Educational: to consolidate and revise the materials of the unit.
Upbringing: to teach pupils to respect world spots and other countries.
Practical: to practice talking about sightseeing around the world.
Developing: to develop pupils’ writing, speaking, reading, listening skills.
Methods: Working in groups and in pairs. Individual work.
Aids: blackboard, lap top, pictures, notebook, book, question cards.
Time: 45 min.
Plan of the lesson:
Organization moment. —4min
Checking home works.—5min
Main part.—25 min
Giving home works.—1min
—Good morning pupils
—Sit down please.
—Who is on duty today?
—What is the weather like today?
—What date is it today?
—What day is it today?
—Who is absent today?
Play “Step by step”. Divide the whole class into 3 groups. Prepared step numbers, little number cube and three colored little things must be exist in your table or it can be played in magnetic board. One member of each group comes to the blackboard. Three pupils drop the number cube turn by turn. They steps according to the numbers of cubes that shown when they dropped. Each pupil must answer the question after stepping. The next member of the group will continue the step.
Where is Amir Temur museum. —It is in Tashkent
Translate into English “haykal”—statue
Translate into Uzbek “bridge”—Ko’prik
Translate into English “osmon etagi”—skyline
Translate into Uzbek “tower”—minora
Where is Big Ben?—It’s in UK
Translate into Uzbek “liberty”—Ozodlik
Translate into Uzbek “torch”—mash’ala
Where is Sydney Opera House?—It’s in Australia
Where is Trafalgar square?—It’s in UK
Checking home works.
What was your home task for today? Let’s check up. It was to learn by heart vocabulary words and write down 5 buildings and countries where they situated.
E.g.: Registan is in Samarqand.
Taj Mahal is in India.
Eiffel tower is in Paris.
Intercontinental hotel is in Tashkent.
The Great Wall is in China.
I’ll check your home task during the lesson. We have an activity concerning to world spots and places.
4. Main part
I. Pre-activity. Presentation about world spots. Teacher presents presentation prepared beforehand about the world spots. Possible presentation should include following notions:
Pictures of world spots and some information about them.
Pupils did you like my presentation? Did you take any new information? OK. Let’s do the task. It is an individual work. Now, I’ll write down 3 questions and you must answer it in a written form. You can use Lesson 1 at page 70 to do the task.
Where do you want to go?
Why do you want to go there?
How do you want to go there?
E.g. I want to go France. Because I want to see Eiffel tower. I want to go there by plain.
Now, the next task is working in pairs. Every 2 pupils should make up dialogue. Pupil A uses a questions and Pupil B uses own written answers. Possible dialogue should be as following:
P.A:—Where do you want to go?
P.B:—I want to go India.
P.A:—Why do you want to go there?
P.B:—Because I want to see Taj Mahal.
P.A:—How do you want to go there?
P.B:—I want to go there by ship.
Very good pupils. You are very active today.
II. While- activity. Matching sightseeing and countries or regions. Working in groups. Divide the whole class into 2 groups. The first group matches on the first paper and the second group matches on the second paper.
Taj Mahal India
Eiffel tower France
Trafalgar square UK
Dream World Park Australia
New York skyline New York
Taronga Zoo Australia
Intercontinental hotel Tashkent
Statue of Liberty New York
Big Ben UK
Sydney Opera House Sydney
The Golden Bridge USA
Tower of London London
III.Post-activity. Comment to the numerals. Individual work. Now pupils, I’ll show you the numerals and you must give them comments. The numerals are belong to the text “Marco Polo” at page 70 and the text “Statue of Liberty” at page 74. You can use the book. Because, you may jumbled the numerals up.
Are you ready? Let’s begin.
1254 Marco Polo was born in 1254
1272 He traveled to Asia
17 He traveled to Asia
1275 The Emperor of China met the visitors at his Palace
5,000 5,000 soldiers rode through the China
18 He spent 18 years in China
1295 He returned to Italy
225 The Statue of Liberty weighs 225 tons
100 The Statue is about 100 meters
1886 The statue was put up at 1886
100th The statue was gift for America’s 100th birthday.
Well done! You are excellent today my pupils.
5Giving home works. And now write down your home task. It will be to learn by heart vocabulary words that belong to the unit and to make up your own sentences using world spots.
6. Giving marks. Now I’ll tell your marks. For active pupils
marks will be put.
Conclusion. Dear pupils, did you like our lesson? Well. The lesson is over. Good bye!!!
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