Активизация в речи учащихся употребления ЛО по теме: ”WHAT SORT OF PEOPLE ARE WE?”.

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WHAT SORT OF PEOPLE ARE WE?

 

Цели урока:

 

 

1.    Активизировать в речи учащихся употребление ЛО по теме: ”WHAT SORT OF PEOPLE ARE WE?”.  

2.    Систематизировать знания учащихся по данной теме.

3.    Развивать навыки поискового чтения.

4.    Практиковать учащихся в устной речи по данной теме.

5.    Способствовать развитию самостоятельного мышления, выработки коммуникативной компетенции, воспитанию уважения друг к другу, национальным традициям и обычаям других народов.

 

1. T. :We live on the planet called the Earth. Does our planet differ from other planets of our Solar system? It certainly does. There is life on it and it is inhabited by human beings called people.

Can we say that all people are alike? Of course, no. We are all so different. And it is quite impossible to find two similar persons.

Some people can be tall. Some people can be short. Some are thin, others are fat. Some are attractive, others are not very attractive (optimistic-pessimist, generous-mean, ambitious-unambitious, patient-impatient, hard-working-lazy, tidy-untidy, cheerful-moody).

Some can be with good manners, others with bad ones.

 

2. The pupils complete the following columns:

Adjective                               Opposite                   Opposite

                                    (Adj.+prefix)          (different word)

tidy                                           untidy                        messy

happy                                        unhappy                    sad

kind                                           unkind                      cruel  

intelligent                                 unintelligent              stupid

polite                                         impolite                    rude

attractive                                   unattractive               ugly

interesting                                 uninteresting             boring

formal                                       informal                    casual

 

3. The pupils put the words from the 1-st column in order of their importance concerning the people’s traits (1st-the most important, 8th- the least important).Then pupils discuss it as a class.

 

4. Communicative situation.

T.: Do you want to know what sort of person you are?

I’ve invited a psychologist to our lesson. This is Miss K. She has got a special quiz with her. You should answer her questions.

Ps-t.: Are you always smiling and happy?

P.: Yes, I’m. I’m always smiling and happy.

Ps-t.: Then you are a cheerful person.

 

1 Are you usually smiling and happy? (o)                                             o

2 Do you enjoy the company of other people? (c)                                 o

3 Do you find it difficult to meet new people? (f)                                 o

4 Is it important to you to succeed in your career? (h)                          o

5 Does your mood change often and suddenly for no reason? (k)         o

6 Do you notice other people’s feelings? (p)                                         o

7 Do you think the future will be good? (b)                                           o

8 Can your friends depend on you? (n)                                                  o

9 Is your room often in a mess? (a)                                                        o

10 Do you get annoyed if you have to wait for anyone or anything? (g)o

11 Do you put off until tomorrow what you could do today? (i)           o

12 Do you work hard? (l)                                                                        o

13 Do you keep your feelings and ideas to yourself? (e)                       o

14 Do you often give presents? (j)                                                         o

15 Do you talk a lot? (d)                                                                         o

16 Are you usually calm and not worried by things? (m)                      o

 


a.           untidy

b.           optimistic

c.           sociable

d.           talkative

e.           reserved

f.            shy

g.           impatient

h.           ambitious

i.             lazy

j.             generous

k.           moody

l.             hard-working

m.        easy-going

n.           reliable

o.           cheerful

p.          sensitive