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Конспект урока на тему:
"Britain. Russia. The way I see it."
Учитель I категории
Стешенко Татьяна Николаевна
2010 – 2011 учебный год
Конспект урока на тему: "Britain. Russia. The way I see it."
Основные задачи урока
1. Повторить, обобщить и систематизировать знания, полученные на урока по этой теме.
2. Практиковать учащихся в устной, письменной речи, аудировании, чтении.
3. Расширить представления учащихся о стране изучаемого языка.
1. Развивать умения выделить главное и обобщить изученное.
2. Совершенствовать навыки аудирования, чтения, письма, устной речи .
1. Формировать положительные эмоции у учащихся, чувства успеха и уважения к культуре и народу Великобритании.
2. Развивать интерес к предмету
Тип урока: обобщающе - повторяющий.
Оборудование: Карта Лондона, картинки достопримечательностей Лондона, буклет.
Teacher: Good morning, boys and girls! I am so glad to see you! How are you today? Today some teachers from other schools are present at our lesson. We must greet them on behalf of our students. Would you do it, please?
Students: I'm happy to greet you on behalf of our students. I hope you will be pleased with our answers. We like English and try to study it as well as we can.
Teacher: Today we are going to have an usual lesson. It will we trip to Great Britain. We'll speak about parts if the UK, sights, the weather in Great Britain. The theme of the lesson is "Britain. Russia. The way I see it." It's the final lesson in the topic. Our aim for today is to summarize your Knowledge of Britain.
Teacher: Do your tongues remember English sounds? Let's see it.
Repeat after me [w] - will - live, will – live, [ð] [θ] - is this, this is.
When the weather is wet we mustn't fret
When the weather is cold we mustn't scold
When the weather is warm we mustn't storm
But be thankful together whatever the weather.
You know, the British like to speak about the weather. They say: "There is a climate in other, countries, but we have just weather"
I believe, the British weather is the symbolic for the British.
What can you tell about it?
Student 1: I agree with you. The English also say that they have 3 variants of weather: when it rains in the morning, when it rains in the afternoon, when it rains all day long. Britain has more than 200 rainy days a year. Poor British, aren't they?
Teacher: We continue to speak about symbols of the country. Answer my questions, please.
1. What is the official name of this country?
2. How do you think, is the flag a symbol of the UK?
3. There is an interesting story about the flag. What do you know about it? Who can tell us?
Student 3: The flag is made up of 3 crosses.
The upright red cross is the cross of St. Andrew, the patron saint of Scotland. The red cross is the cross of St. George, the patron saint of England. The red diagonal cross is the cross of St. Andrew, the patron saint of Scotland. The red diagonal cross is the cross of St. Patrick, the patron saint of Ireland. So you see that the flag is a mixture of several flags.
4. What do you imagine when you think of Britain? Student 4: (about John Bull).
5. And what about you... What do you imagine when you think of Britain?*
6. What parts are made up of the UR?
Teacher: We know, Britain is made up of Scotland, England, Wales, Ireland. Every country has it's own 'emblem. There emblems are plant. But why there plants are used as symbols of there countries we don't know. Dasha and Nastya have prepared the project about it. Please, listen them.
Teacher: Now, it's time to have a rest. Let's sing our song about 5 little bear (учащиеся поют песню)
(учащиеся получают листы с текстами в форме ЕГЭ)
Teacher: Now, it's time to read. I give you 7 minutes.
Teacher: Now, let's play. Imagine, please. We are in London. How beautiful sights we can see here. Name, please. Well, I'll tell you about one of there sights, you should guess, what I mean.
a) It's one of the most ancient buildings of London. It was founded in the 11-th century by William the Conqueror. For many centuries this building has been a fortress, a palace, a prison and royal treasure. It is now a museum of arms.
The ravens live here as part of its history. There is legend that if the ravens disappear, it will fall. That's why Beefeaters take care of birds.
b) It's a fine Gothic building, which stands opposite the Houses of Parliament. It has been the crowning place of the Kings and queens of England. Here we can see the Tombs of the greatest writers: Charles Dickens, Rudyard Kipling, Walter Scott, Burns, Byron and others.
c) It is London Home of the Queen. When the flag is flying on the top, she is at home. Every day at 11.30 a. m. the Guard changes.
Teacher: So, we have heard so many interesting information about London, Great Britain. Imagine, please. You are going to visit this country. Ask what place do you want to visit first о all? Make up your dialogs, please.
You may begin so:
1) - Would you like to go to Great Britain?
- Oh, I'd love to. I think, it is very interesting country.
2) - Which place in Great Britain would you like to visit and wry?
- Oh, there is a lot to see in Great Britain. First of all, I would like to visit London.
Teacher: Now I advise you to write a letter to your friend in London. Invite your friend to visit our country. (Расскажите о стране так, чтобы ему захотелось обязательно посетить её).
Teacher: And now the test.
Teacher: But it's very interesting for me what you think of these suns help you do it. If you like the lesson, the sun is smiling. If you don't like the lesson, the sun is sad. If you...
Дописать письмо своему другу из Великой Британии
Тест по страноведению
Choose the correct answer from the variants listed below.
1 What is the official name of the country whose language you study?
a) Great Britain
c) The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
3 What is the capital of Scotland?
4 What is the capital of Wales?
6 What is the state system of the United Kingdom?
a) a constitutional monarchy
b) a parliamentary republic
c) a limited monarchy
a) a bald eagle
c) a rose
8 What is the name of the British national flag?
a) the Union Jack
b)the Saint Andrew's Cross
c) the Saint David's Cross
a) a shamrock
b) a red rose
c) a leek
10 What is the emblem of Scotland?
a) a daffodil
b) a dragon
c) a thistle
11 What are the emblems of Wales?
a) a shamrock, a clover and a reed hand
b) a red rose and the Saint George's cross
с) а dragon, a daffodil, a leek, a dove
a) a shamrock
b) a red rose
c) a thistle
13 What chambers does the British Parliament consist of?
a) the Senate and the House of Representatives
b) the House of Lord and the House of Commons
c) the Cabinet of Ministers and the Shadow Cabinet
a) the Lord Chancellor
b) the Speaker
c) the Prime-Minister
15 Who presides in the House of Commons?
a) the Lord Chancellor
b) the Speaker
c) the Chancellor of the Exchequer
a) at 10 Downing Street
b) in the Houses of Parliament
c) in Buckingham Palace
17 What is the most important airport in Great Britain?
a) Heathrow Airport
b) Gatwick Airport
c) Stansted Airport
a) St Paul's Cathedral
b) Canterbury Cathedral
c) Salisbury Cathedral
19 What is the official religion in the Untied Kingdom?
20 What is the London residence of Queen Elisabeth II?
a) the Tower of London
b) Windsor Castle
c) Buckingham Palace
21 Where is Nelson's Column situated?
a) in Parliament Square
b) in Trafalgar Square
c) in Piccadilly Circus
22 Where are British kings crowned?
a) in St Paul's Cathedral
b) in Westminster Abbey
c) in Canterbury Cathedral
23 Who was the architect of St Paul's Cathedral in London?
a) Sir Christopher Wren
b) Edward Bailey
c) Henry Tate
24 What lake does the famous Scottish monster live in?
a) Laugh Erne
b) Loch Lomond
c) Loch Ness