Автор: Шатова Юлия Вячеславовна
Учебное заведение: МКОУ "Роговская СОШ"
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Методическая разработка урока по английскому языку 9 класс по теме «Средства массовой информации»

Цели:

  1. Развитие предметной, коммуникативной, кросскультурной компетентностей,
  2. Развитие умений и навыков устной и письменной речи,
  3. Развитие умений и навыков аудирования,
  4. Развитие умений и навыков чтения.

Задачи:

  • Активизация лексики по теме: телевидение,
  • Введение новой лексики по теме: пресса (газеты и журналы).

Используемые методы:

  • коммуникативный;
  • интерактивный;
  • использования средств компьютера.

Образовательные технологии:

  • технология мультимедиа презентаций;
  • технология диалогового общения;
  • информационно-коммуникационная технология.

Оборудование:

  • компьютер;
  • мультимедиа проектор;
  • интерактивная доска;
  • фотопрезентация Microsoft PowerPoint (авторский продукт);
  • раздаточный материал; (Приложение 1Приложение 2Приложение 3)
  • Учебник по английскому языку для 9 класса общеобразовательных учреждений / В.П.Кузовлев, Н.М. Лапа, Э.Ш. Перегудова и др., изд. М.: Просвещение, 20013г;
  • Аутентичное электронное учебное пособие Oxford Word Skills: Learn and practice English vocabulary. Basic: for elementary and pre-intermediate learners/ OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS, 2008 с CD-ROM;
  • словарь Longman Essential Activator / LONGMAN, 1997
  • «New Timesavers for English Teachers» и «Timesaver For Real! English in Everyday Situations» / MARY GLASGOW MAGAZINES, 2004;
  • «Developing Communication Skills In English», О.Г. Беспалова, СанктПетербург, СМИО Пресс, 2008г.
  • английские газеты и журналы
  • таблички с новой лексикой и иллюстрации по теме на магнитной школьной доске.

 

Ход урока

  • Организационный момент

Hello, everybody! Glad to see you all here. I’m Tatiana Mikhailovna. I’m going to teach you English today. We are going to speak about the MEDIA, to train the material you have already learnt and to learn some new material on this topic. By the way, can you explain the meaning of the words MASS MEDIA?

  • Let us consult the English Dictionary: Longman Essential Activator. I have prepared some copies for you. Try to find the word ‘the media’, (p. 518) (учащиеся зачитывают определение в словаре). Учитель добавляетWe can now add the INTERNET here. Well, Mass media, that is press, radio, television and the Internet, have become an inseparable part of our everyday life. Of course, they have changed greatly during the recent years. TV has become the most efficient means of forming public opinion and source of information. As far as I know, you have learnt a lot about television. So, let us review the vocabulary.
  • Look at the pictures and match them to the words (New Timesavers for English Teachers / MARY GLASGOW MAGAZINES, 2004/ p. 56). После того, как учащиеся ответят, на экране в презентации появляются правильные Ответы.
  • And now we’ll take another copy — p. 47. Here are the names of some different kinds of TV programmes. Read each definition and put the letters in the correct order to make the names of the programme. Number 1 is done for you. Вновь на экране появляются Ответы.
  • What words and expressions can we use to speak about our favourite programs? (Учебник по английскому языку для 9 класса общеобразовательных учреждений / В.П.Кузовлев, Н.М. Лапа, Э.Ш. Перегудова и др., изд. М.: Просвещение, 2006г./p. 76

Let’ review some of them: from your textbook:названия телепередач

(documentaries, feature films discussions, interviews plays, serials, operas pop/rock music concerts comedies, police series sports, news, cartoons game/quiz/talk shows:), слова и выражения, для рассказа о них (creative, entertainment, informative, specialized, clever, children’s, funny, live, serious, educational, lovely, political;

It is the story of/about/on …. The story centres on …, It is set in …, The main characters of … ,

The story line is …, The acting is (pretty) good …, It’s good in the way it shows :;

  • it deals with the lives of … people.
  • it gives you an opportunity to phone in.
  • it offers dancing and singing competitions and quizzes.
  • it is with fun and game we can take part in.
  • it combines live music and interviews with famous people.
  • it is hosted by well-known TV presenters.
  • it features all kinds of music.
  • it keeps you informed about the rest of the world.
  • it helps to escape from boring school life/stress/problems.
  • on «…» people talk about, play, sing live, win prizes, …
  • it is a mixture of …)
  • To review the active vocabulary, let’s read a short text about TV programmes. Pay attention to the way people speak about their favourite programmes. Then try to speak yourselves.(Текст читают учащиеся по-очереди вслух).

MY FAVOURITE TV PROGRAMME

Many people watch TV at leisure. One can choose the programme one likes best. Those who like music can listen to various concerts. Sport fans can watch football or hockey matches. Television extends our knowledge about the world in which we live. Millions of people can see different lands, new plants, unusual animals and birds, mountains and valleys.

My favourite TV programme is one made by Dmitriy Krylov. It is a weekly programme. It is broadcast on Sunday. This programme is very popular in our country. They show many historical places, tell interesting facts about different countries and cities, broadcast interviews with famous people. I like this programme and try not to miss it.

I prefer to watch youth programmes such as «While Everybody’s at Home» on Sunday and «The Morning Star». In addition I like to see interesting films. They might be feature, adventure, scientific, horror, cartoon and other films. I enjoy seeing Walt Disney’s cartoons.
Now and then I like to see cognitive programmes’. «What? Where? When? «, «Brain-ring». They are enjoyable and entertaining programmes.

  • And now I’d like to find out what TV programs you prefer. Please, stand up! Imagine you are journalists. Come up to your classmates and ask them some questions, for example

What TV programs do you like? Why?

Then you will come back to your seats. Some of you will report about the preferences of your classmates.

For example:

Lena says she likes news programs, because they keep you informed about the rest of the world.

Or: Dima says he likes (prefers) game shows, because «…» people talk, play, sing live, win prizes in them: (На экране появляется образец выполнения задания)

Now, you are welcome!

1-2 минуты учащиеся задают вопросы друг другу. Затем возвращаются на места. Спрашиваю 3-4 человек.

Thank you.

  • Now, have a look at the interactive board. We are going to train some more useful words (учебное пособие Oxford Word Skills: Learn and practice English vocabulary. Basic: for elementary and pre-intermediate learners/ OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS, 2008 с CD-ROM / p. 53 I can talk about the media)
  1. listen and say:
  2. listen and click
  3. choose the correct answer
  4. listen and read
  5. listen and drag the words to the correct spaces
  6. complete the text

(к доске вызываю учащихся, они сами выполняют упражнения на интерактивной доске)

  • We have trained a lot. And now let us try to speak about press. What do we usually call by the word PRESS?

Yes, of cause, we mean newspapers and magazines. Sometimes we misuse the word ‘magazine’. We should know that there are ‘magazines’ and there are also ‘journals’.

  • Look up the definition of the word ‘journal’ in the Longman Essential Activator, p. 518

A ‘journal’ is a serious magazine on a particular subject, containing articles by university teachers, scientists, doctors etc.

‘The British Medical Journal’ :

A magazine is a large, thin book with a paper cover, often printed on shiny paper, which contains stories, articles, photographs, and some times also news.

(См. кадры презентации и иллюстрации, таблички со словами на школьной доске)

(Демонстрирую образцы английских журналов и газет, привезенных из Англии)

  • Here is a text about the PRESS. Read it and answer the questions, given after it.

To learn more about the British PRESS, read the next text. (информативное чтение)

BRITISH PRESS

Mass media, that is press, radio and television, have become an inseparable part of our everyday life. Of course, they have changed greatly during the recent years. TV has become the most efficient means of forming public opinion and source of information. Radio broadcasts a lot of entertaining programmes for all tastes and ages. But the greatest variety of everything we still find in newspapers and magazines.

When we speak about press in Great Britain, we must say that practically every Englishman begins his day with reading a newspaper. There are two types of newspapers in Great Britain. The Qualities are aimed at educated middle-class and professional people. They are large in size and they lay emphasis on detailed coverage of national and international news, political comment, cultural events and the world of finance. The major Qualities are The Daily Telegraph, The Times, The Independent and The Guardian. The Daily Telegraph has a circulation of one million copies. They are not owned by political parties. However, they are usually politically biased. The Guardian is fairly left wing, while The Times and The Daily Telegraph are right wing.

The popular papers or Tabloids are aimed at non-intellectual mass readership. They are smaller in size, but their circulation is much greater. News stories and articles are short, the coverage of serious news is limited. The emphasis is on pictures, entertainment, personalities and crime stories. The language is very colloquial and sensational. The photographers of these newspapers are usually called paparazzi, for they are unscrupulous in their obsession to get a sensational picture. The major Tabloids are The Sun, The Daily Mirror, The Daily Mail, The Daily Express and some others. The largest of them all, The Sun, has a circulation of more than 4 million.

Those papers mentioned above are daily newspapers. But there are also Sunday newspapers. They are larger than dailies because people have more time to read and they cost more. Many have colour supplements. Naturally, there are both tabloids and qualities.

Questions:

  1. What are the main types of the British newspapers?
  2. What are The Qualities like?
  3. What are the popular papers or Tabloids like?

So, try to remember the new words: PRESS, The Qualities or broadsheets, The popular papers or Tabloids

  • In your textbooks you have ex.3 on page 80. READ, please, will you? (учащиеся знакомятся с содержанием упражнения, которое им предстоит выполнить дома — см. приложение «К домашнему заданию»)
  • At HOME make up a table of two columns. And write what is typical of each of the newspapers given in the exercise. (Образец выполнения задания появляется на экране)

The Qualities

The Popular Papers Or Tabloids

contain political, industrial and cultural news

contain sensational stories

 

 

Thank you for the lesson. And now I’d like to know your opinion concerning the lesson.

Here are some cards. Please, write plusses where choose (+) (Учащимся предлагается выразить свое отношение к уроку и самим оценить свою работу на уроке)

I like the lesson

I don’t like the lesson

The lesson was interesting

I have learnt something new

The lesson was boring

 

 

 

 

 

My mark for the lesson

5

4

3

2

 

 

 

 

             

Thank you! My best regards to you. Bye!

 

 

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