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Учебник «Английский в фокусе» для 8 класса  (“Spotlight”), авторы  Ю. Е. Ваулина, О. Е. Подоляко, Д. Дули, В. Эванс. “Просвещение”, 2009

 

Цели урока: 

- развитие умения самостоятельной работы на уроке;

- формирование лексических навыков и умений в процессе самостоятельной работы над темой;

- совершенствование навыков поискового чтения и чтения с полным пониманием прочитанного;

 - развитие навыков языковой догадки и умения пользоваться изученной лексикой

 

Оборудование: компьютер, компьютерные тесты, разноуровневые карточки, карта достижений.

 

 

Этап урока

Время

Деятельность учителя

Деятельность учащихся

1

Организаци

онный момент.

Целеполага

ние

2 мину

ты

Знакомит с темой урока и целью

Ставят себе цель ответить на вопросы, выполнить упражнения, достичь той отметки, которую желают получить за урок

2

Знакомство с лексикой, работа над компьютерными тестами (№1-4 – на “5”, №1-3- на “4”, №1-2-  на “3”

5 + 15 минут

 Помогает включиться в работу на компьютере, объясняет, если возникнут вопросы по процедуре выполнения теста

 

Выполняют компьютерные тесты

3

Самостоятель

ное чтение

текста “Obento, tasty tradition ”. Работа с разноуровне

выми карточками

Card C-на«5»,Card В-на «4»Card A –на «3»)

5+15

  Раздает тексто-

вой материал и карточки по вариантам. Оказывает индивидуальную помощь, проверяет задания.

 Знакомятся с текстом, выполняют задания по карточкам. Отмечают свои достижения на карте

3

Рефлексия

2 мину

ты

Подводит итог, анализирует таблицу

Сравнивают результат таблицы с предполагаемым результатом

4

Индивидуаль

ное домашнее задание

1 мину

та

 

Желающие записывают задание

 

 

Ход урока

I.Организационный момент. Целеполагание.

 

Teacher: Today we are going to know more about food different ways of cooking food. At the lesson you will read the text “ Obento,  a tasty tradition” and learn some  new words on this topic. Besides, you will come across  the vocabulary that you can use while speaking about Japanese traditional meals.

The first  task is to study the vocabulary in the textbook (Page WL 4).

          If you want to get a “5” you are to do Tasks 1-2

          If you want to get a “4” you are to do Tasks 1-3

          If you want to get a “3” you are to do Tasks 1-4

          You will have 15 minutes to work.

 

The second task is to read the text and do the tasks in cards A,B,C

          If you want to get a “5” you are to work with Card A.

          If you want to get a “4” you are to work with Card B.

          If you want to get a “3” you are to work with Card C.

          You will have 15 minutes to do the tasks. Don’t forget to register your    achievements in the chart. Good luck!

 

 

Teacher:  Please, study the words  at Page WL 4.

 

Task 1. Tick the appropriate boxes to show possible ways of cooking the product

 

 

Fish

chicken

eggs

meat

vegetables

rice

potatoes

Grilled

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mashed

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Fried

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Baked

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Roast

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Boiled

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Poached

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Steamed

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scrambled

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

pickled

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Task 2. Circle the odd word out.

            sauce: creamy - fried - spicy - rich

            diet: appealing - healthy - poor - balanced

            salad: side - green - end – fruit

 

 meat: undercooked - raw - overcooked – rich

            weight: miss - gain - put on - lose

            chocolate: white - dark - heavy – milk

            food: frozen - quick - junk - fast

            meal: four-course - light - easy - home-cooked

 

Task 3. Match the words in the columns and then use the phrases in the correct form to complete the sentences below.

 

1fussy                             a) pride in

2 head                             b) tradition

3 take                              c) eater

4 food                             d) for

 

1. As Jenny...................................................... the school canteen to have her lunch, she remembered she had some crisps and some biscuits in her bag.

2.  Liam .............................................................        his cooking. He thinks he's one of the best cooks in the city!

3. A lot of young children don't like many types of food. They are ……………

4. Sushi is one of the oldest .....................................        in Japan.

Task4. Fill in: appealing, nourishing, lunchtime, packed, nursery, portions, basically.

1.This restaurant serves very small.................. I'm always hungry after I leave here!

2.Babies drink a lot of milk as it's very ….. for them and helps them to grow up strong and  healthy.

3.Patty likes sharing her food with the other little children at the……       school.

4. Traditional Spanish tortilla, which is……a thick potato omelette, is very popular in Spain.

5. Could we meet at.............................. ?

6. Not  only   should   obentos   be   nourishing   and healthy, they should also look…

7. Peter doesn't like the food that they serve at his school canteen so he always brings a……..lunch from home.

 

Obento, a tasty tradition

It’s lunchtime at school and you're heading for the canteen, but what will you have to eat? Will you have a sandwich and an apple, or maybe a hot meal?  Things are a little different in Japan. Children open their lunchboxes to find rice shaped   like footballs, eggs that look like rabbits or flower-shaped carrots   all packed up in an obento!

 

An obento, or bento, is one of the oldest food traditions in Japan. Basically, it is lunch served in a box. Obento boxes have been part of the Japanese society since the 5th century when people used to take a packed lunch with them to work. Bentos have become very popular since then and you can buy them almost anywhere nowadays at theatres, airports and even at train stations. An obento usually consists of four parts rice, three parts meat or fish (fried or grilled), two parts vegetables (pickled, boiled or steamed) and one part fruit. It should be nourishing and healthy, but it must be appealing too. You often see food shaped like flowers, animals and sometimes even cartoon characters! Mothers take great pride in creating "school-bentos" for their children.

Nursery schools have established regulations for obento. Food should be easy to eat with chopsticks or the fingers, portions should be small and it should  be pleasing to the eye. It should also include food that the child would not normally eat so that they won't become a fussy eater.

 

The Japanese have always looked upon the mother as one of the main influences of a child's success. Taking time to prepare their children's food shows their love for them.

And what happens  if a Japanese  mum runs out of ideas? There are almost 400 magazines available to get inspired.

 

V. Работа с разноуровневыми карточками.

 

Card A

Task 1. Read the text and complete the sentences.

1.An “Obento” is…

 

 

Task 2. Tell your partner three things you found interesting about obentos. Is it healthy food? Give reasons.

Card B

Task1.Read the text  and complete the sentences.

1.An “Obento” is…

 

Task  2. Tell your partner three things you found interesting about obentos. Is it healthy food? Give reasons.

 

Task 3.Think of a traditional dish in your country and answer the questions.

1. What is it called?

2.What is it made from? {meat, potatoes, etc)

3.How do you cook it? (bake, boil, etc)

4.What does it taste like? (delicious, spicy, etc)

 

Card C

Task 1.Read the text  and complete the sentences.

1.An “Obento” is…

2.Its origin goes back to…

  3.You can buy an obento...... ….        |

4.To make obento you need..... …

   5.It is important that obentos look…

6.Obento portions for nursery schools   should  be…

 

Task  2. Tell your partner three things you found interesting about obentos. Is it healthy food? Give reasons.

 

Task 3.Think of a traditional dish in your country and answer the questions.

1. What is it called?

2.What is it made from? {meat, potatoes, etc)

3.How do you cook it? (bake, boil, etc)

4.What does it taste like? (delicious, spicy, etc)

 

Task 4. Use your answers to write a short e-mail to your English  penfriend  about  the dish (95-80 words). Begin as in the model:

To:

Dear Matt,

I hope you are well. In your last e-mail you asked me about a traditional dish in my country…

 

 

Teacher: You have done much hard work at the lesson and have learnt many new things. Let’s look at the register and analyze our achievements: 4 students have reached Level C, 7 students-Level B and 4 students have done their best.  So you see that still there is much to be done. I thank you for the lesson and wish you every success in your studies.

 

Teacher: You can read the text again and make a plan. We will continue our work with it at the next lessons.

 

МОУ «Татарская гимназия № 2 имени Ш. Марджани»  г. Казани

Гараева Налия Наримановна

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