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  • Слайд 1

    If you feel like singing.

    A Bicycle Built For Two

  • Слайд 2

    Billy Boy.

    (D) Where have you been Billy Boy, Billy BoyWhere have you been charming (A7) Billy? I have been to seek a wifeShe's the (D) joy of my lifeShe's a (A7) young thing and cannot leave her (D) motherDid she bid you come in Billy Boy, Billy BoyDid she bid you come in charming (A7) Billy?Yes she bade me come inThere's a (D) dimple in her chinShe's a (A7) young thing aand cannot leave her (D) motherCan she make a cherry pie Billy Boy, Billy BoyCan she make a cherry pie charming (A7) Billy?She can make a cherry pieQuick's a (D) cat can wink its eyeShe's a (A7) young thingand cannot leave her (D) motherOh oh where have you been Billy Boy, Billy BoyWhere have you been charming (A7) Billy?I have been to seek a wifeShe's the (D) joy of my lifeShe's a (A7) young thingand cannot leave her (D) mother

  • Слайд 3

    Daisies

  • Слайд 4

    A Bicycle Built for Two:

  • Слайд 5

     

  • Слайд 6

     

  • Слайд 7

    A street organ (a barrel organ)

  • Слайд 8

     

  • Слайд 9

    A Bicycle built for two

    Daisy, Daisy,Give me your answer, do!I'm half crazy,All for the love of you!It won't be a stylish marriage,I can't afford a carriageBut you'll look sweet upon the seatOf a bicycle made for two. Patrick, Patrick, here is your answer true! I know that trick, and it will never do. If you can`t afford a carriage, Then there will be no marriage, For I insist I won’t be kissed In a bicycle built for two

  • Слайд 10

    The song’s Background.

    Bicycle riding became very popular in 1890-s in England and other countries. Harry Dacre, a songwriter from London, wrote a waltz about an imaginary romantic problem with a bicycle built for two. It was immediate success. When a bicycle craze (boom) was over? People have continued to sing about Daisy, and even have added to the story.

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    In the 1970-s bicycles once again became fashionable for adult riders all over the world. Daisy’s answer to Patrick was written by an American teacher, Garry Gabriel? During a seminar for teachers of English in Yugoslavia in 1972.

  • Слайд 12

    Words and expressions from the song:

    marriage - when a young man and a girl become a wife and a husband carriage - a car, some kind of transport Daisy to marry – to become a wife or a husband do - here: please half crazy – 50% fool all for the love of you – because I love you stylish marriage – a fashionable marriage, a marriage in the latest style to afford a carriage – to have enough money to pay for a carriage ( a car)

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    to look sweet – to look very beautiful Patrick – a boy’s name here is your answer true – here: yes, I’ll look sweet I know that trick – you are sly, cunning –хитрый it will never do – I will never agree with it for I insist – I am very serious I won’t be kissed – I will not marry

  • Слайд 14

    Crossword Puzzle

    Across: 1. A girl’s name. 3. The pronoun used to refer to a bicycle. 5. Also called a “bike” 6. In the alphabet, the letters that come right before and after “m” 7. The pronoun used to a trick 9. People sometimes take _______ to learn how to ride a bike. 11. Pronoun referring to Daisy.

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    Down: 2. Fashionable. 3. Not well; sick. 4. Campers and soldiers sleep in them. 5. Found on a bicycle and at the door of the house. 8. A finger on your foot. 10. Abbreviation for “steamship”.

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    Fill the gaps with the words and expressions.

    Daisy, Daisy,Give me your answer, do!I'm ---- -----,All for the love of you!It won't be a ------- marriage,I can't afford a --------But you'll look sweet upon the seatOf a ------- made for two. Patrick, Patrick, here is your answer true! I know that trick, and it will never do. If you can`t afford a carriage, Then there will be no --------, For I insist I won’t be kissed On a bicycle ----- for two.

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Конспект

Урок

“Literary Britain”

Цель урока (для учащихся):

Развитие коммуникативных и информационных навыков работы на уроке на основе базового и дополнительного материала по теме “Reading…? Why not?” в форме обобщения лексико-грамматического ма...

Урок

“Literary Britain”

Цель урока (для учащихся):

Развитие коммуникативных и информационных навыков работы на уроке на основе базового и дополнительного материала по теме “Reading…? Why not?” в форме обобщения лексико-грамматического материала.

Цель урока (для учителя):

Реализация творческого потенциала учащегося, навыков аудирования, устной речи и языковой догадки для качественного и эффективного процесса обучения.

Задачи:

1.научить учащихся 9 класса отбирать нужную информацию по теме урока;

2. расширить представления учащихся о литературных местах Британии;

3.способствовать формированию коммуникативных навыков учащихся в условиях работы в группах с использованием информационных средств обучения;

4.научить способам и формам представления изученного материала в различных видах деятельности;

5. способствовать средствами урока формированию культуры речи учащихся.

Программно-техническое оснащение: компьютер и мультимедиапроектор, программное обеспечение.

Ожидаемые результаты

Развитие коммуникативных и информационных навыков работы на уроке.

Расширение активного вокабуляра учащегося по теме «Литературная Британия».

Формирование практических навыков использования требуемого материала по теме.

Корректное использование видовременных форм глагола в активном и пассивном залоге.

5.Формирование культуры речи, умение проводить виртуальные мини-экскурсии по источникам сети Интернет.

Учебные: совершенствовать разговорные навыки (монологической и диалогической речи), чтения и аудирования, с целью подготовки учащихся к речевой деятельности по теме урока и написанию письма (подготовка к ГИА);

способствовать формированию коммуникативных навыков учащихся в условиях работы в группах с использованием информационных средств обучения.

Развивающие: развивать умения выражать аргументированное отношение к поставленной проблеме, развивать способность к обобщению и анализу. Развивать умения работать с компьютером, с поисковыми системами, создавать проекты, развитие познавательных интересов учащихся.

Воспитывающие: формировать ответственное отношение к литературным традициям и культуре народов изучаемого языка, чтению.

Организация работы на уроке:

индивидуальная работа (высказывание собственного мнения по проблеме на уроке);

групповая (работа в рабочих группах на уроке);

работа с поисковыми системами Интернета для создания проектов (предварительная работа в кабинете ИКТ), работа с компьютерной презентацией на базе проектов учащихся (на уроке), работа с Интернет-тестами, созданными учителем для проверки знаний учащихся (уроке/дома).

Оборудование и оснащение урока:

- демонстрационные материалы:

- презентация, компьютер; проектор; ситуативные карточки-задания; и мини-плакаты по теме; карточки самооценивания; карта литературной Британии http://chemodan.com.ua/images/maps/gbr.gif и схемы “Reading” на интерактивной доске.

Плакаты и фотографии писателей и поэтов

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аудиозапись- “Literary Britain”.

(Ех.1, р.11 Unit 1)

видео-клип " Shakespeare’s Biography "( 3 минуты)

компьютерная презентация, на базе электронных проектов учащихся по теме “Literary Briain ”( в программе Power Point)

УМК: “Happy English 4” / В.П.Кузовлев Н.М. Лапа, Э.Ш. Перегудов и др. – 9 класс.

Технологическая карта урока

Этап урока

Задания, стимулирующие деятельность учащихся

Учебный материал

Примечание

1. Начало урока

Warming up discussions

Compare and contrast the Literary places of Great Britain

The map of Britain

To create a bank of ideas

To work in groups

2. Основная часть урока

Listening and Speaking

Listening to the audio cassette

Work in pairs and say who these places are associated with

Find on the map the places he mentioned in his story

Work in pairs

Reading

Discursive Talk

Talking about famous places

Opinion Talk

Speaking on a topic expressing your opinion

Tests

audio cassette “The Literary Britain” (the guide)

tasks p.11№1

a map

the text “Shakespeare`s Birthplace”on the site

Questions

Presentation

№2 p.12

Video-clip1

Video-clip2

Opinion talk

Fill the gaps with correct form of the verbs.(Passive Voice)

Cultural Awareness

Work in pairs

Speaking about famous places connected with the names of British writers

Answer the questions

Presentation

Describe the places according models

Some facts about well-known books and writers

(at the lesson or at home)

3. Заключительная часть урока

Homework (the students choose)

Writing a letter (Russian literary places)

An opinion topic (Literary places to visit)

quiz about Shakespeare

Self-assessment

Questions

Self-assessment

Self-assessment

На уроке английского языка используется три типа контроля:

внешний (осуществляется преподавателем над деятельностью учащегося),

взаимный (осуществляется учащимися над деятельностью одноклассника),

самоконтроль (осуществляется учащимися над собственной деятельностью при выполнении тестов, созданных учителем к уроку в среде Google).

Ход урока

1.Организационный момент. Введение в сюжет урока. Introduction.

Today we are going to speak about Literary Britain.

This map invites you to explore Literary Britain. Today we are going to know such an interesting information: What writers is England connected with? What are their best works? What kind of town is Stratford-upon-Avon? What places of interest are connected with the name of Shakespeare? What literary places are there in London? What literary names are connected with Wales? What writers made Bath a famous literary place?

2. Работа в группах. Brainstorming. Мозговой штурм. «Создание банка идей».

British literature is very rich. You can always find a town, a city or a piece of country connected with a famous writer. What part of the United Kingdom Great Britain is the most famous for its writers and poets? Let’s work in groups.

Работа идёт по этапам:

Уч-ся в 3-х группах нарабатывают как можно больше возможных ответов, решений.

Scotland.

Sir Walter Scott

Charles Dickens

Robert Burns

England

Charles Dickens

The Bronte sisters

William Shakespeare

Oscar Wilde

Wales

Roald Вahl

Lewis Carroll

Dylan Thomas

Wordsworth

Анализ идей. Каждая группа представляет свои наработки.

…is the birthplace of …

…is the home of…

…is well known as…

…is associated with the names of …

…is the country of…

…has inspired…

3. Обработка результатов. Выбираются по 3 самые интересные ответы, Speaker представляет их.

3. Listening activity.

Listen to the text and find out the specific information about famous British writers.

Pre-listening activity:

Background information about famous British writers is recalled.

Answer the questions: Where was R. Burns (Byron, L.Carroll, etc.) born?

While – listening activity:

T.: Listen to the guide and find the places he mentioned in his story in

The map of Literary Britain.

Post-listening activities:

a).Work in pairs and say who these places are associated with.

b). Answer the questions.

Работа с текстом “Shakespeare`s Birthplace”

Работа в парах. Поиск интересного материала о творчестве В.Шекспира на сайтах.

Answer the questions:

1. What relics of Shakespeare were left in the 18th century?

2. Why did people come to Stratford-on-Avon?

3. What did the owner of New Place do in 1756?

4. Why did the people get angry with the owner of New Place?

5. Why did the city fathers decide to do something to attract people?

6. Who organized the festival in Stratford?

7. Why did Garrick return to London very sad?

http://www.english-globe.ru/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=255&Itemid=57

http://www.questia.com/library/literature/literature-of-specific-countries/british-literature/16th-century/shakespeare/william-shakespeare.jsp?CRID=william_shakespeare&OFFID=se1

The owner of New Place wasn't much interested in Shakespeare. He didn't like the fact that so many visitors came to his house asking to see the mulberry tree. So in 175 he cut down the tree and his life became quiet. But it didn't last long. The people who came to Stratford-on-Avon to see Shakespeare's tree at first was surprised, then they got so angry that the owner of New Place had to leave Stratford. After Stratford lost one of the most famous relics of Shakespeare, the city fathers decided to do something to attract people there. They asked the greatest actor of the time David Garrick to organize a festival in Stratford. Garrick planned to do it in the first week of September, 1769. He wanted the festival to the greatest outdoor festival staged in England. At six o'clock in the morning of Wednesday September 6 the festival was opened. Many people came to Stratford. The first day was successful, and Garrick was happy. On the second day it rained hard. The second-day evening ended as it began — in the rain. On the third day all the people left Stratford, Garrick returned to London very sad. But his festival was the beginning of a tradition. Stratford is now famous fоr its Shakespeare festivals. Every year a lot of people come to Stratford for the Festival season which lasts from April to September.

The name of William Shakespeare is known all over the world. The Golden Age of English literary is often called» The Age of Shakespeare». (The last half of the 16-th and the beginning of the 17-th centuries).

Работа с презентацией “Literary Britain”. Talking about famous places of Britain

T: What other literary places connected with the names of the British writers do you know?

Презентация выполнена учащимися и представляется на уроке;

Беседа по картинкам упр-е № 2 стр.12

Charles Dickens and Rochester (о Ч. Диккенсе и Национальной библиотеке Шотландии)

The city of Rochester is proud of its connections with Charles Dickens, and the great novelist is honoured at a special Dickens Festival every year at the turn of May and June. Local people dress up in Victorian costumes, there are readings and plays and famous characters from Dickens’ novels put in an appearance to encourage the celebrations. At Christmas time local people don their costumes once again to indulge in some Dickensian carol singing.

Dickens grew up in Chatham, where his father was a clerk in the Dockyard, but it was Rochester that he loved. He bought Gad’s Hill House (now a school), just outside the town, and lived there from 1857 until his death in 1870. He would have liked to have been buried in Rochester, but the nation claimed him for Westminster Abbey.

National Library of Scotland

A treasure-house of books and manuscripts. The Library’s major summer exhibition for 1994 is Pictures of the Mind: Robert Louis Stevenson 1850—1894, which celebrates the imaginative world of one of Scotland’s best loved writers through books, manuscripts, photographs and film (July — October). Exhibition open Monday-Saturday 10.00-17.00; Sunday 14.00-17.00. Admission free. Disabled access.

Тесты (созданы в среде Google), их можно рекомендовать дифференцированно в качестве закрепления на уроке (сильным учащимся) или дома (слабым), если не успеют выполнить на уроке и прислать ответы электронной почтой учителю или выполнить по желанию.

https://spreadsheets.google.com/viewform?formkey=dFFMUUhzMWF0SGNnOEN1ekN5d3FseXc6MQ

https://spreadsheets.google.com/viewform?formkey=dHIwNDVrSF9UMU82WUJCWFdOZHRJUXc6MQ

Here are some facts about well-known books. Fill each of the gaps with the correct form of the verbs.

William Shakespeare’s poems, comedies and tragedies (to translate)_________in most countries of the world.

Shakespeare Festival (to hold) ________in Britain every year.

Frankenstein (to write)___________by Mary Shelley in 1814.

One of the greatest ancient collections of manuscripts (to house) ____in the famous Alexandra Library.

First British magazines (to publish) _______in the late 18th centure.

Roald Dahl’s books(to inspire)_______Hollywood people to make films based on them.

Подведение итогов урока.

And what do you know about modern literary Britain’s events nowadays? Who won a major literary prize, Costa prize? Do you want to know Nobel Prizes for literature? Let’s read information and found on the sites:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nobel_Prize_in_Literature

http://literaryawards.co.uk/nobel.html

http://www.guardian.co.uk/books/2009/jan/05/costabookaward-awardsandprizes

http://lenta.ru/news/2007/11/21/costa/

http://lenta.ru/news/2009/01/06/costa/

Answer the questions:

What part of Great Britain is she (he) from?

What kind of book is it?

(Объявлены лауреаты британской литературной премии Costa).

Заключительный этап урока. Dear friends, our lesson is up to the end. I m satisfied with your knowledge and activity at the lesson. We have spoken about famous British writers, whose books play an important role in our life because they are our teachers and advisers. They teach us sometimes how to take the next step when we are in a difficult situation. They also help to shape our life. British literature is rich. I advise you to read more because “Reading is to the mind what exercise is to the body’.

I want to give you 3 different types of homework, choose what you like or would you like to know.

First, I d like to give you a quiz about Shakespeare.

Quiz

When was Shakespeare born? (April 23, 1616)

When did he die? (April 23, 1664)

Who was his wife? (Farmer s daughter Anne Hathaway)

Where is the Globe Theatre? (In London)

Who was Shakespeare s favorite actrеss? (He never saw an actress, all roles were played by men)

When was the modern building of Shakespeare Memorial Theatre opened? (in 1932)

Where did the sonnet first appear? (In Italy, in the 14th cеntury)

How was Shakespeare called by common people? (The Swan of Avon, Sweet Swam of Avon, Great Unknown)

How many plays (sonnets) did Shakespeare write? (37 plays, 154 sonnets)

When did he spend his last year of life? (In Strafford)

Who were the most romantic and tragic lovers? (Romeo and Juliet)

Who was the most jealous person who even killed his wife? (Othello)

Where did Shakespeare die and where was he buried? (On April 23, 1664, he was buried in a church at Stratford).

If you like to write a letter to your pen-pal about our famous Russian Literary places, please do it.

What places in Great Britain, connected with the names of famous British writers, would you like to visit? It’ll be your talking the next lesson.

Look at your evaluation cards. You’ll evaluate your answers, work and knowledge. Put your names on cards.

Self-assessment

I can understand basic information about literary places of Great Britain.

I can read the literary map of Great Britain picking up the necessary information.

I can understand necessary information from the text of listening comprehension.

I can pick up the most important information from short texts of Internet.

I can pick up the material for the presentation “Literary Britain”.

I can ask and answer questions about literary places of Great Britain.

I can talk about literary places and the British writers and poets.

Критерии оценивания учащихся за работу на уроке:

1.Желание отвечать, активность на уроке. Глубина знаний по теме.

2. Культура речи, чувство времени, дружелюбность, готовность к дискуссии, мобильность (во время проведения «мозгового штурма»).

3. Ответы на вопросы: стремление использовать ответы для успешного раскрытия темы. Соблюдение грамматических правил.

4. Умение вступать в разговор. Корректно реагировать на вопросы и замечания учащихся и учителя.

5. Умение презентовать материал, подготовленный дома (презентация). Творческое применение материала.

6. Умение понимать на слух информацию в пределах изученной темы.

7.Умение работать с короткими текстами и выполнять предложенные задания.

8.Умение адекватно оценивать свои знания и работу на уроке. Самооценка.

Reading

Reading makes a full man

(Francis Bacon)

Reading is to the mind what exercise is to the body

(Richard Steele)

Reading is a vital form of communication with all mankind, and wisdom of many ages

(Olzhas Suleymenov)

All books are divisible into two classes: the book of hour, and the book of all time

(John Ruskin)

"Take care of the Earth and it

will take care of you "

Speak to the Earth, and it shall

teach thee "

Bible

WildKingdom(by Jeanne B. Hargett)

All woods are home to animals,

So we behaved like guests.

We only looked and never tuched,

The birds' and rabbits' nests.

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