Заседание клуба молодого детектива
Тема: Where is Jack?
Совершенствование навыков монологической и диалогической речи, чтения с пониманием прочитанного.
УУД-проявлять активность во взаимодействии, приобретать навыки сотрудничества.
Мотивация учебной деятельности, ответственность за общее благополучие, доброжелательность.
Оборудование: карточки с информацией, конверт, адресованный клубу с разорванным письмом (2 экземпляра)
1.Вступительное слово учителя:
Today we are going to play a game. I am an inspector of Scotland - Yard. You are the members of the Young Detective’s Club in the Sherlock Holmes Museum in Baker Street in London. I have a very difficult case and I want you to help me. We have two teams. Every team will get cards with the facts of this case and tasks. Task 1 is to read all the facts and give your own versions using expressions.
Time is limited (15 minutes)
2. Развитие монологической и диалогической речи обучающихся.
I. A man named Jack Steele did not come back home on July 31st. He is 30 years old, tall, has dark hair and brown eyes. He was wearing a grey suit, a hat of the same color and brown shoes. (From the announcement on TV)
II. Jack Steele’s mother said that her son had left home in the morning on the last day of July and went to work at the Royal Mint (Королевский Монетный двор). It is known that he left the Mint at 5 o’clock that day. From that time nobody had seen him, though he had promised to play tennis with some of his friends.
III. A postman living in Westerham. A small town in Kent. Said, that he had seen Jack Steele on the evening of July 31st in this street. Jack asked him if he knew Forest House and the postman old him, that it was a large old house on the hill.
Expressions for versions. What do you think?
to visit an old friend
to drink much
to sleep for two days to fall in love with a girl
not to know her address
to look for her house
to be going to visit an old friend
to fall and break a leg
to look for a doctor
to be unconscious to make false money
to dream about going to another country
to go to say good – bye to the girl
to have a master
to bring money to him
to stay in his house
to make o false money
any other version
Task 2. What questions will you ask Jack’s mother about her son?
Time is limited (10 minutes)
3. Развитие навыка чтения с полным пониманием прочитанного.
Teacher: One of the inspector investigated this case and told about it in his letter to the members of the club. This is an envelope:
The Young Detective’s Club,
Sherlock Holmes Museum,
34 Baker Street,
It is strange that this in his envelope is torn and your task is to form it from its pieces, read it and tell us about this case.
The winner is the team who will be the first in this task.
The inspector’s letter.
I am sending you the end of our detective story:
A man named Gerald Smith lived in the Forest House, but nobody knew anything about him.
The kitchen window of the house was partly opened and having knocked we entered the house. We went from room to room. We found nobody. We decided to have a look at the garage. The doors were not locked and we saw Jack Steele gagged (с кляпом во рту) and tired (связанный) in the corner.
From Jack’s story
Gerald Smith paid me some money for a picture in my room. One of the half crowns was false. This time many shopkeepers in London were given false money. When I left the Royal Mint I went to Westerham to ask Smith where he had got false coins. He had worked at the Mint for some years. I talked with Smith and suddenly somebody hit me on the head. I realized that Gerald Smith was a coiner and his house was a workshop.
Good luck to you,
Yours Inspector Ben.
Why was the letter torn?
What happened to the inspector?
5. Подведение итогов.