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Открытый урок английского языка в 11 классе по теме: «Money makes the world go round… or does it?»

  • Открытый урок английского языка в 11 классе по теме: «Money makes the world go round… or does it?»
  • Дикая Наталья Александровна
  • учитель английского языка ГОУ № 347
  • Невского района Санкт- Петербурга

Технология урока

  • Развитие критического мышления:
  • шесть шляп мышления,тонкие и толстые вопросы, перекрестная дискуссия, ИНСЕРТ, синквейн

Цели: развитие монологической и диалогической речи учащихся с использованием новых выражений, формирование лингво- культурно компетенции учащихся. Образовательные задачи: 1) расширить кругозор по теме; 2) реализовать межпредметные связи ( история). Познавательные: 1) развитие лингво- культурной компетенции; 2) активизация лексики и лексико- грамматических конструкций по теме; 3) ознакомление с “крылатыми” выражениями по предложенной теме. Воспитательные: 1) поддерживать дух толерантности, принимая другие точки зрения; 2) воспитывать умение внимательно слушать и слышать, уважать другое мнение, 3)поддерживать других и быть к ним благожелательными. Развивающие: 1) развитие способности к переключению уровней мышления (The Six Thinking Hats- латеральное мышление); 2) развивать критическое мышление через чтение информационного текста; 3) развивать умение работать в группе (компетентности: интеллектуальная, социальная)

  • “Six thinking hats “ method will help us to discuss this problem from different points of view. It is an important and powerful technique. It is used to look at decisions from a number of important perspectives.
  • This tool was created by Edward de Bono.
  • “Six thinking hats” is about improving communication and decision-making in groups .It helps to structure thinking and make it more effective. Suggestions, judgments, criticism, information and emotions are all mixed together.
  • The “Six thinking hats” are different ways of looking at an issue that has to be decided, each “Thinking Hat” is a different style of thinking.
  • “Six thinking hats”

  • under the white hat one presents the facts.
  • The White Hat: calls for information, known or needed. "The facts, just the facts."
  • under the red hat one says how one feels about the issue.
  • The Red Hat: signifies feelings, hunches and intuition - the place where emotions are placed without explanation
  • under the black hat one looks at the negative effects of the decision (disadvantages),
  • The Black Hat: signifies caution and critical thinking - do not overuse! Why something may not work
  • under the yellow hat one looks at the positive effects (advantages)of the decision .
  • The Yellow Hat: symbolizes brightness and optimism. You can explore the positives and probe for value and benefit.
  • under the green hat one thinks of alternatives, proposes new creative ideas.
  • The Green Hat: focuses on creativity, possibilities, alternatives and new ideas. It is an opportunity to express new concepts and new perceptions - lateral thinking could be used here
  • under the blue hat one clarifies which kind of thinking is going on.
  • The Blue Hat: is used to manage the thinking process. It ensures that the 'Six Thinking Hats' guidelines are observed.

Стадия вызова (Evocation)

  • Do you think it’s difficult to write poems? Let’s do it together.
  • If the weather isn’t sunny,
  • So you’ve got too little...(money).
  • When you travel England around,
  • Then you need not rouble, but...(pound).
  • If you fly to system solar,
  • You will surely need...(a dollar).

Толстые и тонкие вопросы

  • What is money?
  • What is currency?
  • What did people use as money in the past?
  • What is the value of money?
  • What are the main uses of money?
  • Why does money rule the world?

Стадия осмысления ( Realization of meaning)

  • This technique is called INSERT
  • I- interactive
  • N- noting
  • S- system
  • E- effective
  • R- reading
  • T- thinking
  • “”
  • You should put a tick if you knew this fact before.
  • “+”
  • New information
  • “-“
  • Thought differently
  • “?”
  • Don’t understand, have questions

RUSSIAN COINS

  • In the past, scientists thought that for many centuries only leather and furs were used in ancient
  • Russia as money. But now it is known that silver money was also used.
  • In the XII—XIV centuries almost all the coins disappeared in Russia, It happened because Russia
  • was at war with the German Knights and the Mongol-Tartars at the same time. After the war the
  • Russians had to fight with the Mongol-Tartars. So normal trade and economic ties with both the
  • West and the East were broken. People began to hide money not to pay it to the Mongol-Tartars,
  • that’s why archaeologists to this day find a lot of coins from that period.
  • In the XIV century some Russian principalities began to make their own silver coins. The coins
  • weighed as much as one rouble. In ancient Russia the word "rouble" meant a silver piece, which
  • weighed 200 grammes. The coins were called denga . Now we use this word as dengi and it means
  • "money". It was difficult to use them in the country as there were more than 25 cities, which made
  • money and coins were different in different cities.
  • In 1534 a single monetary system was introduced in Russian state. It showed that the long process
  • of unification of the country was over. A new coin — a silver copeck — was made. In the 17th
  • century Peter the Great began to rule the country and made many changes in Russia, and one of
  • them was a new monetary system. A silver rouble became the main coin, there were 10 copecks and 5 copecks.
  • In 1769 the first Russian paper money appeared. When World War I began all gold and silver coins disappeared and only paper money was used at that time.

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Proverbs about money

  • Money spent on the brain is never spent in vain.

  • 1.                  Take care of the pence and the pounds will take care of themselves. Денежка к денежке- оно и капитал.
  • 2.                  Money burns a hole in the pocket.Деньги горят в руках.
  • 3.                  Money has no smell. Деньги не пахнут.
  • 4.                  Money is a good servant but a bad master. Умный человек- хозяин деньгам, а скупой - слуга.
  • 5.                  Money often unmakes the men who make it. Богатый совести не купит, а свою погубит. В аду не быть - богатства не нажить.
  • 6.                  Poverty is in want of much, avarice of everything. Бедному нужно многое, жадному - все.
  • 7.                  A great fortune is a great slavery. Больше денег - больше хлопот. Богатому не спится, он вора боится.
  • 9.                  Lend your money and lose you friend. Хочешь потерять друга, одолжи ему
  • 8.                  Muck and money go together. Грязь и деньги ходят рядом.
  • денег Друга не теряй - денег не давай.
  • 10.              A friend in court is better than a penny in purse.Дружба дороже денег. Был бы друг, а деньги будут. Доброе братство милее богатства.
  • 11.              A penny saved is a penny gained. Не истратил – все равно, что заработал. Неистраченные деньги - приобретение.
  • 12.              A light purse makes a heavy heart. Хуже всех бед, когда денег нет. Хлеба ни куска, так в горле тоска.
  • 13.              A bargain is a bargain. Уговор дороже денег.
  • 14.              Time is money. Время - деньги.
  • 15.              Money makes the world go round. Деньги правят миром.
  • 16.              A good name is better than riches. Лучше быть бедняком, чем разбогатеть с грехом.
  • 17.              Money spent on the brain is never spent in vain. Расходы на обучение всегда окупаются.
  • 18.              A heavy purse makes a light heart. Есть звякнуть, можно и крякнуть.

The game is called “Chains of events”

  • 1 group. You should start your chain of events with the words:” If I were a millionaire….”
  • 2 group. The beginning of your chain is “If I won 1 million dollars in a lottery …”

Money tree

  • What can’t money buy?

Answer the questions

  • Is it possible to have too much money?
  • Would you prefer fame or fortune?
  • If you could buy yourself a skill, talent
  • or change in your appearance, what
  • would it be?
  • Is there something you own that’s
  • worth a fortune?
  • Where would you enjoy blowing 2,000
  • pounds in a weekend?
  • Do you agree that having a lot of
  • money makes you free?
  • Do you agree that all the millionaires are
  • miserable people?
  • What can’t money buy?
  • Do you agree that muck and money go
  • together?
  • Do you agree with the proverb “Much will
  • have more?”
  • Is a person really rich “ that has few
  • wants”?
  • Why do many rich people suffer from
  • nervous breakdowns or drug and alcohol problems?

These phrases may help

  • After all- в конце концов
  • As for me – что касается меня
  • As a rule- как правило
  • As far as I know- насколько я знаю
  • By the way- кстати
  • For example- например
  • In a word-одним словом
  • In other words-другими словами
  • In short- короче
  • It goes without saying-само собой
  • разумеется
  • In fact- фактически
  • On the one (other) hand- с одной
  • стороны
  • That’s why- вот поэтому
  • To speak frankly- говоря откровенно
  • To tell you the truth – говоря по-правде
  • On the contrary- напротив
  • To begin with- начнем с
  • I would like to add- я бы хотел
  • добавить
  • From my point of view- с моей точки зрения

  • advantages
  • You can buy whatever you want
  • You can travel all over the world
  • You have a lot of free time
  • You needn’t go to work
  • People are interested in your opinion
  • You don’t have to worry about your education
  • or finding a good job
  • You can always help your relatives and friends
  • disadvantages
  • People are jealous of your wealth
  • You are afraid to lose your money
  • Everybody asks you to lend some
  • money
  • You can never be sure if people like you
  • or your money
  • It is difficult to find real friends
  • You are in constant danger of the
  • wrong attention. You need a bodyguard
  • It is difficult to know who to trust

Choose three gifts for your birthday, which you think are the most important or useful

  • good health;
  • plenty of money;
  • a nice house;
  • a brilliant mind;
  • an attractive face;
  • lots of adventure;
  • lots of friends;
  • a good job;
  • a fast car;
  • a happy marriage;
  • a long life;
  • an artistic talent.

Стадия рефлексии (Reflection)

  • Pupils cinqwayns.
  • Money
  • paper, silver
  • to spend, to pay, to save
  • Money makes the word go round.
  • currency
  • 1.      Money
  • 2.      blood, funny
  • 3.      to borrow, to afford, to lend
  • 4.      Time is money
  • 5.      cash
  • Money
  • easy, dirty
  • to earn, to waste, to lose
  • Money has no smell
  • Banknote
  •  1.Money
  • 2. hush, pocket
  • 3.to put into, to earn, to spend
  • 4.Money doesn’t grow on trees
  • 5. fortune

Money makes the world go round… or does it?

        • Test
        • What is your attitude to money?

1.How world you describe your parents’ attitude to money?

  • 1.How world you describe your parents’ attitude to money?
  • a)      very careful
  • b)      sensible
  • c)      generous
  • d)      extravagant
  • 2.      At the end of weak/ month, have you usually.
  • a)      spent all your money?
  • b)      borrowed some money?
  • c)      got a little left?
  • d)      got a lot left?
  • 3.      How often do other people ask you to lend them money?
  • a)      often
  • b)      sometimes
  • c)      rarely
  • d)      never

4.You lent your friend some money, a long time ago. But the friend hasn’t paid the money back. You think your friend has forgotten about it. Do you a)      remind the friend? b) forget about it, too? c)  fell too embarrassed to say anything? d)      decide he/she isn’t a friend any more? 5.      If you get a sum of money as a present do you a)     spend it on something you really want? b)     save some and spend the rest? c)     put it in a bank or hide it in a secret place? d)      spend it on a party for all your friends? 6.      When your friends have birthdays, do you a)     ask them what they’d like as a present? b)     Just send them a birthday card? c)     buy something you know they want? d)     buy the first thing you see however much it costs.

How to score

  • a-4, b-3, c-2, d-1
  • a-2, b- 1, c-3, d-4
  • a-1, b- 2, c-3, d- 4
  • 4. a-3, b-1, c-2, d-4
  • 5. a-2, b-3, c-4, d-1
  • 6. a-3, b-4, c-2, d-1

The end

  • The end