Учителям английского языка

Our Favourite TV Programmes V Form

 План – конспект урока английского языка в V классе.



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Our Favourite TV Programmes. Наши любимые телепрограммы.

Образовательная цель:

Развитие умений восприятия и понимания речи на слух с извлечением основной информации.  Развитие умений говорения по заданной теме.

Сопутствующие задачи:


Задачи личностного развития:

  Активизация использования ЛЕ по теме в речи. Совершенствование навыков использования косвенных падежей личных местоимений в речи.

Формирование критического /избирательного отношения к просмотру телепередач.

Развитие оперативной, зрительной и ассоциативной памяти учащихся. Развитие умений взаимодействовать с речевым партнером.

Оснащение и дидактические материалы:

Мультимедийная презентация, серия предметных картинок, видеофрагмент, музыкальное сопровождение физкультпаузы


English. Student’s book 5.  


Этапы урока


Задачи урока

Содержание этапа

Режим работы


1. Начало урока

Создание атмосферы иноязычного общения

Good morning! Glad to see you! How are you doing? I hope you are fine.

 Did you watch TV yesterday? What programmes did you watch? Discuss in pairs.

As for me, I watched a music programme. And what about you? Did you watch ...?


So, as we see many pupils watched TV.

And today we are going to speak about our favourite programmes and films. And discuss why we like them.





Используя ЛЕ на слайдах 3-9  (на экране), учащиеся задают вопросы

2. Фонетическая






3.Речевая зарядка

Совершенствование слухо-произносительных навыков



Совершенствование навыков использования косвенных падежей личных местоимений в речи

Let’s recite a poem about TV which you’ve learnt at home by heart. First we’ll revise it all together. Then you are going to listen to your partner attentively and give marks to each other.


It’s true you like watching your TV.

Let’s say that your brother or sister or parents love watching it, too.

Model:  I love watching MY TV.

We love watching OUR  TV.

He loves watching HIS TV. etc




P1 – P2

P3 – P4

Cлайды 10-11







Cлайды 10-11

4. Восприятие и понимание речи на слух в видеофрагменте

Развитие умений восприятия и понимания речи на слух с извлечением основной информации


 Yes, we enjoy watching TV as it shows us the cool things we can do and we also learn a lot from it.

You are going to watch a short video twice and answer the following questions.

Does Marina like watching TV? What are her favourite programmers? Discuss in your pairs and report to the class.






P1 – P2

P3 – P4 P1-Cl

Учащиеся отвечают на вопросы, используя разговорную формулу

As far as I (we) remember, Marina likes …

5. Физкультпауза

Двигательная активность для снятия мышечного напряжения


 Pass the envelope.

Stand in a circle. Pass the envelope while the music plays. When the music

stops, the student who has the envelope takes a card out of it and makes a

true sentence with the word on the card. Use the verbs: like / love / don’t mind / don’t like / hate and the

object pronouns him / her / it / them

Model: TV series. I enjoy watching them because they are exciting.

 A comedy. I don’t mind watching it because it’s amusing; etc.


P1 – P2

P2 – P3 P3-P4

  На доске

like / love / don’t mind / don’t like / hate and the

object pronouns him / her / it / them.

Слайд 13 и музыкальное сопровождение




6.  Прослушивание диалога-интервью



Развитие умений восприятия и понимания речи на слух с извлечением основной информации




Let’s open our books on page 76.

Ex. 5a, b The task is to listen to the interview between Kate and her grandparents and make true sentences about their likes and dislikes.

Kate: Excuse me. I’m from the “School TV” programme. Can I ask you a few questions?

Granny: Yes, sure. I want to be on TV!

Kate: So, do you often watch TV?

Granny: Yes! I love it! I watch it all day!

Kate: Oh, really? Do you ever watch the news?

Grandad: Yes, very often. It’s interesting.

Kate: I see. What about quiz shows?

Granny: Sometimes. They’re amusing.

Kate: I see. Do you often watch romantic films?

Grandad: Never. They’re boring!

Granny: No, they aren’t! They’re touching. I always watch them.

Kate: What about horror films?

Grandad: We never watch horror films. We hate them. They’re scary!

Granny: Yes, they’re horrible!

Kate: OK. Do you watch TV series?

Grandad: Rarely. They’re silly!

Granny: Oh, I like detective TV series! They’re exciting

Kate: Thank you very much.

Grandad: You’re welcome.








Прослушав диалог, учащиеся составляют предложения, используя подстановочную таблицу упр.5b на с.77 учебника.

7. Составление диалогов на базе прослушанного диалога -образца

Развитие умений говорения по заданной теме






Формирование критического и  избирательного отношения к просмотру телепередач.

In exercise 6а on page 77 you can read the questions and answers for your dialogue. Work in pairs and do the task.

Now say three facts about your partner’s favourite TV programmes and films ( exercise 6b ,page 77)



It’s very important to remember that TV can be a friend as one poem says but we shouldn’t spend too much time watching it because we have many other favourite activities and we have our families and friends to enjoy spending our time with them. Do you agree with me? Of course, you do.










Учащиеся в классе составляют свой диалог-интервью и меняются ролями

8.Конец урока

Подведение итогов  Итоговая рефлексия.

Your hometask is to interview your partner about his favourite programmes and films using  the dialogue of ex.6 p.77 which we’ve done at the lesson.

Thank you for your work.

I hope all of you liked your activities today. Let’s share your feelings about the lesson and your work.

And give your record-books for your marks.  All of you are getting your marks for reciting the poem and for your active work at the lesson. Good bye! Have a nice day!



P2 - CL


Домашнее задание записывается  на доске



На доске опора

I enjoyed / liked/ disliked watching a video/ listening to the dialogue/ etc.



A pass to a successful career X Form

Тема урока: A pass to a successful career

Класс: 10 (повышенный уровень)

Цели: развитие у учащихся умений делать сообщения в ходе обсуждения задания по теме; развитие умений понимать на слух аутентичный англоязычный текст; развитие умений рассуждать на английском языке, обобщая услышанное, включая и свой собственный жизненный опыт; развитие умений прогнозирования

Оборудование: учебник, видеозапись, раздаточный материал: карточки со словами и заданиями, разноцветные листы для рисования Time Maps


Lesson brief:

  1. Our goals for the lesson (1 min)

Our goal is to discuss the role of further education while making up a successful career forecast with the help of the Time Map

What’ll we need to achieve it?

Suitable grammar and vocabulary

Listening skills

Skills of getting and interpreting information

Storytelling skills

Creativity and imagination


  1. Speaking practice (4 min)

SB ex.1a, p. 72

Read the statements and explain their meaning.

  • If you have a degree, you have a job.
  • Degrees aren’t worth anything.


III. Listening (10 min)

One of the greatest speeches ever/Steve Jobs

NEW Words:

Drop out – to stop doing something before you have completely finished (Cambridge Dictionary)

College tuition – the money paid for teaching in a college

To figure something out – to find the solution to a problem after a lot of thought

Typography – the design of the writing on a computer screen; the style and size of the letters used in printing


Listen to one of the best motivation speeches and answer the questions

  • Did Steve Jobs continue his education after he dropped out college? (Yes, he did)
  • What did he start doing after that? What course did he choose? (He began dropping in on the classes that looked far more interesting for him. He chose calligraphy)
  • What advice does Steve Jobs give in the end? (You have to trust in something good because it will give you the confidence to fallow your heart)
  • What is the main idea of his speech in your opinion? (pupils’ own variants, which should lead to the idea that further education is very important for people even if they stop getting higher education)


Well after listening to Steve Jobs can you say that higher education is always a pass to a successful career. Why/ why not? (pupils’ own variants)


  1. Group discussion (15 min)

(The pupils are divided into 3 groups voluntary and choose the cards with the names John Green, Steve Gray and Peter Smith)


The pupils get the cards with the beginning of the story, task and useful vocabulary:

Three friends are leaving school and planning their future. Their names are John Green, Steve Gray and Peter Smith. They are smart, hard-working, diligent and ambitious students showing high academic results. But only John Green is going to enter a university just after leaving school. Steve Gray wants to enter a vocational school. As for Peter Smith he is going to start working just after the Graduation Day…


The task! Think of all possible positive ways of the development of their future successful career. Then take the paper and draw The Time Map showing on it the stages of this development.


(While the pupils are fulfilling the task, the teacher is watching them, answering the questions or explaining some difficult points)

  1. Group storytelling! (10 min)

Now continue the story of the three friends describing all the ways to a successful career.

Groups present their forecasts to the class.

  1. Conclusion and results! (5 min)

Well, do you remember what goal we have set in the beginning?  

Have we proved that education is necessary to a successful career? Why or why not?

How difficult is it for you to make up a successful career forecast?

VII Home task:

Draw the Time Map for your future career and make up a story about it.


Appendix 1

Useful Vocabulary

Enter a vocational school/ a university

Start working

Drop out college/ university/ the job

Have an/ no idea of something

Work out OK/ successfully/ well

Drop in on useful courses/ classes/ lectures

Give somebody the confidence

Follow somebody’s heart

Succeed in life

Follow /step off the well-worn path

See the value of something


Get knowledge/experience

Reveal and realize your talents

Have more interesting job

Get promotion

Have higher self-esteem

Become professional in your field

Apply the knowledge you gain

Invest to education

Improve your life

Figure something out

Trust in something good