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учитель английского языка МОУ "Школа №3 города Докучаевска"
 

Класс: 4-А

Предмет: Английский язык

Учитель: Писанец Н.Г.

МОУ «Школа №3 г. Докучаевска»

Название темы: «Море, море…»

Цель: Знакомство с наименованиями разных морей, названиями морских животных, особенностями жизни подводного мира, создание условий для формирования умений высказывать свои мысли на уровне фразы, предложения, монолога, строить продуктивное взаимодействие и сотрудничество со сверстниками, развитие речевой деятельности и образного мышления обучающихся, воспитание бережного отношения к природе.

Личностные УУД: познание, анализ,самоопределение, нравственно-этическая ориентация.

Регулятивные УУД: целеполагание, планирование, оценка, саморегуляция.

Познавательные УУД: самостоятельное выделение и формирование познавательной цели, поиск и выделение необходимой информации, осознанное построение речевого высказывания, работа по алгоритму при решении проблем поискового характера.

Коммуникативные УУД: участие в коллективном обсуждении проблем, инициативное сотрудничество в поиске и сборе информации, умение выражать свои мысли на иностранном языке.

                                          

Ход урока.

(Аудиозапись шума моря, класс украшен тематическими постерами).

Teacher: On the 25th of September we celebrate the World Day of Sea. So, today we are going to mark this holiday in our school. Look at the world map! There is much water in the world. There are many oceans, seas, lakes in the world.

There are four oceans in the world. Do you know their names?

The Indian, the Atlantic, the Pacific, the Southern (Arctic) ocean.

And how many seas are there in the world?

Teacher: Now I want you to come up to the map, find and name as many countries as you can that are washed by seas.

Australia, Japan, China, Russia, India, Ukraine, the USA, Great Britain, Canada, Brazil, Mexico and many others.

Teacher:So, you know now that there are 75 seas in our planet. Some of them have very interesting names. They are called by colours. What “coloured” seas do you know?

The Black sea, the Red sea, the White sea, the Yellow sea.

Teacher: Do you know why they are called in such a way?

The Black sea looks black because of lots of weeds.

The Yellow sea is yellow because of sand.

The Red sea looks red because of corals.

The White sea is white because of ice and snow.

Teacher: The Red sea is one of the most beautiful seas in the world. There are very many coral reefs there. They are like forests on the ground.

Teacher: Can you draw a picture of underwater life? What are corals?

Corals are tiny animals that live in the sea.

Teacher: What do they look like?

They look like trees, some look like flowers.

Teacher: But not only corals live under water. You’ve got only one minute now. Try to write down as many words, connected with the sea, as you can.

Crab, shell, fish, starfish, anemone, coral reef, weeds, island, beach, sand, dolphin, whale, shark, ship, boat, water, seagull, jelly-fish, starfish.

Teacher: Why, do you think, there are no corals in the White Sea?

The water is very cold.

Teacher: What do you think is the lowest temperature of the sea?

The lowest temperature is -1.4 C degrees, near Norway and Greenland.

Teacher: And what is the highest temperature of the world ocean?

The temperature of the Pacific Ocean is + 19.7 C.

The temperature of the Indian Ocean is + 17.3 C.

The temperature of the Atlantic Ocean is +16.5 C.

Teacher: So, which ocean is the warmest? The middle temperature of the world ocean is +17.5 C.

The warmest is the Pacific Ocean.

Teacher: We know that the deeper the water, the colder it is. The ocean can be very deep. Do you know how deep can be the ocean?

The deepest point of the ocean is 11 000 metres.

Teacher: What colour is cold/ warm water?

Cold water is dark-green.

Warm water is dark blue.

Teacher: Now we know that the water in the ocean is cold. And what is the taste of the water? Sea water is not the same as in our kitchen. We can’t drink it, we can’t make tea or coffee of it. Don’t you know why?

Sea water is salty.

Teacher: You know, if we took the whole salt of the ocean and dry it and put it onto the ground, the layer would be 150 metres high. So, the sea looks like soup with many delicious kinds of food in it. What are they?

Crabs, fish, oysters, octopuses, prawns, seaweeds, jelly fish, scallops, squids, etc.

Teacher: More than 160 000 kinds of fish and sea animals live in the sea and more than 10 000 kinds of weeds grow there.

Teacher: Have a look! What is it? Yes, it’s a tortoise. And now guess what it is? Change a letter in the word tortoise and you will get a very-very delicious kind of sea animals. It lives in the sea and people make lots of yummy dishes of it. Sometimes people call it a “sea pig”. What is it?

Tortoise – porpoise.

Teacher: Now I want you to make up a riddle. Take any piece of paper with a word written on it and make a riddle for us to guess what it is.

Sand, shell, stone, island.

Teacher: And now listen to my riddle. Which stones can’t you find in the sea?

You can’t find dry stones in the sea.

Teacher: In the ocean there are many pieces of land that are called islands. Now I need two pupils from each team to write a postcard from the Sunny Island and from the Palm Island. Describe your islands, the weather, what is interesting there.