МЕТОДИЧЕСКАЯ РАЗРАБОТКА ОТКРЫТОГО УРОКА ПО АНГЛИЙСКОМУ ЯЗЫКУ В 8 «А» КЛАССЕ ПО ТЕМЕ «Do you know Miss Manners?»
знакомство учащихся с правилами поведения принятыми в Великобритании
развитие умение сравнивать и делать выводы;
развитие языковой догадки.
формировать адекватное восприятие и отношения к системе ценностей, образу жизни и поведению.
развитие умения воспринимать на слух информацию, с общим охватом содержания и полным пониманием;
I. Организационный момент и сообщение целей урока
Teacher. Good morning, boys and girls. Glad to see you.
How are you?
Class. We are fine thank you.
Teacher. There is a saying in English “Manners make a man”.
The expression means that if you want to be a real man, you have to have good manners
Manners mean the way that you behave to other people particularly in public.
Let’s speak about good manners and compare Russian and British customs and manners at lesson today
II. Фонетическая зарядка
Read and learn the poem:
Let’s try to be polite
In everything we do
Remember always to say “please”
And don’t forget “thank you
III. Развитие навыков разговорной речи
T. Each country has its own unwritten behaviour rules. Britain is no exception.
Look at the blackboard, read and say. Which behaviour rules do British people follow?
P1 – British people usually stand in line.
P2 – It is a very good manner to say “please”, “thank you” in Britain.
P3 – In England when you are first introduced to someone, shake their right hand with you own right hand.
P4 – English usually say “sorry” if accidentally bump into someone.
P5 – In England do not greet people with kiss if you are not close friends and relatives.
P6 – It’s considered impolite to ask a lady about her age.
P7 - A smiling face is a welcoming face.
P8 - It is impolite to stare at anyone in public.
T – Well, thank you and now let’s check your homework. What advice on behaviour manners would you give to someone visiting your country?
(Учащиеся читают советы, которые они написали дома)
Teacher - Thank you. Open your books on page 44 Fill in the table. What is usual or unusual for your country?
Usual for Russia
Usual for Britain
Men shake hands when they meet friends.
Russians greet each other once a day. Meeting your friends during the day can smile or nod.
Take off your shoes entering someone’s house.
Be patient waiting for a service.
Man shake hands when they are first introduced to someone
Greet their friends as many times as they meet them during the day
They don’t take off shoes entering someone’s house
iV. Работа с пословицами и поговорками
There is a proverb “When in Rome, do as the Romans do”
What does it mean?
P1 – When you are in a foreign country you have to behave as the people of that country do
– Do as most men do and most men will speak well of you.
T – Good for you, thank you.
V. Подведение итогов урока:
Teacher-Your homework will be exercise 3 page 46. Some Britain manners are different from the Russian ones, others are common.
Ask about the behaviour rules to make clear if they are different or common.
Well, children you see, if you have good manners you are polite and courteous.
Don’t forget to say “please” and “thank you”, you make people feel welcome and at ease. I would like to end our lesson with the words of the great religious Leader Dalai Lama.
Always follow the rule of thee R:
1) Respect for yourself – Уважай себя.
2) Respect for others – Уважай других.
3) Responsibility for all your actions – Будь в ответе за все свои поступки.
Thank you for your active work. Good bye.
ОТКРЫТОГО УРОКА ПО АНГЛИЙСКОМУ ЯЗЫКУ
В 8 «А» КЛАССЕ ПО ТЕМЕ
«Do you know Miss Manners?»
Учитель Фролова Г.И.