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разработка урока по английскому языку на тему "European Settlements of Canada in the early 17th century" (10 класс)

Школа-интернат общего типа г.Щучинск, Акмолинской области, Бурабайского района.

Учитель: Жабагина А.Г.

Класс: 10

Тема урока: European settlements in the early 17th century.

Цель урока: выработка знаний, умений и навыков в области устной и письменной речи по теме.

Задачи урока:

1) образовательные:

  • ознакомление с новым лексическим материалом;

  • повторение и обобщение грамматического материала Prepositions of place.

  • формирование у учащихся нового грамматического навыка;

2) воспитывающие:

  • расширять кругозор;

  • прививать любовь и интерес к иностранному языку;

  • воспитывать умение работать в парах и индивидуально;

3) развивающие:

  • развитие оперативной памяти и способности к функционально-адекватному восприятию грамматических структур;

  • развитие речевых умений монологической и диалогической речи по теме урока;

  • строить высказывания по образцу и самостоятельно.















План урока.

  1. Начальный этап урока.

    1. Приветствие. Организационный момент.

    2. Сообщение темы и целей урока.

    3. Фонетическая зарядка.

  1. Основной этап урока.

    1. Проверка домашнего задания.

    2. Работа с новым лексическим материалом.

    3. Повторение грамматического материала.

  2. Заключительный этап урока.

    1. Подведение итогов урока

    2. Выставление оценок за урок.

    3. Домашнее задание.



Ход урока.

  1. Начальный этап урока.

    1. Приветствие. Организационный момент.

  • Good morning, students! I’m glad to see you! Sit down please!

    1. Сообщение темы и целей урока.

  • We continue speaking about the history of Canada. Today we’ll speak about the first settlements in Canada. The theme of our lesson is “European first settlements in the early 17th century”.

    1. Фонетическая зарядка.

Let’s revise the specific sounds of the English language. Look at the board please. Can you pronounce these sounds?

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  1. Основной этап урока.

    1. Проверка домашнего задания.

  • Повторение лексики прошлого урока. Фронтальный опрос.

inhabitant [ɪn'hæbɪt(ə)nt] житель,

Indigenous[ɪn'dɪʤɪnəs] аборигенный, местный

Native['neɪtɪv] родной

refer[rɪ'fɜ:] относить, приписывать

colloquially[kə'ləukwɪəl] разговорный

dialect['daɪəlekt] диалект

land[lænd] высаживаться (на берег)

unique[ju:'ni:k] 1. 1) уникальный, единственный в своём роде

artifact['ɑ:tɪfækt] артефакт, предмет (объект), изготовленный, сделанный человеком, в отличие от природных объектов

pride oneself [praɪd] гордиться

descend[dɪ'send] происходить, вести род

distinctiveness - индивидуальный характер, самобытность

  • Correct the mistakes in the words:





inhebitant

Indegenous

Naitive

coloquially

dialekt

unik

decend

inhabitant

Indigenous

Native

colloquially

dialect

unique

descend







    1. Работа с новым лексическим материалом.

  • Vocabulary notes.

seal[si:l] тюлень

walrus ['wɔ:lrəs] морж

caribou['kærəbu:] карибу (северный олень)

beaver ['bi:və] бобр, бобёр

buffalo['bʌfələu] буйвол

squash[skwɔʃ] кабачок, тыква

maize[meɪz] кукуруза

spot - увидеть, заметить

abandone [ə'bændən] забросить, покинуть

permanently ['pɜ:m(ə)nəntlɪ] надолго, постоянно

convert['kɔnvɜ:t] – обратить

Christianity [krɪstɪnətɪ] христианство

Smallpox ['smɔ:lpɔks] ; оспа

rivalry['raɪv(ə)lrɪ] соперничество

  • Reading

Read and translate the text.

THE DISCOVERY OF CANADA

The first people in Canada crossed the Bering Straits from Asia. In the north the Inuit lived by hunting seals, walruses and whales. They also hunted caribou. On the west coast people hunted deer, bear and beaver. They also fished. On the plains people lived by hunting buffalo. In the east people grew crops of beans, squash, maize and sunflower seeds.

The first Europeans to reach Canada were the Vikings. In 986 a Viking called Bjarni Herjolfsson was blown off course by a storm and he spotted a new land. However he sailed away without landing. In 1001 a man named Leif Eriksson landed in the new land, which he named Vinland (it was part of Canada). However Eriksson did not stay permanently. Later the Vikings did establish a colony in North America but they abandoned it because of conflict with the natives.

However after the Vikings Canada was forgotten until the end of the 15th century. In 1497 the English king Henry VII sent an Italian named Jean Cabot on an expedition across the Atlantic to Newfoundland. Cabot discovered rich fishing waters off the coast of Canada.

Then in 1534 and in 1535-36 a Frenchman named Jacques Cartier (1491-1557) sailed on two expeditions to Canada. On 10 August 1535 (St Lawrence's Day) he sailed into the St Lawrence River, which he named after the saint.

CANADA IN THE 17th CENTURY

However no permanent European settlements were made in Canada until the early 17th century. In 1603 a Frenchman named Samuel de Champlain (1567-1635) sailed up the St Lawrence River. In 1604 he founded Port Royal in Acadia (Nova Scotia). In 1608 de Champlain founded Quebec. (The name Quebec is believed to be an Algonquin word meaning a narrow part of a river). In 1642 the French founded Montreal. The new colony in Canada was called New France. By 1685 the population of New France was about 10,000. By 1740 it was 48,000.

In the early 17th century French missionaries such as the Jesuits attempted to convert the natives of Canada to Christianity - without much success. Meanwhile the French settlers traded with the natives for furs and farmed the land. Unfortunately they also brought European diseases like smallpox, to which the natives had no resistance.

However the English were also interested in Canada. In 1610 Henry Hudson discovered Hudson Bay. (In 1611 his crew mutinied and set him adrift). In 1631 Thomas James led another expedition. James Bay is named after him. Then in 1629 the English captured Quebec. However it was returned to France in 1632.

In 1670 the English founded the Hudson Bay Company. The company was given exclusive rights to trade with the inhabitants of the Hudson Bay area. They traded with the natives for skins and furs. Meanwhile rivalry between the British and the French in Canada continued.

  • Comprehension check.

Memory game.

На доске даны слова из текста. Задача учащихся дополнить к тому или иному слову предложение по смыслу из текста.

  1. Caribou, seals, walruses and whales

  2. Vikings

  3. In 1603

  4. New France

  5. Christianity

  6. Smallpox

  7. the English were also interested in Canada

  8. rivalry

Group work.

The students are to be divided into 2 – 3 groups. Each group must make up 4 questions to their opponents.

    1. Повторение грамматического материала.

In front of

  • A band plays their music in front of an audience.

  • The man standing in the line in front of me smells bad.

Behind

Behind is the opposite of In front of. It means at the back (part) of something.

  • When the teacher writes on the whiteboard, the students are behind him (or her).

  • Who is that person behind the mask?

Between

Between normally refers to something in the middle of two objects or things (or places).

  • There are mountains between Chile and Argentina.

  • The number 5 is between the number 4 and 6.

Across from and Opposite mean the same thing. It usually refers to something being in front of something else BUT there is normally something between them like a street or table. It is similar to saying that someone (or a place) is on the other side of something.

  • I live across from a supermarket (= it is on the other side of the road)

  • The chess players sat opposite each other before they began their game.
    (= They are in front of each other and there is a table between them)

Next to / Beside

Next to and Beside mean the same thing. It usually refers to a thing (or person) that is at the side of another thing.

  • Guards stand next to the entrance of the bank.

  • He walked beside me as we went down the street.

Near / Close to

Near and Close to mean the same thing. It is similar to next to / beside but there is more of a distance between the two things.

  • This building is near a subway station.

  • We couldn't park the car close to the store.

On

On means that something is in a position that is physically touching, covering or attached to something.

  • The clock on the wall is slow.

  • He put the food on the table.

Above / Over

Above and Over have a similar meaning. The both mean "at a higher position than X" but above normally refers to being directly (vertically) above you.

  • Planes normally fly above the clouds.

  • There is a ceiling above you.

Over can also mean: physically covering the surface of something and is often used with the word All as in All over.

  • There water all over the floor.

  • I accidentally spilled red wine all over the new carpet.

Over is often used as a Preposition of Movement too.

Under / Below

Under and Below have a similar meaning. They mean at a lower level. (Something is above it).

  • Your legs are under the table.

  • How long can you stay under the water?

  • Miners work below the surface of the Earth.

Sometimes we use the word underneath instead of under and beneath instead of below. There is no difference in meaning those they are less common nowadays.

Under is often used as a Preposition of Movement too.

Онлайн-упражнение на употребление предлогов места.

http://puzzle-english.com/exercise/prepositions_place/work

  1. Заключительный этап урока.

    1. Подведение итогов урока

  • What was the theme of our lesson? What have you learnt today? What was interesting for you? Did you enjoy our lesson? Have you got any questions on the theme?

    1. Выставление оценок за урок.

    2. Домашнее задание.

To read the text, to know the context of it, to learn new words.

разработка урока по английскому языку на тему "European Settlements of Canada in the early 17th century" (10 класс)
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разработка урока по английскому языку на тему "European Settlements of Canada in the early 17th century" (10 класс)

Цель урока: выработка знаний, умений и навыков в области устной и письменной речи по теме.

Задачи урока:

1) образовательные:

·         ознакомление с новым лексическим материалом;

·         повторение и обобщение грамматического материала Prepositions of place.

·         формирование у учащихся нового грамматического навыка;

2) воспитывающие:

·         расширять кругозор;

·         прививать любовь и интерес к иностранному языку;

·         воспитывать умение работать в парах и индивидуально;

3) развивающие:

·         развитие оперативной памяти и способности к функционально-адекватному восприятию грамматических структур;

·         развитие речевых умений монологической и диалогической речи по теме урока;

 

·         строить высказывания по образцу и самостоятельно.

Автор Жабагина Анастасия Геннадьевна
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