Интерактивный урок в 8 классе коррекционной школы для детей с ОВЗ «Russia. Moscow. Russian People»

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«Специальная (коррекционная) общеобразовательная школа № 36 III-IV видов»

ул. Бажова,28, г. Озерск Челябинской области

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Интерактивный урок в 8 классе коррекционной школы для детей с ОВЗ

«Russia. Moscow. Russian People»

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$Выполнил: Белоусова Елена Алексеевна,

учитель английского языка

МБОУ СКОШ №36

г. Озёрск

Челябинской области

2014

Russia. Moscow. Russian People.

Образовательная цель: повторение устной темы “Москва” и всей пройденной лексики по данной теме;

Развивающая цель: развивать умения и навыки устной монологической и диалогической речи, тренировать в употреблении пройденных лексических единиц по теме, тренировать в письме, аудировании,$ в ответах на вопросы;

Воспитательная цель: воспитывать любовь к Родине, к родному краю.

Оборудование: плакат о Москве, карта России, книги о Москве, программа пресс-конференции, тест, диск с записью гимна России, медиапроектор, экран.

Ход урока:

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  1. Организационный момент. Приветствие.

  2. Тема. Цель.

The theme of our lesson is Russia. Moscow. Russian People.

The aim of our lesson is to show our knowledge abo$ut Russia, Moscow, Russian people and to know new facts about the capital.

  1. Рапорт дежурного.

  • Who is on duty today?

  • What date is it today?

  • What day of the week is it today?

  • What can you say about the weather today?

  • Who is absent today and why?

  • Are you ready for the lesson? – And you?

4.Фонетическая зарядка.

t – capital, centre, tour, beautiful, tower, TV tower; $

r – central, street, great, gallery, Kremlin, Red Square;

 – theatre, theatres, think, I think;

  1. Речевая зарядка.

Answer my questions, please!

  • Are you from Britain?

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  • Where are you from?

  • What is the official name of our country?

  • Where is Russia situated? ( you can see the map of Russia on your $desks)

  • Who founded Moscow and when?

  • What city became the capital of Russia in the 18th century?

  • Who moved the capital of Russia to a new city?

  • What proverbs about home do you know? (My home is my castle. There is no place like home. East or West home is best.) Yes, there is no place like our Russia, Moscow. We love them and we are proud of them.

  • How can you characterize Russian people? (open, friendly, sympathetic, patriots of their country);

  • How can you characterize the British? (practical, realistic, tea drinkers, conservative, countrymen at heart)

We know a wonderful poem which is named “Home on the Range” by Daniel E. Kelly. Tell us this poem, please! (2 pupils).

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  1. Аудирование.

Let’s guess the puzzle, please!

  • There are many monuments, theatres, libraries in Moscow. What kind of a centre is Moscow? (cultural)

  • When you want to see beautiful pictures you may go to this place. How is it named? (gallery)

  • There is a government in Moscow. What kind of a centre is Moscow? (political)

  • There are many factories in Moscow. What kind of a centre is Moscow? (industrial)

  • Moscow is washed by five seas. Many trains and plains come to Moscow. What kind of a centre is Moscow? (transport)

  • I like to go there very much because I can see a very interesting play there. Many actor$s and actresses play there. What is it?

  • It is a very high fine house. It’s very beautiful. What is it?

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  • What is the central word of the puzzle? (capital)

  1. Диалог.

Now we shall listen to the dialogue between two girls. I think it will be interesting for you.

  • Hello!

  • Hi!

  • Where are you from?

  • I’m from Russia. What about you?

  • I’m from Britain.

  • Have you ever been to Russia?

  • Oh, no, but I’d like to go there some day. What’s the capital of your country?

  • Moscow. It’s the most beautiful city in the world.

  • When was it founded?

  • It was founded in 1147 by Prince Yuri Dolgoruky.

  • What is the heart of Moscow?

  • The heart of Moscow is Kremlin. It is the oldest historical and architectural centre of Moscow where you can see old Cathedrals, the Bell Tower of Ivan the Great, the Palace of Congresses, the Tzar-Cannon and the Tzar-Bell.

  • What is your favourite plac$e in Moscow?

  • Red Square is.

  • Why?

  • There are many monuments there. The monument to Minin and Pozharsky, St. Basil’s Cathedral are in Red Square. Come to our country and visit Moscow!

  • Thank you. With pleasure!

8. Пресс-конференция.

Today you will be the participants of Press-Conference. Kirill Berezin will be the chairman of the conference. Nikita Matveev will be the operator. Styopa Volodchenkov will be the photographer. You are welcome! (There are programmes of the conference on children’s desks)

The chairman:

Dear friends! It has become an important tradition to meet at the Congress every year. We can learn a lot about the countries we are from, about traditions of our countries. Today we shall speak about Russia and its capital. It is my honour and duty to declare our press-conference open. I think we should create a friendly atmosphere. Let’s begin!

Reporters:

  • Russia is my country. It is the biggest country in the world. $Russia is situated on the two continents: Europe and Asia. The Ural mountains form a natural border between the continents. Russia is a very rich country. There are many mountains, rivers, lakes and forests$ in my country, some of them are very beautiful. (слайды 1, 2)

  • The capital of Russia is Moscow. It is a big ancient city. It is one of the biggest and the most beautiful cities in the world. Across Moscow flows the Moskva-river. Moscow was founded in 1147 by the Prince Yuri Dolgoruky. Our capital has a very ancient and interesting history. More than once it has been ruined and restored. Now it is a huge European city. (слайды 3,4)

  • Red Square is the heart of our capital. It is the oldest and the most beautiful square in the city. People from all parts of the world come here. They see the Kremlin with its famous monuments and museums. On the territory of the Kremlin you can see old Cathedrals, the Bell Tower of Ivan the Great, the Palace of Congresses, the Tzar-Cannon, the Tzar-Bell. Red Square is famous for St.Basil’s Cathedral and the monument to Minin and Pozharsky. This monument was built in 1818 in memory of the liberation of the Russian land from foreign invaders. (слайд 5)

  • Moscow is the cultural centre of Russia. There are more than 80 museums in Moscow. The largest museums are the Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts and the State Tretyakov Gallery. The most famous opera and ballet theatre in Moscow is the Bolshoi Theatre. It was opened in 1825. It stages classical and modern operas and ballets. It is situated in a splendid buildi$ng not far from Red Square. It is also famous because many historical events took place in this building. (слайд 6)

  • The Exhibition of Economic Achievements is situated far from the centre of the city. There you can see a lot of things made in Russia. (слайд 7)

  • Moscow is the city of students. There are over 80 higher educational institutions in it, including several univ$ersities. On Vorobyovy Hills is situated the largest university of Russia. It was named after Mikhail Lomonosov, the outstanding scientist of the 18th century. It is a very high building. From the top of the Moscow university you can have a splendid view on Moscow. Many students from different cities of Russia and from other countries study in this university.(слайд 8)

  • Many great people lived in Moscow such as Pushkin, Turgenev, Esenin, Lomonosov and others. In Tverskaya Street in Moscow you can see monuments to Yuri Dolgoruky, Alexander Pushkin, Vladimir Mayakovsky.(слайды 9, 10, 11, 12)

  • Here is the monument to the great poet of Russia – Alexander Pushkin.(слайд 13) He was born in Moscow. He wrote many poems. He was the creator of the modern Russian literary and poetic language. Fyodor Tyutchev wrote about Pushkin:

Like one’s first love, in Russia’s heart

You’ll live to be forgotten never!

Russian people have always loved their country, though life in Russia has never been easy. Russian people have always been devoted to their Motherland, fighting for peace and independence against enemies. We love our country and Moscow very much!

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The chairman: Ask your questions to the reporters! (children ask questions). Our conference is over. Thank you for the work!

Listen to the anthem of Russia! (звучит гимн России, дети слушают стоя).

9.Тест.

Now you will do a very interesting test. Your task is to circle the right answer.

Test (Russia. Moscow. Ozersk.)

1. Russia has an … as its symbol.

a) eagle b) dog c) camel

2. The national flag of Russia is made up of … lines.

a) green, blue and red b) white, blue and red c) yellow, blue and red

3. The symbol of lifegiving food is …

a) bread and butter b) bread and milk c) bread and salt

4. The capital of Russia is …

a) St. Petersburg b) Kazan c) Moscow

5. The heart of Moscow is …

a) Kremlin b) Bolshoi Theatr$e c) Pushkin Museum

6. Who founded Moscow?

a) Dmitry Donskoy b) Yuri Dolgoruky c) Peter the Great

7. The President of Russia is …

a) Putin b) Medvedev c) Zhirinovsky

8. The symbol of Ozersk is …

a) camel b) lizard c) elephant

10. Беседа.

  • Do you like our conference?

  • Have you ever been to Moscow?

  • Who has been to Moscow?

  • How did you travel there?

  • What did you see in Moscow?

As for me I visited Moscow with my parents when I was twelve. I was in the fifth form the$n. Moscow is a very beautiful city. I saw many historical and modern places there but most of all I liked Red Square. Moscow impressed me very much. I’d like to go to Moscow once more. What about you?

11. Итог.

Thank you very much. Our lesson is over. Your marks are excellent today. I’m sure that Moscow will be in your heart all your life.

12. Запись домашнего задания.

Ответы на вопросы теста:

  1. a

  2. b

  3. c

  4. c

  5. a

  6. b

  7. a

  8. b

Список использова$нной литературы:

  1. F.M.Rozhkova, S.V.Rusanova “Let’s Walk and Talk About Moscow”;

  2. Журнал «Иностранные языки в школе». №2, 1999г., с.24-26.

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