Урок английского языка по теме «London the Capital of the UK» (Лондон-столица Великобритании)
Автор: учитель английского языка Пищиц Е.Б.
Тема: «London the Capital of the UK» (Лондон-столица Великобритании)
1 Цели урока:
— повысить мотивацию к изучению английского языка.
— прививать у детей повышенный интерес к стране изучаемого языка.
— развивать монологическую и диалогическую речь.
2 Задачи урока:
— развитие языковой догадки.
— преодоление коммуникативного и эмоционального барьера при говорении на английском языке.
— тренировка коммуникативного взаимодействия обучающихся.
3 Орг момент:
— Good morning children (приветствие)
— What date (day) is it today? (число, день недели)
— How are you today? (как поживаете)
— What season is it now? (время года)
— What the weather like today? (какая погода)
— Who is absent today? (кто отсутствует)
4 Фонетическая разминка:
I like cherries
You like chips
Chan likes peaches
Charles likes cheese
Do you like this poem?
(Читаем, переводим, отчитываем)
5 Работа на уроке:
-p.60 ex.1 Read and listen to the dialogue. Find out what Liza brought from the UK for Oleg and his friends.
Liza is a British student who has come to school № 7 as a part of her visit to Russia. She will only stay there for two days. Liza has some information for the Russian students. She wants to tell them about their visit to England.
Oleg: Liza, how do you like Moscow?
Liza: Oh, it’s beautiful. It is not like London at all.
Oleg: Really? It is so different from London?
Liza: Yes, it is. Oleg, have you ever been to London?
Oleg: No. What is it like?
Liza: Oh, it’s one of the most famous and interesting cities in Europe. There are lots of places to visit in London: museums, art galleries, theatres…
Oleg: There are also lots of cinemas, stadiums and parks in London, aren’t there?
Liza: Yes, sure. London is one of my favourite cities. As you probably know, it’s the capital of the UK. It’s a mixture of old and new buildings and there is a lot to see and learn about.
Oleg: I can see that you really like it, don’t you? Are you a Londoner?
Liza: No, I am not. But I live not far from London. And I like to go there at weekends.
Oleg: I would like to meet a real Londoner!
Liza: You will do soon! Take those letters from your English partners and give them to your friends.
Oleg: Oh. You have letters for us! Look! Not only letters but postcards too. It’s really good to learn a little more about London. I’ll give them to my classmates as soon as possible.
(слушаем диалог, читаем, отвечаем на вопросы по тексту).
— What Liza brought from the UK for Oleg and his friends?
— Смотрим презентацию про достопримечательности Лондона, обсуждаем: Big Ben, the Tower of London, Westminster Abbey, Tower Bridge.
— Choose any of the postcards and find the matching text.
1. Tourists in London always want to visit Westminster and see Big Ben. They want to see the clock in its tower and to hear the bells. Big Ben is really a bell. You hear it every hour. It is a big bell. It weighs 13,720 kilograms. It has a deep tone and you can hear it on the radio. And then you hear the deep boom of Big Ben six times.
2. You can see the Tower of London from the river Thames. The Tower is very old. It has a long and cruel history. It is not just one building. The tall building is the White Tower, the oldest part of the Tower of London. The Bloody Tower is near the river. You do not see blood there today. But the Bloody Tower has a history of blood – the blood of men, women and even children. Now the King and the Queen of Britain do not live in the Tower. When the Queen is in London, she stays in Buckingham Palace.
3. Standing not far from the Houses of Parliament, Westminster Abbey is a symbol of England. The legend says that Westminster Abbey was founded by St Peter himself. We know that Westminster Abbey was built by King Edward in 1065. The coronation of all British Kings and Queens takes place in Westminster Abbey . Some famous English people are also buried here. The funeral service for Diana, Princess of Wales, took place in Westminster Abbey in September 1997.
4. The famous clock Big Ben stands near the Houses of Parliament. The country’s leaders speak in the Houses of Parliament. The men and women there are the voice of the British people. The Houses of Parliament stand beside the river Thames. You can go on a boat from Westminster and see London from the river. You can also see Big Ben and the Houses of Parliament from Westminster Bridge.
(читаем про достопримечатльности Лондона, переводим и соотносим картинки к текстам)
— Read about what’s written on your postcard. Pronounce the names of the places carefully:
Trafalgar Square, The Tower of London, The Houses of Parliament, Big Ben, Westminster Abbey, The Bloody Tower, The White Tower, Tower Bridge, Buckingham Palace.
Read, translate and learn:
First—сначала, перед тем, как делать что-либо определенное.
At first – сначала, на первых порах (подразумевается, что потом ситуация изменилась)
— Fill in: first or at first:
1 …I wanted to walk to Westminster Abbey but then I decided to take a taxi.
2 …learn these new words, then try to translate the text.
3 I’d like to visit the British Museum… .
4 … she didn’t understand him so she asked him to speak louder.
6 Домашнее задание: Составить диалог про достопримечательности между гидом и двумя туристами.
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