«Конспект урока английского языка в 10А классе по теме «Роль мобильного телефона в жизни подростка» Цель: совершенствование речевых ...»
Конспект урока английского языка в 10А классе
по теме «Роль мобильного телефона в жизни подростка»
Цель: совершенствование речевых навыков по теме, развитие умений аудирования, чтения, говорения и письма.
-социокультурный аспект - знакомство с различными взглядами британцев на роль мобильных телефонов в их жизни; развитие умений передавать реалии родной культуры средствами английского языка и представлять собственную культуру;
-развивающий аспект – развитие способностей к антиципации, соотнесению, сравнению, обобщению и систематизации, оценке и аргументации, к формулированию выводов, к оценке чужого мнения и выражению собственного мнения;
-воспитательный аспект – формирование потребности и способности к критическому мышлению, пониманию чужой точки зрения на проблемы, связанные с ролью мобильных телефонов в жизни человека;
- учебный аспект – совершенствование речевых навыков;
сопутствующая задача: развитие умения читать и аудировать с целью извлечения конкретной информации и с полным пониманием, умения говорить на основе прочитанного, умения делать запись высказывания по заданной теме;
Оснащение урока: компьютер, мультимедийная установка, карточки с заданиями.
1. Organisation of work. Aims. Good-morning, boys and girls! I’m glad to see you! Let’s begin our lesson. First of all, I would like you to look at the board. There is a question “What am I?”. And your task will be to answer this question. I’ll read you some clues and you’re to say what you think the item is. You can guess if you aren’t sure.
- Almost everyone has one these days.
- I’m usually in your pocket or your bag.
- I can connect you to other people.
- You can use me to do many different things.
- I can make phone calls.
Answer: mobile phone.
Yes, you’re absolutely right. Now you know the theme of our today’s lesson “Mobile phones”. And what are we going to discuss today?
Учащиеся отвечают на вопрос, предполагая цели урока.
Answer: I suppose, that we’re going to speak about the role of mobile phones in our life.
You’re right. In this lesson, we’ll talk about how people use their mobile phones, practice a dialogue of a phone conversation between two friends, use abbreviations and text ‘code’ to write some text messages to each other. Finally, we’ll have a discussion about mobile phones and their use.
2. Listening Task.
I see that most of your classmates are really fond of their mobile phones. For some of you mobile phone is your most favourite thing. But there are different opinions. Let’s listen to the dialogue between Richard and Patrick. They will speak about their phones.
At first we’ll do a vocabulary task. Take your Worksheets A. Match the words and phrases in the table with their definitions. You’ll have about a minute to do this exercise.
Учащиеся выполняют задание перед прослушиванием, затем оценивают себя, сверяя ответы.
Let’s check it up.
Now it’s high time to listen to the dialogue. Before listening I’m going to give you 30 seconds to look through the questions in Task 2 and to prepare to listen.
Now we are ready to start.
Учащиеся слушают диалог.
Now you have 30 seconds to complete the task.
Now you’ll hear the recording again.
Учащиеся повторно слушают диалог.
Now you have 15 seconds to check your answers.
Учащиеся вслух проверяют свои ответы.
3. So there are two main opinions about mobile phones. Some people are extremely devoted to them while others like Richard and Patrick don’t really care about their phones.
Now let’s discuss the reasons you use your mobile phones for.
I’ll give you some cards. There are 5 reasons for using mobile phones. Your task is to read them, then add two more uses to the table and tick three most important reasons for you. When you have completed your table, compare your answers with a partner. (Worksheet B) You have 30 second to complete the task.
Учащиеся отмечают основные причины, по которым они пользуются своими мобильными телефонами.
Exchange your Worksheets with your classmates and speak about the reasons they use their mobile phones mostly for.
Answer: According to this table Kate’s most important reasons for using a mobile phone are …..
So, which is the most common use of mobile phone? Are you surprised with the results?
Now look at the share chart on the screen. People all over the world took part in this opinion poll. They were asked to name three reasons they use their phones for. Look at this chart and suggest what their answers were.
Учащиеся изучают диаграмму и делают свои догадки.
4. Speaking (dialogue)
T. Let’s have a look at the share chart again. As you remember the most popular reason for using mobile phones is making calls.
How often do you call your friends? What do you usually call them for?
Учащиеся отвечают на вопросы учителя.
T. Now I need four pupils to work at the blackboard. I’ll give you two different situations for making your telephone conversations. You have to put the cards on the blackboard in the right order to complete your dialogues. You’ll have about two minutes.
Учащиеся выходят к доске, читают задание на своих карточках и расставляют фразы диалога в правильном порядке.
T. While these pupils are working at the blackboard, let’s watch a funny TV commercial about mobile phones.
Остальные учащиеся смотрят рекламный ролик.
T. Did you like it? Is it really time to save us from our mobile phones?
And now let’s listen to the dialogues.
Do you often call your classmates to learn about your homework?
Would you like to invite … to go to the cinema with you on Friday evening?
5. Dynamic pause
T. I see that you’re a little bit tired. Now sit comfortably, close your eyes and listen to music. It’s time to relax.
Close your eyes.
Count from one to five (ten).
Open your eyes.
Look through the window.
Look at the blackboard.
Look at the picture.
Look at your friend.
Look at your pen.
T. Look at our share chart again. The second most popular reason is texting messages. It’s interesting to know that some teachers are really worried that texting will make young people poor of spelling and grammar. Take your Worksheets C. Now you are going to read the text about possible negative effects of texting messages. You have 2 minutes.
Учащиеся читают текст.
T. Read the text again and circle the correct option.
Учащиеся выполняют послетекстовые задания.
T. Do you know anything about special code words British people use in their text messages?
Some code words are easy to understand when you say them aloud.
What does this abbreviation stand for?
Учащиеся смотрят на экран и догадываются о значении текстовой аббревиатуры.
T. This is a part of an essay written by a Scottish 13-year-old girl. Read the texting and ‘translate’ it into English
Учащиеся читают отрывок из письма шотландской девочки и «переводят» его на обычный английский.
T. Lately people all over the world have got used to go online using Mobile Internet. I know that young people are fond of making photos, exchanging them with their friends and writing comments.
Imagine that recently your friend has sent you this picture.
Do you know these people? I’m sure you’ll be eager to make your comments. Will you?Now let’s divide into big 2 group.
Учащиеся делятся на две равные группы.
You’ll have three minutes to prepare and write down your comments about this photo. You may use some special words and abbreviations. Choose the speaker who’ll read the story to everybody.
Take these sheets of paper and start to work.
Учащиеся записывают свои краткие рассказы, выбирают ответчика и выступают со своими историями у доски.
X. Conclusion. Homework.
T. So we have worked hard today. Coming to conclusion let’s remember the main points of our discussions.
I’ll give you the beginning of the statements and you should finish them.
Учащиеся заканчивают высказывания учителя, подводя итоги урока.
T. For this lesson I give youг the following marks…
T. Your homework for the next lesson is to write an essay about advantages and disadvantages of mobile phones.
T. Answer the questions and choose the words that reflect you spirits.
Учащиеся работают с карточками рефлексии и высказывают свое мнение.
Name _____________ Surname _____________________
Task 1. Before listening
Match the words and phrases in the table with their definitions.
1. Fresh a. Simple and non-complicated
2. An addict b. To be doing something as a habit
3. To text c. Dangerous or serious accident which happens suddenly or unexpectedly
4. To be addicted d. To stop using something
5. To turn off e. New; different or another
6. Basic f. A person who cannot stop doing or using something, especially something harmful
7. Cheap g. Costing little money
8. Emergency h. To send someone a text message by phone
1 - ___, 2 - ___, 3 - ___, 4 - ___, 5 - ___, 6 - ___, 7 - ___, 8 - ___.
Your points _______(Max. 8)
Task 2. Comprehension Task (Multiple choice)
Read the questions and choose the right answer.
1. How often does Richard use his mobile phone?
Once a day
About 4 times a day
2. What does Richard use his mobile phone mostly for?
Making phone calls
3. Is Richard a mobile addict?
a. Not at all. He often has his mobile phone turned off.
b. Of course, he is. He is extremely addicted to his phone.
с. No, he isn’t. He uses his mobile phone only for emergency.
4. What kind of a phone does Patrick have?
a. fresh and super cool
b. old and basic
c. fresh and basic
5. Why does Patrick prefer texting to making calls?
a. He doesn’t like to make calls.
b. It is easier for him.
c. It is cheaper.
6. In what cases does Patrick make calls?
a. When he wants to talk to smb.
b. Only in emergency.
c. To call his relatives.
1 - ___, 2 - ___, 3 - ___, 4 - ___, 5 - ___, 6 - ___.
Your points _______ (Max. 6)
Look at the table below and the reasons people use their mobile phones for. Tick three most important reasons for you.
Reasons people use phones
Reasons you use your mobile phone
1. To make phone calls
2. To look up information on the Internet
3. To use social media websites / apps
4. To text messages
5. To take photos
Exchange your Worksheets with your classmates and speak about the reasons they use their mobile phones mostly for.
Example: Ann uses her mobile phone mostly to …….Your points _____ (Max. 2)
Read the text about negative effects of texting messages.
Lately, some people have been concerned that the amazing popularity of text messaging among young people is having a negative effect on their spelling and grammar skills. However, a recent study at City University in London compared the spelling and punctuation of 12 and 13-year old texters and non-texters, finding no significant differences between the two groups. It is important when text message is fast and short. This is to save on time and space. A reader who is unfamilar with texting will feel lost when they see abbreviations and special code words. For texters, this ‘language’ is easy to read and easy to write. The debate about the harmful effects of texting started a few years ago. Teachers began noticing examples of texting language in their students’ exam papers. One case, a 13-year-old Scottish girl who wrote an entire description of her summer holidays in text language, became famous. Her teacher sent a sample of the essay to a national newspaper and readers sent in hundreds of letters giving their opinion.
Read the text again and circle the correct option.
1. Some people think that young people who don’t send / send a lot of text messages, write badly.
2. A recent study compared the spelling / exam results of children who text and children who don’t text.
3. The results of the test showed that there was hardly any / quite a big difference between the two groups.
4. Texters try to write their message in code / using very few words.
5. A Scottish girl / teacher sent some text to the newspaper.
Your points ______ (Max. 5)
Results of your work
Woorksheet A ____ (max. 8 points)
Woorksheet B ____ (max. 6 points)
Woorksheet C ____ (max. 2 points)
Woorksheet D ____ (max. 5 points)
Total ____ (max. 21 points)
18 – 21 points – “5”
13 – 17 points – “4”
11 – 12 points – “3”
Your mark _____
to write an essay “Advantages and disadvantages of mobile phones”
orto write a letter
You have received a letter from your English-speaking pen friend, Ben.
… My father bought me a cool mobile phone. And now I can’t imagine my life without my mobile phone and the Internet! I can call my friends, send them messages, play games, watch video and so on …
…What do you use your mobile phone for? Can you do without your mobile phone and why? What other digital devices do you find the most important for you? …
Write him a letter and answer his 3 questions.
Write 100–120 words. Remember the rules of letter writing.