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План урока в 6 «Б» классе Тема: Communication by hobbies? Education by hobbies? Цели: Практическая: создание условий для развития умений анализировать текст для чтения и аудирования и использовать его в новых ситуациях общения (диалогическое и монологическое высказывание, письменная речь) Образовательная: ознакомление учащихся с историческими фактами о филателии, известных коллекционерах и деятельностью клубов по интересам. Развивающая: создание условий для развития у школьников умений сотрудничать при решении проблемы, выражать собственную точку зрения Воспитательная: создание ситуации, способствующей поддержанию интереса к коллекционированию как развивающему увлечению Сопутствующие задачи: способствовать развитию навыка изучающего чтения и слушания, просмотрового чтения Оснащение: учебник для 6 класса «MagicТоur» часть 1, Н.В. Юхнель/Минск «Вышэйшая школа», 2006; мультимедийная презентация, раздаточный материал. Ход урока: I. Motivation stage. Good morning, children. To start our lesson I'd like you to look at these pictures. This is a house of a famous person. Can you guess what he does?/Who's he by profession? What's his hobby? Well, he is a well-known collector. What does he collect? Today we'll speak about collecting. But this word has got a big family. Look: collect (collected), collector, collecting, collection. Read the story and fill in the gaps with these words. You can ask your partner for help. What word is for "action"?/ "process?"/ "person"?/ "things"? Do you collect anything? Is your collection big? Are there collectors in your family? Do you agree that hobbies are usually for fun? But can we say that collecting is a serious hobby? Well, today we'll learn a great deal of interesting things and surprising facts and you'll prove that this hobby can be taken seriously. II. Reading stage (skimming reading) Let's start our research, shall we? First of all we are to answer these questions: 'what do people collect?' and 'why do people collect?' Look at the back of your chairs. If you see the word "what" you're in the first group. If "why" - in the second. Please join your group. Read your articles. Answer your question. Discuss the answers to your questions in groups. Use our helpful phrases: as far as I understand, I suppose, I’m sure, I agree/disagree. Please present your ideas to you partner from the opposite group. Listen carefully. After that group "Why" will try to say what people usually collect, group "what" -is it possible to become rich by collecting things. So, what do people usually collect? And is Robert's collection usual? Does he take his hobby seriously? Why? Why did Mary start collecting fossils? Is it possible to become rich? Did she take her hobby seriously? Why? III Relaxation pause You've already said you collect... And as far as you know I'm also fond of collecting. I collect funny pictures and drawings. Look at this one. Is it true about you? Let's imagine you're at home. Listen to music and copy the movements. IV Reading stage (scanning) Let's go back to our research. Look at some more pictures. You can see the items people often collect. What are the most popular things people collect? Well, read an encyclopedia article. Fill in the gaps with one word. And it will be the answer to my question. Read the text again and decide if these statements are true or false? Look at the slide and check yourselves. I'd like to ask you some more questions. But the words in them are mixed. Write down the unscrambled sentences. Read the question and address it to someone in the group. Discuss with your partner the reasons why collecting stamps can be a serious hobby. Don't forget to use our beautiful words. Present your thoughts. V Listening stage pre-listening I can give you one more idea why it can be a serious hobby. When people have common interests they join together. There are a lot of clubs: readers' club for literature lovers, sport clubs, computer clubs and ... collectors' clubs. -listening for general understanding Listen and say what club it is. -listening for details You can do many things in this club. Look through the list ('swap stamps' -comment). Listen and mark the correct answer. What would you like to do in this club? Would you like to join this club and find new friends? What other reasons to join this club can you name? VI Writing stage But to join such a club you're to fill in the registration form. I've got one. Write down the answers. Thank you very much. PI will gather your registration forms and make up a statistics report. I'll give some recommendations during the break. VII Reflection So, have we proved that collecting can be a serious hobby? Look at the topic of our lesson. Communication by hobbies? Education by hobbies? Help me to change question marks into exclamation marks. Thank you very much. Your marks for today are... Your homework for the next lesson is: PI - statistics report Compositions (7-8 sentences): "My collection"/ "Things I'd like to collect" AB p.33 ex. L 1 abc. Have a nice day!