Мастер-класс "Использование дистанционных технологий при подготовке к устной части ОГЭ по английскому языку".
Мастер-класс «Использование дистанционных технологий при подготовке к устной части ОГЭ по английскому языку».
Дидактическая цель: демонстрация разнообразия и широких возможностей работы с технологиями дистанционного обучения при подготовке к ОГЭ. Задачи: 1) индивидуализация и дифференциация процесса обучения; 2) осуществление контроля и самоконтроля; 3) визуализация учебной информации; 4) усиление мотивации обучения; 5) формирование культуры учебной деятельности.
Teacher: Good afternoon, Alex. How are you doing? Let’s start preparing for the state exam. You watched the video about conversation skills with WH questions with Ronnie on “English Video” site. Do you have any questions? Use the link and do the quiz below the video. http://www.engvid.com/conversation-skills-wh-questions/#quiz
You should find the correct answer among others.
Look through the mistakes and ask questions. If you have no questions let’s continue our work.
Find the site “FIPI”, open the section “Opened set of tasks for the state exam”, click English and click the section “Speaking”.
Use the code 4FD618 and do the task 2 of the exam’s oral part.
Task 2. You are going to take part in a telephone survey. You have to answer six questions. Give full answers to the questions. Remember that you have 40 seconds to answer each question.
Hello! It’s the electronic assistant of the Education Council. We kindly ask you to take part in our survey. We need to find out how teenagers feel about their school. Please answer six questions. The survey is anonymous – you don’t have to give your name. So, let’s get started.
1) How many lessons do you usually have? 2) What subjects do you find the most difficult? 3) What is your favourite weekday? Why do you like it? 4) What sports facilities do you have in your school? 5) Do you think a school uniform is necessary or not? Why do you think so? 6) What would you recommend your friends do to improve their English?
Teacher: Did you have any difficulties while you were doing the task?
Teacher: Find the site “USA Learns”, sign in your e-mail and password, find the section “Practice English and Reading”, select the unit “School”, use the plan and do the following tasks on-line:
USA Learns. School. Computers in the classroom. http://www.usalearns.org
1. Story — Basic Story 2. Vocabulary — Learn New Words 3. Vocabulary — Definition Match 4. Comprehension — Multiple Choice 5. Comprehension — Drawing Conclusions
1. Story — Basic Story Read and understand the basic story. Click Listen to hear it.
Kids are going all over the world without ever leaving their school. They are using their computers. A school in California could be the most wired school in America. They are wired to the Internet through their computers. Thirty students are able to use the Internet every day. The kids are between the grades of kindergarten and fifth grade. The teacher says that it is hard to get them away from the computers. They do not even want to go to recess. Internet has opened the world to many people. Now students can go to any library on earth. They can get information. They can visit a child in another country. Laura Bacon likes to visit with other students. She's going to Peggy's page. Peggy is a school student in London, England. She put her own home page on the Internet. It includes pictures of Peggy, her school, her mom, dad and friends. You can send her mail, too. A scientist helped to wire the school. He says, "There is a plan to connect 12 thousand California schools to the Internet." Wiring schools in California can cost a lot of money. It needs to be done on volunteer effort or schools will not be able to afford it. They think that it will cost as much as fifty billion dollars. Some people say that the money should be spent on teachers instead of computers. Some people say that it would be worth it to wire all of the classrooms.
2. Vocabulary — Learn New Words
Click New Word to see and hear a word. Click Listen to hear the word again.
afford classroom computer Internet kindergarten library recess visit volunteer wired
3. Vocabulary — Definition Match Click the word that matches the definition.
able to pay for something
afford classroom volunteer recess
4. Comprehension — Multiple Choice Read the question. Click the correct answer.
A word that now means "connected to the Internet" is? wired turned on hooked plugged
5. Comprehension — Drawing Conclusions Read the question. Click the correct answer.
How did Laura visit Peggy? She flew in an airplane to London, England. She took a boat across the ocean. She found her home page on the Internet. What does it mean to be worth it? The good is more than the cost of wiring schools. It would be good to have more teachers. It would be good for all kids to go to recess. What does the Internet allow everyone to do? get answers to tests get information from almost anywhere ride a car to another country Why does it need to be a volunteer effort? because the schools need more volunteers because the wiring costs a lot of money because California has too many volunteers Why don't the kids want to go to recess? The kids enjoy being on the computer so much. It is raining outside. The kids are in trouble.
Teacher: Again use the site “FIPI”, get the code of the task 3 from the oral part of the state exam: 593AF1. Read the task, prepare and speak about your school.
Task 3. You are going to give a talk about your school. You will have to start in 1.5 minutes and will speak for not more than 2 minutes. Remember to say: • what you like most about your school; • what weekday you find the most difficult, and why; • what you would like to change in your school life.
You have to talk continuously. Teacher: Our training for the state exam has finished. I hope you’ll pass the exam successfully. Thank you for your work. You are well done! Till tomorrow!