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Использование технологии развития критического мышления на уроках английского языка для формирования коммуникативной компетенции

  • учитель английского языка
  • МКОУ Алейниковская ООШ
  • Курганская Т. А.

Цель:

  • создание условий для формирования должной мотивации учащихся к образовательному процессу средствами инновационных технологий и компетентностного подхода.

  • Задачи:
  • изучить
  • методическую,
  • педагогическую и
  • практическую
  • литературу
  • по теме
  • через
  • самообразование;
  • осуществить
  • мониторинг
  • образовательного
  • процесса для
  • выявления и
  • коррекции
  • недостатков
  • через систему
  • диагностического
  • исследования;
  • формировать
  • предметные
  • компетенции
  • учащихся
  • на уроках
  • иностранного
  • языка через
  • использование
  • инновационных
  • технологий;
  • создать
  • условия для
  • всестороннего
  • развития личности
  • через реализацию
  • программы
  • адаптивного
  • воспитания.

Как работаю я?

  • Задаю вопрос по теме (стараюсь сформулировать его необычно, часто использую проблемные вопросы:
  • Is Robin Hood a hero or a robber?
  • Why did Robin Hood live so?)

Ребята работают несколько минут индивидуально, пишут, что они знают по заданному вопросу

  • Ребята работают несколько минут индивидуально, пишут, что они знают по заданному вопросу

Далее наступает время обсуждения вопроса в группе Собранная группой информация зачитывается вслух и записывается на доске.

  • Далее наступает время обсуждения вопроса в группе Собранная группой информация зачитывается вслух и записывается на доске.

Запись произвольная, например, в виде кластера или таблицы.

  • Запись произвольная, например, в виде кластера или таблицы.
  • Собирается
  • информация
  • т
  • know don’t want to
  • know know
  • + -? !

  • William Wallace
  • Ilya Muromets
  • Alesha Popovich
  • Dobrinya Nikitich
  • Robin Hood
  • Can you describe these heroes?
  • Use a plan.
  • What countries are they from?
  • 2. What time did they live?
  • 3. What were their main features?
  • 4. What did they do for people?
  • 5. Where can you find information about them?

  • Christopher Robin
  • Robin the Bobbin
  • Robin Hood
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  • Robin the Bobbin
  • The big-bellied Ben
  • He ate more meat
  • Than fourscore men;
  • He ate a cow,
  • He ate a calf,
  • He ate a butcher
  • And a half,
  • He ate a church,
  • He ate a steeple,
  • He ate a priest
  • And all the people!
  • A cow and a calf,
  • An ox and a half,
  • A church and a steeple,
  • And all good people,
  • And yet he complained
  • That his stomach is full.

The dusky night rides down the sky, And ushers in the morn; The hounds all join in glorious cry, The hounds all join in glorious cry, The huntsman winds his horn, The huntsman winds his horn. Then a-hunting we will go, A-hunting we will go, A-hunting we will go, A-hunting we will go.

  • The dusky night rides down the sky, And ushers in the morn; The hounds all join in glorious cry, The hounds all join in glorious cry, The huntsman winds his horn, The huntsman winds his horn. Then a-hunting we will go, A-hunting we will go, A-hunting we will go, A-hunting we will go.

  • Работа с текстом. Здесь используется приём пометки на полях.
  • Тексты выдаются каждому ученику (напоминаю обучающимся правила расстановки маркировочных знаков)
  • + - я знаю эту информацию
  • - - новая информация
  • ! – хочу узнать

Robin Hood and the Butcher Robin Hood and his merry men lived in Sherwood Forest near the town of Nottingham. They were good friends to all the poor people. They stopped rich men who were passing through Sherwood Forest and took their money. Then they gave that money to the poor. The sheriff of Nottingham wanted to kill Robin Hood or take him prisoner. He sent his soldiers to Sherwood Forest many times, but they could not catch Robin Hood. One day, when Robin Hood was walking through Sherwood Forest, he saw a man with a horse. The horse was carrying some big bags of meat. "Where are you going, friend?" asked Robin Hood. "To Nottingham," answered the man. ". I am carrying this meat to sell at the market." "Sell your meat to me," said Robin Hood. Robin Hood bought all the meat from the butcher. The butcher went home, and Robin Hood put on the butcher's apron and cap and went to Nottingham to sell the meat. There were many people at the market. Robin Hood found a good place and began to shout: "Very good meat! Come and buy! Very cheap meat!" People were glad to buy cheap meat. Soon everybody came to buy meat from Robin. The other butchers were very angry. They asked each other. "Why is he selling his meat so cheap?" An old butcher said: "We must do something. Let us invite him to come and have dinner with the sheriff and us in the sheriff's house. At dinner we shall ask him who he is." So all the butchers went up to Robin. "Will you come and have dinner with the sheriff and us?" asked the old butcher. Robin agreed. "Thank you," he said, "I am very hungry." Before dinner the butchers told the sheriff about the new. Then, all the time they were eating, the sheriff looked at the new butcher and thought. "This young man is a fool," thought the sheriff, who was very greedy. "If he sells his meat cheap, he will sell his cattle cheap. I must buy all his cattle. Then I shall sell the cattle to the other butchers and make a lot of money."

After dinner the sheriff said to Robin Hood: "Young man, have you any cattle to sell?" "Yes, very many," said Robin Hood. "I shall buy all your cattle," said the sheriff. "When can you show them to me?" "I shall go home tomorrow morning," said Robin Hood. "Very good. I shall go with you and buy your cattle” "All right," said Robin Hood and laughed to himself. The next morning the sheriff put his money into three bags and went with Robin Hood to see the cattle. The morning was fine. Soon the sheriff and Robin Hood were in Sherwood Forest. The sheriff said to Robin Hood: "There is a very bad man in this forest, who is an outlaw and a robber. His name is Robin Hood." "Don't worry," answered Robin Hood and laughed. "I don't think we shall see him." "That is good," said the sheriff, «I am afraid of him. He is a very wicked man." Robin only laughed. Как ты думаешь закончится эта история? Попробуй придумать своё собственное окончание. Как бы можно было закончить эту историю с точки зрения Робин Гуда, а с точки зрения Шерифа?

Soon Robin and the sheriff saw a great number of deer among the trees. "Look!" cried Robin, "look! There they are! Do you like my cattle?" Now the sheriff understood that the young butcher was Robin Hood. He was very much afraid. "Young man, I think I shall go back to Nottingham." Robin Hood looked at the sheriff's pale and frightened face and laughed. "What! You don't want to buy my cattle? Aren't they good? You have enough money to buy them!" "I tell you I want to go back to Nottingham. I have no money." Robin Hood blew his horn. Little John and the other merry men came very quickly. "Good morning, Little John," said Robin Hood. "Is dinner ready? Today the sheriff of Nottingham will have dinner with us." The dinner was very good. After dinner Robin Hood said: "Now, Sheriff, you must pay for your dinner." "But I am a poor man. I have no money," said the sheriff. "No money! And what is there in your bags?" "Oh, there are only stones there," replied the sheriff. , "Little John," said Robin Hood, "bring the sheriff's bags." Little John brought the sheriff's bags and put them on the ground. "Sheriff," said Robin, "you are a wicked man. I shall take this money and give it to poor people. Now you may go back to Nottingham. " Robin Hood's men brought the sheriff's horse, and Robin showed him the way out of Sherwood Forest.

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  • 1. A place, where Robin Hood lives.
  • 2. Robin is a real …to poor people.
  • 3. He took … of rich people.
  • 4. The … wanted to kill Robin Hood.
  • 5. Robin’s favourite animal is a ….
  • 6. The sheriff wanted to put Robin Hood into a ….
  • 7. Rich people thought, that Robin Hood was a….
  • 8. Robin Hood had got a … and blew it well.
  • 9. There were a lot of … in Sherwood Forest.
  • 10. The sheriff sent his … to Sherwood Forest many times to catch Robin Hood, but they could not catch him.
  • Для составления характеристик героев можно использовать дополнительные карточки.

What was happened in the Sherwood forest?

Robin Hood and the Sheriff

  • Jack and Mary are walking before the curtain. They see a large notice and stop to read it.
  • MARY: Jack, read what is written in this paper.
  • JACK (reading slowly and with difficulty): "Fifty pounds
  • for Robin Hood! The Sheriff of Nottingham."? Ha! Ha! Ha! The Sheriff hopes that Robin Hood will be brought to him for fifty pounds! How foolish of him! MARY: We must tell Robin Hood about it. He must be careful
  • JACK: You are right! Let's run to Sherwood Forest and tell Robin Hood about it.
  • They run away. The curtain rises. Now, the scene represents Sherwood Forest. Robin Hood is sitting on a tree stump. The children come running to him.
  • JACK: Robin Hood! Robin Hood! We have something to tell you.
  • ROBIN HOOD: Hello, Jack! Hello, Mary! What has happened?
  • MARY: We saw a paper on a wall in the town of Nottingham. It says fifty pounds for you!
  • JACK: The paper is written by the Sheriff. Be careful, Robin Hood! He wants to catch you. He will give fifty pounds to the man who will tell him where you are.
  • ROBIN HOOD: Don't be afraid for me, children! I am not afraid of the Sheriff. I shall go to see him myself, and he will give me fifty pounds to find me.
  • MARY: Oh, Robin Hood! Don't go to Nottingham.
  • ROBIN HOOD: Don't be afraid, he will not know me. Come with me and see that. Wait for me here, I'll be back in a minute.
  • The children sit down to wait. Suddenly an Old Man with a long white beard

comes in. He comes up to them.

  • comes in. He comes up to them.
  • OLD MAN: Children, can you tell me the way to the place where Robin Hood lives? JACK (jumping up): What do you want there? MARY: Nobody knows where Robin Hood lives! Go away! Go away!
  • Suddenly the Old Man begins to laugh. He pulls off his long white beard, and the children see that it is Robin Hood himself,
  • JACK (laughing) - Oh, it's you, Robin Hood! MARY: I was afraid of the Old Man. ROBIN HOOD: Now,-children, let's go to Nottingham. I am going to see the Sheriff myself. Come with me.
  • They go away, the curtain falls.
  • Scene II
  • The Sheriff's office. He is sitting at the table and writing. The door opens; Robin Hood and the children come in.
  • SHERIFF: What do you want, Old Man?
  • ROBIN HOOD: I can show you the way to the place where Robin Hood lives. SHERIFF: Can you? I shall give you fifty pounds if you. Tаке me to Robin Hood. ROBIN HOOD: Come to the old tree near the forest tomorrow and you will see him. SHERIFF: Very well, I shall come. I'll take two men with me. ROBIN HOOD: Don't forget to bring the fifty pounds. SHERIFF: And who are these children? ROBIN HOOD: They are my grandchildren and my friends. I am an old man, and they help me. Come, children, we must go now.
  • They leave the room. The Sheriff is very glad. He rubs his hands, smiles and begins to sing.

Put pictures in a right order and try to describe them

  • Put pictures in a right order and try to describe them

Внимательно прочитай карточку, согласись или нет с данными предложениями (+ или -).

    • Robin Hood was a literature hero.
    • He lived in a castle with his family.
    • Robin lived in a forest with his friend.
    • He was tall, strong and handsome.
    • “Hood” means «храбрый».
    • Robin Hood took money of rich people and gave them everybody.
    • The sheriff of Nottingham was his best friend.
    • Everybody knows Robin Hood.
    • Robin Hood had some “wild” cattle.
    • He had got a horn to gather his friends.

Попробуй сравнить двух героев.

  • Robin Hood
  • The sheriff of Nottingham
  • lived in the forest
  • had a lot of friends
  • had a lot of soldiers
  • had dinner with butchers
  • was rich and had a lot of money
  • was brave and kind
  • rode a horse well
  • had no family
  • dreamt to be richer
  • was a hero for English people