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Учитель Абрамова Н.И. Класс 8 Тема урока Belles on Their Toes Тип урока развитие навыков чтения аутентичного художественного текста с использованием приёмов интерактивного чтения
1. образовательная - развивать навыки чтения; - сформировать грамматические навыки в устной речи; - развивать навыки монологической речи. 2. развивающая - развивать способности к содержательной антиципации, предположению; - развивать память и внимание учащихся; - автоматизировать грамматические навыки в говорении. 3. воспитательная - воспитание потребности в приобщении к культуре страны изучаемого языка через чтение художественной литературы; - развитие познавательных потребностей; - расширение кругозора учащихся.
- развитие навыков чтения ; - развитие умения антиципировать содержание прочитанного; - узнавание известные грамматические структуры в незнакомом тексте; - перевод.
What is your favourite holiday? How do you celebrate it? Do you like to get presents? Are you always pleased with the presents you get?
sanitary reasons a final inspection oratorical style your fine spirit of cooperation the gangplank unwrapped just old stuff like knives and watches.
sanitary reasons гигиенические соображения a final inspection заключительный осмотр oratorical style ораторская манера spirit of cooperation дух сотрудничества the gangplank трап, сходни unwrap развёртывать an old stuff старый хлам, старьё
to wash the windows to dust about to clean for to put our best clothes up to line the floors to start away to think on to go the furniture
to wash the floor to dust the furniture to clean the windows to put on our best clothes to line up to start for to think about to go away
Jr. and Ernestine Gilbreth Carey were a happy family that lived in the USA. But in 1924 their father died leaving the mother with 11 children, the oldest of whom was 18 and the youngest was two. Mrs Gilbreth took over the father's business. o Do you think their life has changed?
The morning before Mother's arrival from Europe, we washed the floors, dusted the furniture and cleaned the windows. The house was cleaner than it ever was before, is now, or ever will be. We went for a quick swim, more for sanitary reasons than for relaxation, and than put on our best clothes. Everybody looked fine. Anne lined us up in the dining room for a final inspection. o Do you have special arrangements for celebrations? What do you think about them?
"Everyone is alive, and nobody is in prison. So I guess we did a pretty good job." "You all know," she said in her best oratorical style, "that I don't enjoy making speeches." This was something we didn't know at all because there were few things Anne enjoyed more. "I want to thank you one and all for your fine spirit of cooperation." o How do you think why Anne wanted to thank the children?
We started for the dock. We knew Mother would be happy to see us there. Then we saw the boat and our mother. She came down the gangplank with two suitcases. "It's so good to be home," she said. "I can't tell you how I felt when I saw all of you standing on the dock." We said it was good to have her home. o What do you feel when your mother is away?
But the boys had trouble hiding their disappointment, when they unwrapped their packages and found that each contained a blue beret. "All the men in France are wearing them," Mother said. "I thought you might like to start the style over here." "They're just what we've always wanted," Frank said stoutly, trying not to think about what might happen to him and Bill if they wore the berets to school. "I guess," said Mother, "that I don't know as much about getting presents for boys as your father did. That's something I'm going to have to learn, isn't it?" "Dad never brought anything better," Bill protested. "Just old stuff like knives and watches." "You're good boys," Mother said. "I'll remember about old stuff like that if I go away again. o How do you think the boys liked their presents?
The children cleaned the house to make it cleaner than it ever was before. The children were wearing their best clothes to meet their mother on the dock. Everybody knew that Anne liked making speeches. Anne asked the children to tell their mother that everything had been fine while she was away. The children's mother came from Europe to the USA by air. The children's mother brought them presents from Europe. Some of the children didn't like them. Mrs. Gilbreth decided to learn what to give to boys as presents.
Pretend you are happy. Hide your disappointment. Show how disappointed you are. Say that it is what you wanted. Say "thank you" and put it aside. Thank your friend most heartily.