Урок в 8 классе «Олимпийские игры – пропаганда здорового образа жизни»
- развитие умения аудирования с пониманием как основного содержания прослушанного, так и деталей;
- введение словообразовательных суффиксов;
- дальнейшее развитие умений монологической речи;
- развитие умений диалогической речи;
- совершенствование произносительных, лексических и грамматических навыков говорения.
* воспитание у учащихся патриотизма и чувства гордости за свою страну;
* развитие стремления узнать историю спорта страны изучаемого языка;
* поддержание интереса к спортивной жизни как своей страны, так и стран изучаемого языка.
* дальнейшее знакомство с видами спорта и спортивными играми в англоязычных странах;
* пробуждение интереса к спорту Британии и России;
* формирование умения использовать знания и навыки, полученные при изучении других предметов и во внешкольной деятельности, на уроке английского языка, и наоборот;
* активизация познавательной деятельности, развитие творческого потенциала учащихся.
*развитие мотивации к изучению английского языка;
* развитие таких способностей, как фонематический слух, способность к имитации, догадке, сопоставлению родного и иностранного языков;
* развитие объёма оперативной и слуховой памяти, произвольного и непроизвольного внимания.
- Компьютерная игра «Футбол»
- Мультимедийная установка и мультимедийный экран
- Карточки с текстами
- Презентация «Спорт»
- Фотографии Алины Кабаевой и Светланы Хоркиной
- Презентация «Welcome …to the 2108 Olympic Games»
9. Рисунки в видами спорта и стрелки с надписями HEALTH”, “FREE TIME”, “ WEALTH”, “JOY”, “HAPPINESS”, “DISCIPLINE”, “FRIENDS” и т.д.
T: Good morning, students! You are at the lesson now. It’s your job. And what do you usually do after your job in the evening when you’ve already done your homework and helped your parents? How do you entertain yourselves? (Do you play football in your free time or Do you watch sports competitions on TV?)
S1: I play football.
S2: I watch sports competitions on TV.
T: I see that sport is an important part of your life. So the theme of our lesson is “Sports”.
T: Many people enjoy sport. But what people are more: those who watch or participate?
S: More people watch sports competitions.
T: It’s the opinion of the Russian people. And what do the British like best: to watch or to participate? Where would you place these numbers?
. of the British play tennis. 3%
. of the British go to tennis matches. 20%
. of population play football. 30 %
. of population go to football matches. 3%
T: Maybe. Listen to check. (CD)
III. Развитие умения письма
T: Do you know who invented football? What country is the Motherland of football?
S: The English invented football.
T. I guess you’d like to know about the history of football. Listen to your classmates. (Two pupils make a short report)
T: I’m sure you’ve heard the song with the words “Real men play hockey”. In my eyes football is a game for real men as well. Watch the video and say what skills football players should have. (Computer game is presented on the multimedia screen)
T: Words on the slide will help you.
a great wish to win- огромное желание выиграть.
T: What famous football players do you know?
S: They are Pele, Maradona, Ronaldo and others.
T: A sportsman who plays football is a football player.(Shows a picture with a football player on the screen and writes these words on the blackboard distinguishing the suffix). He plays games using a ball. What do we call a sportsman who plays basketball (volleyball, golf, tennis, rugby, chess)?
Children come up to the blackboard and write new words drawing suffixes.
T: What do we call a sportsman who shows his strength and does judo (weightlifting)?
T: What do we call a sportsman who uses his or her legs and arms and goes swimming (jumping, running)?
IV. Обучение диалогу на основе рассказов по теме
T: These sportswomen became famous taking part in gymnastics but in different kinds of it. Do you know their names? (Photos on the magnet board)
S: They are Alina Kabaeva and Svetlana Horkina.
T: Read the short information about them printed in the slides.
(Children read aloud)
The modern star of callisthenics (художественная гимнастика) is only 42 kilos. The first success came to Alina Kabaeva at the International Competitions in Moscow in 1996. In 1998 she took part in Goodwill Games in the USA and won four gold medals and silver. She took the third place in the Olympic Games in Sidney.
Alina was born in Tashkent, but since 1995 she has lived in Moscow. Her coach is Irina Viner. Alina is keen on ballet. She likes reading and she collects soft toys.
Svetlana Horkina is a real queen of competitive gymnactics. She won the World Championship three times runnung! Svetlana has a son Svyatoslav by name. He was born in Los Angeles. Her favourite actor is Bruce Willice. She likes roses. Cities she loves are Sidney, Paris and Tokyo. Svetlana prefers wearing comfortable classical clothes. She is an honorable citizen of China.
T: Now let’s play the game “Twenty questions”. One pupil (P1) comes up to me and thinks of the name of one of these sportswomen. I’ll divide you into two teams and you’ll try to guess the name of the sportswoman by asking yes/ no questions. The winner isn’t the team that will guess earlier but ask more right questions.(on the screen) (Alternative Questions)
P: Is she a star of calisthenics?
P1: Yes, she is. etc
T: Both Alina Kabaeva and Svetlana Horkina participated in the Olympic Games and won medals. The Olympic Games take place every four years and are held in different countries.
1. What do you know about Olympic movement?
2. What does the Olympic flag symbolize?
3. What countries did the Olympic Games take place in?
4. Where else, do you know?
5. What do you know about the Olympic flame?
6. It’s the Olympic motto. It’s in Latin. What does it mean?
7. What are the Olympic awards?
8. What sports are in the Olympic Games program?
9. In the collage you see the mascot of Moscow 80 Olympic Games. It is a bear. Why did Russia choose this mascot?
10.What will the mascot of the 22nd Winter Olympic Games in Sochi be?
Fancy that you are in Sochi and now it’s 2014. You meet a person from an English-speaking country. Converse with him/her to become friends, discuss sport competitions.
(Two couples have conversations)
T: Your homework was connected with the future Olympic Games. You did the presentation “Welcome… to the 2108 Olympic Games!”
Your task was to design the Olympic flag and motto of the future Olympics.
What Olympic awards will be in 2108? Your task was to design a new one.
Your task was to design your own Olympic emblem and to explain why you chose it.
You had to invent your own new sport that will be in the Olympic programme.
You had to design sport clothes for our Russian team.
Present your work, please.
(Three groups of students present their homework using their presentations)
T: I see you’re tired to sit quietly so long. Let’s do exercises. Stand up, please.
(Children do it)
Shake your legs
And say “Hello”.
Shake your knees
Shake your ears
Shake your arms
Shake your body
Shake your head
Shake your nose
And say “Hello”.
VI.Аудирование и обсуждение информации
T: Do you know other sports and games which the British enjoy? (a sheet of paper on the tables)
Listen to Rose Wilson talking about popular British sports and games. What does she say about:
- the favourite sports and games of the British?
- the year of the first tennis championship in England?
The British people like sports and games. But if they are asked to name their favourite sports they will probably name football, cricket and tennis, though many of them go in for such sports as golf and hockey, athletics and climbing, horse-riding and boating, rugby and rowing.
Britain invented and developed many of the sports and games which are now played all over the world. Football is one of them. Probably the most popular sport nowadays was first developed in England. It is spread all over the country – in England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland. Their national teams compete with each other every year. The two best teams play in the Cup Final at Wembley Stadium in London.
Cricket is another popular summer sport. It is sometimes called an English national game. It is known that people played cricket in England as early as 1550. students play weekly games from late April to the end of September. Cricket is a very long game, and slow too. International cricket matches last for 5 days.
Tennis, or lawn tennis, is another popular game in Britain. It was first played in 1872 and the first championship at Wimbledon was in 1877. Nowadays every summer in June, the British hold this famous International Tennis Champioship at Wimbledon, near London.
(Pupils answer the questions)
T: Listen again and complete the sentences.
The British people like sports and games. But if they are asked to name their favourite sports they will probably name football, cricket and tennis, though many of them go in for such sports as golf and hockey, athletics and climbing, horse-riding and ____________, rugby and rowing.
Britain invented and developed many of the sports and games which are now played all over the world. Football is one of them. Probably the most popular sport nowadays was first ___________ in England. It is spread all over the country – in England, Wales, ___________ and Northern Ireland. Their national teams compete with each other every year. The two best teams play in the Cup Final at _________ Stadium in London.
Cricket is another popular summer sport. It is sometimes called an English national game. It is known that people played cricket in England as early as _____. Students play weekly games from late April to the end of September. Cricket is a very long game, and slow too. International cricket matches last for ___ days.
Tennis, or lawn tennis, is another popular game in Britain. It was first played in 1872 and the first championship at Wimbledon was in 1877. Nowadays every summer in ______, the British hold this famous International Tennis Champioship at Wimbledon, near London.
(Students fill in the blanks)
T: Read the sentences, please.
VII. Рефлексия. Подведение итогов.
T: I see that sport is many things for everybody. (Shows the picture with the word “SPORT” on it and many different pictures of sports all around). Tell me what is sport for you?
(The teacher attaches this picture on the magnet board and children write and attach arrows with the words such as “HEALTH”, “FREE TIME”, “ WEALTH”, “JOY”, “HAPPINESS”, “DISCIPLINE”, “FRIENDS”, etc. around)
T: Let’s create a cinquain reflecting your attitude to sport.
Makes, forms, develops.
Teaches to be patient.