Пономарева Светлана Юрьевна
учитель английского языка
МАОУ лицей «Морской технический»,
2010-2011 учебный год
Сценарий урока в форме ролевой игры по теме «Станет ли английский первым языком у племени Бонгу?» по УМК « Новое тысячелетие»
в 11 классе МОУ лицея « Морской Технический».
1. Развитие самообразовательной активности учащихся.
2. Сформировать систему ценностей значения языкового разнообразия для человечества.
3. Оценить свои силы и способности в умении понять проблему малых языков.
4. Формирование лингвокультурной компетенции учащихся;
1. Интегрировать навыки и умения в ролевой игре (развитие монологической и диалогической речи учащихся).
2. Практиковать в умении выражать свои мысли по теме с использованием активной лексики урока и основных видовременных форм.
3. Использование изученной лексики по циклу уроков для обсуждения роли малых языков.
Оборудование: компьютер, экран, проектор, презентации.
I. Greetings. Introduction to the lesson
Teacher: Glad to meet you at the lesson. Today we are going to talk about Bongou language. This language is at the edge of extinction. Let’s imagine us Bongou people and let’s try to decide if the problem really exists.
Teacher: Let’s talk about this problem. We have some Bongou tribes here at the lesson and some guests in these tribes. They want to share their opinions. But before I want to let you to introduce yourselves.
Учащиеся делятся на две группы, представляют себя разными героями племени: вождь, владелец отеля, мать троих детей, пятнадцатилетний подросток, поэт, западный лингвист, выпускник университета и представляются. У каждого героя свое мнение по этому вопросу, которое ребята обсуждают на совете племени. (Задание с темой высказываний написано на карточках в упражнении учебника, но если ученик имеет свое мнение- это приветствуется)
Chief of the Bongou:
“Hi, Bongou people! We are here to discuss the problem of our language's disappearing. We lose our native traditions because European culture has come to Bongou's every day life. Young Bongous don't want to study their native language. They prefer English to Bongou, I don't know why. I think it's very dangerous situation. And I want to listen to your opinion about this problem. What do you think?”
“Hi! I'm mother of three schoolchildren and I would like to ask your advice. My children study at English school and they know English very well. But the problem is that they absolutely don't know their native language. After all, my children can't communicate with relatives and neighbors, and will not be able to study our traditions. But on the other hand English will help them in the future. They can get a very good job. I would like to listen to your opinions on this problem.”
“Hello, I'm a linguist. My name is Bruce Conell. I’m sure that Bongou language is unique. Generally, I think that Bongou is an endangered language and Bongou people must try to save it. They should teach Bongou children their native language”
«But why? I have got my own opinion. I’m 15 year old child. Next year I will enter the university and it seems to me that English language will be more important than Bongou language because everybody speak English at school and it’s more comfortable for me and my classmates because nobody knows our native language.»
“Hello, I'm a Bongou cape town university graduate. I study English at the university. I think that English plays a very important part in our life. Without English you can't work with English-speaking people and miss job opportunity. But Bongou has its own culture and traditions, and its own Bongou language. So Bongou language needs protection. I think these two languages should coexist. That’s why an educational person should know two or more languages.”
“Oh, yes, I’m completly agree with you Nastya because our children must know their native language, traditions, literature. I’m a poet and I’m worried by the fact that our young generation doesn’t care much for Bongou literature . Just imagine! If you don’t know your native language you don’t know your history, your culture and so on... I think we must take care of our language!”
“I’m hotel owner, as for me I think our culture and traditions are so ancient that we need to protect them. Moreover if we lose our culture, the tourists won’t travel to our country. Of course, English is the way to another world. We should know all about our neighbor countries and they should know about us. English can help us. Speaking English can help our people to work with foreigners. And it is very interesting and great. I have told already that I want our people know English as well as Bongou language not to forget our traditions.”
“Thank you very much! Now, I see that my children should know both languages. These two languages will be necessarily and useful for them in their future life.”
A Bongou poet:
“Our chief and me want to sum up our discussion. We have decided that if our people want to learn English, let them learn. But we shouldn’t forget our native language and remember our traditions because they are unique.”
Chief of the Bongou:
«We always should remember that when people die they live signs of their presence in the world, their archaeology, when the language dies, it means it has never existed.»
Chief of the Bongou
A western linguist
A Bongou mother
A 15-year-old Bongou
Chief of the Bongou
In conclusion we may say that if we have such young people like this boy the chance to keep our languages exist.
III. Использование изученной лексики по циклу уроков для обсуждения роли малых языков.
Teacher: Thanks boys and girls for taking part in discussion.
What can we say in conclusion?
(pupils’ own answers).