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Разработка урока по теме Shakespeare’s Land

Lesson Plan of 14/11/2011

Theme: Shakespeare’s Land

Grammar: Complex Object I

Aim: to develop general linguistic and lingual-country studying competence on the studied theme

Objectives: 1. Educational: – revising and consolidating the topical vocabulary;

revising and consolidating Complex Object I;

summing up the information about W. Shakespeare

2. Developing: – developing grammatical and lexical skills;

developing monologue speech

3. Brining up: – rising interest to the subject;

developing creative ability;

teaching self management

Skills: speaking, writing, lexical, grammatical

Equipment and Media: blackboard, computer


PROCEDURE


1. Organizational moment

1.1. Greeting and aiming (4)

Good morning, students! I’m glad to see you today. Take your seats. Where is our theme? I want you to think a bit and guess, what it is. Look at the screen.

Today we have a theme “Shakespeare’s Land” and the main figure at our lesson will be William Shakespeare. We shall speak about his life and creative works and besides revise our topical vocabulary and our grammar theme Complex Object I. But it’ll be a bit later. And now a question: What was Shakespeare’s father? (He was a glove-maker.) Once upon a time at night some man came to John Shakespeare and asked him to sell a pair of gloves. John had only gloves of two colours: black and brown. The night was so dark and he could see nothing. How many gloves should he take to make a right pair? Think well! Be attentive. (13 total: 6 left gloves, 7 right (or vice versa))

Good work. Now let’s continue. Today I have a lot of helpers. I will be their assistant. You will do their tasks and get points. One point for each correct answer. At the end of the lesson I’ll count your points and put you marks.And now the word to one of my helpers. Danil, come on!

1.2. Introduction speech (3)

Danil: Hello for everybody. Answer my questions. For each correct answer you get 1 point.

1) Who is on duty today?

2) What day of the week is it today?

3) What date is it today?

4) What is the weather today? Do you like it? What weather would you like to be tomorrow?

5) What part of England is famous for Kent, London, resorts? (Southeast)

6) … farms, pirates, Stonehenge? (Southwest)

7) … Cambridge, Oliver Cromwell, having no trees? (East Anglia)

8) … Hadrian’s Wall, the Lake District? (North England)

9) … industry, “Liverpool four”? (Midlands)

10) And what else is Midlands famous for? (There is Stratford-upon-Avon, the birthplace of William Shakespeare).


2. Warming up

And now it’s time to warm up. And the first “teacher” for it is Ira. Please?

2.1. Grammar-phonetic (1)

Ira: I want you to revise irregular verbs. They are like the alphabet that we must never forget. I tell you the first form of the verbs and you must name me two other forms. For each correct answer you get 1 point.

2.2. Lexical (6)

1) Nastya: My task is Jumbled words. The letters in them are mixed up. Make the words back. Work in pairs. I give you 3 minutes for it.

Task

Answer

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company

srgeantee

teenagers

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criminal

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poetry

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twin

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leasep

please

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stupid

eftih

thief

mascre

scream

ciwdec

wicked

xatec

exact

knab

bank

raen

earn

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1) A person who makes gloves.

2) A grass-eating animal that can run very fast.

3) A rule for people who live in a country.

4) Land on both sides of river.

5) A person who steals something.

6) A person who breaks the law.

7) People who were born in one day, in one family and look the same.

8) The country where Shakespeare was born.

Exchange your copy-books, please, take your pencils and check your partner. If his or her answer is correct, he/she gets a point. Now tell the results to my assistant.


3. Revision of the topical vocabulary (5)

And now let’s get more serious and remember our words. Now the competition “The best translator”. Christina, come out to the teacher’s place.

Christina: Now translate my word combinations and raise your hands. The one who is the quickest and the rightest, gets a point.

Word combination

Translation

талантливый перчаточник

a talented glove-maker

большая компания

a big company

озорные подростки

wicked teenagers

молодой преступник

a young criminal

поэзия Шекспира

Shakespeare’s poetry

братья-близнецы

twin brothers

много оленей

many deer

доставлять ей удовольствие, оказать ей честь

to please her

Это мило с вашей стороны

It’s pleased of yours

глупая идея

a stupid idea

похитители бриллиантов

jewel thieves

взывать о помощи

to scream for help

зло улыбаться

to smile wickedly

конкретное время

the exact time

точно говоря

exactly talking

действовать медленно

to act slowly

нарушить закон

to break the law

берег реки

the bank of the river

зарабатывать деньги

to earn money

на вершине горы

on the top of the mountain


4. Speaking about Shakespeare (4)

Bauyrzhan, what can you tell us?

Bauyrzhan: At home you have read the text about William Shakespeare. Now let’s check who knows more about him. We with Nikita have prepared you a special task for it.Nikita, the word to you.

Nikita: This is a matching task. You will work in groups. You know, every person has a life line. Now, please, match these numbers with the events in Shakespeare’s life. I give you 3 minutes for it.

1564 – Shakespeare was born

1587 – he left for London

1932 – Royal Shakespeare Theatre was built

1582 – Shakespeare married Anne Hathaway

154 – number of sonnets that Shakespeare wrote

1613 – Shakespeare stopped writing and came back to Stratford

37 – number of plays that Shakespeare wrote

1616 – Shakespeare died

1888 – statue of Shakespeare was built

2 – number of poems that Shakespeare wrote


5. Shakespeare’s plays (2)

Artyom: These are the pictures of Shakespeare’s plays. Give me the names of them. For each right answer you get a point.

The key: Romeo and Juliet, Julius Caesar, Hamlet, Othello, King Lear.


6. Tragedies and comedies (3)

We have revised some of Shakespeare’s plays. Now it’s the very time to show if you know his tragedies, comedies and histories. Diana, it’s your turn.

Diana Kolisnichenko: Let’s check which of you knows Shakespeare’s tragedies, comedies and histories best of all. Take the cards and work in groups. Divide them into 3 groups: tragedies, comedies and histories. Then I’ll come up to it and check your work. I give you 2 minutes.

Comedies: All’s Well that Ends Well, Twelfth Night, Much Ado about Nothing.

Tragedies: Hamlet, King Lear, Othello, Macbeth, Romeo and Juliet.

Histories: Henry IV, Richard III, Julius Caesar.


7. Grammarian (3)

Yersultan, come on, please.

Yersultan: Be ready to work in pairs. Change the sentences into Complex Object. For example, Hamlet saw a ghost. – I didn’t expect Hamlet to see a ghost.

1) Shakespeare wrote 37 plays. – I didn’t expect…

2) “Romeo and Juliet” has a tragic end. – I would like…

3) Jack knows 20 Shakespeare’s sonnets. – I want…

4) Emily didn’t read “Othello”. – I’d like…

5) I don’t want to meet Lady Macbeth. – I wouldn’t like…

6) Some people like much ado about nothing. – I don’t want…


8. The Rose sonnet (2)

How many sonnets did Shakespeare write? (154). I’d like you to listen to one of them. Ira, please.

Ira: Listen to the sonnet and tell me what its main character is. For this right answer you’ll get 3 points.

О never say that I was false of heart,

Though absence seemed my flame to qualify;

As easy might I from my self depart

As from my soul, which in thee doth lie:

That is my home of love. If I have ranged,

Like him that travels I return again,

Just to the time, not with the time exchanged,

So that myself bring water for my stain.

For nothing this wide universe I call,

Save thou, my rose; in it thou art my all.

It’s about a rose.


9. Summing up. Giving home task (1)

At home you’ll write an essay “What Shakespeare trembled my soul with”

Разработка урока по теме Shakespeare’s Land
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Theme: Shakespeare’s Land

Grammar: Complex Object I

Aim: to develop general linguistic and lingual-country studying competence on the studied theme

Objectives: 1. Educational: – revising and consolidating the topical vocabulary;

– revising and consolidating Complex Object I;

– summing up the information about W. Shakespeare

2. Developing: – developing grammatical and lexical skills;

– developing monologue speech

3. Brining up: – rising interest to the subject;

– developing creative ability;

–teaching self management

Skills: speaking, writing, lexical, grammatical

Equipment and Media: blackboard, computer

 

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