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I. The beginning of the lesson.
Hello, boys and girls! I am glad to see you today. I hope you are fine and all are ready to work hard at our lesson, aren’t you? So let’s start our lesson. The topic of the lesson is “Book worms”. We’ll learn much interesting at our lesson and see the presentations of great foreign writers.
Neat, appearance, obsession, investigation, at first glance, brilliant, solve, faithful, magnifying glass, imagination, several, strange.
Listen to the text about the first English printer William Caxton.
The invention of paper played a very important part in the development of books. In the 11th century the art of papermaking reached Europe but no trace of printing was found in Europe until 1423. It is known that Johann Gutenberg secretly tried out ways of printing in Strasbourg, Germany, in 1440.
The knowledge of the methods of printing spread so quickly over the Continent of Europe that by the year 1487 nearly every country had started printing books. The first person to print books in the English language was William Caxton, in Russia – Ivan Fedorov.
The first book printed in the Russian language appeared in Moscow on the first of March, 1564. Up to that time there were only handwritten books in Russia
William Caxton is the first English printer. He was born in Kent in 1422. His father was a farmer. William did not want to be a farmer. So his father sent him to London. He worked in an office which traded with different countries. William liked to read new books which were printed in Europe.
When William was thirty he started his own business in Belgium. In 1471 he left his business and began to translate French books into English. He became interested in printing and at last he learnt it. William wanted to have his own press one day and he did.
In 1476 he brought his printing-press to London. Printing was something new at that time and most people thought that it was the work of the devil. Some of the people wanted to break his press. Caxton printed his first book in 1477. It was the first book printed in the English language. The book was Caxton’s translation of the French “Tales of Troy”.
William Caxton printed about 80 books. He translated thirty-one books from French. Caxton died in 1491.
Now complete the sentences:
His father was
Caxton’s father sent him to
Caxton worked at
Caxton translated French books into
Caxton printed his first book in
The first printed book in the English language was
Excitement, adventure, and mystery all make up the word of fiction. And here are some of fictions’ great names.
Readers call Agatha Christie “queen of detective stories”. Look at the screen.
While Agatha received no formal education, her mother and then governesses taught her at home to read before she entered finishing school in Paris, France in 1906. Having long been encouraged by her mother to write, Agatha continued to write there while also studying music (which became a life-long love),singing, and piano.
On 24 December 1924 Agatha married Royal Flying Corps pilot Archie Christie. During WW I she worked as a nurse, tending to the ill and injured, many who were displaced Belgians. Their bewilderment and personal sorrows affected her deeply.
In 1928, Archie divorced Agatha. She then set off on her first of many trips to the Middle East. During her second trip she met her future husband, archaeologist Sir Max Edgar Lucien Mallowan.
Agatha Christie created many fictional detectives, the most famous of which were Hercule Poirot and Miss Marple. Hercule Poirot appeared in over 30 novels and 50 short stories. He was a Belgian detective, famous for his neat appearance, his obsession with order and his use of psychology in his investigations of crimes.
Miss Marple was nothing like a typical detective. At first glance she was an ordinary old lady who loved knitting and gossip but she could solve the hardest of mysteries and sent many criminals behind bars! She appeared first in the novel “Murder at the Vicarage” in 1930.
Novels, which were not detective, were written by Agatha Christie under the pseudonym Mary Westmacott. There were 10 of them.
I m sure you know our next detective story writer.
The French novelist Jules Verne was the first authentic exponent of modern science fiction.
Jules (Gabriel) Verne (1828-1905) was born in Nantes, France, on February 8 in a family of a lawyer.
He loved the sea and when he was only 12 he tried to run away on a ship to the West Indies. Unfortunately for him, the sailors caught
Jules Verve began his literature career in 1849. He had a great imagination and wrote several adventure stories and created mysterious characters like Captain Nemo, who, in Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea, travels under the sea in his submarine the Nautilus.
We’ll read the texts about these writers. (Student’s book, pages 16-17)
Work in groups.
Read the first text and find regular and irregular past forms in the text.
(информационная компетентность, планирование информационного поиска, уровень I)
Read the second text, ask and answer the questions on this text.
(информационная компетентность, обработка информации, уровень I)
Read the third text and discuss it in your group.
(коммуникативная компетенция, продуктивная групповая коммуникация, уровень I)
You are tired a bit. Let’s have a rest and sing our favourite song. Stand up!
If you are happy and you know, clap your hands.} Twice
If you are happy and you know, clap your fingers.} Twice
If you are happy and you know, step your feet.} Twice
If you are happy and you know, do all fives.} Twice
VII. Project work.
Children, now we’ll see the presentations of your projects.
1. Sokolova Maria, 7 А:
I like the outstanding British dramatist George Bernard Shaw most of all.
2. Semenova Natasha 7 А :
Robert Burns is the famous poet of Great Britain and the national poet of Scotland. He was born in 1759 on the 25th of January. He was born in Ayrshire, Scotland. He was the eldest of 7 children, growing up in a life of poverty and hard farm work. He is my favourite poet.
3. Kristal Denis 7 A :
My favourite writer is William Shakespeare
Open Grammar Reference. (Work with grammar Past Simple)
Let’s do ex. 6-7 p. 17
Are you a book worm? Do the quiz. Ex.1 p. 16
X. The end of the lesson.
Our lesson is over. And now I want you to show your attitude to our lesson. Do you like foreign literature or not? What do you like best of all?
Thank you very much for your active and hard work at the lesson. It’s very pleasant to work with you, and these are your marks for the lesson.
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