Класс: 10 «Б»
Предмет: английский язык
Учитель: Искакова А.А.
Тема: «Eating habits»
Цель: Обучающая- к онцу урока учащиеся будут готовы к составлению путеводителя по здоровому питанию; совершенствование речевых компетентостей, развитие навыков чтения.
Воспитывающая-создать условия для формирования здорового отношения к здоровью, развивать умение работать в группе, воспитывать чувство уважения к мнению друг друга.
Развивающая- развитие способности осуществлять речевые действия; развивать навыки интерактивного чтения, умения делать выводы.
-Закрепить и активизировать изученные лексические единицы и граматические структуры в чтении и устной речи.;
-Проверить выполнение мини-проектов по теме
-Провести контроль знаний изученного лексики.
Интерактивная доска, раздаточный материал, учебник «English», (Т.Аяпова)
Технология: критическое мышление через стратегию «Fishbone»
Этапы урока Установка учителя Деятельность учащихся режим время
этап 1) greeting 1)Students say to each other smith pleasant Фронт. 1 мин
Актуализация имеющихся знания Look at this cluster. What factors influence on our health?
1) involving of students to set the aim of the lesson
2) what is the topic of our lesson? Fill in the cluster
Фронт. 2 мин
а) словарная работа Cards Give the definitions of the words Фронт. 3 мин
(д\З) Проверка домашнего задания Уч-ся представляют мини проекты по питанию Груп. 15мин
Речевая зарядка 1) Do you have lunch at school?
2) What do you buy and eat at school canteen?
3) What is your habit of eating? Фронтальное высказывание уч-ся Фронт. 5 мин
Осмысление Проблемный вопрос
Do you usually keep your balanced diet?
(стратегия «fishbone») Reasons
8223259525082232528575698500952506985002857556515095250 Груп. 5 мин
Чтение Read the text about school dinners in British schools and do exercises to check your understanding Students read the text on sheets of papers Груп. 5 мин
Speaking Food pyramid is shown
The question for discussion Индив. 3 мин
Рефлексия And now the time is for reflection! Please make up in groups your recommendations or rules in healthy eating and habits. On sheets of papers students make up and present their recommendations Груп.. 3 мин
Подведение итогов урока Оценки уч-ся :
How is your mood?
Show me the smiling? Ученики показывают свое настроение через смайлики Индив. 2 мин
Д\З Review vocabulary on the topic Write the home work Индив. 1 мин
Fill in the cluster
The questions for discussion:
What foods contain carbohydrates?
What are the five basic types of blood a person should eat?
What does dairy build in our body?
Why are fruits and vegetables important for our health?
What do you usually eat for breakfast?
What do you usually have for dinner?
What groups are the foods form?
What do you usually eat for supper/
What groups are the foods from?
What snacks are healthy for you to eat?
What is junk food? Give some examples.
Is it healthy to skip meals?
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