early 20th century07.04.2017 399 99 Сарбасова Ф.И,
- to continue the topic “History of Canada”, help pupils to get information about the period of the early twentieth century.
- to develop reading skills.
- to revise the grammar- different types of questions, reported speech.
-to stimulate the developing of the skills of reading
- to help the developing of the psychological processes( memory, mind, imagination, attention)
3) up bringing
- to up bring the interest to the history foreign countries
- forming of the positive motivation toward the studying of English
- forming of the intellectual working skills
Equipment: textbooks, computer with multimedia projector, hooked on phonics 1st grade level 2, lesson 7, texts for reading, sheets with clusters from previous lessons.
Procedure of the lesson
Stages and time management Teacher`s activity Pupils` activity and form of interaction
I.Organization moment (2-3 min) Greetings, everyday conversation with pupils on duty. Greet and answer the teacher`s questions.
II. Phonetic drill(3 min) Reading - hooked on phonics 1st grade level 2, lesson 7 Look, listen and read all together
III. Checking the h/w (10 min) Reading the questions on the text about Klondike. Read the questions to the text
V. Reading and speech practice
(15 min) Gives task to read the texts about the early 20th century, ask to make a cluster and make question on it. Read and work in pairs, do the schemes, write out the information
VI. Production (5 min) Listens to pupils speaking about their clusters on the text. Speak, point out the main information from the texts.
VII. Grammar practice (5-7 min) Questions to the text. Ask and answer questions on the text. G1-G2
VII. Reflexing and home task Home task – make questions to the text. Estimation for the work and explanation of the marks given. Listen, write down into the record books
CANADA IN THE 20th CENTURY
More than 60,000 Canadian men died in the First World War. Meanwhile Manitoba was the first province of Canada to allow women to vote in provincial elections in 1916. Women in Canada were given the right to vote in federal elections in 1918. By 1925 all provinces except Quebec had granted women the right to vote in provincial elections. Quebec finally gave women that right in 1940.
The 1920s were, in general prosperous years for Canada. However like the rest of the world Canada suffered in the depression of the 1930s. Canada suffered from a huge drop in exports of timber, grain and fish. By 1933 unemployment had soared to 23%. The government introduced relief works but economic hardship continued throughout the 1930s. The depression only ended when the Second World War began in 1939. However during World War II 45,000 Canadians were killed.
In the late 20th century the population of Canada grew rapidly. In 1951 it was 16 million. By 1961 it had risen to 18 million. After 1945 people from Southern and Eastern Europe flocked to live in Canada. From the 1960s many immigrants came from South Asia.
Meanwhile during the 1950s and 1960s the Canadian economy boomed and Canada became an affluent society. Meanwhile television began in Canada in 1952. However things turned sour in the 1970s. In the early 1980s Canada suffered a deep recession and unemployment rose to 11%. There was another recession in the early 1990s. Yet Canada recovered.
In 1995 the people of Quebec voted in a referendum not to secede from Canada. Then in 1999 North West Territories was divided into two and a new territory called Nunavut was created.
Meanwhile in 1993 Kim Campbell became the first woman prime minister of Canada.
CANADA IN THE 21st CENTURY
Like other countries Canada suffered in the recession of 2009. However Canada soon recovered. In April 2012 unemployment in Canada stood at 8.1%. However by September 2013 it had fallen to 6.9%. Today Canada is a prosperous country and it has vast natural resources. Today the population of Canada is 35 million.
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