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					                  LIFE AND YOUTH OF HENRY,VIII
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                 по истории языка в 9 классе по теме
                   “LIFE AND YOUTH OF HENRY,VIII”

Цели урока:
-практический аспект - совершенствование умений практического
владения учащимися английским языком по теме «История
Великобритании», развитие коммуникативных и личностно –
познавательных навыков;

-образовательный аспект - расширение кругозора учащихся; развитие у
них общих и специальных умений, позволяющих совершенствовать
учебную деятельность по овладению английским языком;
- воспитательный аспект - стимулирование учащихся к самостоятельной
работе, развитие умений работать в коллективе и принимать совместные
решения, развитие духа командного соревнования, формирование и
развитие организаторских способностей учащихся;

- развивающий аспект - развитие креативных способностей учащихся,
способностей использовать английский язык при создании
индивидуального проекта по теме;
-социокультурный аспект - расширение объема знаний учащихся об
истории, культуре, традициях Великобритании;

Задачи урока (учебные):
-обобщить пройденную информацию по теме «Жизнь и молодые годы
правления Генриха VIII»;
-совершенствовать коммуникативные умения учащихся (подготовленная и
неподготовленная устная речь) в соответствии с заданной ситуацией
общения;

-совершенствовать умения аудирования с целью получения необходимой
информации;

-совершенствовать умения поискового чтения;

-отрабатывать фонетические навыки на конкретных примерах,
направленных на решение коммуникативной задачи;

- привитие навыков самостоятельной работы по дальнейшему овладению
иноязычной культурой;
- обучение проектной деятельности: разработка генеологического древа
династии Тюдоров.

Задачи познавательного, развивающего, воспитательного
компонентов урока:
- развивать умение применения полученных знаний при решении
конкретной коммуникативной задачи (развитие социокультурной
компетенции);

- прививать интерес к истории, культуре, традициям Великобритании,
приобретение знаний о национальных символах, географии, экономике
Англии как части Соединенного Королевства в эпоху правления Генриха
VIII;

- воспитывать умение работать в коллективе, группе;

- удовлетворение личных познавательных интересов учащихся;

- развитие речевых способностей (фонематический слух, догадка,
трансформация, моделирование) и психических функций
(аудиовизуальные виды памяти, восприятие, творческое воображение);

- развитие мотивации к дальнейшему овладению иноязычной культурой на
уроках лингвострановедения, привитие уважения к культуре, жителям
Великобритании (в частности, Англии).

Культуроведческий фон развития речевых умений:
- географическое, религиозное и социокультурное положение
Великобритании в эпоху правления Генриха VIII;

- национально – культурные стереотипы в Англии в эпоху правления
Генриха VIII;
- место Англии как части Соединенного королевства в экономической и
общественно – политической жизни целой страны в эпоху правления
Генриха VIII.

Урок разработан в рамках темы “Places of History. Linking Past and
Present” (Unit 1), и расширяет рамки программы дополняя разделы Unit 1
“The House of Tudor” (стр. 29), “Famous People”(стр. 34).

Учебник: О.В.Афанасьева, И.В.Михеева. Английский язык. Учебник для
школ с углубленным изучением английского языка, лицеев и гимназий. М.:
Просвещение, 2007. – 239с.
Оборудование:
-флипчарт для демонстрации проектной деятельности;
- интерактивная доска;
- м/м проектор;

- компьютер;

-раздаточный материал в печатном виде и на слайде (задания к
аудированию, чтению);

-слайд с портретом короля Генриха VIII;

-слайд с иллюстрациями к речевой зарядке;

- слайд с фонетической зарядкой;
- слайд с текстом фонетической зарядки к аудированию;
- слайд с вопросами к аудированию;

- слайд с заданиями к аудированию;

-слайд с текстом для чтения, иллюстрации к нему;
-слайд с лексикой для перевода текста;

- слайды с заданиями по чтению (работа с текстом);
-слайд с образцом монологического высказывания по теме;

-слайд с генеалогическим древом династии Тюдоров;

-анимационная м/м презентация;
-чистые бланки династии Тюдоров для проектной деятельности;

- материалы для проектной деятельности;
-справочный материал для учителя.
Ход урока

I.Оргмомент (0,5 мин)
1. Учащиеся рассаживаются произвольно в группы по пять человек. На
интерактивной доске представлен слайд с портретом короля Генриха VIII
(Приложение 1).

2. Приветственное слово учителя:

Teacher (T): Good afternoon, ladies and gentlemen. I am glad to see you.

Pupils (P): Good afternoon, teacher. We are glad to see you too.

3. Установка учителя на урок

T: Today’s lesson will be merry and serious at the same time. We’ll try to generalize
your knowledge on history and culture of Great Britain during the period of reign of
Henry VIII, find out and learn something new.

II. Warming up (Речевая зарядка) (5-7 мин)
   T: To begin with, I’d like to ask you some questions.

1. What associations have you got when I mention the following words: Britain,
British Empire, Lion and Unicorn, Coronation, Merry England, English breakfast,
English Heritage, English Channel, Thames Flood Barrier?
(Pupils give the brief characteristics of each region mentioned)
На интерактивной доске представлен слайд с иллюстрациями данных понятий
(Приложение 2).
Справочный материал для учителя по данному заданию представлен в
Приложении 3.

2. Imagine you have a chance to find yourself in British Court for 2 weeks. Who
would you like to be your king and why? Explain your choice in 5-6 phrases (Pupils
produce micro-monologs about the particular features of British monarchy of
different ages).

3. When we go sightseeing we usually take pictures of the places we see. Do you
think it’s interesting to look at these pictures when you’re back home? Why? What
places of interest would you like to visit in Britain? Name them (Pupils give
answers).

III. Phonetic Drill (фонетическая зарядка) (2 мин)
T: Form as many names of the towns and cities of Great Britain using the following
word – parts.
  Chester         pool        fast        Brad
  New             Brigh       diff        field
  Liver           ford        Bel         tol
  Birming         Strat       Glas        Ro
  bridge          Edin        Man         ford
  Castle          Lon         ton         Ox
  Shef            Car         Bris        Cam
  ham             gow         burgh       don
  ford            Chester
  Keys:
  Manchester   Rochester    Glasgow     Cardiff
  Brighton     Bristol      London      Liverpool
  Sheffield    Stratford    Oxford      Cambridge
  Bradford     New Castle   Edinburgh   Birmingham



На интерактивной доске представлен слайд с составными частями названий
городов Великобритании (Приложение 4).



IV. Listening (аудирование) + приложения 5- 7.             (10 мин)

a)    Lexics (фонетическая зарядка). Слова даны на доске с переводом.
T: Repeat after me the new words, which will help you to understand the text
properly. Give the synonyms of these words.

Memories                           Воспоминания                  remembrance

Horror                             Ужас                          Terror,fear

Crowned                            Коронованный

Glory                              Процветание                   Prosperity,florship

Diverse                            Разносторонний                Sophisticated,many-
                                                                 sided

A true catholic                    Правоверный                   ----

Anti-Lutheran                      Анти-лютеранский              ----

Defender of the Faith              Защитник веры                 ----

Broke away from the                Порвал с католической         Get rid of the Catholic
Catholic Church                    церковью                      Church, break off the
                                                                 Catholic Church

Set up his own Church of           Основал свою собственную      Started his own
England                            Англиканскую церковь          Church of England
Supreme head                Верховный глава                  -----

He was short of money       У него не было денег             He was out of money

wealth                      богатство                        richness




На интерактивной доске представлен слайд с лексикой по аудированию
(Приложение 5).

b) T: Now look attentively at the questions written on the blackboard, try to
understand the text and find out the correct answer.
Questions:

1. When did the Tudor family come to power?
2. What did Henry VIII do for the glory of England?
3. What was Henry VIII interested in?
4. What title was he awarded and why?
На интерактивной доске представлен слайд с вопросами (Приложение 6)


c) Текст аудирования читается 1 раз.

The Tudor family came to power after the Wars of Roses. These were civil wars
between the houses of York (white rose) and Lancaster (red rose), both of whom
claimed the throne. Memories of the horrors of these wars were still alive when
Henry VII, who was just the second Tudor king crowned. The young king, handsome,
gifted and athletic did much for the glory of England. His talents were diverse – he
was interested in music, books and sport. The young king paid a lot of attention to
religious questions. He was a true catholic and by 1521 he had written an Anti-
Lutheran book, for which a grateful Pope awarded him the title of Defender of the
Faith. But only ten years later Henry VIII broke away from the Catholic Church and
set up his own Church of England. The king made himself the Supreme Head of this
new Church, and began to close the monasteries. Henry did this because he was short
of money of the monasteries for himself.
There were a lot of reasons for breaking away from Rome, but the main reason was a
romantic one.

T: Now answer the questions.

 d)      T: Write down the missing information as a date, word or word combination
 in a proper place. You will listen to the text twice.
Запишите недостающую информацию в виде цифры, слова или словосочетания
в отведенное для этого место. Текст аудирования читается 2 раза.
Civil wars between the houses of:    B1                                      York and
                                                                             Lancaster
Henry was the:                      B2     ..Tudor king crowned.              second
He did much for the:                B3     ..Of England.                        glory
By:                                 B4     ..He had written an Anti-            1521
                                           Lutheran book.
The title of:                        B5                                   Defender of
                                                                            the Faith
But only:                           B6     ..Henry VIII broke away           10 years
                                           from the Catholic Church.

Данное задание соответствует заданиям В1-В6 формата ЕГЭ.
(С опорой на раздаточный материал. Приложение 7).
В колонке 3 представлены ответы для учителя.

V. Reading and text work in groups (обучение поисковому чтению) +
приложения 8-12. (15 мин)
a) На интерактивной доске и в раздаточном материале представлен слайд с
текстом для чтения (Приложение 8).

Catherine of           Only a few weeks after his coronation Henry married his
Aragon                 brother’s widow, a beautiful Spanish princess, Catherine of
                       Aragon. She was nice and clever and was a true friend to
                       her husband, but she failed to give him a son and after ten
                       years of their marriage England had to heir. Henry thought
                       that England would be weak if there were no king to follow
                       him and didn’t want his country to have civil wars again.

Anne Boleyn            This problem had troubled Henry for many years when he
                       met Anne Boleyn, a lady-in-waiting. Anne was not a
                       beauty and had six fingers on one of her hands, but the
                       king fell madly in love with her. Henry asked the Pope to
                       give him a divorce so that he could marry again and
                       explained that Catherine had first been his elder brother’s
                       wife, who had died very young. He thought that it had been
                       a sin to marry his brother’s widow and that the absence of
                       sons was his punishment. But the Pope refused and that
                       made the king of England break away from the Catholic
                       Church. Henry also proclaimed Mary, the daughter he had
                       by this marriage, illegitimate. Henry divorce Catherine and
                       married Anne Boleyn, but she didn’t give him a son either
                       and when Henry got tired of her he had her executed. By
                       his second marriage Henry had another daughter,
                      Elizabeth, whom he also proclaimed illegitimate.

Jane Seymour          Ten days after Ann Boleyn’s execution the king married
                      his third wife, Jane Seymour, who did give him a son, but
                      died twelve days later.

Anne of Cleves        After Jane Seymour’s death the king was extremely
                      unhappy. But an artist brought him back a portrait of Anne
                      Cleves and Henry approved of it. Anne didn’t speak
                      English, didn’t know who this fat strange was, so she more
                      or less ignored Henry. She was a dull domestic German
                      lady.

Catherine Howard      All in all Henry VIII had six wives. As he grew older the
                      king became suspicious and ruthless. His fifth wife,
                      Catherine Howard, was beheaded in the Tower.

Catherine Parr        The last one, Catherine Parr would have followed her but
                      she was lucky enough to survive the king.
                      King Henry VIII left three children: Mary by Catherine of
                      Aragon, Elizabeth by Anne Boleyn and Edward, the Prince
                      of Wales, by Jane Seymour (Приложение 9).

На интерактивной доске и в раздаточном материале представлен слайд с
незнакомой лексикой для помощи в переводе текста (Приложение 10).
Words necessary for the translation of the text:
Catherine of Aragon                        Екатерина Арагонская

Heir                                    Наследник

Anne Boleyn                             Анна Болейн

Lady-in-waiting                         Фрейлина королевы

Fell madly in love                      Безумно влюбиться

Divorce                                 Развод

Absence                                 Отсутствие

Proclaim                                Объявить

Illegitimate                            Незаконнорожденный

He had her executed                     Он казнил ее

Jane Seymour                            Джейн Сеймур
Who did give him a son                       Которая все-таки родила ему сына

All in all                                   Всего

Suspicious                                   Подозрительный

Ruthless                                     Безжалостный

Catherine Howard                             Екатерина Говард

To be beheaded                               Быть обезглавленным

Catherine Parr                               Екатерина Парр

Was lucky enough to survive the king         Ей повезло пережить короля

Foresee                                      Предугадать

To get rid of                                Избавиться от


b) Text work in groups (работа с текстом).


Multiply choice. (Приложение 11).

T: Look at the statements or questions and choose the correct beginning or ending.
1. The Tudor family came to power…. .
a) after the Hundred Years’ War
b) after the War with Ireland

c) after the War of Roses
2. By 1521 Henry VIII had written an Anti – Lutheran book for which a grateful
Pope awarded him the title of…
a) Supreme Head of his new church

b) Defender of the Faith
c) Hammer of the Scots

3. Henry VIII closed the monasteries because…
a) he wanted to get their wealth and lands

b) he was an atheist
c) he quarreled with his first wife

4. Henry VIII wanted to divorce Catherine of Aragon because
a) she loved his brother
b) she didn’t give him a son

c) she had a nasty character

5. Henry VIII had his second wife, Anne Boleyn, executed because

a) she didn’t give him a son

b) she had six fingers on her hand

c) she was the mother of Elizabeth, who later became the greatest monarch England
had ever known
6. Henry VIII broke away from the Catholic Church because…
a) the Pope refused to allow Henry to divorce Catherine of Aragon

b) the Pope told Henry that his marriage to Catherine was a sin

c) Henry wanted to become a protestant
7. Henry VIII wanted to have a son because…

a) he thought that England would be weak if there were no King to follow him
b) he hated girls

c) he wanted to have somebody to play football with

8. All in all Henry VIII had…
a) eight wives

b) five wives
c) six wives

9. After Henry’s death…came to the throne.

a) his daughter Elizabeth

b) his wife Anne Boleyn
c) his son Edward
10…..became the greatest monarch England has ever known.

a)   Mary
b)   Elizabeth
c)   Catherine of Aragon
d)   Edward, Prince of Wales.


Put the sentences in correct order (Приложение 12):
       Henry divorced Catherine of Aragon
       Henry had Anne Boleyn executed
       Henry was born
       Henry wrote an anti-Lutheran book
       Henry became ruthless and suspicious
       Edward, prince of Wales was born
       Henry married Ann Boleyn
       Henry broke away from Rome
       Mary was born
       Henry set up a new Church of England
       Henry had his fifth wife executed
       Elizabeth was born
       Henry fell in love with Anne Boleyn
       Henry married Catherine of Aragon
       Henry closed the monasteries
       Henry married Jane Seymour
       Henry became King of England
       Henry married Catherine Parr
       Henry died



VI. Brush up-A minute of Consideration (закрепление материала).
Приложение 13. (3-4 мин)

T: Imagine that you are the King Henry VIII or one of his wives. Tell a few words
about your life the role you play in history.

Example:

Henry VIII (1509-1547) – Claim to fame

      Got rid of the Catholic Church in England and made himself head of the new
       Church. That gave him the chance to divorce his first wife and also to steal the
       reaches of the Catholic Church.
      He built the first modern navy.
    He liked hunting, eating, riding, eating, archery, eating, music, eating…and
     getting his own way.
    All in all he had six wives.

  VII. Project work.      (6-8 мин)
На интерактивной доске представлен слайд с генеалогическим древом династии
Тюдоров. (Приложение 14).

Ученикам раздаются чистые бланки с пропусками в генеалогическим древе
династии Тюдоров и предлагается следующее задание творческого характера:

Fill in the gaps with the missing information, put in the dates of reign, life and death;
denote the main historic role of the members of Tudors’ family; distinguish those
members of the dynasty who ruled England, sign them with different colours.

T: Now you are going to work in groups. Look at your forms and try to create a
special table of the Tudors’ Dynasty. Fill in the gaps with the missing information,
put in the dates of reign, life and death; denote the main historic role of the members
of Tudors’ family; distinguish those members of the dynasty who ruled England,
sign them with different colours.Then come to the blackboard and present your
projects.

VIII. Home work.      (0,5 мин)
T: Chose any queen or king of Great Britain and speak about him/her. Make the m/m
presentation.
Reference material for teachers.

Britain        A frequently - used name for Great Britain or the United Kingdom.
               It comprises England, Wales, and Scotland on the island of Great
               Britain, and Northern Ireland on the island of Ireland (Britannia)

British        The empire of Britain, which began in the sixteenth and
Empire         seventeenth centuries with the establishment of colonies in North
               America, and ended in the twentieth century as dozens of nations,
               formerly British possessions, became independent.
               Cultural Note At its height at the beginning of the 20th century, it
               covered more than one – fifth of the land mass of the globe and
               was the largest empire of the world ever known. George V reigned
               over 11,400,000 sq miles of territory and a population of 410
               million. Moreover, the British Empire differed from its
               predecessors in that its territory was not continuous, or even
               relatively continuous. Its ramifications embraced every continent,
               its interests were paramount on every sea.
               The expance of its territory was matched only by the complexity of
               its organization. The empire included:
               -self-governing dominious – Australia, Canada, New Zealand and
               the Union of South Africa;
               - crown colonies not possessing responsible government – some
               with an elected house of assembly, some with a partly legislative
               council, some with a legislative council nominated by the crown
               and some without any provision;
               -a number of dependencies indirectly controlled by the secretary of
               state for the colonies, and a miscellaneous collection of territories
               administrated by the India Office, the Foreign Office, the
               Admiralty and the Home Office.
               The empire ceased to have an “emperor” in the late 1940s, when
               the British king renounced the title “emperor of India”. The empire
               has been succeeded by the commonwealth.

Lion and       A heraldic sign of the British crown. Lion has been used as a
Unicorn        symbol of national strength and Unicorn as the symbol of purity.

Coronation     A ceremony involving the anointing and crowning of the king or
               queen at or near the start of a reign.

Merry          A traditional concept of “good old England”, in particular the
England        England of Elizabeth times (the 16th century), when life is
               imagined to have been generally pleasant and the national mood
               one of optimism (“merry”, now meaning “cheerful”, “jolly”, meant
               “pleasant” in the 16th century)
English         A traditional breakfast consisting of cooked bacon and eggs,
breakfast       preceded by porridge and followed by toast and marmalade, and
                accompanying drink being usually coffee, although also tea. Such
                breakfasts have in recent years given way to a lighter meal, the so-
                called “continental breakfast”.

English         The short name of the Historic Buildings and Monuments
Heritage        Commission for England, a government body set up in 1984 to
                care for ancient monuments and historic buildings in England and
                to encourage the public to visit them. At present English Heritage
                has about 400 such sites under its care, including such famous
                structures as Stonehenge, Dover Castle and parts of Hadrian’s
                wall.

English         The area of the sea between England and France.
Channel         Cultural Note The English Channel has kept out invaders for a
                thousand years. Nowadays, Britain wants to welcome tourists, but
                the crossing makes travelling between Britain and the rest of
                Europe inconvenient and time consuming. Despite that, about 18,1
                million people visit Britain every year. Half of these people come
                to England by ferry or hovercraft.
                The English Channel is one of the busiest stretches of water in the
                world and Dover, on the south of England is the busiest passenger
                terminal in Europe. In august, the most popular month for visitors,
                there are 50 ferry and 14 hovercraft crossings between Dover and
                Calais every day. There are many routes across the English
                Channel but the fastest trip is the 35-minute hovercraft crossing
                between Dover and Calais.

Thames          A structure built at Woolwich in London to control very high tides
Flood Barrier   to protect the city from floods.

				
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