Муниципальное бюджетное общеобразовательное учреждение
города Урай Тюменской области
Конспект урока по английскому языку
в 9 классе
Подготовила: учитель английского языка
Новоселова Лариса Валерьевна
Научить писать личные письма.
Прививать интерес к общению на английском языке при выполнении групповых познавательно-поисковых проектов.
Способствовать развитию языковых, интеллектуальных и творческих способностей учащихся. Содействовать развитию умений коллективно-поисковой деятельности
Введение нового знания
Запись песни Письма(beginnings and endings) Карточки (personal and formal) Письма, разделенные на абзацы Записки на стикерах Карточки с типами личного письма Открытка для Деда Мороза Маркеры
I. Постановка конкретно-практической задачи и переход к учебной
Hello, boys and girls. Glad to see you!
Have you got many friends?
Have you got any pen friends?
Have you got any foreign pen friends?
How do you connect with them?
What do you use to send information to your friends?
How often do you send e-mails?
Now listen to the English song and try to guess the theme of our lesson! Прослушивание песни R. Kelly — Love Letter
You are right, the theme is LETTERS. To be more exact, personal letters. There are several definitions of this term.
Personal letter — a type of letter (or informal composition) that usually concerns personal matters (rather than professional concerns) and is sent from one individual to another (by Richard Nordquist Grammar & Composition Expert)
Personal letter — a letter dealing with personal affairs (www.thefreedictionary.com)
Personal letters are letters you write to someone you know (https://auspost.com.au/education/letterwriting/students/personal-letters.html)
Personal letters are used in certain contexts as a means of personal communication. This may include, but is not limited to, letters of complaint and holiday letters. Personal letters, when compared to emails, may give the reader a stronger feeling of personal connection with the author (Ghada Gherwash and Joshua M. Paiz)
What definition do you like best? Why? Today we are going to learn basic rules of writing a personal letter. Each group should write a letter to Father Frost.
II. Построение образа результата
First of all, I’ll give you these sheets of paper. There are beginnings and endings of several letters on them. Your task is to read your text and match beginnings and endings. Is it clear? Good luck! (Ребята по группам сопоставляют начала и окончания личных писем)
So, time’s up! Let’s check it up! The first group! One of you must read and the other-translate. Thank you!
Thanks a lot. You did it without problems and I hope you’ve noticed, that all these letters have something in common. So, what is it? What kind of letter did we meet? (Informal or personal letter) That’s right. But what’s the difference among all these letters? What types of personal letters did we meet?(giving advice, asking for advice, giving news, apology, a thank-you letter, congratulations, an invitation, a reply to an invitation…) Look at these cards and try to find your type of letter.
Great! What are the basic features we evaluate in a personal letter?
contents (communicative task) (содержание, выполнение коммуникативной задачи)
grammar and vocabulary (грамматика, лексика)
III. Построение способа действия
Look at these letters to Santa Claus and find out steps to write down a personal letter.
Ребята разрабатывают алгоритм написания личных писем. Группы по очереди выступают, дополняя и, при необходимости, поправляя друг друга.
Begin your letter by writing your name and address in the top right-hand corner of the page. It is important to include this information in case your return address (on the back of the envelope) is torn, or the envelope is thrown out. This way the person who receives the letter will always have your address and will be able to reply to you.
Next, write the date on which you are writing your letter. This goes on the left-hand side of the letter, just above where you will write your greeting. The date is important so the person who is reading it knows when it was written. It is also helpful for people who like to keep letters they have been sent and look back on them.
Under the date write your greeting. It is acceptable in a friendly letter to be informal with your greeting. Depending on how well you know the person you are writing to, you could use «Dear», «Hi» or «Hello».
Now it is time to start writing the content of your letter. This is where you put everything you want to include in your letter. Remember, if you forget anything you can always put it in the postscript.
When you have finished writing your letter, end it by signing off. Depending on how well you know the person, you could use «Your friend», «See you» or «From».
Sign or write your name under the sign-off.
If you have forgotten to include something in your letter or you want to add an extra message, you can use a postscript (PS). This is written underneath your name at the bottom of the letter.
IV. Решение конкретно- практической задачи – выполнение действия
Now each group has to write down a letter to Father Frost.
Ребята в группах по алгоритму пишут письмо Деду Морозу в Великий Устюг.
V. Оценка результатов
Now each group reads the letter and the others listen to them and evaluate their work according to our basic features table.
Группы по очереди зачитывают свое письмо, остальные слушают и оценивают по таблице основных характеристик личного письма.
VI. Корректировка результатов (при необходимости)
VII. Рефлексия результатов освоения способа действия
метод – “бортовой журнал” – что получилось, что узнали нового, что хотелось бы улучшить
Wayne Rimmer, Olga Vinogradova. Exam Success. Подготовка к ЕГЭ по английскому языку. – Cambridge University Press, 2013.
Мизгирева Е.А. Конспект урока по английскому языку в 10-м классе https://www.pandia.ru/text/78/070/37416.php
5 Society Street
How are you doing? I’m really well, but it’s taken me a while to settle in. It’s been four month now since I moved, so I thought I’d drop you a line to let you know how I’ve been getting on.
Dublin is a really exciting city! There’s always something going on. In fact, there are so many cafés, cinemas, sports facilities and shopping centres that it’s sometimes difficult to decide what to do! There are lots of interesting people here, too. Even though I’ve only been here for a short time, I’ve already made quite a few new friends.
I’m really enjoying life here, but I still miss Ashby from time to time. It’s more industrial here and there are a lot more traffic jams and crowds – I have to be really careful when I’m riding my bike! What I miss most though is my old friends – especially you!
Well, that’s all my news for now. White back and let me know what you’ve been up to since I last saw you. You’re always welcome to come and visit – I’ve really love that. Say hi to the others!
51 Raymond Road
Berkshir BU12 RPX
I am writing to apply for the position of secretary that was advertised in the ‘Evening News’ last Thursday.
I am 21 years old and am about to take a gap year from university before starting my final year studies. I am hoping to pursue a career in Human Resources or Marketing when I graduate. For this reason, I would like to gain some practical experience of working in an office environment.
I have ten GCSEs including English and Maths. I haven’t worked in an office before, however, I feel that I possess all the necessary skills to be able to do a good job. I have always been interested in human resources and am willing to work hard to achieve my goal.
I have enclosed a copy of my CV. I would be available for interview at any time and I can be contacted on 020 361 9900. I look forward to hearing from you in the near future.
26 Victoria Avenue
I’m sorry to hear that you are bored, but I think I might have a few ideas to help you.
Why don’t you create your own youth club where all your friends could come? It could be a games club or a film club in someone’s garage or spare room. This way you’ll have something to do.
Have you thought of taking up a sport together? This way you could hang out together and get fit at the same time.
I hope my advice helps. Write back and let me know.
1) Hi Jane!
Sorry to hear that you’re not getting on very well with your brother. Maybe I can help!
2) Dear Matt,
Hi! I haven’t heard from you for ages so I thought I’d drop you a line!
How are you? I just wanted to tell you how sorry I am about what happened last Monday.
4) Dear Grandma,
Thanks SO much for the birthday present. I absolutely loved it!
5) Hi Jamie!
Congratulations on your graduation! We are all so happy for you!
6) Dear Mark,
Thanks so much for the invitation to your party. I’d love to come!
7) Dear Diana,
Sorry I haven’t written for ages – I’ve been really busy studying. In fact, I’m having a real problem studying for my exams this year. You always do so well. Could you please give me a few tips?
8) Dear Tony,
Hi! Sorry to hear that you haven’t been feeling well.
a) I really hope you feel better soon. Give me a call some time!
b) Anyway, that’s all for now! Write and tell me your news!
c) Well, that’s about all. Thanks again for the gift, Grandma. See you soon,
d) Anyway, I hope my advice helps! Write and tell me how you get on.
Lots of love,
e) I hope we get a chance to discuss things. Once again, I’m really sorry.
f) I’d love to see pictures from the ceremony. See you soon,
g) So, I’ll see you on Friday after school at your house. I can’t wait!
h) What would you advise me to do? Please write back as soon as you can.
asking for advice
a thank-you letter
a reply to an invitation