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Конспект урока по английскому языку "Around Ancient Britain"(8 класс)

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Урок по теме :“Around Ancient Britain



Класс 8 «В»













Учитель: Н.В.Каткова


Цели урока:





  1. Учебная – развитие навыка монологической речи и исследовательской активности в ходе заполнения таблицы ,активизация в речи употребления Present

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  1. Развивающая – развитие познавательной деятельности учащихся, способности применять полученные ранее знания.

  2. Воспитательная - осознание реалей культуры страны изучаемого языка, формирование потребности, способности к осознанию образа жизни, поведения людей другой культуры и своей родной культуры.



Задачи урока:

- совершенствование речевых умений по теме;

- совершенствование умений аудирования с целью увеличения необходимой информации;

- обобщение и систематизация полученных знаний.



Оборудование:

учебники, справочники, газеты, книги для чтения, карта Великобритании, рисунки, компьютер, проектор, экран, магнитофон, раздаточный материал (тесты ,таблицы).

















Ход урока

I.Организационный момент.

Teacher: Dear friends! Today we are going to have a very inter­esting lesson-exploration of ancient British monuments and legends and traditions connected with them. To do this we'll have a tour around Britain with the help of our map and sites on it, we want to talk about. During our exploration we are going to fill in a special form prepared for our lesson to see what new things we managed to learn about mysterious Ancient Britain.

II. Фонетическая и речевая зарядка.

Teacher: Let's repeat the words - associations to see what Ancient Britain is for us:




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Teacher: And now, let's repeat our magic words to find our­selves in Britain.

P1-P15: I've never been to Britain, I've never seen Stonehenge.

I've never walked in London to cross the famous Tower-Bridge.

I've never sailed across the sea or been to Buckingham Palace.

I've only seen the girl in Book of Wonders, whose name was Alice.

I've never visited ancient castles or listened to their stories.

And never collected legends to keep in mankind's memorials

III. Основная часть урока. Развитие монологической ре­чи, познавательной и исследовательской активности в ходе за­полнения таблицы.

Teacher: How clever of you to be just in the South of Eng­land. Do you have your note-books to write down all interesting facts about the sights of our interest? What famous sight is situated here?

Pi: It's Stonehenge 13 Km from Solisbury (демонстрация и запись в таблице). We know from our text-book that it's one of the European biggest stone circles 10 or 12 metres high of prehistorical time 1850-1400 ВС. The Druids used Stonehenge for a calendar to know when the months and seasons started. On the 24th of June the Sun shines on the Heel Stone. It's the longest day of the year, On that day we can see Druids festival. It's a tradition. But according to an­other source (the newspaper) we found out that many parts of Stone­henge were built before the time of Druids and Pyramids in Egypt and that it could be used as an observatory for complex calculations and predictions of movements of sky bodies. So, it's a kind of com­puter!

P2: Our branch is science and the second place connected with it is Oxford (демонстрация). University which appeared in 1164-1169. It consists of 35 different colleges and 5 "halls". The scholars had to find this place to study when Henry II made English clerks to go to the Uni-

versity of Paris, They taught theology, law, mathematics, natural phi­losophy and rhetoric. Oxford is a beautiful ancient city of 912 AD. That's why one square mile of it has more than 900 buildings of archi­tectural and historic interest.

P3:Our next branch is about legendary heroes. The legends of King Arthur began to appear in the XII century and are based on a Celtic leader of the 6th century (515) who defended his country against Saxon invasion. He was born in Tintagel (Cornwall) and brought up by Merlin, an old Celtic magician. Arthur became King of Britain at the age of 15 when he managed to pull a sword from a rock. He received a magic Sward Excalibur from the Lady of the Lake. His Knights sat at the round table so, that they were equal. The Knights had feasts, sang ballads and had to kill dragons and giants. They respected honour. The legend said King Arthur died in a Tintagel Monastery which is King Arthur's castle now.

P4: One more legend is about Lady Godiva, a kind and beauti­ful woman and a wife of Lord Leofric, the ruler of Coventry in 1040. The people of Coventry paid much money to their Lord and Lady Godiva often asked her husband not to take so much money, but he only laughted at her. He agreed only once, but by his words she must ride naked on horse-back through the streets of the town. There are 2 versions of this legend: while doing it she was covered by her long hair and according to the second all people in Coventry shut doors, windows, nobody came out, except Tom, who became blind when he looked out.

P5: Robin Hood is a legendary hero who lived in Sherwood Forest in Nottingham, situated in the heart of England, surrounded by country­side. Stories about his adventures appeared in the 14lh century, but it is believed that Robin was born in 1160 at time of many robbers living in the woods. Robin Hood and his Merry Men robbed the rich to give to the poor. Robin was a great sportsman, a brave fighter. He dressed in green, lived in the forest with his wife Maid Marion and his men. Although the great Sherwood Forest has practically disappeared, there are parts of it with the Majot Oak - the headquarters of Robin Hood. A stat­ure of Robin Hood now stands on Robin Hood's Green at the foot of Nottingham Castle, founded in 1068.

P6: Our next branch is English monarchy and the first sight connected with it is Westminster Abbey in London, which was founded in 1050 as a monastery. Later it was rebuilt by Henry III. In the 18th century the West Towers were added. It is a place of corona­tion of all English Kings. This tradition was established by William the Conqueror, who was crowned in 1066. The present Queen Eliza­beth II was crowned in 1953. It is a place where English Kings are married and buried. Many famous Englishmen were buried here: Newton, Darvin, Watt.

P7: One more sight connected with monarchy is the Tower of London - the oldest palace, fortress and prison in Europe. It was built around 1090 by William the Conqueror on a site of a Roman fort. Mas­sive walls and other towers were added later. It has been a citadel, pal­ace, prison, the home of the Mint, the treasury, the first royal observa­tory. Three queens of England have been beheaded within its walls. The Tower's guardians - Befeaters wear scarlet and gold uniforms dating back to Henry VII's time. Ravens lived in the Tower according to the legend made noise while attacking of enemies at night, when the guardi­ans were sleeping.

P8: Windsor castle, founded in 1086, has been the residence of the Kings and Queen of England for over 800 years and it is still a residence of Elizabeth II. In 1348 the Order of the Garter was estab­lished in the Castle when 26 Knights were elected members. They in­cluded Edward III and The Black Prince. Another residence of English monarchs is Buckingham palace, built in 1703. The first monarch who took residence was Queen Victoria. The Palace is not opened for the public. The ceremony of the Changing the Guards at Buckingham Palace is a great tourists attraction. It takes place daily at 1130. One group of guards in their traditional uniforms gives keys to another group.

Teacher: I want to add about Buckingham Palace. It is a fam-ily house where children play and grow and the place where presidents, Kings, politicians go to meet the Queen. Being Queen is a really busy job: reading letters from the public (1000 each week), having daily meetings with her Private Secretary, ambassadors, judges, bishops, get­ting thousands of invitations, opening new hospitals, bridges, factories. In her spare time Elizabeth II enjoys horse racing, fishing, walking, taking photos on her travels. She visited 128 countries during her offi­cial visits in 50 years.

IV. Заключительная часть урока. Подведение итогов.

Teacher: We are finishing now. Let's listen to the dialogue to finish our lesson.

P9: Russian tourist, Russian tourist,

Where have you been?

P10. I've been to Britain to look at the Queen.

P9: Russian tourist, Russian tourist,

What did you do there?

P10: I saw ancient monuments to study, to compare. P9: Russian tourist, Russian tourist,

Why will you go there?

P10: Among traditions, legends my time well to spare.

Teacher: Our time is out. Your marks are 5-s. You worked brilliantly. Your hometask is to work with your notes in our table. Try to tell about everything you learnt at this lesson. Good-bye.

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