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План-конспект урока "The Internet and Social Networking" 10 класс


Москва-2011
План урока английского языка для 10 класса
в соответствии с требованиями
Федерального Государственного Образовательного Стандарта Основного
Общего Образования
ГОУ СОШ School № 1214
ФИО Gusakova Elena Valentinovna
Предмет: English
Тема занятия: The Internet and Social Networking
Form 10 (Level Intermediate and Above)
Актуальность включения темы в содержание общего образования.
Новый государственный общеобразовательный стандарт нового поколения,
основанный на методологии культурно-исторического, системно-
деятельностного подхода, предусматривает обязательность формирования
универсальных учебных действий, в том числе личностных и
коммуникативных, необходимых для осознанного выбора и конструирования
социальной среды развития обучающихся в системе образования, нацеленной
на активную учебно-познавательную деятельность обучающихся
(Приложение к Федеральному Государственному Образовательному
Стандарту Основного Общего Образования. Общие положения). К таким
действиям относят, в частности, конструктивное и эффективное
использование возможностей Интернета и социальных сетей.
Определение места и значения темы в системе целого курса по
английскому языку для 10 класса.
Тема входит в раздел “Man the Seeker of Happiness” рабочей программы к
УМК О.В. Афанасьевой, И.В. Михеевой «Английский язык 10 класс». Тема
является логическим продолжением тем, на которых учащиеся осваивали
предметное содержание и универсальные учебные действия данного раздела.
Тема является в данном разделе промежуточной, служит для освоения нового
материала, его закрепления или применения.
Цель занятия.
Дальнейшее развитие навыков аудирования, говорения на заданную тему,
усвоение новой лексики.
Задачи.
Осознать факт регулярных семантических изменений в языке, освоить новое
употребление слова “facebook” в контексте, расширить лексикон за счет
словосочетаний с лексической единицей “face”.
Критерии оценивания результатов:
Учащиеся безошибочно отвечают на все заданные вопросы по
прослушанному тесту (или частично), адекватно используют приобретенную
лексику в диалогах по теме.
Литература для учащихся: раздаточный материал, учебник.
Литература для учителя: учебник, словарь, материалы BBC Keep Your
English Up to Date .
Лекционно-практический урок
План занятия
1. проблемная ситуация,
2. ее трансформация в учебную ситуацию – через осознание ребенком
ограниченности своего знания,
3. формулировка учебной задачи «Чему я должен научиться, чтобы
решить проблему?»,
4. решение учебной задачи;
5. оценка и рефлексия результатов предметных, деятельностных,
личностных.
The Lesson Outline
1) As we all know English is constantly changing. Today we are going to listen to a
talk by Gavin Dudeny, an expert on the English language. This particular talk is
about the word ‘Facebook’.
But first we should introduce the problem of using the Internet and social
networking sites nowadays and see how well-informed we are in this field.
Discuss these questions with your partner.
a. How much time a week do you think you spend on the Internet?
b. What kind of websites do you use?
News websites Shopping sites Information sites
Social networking sites Email or messenger services Search engines
Online gaming sites Chat rooms and other types of forum
c. In your country, what are the popular social networking sites? These are
sites where people have their own personal home page, and they are connected
directly to friends.
d. Has there been a recent increase in the use of social networking sites? Do
you use any? What are the advantages and disadvantages of such sites?
2) To increase our knowledge on the subject and enlarge our vocabulary let’s have
a look at Exercise 2, read all the words and expressions and try to guess their
meanings.
VOCABULARY
Exercise 2
a. relatives members of your family
b. professionals people who have good jobs requiring good education and extra
training
c. to upload something to add something to an Internet web page
d. versatile can be used in many different ways
e. to succumb to give in to something; to be defeated by something
f. cavalier without respect for tradition or normal ways of doing things
3) We should learn more about social networking websites and know how to use
the word “facebook” in the new context.
4) Let’s listen to the following extract and answer the given questions to check
your understanding.
Listening Section 1
Do you use any of the social networking websites which are so popular these days?
Do you know the places where you can connect up with friends and relatives and
meet people who share the same interests as you?
If you’re younger you may use MySpace, young adults are more likely to be found
on Facebook and busy professionals may prefer something like LinkedIn. But at
least two of these sites have one thing in common: apart from being social spaces
where you can meet and chat to people, share photos and other things, they’ve all
added new verbs and nouns to the language in the past couple of years.
Exercise 3
a. social networking sites
b. 3 Myspace, Facebook and LinkedIn
We are listening again now and trying to decide if the statements are true or false
according to Gavin Dudeny.
Exercise 4
a. True ‘If you’re younger you may use MySpace, young adults are more likely
to be
found on Facebook’
b. True ‘busy professionals may prefer something like LinkedIn’
c. False ‘they’ve all added new verbs and nouns to the language in the past
couple of
years’
4) Listening Section 2
Let’s take a look at some examples.
a) I’ve just facebooked the photos from my summer holiday [uploaded them to my
Facebook page].
b) I facebooked that guy John and it turns out he’s an architect [looked him up in
Facebook].
c) Did you facebook Susan about the party? [contact Susan through her Facebook
page].
d) Anyway, nice to meet you. Do you mind if I facebook you? [add you as a
Facebook friend].
As you can see, ‘facebook’ is a pretty versatile word, and you could say the same
about ‘myspace’, which you will find being used in much the same way all over the
Net.
LinkedIn (being a more adult, professional community) is yet to succumb to such
cavalier twisting of the English language!
And while you’re ‘facebooking’ or ‘myspacing’ you may also find yourself
‘commenting’ (writing a comment on someone’s Facebook or MySpace page), as
in this example:
‘I commented Dawn that she should come to the pub on Saturday and she
commented me that she couldn’t because she was going away for the weekend’.
Anyway, I must get on. I haven’t facebooked yet today and there’s sure to be a lot
to catch up on!
Exercise 5
a. 4
b. - add something to your website: ‘uploaded them to my Facebook page’
- find out information about someone on a website: ‘looked him up in Facebook’
- get in contact through a website: ‘contact Susan through her Facebook page’
- make a link with someone through your website: ‘add you as a Facebook friend
To enlarge your vocabulary I’d like to offer you a few handy expressions with the
word “face”:
a. To keep a straight face удержаться от улыбки
b. Face to face лицом к лицу
c. To accept something at face value принять что-то за чистую монету
d. A face pack косметическая маска на лице
e. On the face of the earth на всей земле
f. In the face of something несмотря на
g. To face the music во всем честно признаться, несмотря на последствия
5) The following exercise will show how well you have mastered the new lexicon:
a. In the face of strong public opposition, the government still decided to go to
war.
b. In his time, David Beckham was the best football player on the face of the Earth.
c. I still haven’t told Dad that I have crashed his car. I guess I’d better go home and
face the music.
d. I got a real shock when she opened the door and she was wearing a face pack.
She had forgotten that we had a date that night!
e. I would never accept what governments say at face value; they always have
hidden reasons for their policies and actions.
f. It was so funny when we put salt in the teacher’s cup of tea. It was hard to keep a
straight face as he drank it.
g. I try to do as much business as possible over the phone as I get nervous when I
meet people face to face.
6) Now join in the final discussion using some of the language from the lesson.
Answer my questions, please, as fully as possible:
a. Do you prefer to chat with people over the telephone, online or to meet them
face to face?
b. Is there anything you can’t face doing over the next few weeks?
c. Have you ever worn a face pack? Did it work?
d. Have you ever done anything in the face of strong opposition from your parents?
e. Have you ever done something wrong and then faced the music? What did you
do and what were the consequences?
f. Do you know anyone who is particularly good at keeping a straight face? What
about you, are you good at telling little lies, or can people always tell when you are
lying?
g. Who do you think is the best football player / singer / film star on the face of the
earth?
h. Do you generally accept your government’s word at face value?
i. Are you a member of Facebook? Would you like to be?
7) Well-done, folks! Thank you for your work! Good-bye!
HAND-OUT WORKSHEETS for PUPILS
SPEAKING
1. Discuss these questions with your partner.
a. How much time a week do you think you spend on the Internet?
b. What kind of websites do you use?
News websites Shopping sites Information sites
Social networking sites Email or messenger services Search engines
Online gaming sites Chat rooms and other types of forum
c. In your country, what are the popular social networking sites? These are
sites where
people have their own personal home page, and they are connected directly
to friends.
c. Has there been a recent increase in the use of social networking sites? Do
you use any? What are the advantages and disadvantages of such sites?
VOCABULARY
2. Match these words and phrases to their definitions.
a. relatives 1) without respect for tradition or normal ways of doing
things
b. professionals 2) can be used in many different ways
c. to upload something 3) people who have good jobs requiring a good education
and extra training
d. versatile 4) to add something to an Internet web page
e. to succumb 5) members of your family
f. cavalier 6) to give in to something; to be defeated by something
LISTENING SECTION 1
3. Now, listen to Gavin Dudeny talking about change in the English language
and answer these questions.
a. What type of Internet site does he discuss?
b. How many specific sites does he mention by name? What are the names?
4. Listen to Section 1 again and decide if the following statements are true or
false, according to Gavin Dudeny.
a. People who use Myspace are generally not as old as people who use Facebook
b. LinkedIn is for people with good jobs.
c. Sites like these have given new words such as adverbs and adjectives to the
language.
LISTENING SECTION 2
5. Listen to Section 2 of the talk and answer these questions.
a. Gavin gives example uses of one word from a social networking site. How many
uses
does he give?
b. What are they?
6. Listen again to Section 2. Are the following sentences true or false?
a. Myspace has proven to be a less versatile word than Facebook.
b. All three of the sites mentioned have provided some new words.
c. In this Internet context, ‘to comment’ means to leave a message for someone on
their site.
LANGUAGE
8a. There are many expressions and phrases which use the word ‘face’.
Complete the expressions below with words from the box. Use the definitions
to help you.
value straight pack earth face music can’t
a. To keep a ______ face: to not laugh or smile when you are playing a joke or
trick on someone; to hide your true feelings when playing a game such as poker.
b. Face to ______: to meet someone in person to discuss something, rather than
using email or the telephone
c. To accept something at face ______: to believe someone or something without
doubting it, or asking questions about the reasons behind something
d. A face ______: something that you, usually women, put on your face to clean it
and make it fresh. It looks like mud, and you leave it on your face for a long time
e. On the face of the ______: this is used to emphasis that something is the best or
is unique
f. ______the face of something: you do something despite the fact that there are
many difficulties or there is little support for your action
g. To face the ______: to take responsibility for a mistake that you have made, or
something bad that you have done, and to accept the consequences of that action,
for example, punishment.
h. ______ face doing something: to not want to do something because it is too
difficult or unpleasant