Проект урока английского языка в 10 классе по теме «Идеальная школа»
Проект урока английского языка в 10 классе
по теме «Идеальная школа»
Образовательная: совершенствование лексических навыков говорения, восприятия и понимания речи на слух; развитие умений выражать свое мнение на основе прочитанной информации, видеосюжета;
Развивающая: развитие способности к выделению главного и второстепенного, развитие межкультурной компетенции учащихся; развитие у учащихся объема слуховой и оперативной памяти, воображения, способности к сравнению и обобщению;
Воспитательная: воспитание культуры взаимоотношений с носителями языка и со сверстниками, привитие навыков работе в команде.
Оснащение урока: компьютер, мультимедийный проектор, раздаточный и наглядный материалВведение учащихся в атмосферу иноязычного общения
Приветствие и вступительное слово учителя.
Good morning dear students and dear guests!
Today we're having an unusual lesson-first we have many guests here today and secondly there are our American friends here. These are Victor and Brian. They are going to help us to discuss the ideal school. V., could you briefly explain what the main aims are of this project? (Hello everybody! We come from the USA, state Utah. We're dealing with the project «An ideal school-how it looks like». We accepted your teacher's invitation and today we'll help you with fresh ideas)
That's why we'll be discussing the ideal school. Today we're going to speak about
School building and equipment
Lesson organization and teachers
School sponsored activities
Let us imagine travelling through different countries. On our journey we'll collect the best ideas from all over the world. On the papers I'm giving you note down what you see and hear, so you'll be able to present your own ideal school at the end of the lesson.
Let's get started!
Hands out 1
Совершенствование активных лексических навыков по теме
Совершенствование восприятия и понимания речи на слух
The first point is school building and equipment. Which country, do you think, has the best school facilities? (Sweden, Italy, Finland) My beloved Germany, of course! Watch the slideshow and choose 5 things that you'd like to have in your ideal school.
Работа в группах
Let us now discuss lesson organization and teachers. For this point let us travel to Finland which is supposed to have one of the best educational systems in the world. Here is a letter from one of the educational Finnish forums about their lesson organization and teachers, but you know, some of the statements seem unbelievable to me.
Read and try to figure out which facts may be false. Here is a video on this topic, watch it and tell me what wrong was in the letter.
So what facts turned out to be false?
What makes the school life interesting and full of positive emotions? Sure, an active out-of-class life. Let's ask our American guys about it.
Relaxation break. Doing yoga and meditation have become so popular nowadays and I can show you how it functions. (Put your hands together and close your eyes. Imagine that you're near a waterfall and the water carries away your worries, sorrows and negative energy. Think about your summer, the seaside, imagine a gentle breath blowing past your face and pleasant warmth between your toes. Breathe in the fresh sea air and listen to the seagulls. Imagine you're a dolphin gently gliding through the water. Smile… Only positive things are waiting for you. Open your eyes, we will now continue our work) =)
Hands out 2
Link to the video - www.youtube.com/watch?v=rlYHWpRR4yc
Link to the music - www.audiopoisk.com/track/gregorian/mp3/moment-of-peace/
Совершенствование навыков говорения
Совершенствование навыков диалогической речи
We will now discuss evaluation systems. Do you like tens? Or would you rather get a 100% or perhaps A+? Let's see how other countries mark their students. Can you guess which country this marks can be from. Which evaluation system do you like the best?
Well, marks are marks. And it doesn't really matter which evaluation system it is. Whichever system you use they all have exams. What are exams like in the USA?
(What exams? What subjects were the most complicated? How did you get ready for the exam?)
V: What exams do the Belarusian pupils pass and in what subjects?
It's hard to tell but we can sing!
You ready?! Lets go!
Yeah, for those of you that want to know what our exams are about
It's going like this!
Maths, English, Russian, Belarusian are those subjects to pass
You like a crazy person now have to enter the class
You'll never know what will it is before you try at least once
That's our own recipe to pass brilliant the exams:
You have ten percent luck, twenty percent skill
Fifteen percent concentrated power of will
Five percent pleasure, fifty percent pain
And a hundred percent reason to remember the examiner's name!
Hands out 3
Link to the music - muzofon.com/search/fort%20minor%20remember%20the%20name%20%D0%BC%D0%B8%D0%BD%D1%83%D1%81
You see, we're almost ready with the project. The only thing that is left is to bring it all together.
So let's sum up. What does our school require to be an ideal one?
B. Подведение итогов. Выставление отметок.
С. Объяснение домашнего задания:
Hands out 1
SCHOOL SPONSORED ACTIVITIES
SCHOOL BUILDING AND EQUIPMENT
LESSON ORGANISATION MAND TEACHERS
Hands out 2
FINNISH EDUCATIONAL FORUM
The first lesson in Finland is Math; pupils take their shoes off when they arrive. They get into their classrooms and call their teachers by their last name.
Many pupils stay at the same school for many years, so they have teachers for almost all of their school life for children. Teachers grow up with the children and see the problems which pupils can have. Teachers can understand what things children are they good or bad in. Some teachers are like school mothers.
Learning foreign languages isn't seen as key. They study only one foreign language. All children have the same level of English. And no one needs special attention.
In Finland success is not measured on winners and losers.
Learning is more individual. The best and worst pupils in different subjects are taught separately. This is controversial, but it works.
Giving pupil extra help is standard practice. But there is a rule, that only one teacher may be in the classroom at the same time.
In subjects like Science, Finnish schools are very successful.
Teachers all have to complete a master's degree.
Trust is not important here.
Finnish education is one of the best in the developed world with the best results.
Hands out 3
A: Excellent (85-100%, 优秀)
B: Good (75-84%, 良好)
C: Satisfactory (64-74%, 中等)
D: Pass (60-63%, 及格 )
F: Failure (0-59%, 不及格)
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