Тема стресс по английскому языку

Разработка урока по английскому языку на тему

Тема стресс по английскому языку

Разработка урока английского языка с использованием презентации PowerPoint.

Тема: Стресс

Артюх Татьяна Анатольевна

учитель английского языка

МБОУ «Лицей «Дубна» г. Дубны

Московской области»

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Учебник: «Английский в фокусе», Москва, Express publishing – «Просвещение», 2015.

( 11 класс, Module 2a)

Цели и задачи урока:

  1. совершенствовать коммуникативную компетенцию учащихся;

  2. научиться работать в группах, прислушиваться к мнению партнера;

  3. развивать навыки поискового чтения;

  4. формировать умения говорения на основе прочитанного текста;

  5. разобрать фразы и выражения по теме «Стресс», научить использовать их в рамках заданной ситуации;

  6. повторить закономерности словообразования;

Тип урока: урок изучения нового материала.

Оснащение урока: учебник, мультимедийный проектор, раздаточный материал.

Ход урока:

T: Good morning, students! I am glad to see you. How are you getting on?

Let’s begin our lesson.

  1. Warm-up and specifying the theme of the lesson.

T: Well, we are having some guests today and, consequently, the atmosphere in class is a little unusual. So,

a little nervous

  • While studying for exams, how do students feel?

They feel tense and nervous.

  • When people feel tense and anxious constantly because of difficulties, what can happen to them?

They are stressed.

  • When do you usually feel stressed?

Ss’ answers.

  • And what do you think the theme of our lesson is going to be today?

учащиеся отвечают на вопросы и формируют тему урока (Stress)

  1. Working on the theme of lesson

Reading for specific information

T: Now, please, open your books on p.28-29. Look at the picture and the title of the text. What do you think you are going to read about?

Ss’ answers

T: Well done! And what I’d you to do now is to read the text and fill in the gaps (1-8) in it. You can compare your answers with your partner.

Учащиеся выполняют задание.

T: Well, let’s check your ideas. Listen to the text so that you can confirm the correct answer.

Учащиеся слушают запись текста и проверяют свои ответы.

Checking understanding the text

T: Speaking about stress, we should give a definition of it. So,

  • What is stress? (слайд 3)
  • Why does stress appear? (слайд 4)
  • What happens to people mentally and physically when they are stressed? (слайд 5)
  • How can we deal with it? (слайд 6)
  • What are some ways to reduce stress? (слайды 7-8)

Учащиеся отвечают на вопросы по тексту.

Vocabulary practice

T: I wonder whether you understand all the vocabulary clearly or not.

Ss’ answer

T: For this reason I suggest completing an exercise. Look at the screen. The task is to match the underlined words and phrases in the text with their meaning. (слайд 10)

Учащиеся работают над упражнением и затем проверяют с учителем свои ответы.

Word formation

T: Let’s develop some derivatives from the words I’ve taken from the text. (слайд11) Fill each blank with the correct form.

Учащиеся разрабатывают цепочки слов от слов выбранных учителем из текста. Учительпомогает.

T: Excellent! Now let’s practice our derivatives. (слайд 12)

Учащиеся выполняют упражнение на закрепление словообразования.

Working in groups

T: As our theme is stress today, it’s so interesting to know your opinion on it. And I’d to divide you into two groups.

For the first group the subject of the discussion is “Some stress is a good thing” and for the second – “Some stress is a bad thing”. You need to give me two arguments on your view.

Don’t forget your view should be supported by examples. Also you will choose a speaker to present your ideas. (слайд 13)

Учащиеся работают в 2-х группах. Выполняют задание учителя. Учитель подходит к каждой группе, слушает дискуссию учащихся и при необходимости помогает учащимся.

Monologue

T: Ok, how’s it going? Not too bad? Now I want each group to be listened to. Are there any volunteers to express and prove your viewpoints?

Учитель и учащиеся слушают представителей групп.

T: Well done! Let’s summarize. (слайд 13) – слушая ответы, учитель заполняет таблицу

IV Final stage of the lesson

Hometask (слайд14)

T: Well, now that you have had the arguments and examples, you are ready to comment on the following statement: “Some people find some stress to be a good thing. What is your opinion?” It will be your homework.

And right now I’d to remind you about the key notes of Writing Composition. (слайд 15)

Opinion essays are formal in style. They require your opinion on a topic which must be clearly stated and supported by reasons.

A successful opinion assay should have:

  • an introductory paragraph in which you state the topic and your opinion. You should replace words or word combinations with a number of items associated with the topic.
  • a main body which consist of three paragraphs.

– The paragraph in which you present your two arguments supported by examples.

– The paragraph giving the opposing viewpoint and reasons.

– The paragraph explaining why you don’t agree with the opposing opinion.

  • a conclusion in which you restate your opinion using different words.

Linking words should be used throughout your composition.

As you can see, today I’m not going to give any differentiated task for students who are not so good in English or not going to take State Exam, because all the material and techniques have been studied well enough, but for those who need extra help there’s a detailed scheme of writing. Raise your hands, please, who needs?

OK, come up to me during the break.

Summing-up

T: So, our lesson is going to finish. Did you it? Which activity was the most interesting/ boring/ useful/ complicated for you? Why?

Ученикивысказываются.

T: I the way you have been working today. I’m pleased with … and a bit disappointed with …. Your marks for the lesson are …

T: Thank you for your work today. The lesson is over.

Источник: https://infourok.ru/razrabotka-uroka-po-angliyskomu-yaziku-na-temu-stress-klass-1322817.html

Конспект урока и презентация по английскому языку

Тема стресс по английскому языку

Цель:

ознакомить одноклассников с проблемой стресса и помочь справиться с ним.

Задачи:

1. Теоретический анализ и изучение проблемы «Стресс».

2. Проведение и анализ анкетирования среди одноклассников.

3. Найти пути решения проблемы

What is stress?

Stress is your body's normal reaction to the pressures and challenges of life. Too much stress can make you unhappy or sick.

Signs of stress.

When you are under stress you may have tense muscles, sweaty hands, a fast heart­beat or sleeplessness.

Stress can cause a loss of appetite or overeating, frequent headaches, stomachache's, nausea, nervous tics or stuttering.

People experiencing stress may lose their temper easily, get frustrated about little things, fight or argue a lot, have more accidents and get colds more fre­quently.

Basic types of stress:

1. Positive stress comes from things you enjoy or look forward to. For example, making new friends, playing a sport or acting in a play.

2. Negative stress comes from things you find unpleasant or threatening.

There is no way to avoid negative stress completely. Positive stress helps make our life interesting.

Sources of stress.

Anything that makes you feel excited or uneasy is a source of stress. This happens when you face a challenge or a change. In order to reduce your stress levels you should find out what is causing you to feel stressed. Here are some common causes of stress.

You may feel stressed if you have to take a test, learn a new routine when you change class­es or schools, make new friends or break up with someone, have trouble at home, feel anx­ious about your future not knowing what direction to take in life, etc.

How well you deal with stress?

1. Do you often feel overwhelmed by schoolwork or problems?

2. Do you often lay awake at night worrying?

3. Have you lost interest in things you once enjoyed?

4. Are you spending a lot more time alone, than you used to?

5. do you seem to get sick more than you used to?

6. Do you often wake up in the morning feeling tired?

7. Do you have trouble concentrating?

8. Do you feel you need more time to do all the things you want to do?

9. Are you having a hard time getting alone with people?

10. Is your mood affected by little things?

11. Do you often feel you just want the world to go away?

If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, you may need help dealing with stress.

Some advice for reducing stress.

1. Think about what makes you feel stressed.

Avoid these things when you can.

2. See problems for what they are.

Do not let your reaction to a problem confuse the situation.

Focus on the problem and think about how to solve it.

3. Make up your own mind.

Do not let others push you into doing something that is not right for you.

When you make up your own mind, you will feel better about yourself, and less “stressed out”.

4. Set goals that you can attain.

Ask yourself if there are some things you do not need to do.

5. Be a positive thinker.

Keeping a positive attitude can reduce your stress level.

When you look beyond your problems, you will see that the world is full of opportunities.

6. Learn to plan your time.

Create an action plan to handle a worrying challenge. List what you have to do. Set priorities. Focus on one task at a time.

Divide the task into parts you can manage. A one-step-at-a-time approach divides and conquers anxiety.

7. Prepare for stressful events.

Being well prepared for a test, for example, will strengthen your confidence and help you stay calm on the day of the test.

8. Do not be afraid to fail.

Mistakes are an important part of personal growth. Learning from failures allows you to go on to greater success!

9. Analyse  how you explain failure.

Do you blame yourself? Laying blame and taking responsibilities are two different things. Pessimists blame themselves; optimists don not. Do not say, “I failed because I am stupid or incompetent.” Do say,” I failed because the test covered material I didn't focus on when studying.” In the latter situation you are in control of changing things for the better.

Заключение.

Стресс – это неизбежность, о которой мы должны знать и всегда помнить.

Стресс можно предвидеть. Нужно обязательно подготовиться к его приходу и постараться справиться с ним как можно лучше.

Некоторых стрессов можно избежать вообще.

Нельзя допускать победы стресса над собой. Надо терпеливо, с желанием готовить себя к сложным жизненным ситуациям, которые обязательно нам встретятся и на работе и в личной жизни.

Источник: https://videouroki.net/razrabotki/konspekt-uroka-i-prezentatsiya-po-angliyskomu-yazyku-stress.html

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