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Моя любимая книга. (рассказ)




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23.09.2014

Класс: 9 «Б»


Тема урока: Моя любимая книга. (рассказ)
Цели и задачи урока:

1)Учить рассказывать о своих увлечениях, о любимых книгах, аргументируя свой выбор, привлекая активную лексику.

2)Познакомить учащихся с новой лексикой по теме «Чтение. Литература», развивать умение чтения с полным пониманием содержания и извлечением специфической информации, совершенствовать речевые навыки, ввести новый лексико-грамматический материал: Autobiography, biography, classic, a detective story, educational, to encourage, to explore, fantasy, fiction, a genre, horror, imagination, to improve, to influence, informative, non-fiction, a novel, realistic, to recommend, a reference book, a romance, science fiction, to succeed in, a thriller

3) Расширять кругозор учащихся; интерес к культуре Великобритании; интерес к изучению иностранного языка; воспитывать интерес к чтению книг, к литературе Англии, познакомить с творчеством У. Шекспира.


Ход урока


  1. Организационный момент




  1. Вводная беседа

- вводное слово учителя

-блиц-опрос учащихся



  1. Речевая разминка

р.32 слова 1, 2


  1. Проверка домашнего задания

-р.14 ех.3 биографии писателей (пересказ: назвать основные произведения)


  1. Повторение: отработка лексического материала

Charles Dickens and Rochester

The city of Rochester is proud of its connections with Charles Dickens, and the great novelist is honoured at a special Dickens Festival every year at the turn of May and June. Local people dress up in Victorian costumes, there are readings and plays and famous characters from Dickens’ novels put in an appearance to encourage the celebrations. At Christmas time local people don their costumes once again to indulge in some Dickensian carol singing. Dickens grew up in Chatham, where his father was a clerk in the Dockyard, but it was Rochester that he loved. He bought Gad’s Hill House (now a school), just outside the town, and lived there from 1857 until his death in 1870. He would have liked to have been buried in Rochester, but the nation claimed him for Westminster Abbey.


National Library of Scotland

A treasure-house of books and manuscripts. The Library’s major summer exhibition for 1994 is Pictures of the Mind: Robert Louis Stevenson 1850—1894, which celebrates the imaginative world of one of Scotland’s best loved writers through books, manuscripts, photographs and film (July — October). Exhibition open Monday-Saturday 10.00-17.00; Sunday 14.00-17.00. Admission free. Disabled access.




  1. Введение нового лексического материала

-р.16 ех.1 Какие из этих книг ты предпочитаешь читать?

p. 17 ex.2)3),

р.18.4


  1. Заключительный этап

- Объяснение домашнего задания

p.20 ex.5, рассказ по схеме

p. 21 ex.1, слова

р.23 ех.3,4

- подведение итогов урока

We worked a lot today. All of you tried hard. The marks for today’s lesson will be

-оценка работы

- Thank you for the lesson. It’s over. Good-bye.



Charles Dickens and Rochester

The city of Rochester is proud of its connections with Charles Dickens, and the great novelist is honoured at a special Dickens Festival every year at the turn of May and June. Local people dress up in Victorian costumes, there are readings and plays and famous characters from Dickens’ novels put in an appearance to encourage the celebrations. At Christmas time local people don their costumes once again to indulge in some Dickensian carol singing.

Dickens grew up in Chatham, where his father was a clerk in the Dockyard, but it was Rochester that he loved. He bought Gad’s Hill House (now a school), just outside the town, and lived there from 1857 until his death in 1870. He would have liked to have been buried in Rochester, but the nation claimed him for Westminster Abbey.
National Library of Scotland

A treasure-house of books and manuscripts. The Library’s major summer exhibition for 1994 is Pictures of the Mind: Robert Louis Stevenson 1850—1894, which celebrates the imaginative world of one of Scotland’s best loved writers through books, manuscripts, photographs and film (July — October). Exhibition open Monday-Saturday 10.00-17.00; Sunday 14.00-17.00. Admission free. Disabled access.




Charles Dickens and Rochester

The city of Rochester is proud of its connections with Charles Dickens, and the great novelist is honoured at a special Dickens Festival every year at the turn of May and June. Local people dress up in Victorian costumes, there are readings and plays and famous characters from Dickens’ novels put in an appearance to encourage the celebrations. At Christmas time local people don their costumes once again to indulge in some Dickensian carol singing.



Dickens grew up in Chatham, where his father was a clerk in the Dockyard, but it was Rochester that he loved. He bought Gad’s Hill House (now a school), just outside the town, and lived there from 1857 until his death in 1870. He would have liked to have been buried in Rochester, but the nation claimed him for Westminster Abbey.
National Library of Scotland

A treasure-house of books and manuscripts. The Library’s major summer exhibition for 1994 is Pictures of the Mind: Robert Louis Stevenson 1850—1894, which celebrates the imaginative world of one of Scotland’s best loved writers through books, manuscripts, photographs and film (July — October). Exhibition open Monday-Saturday 10.00-17.00; Sunday 14.00-17.00. Admission free. Disabled access.

  • Charles Dickens and Rochester
  • National Library of Scotland