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информатики и английского языка в 10 В классе

ГОУ CОШ 1173,
Информатика – Татьяна Павловна Павлова
Английский язык – Зоя Алихановна Маркова

Тема урока «Мир увлечений»

Основные задачи:

1. Образовательная: Закрепление, обобщение материала на тему «Мир

увлечений», активизация словарного запаса по теме, актуализация навыка
монологической, диалогической речи и аудирования с пониманием
основной идеи прослушанного текста. Consolidation
2. Воспитательная: Воспитание умения критически мыслить и давать
самостоятельную оценку.
3. Развивающая: Учить умению работать с материалами Интернета и
извлекать информацию, необходимую для решения поставленной задачи,
пользоваться возможностями медиасредств, развивать коммуникативные
способности учащихся.

Технические средства: компьютер, медиапроектор, доска, магнитофон,

аудиозапись, лазерные диски.

I. Организационный момент

Подготовка к уроку, напоминание о том, что предстоит обсудить

на уроке.

Мир увлечений. Свободное время. Что мы можем об это сказать?

“ Good Morning, dear students and guests of our lesson!
Today we are going to demonstrate our possibility to discuss different hobbies,
listen to people talking about their way to spend free time and, finally, after
searching the Internet create a brief PowerPoint Presentation report about
leisure, free time.”

II. Разминка

Краткая презентация-напоминание на экране. «Мир увлечений»

1. Do you know where the word “Hobby” comes from?

Этимология слова «хобби».

2. What is Hobby? - Что такое хобби?
3. Collecting stamps – Филателия Philately
4. Building models – Конструирование моделей
5. Computing - Компьютер
6. Common kinds of hobbies – Традиционные хобби

III. Основной этап

1. Учащиеся по очереди рассказывают о своих увлечениях. Этот материал

уже вводился на предыдущем уроке и на данном этапе необходимо
отработать и закрепить приобретенные навыки устной речи по данному

Итак, мы можем говорить о наших увлечениях; еще одна задача:

2. Учащимся предлагается прослушать аудиозапись.
После прослушивания учащиеся должны ответить на поставленные
вопросы (в раздаточном материале):

We continue discussing topic “Killing time” and I offer to listen to a very

interesting dialogue of Exercise 1 on page 28

Учащиеся прослушивают запись на лазерном диске и выполняют

задание, изложенное в раздаточном материале.

Контроль прослушивания

3. Следующий этап – вход в Интернет.

1) Вход в Интернет, учащиеся получают электронные адреса и, войдя в

Интернет, решают поставленные перед ними задачи, как-то: «Spare time –
Leisure time – Pastime», найти в Интернете эту информацию, ознакомиться
с ней, понять ее настолько, чтобы ответить на направляющие вопросы.
Создать сообщение на заданную тему, около 60 слов, вступление –
основная часть - заключение, используя слова – коннекторы: as far as we
know, in our opinion, to our mind, fortunately, unexpectedly и т.п. Этот
мини – проект должен содержать информацию на английском и русском
языке, и быть выполненным в Power Point.

Вопросы, направляющие проект:

Основополагающий вопрос: “Free Time, Leisure, Spare Time,

Pastime – is it important?”

Проблемный вопрос: “Are work and recreation distinct?”

Учебный вопрос: What kinds of hobbies are there? Passive and

active leisure, which is more popular? Does leisure stimulate the

Team 1 – Personal life

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Personal_life The way in which individuals make
use of their spare time also plays an important role in defining their personal
lives. In general, leisure activities can be categorised as either passive, in cases
when no real effort is required, or active, when substantial physical or mental
energy is needed.
Passive activities include watching television, listening to music, watching
sports activities or going to the cinema. The individual simply relaxes without
any special effort.
Active activities may be more or less intensive ranging from walking, through
jogging and cycling to sports such as tennis or football. Playing chess or
undertaking creative writing might also be considered as demanding as these
require a fair amount of mental effort. Based on 2007 data, a U.S. survey on use
of leisure time found that the daily use of leisure time by individuals over 15
averaged 4.9 hours. Of this, more than half (2.6 hours) was spent on watching
TV while only 19 minutes was spent on active participation in sports and
In modern times, many people have come to think of their personal lives as
separate from their work (see also Marx's theory of alienation). Work and
recreation are distinct; one is either on the job or not, and the transition is
abrupt. Employees have certain hours they are bound to work, and work during
recreational time is rare. This may be related to the continuing specialization of
jobs and the demand for increased efficiency, both at work and at home. The
common phrase "Work hard, play hard" illustrates this mindset. There is a
growing trend, however, toward living more holistically and minimizing such
rigid distinctions between work and play, in order to achieve the right work-life

Team 2 – Leisure

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Leisure Leisure or free time, is a period of time

spent out of work and essential domestic activity. It is also the period of
recreational and discretionary time before or after compulsory activities such as
eating and sleeping, going to work or running a business, attending school and
doing homework, household chores, and day-to-day stress. The distinction
between leisure and compulsory activities is loosely applied, i.e. people
sometimes do work-oriented tasks for pleasure as well as for long-term utility.
Leisure studies is the academic discipline concerned with the study and analysis
of leisure. People who work indoors and spend most of their time sitting and
doing sedentary office work can add physical activity to their lives by doing
sports during their leisure time, such as playing a ball game, going camping,
hiking or fishing. On the other hand, people whose jobs involve a lot of
physical activity may prefer to spend their free time doing quiet, relaxing
activities, such as reading books or magazines or watching TV .

Some people find that collecting stamps, postcards, badges, model cars, planes
or ships, bottles, or antiques are relaxing hobbies.
Free time is organized in many schools and institutions. Schools may offer
many extracurricular activities including hobby groups, sports activities, and
choirs. Other institutions such as retirement homes and hospitals also offer
activities such as clubs and meetings for playing games or simply organized
periods for conversation. Most people enjoy socializing with friends for dinner
or a drink after a hard day at work. For many young
people, having a regular night out a week is a normal part of their free time,
whether it is joining friends for a drink in a pub, dining out in a restaurant,
watching a film, playing video games or dancing at a club. Some people do
leisure activities that also have a longer-term goal . In some cases, people do a
leisure activity that they hope to turn into a full-time activity (e.g., volunteer
paramedics who hope to eventually become professional paramedics). Many
people also study part-time in evening university or college courses, both for
the love of learning, and to help their career prospects.

Team 3 – Cultural Differences

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Leisure Time for leisure varies from one society to

the next, although anthropologists have found that hunter-gatherers tend to have
significantly more leisure time than people in more complex societies. As a
result, band societies such as the Shoshone of the Great Basin came across as
extraordinarily lazy to European colonialists.[4] Capitalist societies often view
active leisure activities positively, because active leisure activities require the
purchase of equipment and services, which stimulates the economy. Capitalist
societies often accord greater status to members who have more wealth. One of
the ways that wealthy people can choose to spend their money is by having
additional leisure time. Workaholics are those who work compulsively at the
expense of other activities. They prefer to work rather than spend time
socializing and engaging in other leisure activities. Many see this as a necessary
sacrifice to attain high-ranking corporate positions. Increasing attention,
however, is being paid to the effects of such imbalance upon the worker and the
2) Каждая команда анализирует полученную информацию и составляет
небольшое двуязычное иллюстрированное сообщение-презентацию,
которое команды представят классу, во время работы в Интернете
ребята могут пользоваться электронным словарем.

3) Команды представляют свои работы, каждый член команды

выполняет определенную функцию: учащийся за компьютером –
ведущий на английском языке – ведущий на русском языке.

IV. Заключительный этап

1) Жюри подводит итог работе команд.

Места среди команд распределились следующим образом:

(And prizes go to)

2) Ребятам предстоит дать краткий анализ своей работы на уроке

3) Они заполняют опросный лист.

4) Домашнее задание: Повторение пройденного и продолжение

работы с презентациями, начатой на уроке: анимация, редактирование
и размещение текста.

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