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    Разработка урока Буденко Е.И. "Modern means of communication in our life".
    20.11.2012, 16:28
    Modern means of communication in our life.



    Цели урока:
    практические: развитие умений аудирования, чтения с извлечением частичной и полной информации, речевых компетенций;
    развивающие: развитие мышления, внимания, памяти, любознательности;
    образовательные: расширение кругозора, формирование коммуникативной компетенции;
    воспитательные: формирование мотивации к изучению английского языка, уважения к чужому мнению.
    Оборудование:
    Презентация (Power Point), CD с записью для аудирования, раздаточный дидактический материал – карточки с заданиями для аудирования, карточки с диалогом и заданиями по чтению Ход урока
    I. Warm up
    Т. Our today’s class is going to be devoted to the role of electronic gadgets in our life.
    1. What gadgets can you name?
    2. Which of these gadgets do you use most often?
    3. Do you prefer to use your mobile for phone calls or SMS text messages?
    4. Which is shorter – the usual letter or SMS text message?
    5. Do people use a special language to make their SMS text messages short?
    II. Introducing the language of texts and chat rooms.
    T. Let’s look at the language of text messages and chat rooms.
    Students work with the presentation. Приложение 1
    Students complete the table about the changes to the English language. Приложение 2
    III. Developing listening skills.
    T. I see you’ve got the idea of the language of texts.
    And now I’d like you to listen to 3 teenagers talking about their texting habits. Приложение 3
    1. Listen for the 1st time and say who sends the most texts – 1. Adam 2.Hayley or 3.Elizabeth.
    2. Listen again and match the teenagers to the reasons why they like texting. Let’s read the sentences first.
    a. It’s cheaper than making phone calls
    b. You can contact more than one person at the same time.
    c. You can send messages in private. Student’s handout
    Listen to three teenagers talking about their texting habits.
    I. Who sends the most texts? Adam Hayley Elizabeth
    II. Listen again. Match the teenagers to the reasons why they like texting. It is cheaper than making phone calls. You can contact more than one person at the same time. You can send messages in private.
    IV. Developing reading skills.
    T. So we’ve discussed using mobiles. As far as I can see you find this gadget very useful. And are there any popular gadgets that you consider unnecessary or even ridiculous?
    Let’s read a dialogue between two people with different views on the usefulness of electronic gadgets.
    Read the dialogue to yourselves and find equivalents for the following. I give you 5 minutes for the task. Gadgets Dave:I see you’ve still got your brick, Ken.
    Ken:My what?
    Dave:Your brick. Your 1990s mobile. Isn’t it too heavy to carry?
    Ken:Ha ha, very funny. It still works fine, you know. It’s not the latest model, like yours, but unlike you I know I don’t need a mobile phone that can take pictures or access the internet. I don’t need to check my emails when I’m on the bus, and nor do you. No one does. Did you feel your life was empty before they invented the phone you have now? Of course you didn’t.
    Dave:You’re a dinosaur, Ken. Don’t you think technology’s a good thing?
    Ken:That depends. Some stuff’s really useful, like the high tech equipment in hospitals that saves people’s lives, but as for the electronic gadgets people buy in the shops these days, most of them are so unnecessary. Satnav, for example – why do I need a computer to tell me where I am when I’m driving? I can read a map. I can even stop and ask another human being.
    Dave:I find satnav very handy. It saves time.
    Ken:I bet it’s never saved you more than five minutes. You love wasting your money, don’t you?
    Dave:You won’t want to know what I bought at the weekend, then?
    Ken:A phone that can make you breakfast?
    Dave:No, an e-book reader. It’s amazing. It stores the words of hundreds of books electronically, and you can just hold it in your hands. Now I can have my whole book collection right there in front of me.
    Ken:So can I. On the bookshelves in my house.
    Dave:No, but with an e-book reader you can access any of your books at the touch of a button.
    Ken:And I can access any of my books by getting off the sofa and walking about three metres. It’s not difficult, and it’s a lot cheaper.
    Dave:Oh, Ken, you just don’t understand.
    Ken:No, you’re right, I don’t.
    Exercise 1
    1) Read the dialogue and find equivalents for the following: Тяжело носить. Иметь доступ в Интернет. Проверять электронную почту в автобусе. До того, как изобрели телефон. Высокотехнологичное оборудование. Я могу читать карту. Спутниковый навигатор. Полезный. Тебе нравиться зря тратить деньги? Электронная книга. Нажатием кнопки. Это намного дешевле.
    2) Now work in pairs. Answer the questions in ex. 2 Exercise 2
    1) Answer the questions below: What do you think Dave means when he jokes that Ken’s mobile phone is a ‘brick’? How old does Dave say Ken’s mobile is? What word does Ken use to describe the electronic gadgets people buy in the shops these days? What example of useful technology does Ken give? What two things does Ken suggest people who are driving can do instead of using sat nav? Ken jokes that Dave has bought something that doesn’t really exist – what is it? What did Dave really buy at the weekend? Where does Ken say his whole book collection is? What do you think Dave means when he calls Ken a ‘dinosaur’? What do you think Ken means when he says at the end of the conversation that he doesn’t understand?
    2) Work in pairs and decide if the following statements in ex. 3 are true, false or if the text doesn’t say. Exercise 3
    1) Decide whether the following statements are true (T) or false (F), or if the text doesn’t say (D). Dave has a mobile phone. Ken would like to have a camera on his mobile. Dave often travels by bus. Ken can drive a car. Ken doesn’t believe sat nav saves Dave much time. Dave is unhappy with his new e-book reader. Ken would like an e-book reader too. Dave lives in a house, not a flat.
    2) Look at the dialogue again. Try to remember it. Turn it over. Do ex. 4 without looking at your dialogues. Exercise 4
    1) The dialogue has been copied below but the words in bold have been mixed up – can you put them back in the right places again? Dave:I see you’ve still got your brick, Ken.
    Ken:My what?
    Dave:Your brick. Your 1990s (1) amazing. Isn’t it too (2) invented to carry?
    Ken:Ha ha, very funny. It still (3) sofa fine, you know. It’s not the latest model, like yours, but unlike you I know I don’t need a mobile phone that can take pictures or (4) read the internet. I don’t need to (5) handy my emails when I’m on the bus, and nor do you. No one does. Did you feel your life was empty before they (6) works the phone you have now? Of course you didn’t.
    Dave:You’re a dinosaur, Ken. Don’t you think technology’s a good thing?
    Ken:That depends. Some stuff’s really useful, like the (7) access equipment in hospitals that saves people’s lives, but as for the electronic gadgets people buy in the shops these days, most of them are so unnecessary. Sat nav, for example – why do I need a (8) heavy to tell me where I am when I’m driving? I can (9) No a map. I can even stop and ask another human (10) wasting.
    Dave:I find sat nav very (11) breakfast. It saves time.
    Ken:I bet it’s never saved you more than five minutes. You love (12) high-tech your money, don’t you?
    Dave:You won’t want to know what I bought at the weekend, then?
    Ken:A phone that can make you (13) being?
    Dave:No, an (14) computer reader. It’s (15) button. It stores the words of hundreds of books electronically, and you can just hold it in your hands. Now I can have my whole book (16) mobile right there in front of me.
    Ken:So can I. On the (17) check in my house.
    Dave:No, but with an e-book reader you can access any of your books at the touch of a (18) e-book.
    Ken:And I can access any of my books by getting off the (19) collection and walking about three metres. It’s not difficult, and it’s a lot cheaper.
    Dave:Oh, Ken, you just don’t understand.
    Ken:(20) bookshelves, you’re right, I don’t.

    2) Say which character – Ken or Dave – you identify with more and why.
    V. Summing up.
    T. To sum it up, would you find it difficult to live without gadgets? (Students’ answers)
    Thank you for your work.
    Your marks are …
    VI. Homework
    1) Speak about the advantages and disadvantages of the forms of communication:
    1. texts
    2. emails
    3. letters
    4. phone calls
    2) Make up a text message to your friend to invite him or her to go somewhere with you. Use all the necessary abbreviations. Список использованной литературы: 1. Федеральный государственный стандарт основного общего образования по иностранным языкам. 2. Авторская программа Биболетовой М.З., Трубаневой Н.Н. «Программа курса английского языка к УМК «Enjoy English»для учащихся 2-9 классов общеобразовательных учреждений». – Обнинск, Титул, 2008.. 3. УМК УМК «Enjoy English» для учащихся 7 класса общеобразовательных учреждений. Биболетовой М.З., Трубаневой Н.Н. – Обнинск, Титул, 2011 4. Ресурсы интернета festival.1september.ru
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