Автор конспекта:
Автор(ы): — Savel'eva Elena Alekseevna

Место работы, должность: — СЩШ №п. Советский

Регион: — Республика Марий Эл

Характеристики урока (занятия) Уровень образования: — среднее (полное) общее образование

Целевая аудитория: — Учитель (преподаватель)

Класс(ы): — 10 класс

Предмет(ы): — Английский язык

Тип урока: — Урок обобщения и систематизации знаний

Учащихся в классе (аудитории): — 14

Краткое описание: — Aims: to summarize the material on the topic “A time to celebrate”. Objectives: to activate Ss’ vocabulary in dialogues and monologues; to practice Ss in listening and reading for details; to practice SS in writing; to revise “Subjunctive Mood after “wish”.

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Открытый урок по теме «Праздники» в 10 классе по учебнику «New Millennium 10» под редакцией О.Б.Гроза

“Parties and holidays”

Aims: to summarize the material on the topic “A time to celebrate”.

Objectives: to activate Ss’ vocabulary in dialogues and monologues;

to practice Ss in listening and reading for details;

to practice SS in writing;

to revise “Subjunctive Mood after “wish”.

Materials: a crossword, cards for questions, pictures of “Holi and Yuletide” and congratulation cards.

Lesson course

1. The beginning

1) Greeting

T: Good morning, students.

Ss: Good morning, dear teacher.

T: We have a lot of guests today. Don’t be confused about it, because you are enthusiastic about English, aren’t you? Ok. Today we’ll summarize the information about parties and holidays in different countries, we’ll listen to dialogues, arrange an interview with our guests, read the text according to our topic and of course we’ll have to revise “subjunctive mood”. If we have time we’ll solve the crossword. Let’s start.

2) Warm up

T: You are to arrange an interview with our guests asking them different questions about New Year. (Ss come up to the quests and ask them questions about New Year)

Approximate questions: Do you think it’s necessary to celebrate New Year? How do you celebrate this holiday in your family? What are the main symbols of New Year in Russia? Is New Year an important holiday in your life. Where and how do you celebrate it? Do you like to celebrate New Year?

f.e. S(1): I have asked Nina Alexeevna. She likes to celebrate New Year very much. It’s a traditional holiday in her family when they gathered all together at the table full of tasty things. They raise the glasses of champagne during the clock strikes, eat tasty food and the go to the square to have fun near the new year tree.

T: Thank you for interviewing, S(1).

2. The revision

T: Birthday is a very important part holiday for every person. Do you think it is a holiday or a tradition? And why?

S(1): I think it is a holiday because we don’t define ourselves, we just have fun on this day, we have a traditional way to light off the candles on the cake, for example, we just dance and sing with our friends and relatives.

T: S(2), when is your birthday?

S(2): My birthday is on the (date)of (month).

T: S(3), where and when were you born?

S(3): I was born on the… in…

T: Do you celebrate your birthday, S(4)?

S(4): S’s own answer.

T: And what about you, S(5)?

S(5): S’s own answer.

T: Whom do you usually invite for your birthday party, S(6)?

S(6): I usually invite my friends.

T: What is there on your birthday table?

S(6): There is always a big cake with candles, fruit…

T: You can talk about this holiday a lot, but what kinds of other parties do you know? Look on the board, the words given here will help you remember

(On the board: congratulation cards of a wedding party, an anniversary, a house –warming party, a name day.)

T: What can you say about an anniversary?

S(1): An anniversary is a happy event in person’s life because he/she can follow his/her life by doing the good things.

T: Would you mind telling me about a wedding party?

S(2): A wedding party is a party too where a lot of guests and friends and relatives are gathered and they wish happiness, wealth to a newly-married couple.

T: Who can describe a house-warming party?

S(3): A house –warming party is a positive event when people move to a new flat (house) or they get a new flat.

T: What does “ a name day” mean?

S(4): It’s a baby’s birth. In old times every church had its own Saint. And a baby born in that place had to be given the name of a definite Saint.

T: Thank you, students.

3. Reading

(on the board: “Pajama party “)

A) T: Have you ever heard about the “pajama party”? It’s an American party popular among teenagers. I suppose it will be interesting for you to have some information about it. Please, open your books at page 148, we’ll do Ex. 2. The text is “Birthday party.” Before reading, get acquaintance with the glossary. Read the words in chain. (Ss read the words)

B) And now your time is limited, you have only 3 minutes for reading. (Ss read the text)

C) Ss answer the questions concerning the text.

D) Grammar drill:

T: Say in English: Жаль, что у нас нет такой вечеринки. (I wish we had such a party)

Если бы я была на месте Дженни, я бы тоже провела такую вечеринку.

(If I were Jannie I would have the same party too)

4. Dialogues and monologues

a) T: We have spoken about the parties. The next part of our lesson is “holidays”. Can you name their main features

(Ss’ answers: fantastic colorful costumes; traditional food; jokes; decorations; drum music; dancing; singing; funny processions)

b) T: OK. You know about Christmas in England. But how is Christmas celebrated in Australia? Let’s listen to the dialogue ( 1 pair of Ss tells the dialogue)

c) Grammar drill:

T: Say in English: Жаль, что я не был в Австралии. (I wish I had been to Australia)

Как бы мне хотелось встретить Рождество в Австралии

(I wish I met Christmas in Australia)

d) T: I have information about Christmas in Spain. Listen to it then two of you will get cards for answering the questions.

“In Spanish-speaking countries Christmas is celebrated in the family circle. In every country there are traditional dishes cooked for Christmas supper. These are fried turkey and baked sea-fish. The last night of the year is called “old” in Spanish. When the clock strikes 12 you should swallow 12 grapes –one for each strike. If you manage to to do it, the New Year will bring you happiness. (2 students get cards to answer the questions)

Questions in the card: 1) How do the Spanish people celebrate Christmas?

2) What is the traditional food?

3) What is the symbol of happiness in Spain?

e) T: While 2 students answer the questions the rest of you will do the next task: at home you read the information about the exotic festival in western India “Holi”. What can you say about it? Look at the plan on the board:

Plan: 1) place of celebration;

2) history (according to the legend)

3) existance

Ss’ homework answer: Holi is a spring festival in western India and it is connected with the wheat harvest. It is celebrated on the full moon day of the Hindu month of Phalguna.

According to the legend there was a young prince Prahlada who defied his father by worshipping the god Vishnu. As a result, his father allowed him to be carried into the fire by the female demon, Holika, who claimed herself she was fireproof. Holika burnt to death by Vishnus’s intervention but Prahlada was unharmed.

This holiday is celebrated for 2 days. On the first day bonfires light and in the centre of the square the effigy of Holika is placed – they represent the triumph of virtue and religion over evil. On the second day of the festival people throw colored water and powder on each other. It is a time of good will; people pay or forgive debts, make up quarrels and wish each other good luck.

f) Grammar drill:

T: Say in English: Жаль, что я не был в Индии. (I wish I had been to India)

Если бы я была в Индии осенью, я бы поучаствовала в такой процессии.

(If I were to India in autumn I would participate in such procession)

g) T: In Russia we have the oldest traditional holiday –Maslenitsa. What are the other synonyms for this holiday?

Ss: Shrovetide, Yuletide.

T: What does Maslenitsa mean?

Ss: It means the end of winter and the beginning of spring when we can say “good bye” to winter.

T: When is it celebrated?

SS: It’s celebrated at the end of February and at the beginning of March and lasts for a week.

T: it’s a long-standing tradition in Russia, isn’t it? Try to prove it.

Ss: Yes, it is. In old times people usually cooked pancakes, had fires, burnt straw scarecrows of winter, they sang songs and danced

T: What is nowadays celebration like?

Ss: Nowadays people always cook pancakes. They invite their friends, their nearest and dearest and eat pancakes with caviar, sour cream, honey or butter.

5. Follow up: writing practice and listening comprehension.

T: Thank you for all your information about holidays. I think you have got the useful information from this lesson. We have a little time, let’s solve the crossword: I’ll read the explanations and you’ll write down the necessary words on the board.

1. A public enjoyment with eating, drinking dancing and procession. (carnival)

2. This bird looks like a dig chicken. (turkey)

3. (across) When it is carved, it is scary. When not it is tasty. (pumpkin)

4. There is a tradition to kiss under this plant. (mistletoe)

5. This holiday is celebrated in winter. (Christmas)

6. In this town one of the oldest universities is located. (Oxford)

7. (across) Its symbol is a rabbit. (Easter)

8. Notting Hill Carnival takes place here. (London)

3. (down) Children sometimes ask it when they want to leave the table. (permission)

7. (down) It is decorated at Easter. (egg)

6. The conclusion.

1) the results.

T: Your work is well done today. I’m delighted with it. Thank you very much. Your marks today are…


T: Prepare for the test, p.52-53

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