Розробка уроку для 7-го класу “Шотландія. Роберт Бернс”
вчитель вищої категорії, вчитель-методист, вчитель гімназії “Ерудит” Котовська А.А.
Цілі навчання: Практична мета: а) навчити учнів вести діалог-розпит в ситуації “Що ти знаєш про Шотландію?” Освітня мета: б) поглибити знання учнів про творчість Р. Бернса Розвивальна мета: в) розвивати культуру спілкування Виховна мета: г) виховувати повагу до традицій народу Шотландії картинки, підручник, мультимедійна дошка. Застосовано: Хід уроку 1. Бесіда з класом. 2. Бесіда про погоду взимку. T. Will you tell me some words about the weather in winter. P1. I think after long autumn months you can find yourself in a real winter tale. P2. You are right. Early in the morning you can see even hoarfrost. P3. I agree with you. Just now I remember winter poems such as “Snow, snow all around on the trees and on the ground. Who can stay at home today. One and all – come out to play!” P4. Right you are. By the way, I know the other poem: This is the season When mornings are dark When birds do not sing In the woods and the parks P5. As for me, I know this poem. Listen, please. This is the season When children ski And Father Frost Brings the New Year Tree. P6. Quite right you are, friends. Beally, Father Frost – is a master of today’s weather. The temperature is 25 degrees below zero. P7. Well but the weather is changeable. Only a week ago it was a real spring, sunny and warm and now it is frosty and snowy. P8. I agree with you. But the weather doesn’t have bad weather. And only in winter children can skate, ski, sledge, play snowballs and make a snowman. Let’s hope for the best. 3. Бесіда з класом по темі. Діалогічні мовлення учнів. A. Hello, Kate! B. Hello, Ann! A. I haven’t seen you for ages. Where have you been? B. You know Ann, I have just come from Scotland. A lot of impressions, I must say.
A. Oh I dream about this trip. Will you tell me some words about this country. B. With pleasure. You know that Scotland is a country in the United Kingdom to the north of England. Its symbol is a thistle, its patron saint is st. Andrew. We have been to Edinburgh – the capital of Scotland. Glasgow and Edinburgh are two great cities of Scotland. A. What hystorical places impress you most of all? B. Edinburgh is devided into 2 parts the Old Town and the New Town. The Old Town lies between the castle and Holyrood Places. The castle is really magic. A. What monuments have you seen there? B. One of the best known monuments is a monument to a dog called Bobby. The dog belonged to John Gray. When he died Bobby lived near his grave for twenty-six years and was buried near his master. A. It is a read symbol of devotion. B. You see, I can tell you for hours, but they say that it is better once to see that hundred to hear. A. Thank you Kate. I am sure I’ll go there soon. I’ve been as in a tale during your story. Good-luck. B. Good-luck. 4. Монологічні мовлення учнів по темі. T. Well my dear children, now I’d like to listen to your story about Robert Burns – one of the greatest Scotland’s poets Robert Burns Robert Burns, Scotland’s national poet was born on January 25,1759 in Scotland. His father William Burns was a poor farmer. Robert was the eldest of seven children. His father William was a kind person who loved and understood people. So Robert learned to love and respect people from his father. His mother had a beautiful voice and often sang songs and told many folk-tales to her children. Robert remembered mother’s songs all his life. Burns’s mother died in 1820. She lived long and enjoyed the fame of her poet son. Robert liked reading books. His favourite writer was Shakespeare. At the age of 15 he started to write poems. He wrote about people, about everyday’s life. The heroes of his mother’s stories became the heroes of his poems. One of his famous and best known poems is “My Heart’s in the Highlands”. 5. T. Thank you for your very interesting story about Robert Burns. Now who would like to tell us this poem “My Heart’s in the Highlands”? (Учні по черзі розповідають вірші з перекладом). My Heart’s in the Highlands My Heart’s in the Highlands, my heart is not here, My heart’s in the Highlands, a – chasing the deer. A – chasing the wild deer and following the roe, My heart’s in the Highlands, wherever I go.
II. Farewell to the Highlands, farewell to the North, The birthplace of valour, the country of worth! Wherever I wander wherever I rove, The hills of the Highlands for ever I love. III. Farewell to the mountains high covered with snow, Farewell to the straths and green valleys below, Farewell to the forests and wild-hanging woods, Farewell to the torrents and long-pouring floods. IV. My Heart’s in the Highlands, my heart is not here, My heart’s in the Highlands, a chasing the deer. A – chasing the wild deer and following the roe, My heart’s in the Highlands, wherever I go. 6. Висновки уроку. T. Thank you my dear children! Today we have learnt a lot about Scotland – one the most beautiful countries in the world with its severe nature, nice cities and outstanding poets. We have learnt about its hystorical places and people who live in this country.