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урока английского языка
в 8 классе
учителя английского языка МАОУ лицея № 29 г.Тамбова
Тамбов, 20013 г.
LISTENING & SPEAKING COMPREHENSION
Prepared by Golovko Olga, Tambov lyceum N 29
Skills: Speaking, listening
Language focus: “Danger” vocabulary development, Present Tenses
Combines with: Opportunities by Michael Harris
Module 1 “Adventure”
Approximate time: 45 minutes
Materials: 1. Smart Board : a set of pictures on the topic – extreme sports and danger
2. handouts as described below
3. a computer
LL /possible answers/: “Environmental pollution, fires, transport accidents, extreme sports carry risk because they cause people’s sufferings, illnesses, death and a lot of destruction.”
T-LL: “You are right. I think all these things are worth discussing and you’ll do it in groups, the pictures will help you. You have 5 minutes.”
T-LL:” Listen to each other and add the information.”
2.1 T –LL: “Different people have different attitude to risky activities and to risk takers. Are you negative or positive about risk taking? Do you understand those who like risky activities? Why do people take risk, in your opinion?”
2.2 LL/possible answers/:”As for me I’m negative about risk taking and I don’t understand those who like risky activities.
And I think that risky activities and extreme sports make our life more interesting. To my mind people do risky activities and extreme sports to satisfy their curiosity, to get adrenaline up high and to acquire self-confidence.”
3.1 T-LL:”Listen to some people speaking about their attitude to risky activities and
a) fill in the chart/ in groups/
b) answer the questions/ in pairs/
Are people negative or positive about risk taking? Why?”
LL/possible answers/: “In general all speakers are rather negative about risk taking. They have never done any risky activities in their lives. But they try to understand those who like risky activities.”
4.1 T-LL: “And what kind of person are you? Have you ever done any risky activities in your life?”
LL:/possible answers/: “I’m for safety. I’m rather curious and I like to try different risky activities for thrill and excitement.”
4.2 T-LL: “Judging by your answers, some of you are for safety, and the others prefer risky activities to safety. Those who are for safety are in the first group, the supporters of risky activities and extreme sports form the second group.”
4.3 Generating ideas
T asks students to exchange the ideas on the topic “How dangerous is your life?” to prepare for the project.
We do a lot of things in our life even when we know they are dangerous.
Home task: Write your projects at home.