Открытый урок "Мир науки и технологии" 11 класс


Открытый урок по теме «Мир науки и технологии»
Цель:
1. Развитие иноязычной коммуникативной компетенции по проблеме: « Мир науки и технологии»
2. Расширить кругозор учащихся, их знания о жизни, творчестве и достижениях известных людей
в мире.
Задачи:
Развитие и автоматизация навыков общения.
Речевая компетенция:
- Автоматизация навыка монологического высказывания об известных ученых и их открытиях.
- Формирование навыка аудирования коротких рассказов о Гиппократе, НЛО, компьютерах,
обезболивающих препаратах.
- Формирование навыка сопоставления частей текста и заголовков к ним. (Рассказы о
достижениях науки и техники).
Языковая компетенция:
- Автоматизация использования в речи устойчивых выражений, клише по проблеме «Мир науки и
технологии»
- Расширение словарного запаса учащихся на основе грамматического способа образования слов
(аффиксация).
- Развитие умения задавать вопросы о великих людях и отвечать на них по проблеме «Мир науки
и технологии»
Социокультурная компетенция:
- Развитие познавательных интересов учащихся на основе страноведческого материала:
знаменитые ученые и их открытия.
- Воспитание чувства гордости за достижения Великих людей России и чувства уважения к
культуре и народу страны изучаемого языка.
Учебно-познавательная компетенция:
- Знать выдающихся людей и их вклад в мировую культуру.
- Развитие умения построения текста в логической последовательности.
- Использование ИКТ для развития коммуникативных навыков.
Задачи развития:
- Развитие общего кругозора учащихся и интереса к иностранному языку.
- Воспитание интереса к культуре страны изучаемого языка и достижениям знаменитых людей
России.
- Развитие национального самосознания, стремления к взаимопониманию и толерантности.
- Приобщение к миру прекрасного, привитие эстетического вкуса.
Ход урока
1. Организационный момент.
Hello,children! I’m glad to see you. Today we are going to speak about one of the most important
things in the world. It is science. Science is important to most people living in the modern world
for a number of reasons. In particular, science is important for world peace and understanding, for
understanding of technology, and for our understanding of the world.
Today our aims are:
- to know famous people;
- to know real heroes;
- to respect their achievements;
- to be proud of them.
What do you think about science?
2. Warning-up.
P 1 Science is important for world peace in many ways. On the one hand, scientists have helped
to develop many of the modern tools of war. On the other hand, they have also helped to keep the
peace through research, which has improved life for people. Scientists have helped us understand
the problem of supplying the world with enough energy; using energy of the sun and of the atom.
Scientists have also analysed the world's resources. Scientists study the Universe and how to use
its possibilities for the benefit of men.
P2 Scientists are also important for everyone who is affected by modern technology. Many of
the things that make our lives easier and better are results of advances in technology. In some
cases, such as technology of producing salt from ocean water, technology may be essential for our
lives on Earth.
P 3 Scientists are learning to predict earthquakes, to study many other natural events such as
storms. Scientists are also studying various aspects of human biology and the origin and
development of the human race. The study of the natural world may help improve life for many
people all over the world.
Basic knowledge of science is essential for everyone. It helps people to find their way in the
changing world.
Scientists have transformed the way we think and live throughout the centuries. What are the most
important scientific discoveries of all time?
1. The Planets Move (2000 B.C. 500 B.C.)
A thousand years of observations reveal that there are stars that move in the sky and follow
patterns, showing that the Earth is part of a solar system of planets separate from the fixed stars.
2. The Earth Moves (1543)
Nicolaus Copernicus places the sun, not the Earth, at the center of the solar system.
3. Planetary Orbits Are Elliptical (1605 1609)
Johannes Kepler devises mathematical laws that successfully and accurately predict the motions
of the planets in elliptical orbits.
4. Jupiter Has Moons (1609 1612)
Galileo Galilei discovers that Jupiter has moons like the Earth, proving that Copernicus, not
Ptolemy, is right. Copernicus believes that Earth is not unique, but instead resembles the other
planets, all of which orbit the sun.
Well, I see you appreciate the development of science.
Now I want you to listen to some dialogues and decide which of the following statements are true
or false. (Activity book p.46)
Dialogue1
Dialogue 2
Dialogue 3
Dialogue 4
Tell me please, what you’ve learned about the first computers, Hippocrates, UFO, anaesthetics.
Thank you, I hope you find this information interesting and useful.
To make your reading world wider I’d like to introduce some new words on reading.
Individual
Robot
Kleptomania, mania
Intellect combination combined
Hybrid
Sterilized
Imitate
Potential
Emotional
Express
Nerve, to suffer from nerves, to get on one’s nerves, to have the nerve to do smth, to lose the nerve
to do smth
Nervous
Bother, to bother smb with, about smth
Indifferent, indifferently
Beside
Require, to be required to do smth, to be required of smth
Equipment
Supply, to supply smb with smth, to supply smth to smb supply
Irritable, irritably
Case, in any case, just in case, in that case
Worn out
Record, to set a record, to break a record, to hold the record
Predict
Insist on smth
Desire
Variety
Various
Advantage, an advantage over smb, to have the advantage of doing smth, to do smth to advantage,
to take advantage of smth
Now I want to make sure you know all the words. Please, complete the sentences using the new words.
Ex 43 p.163
Thank you.
And now please, form the words using the suffixes you know.
NOUN
VERB
ADJECTIVE
contain
manage
edit
impress
introduce
fascinate
Now open your books I want you to practice in word formation. Activity book ex.7 p.48
Read the text and make it complete with the help of the derivatives that are formed from the words written
on the right. Fill in the table at the end of the task.
Thank you. And now I want you to match the texts and the titles and fill in the table after the texts.
And now please listen to the text “The man and His Work” and do the test in your textbooks. p 144.
Tell the story of Alexander Graham Bell.
What can you tell about virtual reality?
Thank you and now I want you to sum up all your knowledge and to do the quiz.
1. What does the word "dinosaur" mean?
1) Scarly beast
2) Fearfully great lizard
3) Giant reptile
4) Reptile with monstrous teeth (Sir Richard Owen came up with the term “dinosaur” in
1842. In Greek “deinos” means fearfully great, and “sauros” means lizard.
2. How old do scientists currently believe the Earth is?
1) 2.2 billion years
2) 3 billion years
3) 4.5 billion years
4) 8.3 billion years (Bertram Boltwood used radioactive decay in rocks to calculate the
Earth’s age to 2.2 billion years.Since all of the world’s rocks are recycled through plate
tectonics, other methods are now used.)
3. How many genes did scientists expect to find in humans when the Human Genome Project
began in 1990?
1) 1,000
2) 10,000
3) 100,000
4) 1,000,000 ( When the Human Genome Project began in 1990 scientists expected to find at
least 100,000 genes in humans. Great surprise greeted the final number between 20,000
and 25,000.
4. It is impossible for a person to have blue eyes if both of his natural parents have brown eyes.
1) True
2) False (It is possible for two parents each with one recessive blue-eyed gene to pass that
gene to his or her off-spring, thus producing a blue-eyed child.
5. What was celluloid, the first synthetic plastic, originally used for?
1) House hold items like combs and buttons
2) Military items like helmets
3) Film
4) Scientific research (in household items)
Did you enjoy our lesson? As for me I liked it. I want to say that you’ve done your work well. The lesson is over.
Thank you. Good-bye!