Конспект урока "Знаменитый писатель Р. Киплинг" 9 класс

Михалева Елена Федоровна
учитель английского языка
МБОУ «Тарбагатайская СОШ»
Урок по теме «Знаменитый писатель Р. Киплинг»
Представлен урок английского языка в 9 классе по программе
профильного обучения: гуманитарный профиль.
Тема урока: «Знаменитый писатель Р. Киплинг»
Урок № 9 по разделу №1
Цели урока
Воспитательный аспект: воспитание гражданской ответственности за свое
поведение и поступки, формирование у учащихся нравственных ценностей
человека.
Развивающий аспект: развитие творческих способностей и логического
мышления, обучение учащихся публично выступат.
Познавательный аспект: развитие умений ориентироваться в
информационном пространстве при разработке проекта; формирование
исследовательских умений учащихся.
Социокультурная компетенция - увеличение объема знаний о творчестве
английского писателя Р. Киплинга, формирование умения выделять общее и
специфическое в культуре родной страны и Великобритании.
Учебный аспект:
активизация речевых умений учащихся в диалогической и
монологической форме на основе презентации творческих проектов по
теме “The Jungle Book”, “Just So Stories, “R. Kiplings poetry”.
развитие умений и навыков учащихся аргументировано выражать свое
отношение к проблеме.
систематизация ранее изученного материала; увеличение объема
используемых лексических единиц.
Метапредметные результаты урока:
Личностные УУД: готовность отстаивать общечеловеческие
гуманистические ценности.
осознание культуры страны изучаемого языка;
Регулятивные УУД: осуществление регулятивных действий
самонаблюдения, самоконтроля в процессе коммуникативной
деятельности.
Познавательные УУД: строить логическое рассуждение ,
умозаключение, делать выводы; решать проблемы творческого и
поискового характера.
Коммуникативные УУД: участвовать в коллективном обсуждении
проблем; уметь обсуждать разные точки зрения, владеть
монологической и диалогической формами устной речи.
Средства обучения: компьютер, мультимедийное устройство,
презентации, тексты по книге “The Jungle Book”, “The Cat That Walked By
Himself ”, the poem If”, CD фильм “The Cat That Walked By Himself”,
фишки, гитара.
Форма проведения: урок – проект с элементами соревнования, который
предусматривает разработку и защиту проектов по трем направлениям
The Jungle Book”, “Just So Stories”, “R.Kiplings poetry”.По форме проекты -
творческие, исследовательские, по предметной области – литературные.
Учебная работа проводится в разнообразных режимах активной
речевой деятельности: T-P1, P2, P3 (фронтальная беседа), T-P1-P2-P3
(управляемый диалог), P=P (диалог), Р (монолог), Group-Group, проводится
поощрение.
Учебное пособие: Н. Н. Чесова “Teachers and students’ guide to the British
literature”(М., Айрис Пресс, 2005), CD-ROM English and American Literature,
произведения Р. Киплинга.
Михалева Елена Федоровна
Структура урока
I. Начало урока. 3 минуты.
1. Приветствие.
2. Warming up.
II. Целеполагание и мотивация. Brainstorm - активизация деятельности
учащихся по теме. 5 минут.
III. Презентация проекта на тему The Jungle Book”.10 минут.
1.Постановка проблемы перед презентацией проекта.
2.Презентация проекта: выступление учащихся, просмотр слайдов по книге
Jungle Book”.
3.Обсуждение проблемы.
4. Контроль усвоенного материала по проекту - вопросы в режиме Group-
Group.
5.Рефлексия проекта учащимися
IV. Презентация проекта R. Riplings poetry”. 10 минут.
1.Постановка проблемного вопроса - Why?
2.Презентация проекта: выступление учащихся, исполнение песни на слова Р.
Киплинга, чтение отрывка из стихотворения “If”.
3.Обсуждение поставленного вопроса.
4. Прочитайте и докажите -Youll be a Man”.
5. Сравнение проблемы с русской литературой.
6. Рефлексия проекта.
V. Презентация проекта Just So Stories”. 10 минут.
1.Постановка проблемы
2.Презентация проекта: выступление учащихся, драматизация беседы
писателя с журналистом, просмотр эпизода из мультфильма The Cat That
Walked By Himself”.
3. Обсуждение поставленной проблемы
4.Конроль понимания просмотренного эпизода
5. Выскажите свое мнение и сравните с современностью
6. Рефлексия проекта.
VI. Рефлексия. Анализ поставленной в начале урока проблемы. 5
минуты.
VI. Подведение итогов, домашнее задание, оценки. 2 минуты.
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Конспект урока
I. The beginning of the lesson.
1).Greeting.
Teacher: Good morning, Dear friends! I’m glad to see you!
2).Warm up: How are you? How are your parents? How is your friend? You look fine today!
3).Teacher: Famous Somerset Maugham wrote about the writer: He not only created
characters, he created men...- was the first to blaze the trail through new found country,
and...no one has made it more exciting, no one has presented it so vividly and such a wealth of
colour. He had, like every writer, his short comings, but he remains notwithstanding the best
short story writer that England can boast of.” Who is he?
Pupil: Rudyard Kipling.
Teacher: Pay attention to the words “He not only created characters, he created men…” So
today we are going to prove these words.
We’ll have unusual lesson! You’ll present and discuss your projects. You’ll work in three
groups and compete; at the end of the lesson the best group and the best project will be awarded
the prize.
II. Brainstorm is devoted to some biographical facts of R. Kipling.
The group, which answers the first, gets the score.
The communicative task for students.
Teacher: You have worked in groups, studied the material. Now we'll see what you know about
"The life of Rudyard Kipling". Let’s start our brainstorm:
1).What was Kipling's father?
Group: His father, John Lockwood Kipling, was а professor of architectural sculpture, Curator
of the Lahore museum, а painter and an illustrator of some note.
2) Why did parents give him а strange name?
Gr.: That was the паmе of Lake where his parents had met.
3) How did the family саll him?
Gr.: Little Reddy - as his family used to саll him.
4) What was the first language of R. Kipling started to speak?
Gr.: Hindi was the first language he started to speak with his servants.
5) What did Kipling never forget?
Gr.: But he never forgot that he was а white mаn and аn Englishman.
6) Why was R. Kipling taken to England?
Gr.: At six young hе was taken to England and educated at аn English College in North Devon.
7) How did R. Kipling study?
Gr.: Не was по brilliant in mathematics, but in history he ranked well, he got the gold medal of
the college for а prize essay оn history.
8) What was R. Kipling respected for?
Gr.: All his life Kipling was admired by the people he came in touch in with. Не was respected
for his generosity, his sense of humour and his pleasant ways. He was said to be extremely
modest.
9) When did R. Kipling publish his first volume?
Gr.: At 21 he published his first volume.
10) What was R. Kipling's attitude to the war?
Gr.: During the South African war (1899-1902) Kipling supported the policy of British
expansion. However, he saw the dangers of imperialism; many times he took the side of the
natives of India, fully aware their suffering under imperialism. At the end of his life Kipling
саmе to hate war, which formerly hе had thought to be inevitable. His hatred of war is evident in
such works as Mary Postdate (1915), the Gardener (1926). The tragic loss of his son John led
Kipling to change from being the poet of empire, to the poet of bitterness and guilt.
11) What did R. Kipling receive in 1907?
Gr.: In 1907 he received the Nobel Prize for literature; he was the first writer, the first English
man to whom the prize was awarded.
12) R. Kipling built а new house. How did he саll it?
Kipling wanted to have his own house. When he got very famous (with his stories
“Plain tales from the Plain Hill”, the novel “Naulahka”) and got enough money, а big new house
was built and called Naulahka, which means "great treasure".
III. Presenting and discussing the Project “The Jungle Book”.
The group consists of three pupils; they have 10 minutes for speaking, 3 minutes for each pupil.
1). Teacher: "R. Kipling was а new master of fiction". Why? Listen to the presentation of the
Project “The Jungle Book” and prove that R. Kipling was а new master of fiction".
The presentation of the project “The Jungle Book” is prepared by Group 1.
2). Pupil 1: We’d like to present our project “The Jungle Book”. It was done by Zhenya, Yulya
and Roman. We’ve chosen this topic because we are fond of this book; it was very interesting to
read the tale in English. The best and the most famous beloved of Kipling’s prose works is “The
Jungle Book”. This work, written in 1894-1895in America, was intended for children. Kipling
depicts the life of wild animals; he shows their character and behavior. The book is beautifully
written:
EACH CHAPTER begins with a poem;
EACH CHAPTER ends with a song;
EACH CHAPTER shows their characters and behavior;
EACH CHAPTER expresses the spirit of the adventure.
The main hero is Mowgli. He is the child of an Indian wood-cutter, who got lost in the jungle.
By instinct he seeks a home and creeps into a cave which is the liar of a wolf. The child is so
young that the wolves do not attack him. The mother wolf lets him feed together with her cubs.
She calls him Mowgli which means frog, because to a wolf man’s cub is as naked as a frog.
Pupil 2: Now I want to turn your attention to the pictures that illustrate the adventures of
Mowgli, he has many adventures and they make him wise. We have seen several times the
cartoons and films by this book, but what the author wanted to say. Kipling thought the most
important to reach an understanding between the living beings was reason. Therefore he admires
those animals that have definite rules of behavior, and despises those who have no. He
characterizes Bagheera as a noble beast. The noble character is revealed in the principals he
teaches through the Law of the Jungle. Now let’s read the abstract: “thou canst kill everything
that thou art strong enough to kill; but for the sake of the bull that bought thee thou must never
kill or eat any cattle young or old. That is the Law of the Jungle.” On the other hand, Kipling
describes the monkeys as a vain, stupid, and cruel people. Read the part of the text to yourself
(1).
Kipling ends the story with the poem:
Man goes to man! He is weeping in the Jungle:
He that was our Brother sorrows sore!
Man goes to Man! (Oh we loved him in the Jungle!)
To the man Trail where we may not follow more.
Pupil 3: Now let’s move on to the ideas of the book. The didactic element in the book is
obvious. But Kipling’s understanding of the real material world around him was so profound that
this work attracted the attention of adult readers too. Kipling is a great artist and a realist. What
Kipling wants to show is that in an uncivilized society the powerful animals triumph. They have
the right to live; the weak animals submit to the power of those who are stronger. This is the
uncompromising law of life is the law of the Jungle. He regrets, he wants to see man as a good
and noble being.
In conclusion, Kipling understands the real material world around us. A man is the weakest and
at the same time is the strongest animal of the world. It is his intellect that finally wins his power
over the nature. Man is a very curious animal. The oldest law in the world - life is an endless
struggle. So, I’d like to say that “The Jungle Book” is full of philosophical ideas which expand
outlook.
Well, that concludes our talk. We’d be pleased to answer all your questions. Thank you.
Group: Have you read the tale in English?
3). The teacher involves all the pupils in the discussion of the problem:
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а) Group 2 - R. Kipling was а new master of fiction. His stories were astonishing in their
vigor, brilliant color, accurate observations and аЬоvе аll, hear remarkable inventiveness.
Group 3 - The charm of his stories lies in the exciting plots, the variety of characters, and the
vigor of narration.
4). Pupils of Group 1 ask questions the other groups to check on the assimilation of the
material of the project “The Jungle Book” and give scores for the right answer:
- Саn уоu name the oldest law of the world?
Gr.2 R. Kipling wrote "the weak animals submit of the power of those who are stronger". Life
is an endless struggle.
-R. Kipling uses the word strong very often. What does it mean?
Gr.3: He wants to see man as good and noble being. He has faith in strong man. The word
strong is to him a synonym to nоblе or good.
- How does the author show the man?
Gr.2: Не is the weakest and at the same time the strongest animal in the world. Не is his
inte11ect that fina11y wins his power over nature.
-Why does this book attract the attention of adult readers all over the world?
Gr.3: R. Kipling’s understanding of the real material world around him is so profound. Life is an
endless struggle. He describes man as a very curious animal. He is the weakest
And at the same time the strongest animal in the world. It is his intellect that finally wins him
power over nature.
5). Pupils discuss the project:
-It gave a clear/poor explanation;
-It offered some new/dull information;
-It had convincing arguments for/against.
In conclusion they say: “You’ve given some new information about the book”.
IV. Presenting and discussing the project “Kipling’s poetry” by Group 2. 10 minutes.
1).Teacher: "Poems won for the author а second frame. Why?" Listen to the project and try to
prove.
Pupil 1: Our project is about R. Kipling and his poetry. It was done by Olga, Vladimir and Lera.
The aim of our project is to show Kipling;s qualities as a poet. First, we’d like to tell you about
the author. Kipling wrote during the period now known