Конспект урока по английскому языку на тему: "New Zealand: the land of the long white cloud".
учебный аспект — формирование коммуникативной культуры школьников, развитие речевого умения (монологической формы речи), формирование грамматических навыков говорения (условные предложения I типа), развитие навыков аудирования;
познавательный аспект — ознакомление с иноязычной культурой и расширение кругозора учащихся средствами иностранного языка;
развивающий аспект — развитие способностей к формулированию выводов из услышанного и прочитанного, развитие коммуникабельности (способности к общению в группах), развитие познавательного интереса, вовлечение учащихся в творческую деятельность, развитие способностей к логическому изложению, к формулированию выводов;
воспитательный аспект — воспитание уважительного отношения к другой культуре, формирование способности к совместной работе в группе, воспитание чувства ответственности за совместную работу.
Оснащение урока: презентация, глобус, текст для аудирования, раздаточный материал для выполнения индивидуальной работы, наглядный материал для работы в группах.
Материал урока основан на учебнике J. Wildman “Matrix foundation”
Today we have an unusual lesson. We are going to make a trip to one of the English- speaking countries. This country is often associated with a long white cloud. What country is it?
It is New Zealand (the Maori , native people of New Zealand, named it as the country of a long white cloud).
About seven million people visit New Zealand each year. Why do they go?
To answer this question, listen to the letter and complete the sentences.
Hello! My name is Emily and I live in the capital of (1) … … , Wellington.
I am 11 years old.
First of all, New Zealand is an (2) … country in the South (3) … … .
New Zealand is part of a (4) … island group called (5) … .
Our country is made up of (6) … main islands called the North Irland and the (7) … Island.
There are also (8) … smaller islands.
If you come to (9) … , you will (10) find that New Zealand is a (11) … … .
We have lots of (12) … , mountains , (13) …… and beaches.
You will also find out that we speak (14) … (with a British accent).
But there are (15) … official languages in our country (English and Maori).
Popular sports here are (16) … (like football), cricket (like (17) … ), and soccer.
Many people love to (18) … (including my dad). In the mountains, you can (19) … and (20) … .
I hope you’ve enjoyed hearing about my (21) … … and that someday you will come and visit New (22) … .
Text for listening comprehension (for teacher).
Hello! My name is Emily and I live in the Capital of New Zealand, Wellington. I’m 11 years old.
First of all, New Zealand is an island country in the Southwest Pacific Ocean. New Zealand is part of a large island group called Polynesia. Our country is made up of two main islands called the North Island and the South Island. There are also many smaller islands.
If you come to visit, you will find that New Zealand is a beautiful country. We have lots of lakes, mountains, rainforests and beaches. You will also find out that we speak English (with a British accent).But there are two official languages in our country (English and Maori).
Popular sports here are rugby (like football), cricket (like baseball), and soccer. Many people love to sail (including my dad). In the mountains, you can ski and climb.
I hope you’ve enjoyed hearing about my beautiful country and that someday you will come and visit New Zealand.
Look at the globe. Where is New Zealand situated?
It lies in the Southern Hemisphere. This means that when it’s summer in Russia, it’s winter in New Zealand. Your task is to put months in New Zealand into the correct columns.
To learn more about New Zealand, read the text “New Zealand: the land of the long white cloud”
Match headings a-d to sections 1-4.
A Connection to Europe
B A multicultural country
C The first New Zealanders
D Things to do
Choose the best option a, b or c.
Who were the first people to arrive in New Zealand?
Australians b) Europeans c) Maories
Which Maori tradition did Captain Cook introduce to England?
the haka b) tattooing c) canoeing
Which country was New Zealand part of?
Holland b) Australia c) Great Britain
In New Zealand there are ten times more … than local people .
Visitors each year b) people from Japan c) sheep
What can you see in New Zealand?
rainforests b) jungles c) deserts
Work in groups. Match the pictures to the information about New Zealand. (презентация, слайды 5-12)
Reproduce the images of New Zealand.
Many people visit New Zealand and some of them write poems about it.
Listen to one of the poems. Find and read first conditional sentences.
Make first conditional sentences.
Read the text. Choose the correct alternative to complete these sentences and solve the puzzle.
Hi! I’m Kirstie, and I’m going to tell you about Wellington, the capital of New Zealand.
If you (13) like/ (1) likes water sports, you (2) love/ (17)will love Wellington’s wonderful beach.
We have sailing, sea kayaking and windsurfing. But don’t worry if the weather (3) are/ (15) is bad, you (16) will still have / (4)have lots to do. Wellington’s famous museum ’Te Papa’ is full of beautiful Maori art.
If you (5)enjoy / (10) will enjoy shopping, you (19) are not/ (9) will not be bored. Our biggest shop, Kirkcaldie, is open every day. If you (21) want/ (14) wants something different, you (12) will discover / (11) discover interesting shops in the Cuba Quarter. You (22) find / (7) will find lots of places to relax if you (23) are / (20) will be tired after shopping. The city has more than 300 cafes!
What about nightlife? Well, if you (24) like / (6) will like going out, you (18) have/ (8) will have lots of fun in Wellington. There are some great bars and restaurants. In fact, Wellington has more bars and restaurants for each visitor than New York City!
The Kiwi- bird is the national symbol of New Zealand. But KIWI is not only the bird.
How do people call the New Zealand dollar?
How do people call fruit (green inside, brown outside)?
How do people call international symbol of New Zealand?
How do people call New Zealanders?
So, let’s summarize the main we have learned today.