Урока по английскому языку в 11 классе учитель: Гайчёнкова С. М. Тема урока: «Профессии и кем я хочу стать» цель урока: формирование коммуникативной компетенции учащихся. Основные задачи



Download 78 Kb.
Date08.05.2018
Size78 Kb.
#44511
TypeУрок
ПЛАН – КОНСПЕКТ

урока по английскому языку

в 11 классе

УЧИТЕЛЬ: Гайчёнкова С.М.


ТЕМА УРОКА: «Профессии и кем я хочу стать»
ЦЕЛЬ УРОКА: формирование коммуникативной компетенции учащихся.

Основные задачи:


Обучающие:
- практика речевой деятельности по теме (монологической и диалогической);
- активизация лексики по теме;
- формирование и развитие коммуникативных умений;
- практика использования глагольных форм.

Развивающие:
- развитие мышления, умения анализировать информацию;
- интеллектуальное развитие;
- развитие догадки;
- развивать умения и навыки чтения про себя с пониманием общего содержания текста и извлечением нужной информации.

Социо-культурные:
- расширение кругозора.

Воспитательные:
- формирование уважения и интереса к людям разных профессий и ответственного отношения к выбору своей будущей профессии;
- воспитание культуры общения.

ВИД УРОКА: урок-обобщение.

ОСНАЩЕНИЕ УРОКА:


  • Компьютер, проектор и экран;

  • Магнитофонная запись с текстом;

  • Учебник английского языка Гроза О.Л. и др. Английский язык нового тысячелетия/ New Millennium English для 11 класса.

  • Дополнительный материал из учебника английского языка «Возможности» (“Opportunities” – Intermidiate) / (М. Хэррис, Д. Мауэр, А. Сикорзинска). Лонгман, 2006

Ход урока


Этапы урока

Учитель

Ученики

1. Начало урока
2.Warming

3. Развитие речи по теме

4. Работа с лексическим и грамматическим материалом

4.Развитие диалогической речи


5.Аудирование

6. Работа с текстом

7.Развитие письменной речи

8. Домашнее задание


9.Подведение итогов урока


Good morning everybody. Today we’re going to speak about jobs and your future professions.

Could you tell me if it’s difficult for you to choose your future profession?


Let’s revise what professions we know. We’re working in groups. Each group is giving the other a definition to guess what profession it is.

Let’s check your home exercise 1, p.51. Your task was to match the text and the profession.


Now we are going to listen to 4 situations. Try to guess what professions they describe.

And now let’s speak about your future profession. What do you want your future profession to be?

OK. You know that every job requires some qualities, skills and abilities. Let’s remember what they are.

If you should be creative, the job requires…(creativity)


Flexible -

Ambitious-

Determined –

Persistent-

Accurate-

Responsible-

Intelligent-

etc.


Could you say a few words about your profession, please?

If you want to apply for a job you have to prepare CV and a letter of application. Let’s read the letter of application in ex.2 on p.52


Look at the sentences and remember the meaning of underlined words.

Put the sentences into 2 groups: what you advise and don’t advise to do before and during the job interview.

Read the text and complete the sentences with these phrases. Change the form of the verbs if it’s necessary.
Now let’s act out the proper job interview.

We are going to listen to the radio programme about the results of the survey “Job Watch” made by European Union of Salaries in 4 European countries. You are to get the following information:



the names of the countries,

the best-paid jobs

low-paid jobs according to the survey.

And now let’s compare the results of the survey with the information you’ve found in the net about our country.


The text Survival of Fittest tells us about Alvin Toffler's book Future Shock, written back in 1970 about his predictions about future jobs.

Учащиеся работают в группах.

Группа 1. Fill in the gaps in the text with the sentences given below.

Группа 2. Find the answers to the questions in the text.

1.What are the jobs of the future?

2. How will people organize their working life in the future?


3. How will companies change?

4. What skills and qualities will people need?


5. What benefits do people get?


Группа 3. Find out which predictions have already come true in our life.

So nowadays some people don’t enjoy an 8 to 5 working day in an office. They would prefer to work at home. What are pros and cons of working at home? What’s your opinion?

At home write an essay about your personal opinion on the problem.
I like our lesson and I think so do you. I hope you’re ready now to cope with this topic about professions.

Yes, it’s quite difficult because there are a lot of different and useful professions in the world and we should choose the most suitable and interesting for us.

-someone who takes care of your teeth (a dentist)

-someone who shows you your seat in the cinema or in the theatre (an usher)

-someone who cuts men’s hair(a barber)

etc.
Учащиеся называют, описание какой профессии дано в каждом тексте и объясняют свое решение.


Учащиеся слушают текст и называют профессии людей в каждой ситуации.

(a hotel receptionist, a shop assistant, a tour guide, a doctor)


-I’d like my future profession to be interesting and enjoyable for me because I think a person can’t be happy if he doesn’t like his job or goes to work only to earn money.

- I want my future profession to be well-paid because I’d like to live in a good flat, to have a car, to travel on holiday.

-I want it to be required because it’s sometimes difficult for young people to get a good job after graduating from a university.

На экране высвечиваются прилагательные, от которых учащиеся образуют существительные

flexibility

ambition


determination

persistence

accuracy

responsibility

intelligence
учащиеся рассказывают о том, какие качества и умения требуются для будущей профессии.

-I’d like to be a manager. To work as a manager you should be sociable, determined, persistent, and responsible. This job requires administrative skills, team work skills, ability to work under pressure.

Учащиеся читают текст, употребляя данные глаголы в нужных временных формах.
You should

-think about the job and write down your strengths and weaknesses.



-find out information about the company.

-go out for a walk before the interview to relax.

You shouldn’t

- put on casual clothes for the interview.

- make up information about yourself.

-go into a lot of detail about your personal life.
Учащиеся заполняют пропуски в предложениях подходящими словосочетаниями, употребляя глаголы в прошедшем времени.
Учащиеся разыгрывают диалог собеседования, используя подготовленные ранее резюме.

Sweden, Spain, France, the UK

Managers, doctors, lawyers, teachers

Workers in hotels and restaurants, in agriculture and construction, factory workers


In this country the best paid jobs are in oil-developing companies, banks, show business and trade. Low-paid jobs are workers in agriculture, factory workers, teachers, doctors etc.

Учащиеся вставляют подходящие предложения в пропуски текста.



Business and professional services, the media, information technology, and the biosciences are doing really well. Computer programmers and systems analysts will be in much greater demand.

People will organize their working life around a variety of contracts, instead of working just for one company.

They will be organized more democratically. Many more people will work for small, dynamic companies. Other people will give up working for a boss and become self-employed.

Companies will require people who are flexible and responsible. Good communication skills will be essential.

English will probably remain the international business language.

Rather than go into an office, a lot of people are connected to the Internet and now work from home. It gives you the flexibility you want - to live where you want, to continue your studies and to have a lot more free time.

1. Computer programmers and systems analysts are in much greater demand.

2. Many more people work for small, dynamic companies. Some people become self-employed.

3. Companies require people who are flexible and responsible.

4. English remains the international business language.

5. Some people are connected to the Internet and work from home.
Учащиеся делятся на 2 группы. Одна группа составляет список преимуществ работы дома, другая находит недостатки такой организации труда. Затем происходит обмен мнениями.



Приложение 1

1. Read the advice for job interview. Make a list of things to do and not to do.


  1. Put on casual clothes for the interview.

  2. Go out for a walk before the interview to relax.

  3. Think about the job and write down your strengths and weaknesses.

  4. Find out information about the company.

  5. Turn up at the interview a couple of minutes early.

  6. Take down notes during the interview.

  7. Sit down or get up when they ask you to.

  8. Make up information about yourself.

  9. Make out you understand something when you don't!

  10. Go into a lot of detail about your personal life.

  11. Speak up and express yourself clearly.

  12. Sit up straight and maintain eye contact.


2. Complete Mandy's account of an interview with verbs from Exercise 1.

Yesterday, I had an interview for a holiday job at a summer camp for children. Unfortunately, I didn't have much time to (1) about the organisation, but I did (2) all the things I'm good at, like doing video games! In the morning I woke up late and quickly (3) some jeans and a T-shirt. I (4) at the office five minutes late, so I walked straight in and (5) .

I couldn't (6) what the interviewer was saying and I had to ask her to (7). She asked about my experience with children, so I (8) a lot of detail about my younger brother. Then she asked me to tell her about my work experience and I (9) a story about some voluntary work with a youth club. She stopped asking questions, so I (10) and (11) of the room. I think I've got a good chance of getting the job. What do you think?'

Do you think Mandy got the job? Why or why not?
3. Complete the dialogue with words from the list.

Certainly, enjoy, getting in touch, important thing, just one thing, qualities, take a seat, thank you, work experience



Job Interview


Interviewer

Good morning, (1).

Why do you want to work with us at Camp Elizabeth?

What experience do you have?

What (5) do you think are important for the job?
Are there any questions you would like to ask me?

I'll be (9) with people next week.

Interviewee

Good morning, (2).

I (3) working with children and I'd like to get some (4) .

I help with the youth club at school. I've organised sports and trips to various places.

You (6) must have patience. And another (7) is enthusiasm. And, well, you also have to be careful.

Yes, (8) .
Thank you very much.



Приложение 2

Survival of the Fittest

Between now and the 21st century citizens of the world's richest and most technologically advanced nations will find it increasingly difficult to keep up with the demand for change. For them, the future will arrive too soon.” So begins Alvin Toffler's book Future Shock, written back in 1970.


Now people are beginning to pay attention to Toffler's prediction, because the speed of change is accelerating rapidly. It is sometimes difficult to work out the patterns of change. What should you do? (1)_____ Take a deep breath and try to get a sense of the good things the future has to offer.

You don't need to be a genius to predict the job areas which will be most affected by technological change. Agriculture, textiles, coal mining and heavy industry are all doing badly. (2)_____.

Without doubt, the number of jobs in information technology will rise dramatically. There are currently over 100 million computers in the world and by 2020 the number will be around one billion. (3)_____.

There are also many other important changes taking place in the workplace. First, the job market is getting more and more competitive and the idea of a 'job for life' has already become old-fashioned. (4)____ According to Mark Hastings of the Institute of Management, in the future people will organise their working life around a variety of contracts, instead of working just for one company.

In the same way, companies will change; they will be organised more democratically. People will move sideways to do different jobs, rather than moving up the 'company ladder' as before. Many more people will work for small, dynamic companies which can react quickly to changes in the market. Other people will give up working for a boss and become self-employed. All this means that companies will require people who are flexible and responsible. (5)____ .

Good communication skills will be essential. According to Dr Laurence Lyons of the Future Work Forum, women will initially have an advantage in this area. James Traeger, of the training agency Menswork, explains that many men will have to be retrained. 'It's not about making men more like women, but helping men to communicate as well.'

We are undoubtedly moving towards a global economy. English will probably remain the international business language, so learning Russian or Chinese is not a priority. (6)____ . Above all, a manager will need to feel comfortable working with people from other cultures and coping with cultural differences.

New technology is the driving force behind the rapidly changing workplace, so don't get left behind. You don't need to become a computer expert, but you must consider improving your computer skills. Work with more than one program in case you have to use them at work, and try to read about all the latest technology.

Undoubtedly, all this new technology is changing the way we work and offering many alternative ways of working. Rather than go into an office, a lot of people are connected to the Internet and now work from home. Working like this may give you the flexibility you want - to live where you want, to continue your studies and to have a lot more free time. That must be good news.

a) On the other hand, business and professional services, the media, information technology, and the biosciences are doing really well.

b) Because of this, computer programmers and systems analysts will be in much greater demand.

c) However, understanding other people, their minds, culture and history will be vital.

d) First of all, don't panic.



e) They will also need people who can work co-operatively and get on well in a team.

f) Because of this, workers will have to be more flexible.


Download 78 Kb.

Share with your friends:




The database is protected by copyright ©www.sckool.org 2023
send message

    Main page