мониторинг знаний и навыков, общих и профессиональных компетенций
Дата проведения: 11. 12.2017г.
ФГОС нового поколения уделяют особое внимание применению приобретенных умений и навыков, развитию компетенций. В свете этих требований применены элементы педагогических технологий: проблемной,проектной, здоровье- сберегающей,дебаты, применение ИКТ.Данный урок позволилактуализировать общие компетенции учащихся (ОК 1-8), активизировать познавательные способности учащихся, соединить теоретические знания и практическое их применение, усилить мотивацию к изучению профессии.
Тeacher: Good morning, students. Nice to meet you.What’s the date today?
We have our last lesson of the course. The goal is to generalize your skills and knowledge you have got at English classes. We have a lot of guests, who want to learn from you and watch you being a success.
Now about the plan of our lesson.You have prepared reports on consumption of different kinds of food. We shall acquaint with your works.
Then you will work in groups summarizing positive and negative features of the diets you have listened about and discuss them.At last you should draw a conclusion on the learned information.
We‘ll startwith refreshing words on the topic,as usual.
What is the topic of our lesson? Look at the slide, read the words in it, think and say, what we shall speak about, what problem we shall discuss.
Words on the slide.
Students:- I think, we’ll speak about different diets and their influence on health.
I guess we’ll discuss the consumption of nutrients.
I consider we’ll speak about diets, digestion andits problems.
T. : you’re right. We’ll learnmore about various kinds of vegetarianism, and debate the problem if plant-based diet is good for people’s health.
Look at the table once more, read, translate the words, and try to remember word combinations with them….That’s all right.
Now a small brain-storm. There are sheets with the crossword , you have 4 minutes… Let’s check the words.OK.
The students found out about different kinds of vegetarians and prepared presentations for you.
I invite some of them to make repots. First, we’ll refresh general information about vegetarianism. Alina will speak. Thank you….Questions?
Everybody knows that many people are meat-eaters in the world. Leila made a report on the topic meateaters…. Questions?
Vegetarians exclude somefoodstuff from their diet. There are some grades in vegetarianism. Students will tell, which of them are more and less strict.
Alina and Anastacia are ready to report on lacto-vegetarians. Well, any questions?
Christina and Nastya, you are the next. Their presentation is devoted to vegans….Any questions?
Oxana wants to acquaint us to fruitarians and macrobiotics. … Are there any questions?
One of the strictest vegetarians is raw food eaters. Anna is going to report…Any questions?
Thank you. Well done!
T.: Are you tired? Let’s have a rest. What about physical exercises?
Oxana, please, help us. That’s fine!
It’s time to debate pros and cons of vegetarian diet and then arrive at a conclusion if the diet helps to maintain a sound health. I want you to divide into 2 groups. The first group will sum up advantages, the second one -disadvantages of vegetarianism. Try to find as many as possible.
You have 7 minutes….Are you ready with your arguments? We shall listen to reasons in turn.
-A balanced vegetarian diet lowers the risk of a number of diseases, including cardiovascular disease, cancer, diabetes and obesity.
-Fruits and vegetables are mostly cheaper than meat.
-Following a vegetarian diet reduces the risk of cancer.
-Vegetarians may live 10 years longer than meat-eaters.
-Vegetarians are 50 percent less likely to develop heart problems.
-Vegetarians develop strong immunity in them.
-Vegetables and fruits are good sources of micronutrients.
-A vegetarian diet helps maintain perfect weight
-A plant-based diet may lack some vitamins and minerals.
-Vitamin B12, largely found in meat, is not present in a vegetarian diet.
It helps convert food into energy.
-A plant-based diet lacks Vitamin D, a very essential nutrient.
- Children raised as vegetarians will not get enough nutrients, especially iron, zinc, copper, Vitamin D, Vitamin B12.
- To find protein in plant-based diet is difficult.
- A plant-based diet cannot provide enough amino acids. It may lead to lack of physical activity.
-Vegetables and fruit are not best sources of iron and calcium.