Конспект урока "The Environment, Its Problems and Protection" 9 класс

The environment,
Its Problems and Protection.
The 9
Урок разработан с использованием личностно-
ориентированной технологии, групповой, игровой, ИКТ.
Teacher: Arkhipova L.N.
План и конспект урока в 9 «А» классе.
Тема урока: The Environment, Its Problems and Protection.
Цель урока: развивать у учащихся навыки практического владения речью
1. тренировать учеников в правильном произнесении английских звуков
и слов;
2. вести на английском языке разговор о красоте окружающего мира;
3. определить проблемы окружающей среды и явления, которые их
4. проверить знание слов и словосочетаний по теме : «The Environment»;
5. найти способы решения экологических проблем;
6. грамматика: закрепить знание модальных глаголов;
7. отработать в речи конструкции: I believe, I suppose, I think, I consider,
To my mind.
Учебные пособия:
1. Аудиозапись песни группы «The Beatles» «Across the Universe» на
английском языке.
2. Аудиозапись песни группы «The Beatles» «The Blackbird» на
английском языке.
3. Грамматическая таблица на употребление модальных глаголов.
4. Слайды по экологическим проблемам.
5. Раздаточный материал: письменный тест на каждого ученика.
Ход урока
- Good morning, girls and boys!
- Good morning.
T. How are you?
P. Fine, thanks. And you?
T. I am well, thank you. Let’s begin our lesson.
The topic of it is “The Environment, its Problems and
Protection”. Our aims are: to speak about the beauty of the
world around us, to determine the problems of the
environment and the phenomena that cause them, to check up
your knowledge of the words and word combinations which
refer to the topic “The Environment”, to name the ways of
saving the Earth.
At the lesson we’ll work according to the plan:
1. Drills
2. Work with lexical units on the topic.
3. Creative task.
4. Homework control.
5. Work with the active vocabulary on the topic.
6. Test.
7. The development of the logical way of thinking.
8. Home task.
9. Results of the lesson.
The pupils are
Эпиграф на
доске: “Nature
encourages no
pardons no
Listening comprehension.
- Sit down, please.
Look at the blackboard, please. You know these words
quite well. Let’s repeat them paying attention to the
Environment, pollution, destruction, habitat, harmful,
substances, global, warming, waste, layer, acid, ozone,
rain, dioxide, oxygen, carbon, increase, damage,
chemicals, society, disaster.
- Nature is everything we can see around us: the Sun,
the Moon, the stars, our Earth, the plants that grow on
it, the animals that live on it. Nature is a nice
storybook and those who are attentive can find a lot of
interesting things in it. If you keep your open, you can
see a lot of wonders: blue sky, shiny stars, bright
sunshine, green trees, deep oceans and seas. Artists
create their masterpieces, inspired by the charming
beauty of Nature; musicians compose songs and
music, poets glorify the world around us in their
poems and verse. Byron and Shakespeare, Shelley and
Wordsworth, Goethe and Esenin sang the beauty of
Universe. I am sure you know wonderful verse by
thease or other poets. Does anyone want to present us
with a piece of poetry?
The Daffodils by W. Wordsworth.
waste, layer,
acid, ozone,
rain, dioxide,
I wondered lonely as a cloud
That floats on high o’er vales and hills
When all at once I saw a crowd
A host of golden daffodils.
They stretched in never-ending line
Along the margin of the bay
Ten thousand saw I at a glance
Tossing their heads in sprightly dance
The waves beside them danced, but they
Out-did the sparkling waves in glee.
A poet could not but be gay.
In such a jocund company.
I gazed and gazed but little thought
What wealth the show to me had brought
For oft when on my couch I lie
In vacant or in pensive mood.
They flashed upon that inward eye
Which is a bliss of solitude.
And than my heat with pleasure fills
And dance with the daffodils.
G.Byron (an extract from “Child Harold”)
There is a pleasure in the pathless woods,
There is a rapture on the loneless shore.
These is a society, where none intrudes,
By the deep Sea and Music in its roar:
I love not Man the less, but Nature more,
From these our interviews, in which I steal
From all I may be, or have been before,
To mingle with the Universe and feel
What I can n’er express yet cannot all conceal.
All for you (an unknown modern author).
The trees of the forest
The flowers on the lea,
The birds on the branches
The fish of the sea
The rocks and the mountains
The rivers that flow
The rain and the sunshine
The ice and the snow
All things that are lovely
All things that are good,
The creatures that live
And the plants that are food.
The corn-field are yellow,
The sky of deep blue,
The sweetness and beauty
Of life are for you!
- Oh, thank you very much indeed. We’ve just listened to
the poems devoted to the beauty of Nature. But songs can
also be dedicated to the exciting appeal of the world
around us. Let’s listen to the Beatles song “Across the
- Did the song impress you? Why?
The song impressed me very much, as it depicts nature in
all its beauty. It makes us think about the significance of
nature, its impact on people’s life.
- The verse and the song were very amusing and
- You have just a small rest. Now it’s time to train your
brains. Some of you are to give their own definitions of
the natural phenomena, all the rest are to guess what is
meant. So please, you are welcome. I give you just some
seconds to think it over.
- It is a clear colourless liquid that has no taste or smell
and that is necessary for survival of all plants, animals
and people. What is it?
- I think it is water.
- You are quite right.
- We never know the value of water until this thing is
dry. It is a deep hole in the ground from which people
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take water. What is it?
- I suppose it is a well.
- Oh, yes, it’s so.
- The space around things that us above the ground, it is
the mixture of gases which forms the Earth’s
atmosphere and which we breath. What is it?
- To my mind, it is air.
- Of course, it is.
- It is the substance on the land surface of the Earth in
which plants grow. What is it?
- It is soil.
- You are right.
- It is a great mass of salt water that covers most of the
Earth’s surface and is full of living creatures. What is
- It is an ocean.
- Quite to the point.
- You were a success, thank you.
- You know that since ancient times Nature has served
Man, being the source of his life. For thousand of
years people lived in harmony with environment and it
seemed to them that natural riches were unlimited. But
with the development of civilization man’s
interference in nature began to increase.
In the 20
century man’s economic activities began to
produce negative effects on the biosphere. Your home
task was to determine the environmental problems.
What are they?
- The ozone layer. This layer of gas protects us from
the dangerous rays of the Sun. Fumes of the
chimneys of refrigerator and sprays, car exhaust fumes
damage the ozone layer that covers the Earth. There
are holes in it now because of the large concentration
of gases in the air. With the help of Sputniks our
scientists discovered 2 large holes in the ozone layer.
One is over the North Pole and the second is over the
South Pole, over Antarctica.
- Environmental pollution has become a significant
obstacle to economic growth. The discharge of gas and
dust into the atmosphere returns to the Earth in the
form of “acid rain” and affects crops, the quality of
forests, the amount of fish, the rise of chemicals,
radioactivity, noise.
- Global warming. It is an increase in world temperature
caused by the increase in carbon dioxide.
- Large cities with thousands of smoky industrial
enterprises appear all over the world today. The by-
products of their activity pollute the air we breathe,
the water we drink, the land we grow grain and
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vegetables. Every year world industry pollutes the
atmosphere with about one thousand million tons of
dust and other harmful substances. Many cities suffer
from smog.
- The destruction o