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Методическая разработка урока по теме "“What is the Internet?” ".

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Тақырып Тема

What Is the Internet?

Білімділік Дидактическая to activate studied special terminological vocabulary, to teach students to own internet terminology

Дамытушылық Развивающая to develop the communicative abilities of students based on the topic.

ТәрбиелікВоспитывающая to bring up interest in the study of English

Сабақтын типі (тұрпаты)

Тип урока

Combined lesson.

Сабақтын әдісі

Метод обучения

Practical method.




Сабақтын барысы

Ход урока

1. Бағдарлану – мотивациялық блок

Мотивационно – ориентировочный блок

Сабақтың тақырыбын шығу, жазу

Выход на тему, запись темы урока

Good morning, class. I’m glad to see you. Sit down, please. How are you? How are you? What date is it today?And what day of the week is it today ?

Оқу мақсатын қою

Постановка цели, задач урок

to fasten lexical and a reading and dialogical skills on the topic.

Сабақтың барысымен танысу Знакомство с ходом урока

Білім жаңғыртуы

Актуализация знаний

Some words about Прямая со стрелкой 11

Прямая со стрелкой 10Прямая со стрелкой 9Internet

2. Жана материалды мазмұндау (баяндау)

Изложение нового материала

Read the text “What is the Internet?” and discuss the following questions: a) Do you use Internet? b) Why so many activities such as e-mail and business transactions are possible through the Internet? c) What is World Wide Web? d) What is Web browser? e) What does a user need to have an access to the WWW? f) What are hyperlinks? g) What resources are available on the WWW? h) What are the basic recreational applications of WWW? What is the Internet? What is this computer phenomenon called the Internet, or the Net? Do you personally have need of it? Before you decide to get "on" the Internet, you may want to know something about it. Millions of people around the world use the Internet to search for and retrieve1 information on all sorts of topics in a wide variety of areas including the arts, business, government, humanities, news, politics and recreation4. People communicate through electronic mail (e-mail), discussion groups, chat channels and other means of informational exchange. They share information and make commercial and business transactions6. All this activity is possible because tens of thousands of networks are connected to the Internet and exchange information in the same basic ways. Using the Internet, David, a teacher in the United States, acquired course materials. A Canadian father accessed8 it to stay in contact with his daughter in Russia. A housewife used it to examine scientific research on the early beginnings of the universe. A farmer turned to it to find information about new planting methods that make use of satellites. Corporations are drawn to it because of its power to advertise their products and services to millions of potential customers. People around the globe read the latest national and international news by means of its vast reporting and information services. The World Wide Web (WWW) is a part of the Internet. But it's not a collection of networks. Rather, it is information that is connected or linked together like a web. You access this information through one interface or tool called a Web browser. The number of resources and services that are part of the World Wide Web is growing extremely fast. In 1996 there were more than 20 million users of the WWW, and more than half the information that is transferred across the Internet is accessed through the WWW. By using a computer terminal (hardware) connected to a network that is a part of the Internet, and by using a program (software) to browse or retrieve information that is a part of the World Wide Web, the people connected to the Internet and World Wide Web through the local providers13 have access to a variety of information. Each browser provides a graphical interface. You move from place to place, from site1 to site on the Web by using a mouse to click on a portion of text, icon or region of a map. These items are called hyperlinks16 or links. Each link you select represents a document, an image, a video clip or an audio file somewhere on the Internet. The user doesn't need to know where it is, the browser follows the link.

All sorts of things are available on the WWW. One can use Internet for recreational purposes. Many TV and radio stations broadcast live17 on the WWW. Essentially, if something can be put into digital format and stored in a computer, then it's available on the WWW. You can even visit museums, gardens, cities throughout the world, learn foreign languages and meet new friends. And, of course, you can play computer games through WWW, competing18 with partners from other countries and continents. Just a little bit of exploring the World Wide Web will show you what a lot of use and fun it is. Vocabulary: 1. to retrieve — извлекать 2. variety — разнообразие, спектр 3. humanities — гуманитарные науки 4. recreation — развлечение 5. to share — делить 6. business transactions — коммерческие операции 7. network — сеть 8. access — доступ 9. World Wide Web — «Всемирная Паутина» 10. to link — соединять 11. browser — браузер (программа поиска информации) 12. to browse — рассматривать, разглядывать 13. provider — провайдер (компания, предоставляющая доступ к WWW через местные телефонные сети) 14. to provide — обеспечивать (чем-либо) 15. site — страница, сайт 16. hyperlink — гиперссылка 17. broadcast live — передавать в прямом эфире 18. to compete — соревноваться




already knew


new for me

not understood


have questions

3. Рефлексия бақылау блогы

Рефлексивно – оценочный блок Білімдерін бекіту

1. Are the following statements true or false? Prove your answers. 1) There are still not so many users of the Internet. 2) There is information on all sorts of topics on the Internet, including education and weather forecasts. 3) People can communicate through e-mail and chat programs only. 4) Internet is tens of thousands of networks which exchange the information in the same basic way. 5) You can access information available on the World Wide Web through the Web browser.

1) You need a computer (hardware) and a special program (software) to be a WWW user.2) You move from site to site by clicking on a portion of text only. 3) Every time the user wants to move somewhere on the web he/she needs to step by step enter links and addresses. 4) Films and pictures are not available on the Internet. 10) Radio and TV-broadcasting is a future of Internet. They're not available yet.

2. Complete the following sentences with the appropriate words: web browser, providers, link, WWW. 1) You access the information through one interface or tool called a ... 2) People connected to the WWW through the local ... have access to a variety of information. 3) The user doesn't need to know where the site is, the... follows the ... 4) In 1996 there were more than 20 million users of the ... 5) Each ... provides a graphical interface. 6) Local ... charge money for their services to access... resources.

Закрепление знаний

Нәтижелерді жинақтап, қортындылау

Обобщение результатов, подведение итогов Conclusion of the lesson.

Рефлексия Collage.

Үй тапсырмасы Домашнее задание Упр.1-2, стр.112

қолы ___________________

подпись ________________

  • Иностранные языки
What is the Internet? While it may seem like a simple question, defining the Internet isn’t easy. Because unlike any other technology, the Internet can be whatever we make it. We can shape it. We can mold it. But most importantly, we can use it to connect people, communities, and countries around the world.

Автор Карибаева Гульфиза Ислямовна
Дата добавления 30.03.2016
Раздел Иностранные языки
Подраздел Конспекты
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