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Методическая разработка открытого урока по теме " Телемост Москва-Лондон"
Разработка открытого урока
«Урок – телемост Москва – Лондон»
учитель английского языка
МАОУ СОШ № 5 им. Г.И.Шедрина
Образовательная цель: систематизировать знания учащихся по теме «Москва», «Лондон». Совершенствование навыков монологической речи. Практика учащихся в аудировании.
Воспитательная и развивающая цели: воспитание любви учащихся к своей Родине, гордости за национальные богатства, достижения культуры русского народа и народа Великобритании. Расширение кругозора по изучаемым темам, воспитание культуры общения, коммуникативности, дружелюбия. Развитие интеллектуальных и познавательных способностей учащихся.
Оснащение урока: стенды о Москве и Лондоне, флажки России и Великобритании, буклеты и фотографии с видами Лондона и Москвы, видеокассета достопримечательностей городов, аудиокассета с записью английской и русской музыки, телевизор, магнитофон.
Teacher: Hello, boys and girls! We are going to have some fun today. We are practice Satellite Link “Moscow – London”. You have to imagine that you are Russian and English students on TV. It’s up to you how you develop your roles. Everybody has an opportunity to express his or her opinion. I hope you’ll find something interesting and new for yourselves. Let’s congratulate each other. Let’s start.
RP1: Hello, welcome to Satellite Link “Moscow – London”. Let us take sightseeing tour round Moscow. It is difficult to describe Moscow in a few words. And it is very difficult to see all the places of interest.
EP1: As we know, Red Square and the Kremlin are the most interesting places in Moscow, aren’t they?
RP1: Yes, right you are. The first palace the tourists go to Moscow is the Kremlin. One can’t imagine Moscow without the Kremlin, which is the heart of city. (Показывает иллюстрации).
RP2: Originally the Kremlin was a fortress. It was very high and thick.
EP2: Just like the Tower of London. The Tower is one of the most ancient buildings of London. It was founded in the 11th century by William the Conqueror. For many centuries the Tower has been a fortress, a palace, a prison and a royal treasury. It is now a museum of arms and armor, - and, as one of the strongest fortresses in Britain, it has the Crown Jewels (Показывает иллюстрации).
RP3: Among the historical monuments in the Kremlin are the famous Bell Tsar and Cannon Tsar. They are the biggest bell and cannon in the world. The Bell Tsar weights over 200 tons and it was made by two Russian masters Ivan Motorin and his son Mikhail in 1733 – 1735. The Cannon Tsar is older then the Bell Tsar. It was made in 1586 by Andrei Chokhov and it weights 40 tons. The Cannon Tsar is over 5 meters long. (Показывает иллюстрации).
EP3: And which is the most important tower of Kremlin?
RP3: The most important tower of the Kremlin is Spasskaya. It often serves as a symbol of the country. We can hear the chime of the Spasskaya Tower clock by radio. (Показывает иллюстрации).
EP3: Just like Big Ben in London, which is one of the most famous clocks in the world.
RP4: Red Square is one of the most important and beautiful sights. It is famous for the Historical Museum, St. Basil’s Cathedral and monument to Minin and Pozharsky. The monument erected in 1818 to commemorate the liberation of the Russian land from foreign invaders. On the monument you can see the words: “To citizen Minin and prince Pozharsky from grateful Russia”. (Показывает иллюстрации).
RP5: On the southern side of the Red Square you can see the colorful multydomed cathedral of St. Basil the Blessed or Pokrovsky Cathedral. It was built in 1552 to commemorate Russia’s conquest of the Kazan Kingdom in the 16th century.
It is a masterpiece of Russian architecture. The legend says that Tsar Ivan the Terrible after the construction was completed ordered to blind the two architects so they could not built any structure as beautiful as the cathedral. (Показывает иллюстрации).
EP4: And when did the history of Moscow begin?
RP4: The history of Moscow began in the year 1147; it was founded by prince Yuri Dolgoruky. In 1997 we celebrated its 850th anniversary.
EP5: London is more than 2000 years old. It is one of the largest cities in the world. It lies on the both sides of the River Thames. About seven million people live here. London consists of three parts: the City, the West End and the East End.
RP5: And what is the City?
EP6: The city is the heart of the business and financial of the country. Most of London’s banks and offices are located in this part of the capital. It is the oldest part of London. It is small but very important. More than two thousand years ago a town was built here. Now thousands of people come here every morning to work in large offices. (Показывает иллюстрации)
RP6: What is the West End?
EP7: The West End is best known to rich tourists. You will find the best theatres, clubs, museums, restaurants, shops and hotels here.
EP8: In the West End numerous tourists visit Trafalgar Square. It is the geographical center of London. It was named in the memory of Admiral Nelson’s victory at the battle of Trafalgar in 1805. The tall Nelson’s Column stands in the middle of the square. The figure of Nelson is on the top of the column. Round the base one can see four carvings which represent scenes of Nelson. Not far from it there is the National Gallery and joined to it is the National Portrait Gallery. These galleries contain marvelous collections of paintings by English artists. (Показывает иллюстрации).
EP1: St. Paul’s Cathedral is the work of the famous architect Sir Christopher Wren. It is said to be one of the finest pieces of architecture in Europe. From far away you can see the huge dome with golden ball and cross on the top. The interior of the Cathedral is very beautiful. It is full of monuments. After looking round you can climb 263 steps to the Whispering Gallery, which runs round the dome. It is called so, because if someone whispers close to the wall on one side, person with his ear close to the wall on the other side can hear what is said. (Показывает иллюстрации).
EP2: The ravens whose forefathers used to fined food in the Tower still live here as the part of the history. There is a legend that if the ravens disappear the Tower will fall. That is why the birds are carefully guarded.
EP3: Westminster Abbey is a fine Gothic building which stands opposite the Houses of Parliament. It is the work of many hands and different ages. One of the great glories of the Abbey is the Chapel of Henry VII. The Chapel is of stone and glass, so wonderfully cut and sculptured that it seems unreal. If you go past the magnificent tombstones of Kings and Queens, some made of gold and precious stones, past the gold – and – silver banners of the Order the Garter, hanging from the ceiling, you will come to the Poet’s Corner. There many of the greatest writers and buried: Charles Dickens, Geoffrey Chaucer, Thomas Hardy, Rudyard Kipling and others. Here in the Abbey there is also the Grave of the Unknown Warrior, a symbol of nation’s grief. (Показывает иллюстрации).
RP1: In Moscow there is also a monument o the heroes who gave their lives in the World War II – the Grave of the Unknown Soldier. It is in the Alexandrovsky Garden (laid out after the war of 1812 by the Kremlin wall). The flame of the eternal glory is lit there. (Показывает иллюстрации).
RP4: What is the East End?
EP4: In the East End people of all colors live. Very large riverside docks here make London one of the three largest ports in the world. Many factory workers and dockers live and work in the East End of London. You will not find big parks and gardens in this part of the city. (Показывает иллюстрации).
EP5: Moscow is the great cultural center of Russia, isn’t it?
RP5: Yes, the museums, art galleries, theaters make Moscow a global cultural center. Every day thousands of people visit the State Tretyakov Gallery and the Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts.
RP6: One of the famous art museums of Moscow is the Tretyakov Art Gallery. The museum was founded in 1856 by Pavel Mikhailovich Tretyakov. He had been collecting pictures for 40 years and had a rich collection of Russian paintings. They included works of Russian art of the 18th and the 19th centuries, outstanding works of his contemporaries. The collection of the gallery reflects the history of Russian art, you can see icons of Rublev, portraits by Repin, Tropinin, Brullov, Russian landscapers by Shishkin, Savrasov, Levitan, historical canvases by Suricov and many others. (Показывает иллюстрации).
EP3: In London we have the famous British Museum. At first it was particularly famous for its natural history collection and its vast library of books. The museum’s huge collection of books and manuscripts has now become the British Library. Many fine examples of famous books, Bibles, manuscripts and old maps are displayed in the British Library galleries in the museum. For over two and a quarter centuries the collections of “antiquities” have gone on growing. Today the British Museum is a treasure house of old, beautiful and interesting objects. They come from all over the world and from thousands of years of history. The one thing they have in common is that they have been made by hang. Every exhibit reveals the skull of its maker and tells us something about the time and place in which it was made. (Показывает иллюстрации).
RP5: Moscow has over 60 historical, art, natural science, literary and theatrical museums, memorial houses and flats, exhibition halls. Moscow is a city of world – famous theatres. The Bolshoi Theater was opened in 1825. On March, 27 we celebrated the 225th anniversary of the Bolshoi Theatre. Many great Russian ballet-dancers performed there such as Pavlova, Ulanova, Plisetskaya and many others. Among other most popular theatres are: the Maly Theatre, the Puppet Theatre named after Obraztsov, the Chaikovsky Concert Hall and others.
Звучит музыка Г. Свиридова
RP1: Our tour is over. I hope very much that you enjoyed this tour.
Friendship is a thing for two,
Three or four, even more.
Like a song that’s made to sing,
Friendship is a doing thing.
Thank you and good-bye.
Teacher: And now let’s sum up what we know. I’ll give you cards and you must fill in the gapes/
Учащиеся заполняют пропуски в карточках, затем читают вслух по цепочке.
…is the capital of Russia.
…is the capital of the United Kingdom.
London is on the river …
The Kremlin, Red Square, St. Basil’s Cathedral, the Bolshoi Theatre, the Tretyakov Gallery are famous sights of …
The Tower of London, Big Ben, the West End are famous sights of …
If one can speak of the …as the “money” of London and the… End as the “goods” of London, then the… End as the “hands” of London – the hands which have filled these shops with all kinds of goods. These hands have built up the welyh of the United Kingdom.
Teacher: Now let us see who has the best knowledge of facts. Are these statements true or false? Correct the false statements.
Red Square and the most interesting places of Moscow.
The Tower of London is a royal church.
Among the historical monuments in the Tower are the famous Bell – Tsar and the Cannon – Tsar
The Bell – Tsar is older than the Cannon – Tsar
The monument to Minin and Pozharsky was erected in 1818.
The history of Moscow began in the year 1812.
Moscow was founded by prince Oleg.
The City of London is the heart of the business and financial life of the country.
The West End is best known to rich tourists.
Many factory workers and dockers live and work in the East End.
Teacher: And now boys and girls you’ll see places of interest of Moscow and London on TV. Name places you see.
Учащиеся называют достопримечательности, которые видят на экране телевизора.
Подведение итогов урока
Teacher: Very good. I am satisfied with your work today. I hope you learned more about London and Moscow. I’d like to say “The more you live, the more you see, the more you know”. Our lesson is over. Thank you. Good-bye.
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