Конспект урока "Preparation For Testing – unit 6" 10 класс


Серова Елена Михайловна
Учитель английского языка
МАОУ «СОШ №56 УИМ»
г Магнитогорска
План конспект урока английского языка
по теме « Preparation For Testing – unit 6»
к УМК English 10-11 класс Кузовлева В.П.
Цели:
развивающий аспект — развитие внимания, памяти, логичности, индуктивного
мышления;
воспитательный аспект — достигать согласия и сотрудничать в условиях различия
взглядов и убеждений;
учебный аспект — совершенствование речевых навыков;
сопутствующие задачи — развитие умения читать с общим охватом содержания, с целью
извлечения конкретной информации, развитие умения понимать на слух с общим охватом
содержания; предварительный скрытый контроль уровня развития речевого умения.
Речевой материал: лексика и грамматика предыдущих уроков.
Использованная литература:
Середа Т.К. Приложение к учебнику В.П. Кузовлева “Английский язык 10-11
класс”
Материалы сайта http://esl-lab.com/
Ход уроков:
1.
Teacher: Hello, boys and girls. This week we are finishing talking about entertainment. Do you
remember the topics we’ve discussed a lot?
P1: cinema and different films
P2: theatre and theatrical genres
P3: the industry of entertainment
Teacher: Right you are. And today we are going to sum up all our knowledge and prepare for a
test. First of all, let’s remember the ways of spending free time.
(учащимся предлагается один текст, но с различными по степени сложности заданиями)
Базовый уровень
Установите соответствие между заголовками A G и параграфами 1 – 6. Занесите свои
ответы в таблицу. Используйте каждую букву только один раз. В задании один
лишний заголовок. Если вы затрудняетесь соотнести какой-либо текст с темой, то
ставьте в таблице знак Х под номером этого текста.
A. The ancient entertainment
B. We are part of audience
C. Great hits old days
D. Ruling games in modern society
E. Theatre forever
F. A bright star
G. Theatre is eternal
1. During the past hundred years, the radio, the cinema, TV and now Internet have made great
changes in the entertainment with which people fill their free time. More than a hundred years
ago people knew how to entertain themselves much better than they do now. When a group of
people gathered together, they talked, played cards or other games, read aloud to each other, or
went out shooting or walking together. Summer picnics were also a great hit those days. Most of
people could sing or play a musical instrument, so at a party the guests entertained each other.
Conversation was an art; amusing conversation could keep people happy for hours.
2. As for games, such as football, tennis, people used to play them more often than they do now.
Most of them didn’t play very well, but they could amuse themselves and their friends.
Nowadays we are entertained by professionals. There appeared even such phenomena as show
industry and professional sport. With the help of electronic Mass Media they are ruling in
modern society. I’m not an exception and also pay my tribute to them. So choosing among
theatre, cinema and TV, I’ll certainly choose Theatre.
3. Theatre is the ancient but ever - youthful parent of all entertainment in dramatic form. It has
existed on and off for two-and-a-half thousand years because there is something special to itself
that it offers us. But what is it that is special about the theatre? A famous playwright Priestly
compares theatre with the restaurant. In a very good restaurant we have a dinner that is specially
cooked for us; in a canteen we are merely served with standard portions of a standard meal. And
this is the difference between the living Theatre and the mass entertainment of films, radio and
television. In the theatre the play is specially cooked for us.
4. The production never takes its final shape, until it has an audience. The actors are not playing
to microphones and cameras but to warmly responsive fellow-creatures. And they are never
giving exactly the same performance. If the audience tends to be heavy, unresponsive the
company slightly sharpens and heightens its performance to bring the audience to life, and vice
versa, if the audience is too enthusiastic. One more thing, when we see a play we form part of an
audience. This is important, because we behave differently when we are part of audience. If the
play is funny, we laugh a great deal more that we should if we were by ourselves. If it is pathetic
we are more deeply moved just because a lot of other people are being moved too. We have to
share the feelings of a great many other people to enjoy a play properly, and this in itself is a
good thing, particularly these days when too many people usually living in large cities feel cut
off, and separate.
5. To enjoy the theatre we have to join it. Today theatre is at some kind of crisis. The houses are
alarmingly empty. Many other forms of entertainment have superseded theatre. There are many
who do not care whether theatre lives or dies. This is causing anxiety. The main reason for that is
that our cultural level is painfully low. Now we can see the degradation of people’s spiritual and
cultural standards as a whole, the erosion of values and ideals. And culture is the health of a
nation, a way of improving its genetic fund. It’s impossible to survive without culture. Theatre is
the means of the disseminating culture. School is responsible for awakening a child’s interest to
theatre, it’s necessary to instil into people, into their consciousness the love to the theatre. I do
believe that the situation will change to the better. Theatre will never die. For some people it died
long ago, - for people who are poorly developed emotionally, they simply do not understand the
Theatre, as they do not understand painting, serious music. But theatre is eternal. The
atmosphere in theatre is solemn. It’s the magical place where man meets his image, where people
are taught to appreciate the beauty, to hate the evil, ugliness, where feelings are stirred, where
our souls and mind are elevated. It is the enduring home of dramatic experience, which is surely
one of the most searching, rewarding, enchanting of our many different kinds of experience.
Theatre unites actors and spectators, moves our feelings, establishes close contacts between
people, creates the atmosphere for thinking. Theatre makes it possible to establish close contacts
between actors and spectators, to create intellectual atmosphere, to distinguish between the good
and the bad, to understand and enjoy the beauty.
6. There is an actor in the history of theatre and cinema whose name is well known for
everybody. It is Andrey Mironov. He got to be known thanks to his numerous film roles. I
believe, everybody remembers his brilliant performances in “Twelve Chairs”, “A Diamond
Arm”, “Adventures of Italians in Russia” and many other unforgettable comedies. He is one of
the most brilliant comic actors of our days. His artistic palette is unbelievably rich. Though his
humour is often sad, sometimes sarcastic, it left nobody indifferent. Spectators began to smile
from the first minute Andrey appeared in the screen. The name of Mironov in the caption of a
film was a guarantee of good entertainment a promise of high skill and good taste less known
was Mironov a dramatic actor. He was a bright star in the constellation of popular dramatic
actors who played in the Moscow Theatre of Comedy in those days. His repertoire in the theatre
was richer and wore various than in films where directors exploited his gift of a comic only. His
Figaro in “The Barber of Seville” is the best sample of his talent, his ability to create both comic
and tragic characters. His sense of display, an ability to identify with a role, artistic imagination,
intellectual and spiritual strength his exquisite sense of humour made Andrey Mironov a
favourite of millions of spectators.
текста
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2
3
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5
6
тема
Ключи: 1- C 2 D 3 A 4 B 5 G 6 F (7- E)
Повышенный уровень задания
Прочитайте текст и заполните пропуски 1 6 частями предложений, обозначенных
буквами А - G. Одна из частей в списке А – G лишняя. Занесите букву, обозначающую
соответствующую часть предложения, в таблицу.
During the past hundred years, the radio, the cinema, TV and now Internet have made great
changes in the entertainment with which people fill their free time. More than a hundred years
ago people knew how to entertain themselves much better than they do now. When a group of
people gathered together, they talked, played cards or other games, read aloud to each other, or
went out shooting or walking together. Summer picnics were also a great hit those days. Most of
people could 1 ………………….., so at a party the guests entertained each other. Conversation
was an art; amusing conversation could keep people happy for hours.
As for games, such as football, tennis, people used to play them more often than they do now.
Most of them didn’t play very well, but they could 2 …………, Nowadays we are entertained
by professionals. There appeared even such phenomena as show industry and professional sport.
With the help of electronic Mass Media they are ruling in modern society. I’m not an exception
and also pay my tribute to them. So choosing among theatre, cinema and TV, I’ll certainly
choose Theatre.
Theatre is the ancient but ever - youthful parent of all entertainment in dramatic form. It has
existed on and off for two-and-a-half thousand years because there is something special to itself
that it offers us. But what is it that is special about the theatre? A famous playwright Priestly
compares theatre with the restaurant. In a very good restaurant we have 3 …………….; in a
canteen we are merely served with standard portions of a standard meal. And this is the
difference between the living Theatre and the mass entertainment of films, radio and television.
In the theatre the play is specially cooked for us.
The production never takes its final shape, until it has an audience. The actors are not playing to
microphones and cameras but to warmly responsive fellow-creatures. And they are never giving
exactly the same performance. If the audience tends to be heavy, unresponsive the company
slightly sharpens and heightens its performance to bring the audience to life, and vice versa, if
the audience is too enthusiastic. One more thing, when we see a play we form part of an
audience. This is important, because we behave differently when we are part of audience. If the
play is funny, we laugh a great deal more that we should if we were by ourselves. If it is pathetic
we are more deeply moved just because a lot of other people are being moved too. We have 4
…………, and this in itself is a good thing, particularly these days when too many people
usually living in large cities feel cut off, and separate.
To enjoy the theatre we have to join it. Today theatre is at some kind of crisis. The houses are
alarmingly empty. Many other forms of entertainment have superseded theatre. There are many
who do not care whether theatre lives or dies.
This is causing anxiety. The main reason for that is that our cultural level is painfully low. Now
we can see the degradation of people’s spiritual and cultural standards as a whole, the erosion of
values and ideals. And culture is the health of
a nation, a way of improving its genetic fund. It’s impossible to survive without culture. Theatre
is the means of the disseminating culture. School is responsible for awakening a child’s interest
to theatre, it’s necessary to instil into people, into their consciousness the love to the theatre. I do
believe that the situation will change to the better. Theatre will never die. For some people it died
long ago, - for people who are poorly developed emotionally, they simply do not understand the
Theatre, as they do not understand painting, serious music. But theatre is eternal. The
atmosphere in theatre is solemn. It’s the magical place where man meets his image, where people
are taught to appreciate the beauty, to hate the evil, ugliness, where feelings are stirred, where
our souls and mind are elevated. It is the enduring home of dramatic experience, which is surely
one of 5 …………… Theatre unites actors and spectators, moves our feelings, establishes close
contacts between people, creates the atmosphere for thinking. Theatre makes it 6 …………, to
create intellectual atmosphere, to distinguish between the good and the bad, to understand and
enjoy the beauty.
A amuse themselves and their friends
B sing or play a musical instrument
C to share the feelings of a great many other people to enjoy a play properly
D a dinner that is specially cooked for us
E possible to establish close contacts between actors and spectators5
F the most searching, rewarding,
enchanting of our many different kinds of experience
G the most attractive way of entertainment
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2
4
5
6
Ключи: 1 B 2- A 3 D 4 - C 5 F 6 E (7 - G)
Высокий уровень задания
Прочитайте текст и выполните задания А1– А5, обводя цифру 1, 2, 3 или 4,
соответствующую номеру выбранного вами варианта ответа.
During the past hundred years, the radio, the cinema, TV and now Internet have made great
changes in the entertainment with which people fill their free time.
More than a hundred years ago people knew how to entertain themselves much better than they
do now. When a group of people gathered together, they talked, played cards or other games,
read aloud to each other, or went out shooting, or walking together. Summer picnics were also a
great hit those days. Most of people could sing or play a musical instrument, so at a party the
guests entertained each other. Conversation was an art, amusing conversation could keep people
happy for hours.
As for games, such as football, tennis, people used to play them more often than they do now.
Most of them didn’t play very well, but they could amuse themselves and their friends.
Nowadays we are entertained by professionals. There appeared even such phenomena as show
industry and professional sport. With the help of electronic Mass Media they are ruling in
modern society. I’m not an exception and also pay my tribute to them. So choosing among
theatre, cinema and TV, I’ll certainly choose Theatre.
Theatre is the ancient but ever - youthful parent of all entertainment in dramatic form. It has
existed on and off for two-and-a-half thousand years because there is something special to itself
that it offers us. But what is it that is special about the theatre? A famous playwright Priestly
compares theatre with the restaurant. In a very good restaurant we have a dinner that is specially
cooked for us; in a canteen we are merely served with standard portions of a standard meal.
And this is the difference between the living Theatre and the mass entertainment of films, radio
and television. In the theatre the play is specially cooked for us.
The production never takes its final shape, until it has an audience. The actors are not playing to
microphones and cameras but to warmly responsive fellow-creatures. And they are never giving
exactly the same performance. If the audience tends to be heavy, unresponsive the company
slightly sharpens and heightens its performance to bring the audience to life, and vice versa, if
the audience is too enthusiastic. One more thing, when we see a play we form part of an
audience. This is important, because we behave differently when we are part of audience. If the
play is funny, we laugh a great deal more that we should if we were by ourselves. If it is pathetic
we are more deeply moved just because a lot of other people are being moved too. We have to
share the feelings of a great many other people to enjoy a play properly, and this in itself is a
good thing, particularly these days when too many people usually living in large cities feel cut
off, and separate.
To enjoy the theatre we have to join it. Today theatre is at some kind of crisis. The houses are
alarmingly empty. Many other forms of entertainment have superseded theatre. There are many
who do not care whether theatre lives or dies.
This is causing anxiety. The main reason for that is that our cultural level is painfully low. Now
we can see the degradation of people’s spiritual and cultural standards as a whole, the erosion of
values and ideals. And culture is the health of a nation, a way of improving its genetic fund. It’s
impossible to survive without culture. Theatre is the means of the disseminating culture. School
is responsible for awakening a child’s interest to theatre, it’s necessary to instil into people, into
their consciousness the love to the theatre. I do believe that the situation will change to the better.
Theatre will never die. For some people it died long ago, - for people who are poorly developed
emotionally, they simply do not understand the Theatre, as they do not understand painting,
serious music. But theatre is eternal. The atmosphere in theatre is solemn. It’s the magical place
where man meets his image, where people are taught to appreciate the beauty, to hate the evil,
ugliness, where feelings are stirred, where our souls and mind are elevated. It is the enduring
home of dramatic experience, which is surely one of the most searching, rewarding, enchanting
of our many different kinds of experience. Theatre unites actors and spectators, moves our
feelings, establishes close contacts between people, creates the atmosphere for thinking. Theatre
makes it possible to establish close contacts between actor and spectators, to create intellectual
atmosphere, to distinguish between the good and the bad, to understand and enjoy the beauty.
A1. Great changes in the entertainment took place in our life because ……….. appeared.
1. the radio
2. the cinema
3. Internet
4. the radio, the cinema, TV and Internet
A2. Nowadays we are entertained by
1. show industry
2. professional sport
3. show industry, professional sport and electronic Mass Media
4. electronic Mass Media
A3. A famous playwright Priestly compares theatre with
1. the kitchen
2. the restaurant
3. the buffet
4. the canteen
A4. The actors are playing to
1. microphones and cameras
2. themselves
3. the audience
4. to their pleasure
A5. The health of any nation is
1. their genetic fund
2. their people
3. theatre
4. culture
Ключи: A1 4 A2 3 A3 2 A4 3 A5 4
2.
Teacher: Film making industry developed rapidly and the number of genres of films grew
constantly. Look at this crossword here you can meet a lot of genres.
Do the crossword ‘Movie genres’.
Across:
1. A movie about natural catastrophes.
3. A movie where animation characters take part.
4. A story or play with many sudden exciting events, and very good or bad characters, who show
feelings that are too strong or simple to seem real.
6. A movie about life in the 19th century in the American West.
7. A movie in which imaginary future developments in science and their effect on life are shown.
9. A play, film etc that is intended to entertain people and make them laugh.
10. A book or film that tells an exciting story about murder or crime.
Down:
1. A movie or television programme that gives facts and information about something.
2. A movie which is stuffed with fights.
5. A play or movie that uses singing and dancing to tell a story.
8. A movie in which strange and frightening things happen.
Teacher: Right now you will listen to the dialogue between a man and a woman and say whether
the woman likes or dislikes each type of movie (задание базового уровня) and listen to the
dialogue and fill in the gaps(задание повышенного уровня )
Man: Hey, Kathy. I'm thinking about renting a movie for tonight's party, and I want to know
what kind of movies you like.
Woman: Okay. What kind of movies do you have in mind?
Man: Well, what about action movies?
Woman: Ah, I don't really like action movies. Too much violence.
Man: Okay, do you like comedies?
Woman: Now, I do enjoy comedies.
Man: Fine. Well, what do you think of horror movies or love stories?
Woman: Uh . . . I'm not really crazy about horror movies, but love stories are often fun to watch.
Oh, and I really like foreign films, too.
Man: Okay. I'll go to the video store and see what I can find. Thanks.
1. Action:
A. like
B. dislike
2. Comedies:
A. like
B. dislike
3. Horror:
A. like
B. dislike
4. Love:
A. like
B. dislike
5. Foreign:
A. like
B. dislike
Man: Hey, Kathy. I'm (1) about renting a movie for tonight's party, and I want to
(2) what kind of movies you like.
Woman: Okay. What kind of movies do you have in mind?
Man: Well, what about (3) movies?
Woman: Ah, I don't really like action movies. Too much (4) .
Man: Okay, do you like comedies?
Woman: Now, I do (5) comedies.
Man: Fine. Well, what do you think of (6) movies or love stories?
Woman: Uh . . . I'm not really (7) about horror movies, but love stories are
(8) fun to watch. Oh, and I really like (9) films, too.
Man: Okay. I'll go to the video store and see what I can (10) . Thanks.
Keys:
1. thinking
2. know
3. action
4. violence
5. enjoy
6. horror
7. crazy
8. often
9. foreign
10. find
3.
Teacher: How do your own movie preferences compare with the woman's likes and dislikes in
the conversation?
P1, P2, P3
Teacher: I see, thank you. Sometimes it’s too difficult to make an agreement with your partner if
you are talking about opposite things. Right now, some people are going to express their point of
view on watching musicals, others are going to talk about watching horror films.
(Базовый уровень - монолог)
Give a talk on the problem “Musicals
Remember to speak about:
the role of musicals in our life;
whether you like it or not and why;
(повышенный уровень - диалог)
You and your friend are discussing advantages and disadvantages of watching horror films.
Some people prefer to watch them. Others choose not to watch them at all. You have to compare
the benefits of spending time watching horror films with benefits of not watching. Give specific
reasons to support your answer.
You begin the conversation.
Remember to:
discuss all the points;
take an active part in the conversation and be polite;
come up with suggestions;
give reasons;
invite your partner to come up with suggestions;
find out your partner’s attitudes and take them into account;
come to an agreement.
4.
Teacher: Well, everybody did a great job today and I think that it wouldn’t be very difficult for
you to write a test next lesson.