Муниципальное бюджетное образовательное учреждение
Гимназия № 19 имени Н. З. Поповичевой г. Липецк
«Пишем письмо – совет»
(«Ahome - stayvisit»)
Конспект урока английского языка,
УМК Биболетова М. З.
преподаватель английского языка
Жаглина Татьяна Владимировна
1. Учебные: Тренировать в чтении и устной речи. Научить
Писатьличное письмо - совет.
2. Развивающие:Развивать способность к функционально - адекватному
сочетанию лексических единиц и логическому изложению.
3. Познавательные:Познакомить с новым способом написания письма.
4. Воспитательные: Воспитывать уважительное отношение к другой
Оборудование: Компьютер, экран, раздаточный материал.
Т: Good morning, boys and girls! I am glad to see you.
Т: How many times a year do you travel?
For how long do you go away?
Do you stay in your home country or go abroad?
Which means of transport do you prefer?
Do you travel alone, with family or friends or in an organised group?
Do you prepare your holidays in advance by reading guidebooks and
Do you mainly relax or are you an active holiday-maker?
What are you interested in when you are travelling?
III. Развитие навыков устной речи и повторение ранее
Т: What do you think a home-stay visit is? (2 слайд)
Look at this advertisement for a home - stay study course in London.
What might be the advantages and disadvantages of doing a course like this?
(Keys: Advantages: have to speak English all the time; experience English
family life; no travelling to lessons. Disadvantages: lonely; have to speak English all the time; might not like family).
T: Maria is going on a three-week home-stay course in London. She haswritten to her host family asking them for advice. Read this extract fromMaria's letter. What does she want to know? (4 слайд)
(Keys: how to get to the Lake District, where to stay, what to do, what kind of weather to expect).
T: Read the reply Maria received from Sally Martin. Ignore the missingwords. What style is Sally's letter written in? How do you know?
(Keys: 1 b 2 c 3 a. Semi-formal features: - although she starts the letter
Dear Maria, she signs the letter with her full name, Sally Martin,
because she has never met Maria; - she uses informal phrasal verbs
(come back) combined with the more formal non-phrasal
equivalent (return). Informal features: - she uses short forms, for
example I'm; They're; - she uses informal language, for example
lovely, cheap, wonderful.)
T: Match the letter style to the situations. (5 слайд) (Keys: 1 b 2 c 3 a).
T: What are we going to write today? (A letter).What kind of a letter will it be? (A letter giving advice).
Write down the topic of the lesson. (6 слайд)
T: Write notes to complete the plan of Sally's letter.You should complete the plan in note form rather than copying sentences from the letter. (7 слайд)
T: Check your answers. (8 слайд)
T: Choose the best answer to fill the gaps in Sally’s letter.
(Keys: 1b, 2a, 3c, 4c, 5b, 6a, 7b, 8c, 9c, 10a). (9 слайд)
2) Обучениетому, какдатьсовет.
T: Write down the phrases Sally uses to give advice to Maria.
(Keys: I think you should ...;I think you ought to try ...; perhaps the best thing to do would be ...;... bring [imperative form]; ... it might be an idea to ...).
T: 1. Which phrases are examples of the imperative? (Only bring).
2. Why doesn't Sally use the imperative form more frequently in her letter? (Because she might sound bossy and rude).
3. In what ways does she “soften” the other advice she gives?
(By using phrases such as / think ... and It might be a good idea to .... She also uses modals like should and ought to and the adverb perhaps).
T: This “softening” is very characteristic of English.
T: Give two pieces of advice for these situations. (10 слайд)
(Keys: 1 Perhaps the best thing to do would be to apologise to the teacher.
Tell the teacher it was too difficult.
2 I think you should go and lie down.
Have some chocolate.
3 It might be an idea to borrow some from a friend.
I think you ought to try not eating lunch today.
4 I think you ought to try joining a club.
It might be an idea to wash more often!
5 I think you should walk to school.
Don't worry about it!
6 There's a really good website on working abroad. I'll give you the
Just buy a ticket and go!)
T: The phrasal verb “pick up” is in the letter. What does it mean?
(to collect somebody in one’s car)
T: Pick up is quite informal. A more formal verb with a similar meaning is collect. Phrasal verbs are often more informal than their one-word equivalents.
T: Here are some other phrasal verbs with up. Each verb has two different
meanings. Match the meanings a-h with sentences 1-8. (11 слайд)
(12 слайд) (Keys: 1e; 2f; 3c; 4b; 5g; 6d; 7a; 8h)