Конспект уроку з англійської мови для 7-го класу “Права дитини”.

Автор: вчитель англійської мови Бессараб Вікторія Юріївна

Screenshot_1План-конспект уроку на заявлену тему, мета якого – ознайомлення із Конвенцією про права дитини, поглиблення знань учнів про права й обов’язки дітей; розвинути в учнів уміння застосовувати свої знання та навички.


Rights of the Child

Grade 7


As a class, the pupils will discuss the term “rights” and how it applies to them

personally, in the classroom, locally, and globally in the world. The pupils will also

learn that for every right there is a responsibility. The Convention on Rights of the Child

will be presented to examine why it’s important that children

around the world have the same rights in order to reach their full potential. Through a

variety of activities, pupils will gain an in-depth knowledge of the Convention.


Greeting. Aim

Welcome everybody! I am glad to see you here. Today we’re going to have an usual lesson.

During this lesson we will talk about child rights and responsibilities.

In 1989, world leaders documented the special rights

of children.

This agreement is called the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child

and is signed by most countries.

All children have the same rights. All rights are interconnected and of equal


Warming up

Rights are  rules about what is allowed of people

The responsibility is  a duty or obligation.

Let’s first do a game to warm up.

Read each button and decide if it is a right or responsibility. Come out to the front and put it into the basket.

Have lunch,  be safe at school, share your ideas, use good manners, listen to the teacher, own your space,  wait your turn to speak, respect parents.

Main part

Vocabulary and grammar practice

Let’s recollect our knowledge on this topic. What children’s rights do you  know? What can you add?

  • The rights of parents.
  • The right to life.
  •  The child’s right to a name, nationality.
  • The child’s right to freedom of expression.
  • : The child’s right to privacy.
  • : The child’s right to education.
  • The child’s right to rest.
  • The child’s right to proper medical care.

    READING          Situations and Rights

Each card is connected to a real life situation in which

that right is being violated.  Read out a situation

What right is this text about?

Rights Situations

Article 3

Best interests of the


I am 15 years old and live with my mum in the village where I was born.

A few years ago my mum and my dad were having problems, so my dad

moved away and started another family. I want to go visit my dad in his new

village, but my mum and her relatives refuse to let me go.

Article 12

Respect for the

views of the child

I am a girl of 14 years old. I have been going to school for a few years now,

I am doing my best and I am getting high grades. When there were elections

for a class representative, I wanted to take part but the teacher wouldn’t let

  1. He said I am only a girl and girls’ opinions do not matter.

Article 15

Freedom of


We are a group of friends who started our own radio club when we started

secondary school, to broadcast music our peers like. Soon we found out we

had a lot of listeners and started discussing issues about our school as well.

When we raised the issue of corporal punishment by teachers, the principal

immediately disbanded our group and shut down our show.

Article 19

Protection from all

forms of violence

and abuse

I am 10 years old and I sell tomatoes in the market. The money I bring

home, my mum uses to buy cooking oil. Sometimes I don’t bring enough

money home and my mum cannot make dinner. When my father comes

home and there is no dinner, he gets angry and beats me. This really hurts

and makes me scared to go home when I haven’t earned enough money.

Article 28

Right to education

My brothers go to the local school but I am the only daughter, and my family

needs me to help out with work in our home. So I cannot go to school.

Article 31

        Leisure, play and


I am a girl of 13 years old and I go to school every day. When I come home,

I help my parents in their shop until the evening. Then right after dinner I

do household jobs and look after my younger brother and sister until my

parents come back home. Then I go to sleep right away. I have no chance to


Article 32

Child labour

I am 14 years old and I started working at a farm picking fruit when I was 9

years old. Now the owner asked me to work there every day from morning

to evening. The money I would earn would help my family to buy some extra


Article 37

Detention and


I am 17 years old now, and have been in prison since I was 15. I was

accused of stealing. When the police arrested me they beat me up. I have

been in prison now for almost 2 years, but up to now, I haven’t been to


Article 38

War and armed


I am 13 years old and my country has been fighting over a boundary with

another country for 3 years. A captain from the army came to my home to

tell me that because I am so big and strong, I should join the army and fight

for my country.


Let’s have a rest and sing  the song “If you are a kid”



Wants vs. Needs Activity Game

But except  rights and responsibilities we have own needs and wants.

Now we’re going to speak about our wants and needs

Want: Something we would like to have.

Need: Something we must have in order to live.

Pull out the cards and

decide which category they belong to and put them into correct basket.

Wants Needs
Clothes in the latest style

A bicycle

Holiday trips

Your own bedroom

A personal computer

A television set

A personal stereo

Money to spend as you like

Fast food


Decent shelter (article 27)

Nutritious food (article 24)

Protection from abuse and neglect (article 19)

Education (articles 28, 29)

Health care (article 24)

Fair treatment and non-discrimination

(article 2)

Clean air (article 24)

Opportunities to share opinions (article 12)

Playgrounds and recreation (article 30)

Clean water


JOURNEY TO A desert island

Imagine that as a group you are going to move to

a desert island where there is nothing. You  have to

take the things you  might need not  want with you. These things are

represented by the cards you received. Stick them on the palm tree.

( Decent shelter (article 27)

Nutritious food (article 24)

Education (articles 28, 29)

Health care (article 24)

Clean air (article 24)

Playgrounds and recreation (article 30)

Clean water (article 24)

Opportunities to practice your own culture,

language and religion (article 31)


Which Right is Most Important?

Ask the students to think again about which right is most important.

For example, water is the most important

right because we need it to cook, drink, and bathe.

Rights for All Children

Provide the students with some time to review their list of “Four Rights for All Children”

Let’s sing together a song about children’s rights

I got rights

You got rights

We’ve all got rights

Got to have a home

Got to be well fed

Have a place to learn

And rest your head

Got to have a say

Got to  raise a view

Have a place to play

Express a view


Gotta know your name

Get the doctors cure

Don’t get pushed around anymore

Thank you for your work. Have a nice day.

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