Конспект урока "What right is right for me?"


Учебник: «Английский язык» под редакцией В.П. Кузовлева.
Тип урока: комбинированный.
Первый урок по новой теме.
Задачи:
образовательная: формировать лексико-грамматические навыки говорения и чтения;
развивать умение читать, понимать на слух с целью извлечения конкретной информации;
знакомить с Конвенцией ООН по правам детей и основными правами, провозглашенными
в данной конвенции;
развивающая: развивать способность к рефлексии; к логическому изложению;
воспитательная: формировать правовую культуру личности, сознательное отношение к
своим правам.
Оснащение:
Компьютеры.
Интерактивная доска.
Презентация к уроку. (приложение 1)
Индивидуальные карточки с заданиями.
Используемые Интернет-ресурсы:
www.a-childs-right.org/
un.by/childs_rights/bel_01.pdf
plato.stanford.edu/entries/rights-children/
www.youtube.com/watch?v=y_2nA49p3yw&feature=related
План урока:
Организационный момент.
Введение в сюжет урока.
Фонетическая зарядка.
Активизация лексических единиц по теме.
Аудирование текста.
Чтение текста.
Чтение текста с применением метода «Фишбоун».
Музыкальная пауза.
Рефлексия. Подведение итогов урока.
Домашнее задание.
Ход урока
1. Организационный момент.
Teacher: Good-morning!
Nice to see you students!
2. Введение в сюжет урока.
T: I` d like to start our lesson with the words of an American poet Jose Marty:
“The children are born to be happy”. How do you understand his words?
Pupils: To my mind children are happy when they have big families
In my opinion have pocket money
I think are taken seriously
are independent
do well at school
have their own values
T: I see that everybody has a different opinion. Are you happy?
P1: In general we are but there are some problems that worry us.
T: What are these problems?
P1, P2, P3 …
Family problems
Personal problems
School problems
Violence
Cruelty
Drug addiction
Discrimination, etc
T: Students, grown-ups investigate your problems and try to do their best to help you to cope
with them. But it is also important for you to know your rights and duties and this knowledge
will make your life easier and happier.
The topic of our lesson is “What Right is Right for me?” (Презентация. Слайд 2)
Listen to the poem of Albert E. Kahn.
“I claim the human right to live.
I claim the human right to love.
I claim the human right to work.
I claim the right to every child to eat.”
T: In this poem the author proclaims the right for everybody to live happily on the Earth.
Let` s have this poem as a motto of our l esson, as it deals with the problem of equal rights. It
especially concerns children because they are less defended and today you will learn about your
rights which are written in the UN Convention on the rights of the child.
3. Фонетическая зарядка.
(Презентация. Слайд 3)
T: Let` s revise some words that can be useful at the lesson.
Listen and repeat.
Match the word and its definition .
(Презентация. Слайд 4)- Something one may have or do by law leisure
- Spare time, time free from work discrimination
- Training and instruction, knowledge and abilities view
- Keeping safe right
- News or knowledge given nationality
- State of being away from others, alone information
- Personal opinion education
- Being a member of a nation privacy
- Ability to treat differently, to make distinctions protection
4. Актуализация лексических единиц по теме.
T: I see that you know the words. Now we are ready to start our talk about rights. Everyone has
rights, including you. What rights do you have?
Complete the Word Web. (Презентация. Слайды 5, 6)
5. Аудирование текста.
www.youtube.com/watch?v=y_2nA49p3yw&feature=related
T: You` ve got a lot of rights and to protect them the UN has worked out an international
agreement called the UN Convention on the rights of the child.
(Презентация. Слайд 7)
Adam, a boy from Ireland, is going to give you some information about it.
Watch the cartoon and be ready to answer the following questions:
(Презентация. Слайд 8)
You must complete the sentences:
(Презентация. Слайд 9)
T: Read your sentences.
Read modal verbs which are used in these sentences.
What do they mean?
6. Чтение текста.
A) T: This is a point of view of a 7-year-old boy. Let` s read the articles from the Convention
and see if he is right.
Ex. 2 p. 104 Read in turns.
T: How can you say about your rights in 2 possible ways?
Name your rights!
P1, P2, P3.
B) T: The Convention identifies 3 kinds of rights.
(Презентация. Слайд 11)
Which of the rights are social, political and cultural?
Work in groups and classify these rights into 3 groups. (приложение 2)
7. Чтение текста с применением метода «Фишбоун».
T: Read how the children` s rights are explained in the Guide to the UN Convention.
Ex. 2.4, p.105
Read the information and work with “a fishbone”. (Презентация. Слайд 12)
Here (head) we have the problem. On the top you have reasons (names of the rights), your task is
to find arguments or facts and complete the fishbone. 3 groups will have their own cards.
(приложение 3)
Interpret your “fishbone”.
Use the model:
The Convention proclaims the right to
It means that …
What conclusion can we make?
P1: The UN Convention on the rights of the child protects children` s rights.
8. Музыкальная пауза.
T: The UN Convention on the rights of the child protects children` s rights and we must do our
best to see happy smiles on their faces.
9. Рефлексия. Подведение итогов урока.
1) T: Let` s work with a synquane now. (Презентация. Слайд 13)
What is the main word of the lesson?
What adjectives, verbs are associated with it?
Think of a phrase.
Name the synonym!
2) T: Our lesson comes to the end. We shall complete the Knowledge Chart now.
(Презентация. Слайд 14)
What do you know?
What have you learnt?
What do you want to learn?
10. Домашнее задание.
(Презентация. Слайд 15)
T: At home you will learn more about your rights and the Convention.
The task for you will be: use the following Internet resources
www.a-childs-right.org/
un.by/childs_rights/bel_01.pdf
plato.stanford.edu/entries/rights-children/
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Children's_rights
Find the answers to the questions:
What is “a right”?
What are “positive” and “moral” rights?
What` s the difference between children` s rights and youth rights?