Розробки уроків - АНГЛІЙСЬКА МОВА 8 клас (за підручником А. М. Несвіт) - 2016 рік
Unit 2. SCHOOL LIFE
Lesson 22. SCHOOLS IN GREAT BRITAIN
Цілі: вдосконалювати навички вживання нових лексичних; вдосконалювати навички читання, аудіювання й усного мовлення; розвивати пізнавальні інтереси учнів; виховувати зацікавленість у розширенні своїх знань про освіту в інших країнах.
Find words that go together.
✵ Asking books
✵ doing games
✵ drawing hard
✵ listening to letters
✵ making maths
✵ playing pictures
✵ reading plans
✵ singing problems
✵ solving questions
✵ telling songs
✵ watching stories
✵ working the radio
✵ writing TV
Do ex. 5, p. 49.
DO ex. 6, p. 49.
Key: 1 b, 2 b, 3 c, 4 c.
DO ex. 7, p. 50.
a) 1 primary school, 2 nursery school, 3 secondary school, 4 state school, 5 private school, 6 university.
b) 1 couple, 2 enjoyed, 3 made, 4 secondary school.
Listen to a student’s recall about his favourite teacher and do the task.
My favorite teacher was Mrs. Ruby who had taught me English for 2 years. She had studied in America and came to our town to be an English teacher. She had sparkle eyes and blond hair. She’s just a bit taller than I was. She always smiled to us as we saw each other in the hallway at school. She seemed very strict when the first I met her. However, we had a lot of fun during her classes as we had been told the jokes in English. She had skills at teaching, sense of humor, friendly, patient and easy-going.
I had had her classes when I was in grade 10. I got good marks on it since then. She gave us tons of assignments which were for improving our English. She was very patient and enthusiastic to teach us whenever we had questions in her classes. Moreover, she would stay at school after school finished for hours to solve the problems that we had in her class. She would spend her private time to teach us western penmanship which was using two pencils and tightened them together with rubber bands. Then we could draw a letter with them. It’s amazing. I learnt it while I had lunch with her. She would talk about her life also during lunch and I found we had a lot in common. She liked eating Chinese and Japanese. Her favorite band was Westlife as I was. She always listened to pop music and sang karaoke. She said that it would be the way to be easier communicating with her students. She was always friendly and easy-going.
She encouraged us to do voluntary work after school or at weekends. She was in charge of YMCA and leaded a group of students to do lots different kinds of services. Such as cleaning houses for seniors who lived by themselves; selling stickers for charity; leading blind people to walk in the street regularly and planting bushes for the protesting environment organization. She was a very helpful person.
Sometimes, she would get furious though when the students didn’t hand in the assignments on time. But nevertheless I always remember her fondly.
True or False.
1. Mrs. Ruby taught Literature.
2. She was a real strict teacher.
3. She gave her students quite a lot of homework.
4. Mrs. Ruby devoted a lot of her free time to her students.
5. She involved her students in voluntary work.
6. She did not care about other people’s problems.
7. The author really admires his teacher.
Fill in the chart.
Activities after school
Do ex. 8, p. 50.
Answer the questions.
1. So, what are the main stages of education in the UK?
2. Is education compulsory?
3. Is it free?
4. What types of schools are there?
5. What knowledge can children get at school?
Do ex. 9, p. 50.