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«All men are poets at heart»

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R. Matisakova________


O’zbekiston Respublikasi

Xalq ta’limi vazirligi

Namangan viloyati Uchqo’rg’on tumani Xalq ta’limi muassasalari faoliyatini metodik tashkil etish bo’limiga qarashli 1- sonli umumiy o’rta ta’lim maktabi ingliz tili fani o’qituvchisi

ABDULLAYEVA NAFISA ABDURAUFOVNAning

8-sinf uchun

Unit 4. Literature and life.

Lesson 2.
All men are poets at heart

mavzusida 1 soatlik

D ars ishlanmasi











UCHQO’RG’ON 2019



Ushbu dars ishlanma Uchqo’rg’on tumani Xalq ta’limi muassasalari faoliyatini metodik ta’minlash va tashkil etish bo’limiga qarashli 1- sonli umumiy o’rta ta’lim maktabi ingliz tili fani o’qituvchisi Abdullayeva Nafisa Abduraufovna tomonidan tayyorlangan.



Muallif : Abdullayeva nafisa – Uchqo’rg’on tuman 1- sonli

umumiy o’rta ta’lim maktabi ingliz tili fani o’qituvchisi.






































Technological map of the lesson

Subject:

English

Date:


Grade:

8

Unit:

Unit 4. Literature and life.

Lesson:

2. All men are poets at heart

Length:

45

Aims:

  1. Educational:

  • to talk about and interpret a simple poem;

  • to talk about the role and value of poetry.

  1. Developing:

  • to practise listening and reading for gist and detailed information;

  • to express opinions;

  • to learn a simple poem by a famous American poet

  1. Socio-cultural:

  • to raise awareness of pupils to learn about a famous American poet.

to talk about some famous Uzbek, Russian, British and American

writers and poets and name some of their works; to talk about the

genre of a literary work; to develop awareness of the role and

importance of reading in our lives


Knowledge:

Remembering the learnt information and explaining it again.

Practice:

Using the learnt information in known condition.

Experience:

Using the learnt and formed information in unknown condition.

Used competency:

Learning outcomes for English competence C1, C2, C3, C4:

The competence of the lesson:

Listening: Understanding instructions of the words

Writing: To write activities and translates of the texts

Speaking: To speak about theme or relevant topic

Reading: To read the texts of relevant to theme

Language of competence:

Phonetic: To pronounce correctly

Lexic: To use the words

The standard degree of the lesson plan

A2

Expected results:

(Outcomes)

By the end of the lesson pupils will be able to:

  • talk about and interpret a simple poem;

  • talk about the role and value of poetry;

  • listen and read for gist and detailed information;

  • express opinions;

  • learn a simple poem by a famous American poet

  • compose own poem (hometask).

Type of the lesson:

untraditional, mixed

Method of the lesson (interaction patterns):

Peer work, group work, pair work, plenary, chain drill, brainstorming, whole group.

Equipment:

Pupil’s book, notebook, the DVD; picture flashcards, worksheets, handouts.

Vocabulary:

Recycling the previously learnt vocabulary

THE BLOCK SCHEME OF THE LESSON

#

Stages of the lesson

Time (minute)

1

Organizational moment

2

2

Consolidation of previous theme using interactive methods

10

3

Explanation of new theme

10

4

Consolidation of new theme using interactive methods

20

5

The end of the lesson: Identifying and announcing winner group and pupils;

Marking and encouraging;

Giving homework


3

Procedure of the session:

  1. The beginning of the lesson (time 2 minutes):

a) greeting:

Greetings: Teacher (later as T):

Good morning my dear pupils! Good morning my colleagues and dear guests! Welcome to our today’s open lesson! The theme of the lesson is All men are poets at heart is the part of the 4th unit named “Literature and life”.

b) to get pupil on duty’s report

-I’m glad to see you.

-We’re glad to see you too.

-Who is absent?

- All is (are) present.

-What date is it today?

-Today is the 23rd of November

-What day of the week is it today?

-Today is Friday

c) to create an English atmosphere “GOLDEN RULES”

Golden rules of the lesson:

  • Respect each other

  • Respect each other opinion

  • Discipline

  • Curiosity

  • Creativity

  • Activity

  • Let’s check your homework.

checking up the homework

-What was your homework for today?

-Our homework was ex 2 p 37 (write 4-5 sentences about the writer or poet)

I - ORGANIZATIONAL PART

Read and translate the quotation 1


There is no frigate like a book To take us lands away.

Emily Dickinson (1830-1886) U.S. poetess


Divide into three groups and introduce each group:

  1. Muhammad Yusuf

  2. Alexander Sergeyivich Pushkin

  3. William Shakespeare

The measure of marking

Note: You can stick these measures on the right and left sides of the blackboard.

Group No. 1



No


Pupils’ names

Activities

homework

Exercise 1

Exercise 2

presentation

poem

Exercise 3

Exercise 4

Exercise 5

Exercise 6

1











2











3











4











5












Total:













Group No. 2



No


Pupils’ names

Activities

homework

Exercise 1

Exercise 2

presentation

poem

Exercise 3

Exercise 4

Exercise 5

Exercise 6

1











2











3











4











5












Total:













Group No. 3



No


Pupils’ names

Activities

homework

Exercise 1

Exercise 2

presentation

poem

Exercise 3

Exercise 4

Exercise 5

Exercise 6

1











2











3











4











5












Total:













Read and translate the quotation 2


You future is created by what you do today, not tomorrow.”

Robert Kiyosaki(1947- 2018)US poet

  1. Main part

Pre-Activity.

Activity 1a Listen and read. Choose the best title, Say why you like it.

Interaction pattern: peer work, group work

Time: (10 min)

Objectives: to check homework;

to practise listening and reading for gist;

to practise expressing opinions about titles.

Checking homework. Home tasks were ex 1,2 p.37.The first Pupils had to fill in gaps. The second task was to write sentences about the poet or writer whose works they were studying in literature lesson. The pupils can check in pairs or go round the class and work with as many pupils as they can.

Culture Note. Poster.

Robert Frost is a famous American poet. He lived from 1874 - 1963. He worked on a newspaper and then as a teacher.


Ask pupil to look on presentation on the projector (Here teacher shows a poem by Robert Frost).

Key: 1e 2c 3b 4d 5a 6f


Groups’ presentations about autobiographies of the poets.


Read and translate the quotation 3



All men are poets at heart.

Ralph Waldo Emerson, (1803-1882) Us poet and writer







Retelling poems which students learn by heart from each group.


Read and translate the quotation 4


While activity

Find the author


Listen the song

Every time I look at you

I see it in your eyes

Your pretty Yeah I’ve been know

Not like diamonds in the sky

I looking to your soul,

Don’t like what i can see

But you can make me hope

This puppy still broken me

This puppy still broken me

But don’t you worry

I’ll be ok, I’ll be ok

So don’t you worry

I’ll be ok, I’ll be ok without you

But don’t you worry

I’ll be ok, I’ll be ok

So don’t you worry

I’ll be ok, I’ll be ok without you, without you, without you

But don’t you worry, I’ll be ok But don’t you worry, I’ll be ok

Now look where we are

Can you see how far we’ve come

We moved but never left

‘Cause it’s over yeah we’re done

You said we had it all

But it all we have is you

It was never room for us

This puppy still broken me

This puppy still broken me

Now others left to do

Let’s clean up all the pieces

I clean up after you

Until my love decreases

But don’t you worry

I’ll be ok, I’ll be ok

So don’t you worry

I’ll be ok, I’ll be ok without you without you, without you But don’t you worry, I’ll be ok

But don’t you worry, I’ll be ok


Read and translate the quotation 5










Writing an "I Am" Poem

FIRST GROUP

I am (2 special characteristics you have)

I wonder (something of curiosity)

I hear (an imaginary sound)

I see (an imaginary sight)

I want (an actual desire)

I am (the first line of the poem repeated)

SECOND GROUP

I pretend (something you actually pretend to do)

I feel (a feeling about something imaginary)

I touch (an imaginary touch)

I worry (something that bothers you)

I cry (something that makes you sad)

I am (the first line of the poem repeated)

THIRD GROUP

I understand (something that is true)

I say (something you believe in)

I dream (something you dream

I try (something you really make an about)

I hope (something you actually

I am (the first line of the repeated)



EXAMPLE

I am polite and kind

I wonder about my kids’ future

I hear a unicorn’s cry

I see Atlantis

I want to do it all over again

I am polite and kind


I pretend I am a princess

I feel an angel’s wings

I touch a summer’s cloud

I worry about violence

I cry for my Gram

I am polite and kind


I understand your love for me

I say children are our future

I dream for a quiet day

I try to do my best

I hope the success of my children

I am polite and kind.


Post-Activity. Consolidating new theme. (time 20 minutes):

Activity 2a Read and say what you think of it.

Interaction pattern: group work

Time: 4 min

Objective: to practise reading/listening for detailed information; to practise expressing opinions.

STEP1. PP read and then listen to the text silently.

STEP 2. Ask them to say what they think about having posters with poems in the underground. They can start their answers with ‘I think/I don’t think it’s a good idea because...’

STEP3. They can write their answers on their posters.

CD Script

This is not the best place for poetry, is it? The London Underground, or the Tube, as people often call it with passengers waiting for trains, changing lines, rushing in and out... London Transport Authority and the Poetry Society do not agree. They decided to have posters with poems in the carriages and on the platforms. Serious and funny, short and long, modern and written long ago, these poems make people smile, forget about their everyday problems and remember how exciting and beautiful life is.





I think it’s a good idea because …

I don’t think it’s a good idea because …


  1. The end of the lesson (3 min)

  • Marking and encouraging (1 min)

  • Giving homework

Homework 2 min

Ask the pupils to look at the homework on Page 37. Check that everybody understands what to do with the tasks. If necessary, explain how to do them. Lesson 2 Ex 2 P 37 (write 4-5 sentences about favourite poem) and learn by heart poem “Wind” by James Fenton







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