Урок на тему:
"Вивчаємо Чарльза Діккенса"
Освітня: розширити та поглибити знання учнів із мови, що вивчається; оцінити рівень розвитку навичок усного мовлення, аудіювання, розуміння прочитаного; збагатити словниковий запас учнів.
1) удосконалювати навички усного та діалогічного мовлення за темою;
2) розвивати граматичні вміння вживання used to;
3) сприяти розвитку мовленнєвої компетентності на прикладі утворення заперечень і запитань із used to.
Розвивальна: розвивати швидку мовленнєву реакцію, пізнавальну активність, уміння логічного викладу думок із теми, інтерес до власної літератури та літератури, мова якої вивчається.
Виховна: розвивати загальнокультурні вміння спілкуватися з людьми, виховувати почуття ввічливості у стосунках з оточуючими, уміння бути дисциплінованими й уважними, сприяти розширенню кругозору учнів.
Обладнання та матеріали: підручник, робочі зошити, тематичні картинки (портрети Чарльза Діккенса), роздавальний матеріал із теми, магнітофон та аудіокасета (GO! 3).
I. Організаційний момент. Вступна частина. Уведення в мовне середовище
Good afternoon, students!
Glad to see you!
How are you?
Today on our lesson we are talking about Charles Dickens and Dicken`s London.
Proverbs: "Reading doesn't make a man wise, it only makes him learned".
"Choose an author as you choose a friend".
Connect the information below:
Writers Settings Characters
Miguel England Mavka
Charles Dickens Ukraine Don Quixote
Lesya Ukrainka Spain Oliver Twist
Work in pairs:
1. What kinds of stories do you enjoy most?
2. Who is your favourite writer?
3. Have you read any books in English? Which ones?
4. What is the best book you`ve ever read?
What kinds of stories do you know?
science fiction funny
II. Основна частина
1.1. Учні презентують підготовлені проектні роботи про життя та творчість Чарльза Діккенса, а потім захищають їх. Приклад.
Charles Dickens began to write at a time when the labour movement, known as the Chartist movement, was at its height. Continuous demonstrations in defense of workers' rights took place in many manufacturing towns and in London as well. The actions of the Chartists had considerable effect on Dickens. Though he did not believe in revolutionary action, he was on the side of the people with all his heart. He wanted what the people wanted.
Dickens wrote about the poorest, the most unprivileged sections of the population. He looked into the darkest corners of the large cities and there found the victims of capitalism. Thus Dickens's immortal works became an accusation of the bourgeois system as a whole.
LIFE OF CHARLES DICKENS
Charles Dickens was born in 1812 near Portsmouth on the southern coast of England. His father was a clerk at the office of a large naval station there, and the family lived on his small salary. They belonged to the lower middle class. The father was transferred from place to place and there was always talk between the parents about money.
Charles was very young when the family moved to the naval port of Chatham. There Charles and his eldest sister first went to school. Charles had a nurse called Marry Weller, who used to say about him that 'he was a terrible boy to read' and that he and his sister were fond of singing, reciting poems and acting.
The happy days at Chatham came to an end in 1822 when the father was moved to London. The Dickenses rented a house in one of the poorest parts of London.
Charles loved to walk about the busy streets and watch the lively street scenes. Charles was the eldest son, but he was not sent to school again. The father made no plans for the education of his children. He was an easy-going man who always spent more time than he could afford. Soon he lost his job.
All the property the family has was sold, even Charles's favourite books, and the boy was put to work in a blacking factory. He worked hard washing bottles for shoe-polish. While his father, mother, sisters and brothers all lived in the Marshalsea debtors' prison.
The long working hours at the factory, the poor food, the rough boys. He could never forget. He later described this unhappy time in David Copperfield.
Dickens visited his parents in the prison on Sundays. There he saw many others prisoners, and learned their stories. The debtors' prison is described in the Pickwick Papers and in the novel Little Dorrit.
In about a year the Dickenses received a small sum of money after the death of a relative, so all the debts were paid.
Charles got a chance to go to school again. This time he was sent to a very old-fashioned school called Wellington House Academy.
1.2. Учні презентують підготовлені відомі вирази Чарльза Діккенса та коментують їх.
o A man who could build a church, as one may say, by squinting at a sheet of paper.
o Accidents will occur in the best regulated families.
o I do not know the American gentleman, god forgive me for putting two such words together.
o No one is useless in this world, who lightens the burdens of another.
o Reflect on your present blessings, of which every man has many; not on your past misfortunes, of which all men have some.
o Subdue your appetites, my dears, and you've conquered human nature.
o Train up a fig tree in the way it should go, and when you are old sit under the shade of it.
o We need never be ashamed of our tears.
o It is a far, far better thing that I do, than I have ever done; it is a far, far better rest than I go to, than I have ever known.
2. NEW WORDS
Parliament - 1) the group of people who are elected to make a country's lows and discuss important national affairs; 2) the main law-making institution in the UK, which consists of the House of Commons and the House of Lords.
Candle - a long piece of wax with a piece of string through the middle, which you burn to use as light.
Horse - a large strong animal that people ride and use for pulling heavy thing.
Cart - a vehicle with no roof that is pulled by a horse and