Theme: Great Britain
Objectives: to enrich pupils’ knowledge about Great Britain, to broaden up their outlook about the country, to respect the culture of other countries, to bring up patriotic feelings, to be friendly.
Method: individual, pair, group work
Type of the lesson: mixed,
Visual aids: the map, interactive board
Connection: Kazakh, geography,
1. Organizing moment: Phonetic drill:
Proverbs:”It’s better to see something once than to hear about it”
“East or west home is best”
Give Kazakh equivalents of these proverbs.
Checkingup the homework. Ex. 5pg117 to translate into your native language.
Consolidation: What is a kingdom? What is island? Can you explain? 2) The new theme. Today we are going to speak about the geographical position of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. T: Now listen to the text. T: Work with the map. The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland is the full name of GB. The United Kingdom consists of 4parts. They are…The UK is one of the smallest countries in the world. Its territory is some 244 100 sq. km. The capital is London. Great Britain is a nature – loving country. The population of Great Britain is over 57 million. IV. Consolidation. Now answer the questions, please.
What is the official name of Great Britain?
It is the UK of Great Britain and Northern Ireland.
Where is the UK situated?
The UK situated in the north - west coast of Europe.
How many parts does the UK consist of?
Its consists of 4 parts.
What are they?
They are: England Scotland Wales and Northern Ireland.
Where does the UK lie? On the British Isles. T: Nowwe have a rest and listen to the song ‘Go west’
T. Very good. The exercise 5. P. 119.
Interview your friend (a talk about the geographical position of Kazakhstan, etc.) T: OK. Now make up own sentences about Great Britain.
T: Do you want to see the flags and symbols of 4 parts of the UK? – Yes, we do.
Look at the blackboard.
T: The flag of the UK is officially called the UNION Flag, it is commonly known as the Union Jack. It embodies in the emblems of three countries.
National symbols: Lancaster Won - emblem of England is Red rose.
The Yellow daffodil is emblem of Wales.
Thankful symbols of Northern Ireland are Shamrock and a red hand.
Now let’s compare our national emblem.
The Golden Sun of our flag means the symbol of lord to whom our ancestors worshipped.
The Golden Eagle wishes very high places in the world. The national ornament denotes the inheritance of customs.
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