Presentation on theme: "Конспект урока по английскому языку в 9 классе выполнила: учитель иностранных языков МОУ «Ходарская гимназия» Краснова А.Н."— Presentation transcript:
Конспект урока по английскому языку в 9 классе выполнила: учитель иностранных языков МОУ «Ходарская гимназия» Краснова А.Н.
Тема: HOW DO YOU TREAT THE EARTH? Don’t be a litterbug! ЦЕЛЬ: Развивать речевые умения; Развивать способности к анализу, развивать воображение и эмоциональность, развивать оперативную память. Воспитывать чувство аккуратности у учащихся.
Задачи: - развивать способности учащихся формулировать выводы; - развивать умение чтения с пониманием содержания текста; - формировать способности осознавать экологические проблемы, осознавать роль человека, в частности, его роль во взаимодействии с природой.
The theme of our lesson is “Don’t be a litterbug!”
CLEAN There is a poem “CLEAN”. CLEAN Clean the table, Clean the floor. Clean the window, Clean the door! First of all, I read the poem. Now read after me. All together one, two. There’s no need to hurry. Take your time. There’s no need to shout. So, try to read by yourself. Are you ready? Who wants to be the first? Good. Thank you. Please write down the poem.
Let’s get down to our topic “Don’t be a litterbug!” Do you always put your garbage in the garbage can? Where do you throw your garbage at school? Who in your class throws litter on the floor? Does the litter spoil the view? Do you throw litter on the ground in the street?
Short answers Well, give me short answers to the following questions. Use adverbs of frequency (always, usually, often, sometimes, occasionally, seldom, rarely, hardly, ever, never) in your answers. Do you ever throw litter on the ground? Do you always throw garbage in the garbage can? Do you usually help clean up the litter? Does litter always spoil the view? Does the wind often blows papers away? Do litterbugs usually go to jail? Do your friends usually throw litter on the ground? Do animals sometimes carry disease? Do you sometimes help to clean up the litter? Does your friend ever help you?
Let’s read the text. Text. Litter is garbage – like food, paper and cans – on the ground or in the street. Where many people live together, litter is a problem. People don’t always put their garbage in the garbage can. It’s easier to drop a paper than to find a garbage can for it. But litter is ugly. It makes the city look dirty and spoils the view. Some people want to control litter. They never throw litter themselves and sometimes they work together in groups to clean up to the city. In the most places litter is against the law. The law punishes people who throw garbage on the streets. They usually pay a fine, and occasionally they go to jail. Two famous saying in the United States are: “Don’t be a litterbug!” and “Every litter bit hurts!”
Ask and answer the questions Change each sentence into a question. Then answer each question with a short answer. For example, Litter is a problem in our cities. First student: Is litter a problem in our cities? Second student: Yes, it is. Litter is ugly. Papers are difficult to catch. This fence is a wall of garbage. Litter is against the law. People don’t always put their garbage in the garbage can. Litter makes the city look ugly. Litter spoils the view. The wind blows papers faraway. Food and garbage bring animals. Animals sometimes carry disease. Some people want to control litter. They never throw litter themselves. The law punishes the litterbugs. They usually pay a fine.
Make a sentence Well, now you make a sentence with each frequency adverb. Look at the blackboard! There are 6 frequency adverbs, which you’ll use in your sentences. The ready sentences write down in your exercise- books. (not) always – People don’t always put their garbage in the garbage can. often sometimes usually occasionally never
Match the words Match the words on the left with the definitions on the right. You have 4 minutes for this work. Table 1)Litter 2)Fence 3)Jail 4)Garbage can 5)View 6)Litterbug 7)Disease 8)Control 9)Group 10)Fine a) garbage on the ground or in the street b) a special can for garbage c) everything that a person can see d) a wall that separates two places e) Sickness f) to manage or to stop g) a number of people h) money people pay as a punishment i) a place people stay as a punishment j) a person who throws litter
Match the words Table 1)Litter 2)Fence 3)Jail 4)Garbage can 5)View 6)Litterbug 7)Disease 8)Control 9)Group 10)Fine a) garbage on the ground or in the street d) a wall that separates two places i) a place people stay as a punishment b) a special can for garbage c) everything that a person can see j) a person who throws litter e) sickness f) to manage or to stop g) a number of people h) money people pay as a punishment
Puzzle time Let’s solve the crossword. Crossword
Questions 1) Another word of litter. 2) Opposite of clean. 3) It is a wall of garbage. 4) Animals sometimes carry it because of litter. 5) Money people pay as a punishment. 6) Dirt and smoke are pouring from cars and factories. 7) It makes the city look ugly. 8) A place people stay as punishment. 9) To manage or to stop. 10) A person who throws litter.
Puzzle time 1 G A R B A G E 2 D I R T Y 3F E N C E 4D I S E A S E 5F I N E 6P O L L U T I O N 7L I T T E R 8J A I L 9C O N T R O L 10 L I T T E T B U G
Open your diaries and write down your home task. Exercise № 7, page 82.