Конспект урока "Theatre" 8 класс

Конспект открытого урока по английскому языку в 8 «А»
Учитель: Шор Екатерина Викторовна
Тип урока: комбинированный урок
Тема урока: «Theatre»
Цель урока: обобщить знания учащихся по теме “Театр”, совершенствовать
навыки и умения в работе над пассивным залогом.
Задачи урока:
Образовательные: систематизировать знания учащихся по теме “Театр”;
научить работать с различными заданиями; активизировать работу каждого
Развивающие: развивать лексические навыки говорения;
развивать навыки аудирования с извлечением конкретной информации и
детального понимания содержания;
развивать мышление, логическую догадку, фантазию при изучении
иностранного языка.
Воспитательные: воспитание чувства прекрасного, любви к искусству;
прививать любовь и желание изучать иностранный язык через разные формы
Практические: умение выражать свое мнение;
умение задавать вопросы и отвечать на них;
умение трансформировать предложения из активного залога в пассивный;
умение оценивать себя в разных видах речевой деятельности.
Аспекты языка: лексика, грамматика.
Виды речевой деятельности: аудирование, монологическая и диалогическая
речь, чтение, письмо.
Режим работы: индивидуальный, фронтальный, групповой.
Виды упражнений: языковые, условно-речевые, грамматические.
Ход урока
Teacher’s activity
Students’ activity
ный момент
Good morning, students!
I am glad to see you.
Sit down, please.
Kristina, who is absent today?
Sasha, how are you today?
Good morning, teacher!
We are glad to see you too.
Nobody is absent today.
I’m fine, thanks.
II. Установка
на урок
Look at the board, please.
<Приложение1. Видеонарезка
по теме «Театр»>
Тема урока
I hope, you’ve already
suspected, what is the topic of
our lesson?
Yes, that’s right.
The topic of our lesson is
лексики по
теме «Театр»
Let’s enter to the theatre. What
can we see there?
<Работа с интерактивной
Please, match the words to the
Is everything clear? OK.
So, I have some riddles for you.
Please, listen attentively and
answer my questions.
1. The performance takes
place on it.
2. This comes down at the
end of the performance.
3. Seats on the same level
as the stage.
4. This person shows you to
your seat.
5. You use these to see the
stage better when your
seat is far away.
6. You walk down this to
find your seat.
7. You can find cheaper
seats here.
8. This plays music during
the performance.
Students listen to the
definitions and guess.
It’s a stage
It’s a curtain
They are stalls
It’s an usher
They are opera glasses
It’s an aisle [ail]
It’s a balcony
It’s an orchestra
Let’s remember the beginning
of the theatre.
Please, read this quotation.
“All the world's a stage, and all
the men and women merely
players”. Shakespeare
Весь мир театр, и люди в
нем актеры. В. Шекспир
Shakespeare is considered a
founder of the theatre.
I’d like you to listen to the text
about William Shakespeare and
his hometown and say which
facts are true, false or not
mentioned in it. So, please,
open your books at p. 222 ex. 1.
You will listen to the text twice,
and then be ready to answer my
<Track 75>
1.t, 2.t, 3.t, 4.nm, 5.t, 6.f, 7.t,
8.nm, 9.t, 10.nm, 11.t, 12.t.
Now I offer you to tell about
the theatre nowadays.
Our girls prepared the
presentation “The visit to the
Bolshoi theatre”. Enjoy the
presentation and then be ready
to answer their questions.
<Презентация о Большом
Are you tired?
You have 3 minutes to relax.
<Ролик релаксация>
Yes, we are.
As you remember, we are in the
theatre. A couple of young
people came here and they are
searching for their seats. Please,
He: This theatre is beautiful!
Perfect surroundings for an
She: I agree! So… where are
we sitting? In the stalls?
He: No, the stalls were fully
booked. Our seats are
somewhere in the circle.
Is it serious or curious
She: Oh, that’s ok… which
raw are we on?
He: Well, let’s see… Our
tickets say W10 and W11 so
that’s… err… five… six rows
up from here… Oh no! We’re
in the very back row!
She: Oh, my goodness, I can
hardly see the stage!
He: Look! there’s a whole
row of empty seats a few rows
further down. Let’s move over
She: I don’t know. They
might be reserved…
He: I don’t think so. The
performance is about to start.
She: Ok, let’s risk it!
He: Ah, that’s better… Oh,
She: What’s now?
He: The man who just sat
down in front of me is really
tall! I can’t see a thing!
It is a curious situation.
IX. Диалоги
Now I offer you to put parts of
the dialogs in the correct order
and read them.
- Did you watch the
musical yesterday?
- Yes, I did. It’s very
different from what I
had seen before.
- - The music was
fascinating and the plot
was thrilling, but
frankly speaking I
didn’t like the acting.
- Have you seen “Gone
with the Wind”?
- Yes, I have.
- What’s your opinion? Is
it worth seeing?
- It’s one of the best
plays I’ve ever seen. I
was greatly impressed
by it.
- Hello! haven’t seen you
for ages. How are you?
- I’m fine, thank you!
And what about you?
- Fine, too! Has your
dream come true?
- Yes, I’m an actress at a
drama theatre, besides I
sometimes play small
roles in films.
- I’m happy for you.
- Thank you.
Look at the board. This is
another quotation of the famous
English writer Bernard Shaw.
Please, read it.
We see here a grammar
construction: he is not believed.
What construction is it?
Yes, that’s right. Tell me, how
can we transform a sentence
from active to the passive
Thank you.
Please, sit at the computer
tables and make the sentences
in the passive voice.
The liar's punishment is not in
the least that he is not
believed, but that he cannot
believe anyone else.
B. Shaw
Наказание лжеца не в том,
что ему никто не верит, а в
том, что он сам никому не
может верить.
Б. Шоу
It is the passive voice
We must add the auxiliary
verb “to be” in the right tense
and the Participle II of the
main verb.
1.Ann remembered the play.
(The play was remembered by
2.A famous actor performs a
Please, read your sentences, and
we are checking them all
new play.
(A new play is performed by a
famous actor )
3.Theatre lovers enjoy
tragedies and comedies.
(Tragedies and comedies are
enjoyed by theatre lovers)
4.The Romans built the first
(The first theatre was built by
the Romans)
5.We’ll remember the play.
(The play will be
XI. Рефлексия
What can you tell about our
lesson? Was it interesting?
What new have you known?
Thank you for your answers.
It was interesting.
I like this lesson.
I like the quotations.
I like the play.
It was very interesting
It’s cool.
The lesson was perfect.
I like music on the lesson.
I want to became an actress.
I want to read Shakespeare in
All of you worked hard today.
Of course you get excellent
marks for today.
Aline gets two excellent marks
for the presentation.
Dasha and Kirill get two
excellent marks too for their
short play.
Your home task for the next
lesson is to find some
interesting information about
English theatres .