Урок английского языка в 8 классе (УМК “English 8” Т.Д. Кузнецова, П.Г.Козлов, изд. «Мектеп»)
Тема урока: Mass Media in our life
Тип урока: комбинированный
Цели и задачи урока:
формирование умений и навыков в иноязычной речевой деятельности учащихся (в аудировании, говорении, чтении)
учить правильно употреблять языковые средства, строить высказывание
развивать память, воображение, мышление
развитие творческих способностей учащихся
мотивировать учащихся к изучению иностранного языка
воспитание чувства взаимопомощи, умения работать в паре и группе
воспитание культуры общения
- презентация «Mass Media»
- аудиозапись, дидактический раздаточный материал
1. Организационный момент
Good morning, students! Glad to see you! Sit down, please.
2. Сообщение темы и цели урока
Today we live in the time of information. Where can we get the information? What is Mass Media? Let’s speak about it and discuss it at our lesson. At the end of the lesson please answer this question: What should you do to be well informed person?
Brainstorming Types of the Media:
TELEVISION & RADIO
types of MEDIA
Words: chat show, documentary, game show, reality show, soap opera, sitcom, newspaper, tabloid, quality paper, popular newspaper, local newspaper, magazine, social media, web page, blog, chat room, text message updates, text voting
4. Тренировка навыков аудирования
You’ll listen to the text «Media in Great Britain».
1. Give the full names to the television services BBC, ITV
2. Tick the most favourite tv programmes of British teenagers:
Neighbours BBC News The Simpsons Doctors
Sports tv East Enders Friends MTV
Vets Top of the Pops
3. Work in pairs. Chain quiz: each student answers a question and asks the next student in line the next question, making a chain of questions and answers.
1) What popular British newspapers can you name?
2) What quality British newspapers can you remember?
3) What is the full name of BBC?
4) What programmes do British teens enjoy watching?
5) Have you ever watched any of those programmes?
6) What kind of videos do British teens usually watch?
7) What types of media are used for broadcasting news?
8) How much TV do British people watch per day?
9) BBC is a terrestrial type of television.
What other type of television was mentioned?
4. Тренировка навыков чтения и говорения
The students should form 3 groups. Each gets matching-card:
Match the words with the right description. Group 1
Brochure A newspaper that has small pages, short articles and lots of photographs. They are often considered to be less serious than other newspapers.
Rag A newspaper that is printed on large sheets of paper measuring approximately 38 cm by 61 cm. They are generally considered to be more serious than other newspapers.
Tabloid A magazine or booklet with pictures that gives you information about a product or service.
Broadsheet People refer to a newspaper as a rag when they have a low opinion of it.
Match the words with the right description. Group 2
Review A piece of writing in a newspaper or magazine.
Front page One of the parts into which a newspaper is divided.
Section A front page article or picture appears on the front page of a newspaper because it is very important or interesting.
Headline The title of a newspaper story, printed in large letters at the top of it, especially on the front page. Headlines are the main points of the news which are read on radio or TV.
Article A report in a newspaper or magazine in which someone gives their opinion of a new book, film, TV programme, record, play or concert.
Feature A prominent or special article, story, or department in a newspaper or periodical.
Supplement An article in a publication expressing the opinion of its editors or publishers
Match the words with the right description. Group 3
Reporter A person whose job is to collect news or other information and write about it in newspapers or magazines or talk about it on TV or radio.
Editor A journalist who regularly writes particular kind of article in a newspaper or magazine.
Hack The person who is in charge of a newspaper and who decides what will be published in it. A journalist who is responsible for a particular section of a newspaper. A person who checks and corrects texts before they are published.
Journalist Someone who writes new articles or broadcasts new reports.
Columnist A journalist who writes for money without worrying very much about the quality of their writing.
Foreign correspondent A correspondent who sends news reports or commentary from a foreign country for broadcast or publication.
The groups now should be twisted so every new group must have at least one member from every former one. Their task is to describe the new words to each other.
5. Создание постера
Groups of 5. Time – 5 min
Secretary – notes everything down.
Designer – makes the poster look attractive.
Board of Creative Directors – generate smart ideas.
Proof Reader – checks for mistakes.
Presenter – presents the poster when it’s finished.
When writing down the information, use the plan:
6. Итоги урока, выставление отметок
Today we’ve spoken about the Mass Media. Now please answer my question: What should you do to be well informed person?
7. Домашнее задание
Your homework is to choose 1 or 2 questions and think them through.
Think of answers for these questions.
What is in the news in your country at the moment?
What type of mass media do you use, and why do you use that type for?
What do you think of the press in your country? Is it sensationalist and exploitative? Or is it serious and impartial?
Why radio is still one of the favourite types of the media?