Разработка урока с использованием ресурсов Британского совета
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Разработка урока с использованием ресурсов Британского совета

Оценка 4.7
Разработки уроков
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английский язык
8 кл—10 кл
10.01.2017
Разработка урока с использованием ресурсов Британского совета
Урок разработан для 8-10 класса на тему "Кораблекрушение". В уроке представлены различные задания для индивидуальной, парной и групповой работы. Есть задания на лексику, ответы на вопросы, поискового чтения, обсуждения прочитанного, выбор информации из прочитанного текста. Текст для поискового чтения называется "Мисс Эванс".Урок разработан для 8-10 класса на тему "Кораблекрушение". В уроке представлены различные задания для индивидуальной, парной и групповой работы. Есть задания на лексику, ответы на вопросы, поискового чтения, обсуждения прочитанного, выбор информации из прочитанного текста.
урок1 с использованием Британского Совета.docx
Abramova Juliya Olegovna, an English teacher Mihailovka secondary school Terenga district Ulyanovsk region **BRITISH **COUNCIL Worksheet 1 / Shipwrecks Task 1. Make some sentences from the words this to the side to ge t back must came WOMaN Of the ship her with on be helped Which of the following adjectives children people were in lifeboat Look at the picture. Can you tell where the photograph is taken? Largest splendid comfortable great exciting nice unsinkable would you use to describe the picture? Task 2 Discussion. 1.In pairs, talk about the ship you like. - Are this words positive or negative? - Can you think of any more adjectives to discribe the picture? **BRITISH **COUNCIL Worksheet 2 / Shipwrecks You should say: Task 2 Discussion 1 Abramova Juliya Olegovna, an English teacher Mihailovka secondary school Terenga district Ulyanovsk region 1. In pairs, talk about ships you know. You should say: -What kind of ship you like and why? -What is a famous ship in Russia? 2. Discuss the following question with your partner: -What do you think about the ship Bulgariya? Task 3 Vocabulary Match the words to their definitions. Word 1.renowned 2.unsinkable 3. comfortable 4.countless 5. splendid Definition a.very many b. Differing luxury, wealth C.well known,or famous,usually for a positive reason d. Ability of a vessel to remain on water and to keep seaworthy qualities after flooding of one or several of its offices. e. Meeting all requirements of comfort **BRITISH **COUNCIL Worksheet 3 / Shipwrecks Task 4 You are going to read a text about Miss Evans, a passenger on the ship Titanic. 2 - Do you think Miss Evans knew that the ship was sinking? Abramova Juliya Olegovna, an English teacher Mihailovka secondary school Terenga district Ulyanovsk region Miss Evans One night in April 1912, a new ocean liner was crossing the Atlantic Ocean. It had set out two days before and was going to New York. It was the largest and fastest ship in the world called “Titanic”. The passengers were having a good time when the ship suddenly hit an iceberg. Everyone was told to come out of their rooms. Unfortunetly there were not enough lifeboats for all the passengers. There was not very much time left. The iceberg was in the side on the ship. It looked like a high white wall. A woman came to the side of the ship. Her two children were in one of the lifeboat, and she was afraid for them. “My children are in the lifeboard. I must go with them!” the woman called the people in the lifeboat. “There’s no more room,” someone called out. “If we nake one more, the lifeboart will sink.” There was a young woman in the lifeboat called Miss Evans. When she heard the woman calling, she stood up in the lifeboat and touched one of the man on the arm. “Let me get back to the ship,” she said. “This woman must be with their children.” “The ship is sinking. Very soon it will go under,” said the man. “I know it,” said Miss Evans. People helped her to get back on the ship. Very soon after that there was a great noise, and the “Titanic” went under. Task 5. Find the numbers bellow in the text. Write a sentences to say what they refer to. 1912 two one - Did any of these figures surprise you? **BRITISH **COUNCIL Worksheet 4 / Shipwrecks Text1 . As torrents of freezing water gushed onto the Titanic, its male passengers selflessly shepherded women and children to the few available lifeboats in what was 3 Abramova Juliya Olegovna, an English teacher Mihailovka secondary school Terenga district Ulyanovsk region described as a typically British act of chivalry. But although their gallantry was hailed as an example of a moral code shared by all mariners, a new study suggests the situation on board the Titanic, where female survivors outnumbered men three to one, was something of an exception.  Although convention dictates that men should step aside and put "women and children first", history shows that the male attitude is better summed up as "every man for himself". Crew members, who are supposed to put the passengers first, were the most likely to escape with their lives and only in nine cases did the captains go down with their ships. Text 2 In the old days when ships crossed the sea and oceans under sails, every trip was an adventure. In 1872 an American ship was crossing the Atlantic from New York to Portuga. It was in the middle of the Atlantic ocean when Captain Moorhouse saw another ship. It was the “Marie Celeste” which he had seen some week before when it was leaving New York. The captain of the “Marie Celeste”, Briggs, had taken his wife and his two-year-old daughter on the trip. Soon Captain Moorhouse saw that something was wrong on the “Marie Celeste”. He and his sailors could see that there was nobody on the “Marie Celeste”. There were no signs of a fight. Not a man who had left this ship was seen again. Captain Moorhouse and his man saw no signs of panic on the ship. Nobody knows the true story of the “Marie Celeste”. Text 1. male passengers selflessly shepherded the situation on board the Titanic convention dictates the male attitude is better summed up as likely to escape with their lives go down with their ships Text 2 A place an American ship wanted to reach Captain Moorhouse saw another ship The captain Brigs had taken on the trip signs of a fight signs of panic the true story of the “Marie Celeste” 4

Разработка урока с использованием ресурсов Британского совета

Разработка урока с использованием ресурсов Британского совета

Разработка урока с использованием ресурсов Британского совета

Разработка урока с использованием ресурсов Британского совета

Разработка урока с использованием ресурсов Британского совета

Разработка урока с использованием ресурсов Британского совета

Разработка урока с использованием ресурсов Британского совета

Разработка урока с использованием ресурсов Британского совета
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