Розробки уроків - Англійська мова 8 клас за підручником О. Д. Карп’юк - 2016 рік
Unit 3. YOUR SCHOOLTIME
Lesson 36. ARE YOU A GOOD READER?
Цілі: формувати граматичні навички вживання Passive Voice; вдосконалювати лексичні навички й навички вимови; вдосконалювати навички аудіювання, письма й усного мовлення; розвивати логічне мислення; виховувати позитивне ставлення до читання, а також загальну культуру учнів.
Where do they come from?
Honore de Balzac
Miguel de Cervantes
George Bernard Shaw
Robert Louis Stevenson
John Ronald Tolkien
Hans Christian Andersen
• Honore de Balzac — France
• Ernest Hemingway — America
• Homer — Greece
• Victor Hugo — France
• Lewis Carroll — Britain
• Miguel de Cervantes — Spain
• Agatha Christie- Britain
• George Bernard Shaw — Britain
• Robert Louis Stevenson — Scotland
• Rudyard Kipling — Britain
• Jonathan Swift — Ireland
• Oscar Wilde — Ireland
• Rabindranath Tagore — India
• John Ronald Reuel Tolkien — English
• Mark Twain — America
• Dante — Italy
• Charles Dickens — England
• Hans Christian Andersen — Denmark
2. Speaking and writing
Do ex. 8, p. 121.
3. Reading and speaking
Do ex. 9, p. 121.
4. Grammar practice
Introduce the rule (p. 122).
Do ex. 1, p. 122.
Do ex. 2, p. 122.
6. Reading and writing
Do ex. 3, p. 123.
Fill in the verbs is or are, then rewrite them in Past Simple.
1. This place ... crowded at the weekend.
2. Grammar rules ... always learnt by heart.
3. Rare animals ... protected in many countries.
4. This scarf ... made by my granny.
5. The animals in the zoo ... fed two times a day.
6. The same shirts ... worn by all the members of our team.
7. New Ukrainian books ... shown in our library
8. Many Ukrainian towns ... described in this book.
9. Dinner ... always cooked by my mother.
10. Our village ... surrounded with a forest.
7. Grammar practice
Do ex. 4, p. 123.
Listen to the story about an English writer and answer the questions.
Lewis Carroll’s famous story of the little girl who falls down a rabbit hole has been entertaining the young (and not so young) readers for almost 150 years.
It was probably the first book written not to educate children or give them moral instructions — but to entertain them.
Lewis Carroll was the name used by Charles Dodgson, a mathematics teacher at Oxford University, when he was writing children’s books and poems.
When he became a teacher at Oxford Carroll used to take the daughters of his friend, Dean Liddell, for boat-riders on the river. On one of this river trips he told the story of Alice in Wonderland to young Alice Liddell. Later, he wrote the story down, and it was published in 1865.
As well as Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland and Alice Through the Looking Glass, Lewis Carroll wrote poems and another children’s book, Sylvie and Bruno. He was also a great letter writer and he invented games and puzzles. As an Oxford don (a teacher at Oxford and Cambridge), he also published mathematical works.
1. Who is this story about?
2. Was it his real name?
3. Why do people all over the world like his stories?
4. Who inspired him to write his stories?
5. What was his main occupation?
6. What else is he famous for except writing stories?
Do ex. 5, p. 124.
Do ex. 7, p. 125.