Открытый урок "Books in our life" 8 класс

Открытый урок по
английскому языку
8 класс
Тема: «Books in our life»
Учитель высшей
квалификационной категории
ГБОУ школы 1935
Пюра Ирина Николаевна
Дата проведения: февраль . 2015г.
Задачи урока:
Обучающие развивать у учащихся речевые умения аудирования и говорения (в
монологической и диалогической форме) закрепить изученную лексику; обучать
умению читать с полным пониманием.
Воспитательные воспитывать у учащихся интерес к изучению английского
языка; формировать культуру чтения, интерес и любовь учащихся к книгам.
Развивающие развивать воображение, навыки письма, логическое мышление.
Оборудование: плакат с деревом, на которое прикрепляются листья для
закрепления лексики, проект, выставка книг, раздаточный материал для чтения и
работы в парах.
Ход урока:
I. Приветствие. Организационный момент. Сообщение темы.
Постановка задач урока
T: Today we are going to speak about one of the most wonderful things in the
world. Well, try to guess what it is!
II. Фонетическая зарядка
T: Look on the blackboard and read the rhyme please
It has no mouth but speaks.
It is not a tree but it has leaves.
It is not alive but it cat be a good friend
right! It is a book
(Учащиеся повторяют за учителем, индивидуально)
III. Работа с лексикой.
T: A wise man said, “Life without books is as tree without leaves”. Now let us
grow our book tree and put on clothes on it. (На доске изображен ствол
дерева с ветвями, но без листьев. На листья, которые прикрепляются,
написаны слова, обозначающие литературные жанры)
Romance - роман приключенческого или любовного жанра;
Detective story детектив;
History book - исторический роман;
Adventure story приключение;
Fantasy фантастика;
Fairy tale сказка;
Science fiction научная фантастика;
Horror story ужасы;
Biography (autobiography) биография;
Poetry поэзия.
(Учащиеся отрабатывают лексику, произносят за учителем, индивидуально)
IV. Аудирование текстов с целью закрепления лексики
T: now let’s have a guessing game. Listen to the beginnings of different kinds of
stories and try to guess what story it is, and why you think so. (Учащиеся слушают
начало текстов и определяют, к какому жанру он принадлежит)
1) horror story;
2) science fiction;
3) true story;
4) detective story;
5) fairy story.
V. Краткие монологические высказывания учащихся о том, как они
выбирают книги (учебник стр. 132)
T: How do you choose a book? Tell us please
VI. Работа в парах
T: Now, imagine, please, that you are reports who have been asked to research
books people prefer to read. Ask questions each other
чащиеся задают вопросы, которые написаны на карточках)
1) What types of books are you fond of reading?
2) How many books do you read a month?
3) Have your read any books in English?
4) What stories or books did you enjoy when you were a child?
5) What was the last book you read? What was it about?
VII. Чтение текста «Books in our life».
T: And now take the lists and read the text «Books in our life».Translate the
underlined sentences.
(Учащиеся читают текст и переводят подчеркнутые предложения)
VIII. Практика в монологической речи.
T: And now what book do you recommend to read?
(Учащиеся рассказывают о своей любимой книге и советуют ее прочитать.
Описания книг помещены в проекте.)
IX. Работа с пословицами о книгах и запись их в тетрадь.
T: There are some proverbs on the black board. Read it and write in your exercise
books, please.
1. A room without books is like a body without a soul.
2. Tell me what you read and I will tell you what you are
3. Books are a great thing as long as you know how to use them
4. There is no friends so faithful as a good book
5. The person who doesn’t read has no advantage over the person who can not
6. We are what we read
X. Подведение итогов урока. Чтение стихотворения в учебнике.
T: Open your books on page and read the rhyme
Д/з: выучить наизусть стихотворение стр. 145
Books in Our Life
Nowadays it's almost impossible to imagine our life without books. Perhaps
there are more books on our planet then men alive. Long before the invention of
printing people valued books as treasure troves of the human knowledge and
experience. Handwritten manuscripts took months of writing and were collected by
and kept in monasteries with utmost care. We can put books into three classes. Firstly,
books on different branches of knowledge, works by brilliant minds of mankind.
Secondly, textbooks, reference books and numerous dictionaries. And lastly, books of
all kinds and genres to read at leisure.
Classics should be taken a little at a time. One's understanding of books by
Tolstoy and Dostoevsky, Maupassant and Balzac depends on one's age and experience.
Serous books are to be read conscientiously and maybe more then once. To a
thinking reader they will provide new food for thought every time he rereads it. Many
people indulge in reading science fiction, fantasy or detective stories. Of course, there
are some advantages and disadvantages of this king of literature, often referred to as
"easy reading". To me, good science fiction and fantasy develop imagination, logical
thinking, and broaden one's outlook. The same could be said in favour of detective
stories. Stories of this genre by Arthur Conan Doyle, Agatha Christie and others reveal
minute details of everyday life in this or that particular country, show the depths of
psychological analysis, and insight into human nature.
As an old saying goes, man cannot live on bread alone. Books are the source of
knowledge and the means of selfperfection. Somelimes it is difficult to solve some
problems in life. I think that books can help us. Books must be our friends during all
our life.
1) What types of books are you fond of reading?
2) How many books do you read a month?
3) Howe you read any books in English?
4) What stories or books did you enjoy when you were a child?
5) What was the last book you read? What was it about?