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МОУ «Средняя общеобразовательная школа № 2 г. Харабали» Астраханской области
Районный семинар учителей иностранного языка. Урок-презентация английского языка в компьютерном классе.
9 класс.
Тема урока
«
TRAVELLI NG
ABROAD
»
Подготовили: учитель информатики МОУ «СОШ № 2 г. Харабали» Некрасова С. В.,
учитель иностранного языка Майорова Т.И.
2008 - 2009
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Урок-презентация английского языка в компьютерном классе.
9 класс
.
Тема
урока
«TRAVELLING ABROAD».
Цели урока
1) активизировать тематическую лексику УМК 9 класса
в устной речи учащихся в диалогической и
монологической форме в про
цессе развития иноязычной
коммуникативной компетенции школьников по темам
«
Hello
America
!», «
Do
good
clothes
open
all
doors
?»,
«
Have
you
ever
tried
blintzes
?»;
2)
углубить знания учащихся о стране изучаемого
иностранного языка (создать условия для «диалога
культур»);
3) развить умения и навыки учащихся выражать
согласие или несогласие;
4) воспитывать потребности расширять свой кругозор,
в том числе и за счет информации о странах изучаемого
иностранного языка;
5) закрепить навыки работы с компьютером.
Тип урока
интегрированный, обобщающий
.
Формы проведения:
интерактивная беседа; заочное путешествие;
ролевая игра; компьютерное тестирование.
Учебный материал: Кауфман К.И., Кауфман М.Ю. Английский язык: Счастливый
английский.ру. / Happy English. ru. 9 класс. - Обнинск.: Титул,
2008;
Голицынский Ю.Б. “
The
United
States
of
America
”. Пособие по
страноведению. - СПб.: КАРО, 2002;
Занина Е. “95 устных тем по английскому языку”.- М..: Айрис-пресс,
2008;
Материалы сайтов: www.hello-оnline.ru
,
www.onestopenglish.com
, www.english-to-go.com
.
Верикосов Ю.И. Английский язык. Развитие коммуникативных
компетенций. Использование речевых опор. - Волгоград:
Учитель,2008;
Любченко А.С и др. Нестандартные уроки английского языка в школе.
- Ростов н/Д.: Феникс, 2007.
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Оборудование:
мультимедийный проектор, компьютеры, экран,
колонки.
План
урока
.
1. Greeting. Introduction to the lesson 2. Warming up
3. “New York, New York…” (Virtual traveling).
3.1. «
Big
Apple
» (общие высказывания о Нью Йорке).
3.2.
Famous People of America.
3.3.
Have
you ever tried blintzes? (
посещение
ресторана
Карнеги
Дели
).
3.4.
Работа с компьютером. Задание «
Form
new
words
».
3.5.
Групповая
работа
.
3.6.
Excursion: New York’s most famous sights.
3.7.
Manhattan is the heart of New York.
3.8.
Чтение
текста
.
3.9.
Работа с компьютером. Задание «
True
-
False
».
3.10.
The names of New York’s main attractions.
3.11.
Shopping. Do good clothes open all doors?
4. Итог урока.
Ход
урока
.
Не
that travels far knows much.
J. Clarke
1. Greet
ing. Introduction to the lesson.
T – CI
English Teacher: Good morning, dear friends. I'm glad to see you. How
are you today? I think everything is O.K. Are you ready to start
our work?
2. Warming
up
.
На экране тема урока, эпиграф:
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English Teacher: I
want to draw your attention to the screen where the
quotation from John Clarke is written: "He that travels far
knows much"- I think
these words can be the motto of our
lesson. Let's try to prove that Clarke was really right. What do
you thi nk
about this
quotation? How do you understand these
words? What's your opinion?
На экране таблица аргументов в пользу путешествий:
TRAVELLING ABROAD
Arguments in favour of going abroad
- to discover new places in other
countries (it's wonderful)
- to be a part of people's education
(travelling abroad)
- to teach people about art and
culture (travelling)
-
to teach people to be
understanding (travelling)
- to broaden the mind (travelling)
- to help people to relax sometimes
(travelling)
- to make friends with interesting
people
- can help to improve the
knowl
edge of foreign languages
(travel
ling)
- can help practise speaking
Eng
lish (travelling)
- to accept English as a new
means of communication
- to learn more about other
countries and their traditions
- to have an opportunity to go
sightseeing
- on the one hand; on the other
hand
(
Pupils exchange their opinions and make a word-map using the
expressions:
I think...
To my mind...
In my opinion...
It seems to me...)
Pupil
1:
I think it's true. Travelling develops our outlook.
Pupil
2:
To my mind, if you visit
different countries, you get acquainted
with traditions and customs of these countries.
Pupil
3
: No doubt travelling
develops our imagination. 4
Pupil
4
. Naturally, travelling
is exciting,
because it means
adventure, and adventure
is necessary.
Pupil
5
:
That's right.
When we travel, we move from one place to
another, so travelling
gives us movement and keeps us from
growing stale and old.
Pupil
6:
I want to add that travelling
gives
us knowledge.
Pupil
7:
I share your opinion and want to add that travelling helps us to
study foreign languages alive.
Pupil
8
: In my opinion travelling is great and exciting. You can see a lot
of interesting buildings, castles, monuments and so on
Pupil
9:
I support your idea. There is a proverb "Seeing is believing".
When 1 travel, I always try to take pictures of places of interest
to enrich my album.
English Teacher: Don't forget, if you travel, you meet different people
and make friends. I think
it's great to have many friends in
foreign countries.
Pupil
10:
Travelling:
helps us to study foreign languages
helps us to make friends
develops our imagination
gives us some movement
gives us adventures
helps us to go sightseeing
gives us knowledge about the country
helps us to learn about traditions and customs
develops our outlook
helps us to learn about culture
English Teacher:
Let's summarise everything you have said.
Pupi
1:
To my mind travelling is exciting, because when you travel you
have a chance to change your style of life, to visit
new places
and. of course to see different historical places and places of
interest,
you learn more about the traditions and customs of
this place. When you travel,
you meet different people and
make friends. Travelling abroad helps you to study foreign
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languages speaking with native
people. In general, travelling
develops our outlook.
3.
“New York, New York…” (Virtual traveling).
3.1. «
Big
Apple
» (общие высказывания о Нью Йорке
).
English Teacher:
Children! Here is the proverb for you: “There are
many apples on the tree, but only one big apple”. How is this
proverb connected with New York?
На экране общий вид Нью Йорка:
Учащиеся
дают
аргументированные
ответы
:
Pupil 1:
New York is one of the largest cities
in the world. It was
founded
three hundred years ago at the mouth of the Hudson
river.
Pupil 2:
The centre of New York is Manhattan Island. In 1626 it was
bought from
the
Indians for a handful of trinkets that cost
twenty four dollars. Today Manhattan is the centre of business
and finance. Pupil 3:
Numerous s
kyscrapers
house banks and offices of American
business. Broadway begins here, the Stock Exchange is located
here, too. Very few people hve in Manhattan, though the
majority work here. Numerous bridges link
Manhattan with the
opposite shores.
Pupil 4: New York is inhabited by people of almost all nationalities and
races. It
is called «modern Babylon». At the turn of the
twentieth century a lot of people came to the USA from
different countries of the world. They entered the USA through
New York, the Gateway of America.
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Pupil 5: New York is one of the leading manufacturing cities
in the
world. The most important industries are those producing
paper products, vehicles, glass, chemicals, machinery New York
has a heavy traffic. The sea encircles many of the city areas and
the ships go over or under New York traffic routes.
English Teacher:
Children, use
the information from the fliers, fill in
the gaps and complete the notes. Be careful with the articles.
На экране карточка с заданием:
New York is on the ... River. Another name for New York is ... .
It consists of five boroughs: .. .The heart of New York is .... It has a
lot of... .
One of them is the Empire State Building. It is the tallest ... in
New York but only since .... One of New York's most famous museums is
.... It's famous for its building, which was designed by ... . Those who are
interested in theater will be able to enjoy different musicals and shows
on ... . The fastest way to see New York is by ... . You need to buy a ...
and it will take you all over the city.
Верный
вариант
: New York is on the Hudson River. It consists of five boroughs: Manhattan, Bronx, Queens, Brooklyn and
Staten Island.
One of them is the Empire State Building. It is the tallest skyscraper
in New York but only since Sep
tember 11, 2001. One of New York’s most
famous museums is the Guggenheim Museum. It’s famous for its building,
which was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright. Those who are interested in
theatre will be able to enjoy different musicals and shows on Broadway.
The fastest way to see New York is by Metro. You need to buy a MetroCard
and it will take you all over the city.
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На экране изображение Ground
Zero
.
English Teacher: What does the date September 11, 2001 mean?
Pupil 1
:
It means the tragic date for the people of the USA. On that day
terrorists destroyed the twin towers of the World Trade Centre.
3.2.
Famous Peo
ple of America.
На
экране
Walt Disney, М
artin Luther King, Henry Ford.
English Teacher: Every country is proud of its famous people. They may
be scientists, actors, writers or sportsmen. Pupil
1: Walt Disney was a US film - producer who started his own
company in the 1920 s. He is especially famous for making
cartoon films for children.
Pupil
2: Martin Luther King was a black US religious leader who became
the most important leader of the Civil Rights Movements and
worked hard to achieve social changes for black people.
Pupil
3: Henry Ford was an us businessman and engineer who began
making cars in 1896 and established the Ford Motor Company.
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На
экране
John Rockefeller II.
English Teacher: But this man was a businessman, a rich aristocrat.
His name was John Rockefeller. What do you know about him?
Pupil 4
: John Rockefeller II was a rich aristocrat, but he didn’t just
believe in money, he believed in people, too. When he decided to
build these buildings during the Great Depression, he got no
help from the government. So he used his own money to do it.
Rockefeller was quite an interesting man.
На
экране
Rockefeller С
enter.
E
nglish Teacher
: Let’s go and read his own words on that sign in front
of the building.
На экране - известные слова Д. Рокфеллера. Учащиеся читают,
переводят, рассказывают наизусть высказывания
: 9
1.
I believe in the supreme worth of the individual and in his right to
life, liberty, and happiness.
2.
I believe that every right implies a responsibility; every
opportunity – an obligation; every possession – a duty.
3.
I believe that the law was made for man and not man for the law;
that government is the servant of the people and not their master.
4.
I believe in the dignity of labor, whether with head or hand; that
the world owes no man a living but that it owes every man an
opportunity to make a living.
5.
I believe that truth and justice are fundamental to an enduring
social order.
6.
I believe in the sacredness of a promise, that a man’s word should
be as good as his bond; that character – not wealth or power or
position – is of supreme worth.
7.
I believe in an all-wise and an all-loving God, named by whatever
name. The individual’s highest fulfillment, greatest happiness,
and widest usefulness are found in living in harmony with His
will.
8.
I believe that love is the greatest thing in the world; that it alone
can overcome hate; that right can and will triumph over might.
3.3.
Have you ever t
ried blintzes? (
посещение
ресторана
Карнеги
Дели
).
На экране слайды с видами ресторана «Carnegie Deli».
English Teacher: Thank you, boys and girls! I see you are a little bit
tired. Let’s go to one of New York’s restaurants and have a
snack.
Pupil
1: Oh
, yes
. I like American hamburgers. They're great. Pupil 2:
And I'd like some borscht and pickled cucumbers. I know it's
probably not possible, but I miss Russian food so much. 10
English Teacher:
I'll take you to a very popular place that's visited by
every famous person who comes to New York. Pupil 3: Oh, please don't take us to a posh restaurant. I'm sure it'll be
expensive. English Teacher:
Mind your manners, boys. Never argue with your
teacher. Just follow me and remember: New York has something
for everybody. Look, it’s Carnegie Deli. I wonder, what does the
word Deli mean?
Pupil 4
: Deli
- Until the late 19th century, delicatessens were mainly
owned by Germans, and later by Jews, too, who went into the
business. The word itself comes from German and means
delicacies, but it is used not only to describe the shop that sells
the food, but also the products sold in the shop.
English Teacher: Thank you
Children, imagine that I’m a foreigner,
sitting at one table with you. I ask your advice about Russian
dishes. What will you advise me to try? На экране – блюда русской кухни. Учащиеся рассказывают о своих любимых блюдах.
Pupil 1: The recipe was invented in a St Petersburg cooking competition
in the 1890s. It won the first prize and was named after the
Stroganov family, whom the cook was working for. This dish
traditionally consists of beef, onions, mushrooms and sour
cream.
Pupil 2:
The dish originates from the Caucasus. No picnic or outdoor
party can do without this wonderful dish. It's meat marinated in
herbs, onions and wine. Then the meat is put on skewers and
cooked on an open fire.
11
Pupil 3:
It's a really delicious, small round bread. Bread used to be the
most important food in Russia, and no dish was eaten without
it. That's why bread is still so important to people in Russia.
They used to decorate it with leaves and flowers.
Pupil 4: Traditionally, mothers-in-law bake these for their sons-in-law at
Easter, and they also used to be made for poor people and
pilgrims. They should be thin, brown, and round and look like
little suns. They are usually eaten with sour cream, jam, cheese
and black or red caviar.
Pupil 5:
These are a favourite Russian dish. They are made of dough and
meat and then they can be frozen and kept in the fridge for a
long time. They are served with butter, sour cream, vinegar or
tomato ketchup. You can buy them in the shops too, but the ones
you buy can't be compared with the real homemade version
.
Pupil 6:
It's one of the most popular dishes in Russia. The recipe — was
created at the end of the 18th century. It's a kind of soup, which
got its name from its main ingredient — beetroot. Nowadays it's
made with cabbage, potatoes, carrots, tomatoes and meat.
On
hot summer days it's even better with no meat in it, just
vegetables, fresh cucumbers, eggs, onions and greens.
English Teacher: Thank you. I have a special dish for you, too. Take it
please and make up as many words as you can. 3.4.
Работа с компьютером. Задание «
Form
new
words
».
Учитель информатики: Ребята! Сегодня на уроке вы будете работать
на компьютере не на уроке информатики, а на уроке
английского языка. Компьютер поможет вам решить
грамматическую задачу и выставит вам за ваши знания
оценку. Для этого вам надо внимательно прочитать
предложенное компьютером задание и варианты ответов к
нему. Ваша задача – выбрать номер правильного ответа,
набрать его на клавиатуре и нажать на клавишу [
Enter
].
После выполнения первого задания вы увидите свою оценку.
Выполнив первое задание вам нужно вернуться на свои места.
Задание 1 см. в приложении.
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Компьютер предложит глаголы и суффиксы. Учащиеся должны
образовать прилагательные. После выполнения задания ученики
проходят на свои места.
3.5.
Групповая
работа
.
English Teacher: Now that we have had our dinner I want to ask you,
“What are the main advantages and disadvantages of “Carnegie
Deli”?
Групповая работа. Учитель предлагает выбрать положительные и
отрицательные стороны ресторана Карнеги Дели.
Pupil 1: The main advantages of “Carnegie Deli” are big portions, New
York atmosphere, delicious food, free pickled cucumbers, quick
service, homemade soups, fresh food, international food and
huge sandwiches.
Pupil 2
: The main disadvantages of “Carnegie Deli” are long lines, you
share your table with strangers, you can’t share your portion
with your friends, when you finish your food you have to leave
quickly, not enough seats and high prices.
3.6.
Excursion: New York’s most famous sights.
English Teacher: Children, now we can go on our excursion. You know
there are many famous monuments in any city, but there is one
in New York that is famous all over the world. It’s the Statue of
Liberty, of course. На экране Статуя Свободы. Монологические высказывания учащихся.
13
Pupil 1: At the entrance to New York Harbor, in the United States of
America, stands one of the world’s greatest and best-loved
monuments. It is a statue, 151 feet tall, representing a woman
with a crown on her head. High in her right hand she is holding
a huge torch which sends a light far out into the Atlantic. In her
left hand is a tablet with a date on it – July 4, 1776. That is the
date of the Declaration of Independence, which was made when
the Americans formed their own republic.
Pupil 2:
The full name of the monument is “The Statue of Liberty
Enlightening the World”, but nowadays it is simply known as
the Statue of Liberty. The people of France gave the Statue to
the Americans in 1886.
English Teacher:
In 1874 they sent a young sculptor named Auguste
Bartholdi to talk over the scheme in the United States.
Bartholdi told the Americans about his dream of a great Statue
in New York Harbor which would hold up the torch of Liberty to
welcome all the world.
Pupil 3:
When the French people learned that their gift to America was
going to cost more than 80.000, they immediately began to
collect money through fetes, concerts, collections, shows and
lottery. By 1884, there was the great statue, towering over the
rooftops of Paris. But the French did not have much time to
admire it. In January 1885, the statue was taken to pieces and
sipped off in 214 numbered cases to America. By 1886 it had
been fitted together again in New York and firmly put to the
pedestal which the Americans had prepared.
На экране слайд «Приезд европейцев в Америку».
English Teacher: Children, every country, as well as, every city has its
own history. What do you know about America’s history?
Listen the text and answer the questions after that:
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Аудирование текста.
In November 1620 a small ship, the Mayflower, left England.
There were 100 people aboard the ship who where running away
from the cruelty of the King. For 7 long weeks the Mayflower was in
the waves and storms of the Atlantic Ocean, and at last the people
saw the land. It was America.
It was autumn already. It was raining, and a cold wind was
blowing. 16 men left the Mayflower and went ashore. In the
evening they came back to the ship and brought some corn with
them.
Next day was Sunday and everybody on the Mayflower had a
rest. On Monday some men went ashore again and this time they
took some women with them. The women had to wash the clothes.
Since that time Monday has been a washday in America. During
the next 5 weeks the men from the Mayflower left the ship every
day. They were looking for a good place to live. The weather was
very cold, more and more people fell ill, but at last they found a
good place. By January 1621, there had already been 2 streets in
the village, and they called it "New Plymouth".
English Teacher:
1.
W
hat was the name of the ship?
2.
Yow many passengers were there on board the ship?
3.
Who were the Saints and who were the Strangers?
4.
Why did they decide to leave England?
5.
What was the name of the place where they
found their new home?
3.7.
Manhattan is the heart of New York.
English Teacher:
Some children are planning their first day in New
York. Listen to the conversation. Say what places are planning
to visit.
Pupil 1:
What would you like to do today, guys?
Pupil 2:
I'd like to see New York's most famous sights: the Empire State
Building, and the Chrysler and the Pan American buildings. Pupil 3:
I agree with you. Skyscrapers are really interesting. Let's go for
a walk and do some sightseeing. 15
Pupil 4:
And I'd like to see Central Park. Pupil 1:
Well, we don't have too much time. Let's do the main part of
Manhattan today. It has a lot of attractions and you'll be able to
get a good first impression. If we don't have enough time for
Central Park, we'll do it tomorrow. Pupil 3:
What's Manhattan? Pupil 4
:
Come on, Rob. Don't you know? New York is on the Hudson
River and consists of five boroughs: Manhattan. Brooklyn,
Queens. Staten Island
and the Bronx. I've read about them.
Pupil 1:
You're right, Mark. We should see them all, but Manhattan is
the heart of our city, so let's start with it. I've got some fliers
about some places of interest. English Teacher: Let's take a look.
Слайды с видами Манхэттена.
3.8.
Чтение
текста
.
THE HISTORY OF MANHATTAN
One day,
in the year 1626, a tribe of Red Indians sold a small rocky
island to a Dutchman. The island lay at the mouth of the Hudson river, in
a bay which was sheltered from the stormy Atlantic by two larger islands.
The Indians called it “Man-a-hat-ta”, the Heavenly Land. They sold it to
the Dutchman for some manufacture goods worth about 24 dollars. Today
the island of Manhattan is worth millions and millions of dollars. For it is
the heart and one of the biggest and the richest cities in the world – the
city of New York in the USA.
But when the Indians sold it, the island was lonely and barren.
Dutch settlers came, villages appeared and they become a city called New
16
Amsterdam Later the island was captured by the English and the city
was renamed New York. When the bitter American War for Independence was over,
George Washington came to New York. On April 30
th
, 1789, from a
balcony in Wall Street, he made a speech as the first president of a new
country. But New York was not made the capital. George Washington
thought the new country deserved a new capital, so the town of
Washington was built.
New York, however, went on growing more and more important,
and it is now the biggest city in New York and one of the biggest cities in
the world. Eight million people live there.
English Teacher: Thank
you
. Good for you! And you, children? Were you
attentive? Everybody of you has this test paper. Look through
the sentences, please. Mark the right variant with “plus” and
the false variant with “minus”. I’ll give you two minutes to do
the task.
3.9.
Работа с компьютером. Задание «
True
-
False
».
Учитель информатики: Ребята, вы прочитали текст, а как вы
поняли его проверит компьютер. Для этого вам нужно
выполнить задание №2. После выполнения этого задания
вы увидите все оценки которые вам поставил компьютер
сегодня, а последнюю итоговую оценку Татьяна Ивановна
вам выставит за работу с тестами в журнал.
См. приложение.
После выполнения задания ученики проходят на свои места.
3.10.
The names of New York’s main attractions.
English Teacher: Boys and girls, we still have time to walk along and
see the sights of New York. Everybody knows that skyscrapers
are the symbol of New York. What are the most famous of them?
На
экране
Empire State Building.
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Рассказ учащихся о наиболее известных небоскребах.
Pupil 1:
When you think of New York, you think of skyscrapers. You see
them miles away across the harbor. They seem to float between
sea and sky like small towers in the fairy tale. The tallest of them
all is the slender Empire State Building, 1.250 feet high. From
the top you can see all Manhattan. One of the most beautiful
skyscrapers is the Chrysler building. Wherever you go in New
York you will see people of countless different races. Among so
many races, it seems right that the United Nations should have
their headquarters here. The tall slender United Nations
building, all marble and glass, is one of the loveliest of New
York’s skyscrapers.
На экране Central Park.
Pupil
2:
Central Park is used by thousands of New Yorkers and visitors every
day. Here you will see families walking their dogs and young
people riding their bikes and roller-skating. Do you like to roller-
skate? I do! You can also see baseball and soccer games here. Some
people come here just to rest. They walk, sit in the sun, listen to
music, or go to the zoo.
На
экране
Guggenheim Museum.
Pupil
3:
Even if you're not interested in modern art, you shouldn't miss a
chance to visit one of the world's most extravagant museums.
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Named the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum in honor of its
founder, the museum is in fact better known for its amazing
building, which was opened in 1959 and immediately became
the focus of critics. It was designed by a famous architect, Frank
Lloyd Wright^ who broke all the old standard rules and came up
with a totally new concept of style. Come and see this
architectural masterpiece, which has not lost its ability to excite
and surprise.
На экране Time Square
Pupil
4:
Times Square is the center of the theater district. The lights from all
the theaters and advertisements are very bright. On New Year's
Eve, December 31, crowds of people stand in Times Square and wait
for midnight. At midnight everyone shouts, "Happy New Year!" to
everyone else.
3.11.
Shopping. Do good clothes open all doors?
English Teacher: I think it’s time to go shopping. Many people think
that shopping is one of their favorite pastimes. I invite you to
visit
some fashionable shops in New York. Do you care about
fashion?
На экране магазин.
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Pupil 1:
Today we should go shopping, guys. New York is famous for its
shopping. It'd be a pity to miss the opportunity. Pupil 2:
That's great! Pupil 3:
What a good idea! Pupil 4:
Oh, Emily, please let me stay at home. I can't stand shopping.
Pupil 3:
But, Mark, you really need some new clothes. Pupil 4:
What's wrong with my jeans, T-shirts and trainers? They're OK
for travelling. Pupil 1:
To tell you the truth, they are a little out of fashion.
Pupil 4:
I don't care about fashion. I prefer casual clothes, I feel more
comfortable in them. Pupil 2
:
But those who don't care about fashion miss on a lot of fun. I like
to look round the shops and find something original that doesn't
cost too much. Clothes show my individuality. Pupil 1:
Well, I think it's better to buy clothes that are in at the moment.
I don't like to stand out. My hobby is buying things in the sales.
Most of my clothes come from discount stores that sell designer
clothes, so they don't cost that much. My favourite jeans are
Calvin Klein, and they only cost $10. It was a real bargain. Pupil 3:
You can call me a snob if you like, but I think clothes are a
status thing. "Clothes make the man" they say and I agree.
People make up their minds about you when they look at your
clothes, so my clothes have to be the latest fashion. Ralph Lauren is one of my favourite designers. His shirts and
jackets are very expensive. Look at this jacket, for example. Isn't
it smart? Pupil 1:
Yes, I think it's very elegant. You could wear it to any nice party
or fancy restaurant. Pupil 3:
Thank you, Emily. So when are we leaving? Pupil 1:
In a second. Before we go, I'd like to look through the latest
magazines. It's so easy to make a mistake with fashion...
Pupil 4:
I still think it's ridiculous to care about clothes so much. I believe
in the old saying “Never judge a book by its cover”.
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На экране Broadway
.
English Teacher: Oh, I see… Tastes differ. This is Broadwey. There are
more than thirty theaters here! You can see a different
performance every day! My favorite musical is called “Cats”.
Звучит музыка.
4. Итог урока.
Учитель высказывает свое мнение и подводит итоги урока,
выставляет оценки.
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