSION CHECK

1 There are four answers after each question. Only one is correct. Choose the correct one.

1. Alexander was born in

a) an ancient Siberian city

b) a big town not far from the Angara

c) an old Baikal settlement

d) Kultuc


2 Vampilov was named in honour of

a) his father who was a teacher

b) A. Chekhov, a Russian playwright

c) his granny who read fairy-tales to him

d) A. S. Pushkin, a Russian poet


3 Being a student he spent much time on

a) playing the guitar

b) singing songs

c) writing poems

d) performing the plays

4 His first literary success was the play

a) " The Elder Son"

b) " The Last Summer in Chulimsk

c) " The House with the Windows towards the Field

d) " The Duck Shooting"

5 His life of a playwright lasted for

a) eleven years

b) thirty-five years

c) nineteen years

d) thirty-seven years


2 Are these statements true( T) or false (F)?

1 A. Vampilov used to play the balalaika, the bayan and the garmoshka.

2 The monument to A. Vampilov is erected in Kutulic.

3 All his plays are screened.

4 The main traits of his character were frankness and honesty.

5 A. Vampilov died peacefully in August 1972.


3 Match a line in A with a line in В

A

1 His plays " The Duck Shooting" and "The Elder Son"

2 After reaching the shore

3 His first success was the one-act play

4 He entered the University

5 The settlement was full of ancient houses and cows

В

a) his heart stopped beating

b) which was published in 1964

c) walking slowly along narrow crooked streets

d) where he read History and Literature

e) were successfully screened.

4 Put the sentences into the correct order

1 His boat overturned but he managed to reach the shore.

2 His plays depicted the life of the Russians, his characters were ordinary people with their fates and feelings.

3 A. Vampilov worked for the local paper which was addressed to the young.

4 A. Vampilov chose for himself the name A. Sanin as a pen-name. Alexander was not the top student.

5 Translate the extract starting with " His plays are staged not only in Russia" up to " was erected" into Russian.


DISCUSSION


1 Why are A. Vampilov's works so popular today?

2 Why didn't A. Vampilov move to Moscow , St. Petersburg or abroad but made up his mind to live in Siberia?


























План открытого урока по английскому языку в 11-м классе. Тема: “Welcome to Russia!”
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Обоснование проблемы: снижение чувства патриотизма у нынешних школьников.

Актуальность проблемы: Как пробудить в ребёнке чувство любви к Родине, родному краю?

Тема:                       WelcometoRussia!”

Цели урока: повышение мотивации учащихся в изучении английского языка посредством связи процесса изучения языка с реальной жизненной ситуацией; обобщение и закрепление материала по теме, взаимосвязанное коммуникативное и социокультурное развитие школьников средствами иностранного языка и ИКТ,  знакомcтво учащихся с творчеством писателей Иркутской области.

 

Задачи: -  развивающий аспект:

·         развивать коммуникативные умения (сравнение и сопоставление речевых единиц, формулирование основной мысли высказывания);

·         развивать умения работать с информацией;

·         развивать и поддерживать интерес к предмету.

Автор Кочергина Ирина Геннадьевна
Дата добавления 04.01.2015
Раздел Иностранные языки
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