Lifestyles. A perfect day — английский язык, уроки


Брыцина Ольга Евгеньевна МОУ СОШ №5, г.Ртищево
Разработка урока для 7 класса
Topic: Lifestyles. A perfect day
Objectives:
To present and practice the vocabulary related to television;
To develop student’s reading skills
To develop speaking skill of students through methods of interactive activity (pair work, group work)
Warm up
Questionnaire
Never or always
Answer the questions: If your answer is never, your mark is 1; if you say sometimes -2 ; often-3; always-4
Do you get up early in the morning and make a terrible noise when somebody in your family wants to sleep?
Do you shout : «Mamma, where are my clean socks?»
Do you wet your toothbrush to make your mother think that you have clean your teeth?
Do you wash your hands badly and then wipe off the dirt on the clean towel?
Do you throw your coat on a chair and «forget» to hang it up?
Do you bring home a pussy and then want other to look after it?
Do you say of a new dish «I don’t like that» before you have tasted it?
Do you forget to say «please» when you ask for something and «thank you» when you get it?
Do you forget to say « Good morning» or «good night» to your parents, brothers or sisters? What mark did you put down?
Do you say «Let me finish the computer game» when your mother tells you it’s time to go to bed?
Do you take a pieces of clocks, the radio, the calculator and….well? Many other things and then «forget » to put them together?
Do you say «I don’t want any porridge or vegetables, I’m not hungry», and then ask for something very tasty?
Do you forget to wipe your feet when you come in from the street?
Do you promise to be at home at 7,8,9,10, and always from half an hour to an hour lane?
If the score is 14-27 –you are good!
If the score is 28-35 –you are not bad!
If the score is 36-43 –danger is near!
If the score is 44-50 –I’m sorry for your parents (and for you too)!
Introducing the topic
Vocabulary
The students give the definition of the following TV programs and films:
TV programmes:sports programmes, plays, the news, soap operas, documentaries, quizzes, game shows, children’s programme.
Films: cartoons, dubbed film, feature film, adventure, comedy, historical, romance, crime.
Match these classic Hollywood films with the descriptions.
Casablanca a) A science fiction film with lots of
space battles
2. Jaws b) A romance on a ship with Kate
Winslet and Leo Di Caprio 3. Back to the future c) Michael J.Fox travels in time in
this comic sci-fi film
4. Titanic d) A historical film set in Scotland
with Mel Gibson
5. Braveheart e) Bogard and Bergman in love in
Morocco during the World War II
6. Star wars f) In this thriller everybody is afraid
of a big fish
Reading
Pre-reading task
Looking at the title of the text try to predict what this text is about .(The text based on a real person from Edinburgh). What kind of lifestyles do you think this man has?
A COUCH POTATO
Forty-three-year-old Brian Blakey from Birmingham is sitting on his sofa and telling me the story about his perfect day.
When I wake up I don’t get up immediately. I turn on the television and watch the children’s programmes and old movies until about half pest ten. Then I get up, go downstairs and switch on the telly. For lunch, I have biscuits and a glass of milk, and I watch the news. In the afternoon, I often watch another old film – they’re showing ones at the moment. In the evenings, I often watch soap opera or sport and the news again. I like the main news at six o’clock. At nine thirty, if there’s a good play on BBC2, I switch over and watch it. Then at night I watch more films and usually switch off the telly at about two o’clock. I never watch TV all night.
I watch TV for sixteen or seventeen hours a day. I also do some exercises every day. I take Tina, the dog, for a walk every afternoon. I don’t go far, of course. I walk to the wall outside my house. I always take my portable telly and sit on the wall while the dog walks round the circle.
Of course, I couldn’t live these lifestyles without a good wife. She’s not at home now because she’s working, but she always makes my meals. We haven’t got much money, you know, but we’re happy.
Read the text quickly and check your answer.
Read the text more carefully and answer the questions:
How many hours of TV does Brian watch?
List the programmes he watches in bed, at lunchtime and at night.
Find two examples of lazy behavior.
What do you think «couch potato» mean?
Ask 6 questions to the text.
Work in pairs
Find out if your partner is a couch potato or an active person. Use the key words to ask questions like these:
What do you do at weekends? Do you often go swimming?
Key words: read, watch TV, play football, tennis, cycling, go to the gym, for a walk, out, to a movie.
Homework
Make up a TV programme.

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