Урок англійскай мовы ў 10 класе. Тэма: Сродкі камунікацыі.

Урок англійскай мовы ў 10 класе (павышаны ўзровень)
Распрацавала: Алена Чалнастаўніца англійскай мовы ДУА “Сярэдняя школа № 4, г.Навагрудка”, вышэйшая катэгорыя

 

Тэма: "Сродкі масавай інфармацыі"

Прадмет зносін: Мастацтва весці гутарку

Мэта: фарміраванне камунікатыўнай кампетэнцыі вучняў у рамках пазначанай тэмы

Прагназуемы вынік: Напрыканцы ўрока вучні змогуць даць парады як быць больш эфектыўным і паспяховым у камунікацыі

Задачы:

  • вучыць школьнікаў паўнавартасна карыстацца англійскай мовай ва ўсіх відах маўленчай дзейнасці, у  розных сферах яе прымянення;
  • спрыяць авалоданню вучнямі асноўнымі спосабамі разумовай дзейнасці (вылучэнне галоўнага, аналіз, абагульненне);
  • стварыць умовы для актыўнага ўзаемадзеяння, развіцця аналітычнага і крытычнага мыслення

Тып урока: урок комплекснага прымянення ведаў, уменняў, навыкаў

Дыдактычныя матэрыялы: тэхналагічная карта самакантролю ( "I can" checklist), кароткаметражны фільм, артыкул «Top Tips for Effective Interpersonal Communication»

 

Ход урока.

*On the desks there are “I can” checklists. Students are to write down the mark they’ll give themselves for doing this or that task.

  1. Warm-up​​  3 mins

Aims:​ to break the ice and foster a safe environment for learning.

Procedure:​ The Candy Game. To coordinate this icebreaker, take a bowl of M&Ms. Pass around the bowl and ask students to take a candy piece as they like. Then each person has to answer a question for the color they take. For example, you can assign questions such as:

Red: What’s your favorite book?

Orange: What’s the best vacation spot you have ever been to?

Blue: What’s your favorite kind of food?

Green: What TV show are you addicted to?

Brown: If you could have any superhero quality, what would it be?

Yellow: What’s the best part of your work week?

  1. Lead in 4 mins

Aims:​ to set the context for the lesson and generate interest in the topic and develop speaking for fluency

Procedure:​ Introduce the topic. Write “Communication” on the board, and ask students what different forms of communication they know. (Possible answers: oral communication, written communication, non-verbal communication, visual communication)

Ask students to think of examples of each form of communication. (e.g.: Visual communication: Colours, drawings, pictures, signs, photos, graphic design, etc)

  1. Identifying the topic of the lesson. Goal-setting. 3 mins

Aims:​ to identify the topic and the goals that should be achieved by a student at the end of a lesson

Procedure: Ask students “Can you name the topic of today’s lesson?” (Possible answers: Communication. Forms of Communication) “Well, today we are going to speak about effective communication. We’ll watch a video and read some tips for effective communication”

Now it’s time to set goals that you want to achieve by the end of the lesson.

The A.B.C.D. Method.

A-Audience: Determine who will achieve the objective.

B-Behavior: Use action verbs (Bloom’s taxonomy) to write observable and measurable behavior that shows mastery of the objective.

C-Condition: If any, state the condition under which behavior is to be performed. (Optional)

D-Degree: If possible, state the criterion for acceptable performance, speed, accuracy, quality, etc. (Optional)

(Possible goals: we/students will be able to formulate tips for effective communication after watching a short movie and reading an article)

  1. Watching a short film 13 mins

Aims:​ to provide students with practice listening for general information and allow to speak for fluency.

Procedure: “Let`s watch a short film about communication. While watching try to focus on different types of communication used”.

Show the film.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uy0HNWto0UY

Elicit the answers

  1. Discuss the questions​​​ 8 mins

Aims: ​ to provide speaking practice.

Procedure: ​ allow students some time to think before they answer. Then maintain a discussion between all members of the group. Ask if the participants agree with previous speakers. If a group is too big, let students discuss their answers in pairs.

Questions:

1. How does the young man feel at the beginning of the film? Why?
2. What’s a normal day in his life like?
3. What’s his job like?
4. What do his parents think his life in the city is like?
5. How do the young man and woman communicate?
6. What’s her secret?
7. Did you like the ending of the film?
8. Why is the film called Signs?
9. What is the message of the film?

  1. The art of conversation 8 mins

Aims: ​ to practise brainstorming and sharing ideas and develop speaking for fluency.
Procedure:​ Ask students: “How can we communicate more effectively?” Put students in small groups and get them to brainstorm ideas. (If student(s) are not really active, give a helping link https://www.skillsyouneed.com/rhubarb/effective-interpersonal-communication.html). Get feedback from the whole class.

  1. Sum up ​​ 5 mins

Aims: to get a quick feedback on students' learning progress

Procedure:​ Exit tickets out the door are short writing tasks that teacher asks students to complete before the end of a class. Ask students to use 1-2 mins the complete the task. Some possible questions are:

  • Name one important thing you learned in class today
  • Write one question still in your mind after today's lesson
  • Do you have any suggestions for how today’s class could have been improved?
  • We had a learning activity in class today.  Was this a useful learning activity for you? Why or why not?
  • What about your aims? Have you achieved them?

Summarize the lesson and tell student(s) what results they have achieved. Analyze students’ “I can” checklists.

Give the homework

 

Appendix 1

“I can” checklist

Activity at the lesson

Self-assessment

 

I have no idea how to do it – 3

I can do it with some prompts

 – 6

I can do it – 9

I define different forms of communication

 

 

 

I single out different types of communication while watching the video

 

 

 

I listen and share with others about watching.

 

 

 

I find the necessary tips for effective communication in the article

 

 

 

I share my ideas with others

 

 

 

Total :

 

 

Appendix 2

Top Tips for Effective Interpersonal Communication

Read more at: https://www.skillsyouneed.com/rhubarb/effective-interpersonal-communication.html

 

1. Don't Show Negative Body Language

As the saying goes, ‘the first impression is the last impression’, hence you should always be careful when it comes to body language.

It is said that a typical communication consists of more than 50% non-verbal communication, which includes body language. So if your body language is sending negative signals to the other person, the communication will probably break down in the process.

More on Non-Verbal Communication and Body Language.

Another important point to note here is that you should not bring any physical barriers between you and the other person. Barriers create distractions and can make the communication process uncomfortable.

See Barriers to Communication for more information.

2. Do Not Interrupt the Other Person

It is very rude to interrupt a person while they are speaking. Nobody likes to be interrupted because it hampers the thought process and it is disrespectful.

If you have to make an interruption and it is necessary for you to speak at the exact moment, then you need to make gentle interruptions. Ask the person if you can interrupt him or her and say sorry, and whatever you wanted to say must justify your interruption.

3. Think Before You Speak

Another adage that perfectly describes this point is ‘look before you leap’. You should think how your words are going to affect the person with whom you are communicating before making any comments.

That means you should try to connect with the feelings of the other person in order to show that you genuinely care about the conversation that is going between the two of you.

You may find the page Understanding Others useful.

4. Listen Well

The ability to listen to what a person is saying is itself a skill and you should focus on that while communicating with others.

If you have good listening skills you will be able to understand that person’s words more clearly and react in a positive manner. It will also send a signal to the other person that you care about what he/she has to say.

Skills You Need has lots more information about listening including, Active Listening.

5. Don't be Defensive or Attacking – Be Neutral

Some people tend to get defensive or attacking during conversations.

You do not have to get overexcited when someone points out your mistakes and get defensive or attack them. Be neutral and transparent so that you can understand what is actually being discussed. Always maintain the balance in the conversation so that everyone involved in the discussion has a fair part in it.

See Dealing with Criticism and Constructive Criticism for more.

6. Don't Deviate

Always try to stick to the topic of discussion to maintain the relevancy of the communication process.

There is no need to bring something totally unrelated to the discussion and waste the time of the people involved. If you deviate away from the topic, the whole idea of the conversation becomes less meaningful.

7. Be Confident of Your Ideas

You should always be confident of what you are speaking and should take ownership of your words. This is will increase the trust that the other people have in you and make the conversation flow more freely.

Learn more about assertiveness and developing your self-esteem.

8. Be Open to Receiving Feedback

Sometimes it is good to step back and be receptive to feedback.

Communication is a two-way process and should remain like that. You should be able to open up to feedback from the other person and give honest feedback whenever you feel it is needed.

Learn more about Giving and Receiving Feedback.

9. Use the Right Communication Method

Communication may not necessarily always be verbal and you should understand that different types of situations ask for different methods.

You should know which type of communication method will be more effective. Location is also an important point to remember; different types of communication need different locations.

See What is Communication? and Principles of Interpersonal Communication for more on this.

10. Shake Hands Firmly!

The last but not the least important tip is how you shake hands when you introduce yourself.

Give a firm handshake but do not make it a tight one and also do not squeeze. A weak handshake may indicate lower self-confidence.