Министерство образования и науки Республики Казахстан
РГКП «Семипалатинский финансово-экономический колледж
имени Рымбека Байсеитова»
по предмету «Профессиональный иностранный язык»
на тему «London is the capital of Great Britain»
Подготовлен и проведен
в группах 2 осн ВТ-1, 2 осн ВТ-2
2015-2016 учебный год
The theme of the lesson: “London. Phrasal verbs”
teaching : to present new vocabulary connected to the lexical theme;
developing: to develop student’s skills in speaking, writing, reading and listening;
up-bringing: to bring-up respect to other people opinions, to increase their interest in learning foreign language; to enlarge their outlook through giving information on the theme;
Тype of the lesson: auction lesson
Kind of the lesson: practical
The equipment of the lesson: pictures, presentation, flash – cards, exercises papers, video materials
Methods used at the lesson: practical, reproductive
Providing subjects: English, Russian, Kazakh, Geography
Provided subject: Professional English
The Procedure of the lesson:
1. Organization moment:
Good afternoon, girls and boys.
Greeting: Good morning, pupils! I’m glad to see you.
pointing of absentees
explanation of aims of the lesson
1.What date is it today? What day of week is it today? What’s the weather like today?
2.Who is absent today? What happened with him/her?
Today we are going to travel around the Great Britain
Fact or Fiction
In this game, one person tells a short story about themselves or someone they know or heard about. Usually it is something funny or crazy. It can be a true story, or something made up.
Example: Josh tells a story about his Uncle Leo who sleeps in the nude. One day Uncle Leo was sleepwalking and he went outside and took his dog for a walk. The next door neighbour was coming home late from work and saw him! She called the police and he got arrested for being naked in public.
Everyone around the room has to say whether they think Josh's story is fact (true) or fiction (made up). Josh reveals the truth when everyone has guessed. Members can take turns telling a story.
Procedure of the lesson
I. Organization moment
Today we’ll continue to speak about London. Look at the map. London is the capital of Great Britain and the United Kingdom. This is the flag of the U.K. At your Geography lesson you’ll also speak about this country but today we’ll travel to the most famous sights of London. Be attentive and you’ll learn some interesting facts about the sights.
Today we’ll have an unusual lesson. We’ll make a trip to London.
So, children, it’s time for us to visit London.
1) Let’s read the motto of our lesson “It’s better to see something once then to hear about it a hundred times”. Please, give a Russian proverb to these words. (“Лучше один раз увидеть, чем сто раз услышать”). That’s why today at the lesson we’ll try to do so.
II. Work with song «The Streets of London»
Now I’d like to invite you to the bus tour about London. We’ll start it with a song “The Streets of London”.
III. Checking home-task:
But first of all let’s name the main London’s sights. Let’s revise some information about the most famous sights of the British capital.
Now look at the photos of the places you have spoken about. So, my friends, imagine, you are really in London. Close your eyes, relax and see yourselves near the Houses of Parliament. Listen the sounds of Big Ben.
IV. Watching the film “10 things you need to know about London”
a) Pre-watching. Students should to write new words and try to explain it.
b) While-watching. Students have to make notes during the film.
c) After-watching. They have to put in logical order the sentences about the film.
10 things you need to know about London
London is one of Europe’s largest cities.
For travelling the "Tube" buy yourself a "travel card" or an “Oyster Card”
Many of the world’s most instantly recognisable landmarks are here.
The city’s top museums and galleries are free.
There are lots of parks to chill out in.
This is one of the best cities in the world for shopping.
It’s got some really cool neighbourhoods.
You have to try some local specialties when eating out.
Shop around when looking for discounted theatre tickets.
Go east rather than west for nightlife.
“Agree or Disagree”
T: And now let’s play a game “Agree or Disagree”. You already know a lot about London. Listen to my sentences and be attentive. Repeat the statement if you agree with me and correct it if you disagree.
T: Trafalgar Square is in London.
P1: I agree with you, Trafalgar Square is in London.
T: Moscow is the capital of the UK.
P2: I disagree with you, London is the capital of the UK.
T: You don’t want to visit Great Britain.
P3: You are mistaken, we want to visit Great Britain very much.
T: London is the biggest city of the UK.
P4: It’s true. London is the biggest city of the UK.
T: London is one of the most interesting and famous cities in Europe.
P5: I agree with you. London is one of the most interesting and famous cities in Europe.
T: There are no art galleries in the capital of the UK.
P6: I disagree with you. There are some art galleries in London.
T: London is not a beautiful city.
P7: You are mistaken, London is a very beautiful city.
T: I see that you really know a lot about the capital of Great Britain. And I hope you’ll get more information about it after our trip.
VI. Performance stage
Well, you have visited London. Let’s summarize the information about it. What sights of London do you like most of all and what do you know about them? Now let’s take a part in an auction. Now listen to the rules of auction. It consist of some stages, each of them includes five questions. These questions deal with the theme of previous lessons. Let’s choose the first theme. This die will help us to do it.
1.”The Capital of Great Britain”
1. What river does London stand on?
a) the Severn
b) the Trent
c) the Thames
d) the Potomac
2. The population of London is about…
a) 5 million people
b) 6 million people
c) 7 million people
d) 8 million people
3. How is the most business part of London called?
a) the Town
b) the City
c) the Country
d) the Capital
4. How old is London?
5. What is the largest park in London?
a) Green Park
b) St. James Park
c) Hyde Park
d) Regent’s Park
2. “Political System”
1.Who is the head of state in Great Britain?
a) a monarch
b) a prime minister
c) the House of Commons
d) the House of Lords
2. Who is the present monarch in Great Britain?
a) Prince Charles
b) Prince Henry
c) Queen Elizabeth I
d) Queen Elizabeth II
3. Who was the ex- Prime Minister of Great Britain?
a) Tony Blair
b) Margaret Thatcher
c) John Major
d) James Callaghan
4. Choose the real governing body of Great Britain.
a) the House of Lords
b) the House of Commons
c) a monarch
d) a political party
5. Choose a political party which hasn’t ever been established in Great Britain?
a) the Republican Party
b) the Conservative Party
c) the Labour Party
d) the Liberal Party
1. How many countries does the UK consist of?
2. What ocean is Great Britain washed by in the north-west, north and south-west?
a) the Pacific Ocean
b) the Atlantic Ocean
c) the Indian Ocean
d) the Arctic Ocean
3. What weather is the most common in Great Britain?
4. Which of these countries is separated from the others by the North Channel?
c) Wales d) Northern Ireland
5. Which of these rivers is not situated in Great Britain?
b) the Trent
c) the Potomac
d) the Themes
4. “History of Great Britain”
1. In what century did the Romans come to Great Britain?
a) 50 BC
b) 55 BC
c) 10 AD
d) 15 AD
2. From what countries did Anglo-Saxons come to Britain?
a) France and Germany
b) Greece and Scandinavia
c) Germany and Scandinavia
d) Greece and France
3. From what century did Vikings begin to raid Britain?
a) 600 AD
b) 700 AD
c) 800 Ad
d) 900 AD
4. Who dissolved the Parliament and the Lord Protector of England ?
a) Henry VIII
b) Richard III
c) Edward the Confessor
d) Oliver Cromwell
5. At first the House of Lords consisted only of…
b) people from the countries
d) rich peasants
5. “Places to visit”
1. Where does the monarch of Great Britain live?
a) in Buckingham Palace
b) in Westminster Abbey
c) in the White House
d) in the Tower of London
2. What architect built St. Paul’s Cathedral in 1675-1710?
a) Peter Harrison
b) Francesco Borromini
c) Sir Christopher Wren
d) Jean Marot
3. What building is considered to be in the center of London?
a) St. Paul’s Cathedral
b) Westminster Abbey
c) Trafalgar Square
d) the tower of London
4. Choose the famous place where every person can speak on any theme.
a) Hyde Park
b) Trafalgar Square
c) Piccadilly Circus
d) the National Gallery
5. What building is situated in the center of Trafalgar Square?
a) the National Gallery
b) Buckingham Palace
c) Trajan’s Column
d) Nelson’s Column
1) c ; 2) c; 3) b; 4) c; 5) c.
1) a; 2) d; 3) b; 4) b; 5) a.
1) b; 2) b; 3) a; 4) d; 5) c.
1) b; 2) c; 3) c; 4) d; 5) a.
1) a; 2) c; 3) c; 4) a; 5) d.
VII. Grammar point
1. A phrasal verb is a verb plus a preposition or adverb which creates a meaning different from the original verb.
I ran into my teacher at the movies last night. run + into = meet
He ran away when he was 15. run + away = leave home
2. Some phrasal verbs are intransitive. An intransitive verb cannot be followed by an object.
He suddenly showed up. "show up" cannot take an object
3. Some phrasal verbs are transitive. A transitive verb can be followed by an object.
I made up the story. "story" is the object of "make up"
4. Some transitive phrasal verbs are separable. The object is placed between the verb and the preposition. In this Phrasal Verb Dictionary, separable phrasal verbs are marked by placing a * between the verb and the preposition / adverb.
I talked my mother into letting me borrow the car.
She looked the phone number up.
5. Some transitive phrasal verbs are inseparable. The object is placed after the preposition. In this Phrasal Verb Dictionary, inseparable phrasal verbs are marked by placing a + after the preposition / adverb.
I ran into an old friend yesterday.
They are looking into the problem.
6. Some transitive phrasal verbs can take an object in both places. In this Phrasal Verb Dictionary, such phrasal verbs are marked with both * and + .
I looked the number up in the phone book.
I looked up the number in the phone book.
7. WARNING! Although many phrasal verbs can take an object in both places, you must put the object between the verb and the preposition if the object is a pronoun.
I looked the number up in the phone book.
I looked up the number in the phone book.
I looked it up in the phone book. correct
I looked up it in the phone book. incorrect
Practicing the grammar theme:
Quick! Get on the bus. It's ready to leave.
I don't know where my book is. I have to look for it.
It's dark inside. Can you switch on the light, please?
Fill in the form, please.
I need some new clothes. Why don't you try on these jeans?
It's warm inside. Take off your coat.
This pencil is really old. You can throw it away.
It's so loud here. Can you turn down the radio a little.
The firemen were able to put out the fire in Church Street.
Does your little brother believe in ghosts?
Homework: to prepare to the test and information about London
Your marks today are. Now the lesson is over. Thank you.
Teacher G. Zh. Bekturova
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