Конспект урока "Ourlettersandconflicts" 9 класс

Цель урока: Совершенствовать знания, умения и навыки по всем видам
речевой деятельности по теме «Ourlettersandconflicts», активизация
грамматических навыков по теме «Инфинитив».
Задачи урока:
Обучающая. Совершенствовать навыки устной речи по теме
«Ourlettersandconflicts» с использованием активной лексики, развивать навыки
аудирования чтения и письма с целью подготовки к выпускному экзамену.
Коммуникативная. Тренировать разговорные формы с использованием
речевого клише.
Воспитательная ормировать интерес к написанию писем личного характера
Культурно-развивающая. Формировать социо-культурную компетенцию.
Оснащение урока:
УМК под редакцией Биболетовой М.З, магнитофон, запись текста на CD,
раздаточный материал для индивидуальной и групповой работы, таблицы для
активизации лексических единиц, бланки c заданиями, текст песни.
Lesson plan
Objectives: to master the skills of listening and understanding English language, to
gain good skills of monologue and dialogue, to get the ability to speak well as a
result of experience and training.
Equipment: a type-recorder, CD, cards, blanks.
1 Greetings,
Topic of the lesson
Teacher- Good afternoon everybody. I am glad to see you. Today we’ll
speak, read and write about letters and conflicts in our life It’s the topic for
discussion. All of you will try to take part in this conversation
Are you ready to start?
Let's start our lesson with a few questions about the letters in our life.
Учитель приветствует учащихся, сообщает тему урока.
Учитель задает вопросы и побуждает учащихся отвечать на них Речевая
разминка проводится в быстром темпе.
2 Warming up
Teacher-Can you answer the questions about your practice writing an informal
letter, and how you write informal letters in English
1Where do you write your address?
2.Where do you write your name?
3.Do you write the address of the person you are writing to in the letter?
4.Where do you write the date?
5.How do you begin the informal letter?
6.How do you finish the informal letter?
7.What do you think about writing letters? Is it a good practice?
8 Can the skill of writing letters become a habit?
3 Listening
Teacher-I see you know how to write informal letters .Now I want you to
listen to thetape scriptabout the letters and their authors.
First of all try to refresh your memory and remember the meaning of the
words. Let’s have a look at these words
Если учитель предполагает, что слова из текста по аудированию
могут вызвать затруднения, значение слов объясняется перед прослушиванием
текста. В целях экономии времени, следующие слова, объясняющее значение
появляются на экране монитора с помощью легкого щелчка компьютерной
pen-pals- pen- friends
communicate to express thoughts, feelings or information to someone else.
to believe- think that a fact is true
to create- to make something new or original that did not exist before
deliver - to take letters to a place
occasionally - unexpectedly
treasured- valuable or important
receive- to get
realize to understand
attempt an effort to do something
retired to be on pension
to check for - to control or to examine
to conquer to win a victory
value- the importance of something
resolve - to find a way of dealing with a difficult situation
habit something you do often or regularly, without thinking about it.
practice to do something regularly
waste of time a situation in which time is used without bringing any useful result
persistence - continued to do something in a determined way.
eventually- - at the end of a process or period of time in which many things happen
defender- someone who works to prevent it from being lost or taking away
Teacher –Well, it wasn’t so bad.
Translate the titles for the abstracts of the texts, please.
Try to match these short abstracts to the mixed titles
A).For some people, old habits never die.
B).Sometimes it is a mistake to write a letter.
C).Writing letters in English is good practice.
D).Letter writing is a waste of time.
E).It is a waste of time making your views known.
F).Persistence eventually gives some results.
G).Seven together will be better than one.
Now you’ll listen to the texts. All of them are about writing letters and
people’s attitude to them .
Please, choose the right titles for these abstracts of the given texts
T-Now we are ready to start
Tape script
Speaker 1
I have 6 pals in 6 countries! We are not really «pen» pals, such as since we
communicate via an internet site. We «chat» regularly about all our news but we are
now involved in writing a novel. Each of us in turn adds 200 fresh words for the next
to follow on from. We have no idea how the story will finish but we are having lots
of fun developing the story and believe we are creating a bestseller!
Speaker 2
I write to film stars, pop singers, TV celebrities and even royalty! The letters
are basically the same explaining that I collect letters as a hobby. Very often I don't
even have a correct address but a surprising number of my letters are delivered and
some get a reply. Usually they are printed fan mail responses but very occasionally (1
in a 100) I get a real hand written reply. My most treasured is from J.K. Rowling.
Speaker 3
After birthdays and Christmas, I always write thank you letters for any gifts I
have received. What didn't realize was that every letter I sent to my Granny, since my
very first attempts at making letters, had been marked and graded! My Granny is a
retired English teacher. It turns out that every letter she gets she checks for bad
grammar and spelling mistakes, marks them in red ink and gives them a grade!
Speaker 4
I have a pen pal, Katya, who lives in the Siberian city of Novosibirsk. We go
for old fashioned nail mail" because somehow it is more exciting receiving a letter
than an email. It is more personal holding and reading some pages over which my
friend has worked so hard. And it is hard for her but she is determined to conquer
English and her letters get more fluent and accurate every time
Speaker 5
I wrote to the Prime Minister because I feel that the government should be
doing more to combat global warming. I got a reply (probably from a secretary rather
than the PM) thanking me for my letter. It said that the government agreed with me
and "well done", for taking an interest. But I felt politely ignored. Perhaps it was
stupid to believe that the words of a 16-year-old girl would ever be taken seriously.
Speaker 6
I got a "goodbye" letter from my girl friend. She said that she was writing so
she could choose exactly the right words. She wanted me to understand that she liked
me as a friend but it wasn't a good time for her with exams coming up. She said, «We
should move on». But I thought she should have met me. I would have preferred to
talk about it, agreed together and split up