Конспект урока по английскому языку «Книги в нашей жизни»

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Конспект урока по английскому языку «Книги в нашей жизни» Составитель: учитель иностранного языка Антипова О.А.

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textbook d i c t i o n a r y biography encyclopedia bible n o n f i c t i o n guidebook

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Books in Our Life

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A book is one of the greatest wonders in the world... Thanks to books we can talk to people who lived in different ages and countries. Through reading books we hear their voices, thoughts and feelings. The book is faithful and undemanding friend: it can be put aside and taken up again at any moment. Valentin Katayev

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How to give an opinion: • In my opinion /From my point of view... • If you ask me... • If you want my opinion... • As I see it... • As far as I'm able to judge... • It would seem to me (that)… • I reckon... How to agree with an opinion: • I'd go along with smb. There / on that. • I take smb.'s point. • I couldn't agree more. • I'm with smb. there / on that. • (Yes,) that's exactly my opinion / that's just how I see it / that's how I feel. How to half-agree with an opinion: • Yes, I agree to a point / in a way. • Yes, perhaps you are (he / she is) right. • I don't (quite) agree. • I think that would be a mistake. • I don't understand / see why...

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Listen to the episodes from different types of books. What type of book is it? Why?

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Match the names of Russian and English-speaking writers and the kinds of books they wrote. Example: Agatha Christie wrote detective stories and plays. Agatha Christie, Mark Twain, Jack London, Charles Dickens, Bernard Shaw, Lewis Carroll, Robert Louis Stevenson, William Shakespeare, Chase, Arthur Conan Doyle, Stephen King; Alexander Pushkin, Anna Akhmatova, Anton Chekhov, Vassily Shukshin, Nikolay Gogol, Alexander Belyaev.

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Agatha Christie (1890-1976) The ABC Murders There Were None The Mousetrap Hickory Dickory Dock Witness for the Prosecution Murder on the Orient Express Death on the Nile

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Mark Twain (1835 – 1910 ) The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn The Adventures of Tom Sawyer

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Jack London (1876 – 1916 ) Call of the Wild White Fang Burning Daylight The Road John Barleycorn The Sea Wolf The Iron Heel

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Charles Dickens (1812-1870) A Christmas Carol A Message from the Sea A Tale of Two Cities All The Year Round American Notes Barnaby Rudge Bleak House David Copperfield Dombey and Son

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Bernard Shaw (1856-1950 )

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Lewis Carroll (1832 – 1898 ) Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland Through the Looking-Glass The Hunting of the Shark Jabberwocky

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Robert Louis Stevenson (1850 – 1894 ) The Black Arrow: A Tale of the Two Roses Prince Otto Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde Kidnapped The Master of Ballantrae The Wrong Box

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William Shakespeare (26 April 1564 – 23 April 1616 ) All’s Well That Ends Well As You Like It A Midsummer Night’s Dream Twelfth Night, or What You Will

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James Hadley Chase (1906 - 1985 )

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Arthur Conan Doyle (1859 – 1930 )

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Stephen King (21 September 1947)

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Alexander Pushkin (1799-1837) My days still linger, slow and rough Each moment multiplies the sadness Within the heart of hapless love Disturbing all the hopes of madness I'm silent; not a word I breathe. I weep, my tears -- my consolation My soul, held captive by the grief Still finds delight in this sensation. No longer do I care if life goes by, O, hollow phantom into darkness flee; The sorrow of my love is dear to me-- If I die loving, then I pray let die!

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Anna Akhmatova (1889-1966) Evening White Flock Without a Hero Requiem Way of All the Earth You Will Hear Thunder A Stranger to Heaven and Earth

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Anton Chekhov (1860-1904) The Cherry Orchard The Wife A Dreary Story

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Vassily Shukshin (1929-1974) My Brother In the Autumn I Want To Live Before the Cock Calls Thrice Point of View

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Nikolay Gogol (1809-1852) Evenings on a Farm near Dikanka Mirgorod Taras Bulba The Diary of a Madman The Nose The Overcoat The Government Inspector The Marriage Dead Souls An Author's Confession

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Alexander Belyaev (1884-1942) Professor Dowell's Head The Amphibian

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Конверт № 1. (M. Twain, R. Kipling, C. Bronte, J.R.R. Tolkien, W. Shakespeare, L. Carroll, J.K. Rowling, C. Dickens) Конверт № 2. (“Alice in Wonderland”, “The Prince and the Pauper”, “The Jungle Book”, “Jane Eyre”, “Hamlet”, “Harry Potter”, “The Lord of the Rings”, “David Copperfield”.) Конверт № 3. (Aragorn, Tom Canty, the Cheshire-Cat, Mowgli, Mrs. Reeds, Claudius, Peggotty, Lord Voldemort)

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Test 1) Where was Jack London born? (San Francisco, New York, London) 2) How many plays did W. Shakespeare write? (47, 37, 77) 3) When did Mark Twain become famous? (1845, 1855, 1865) 4) What did Ernest Hemingway do to earn money for living? (sailor, boxer, doctor) 5) Where did Agatha Christie get her education? (at Oxford, at Cambridge, at home) 6) How many books did James Hadly Chase write? (78, 89, 103) 7) Who wrote “Ivanhoe”? (M. Twain, C. Dickens, W. Scott) 8) The author of the classic vampire tale “Dracula” is … (B. Stoker, R.B. Sheridan, R. Dahl) 9) For what is South West Scotland famous for? (R. Burns, W. Shakespeare, T. Hardy) 10) Whose birthplace is the historic town of Stratford-upon-Avon known? (G. Eliot, Jerome K. Jerome, W. Shakespeare)

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Reading books is useful and interesting. Books help us to solve the problems of our life. We learn a lot of new facts about famous people, lands and countries from books. Books help us to make new friends. Books are useful because they learn us to plan our time and life. Reading books is a popular hobby of people of different ages. Books have beautiful pictures and photos. Books are not very expensive. Books help pupils to study better.