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    • By Katya Loskutova & Nina Zotina
      • The fragment of the lesson with the use of concrete poetry .
      • Aimed at the 9 th grade students
      • Topic – London
      • Develop speaking skills (mini-dialogue)
      • Develop writing skills (writing a poem)
      • Develop reading skills (reading techniques)
      • Get the students acquainted with London’s places of interest
      • Develop critical thinking (the ability to find out advantages and disadvantages)
      • Develop creative skills
      • Get the students acquainted with the contrast type of poem
      • Develop logical thinking
      • Do you know who is a conformist ?
      • It’s a person who agrees with everything. At present it’s important to be able to disagree. Today we’ll try to do that. We’ll look at London from some other side.
      • Now let’s make a bubble-scheme with positive and negative features of London.
      • Look at the example here . Try to find logical counter-arguments.
      • I created my own poem about London. Let’s read it.
      … … … … London
      • London is a huge city
      • But it’s not the biggest in the world .
      • A lot of people admire it
      • But not everybody wants to live there.
      • It is visited by millions of tourists
      • But some of us can’t afford that
      • You can see many interesting places there
      • But you won’t have time to see them all !
      • London
      • But ...
      • But …
      • But …
      • You can …
      • But you won’t …
      • Try to find negative points in the things I am mentioning.
      • Continue my thought starting with the word ‘But..’
      • Listen to my example:
      • Perm is a beautiful city.
      • But it’s very dirty.
      • Now it’s your turn to continue my thoughts:
      • There are many interesting subjects at school. But…
      • ( they are difficult,
      • there are too many )
      • It’s sunny. But…
      • ( it’s cold )
      • I like summer. But…
      • ( I don’t like heat,
      • I hate insects )
      • I want to visit Paris. But..
      • (I don’t have money,
      • my parents don’t want that)
      • Now write a poem in pairs.
      • Think of possible advantages and disadvantages connected with London. There is the bubble-scheme to help you.
      • Be ready to present your
      • poem in the form
      • of an argument.
      • St 1 – likes London,
      • St 2 – disagrees with him/her
    • London … … But … …
      • Now answer some question in order to assess your work during the lesson.
      • Do the reflexion.
      • Hope today`s lesson was interesting and useful for you.
    • London It’s a beautiful city There are a lot of interesting places You can walk the whole day there It’s rather noisy There are too many tourists But the weather is rather windy … …