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FRIENDLY RELATIONS ARE THE SOURCE OF UNDERSTANDING AND WEALTH OF THE FAMILY

( After O. Karpiuk’s book,11, Standard Level)

 

Suggested level – B1

 

Ludmyla STRELCHENKO

a teacher of English

secondary school of Hubynykha,

Novomoskovsk district,

Dnipropetrivsk region

 

Oblectives:

-to activate the topic-related lexis;

- to make the pupils aware of the importance and role of the family in their life;

- to increase pupils’ active involvement in all areas of the language practice;

- to foster pupils’ thinking, imagination and attention;

- to practise interaction and production.

Equipment: text for listening, texts for reading, cards.

 

                                                                      PROCEDURE

 

І. INTRODUCTION

T: I am sure everybody is interested in the topic of today’s lesson. We can hardly imagine our life without our family. Sometimes we love them, sometimes not, but they are the people, who love und support us and never betray.

At the lesson today we are going to speak about the things that make family strong  and friendly.

Role-play game “ You should…” on the basis of the advice for parents and their children pupils wrote at home.( pupils are divided into 2 groups : ‘ parents” and “children”

 

 

II.WARM-UP

 

Listen to a short story “The bundle of sticks” and think  what does this tale teach us.

Text for listening

The bundle of sticks

 

            Once an old man, who thought he would not live long, called his sons. “ Bring me a bundle of sticks,” he said. The young man did so. The father tied the sticks together and gave the bundle to his youngest son. “ Can you break this bundle of sticks?’ he asked. The boy tried to do so. “ No, Father. I can’t”, he said. “ Then give the bundle to your brothers. Perhaps one of them can do it”. The brothers all tried, but with the same result. Then the old man untied the bundle and gave one stick to each son and said; “ Can you break one stick?” “ Of course”, said the young men and each broke his stick.

“ You see,” said the father, “ if you live in friendship, you will be stronger. Union is  strength”.

 

Useful phrases

I think…

In my opinion…

I am sure…

I’m fully convinced that…

 

ІІI. MAIN PART

 

PRACTICE IN READING THE TEXT “ FESTIVAL FOR FAMILIES”

Pre-reading activity:

  1. Answer the questions:
    • Do you have any family traditions? What are they?
    • Do you like to spend time with your family?
    • What traditions do you consider interesting\ boring?

Reading

Festivals for Families

 

     There was a festival in a large city. It was put on by people who wanted to share who they are. These people had their families come from different countries.

     This festival was for families. Many families came out to learn about life in different countries. The countries are located in Central America, a place south to the United States. There were twenty one different Latin countries sharing their way of life at the festival.

     People who came to the festival could taste food made like they are in the other countries. They were able to listen to Latin music. There was dancing as well.

     The weather was nice which made a good day to walk around and see it all. Some people were showing things that they made. People could buy these things from them.

     This festival has been going on for 10 years. Each year more people come. They had a very large crowd this year. The festival was free and many people enjoyed it.

 

Post-reading activity:

Answer the questions of the card HO1 in no more than 3 words

 

HO1

  1. What kind of city was the festival in?_________________
  2. Who was this festival for?________________________
  3. Where are the countries situated?___________________
  4. How many countries shared their way of life at the festival?_______________
  5. What could the people at the festival taste?_____________
  6. What could the people listen to?_____________________
  7. What was the weather like that day?________________
  8. How long has the festival exited?___________________

 

Role-play the situations ( exercise 8 on p. 92 of your PB)

 

Group Work: Divide the pupils into 2 groups. The first one writes the list of the ways to describe successful relationships, the second group writes the list of the ways to describe unsuccessful relationships. The winner is the group with the longest list.

 

Group Work. Writing. Every group has the task to write their own ideas about what parents can do to live happily with their   teenage children. Write some ideas in the form of 1st Conditional.

 

Grammar point.You know that children learn as they live. A child’s character is affected by the attitude of parents towards him or her. I would like you to read  the poem by Dorothy Nolte and rewrite it using the 3 rd Conditional ( see “ Grammar Reference”, p283 and PB, p80)

 

 

 

IF…

If a child lives with criticism,

He learns to condemn.

If a child lives with hostility,

He learns to fight.

If a child lives with ridicule,

He learns to to be shy.

If a child lives with shame,

He learns to feel guilty.

If a child lives with tolerance,

He learns to be patient.

If a child lives with encouragement,

He learns confidence.

If a child lives with praise,

He learns to appreciate.

If a child lives with fairness,

He learns  justice.

If a child lives with security,

He learns to have faith.

If a child lives with approval,

He learns to like himself.

If a child lives with acceptance and friendship,

He learns to find love in the world.

 

IV. SUMMING-UP

 

Our lesson is coming to the end.  We’ve done a lot of work. Can we say now that the best and the dearest thing in our life is our family?

 

V. HOME ASSIGNMRNT

 

 Do exercise 6 on p.91.

Thank you for sharing your ideas and opinions and for your hard work at the lesson. You’ve really tried your best. And never forget that our family is a real treasure for us.

 

 

 

 

 

FRIENDLY RELATIONS ARE THE SOURCE OF UNDERSTANDING AND WEALTH OF THE FAMILY

( After O. Karpiuk’s book,11, Standard Level)

 

Suggested level – B1

 

Ludmyla STRELCHENKO

a teacher of English

secondary school of Hubynykha,

Novomoskovsk district,

Dnipropetrivsk region

 

Oblectives:

-to activate the topic-related lexis;

- to make the pupils aware of the importance and role of the family in their life;

- to increase pupils’ active involvement in all areas of the language practice;

- to foster pupils’ thinking, imagination and attention;

- to practise interaction and production.

Equipment: text for listening, texts for reading, cards.

 

                                                                      PROCEDURE

 

І. INTRODUCTION

T: I am sure everybody is interested in the topic of today’s lesson. We can hardly imagine our life without our family. Sometimes we love them, sometimes not, but they are the people, who love und support us and never betray.

At the lesson today we are going to speak about the things that make family strong  and friendly.

Role-play game “ You should…” on the basis of the advice for parents and their children pupils wrote at home.( pupils are divided into 2 groups : ‘ parents” and “children”

 

 

II.WARM-UP

 

Listen to a short story “The bundle of sticks” and think  what does this tale teach us.

Text for listening

The bundle of sticks

 

            Once an old man, who thought he would not live long, called his sons. “ Bring me a bundle of sticks,” he said. The young man did so. The father tied the sticks together and gave the bundle to his youngest son. “ Can you break this bundle of sticks?’ he asked. The boy tried to do so. “ No, Father. I can’t”, he said. “ Then give the bundle to your brothers. Perhaps one of them can do it”. The brothers all tried, but with the same result. Then the old man untied the bundle and gave one stick to each son and said; “ Can you break one stick?” “ Of course”, said the young men and each broke his stick.

“ You see,” said the father, “ if you live in friendship, you will be stronger. Union is  strength”.

 

Useful phrases

I think…

In my opinion…

I am sure…

I’m fully convinced that…

 

ІІI. MAIN PART

 

PRACTICE IN READING THE TEXT “ FESTIVAL FOR FAMILIES”

Pre-reading activity:

  1. Answer the questions:
    • Do you have any family traditions? What are they?
    • Do you like to spend time with your family?
    • What traditions do you consider interesting\ boring?

Reading

Festivals for Families

 

     There was a festival in a large city. It was put on by people who wanted to share who they are. These people had their families come from different countries.

     This festival was for families. Many families came out to learn about life in different countries. The countries are located in Central America, a place south to the United States. There were twenty one different Latin countries sharing their way of life at the festival.

     People who came to the festival could taste food made like they are in the other countries. They were able to listen to Latin music. There was dancing as well.

     The weather was nice which made a good day to walk around and see it all. Some people were showing things that they made. People could buy these things from them.

     This festival has been going on for 10 years. Each year more people come. They had a very large crowd this year. The festival was free and many people enjoyed it.

 

Post-reading activity:

Answer the questions of the card HO1 in no more than 3 words

 

HO1

  1. What kind of city was the festival in?_________________
  2. Who was this festival for?________________________
  3. Where are the countries situated?___________________
  4. How many countries shared their way of life at the festival?_______________
  5. What could the people at the festival taste?_____________
  6. What could the people listen to?_____________________
  7. What was the weather like that day?________________
  8. How long has the festival exited?___________________

 

Role-play the situations ( exercise 8 on p. 92 of your PB)

 

Group Work: Divide the pupils into 2 groups. The first one writes the list of the ways to describe successful relationships, the second group writes the list of the ways to describe unsuccessful relationships. The winner is the group with the longest list.

 

Group Work. Writing. Every group has the task to write their own ideas about what parents can do to live happily with their   teenage children. Write some ideas in the form of 1st Conditional.

 

Grammar point.You know that children learn as they live. A child’s character is affected by the attitude of parents towards him or her. I would like you to read  the poem by Dorothy Nolte and rewrite it using the 3 rd Conditional ( see “ Grammar Reference”, p283 and PB, p80)

 

 

 

IF…

If a child lives with criticism,

He learns to condemn.

If a child lives with hostility,

He learns to fight.

If a child lives with ridicule,

He learns to to be shy.

If a child lives with shame,

He learns to feel guilty.

If a child lives with tolerance,

He learns to be patient.

If a child lives with encouragement,

He learns confidence.

If a child lives with praise,

He learns to appreciate.

If a child lives with fairness,

He learns  justice.

If a child lives with security,

He learns to have faith.

If a child lives with approval,

He learns to like himself.

If a child lives with acceptance and friendship,

He learns to find love in the world.

 

IV. SUMMING-UP

 

Our lesson is coming to the end.  We’ve done a lot of work. Can we say now that the best and the dearest thing in our life is our family?

 

V. HOME ASSIGNMRNT

 

 Do exercise 6 on p.91.

Thank you for sharing your ideas and opinions and for your hard work at the lesson. You’ve really tried your best. And never forget that our family is a real treasure for us.

 

 

 

 

 

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