План-конспект урока "Легко ли стать знаменитым?" 7 класс

План урока по теме «Легко ли стать знаменитым?» в 7 классе
учителя Соловьевой О.Р.
Цели урока:
Образовательная: формирование умений монологической и диалогической речи
по теме урока, понимания высказываний учителя и собеседника в различных
учебных ситуациях;
Развивающая: развитие содержательности и выразительности речи обучающихся,
их творческих и коммуникативных способностей; формирование навыков
проектной деятельности;
Воспитательная: воспитание чувства патриотизма, гордости за своих
соотечественников, уважения к культуре стран изучаемого языка.
Задачи урока:
тренироваться в употреблении лексики по теме «Известные люди»;
развивать умение аудирования с полным пониманием основного содержания;
тренировка коммуникативного взаимодействия обучающихся;
Тип урока – урок закрепления новых знаний.
Педагогические технологии: информационная, проектная, коммуникативная.
Формы работы: фронтальная, индивидуальная.
Оборудование: компьютер, мультимедийный проектор, аудиозаписи, УМК О.А.
Афанасьева, В. Эванс «Английский в фокусе 7 класс».
Ход урока
Этап урока
1. Организационный момент
Рабочий и психологический настрой
учащихся, привлечение внимания к теме
урока и его месте в модуле «In the spotlight»
2. Актуализация имеющихся знаний по теме
урока (warming up)
Побуждение интереса к получению новой
информации по теме урока
3. Представление учащимися мини-
проектов об известных соотечественниках
Развитие умений монологической и
диалогической речи по теме урока,
формирование навыков проектной
4. Аудирование текста «Famous Russian
figure skaters»
Развитие умений аудирования с полным
пониманием содержания на английском
5. Представление учащимися мини-
проектов об известных людях стран
изучаемого языка
Развитие умений монологической и
диалогической речи по теме урока,
формирование навыков проектной
6. Тест по теме урока
Контроль понимания учащимися
содержания представленных проектов
7. Домашнее задание
Закрепление и творческое осмысление
полученных на уроке знаний
8. Рефлексия
Размышление, рождение нового знания,
постановка учеником новых целей
Конспект урока «Is it easy to become famous?».
Teacher: The theme of our lesson “Is it easy to become famous?” Our goals today: to practice the
vocabulary on the topic; to develop speaking abilities; to practice reading & listening for gist
(презентация 1).
Look at the photos of famous people, use the adjectives to make true sentences about each
Do you want to be famous? Why?
I know that you have prepared your own reports about famous people from our country and from
other countries of the world. Now we’ll listen to your reports.
M.V. Lomonosov (презентация 2)
M. V. Lomonosov, is known as the father of Russian science, an outstanding poet, founder of
Russian literature and creator of the Russian language.
M.V. Lomonosov was born on the 19th of November 1711 in a fisherman’s family near
Kholmogory in the village of Denisovka (later renamed Lomonosovo in his honor) not far from
Arkhangelsk [15,16].
Learning was his passion. At an early age Mikhail learned to read and write through church
books. When he was fourteen Lomonosov was given copies of “Modern Church Slavonic” (a
grammar book) and Leonty Magnitsky’s “Arthimetic.”
When he was 19, Lomonosov went on foot to Moscow where he entered the Slavic Greek Latin
Academy. The Academy was closed to peasants and Lomonosov had to hide his peasant origin.
He pretended to be of noble birth.
Here he studied Latin and mastered it in a short period of time. He completed a twelve-year
study course in only five years, graduating at the top of his class.
He was a brilliant pupil and in 1736 he was sent abroad at the University of Marburg. While
abroad Lomonosov studied philosophy, physics, mathematics and foreign languages and even
began writing poetry. He also developed an interest in German literature.
Lomonosov founded Moscow State University in 1755. This university, officially named after
Lomonosov, is at the apex of the Russian system of higher education.
A. Pushkin said about Lomonosov:
« Lomonosov was a great man…. He founded the first Russian university: or to express it more
correctly he himself was our first university».
M.V.Lomonosov made many important discoveries in different fields of science: physics,
chemistry, astronomy. The last period of Lomonosov’s activity was connected with his scientific
invesnigation in navigation. His literary works remain one of the most significant pages of
Russian literature in the 18-th century.
At the end of his life in 1764 Lomonosov was elected honorary member of the Stocholm and
Bologna Academies.
In 1765, Lomonosov caught a cold and died on the 15th of April 1765 at age 54. He is buried
in the cemetery of Alexander Nevsky Monastery in St Petersburg.
Lomonosov is widely known and honoured in our country. The Russian Academy of Sciences
awards Lomonosov honorary medals in scientific achievement - one to a Russian and one to a
foreign scientist.
The Golden Age of Russian Literature (презентация 3)
Alexander Pushkin
Alexander Pushkin, the father of Russian letters, was the author of over seven hundred lyric
poems. He wrote also the volumes of narrative poetry, dramatic works, short stories, and made
adaptations of Russian fairy tales. It is one of the Russia's tragedies that Pushkin, involved by the
court into a duel over his wife's honor, died when he was only 37 years old [9].
Mikhail Lermontov
A young hussar officer, Mikhail Lermontov, expressing his wrath against the society and his
sorrow about Pushkin's death, wrote the verses The Death of the Poet. Lermontov was arrested
for his apparent call for freedom and exiled to the Caucasus. In Caucasus, he started writing his
most celebrated work, A Hero of Our Time. So remarkable is his craftsmanship that Anton
Chekhov recommended anyone to read the first chapter of this novel in order to learn how to
write. In 1841, the rebellious poet was also killed in a duel [10,12].
Nicholai Gogol
The real master of the art of satire was Nicholai Gogol. When he arrived to St. Petersburg
Pushkin encouraged him as a writer. Gogol is best known as the author of The Government
Inspector and Dead Souls. He is famous for telling bitter truths about Russia's troubles [11].
Ivan Turgenev
Novels of Ivan Turgenev were translated into several languages long before the works of any
other Russian writer. His first published work Sportsman's Sketches, demonstrated the author's
gift for depicting Russian nature and characters [5]. Turgenev became famous with his Nest of
Gentlefolk and his masterpiece Fathers and Sons.
Feodor Dostoevsky
Feodor Dostoevsky established his name in the literature with his novel Crime and Punishment,
published in 1866. This novel made him famous not only at home but also in the whole world. In
this work, Dostoevsky gave the brilliant analysis of the Russian character. The hero,
Raskolnikov, after committing a crime, experienced deep feeling of repentance [5].
Leo Tolstoy
Dostoevsky, the real master of psychological prose, is often compared with Leo Tolstoy. Tolstoy
is the greatest Russian thinker and one of the world's supreme novelists. The secret of Tolstoy's
literary success lays in his truthfulness to life.
Tolstoy was born in 1828 at the family estate in Yasnaya Polyana. As a young man, he served in
the army in the Caucasus and in the Crimea. There he wrote his first Sevastopol's Stories. After
marriage to Sophia Behrs in 1862, he spent the next fifteen years in the countryside where he
finished his War and Peace in 1869 and Anna Karenina in 1877. Two years later he came to
deep spiritual crisis, described in his Confession. Rejecting the inventions of urban civilization,
Tolstoy declared a return to the simplicity of primitive agricultural life. He was deeply unhappy
about the fact that he was living in conditions of luxury while surrounded by poverty. In the end
of his life Tolstoy left Yasnaya Polyana forever at the age of eighty-two [13, 17].
Put the adjectives in brackets in the correct comparative or superlative form. Decide if the
statements are T (true) or F (false). Listen and check [2].
1. Slutskay and Gordeeva are two of ………….. (famous) skaters in Russia.
2. Irina Slutskay is …………(young) than Ekaterina Gordeeva.
3. Slutskay is the …………(talented) jumper of all female athletes.
4. Gordeeva and her husband won …….. (many) Olimpic medals than Irina
5. Gordeeva started skating at a …………..(young) age than Irina.
Two of the most famous female skaters in Russia are Irina Slutskay and Ekaterina Gordeeva.
Both of these women have competed for years in different events and have won many
championships around the world.
Irina Slutskay was born in 1979 and began skating at the age of four. She quickly became a
champion in woman’s single figure skating. She has won a record seven European titles and two
world titles, so far. As people say, Slutskay is the most talented jumper of all the female athletes
in the world. She was the first woman to land a triple-triple jump in competition.
Ekaterina Gordeeva is probably the most loved female skater in Russia. She was born in 1971,
she also began skating at the age of four. Gordeeva was not as successful as a single skater and
became a pair’s team with Sergey Grinkov. They won two Olimpic gold medals and four world
championships. Sadly, her career in pair’s skating ended when her partner and husband, Grinkov
died from a hart attack at the age of 28.
Charles Spenser Chaplin (презентация 4)
He was born on the 16
of April in London, England.
His parents separated soon after his birth.
After that Charles lived with his mother.
Charlie first performed in Music Hall in 1894 at the age 5.
As a child, he was often seriously ill.
In 1900, aged 11, his brother helped him get the role of a comic cat in the pantomime Cinderella
at the London Hippodrome.
He became a clown in Fred Karno's Fun Factory comedy company in 1907.
Charlie arrived in the USA with the Karno troupe on October 2, 1912.
He became world famous very quickly. His brother, Sydney, was his business manager.
He also formed his own independent production company in 1918, the Charles Chaplin Film
Corporation, which made him a very wealthy man.
These are comedy shorts (such as A Dog's Life (1918) and Pay Day (1922)
and his great silent feature length films: The Kid (1921),
His silent films with his own music and sound effects: City Lights (1931) and Modern Times
Chaplin won Oscar twice the first Oscar on May 16, 1929, the second award came 44 years later
in 1972.
On March 4, 1975 he was knighted as a Knight of the British Empire by Queen Elizabeth II.
Chaplin died on Christmas Day, 1977 in Vevey, Switzerland, aged 88.
William Shakespeare (презентация 5)
William Shakespeare, the greatest English poet and dramatist. He was born in April 1564 at
Mary Arden, the poet’s mother, was a daughter of rich man.
John Shakespeare, the poet’s father, was the town officers and dealer in corn and meat.
This is the most famous house in England and the most famous house in the world.
Shakespeare was born here.
William Shakespeare wrote most of his plays for the Globe Theatre.
Romeo and Juliet”- an optimistic tragedy, staged in all kinds of theatres.
This wonderful love story is about two lovers Romeo and Juliet. Unfortunately, they died, but
they didn’t stop loving each other. They stayed young forever!
“Hamlet” is a great philosophical tragedy. This role was played by the best actors of all times
and peoples. John Gielgud was the best in the role of Hamlet in England. Russian poet and actor
Vladimir Vysotsky was brilliant in our country.
Othello” is a play about love and jealousy, a play about a person who believed the lie and killed
his wife whom he loved dearly [18].
“King Lear” is the story of a man who was so proud so egoistic that he could not understand a
world around him. He heard only what he wanted to hear; he saw only what he wanted to see.
William Shakespeare was buried here in 1616. Shakespeare's monument in Westminster Abbey.
A memorial statue of Shakespeare is set up in Poet’s Corner.
Walt Disney (презентация 6)
Wizard of animation, giving joy to millions of children around the world, the father of the
famous Mickey Mouse, Bambi, Pluto the dog, Donald Duck and many other animation heroes,
Walt Disney may rightly be considered one of the most important people in the world of cinema.
Walt Elias Disney was born on December 5, 1901 in Chicago, he was the son of Elias
and Flora Disney. When the boy became older, his family moved to a farm
in Missouri, where he spent his childhood.
Walt loved to draw. He sold his drawings to neighbors. It was very helpful, as Disney’s
family had five children. Walt tried to earn money not only by selling paintings,
he also sold newspapers and popcorn in the trains, and later helped his father to deliver the mail.
When Walt Disney grew up, he began to create cartoons, and one day he had an idea to make a
mouse the main character of the cartoons. Mickey Mouse appeared on the screen in 1928 in the
film “Steamer Willie”, and he has remained one of the main symbols of the vast empire of
Disney [14,19].
Half a century with The Beatles (презентация 7)
Music is the greatest thing which connects people over the world. It hasn’t nationality or
citizenship. I would like to tell you about my favorite music band. This group’s name is The
Beatles [1,7,8].
Who are they? Some may say they are four young long-haired hooligans singing primitive tunes.
The others may put them in the same rank with the greatest composers, such as Mozart,
Beethoven and Bach.
They are four boys from Liverpool, who decided to play and sing together. None of them got any
special musical education. They are: energetic, always fighting John, romantic and fantastically
talented Paul, philosophical and bit religious George, always smiling and friendly Ringo [6].
In September 1962 the band's first single "Love Me Do" was released. Their first album “Please
Please Me” was released in the UK in March 1963.
By April 1964 the band's singles occupied the top five spots on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. That
summer they toured New Zealand and Australia, where their arrival was greeted by a crowd
estimated at more than 300,000.
Beatlemania was responsible for the concept of the stadium concert. In 1965 the Fab Four
became Members of the Order of the British Empire, one of the highest honors bestowed in the
UK, usually to military and government officials.
After the Beatles broke up, each of the band members followed separate creative paths [3.4].
The Beatles changed the style of popular music in an unbelievable way and caused a new
musical phenomenon in the sixties. Their music was fresh and original.
50 years later, their music still has the power to unite millions of fans all over the world. The
Beatles bring us together and show why Music Matters. The Beatles still exist, because their
music is loved till our days. Part of themselves lives in our hearts and will remain there forever.
Teacher: Your reports were very interesting. What have you learned today?
What was difficult (interesting) for you today? Estimate you classmates’ work at the lesson.
I’d like to thank you for the participation in our lesson. Our lesson is over. See you soon. Good
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17. http://kp.md/photo/430059/
18. http://lib.ru/SHAKESPEARE/
19. http://www.disney.ru/