Конспект урока по теме Школьная жизнь в 10 классе

План урока по теме «Школьная жизнь» в 10 классе.

Цели урока:

Образовательная: формирование умений монологической и диалогической речи по теме урока, понимания высказываний учителя и собеседника в различных учебных ситуациях;

Развивающая: развитие содержательности и выразительности речи обучающихся, их творческих способностей и умений обобщения, логичности и доказательности;

Воспитательная: воспитание интереса к культуре и традициям стран изучаемого языка, положительного и уважительного отношения к школе, учителям и одноклассникам.

Задачи урока:

тренироваться в употреблении лексики по теме «Школьная жизнь»;

развивать умение аудирования с пониманием основного содержания и детальным пониманием;

тренировка коммуникативного взаимодействия обучающихся.

Тип урока – урок закрепления новых знаний.

Педагогические технологии: информационная, игровая, проблемного обучения.

Формы работы: фронтальная, индивидуальная, групповая.

Оборудование: компьютер, мультимедийный проектор, аудиозаписи,

Ход урока

Этап урока


1. Организационный момент

Рабочий и психологический настрой учащихся, привлечение внимания к теме урока и его месте в модуле «Schooldays & work »

2. Актуализация имеющихся знаний по теме урока (warming up)

Побуждение интереса к получению новой информации по теме урока

3. Проверка домашнего задания

Развитие умений диалогической речи на английском языке по теме урока

4. Аудирование текста «Eton College»

Развитие умений аудирования с полным пониманием на английском языке

5. Лексико-грамматическое упражнение «School Uniforms» (формат ЕГЭ)

Совершенствование умений использования английской лексики и грамматики

6. Работа в группах: обсуждение аргументов за и против школьной формы

Формирование коммуникативной компетенции на английском языке по теме урока

7. Представление результатов работы групп

Развитие умений монологической речи

8. Домашнее задание

Закрепление и творческое осмысление полученных на уроке знаний (сочинение с элементами рассуждения)

9. Рефлексия

Размышление, рождение нового знания, постановка учеником новых целей обучения

Методическая разработка урока английского языка по теме

«Школьная жизнь» в 10 классе.

T: Good morning. Nice to see you and our guests! The theme of our lesson is “School life”. Our goals today: to practice the vocabulary on the topic; to develop speaking abilities; to practice reading and listening for gist. We have already discussed the text “Schools around the world” and we are going to continue our discussion today. Which of these activities do pupils practice at school? Please match the words:

Prepare a) for adult life

Learn (2) b) friends

Get c) exams

Make d) knowledge

Take e) fun

Is f) useful subjects

g) to help each other

And now I would like to know your opinion about school education. What is school for you? What should/shouldn’t a good pupil and a good teacher do? What do you do to be a good pupil? What influences good learning?

Your homework was to prepare your own dialogues between the journalists and the students in different countries.

Dialogue 1



- Hello, British youth magazine. Tell me, please, where are you from?

- Hi! I’m from Australia.

- What type of school do you go to?

- It’s Presbyterian Ladies’ College not far from Sydney’ It’s a boarding school.

How many students are there in your school?

1200 girls from age four to age 18.

When was your school founded?

It was founded in 1888.

What subjects are compulsory in your school?

We learn English, Maths, Human Society, Science and Technology, Creative Arts, History of Religion, Computing.

Do you have any extra-curricular activities?

Our school is one of Australia’s best sporting schools. Sports available to students include swimming, diving, rowing, water polo.

- Do you wear a uniform in your school?

- Yes, we do. Girls are required to wear black tunic, a short sleeve white blouse, a black skirt and black leather shoes.

Thank you. It was very interesting to know about your school.

Dialogue 2



Good morning, nice to meet you.


British youth magazine, may I ask you some questions?

Yes, sure.

Where are you from?

I’m from New York City.

What can you tell me about your school?

It’s the LaGuardia High School of Music, Art and Performing Arts.

Why do you go to this school?

I want to be an actor, that’s why I go to this school.

Do you have to sit exams to win a place there?

No, we have to pass an audition in the area we have to study.

What lessons have you got?

We don’t have only singing, dancing and acting, but English, Maths, Science and other school subjects too.

Do you have to wear a uniform?

We don’t have to wear a uniform, which is great!

Do your parents pay for your education?

Yes, they do.

Can you name any famous ex-students of your school?

Yes, Al Pacino, one of the most famous actors, for example.

Are you lucky to be a student of this school?

Yes, I feel really lucky.

Thanks a lot.

Dialogue 3



- Hello, British youth magazine. Tell me, please, where are you from?

- Hi! I’m from Russia. I live in Electrostal.

What type of school do you go to?

I go to the state school in Electrostal.

Is it a single-sex or a co-educational school?

It’s a co-educational school.

How many days a week do you go to school?

I go to school six days a week.

What time do your lessons begin and finish?

Our lessons begin at eight o’clock and finish at half past one.

What facilities does your school have?

We have a school library, workshops for boys, a room for manual works for girls, the Physics and Chemistry labs, the computer classrooms in our school.

What extra-curricular activities are there at your school?

We have a lot of activities at our school such as competitions and contents, International Friendship club, scientific societies and different outdoor activities.

Thank you.

Your dialogues were very interesting. What dialogue was the most interesting in your opinion?

Alena had a special task. She is a journalist at the local TV company. Let’s listen to her report about our school.

P: We go to school №17. It is a gymnasium. We have very experienced teachers in our school. They like their job and teach us very well. Stasjuk Elena Valerjevna is a head teacher of our school. She is a World Culture teacher.

We have classes 6 days a week. When children are 7 they go to the primary school where they spend four years. Pupils learn to write, to read and to count there. They often play different games.

Maths is a very difficult subject. Some pupils have problems with Maths and our teacher helps to solve these problems.

We like literature because we read a lot of interesting books by Russian and foreign writers and our teacher tells a lot about their life and work.

History is a very interesting subject. We learn many facts about past and present. During our History lessons we discuss different problems, ask a lot of questions and our teacher always answers them.

IT is a very interesting and difficult subject. We can’t live without computers. They became a part of our life. The Internet is not only the assistant in our daily work it is also the world in which there are libraries, photo galleries, games.

At biology lessons we learn about nature, about animals and plants. Sometimes we do experiments and our teacher helps us.

At Geography lessons we travel around the world, visit different continents and countries, learn about people, their customs and traditions.

We study two foreign Languages: English and German. We usually learn new words, read, translate and discuss texts, learn English and German poems by heart, play games at our lessons. Our teachers explain us grammar rules, correct our mistakes.

Our teachers are serious, friendly, clever and understanding. We like our school and our teachers.

T: We know that there are a lot of different schools around the old. Look at the photos of an English secondary school called Eton College. Is Eton similar to your school? Why / Why not?

Read the quiz about Eton and guess the answers.

Eton is approximately…

A 370years old

B 450 years old

C 570 years old

The age of students is between

A 13 and 18

B 11 and 18

C 3 and 18

The school is for…

A boys only

B boys, but girls study there when they are 16

C boys and girls

Old Eton Students include….

A eight prime minister from African and Asian countries.

B British prime ministers.

C famous secret agents.

These people have special clothes to wear at Eton:

A young students.

B all students.

C students and teachers.

All Eton students study…

A Latin for one year or more.

B at Oxford or Cambridge.

C in small classrooms.

Eton is important in the history of…

A rugby.

B football.

C the Olympic Games.

Listen to some information about Eton. Check your answer to the quiz.

Listen again. Are the statements true (T) or false (F)?

Students go home every day when school finishes. T/F

It costs approximately £30,000 a year to study at Eton. T/F

The students have a special name for teachers. T/F

The Eton Wall Game is similar to football. T/F

There is an old school in England called Rugby School. T/F


Eton College

Some schools in Britain are very famous, usually because they have a lot of history. Take Eton College, for example. It’s a public school and it’s over 570 years old! Students start when they are 13 and finish when they are 18. Eton is a boarding school. That means that the students live in the school. Only boys go to Eton.

At the moment, Eton is popular with the British Royal family. Prince William and Prince Harry are old Eton students. Royal families from Africa and Asia send their children to Eton and a number of British Prime Ministers are “Old Etonians”. And some fictional characters are old Eton students too – the secret agent James Bond, 007, for example. You need a lot of money to study at Eton. The school is expensive. It costs approximately £30,000 a year to study there.

Tradition is important in Eton. The students and the teachers wear a special uniform which is very formal. The students don’t call the teachers «teachers they call them beaks. All the students study Latin for minimum one year. The classes are often small; they have just ten students in some lessons. 30% of the students go to Oxford or Cambridge University when they finish their studies at Eton.

Sport is very popular at Eton. They play normal sports, but they also play games which only exist at Eton – one is called the Eton Wall Game. The Eton Wall Game is a very physical type of football. Actually, Eton is one of the first schools in the world to play football. It’s interesting that another popular sport comes from an old English public school. The name rugby comes from Rugby School. The first written rules for this sport came from Rugby School in 1870.

T: The students and the teachers wear a special uniform in Eton. Please, read the text about school uniforms and fill the gaps with the correct derivative of the words in bold.

School uniforms

Do you have to wear a uniform at school or can you wear what you like?

Many people believe that uniforms are ________ than casual clothes GOOD

for children at school.

Uniforms remind the children that they have to follow rules at school.

Casual clothes __________ this. NOT DO

With all children at school __________ the same clothes, children WEAR

from rich families dress the same way as children from poorer families.

A uniform also _________ a feeling that everyone at the same school CREATE

is part of the same community.

In the 1960s and 1970s, many schools in Britain _________ having a STOP

school uniform because of the expense for parents.

Since then, however, a number of these schools _________ uniforms back. BRING

Their new uniforms are more comfortable and more fashionable than

uniforms ________ forty years ago. BE

They’re so popular that many of the head teachers at schools without

uniforms ____________ now about bringing uniforms back there too. THINK

KEYS: better, don’t do, wearing, creates, stopped, have brought, were, are thinking

T: Many people believe that uniforms are better than casual clothes for children at school. What’s your opinion? Work in groups and write your arguments for and against school uniform. Groups should report the results of their work.

Arguments for school uniform

School uniforms help pride and discipline.

It stops us from choosing what to wear when we get up in the morning.

There is no difference between students from rich and poor families.

If people wear what they want it can lead to arguments and bullying.

Formal style is great!

It helps everyone to feel equal.

Students can concentrate on their work better (they don’t think how they look).

Uniforms would end discrimination against students who don’t have brand clothes.

School will turn into fashion show if everybody wears his/her favourite clothes.

If we have school uniforms we’ll be ready to have a dress code at our future work.

Arguments against school uniform

Students can’t express themselves.

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