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Салова Светлана166
Преподаватель английского языка
Россия, Иркутская обл., Иркутск
Материал размещён в группе «Урок английского (English lesson)»

Мой университет – www.moi-mummi.ru

Подробный конспект урока.


 

Организационная информация

Тема урока

 

Предмет

Иностранный язык (английский)

Класс

4 курс педагогического колледжа

Автор/ы урока (ФИО, должность)

Салова Светлана Александровна, преподаватель английского языка

Образовательное учреждение

Иркутский региональный колледж педагогического образования

Федеральный округ России (или страна СНГ для участников ближнего зарубежья)

Сибирский федеральный округ

Республика/край

Иркутская область

Город/поселение

Иркутск

Методическая информация

Тип урока (мероприятия, занятия)

Вводный

Цели урока (мероприятия, занятия)

(образовательные, развивающие, воспитательные)

Образовательные – развитие лексических навыков говорения, чтения и аудирования с опорой на наглядный материал.

Развивающие – развитие ИКТ компетенции, умения анализировать и соотносить.

Воспитательные – развитие положительной мотивации к выбранной профессии, формирование уважительного отношения к собеседнику и его мнению.

Задачи урока (мероприятия, занятия)

развитие умения понимания основного содержания прочитанного;

развитие умения понимания основного содержания услышанного;

развитие умения выборочного понимания интересующей информации (в процессе чтения и аудирования);

развитие познавательной активности;

развитие навыков неподготовленного говорения.

развитие умения давать характеристику и оценку фактов с опорой на субъектный опыт

Используемые педагогические технологии, методы и приемы

Subject Sampler

Время реализации урока (мероприятия, занятия)

80 минут

Знания, умения, навыки и качества, которые актуализируют/приобретут/закрепят/др. ученики в ходе урока (мероприятия, занятия)

- знание лексических единиц по теме;

- навыки поискового чтения текста;

- аудирования с пониманием необходимой информации;

- интерес к выбранной профессии;

Необходимое оборудование и материалы

сенсорная доска или мультимедийный проектор и экран, динамики, компьютеры для каждого студента (каждой мини-группы), доступ в Интернет, раздаточный материал.

Дидактическое обеспечение урока (мероприятия, занятия)

Презентация Power Point «Famouse People who Used to be Teachers», образовательный Интернет-ресурс Subject Sampler “Famouse People who Used to be Teachers”

Список учебной и дополнительной литературы

адрес образовательного Интернет-ресурса Subject Sampler http://www.kn.att.com/wired/fil/pages/samgreattela.html

материалы для заданий взяты с сайтов:

соотнести слово и его описание http://k6educators.about.com/od/
becomingateacher/tp/youshouldteach.htm

задание для аудирования: http://www.vpr.net/news_detail/82103/vermont-reads-robert-frost---unconventional-teache/

Ход и содержание урока (мероприятия, занятия),

деятельность учителя и учеников.

Начало занятия

Мотивация учащихся

Good morning, students. Today we are going to have an Internet based lesson. We are going to talk about teachers. About their personal and professional qualities, about the methods they use. And during our lesson you will know some very interesting, on my opinion, information about people you know or have seen or heard about. Let’s start.

Речевая разминка

Tell me please, what personal and professional qualities every teacher should have. You can use your dictionaries and texts we have discussed at the previous lessons.

Now, please, match English and Russian equivalents.

A teacher should be Passionate страстный

Compassionate сострадательный

Persistent настойчивый

Results-Oriented стремящийся к результату

Creative творческий

Curious любопытный

Optimistic оптимистичный

Flexible гибкий

 

Now, please, match the qualities and their descriptions:

Teachers should be …


 

1

_C_

Compassionate

A.

Teachers absolutely can not give up. The best teachers know that their diligence and commitment to getting the job done well are the engines that fuel the whole classroom operation.

2

_F_

Passionate

B.

Don't even think about becoming a teacher if you are a "glass half empty" type of person. Good teachers know that their students will only succeed to the extent that they are encouraged and believed in.

3

_A_

Persistent

C.

The best teachers are patient, understanding, and kind. They can put themselves in their students' shoes and imagine what the students are thinking and feeling, thus anticipating what they need in order to learn and thrive

4

_G_

Results-Oriented

D.

Empowered teachers tap into their inner curiosity about what makes individuals tick and chart innovative courses to meet a variety of unique needs.

5

_D_

Creative and Curious

E.

There is no such thing as a "typical" day in the life of a classroom teacher. With a multitude of factors impacting every minute of the day, strong educators must be willing to bend when necessary, with a smile.

6

_B_

Optimistic

F.

Effective teachers bring the full force of their personalities into the classroom and spark excitement into the learning process.

7

_E_

Flexible

G.

The best teachers use all the tools at their disposal in order to help their students meet or exceed expectations. It's also important for teachers to be results-oriented and always on the lookout for the latest innovation.


 

Основная часть занятия

ознакомление с соответствующим языковым материалом по теме урока;


 


 


 


 


 


 


 

Объяснение алгоритма работы с Subject Sampler

These are qualities of a good teacher. Usually teachers are devoted to their profession. But some people first choose one profession. And then they realize that they are not in their shoes. So they change their occupation and become famous in that new field they have chosen. Let’s surf the Internet and find out some interesting facts about famous people who used to be teachers.

Here are some words you will need:

click – щелкнуть мышкой

surf [sə:f] – искать информацию, переходя с сайта на сайт

scan – быстро просмотреть текст

key words – ключевые слова

link – ссылка

Please, click on the first link you see in your lists (список Интернет-ресурсов, созданных преподавателем). We are starting our Sampler Quest. There are many questions here, but there are few of us, so let’s start with the second and the fourth groups of questions. Before you click on the link (the red underlined phrase) please read the questions carefully. There are more people mentioned in the text. Try to find at least:

1. two writers who used to be teachers

2. two US presidents who used to be teachers

3. two musicians who used to be teachers

4. two actors who used to be teachers

While scanning the text try to find the requested information and fill in the first and the second columns of the table. You’ve got about 10-15 minutes. If you cannot understand the occupation of a person feel free to surf the Internet. Just copy the name, paste it into the search window and push the ENETR button.

применение языкового и речевого материала по конкретным видам речевой деятельности (чтение, письмо, говорение);

Let’s see what have you found!

name

occupation

real name

what did he/she teach?

what kind of teacher he/she was?

what is he/she famous for?

Robert Frost

writer/poet

       

J.K. Rowling

writer

       

Stephen King

writer

       

Sir William Golding

writer

       

Lyndon Johnson

US president

       

John Adams

US president

       

Gene Simmons

musician/bassist

       

Sting

musician

       

Kris Kristofferson

musician/ country

       

Mr. T

actor

       

Sylvester Stallone

actor

       

Art Garfunkel

actor

       

Billy Crystal

actor

       

Alexander Graham Bell

scientist

       


 


 

3. And now please pull a toss. You’ve pulled a category: an actor, a writer, ets. Those who have the same toss may work together. Scan other links and try to find the name from your category. And fill in the missing information. You’ve got about 15 minutes.

4. Please, report your results.


 


 


 

name

occupation

real name

what did he/she teach?

what kind of teacher he/she was?

what is he/she famous for?

Robert Frost

writer/ poet

Robert Frost

English

unconven-tional

Robert Frost was an American poet who received four Pulitzer Prizes for Poetry

J.K. Rowling

writer

Joanne Rowling

English

 

for writing the Harry Potter series of novels.

Stephen King

writer

Stephen Edwin King

   

for his horror, science fiction, and fantasy novels, many of which have been adapted to the big screen

Sir William Golding

writer

William Gerald Golding

Natural Sciences English Litera-ture

 

Nobel Prize for Literature laureate, best known for his novel Lord of the Flies

Lyndon Johnson

US president

Lyndon Johnson

grammar school, high school and college

 

the 36th President of the United States, oversaw major social reforms and the expansion of the Vietnam War

John Adams

US president

John Adams

primary school

terrible

John Adams was a Founding Father who became the second president of the United States

Gene Simmons

musician/bassist

Chaim Witz

sixth grade

 

for performing in the band Kiss

Sting

musician

Gordon Matthew Sumner

English, music, and soccer

terrible

as the lead singer of rock band The Police

Kris Kristoffer-son

musician/ country

Kristoffer Kristofferson

English Litera-ture

 

for being an American writer, singer-songwriter, actor, and musician

Mr. T

actor

Laurence Tureaud

P.E.

 

for the '80s TV show "The A-Team" and from pro wrestling

Sylvester Stallone

actor

Sylvester Gardenzio Stallone

gymans-tics

 

role of Rocky in the film series of the same name

Art Garfunkel

actor

Arthur Ira Garfunkel

math

 

Grammy-award winning American singer, poet, and Golden Globe nominated

Billy Crystal

actor

William Jacob Crystal.

junior high substitu-te teacher

 

for his roles in the films When Harry Met Sally, City Slickers and Monsters, Inc

Alexander Graham Bell

scientist

 

Visible Speech

 

inventing the first practical telephone. Bell was also an innovator in the fields of optical telecommunica-tions and aeronautics


 

организация аудирования учащимися текста в предъявлении звукозаписи

There’s not much information about what kind of teachers some of them were. But some of them really influenced their students. One of these talented people is Robert Frost, who is famous not only because of his poems, but also because of his teaching methods.


 

6 years ago Vermont Public Radio made a program about him and his influence as an educator. We will listen to a part of this program. But before listening lets look through the following words:

inspire [ɪnˈspaɪə]

вдохновлять

trumpet [ˈtrʌmpɪt]

труба

augment [ˈɔ:ɡmənt]

увеличить

worth [wə:θ]

стоящий

meager [mi:ɡə]

скудный

purpose [ˈpə:pəs]

цель

observe [əbˈzə:v]

замечать

bound [baɪnd]

обязанный

unconventional

[ˈʌnkənˈvenʃənl]

нетрадиционный

consistency [kənˈsɪstənsɪ]

последовательность

sprawl [sprɔ:l]

растянуться

insist [ɪnˈsɪst]

настаивать

minor [ˈmaɪnə]

малоизвестный

conscience [ˈkɔnʃəns]

совесть

 

Let’s listen to the program recording. Try to understand what his idea of teaching was.

Well?

Take these texts. Listen to the story again and try to fill in the gaps.

Robert Frost - An Unconventional Teacher

(March 26, 1874 – January 29, 1963)


 

Inspired by his mother's innovative ideas about education, and to augment his meager income as a poet, Robert Frost turned to teaching. For a time he taught at his mother's private school. Later he taught at Pinkerton Academy in Hew Hampshire.

In 1917, he began teaching English at Amherst College in Massachusetts. And as author Natalie Bober observes, his methods were unconventional.

(Bober)"His teaching appeared to be informal. He was always late for class, yet angry if the students did not wait for him. He much preferred sprawling out on a couch (sofa) at home to sitting in a chair in class for "teaching," and this he often did: "I don't teach," he once said. "I don't know how. I talk and I have the boys talk."

The boys were to read some of the minor authors. "The fellows who didn't blow their trumpets so loudly but who nevertheless sounded a beautiful note."

He believed very strongly that the only education worth anything was self-education. He said at Amherst that "some are self-made outside of college; some are self-made in college; but all are self-made if made to any purpose."

"Everyday I feel bound to save my consistency by advising my pupils to leave school. Then if they insist on coming to school it is not my fault: I can teach with a clear conscience."


 

Let’s see what have you done. Pass your papers to your fellow students clockwise. Let’s check them.

Great! Now please answer my questions about what you’ve heard:

What do you think about his idea of teaching?

Do you like his methods?

What do you think about his idea of self-education?


 


 

Заключительный этап

And now the last question for today: Who of these celebrities would you like to have as your teacher. Why? Why not?

Рефлексия деятельности на уроке (мероприятии, занятии)

Есть ли среди тех людей, о которых мы сегодня говорили те, кому бы Вы хотели подражать?

Чьи методы произвели на Вас впечатление?

Что Вы думаете о самообразовании?

Домашнее задание (если это необходимо на уроке)

There’s one person left, Alexander Graham Bell. Try to find information about his educator’s experience. Make a short story about it.

В помощь учителю

Обоснование, почему данную тему оптимально изучать с использованием медиа-, мультимедиа, каким образом осуществить

Необходимость использования Интернета обусловлена невозможностью найти необходимый материал на других носителях. Кроме того, использование образовательных Интернет ресурсов создает языковую среду для студентов, мотивирует их в использовании изучаемого языка. Интернет предоставляет необходимый объем актуальной информации по теме, дает возможность оперативно проконтролировать и оценить результаты обучения.

Советы по логическому переходу от данного урока к последующим

Домашнее задание нацелено на самостоятельный поиск студентов. Проверка его выполнения позволяет логично перейти к следующей теме программы Известные педагоги страны изучаемого языка.


 

Приложение 1.

Распечатать для учащихся

Teachers should be …


 

1

 

Compassionate

A.

Teachers absolutely can not give up. The best teachers know that their diligence and commitment to getting the job done well are the engines that fuel the whole classroom operation.

2

 

Passionate

B.

Don't even think about becoming a teacher if you are a "glass half empty" type of person. Good teachers know that their students will only succeed to the extent that they are encouraged and believed in.

3

 

Persistent

C.

The best teachers are patient, understanding, and kind. They can put themselves in their students' shoes and imagine what the students are thinking and feeling, thus anticipating what they need in order to learn and thrive

4

 

Results-Oriented

D.

Empowered teachers tap into their inner curiosity about what makes individuals tick and chart innovative courses to meet a variety of unique needs.

5

 

Creative and Curious

E.

There is no such thing as a "typical" day in the life of a classroom teacher. With a multitude of factors impacting every minute of the day, strong educators must be willing to bend when necessary, with a smile.

6

 

Optimistic

F.

Effective teachers bring the full force of their personalities into the classroom and spark excitement into the learning process.

7

 

Flexible

G.

The best teachers use all the tools at their disposal in order to help their students meet or exceed expectations. It's also important for teachers to be results-oriented and always on the lookout for the latest innovation.


 


 

Приложение 2.

Распечатать для учащихся

name

occupation

real name

what did he/she teach

what kind of teacher he/she was

what is he/she famous for?

           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           


 


 

Приложение 3.

Распечатать для учащихся

Fill in the gaps using the words given below:


 

unconventional

English

education

teaching

self-education

students

class

informal

teach

pupils

   


 

Robert Frost - An Unconventional Teacher

(March 26, 1874 – January 29, 1963)


 

Inspired by his mother's innovative ideas about ___________, and to augment his meager income as a poet, Robert Frost turned to ____________. For a time he taught at his mother's private school. Later he taught at Pinkerton Academy in Hew Hampshire.

In 1917, he began teaching _________ at Amherst College in Massachusetts. And as author Natalie Bober observes, his methods were _________________.

(Bober)"His teaching appeared to be __________. He was always late for class, yet angry if the ___________ did not wait for him. He much preferred sprawling out on a couch (sofa) at home to sitting in a chair in ________ for "teaching," and this he often did: "I don't ______," he once said. "I don't know how. I talk and I have the boys talk."

The boys were to read some of the minor authors. "The fellows who didn't blow their trumpets so loudly but who nevertheless sounded a beautiful note."

He believed very strongly that the only education worth anything was _______________. He said at Amherst that "some are self-made outside of college; some are self-made in college; but all are self-made if made to any purpose."

"Everyday I feel bound to save my consistency by advising my _________ to leave school. Then if they insist on coming to school it is not my fault: I can teach with a clear conscience."


 


 

inspire

вдохновлять

trumpet

труба, горн

augment

увеличить

worth

стоящий

meager

скудный

purpose

цель

observe

замечать

bound

обязанный

unconventional

нетрадиционный

consistency

последовательность

sprawl

растянуться

insist

настаивать

minor

малоизвестный

conscience

совесть


 


 

Салова Светлана Александровна

Иркутский региональный колледж педагогического образования, 2012

Опубликовано в группе «Урок английского (English lesson)»


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