План урока английского языка в 10Б классе
по теме «Stories from the past»
Цель урока: развитие коммуникативной компетенции обучающихся в говорении средствами организации учебного исследования.
развитие коммуникативной и лингвистической компетенции обучающихся;
развитие мышления, внимания, памяти;
развитие умения находить необходимую информацию в различных источниках;
развитие умений подготовки и проведения презентаций;
расширение лингвистического кругозора обучающихся;
активизация пройденного лексического материала;
развитие языковой догадки обучающихся.
воспитание уважительного отношения к членам семьи, родственникам;
формирование у обучающихся интереса к исследованию своей родословной.
Оснащение кабинета: мультимедийный пректор, компьютер.
Оргмомент Today we are speaking about our families about family’s history, about stories from the past. We‘ve made some projects about our families and we’ll see them later.
II. Now I want to present you some definitions of the word “family’ from different dictionaries.
1.a group of individuals living under one roof and usually under one head : household;
2. a group of persons of common ancestry : clan;
(Marrian Webster Dictionary)
n. pl. fam·i·lies
a. A fundamental social group in society typically consisting of one or two parents and their children.
2. All the members of a household under one roof.
3. A group of persons sharing common ancestry. (TheFreeDictionary)
noun (plural families)
1 [treated as singular or plural] a group consisting of two parents and their children living together as a unit;
2 a group of people related by blood or marriage;
3 all the descendants of a common ancestor:
the house has been owned by the same family for 300 years
Let’s read them and summaries all of them. Well, please, define the word “family” as you see it.
III.There are a lot of proverbs and sayings about family. Read them, please and try to explain their meaning.
Like father, like son.
It runs in the family.
Blood is thicker than water.
IV. Now look at the table and match the words and word combinations with their definitions
ancestor a person, typically one more remote than a grandparent, from whom one is descended
start a family to conceive one’s first child
progeny a person’s children
descendant a person, plant, or animal that is descended from a particular ancestor
come from to have been born in a particular place, to belong to a particular family or social group
Thank you for your work. Well done
V. Unfortunately many of us know very little about our ancestors and even about our grandparents and parents.
Do you often talk to your grandparents?
I asked you to talk to them to learn more about your roots. Who can tell us what their family name is, where their ancestors come to Usolie-Sibirskoe from and what they did for living.
Have you got any things at home which are dear to you? What are they?
As for me I’ve got my grandmother’s table cloth and a vase a lot of photos and some medals, her birth certificate and a work record card. They are very old. I want to show you them.
VI. And now it’s time for our projects. I’d like you to listen to and ask your classmates questions.