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Разработала: учитель английского языка, I I квалификационной категории Крюковская Татьяна Феликсовна

2011 Цели:

• Учебно-познавательная цель – 1. Расширение кругозора учащихся через знакомство с представителями других национальностей. 2. Совершенствование навыков аудирования, развитие умения читать с целью извлечения детальной информации, развитие умения понимать культурологический аспект текстов, развитие умения переводить и пользоваться словарем, совершенствование лексических навыков говорения. • Развивающая цель – развитие творческих способностей учащихся, развитие способностей к распределению и переключению внимания, к непроизвольному запоминанию при восприятии на слух, развитие способностей подбора выражений, адекватных ситуации. • Воспитательная цель – формирование потребности и способности к сотрудничеству и взаимопомощи при работе в группе, воспитание уважительного отношения к образу жизни других народов, более глубокого осознания своей культуры. Задачи: 1. Создание условий для развития логического мышления учащихся, умения анализировать, высказывать свои мысли, аргументировать, одобрять. 2. Способствовать укреплению знаний о традициях и обычаях стран изучаемого языка.

ENGLISH AND THE FUTURE

Учитель проводит вводную лекцию: Millions of people all over the world spend their holidays travelling. They travel to see other countries and continents, modern cities and the ruins of ancient towns, they travel to enjoy picturesque places, or just for a change of scene. It's always interesting to discover new things, different ways of life, to meet different people, to try different food, to listen to different musical rhythms. фото 1-3 Those who live in the country like to go to a big city and spend their time visiting museums and art galleries, looking at shop windows and dining at exotic restaurants. City-dwellers usually like a quiet holiday by the sea or in the mountains, with nothing to do but walk and bathe and laze in the sun. фото 4-6 Most travelers and holiday-makers take a camera with them and take pictures of everything that interests them — the sights of a city, old churches and castles, views of mountains, lakes, valleys, plains, waterfalls, forests; different kinds of trees, flowers and

plants, animals and birds. Later, perhaps years later, they will be reminded by the photos of the happy time they have had. People travel by train, by plane, by boat and by car. Слайд All means of travel have their advantages and disadvantages. And people choose one according to their plans and destinations. If we are fond of travelling, we see and learn a lot of things that we can never see or learn at home, though we may read about them in books and newspapers, and see pictures of them on TV. The best way to study geography is to travel, and the best way to get to know and understand people is to meet them in their own homes.

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Фото 6  Speaking. Chat 1. Answer the questions: What is the future of English? Will students learn in the same way in the future? How will language learning change? What will the biggest change be?  reading 2. Read the article below and then join in the discussion at the bottom of this page. The world is changing so fast that English, perhaps the most worldly of languages, is struggling to keep up. One thing is for sure: the English learner of the future will be different from those of the past, will be looking for a different kind of English and will expect to learn it in ways which reflect the technology and lifestyles of the 21st century. Learners in the future are likely to be much younger. Across the world, English is being made a central component of more general educational reform. English is losing its position in the foreign languages curriculum, where it was taught mainly to teenagers and has been reinvented as one of the basic skills which you need to learn when you first go to school. Textbooks and audio visual materials, methods of teaching and expected outcomes are already being transformed. The countries where English is most sought after are also changing. As developing economies and growing populations create more demand for English, the global classroom is getting ever fuller. Learners from Brazil, Poland and China are joining classmates from Japan and Korea. But the internet is also supporting many minority learners. Why Learn English? The reasons why people learn English are also changing. Globalisation is bringing together more people than ever who speak different languages and who are turning to English as the means of communication. The English learner of the future may be less worried about sounding exactly like a native speaker and more concerned about how to

use English effectively in cross-cultural communication. We may be hearing more non-native speakers in dialogues and a wider range of the 'New Englishes' now used around the world. Technology will allow English to come to you, rather than you having to go to a special place to learn English. Above all, learning English is about communication and an important part of learning English is being able to exchange views and make friends with people all over the world.  vocabulary 3. Match the words. Make sentences using them. English life educational basic expected global means of native cross style learner outcomes classroom communication skills reform cultural speaker

 speaking Forum Discussion Questions 1. What age do you think children should start learning English? 2. Will more technology help you to learn languages more effectively? 3. Will everyone in the world speak English soon? Teacher’s guide 1. Chat. Read the questions. Answer the questions individually.Read the other students’ answers. Do they have the same point of view? 2. Reading. Read the text, look at the hightlighted words in the text and try to explain them. If you fail, look them up in the dictionary.Try to answer the questions from ex.1 using the information from the text. 3. Vocabulary. Point out to students that these are all pairs of words that were used in the text they have read. Ask students to find them in the text, then elicit/explain their meanings. Ask students to write short sentences using the items.

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4. Forum. Discuss the questions in pairs or small groups.

Speaking

1. Which of the following do you consider to be the most useful while studying English?  Dictionaries  Songs  Travel  Pen friends  Reading magazines/books  Radio programmes  Watching films  Watching the news  Attending lessons Useful language: Expressing preference • I’d much rather … than … • I don’t like the idea of …, so I would prefer to … • I’m not so keen on …, so I would choose to … 2. If your friend had difficulty sudying English,what would you advise?  vocabulary

Useful language: Giving advice For giving advice Why not … ? Why don’t you …? You should … It would be a good idea to/if … Have you thought about/considered …? If I were you, I would … I think the best thing would be to/if … One/Another suggestion is to … 3. What means of communication can you think of? 4. Match the pictures (1-8) to the phrases (a-h) For showing the result This will/would mean that … Then/That way, … If you do this, … By doing this, … The result of this would be …

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5.Which means are: personal/impersonal, efficient/inefficient, economical/costly, formal/informal, reliable/unreliable, complecated/easy? Teacher’s guide 1. Chat. Read the options. Study the table Useful language: Expressing preference and let the students make their statements. Students express their preferences 2. Chat .Study the table Useful language: Giving advice and practice giving advice using ex.1 3. Do this as a brainstorming exercise. 4. Match the pictures (1-8) to the phrases (a-h) answer key 1a 2c 3b 4d 5e 6f 7g 8h 5. Writing.Ask students to discuss which means of communication(from ex 4) could be described by each adjective. Suggested answer key I think writing letters is complicated because you have to express yourself carefully.

Today's topic: 'Telephoning' 1. When I try to call my mother, the line is always __________.

A engaged B occupied C taken D used 2. In British English, it's called a 'mobile', what's it called in the U.S.? A a handy B a cell phone C a portable D a take-away 3. To tell someone who you (are on the phone), which of the following is the most natural? A It's Janet B I'm Jackie C Jackie speaking D Janet here 4. If the connection on your mobile is not very good, you could say, 'Sorry, it's a poor _______'. A sign B sound C signal D transmit 5. When I have arguments on the phone with my girlfriend, she always hangs ____ on me (puts the phone down angrily). A off B in C down D up 6. If you don't pay your phone bill, they'll cut you _____ (disconnect your phone). A up B down C off D from

More quizzes Today's topic: Computers 1. Do you enjoy ______ the net? A playing B surfing C skating D doing 2. Have you ever been in a ________? A chat room B talk room C speak room D discussion room 3. Most people just use their PCs for the internet and ________. A wording B typing C word processing D documenting 4. What do you call the thing you use for typing? A keypad B typing board C keyboard D writing board 5. Which is the odd one out? A scanner B printer C hard drive D application 6. What do we call someone who breaks into a computer system? A a computer hacker B a computer thief C a computer robber D a computer spy