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Методическая разработка урока «Discover Britain. England», УМК Афанасьева О.В., Михеева И.В. (6 класс)

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Методическая разработка урока в 6 классе, УМК Афанасьева О.В., Михеева И.В.

Тема урока: «Discover Britain. England».

Цели урока:

Развивающие аспекты: развитие навыков чтения с полным пониманием; развитие навыков аудирования с целью извлечения запрашиваемой информации; развитие навыков аудирования с полным пониманием (с опорой); развитие навыков устной речи (пересказ с опорой); активизация лексического материала по теме.

Познавательный аспект: учащиеся познакомятся с пятью регионами Англии.

Учебный аспект: овладение всеми видами речевой деятельности: аудированием, говорением, чтением и письмом:

а) развитие механизмов аудирования с целью поиска запрашиваемой информации и с полным пониманием, развитие памяти и механизмов узнавания;

б) развитие механизмов чтения с полным пониманием;

в) развитие навыков письма, умений составлять краткие заметки как план-основу для пересказа;

г) развитие навыков монологической речи на основе только что прочитанного текста.

д) развитие навыков диалогической речи на основе предложенных слов и словосочетаний.

Воспитательный аспект: воспитание умения работать в команде, чувства взаимопомощи, уважительного отношения друг к другу, а также культуры языкового общения.

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I. Организационный момент и приветствие. Введение в тему урока.

We continue to talk about England.

We are going to focus on England at our lesson.

We are going to study the words and word combinations on our topic.

II. Речевая зарядка, контроль остаточных знаний (фронтальный опрос).

_What do you remember about England?

Students: – It’s the biggest part of the UK.

_What is the capital of England?

Students:– The capital is London.

_ What is the symbol of England?

Students:– The symbol is a red rose.

_What is its patron saint?

Students: The patron saint is St. George.

II. Фонетическая отработка лексики.

Wonderful news, Circus, cinema, theatre, the Zoo, To decide, To take on holiday, Terrific, exciting, attractive

To be famous for, To admire, Beautiful scenery, a low valley, a flat plain, To attract a lot of holidaymakers

III. Обучение диалогической речи. Organize groups of 4 students. Complete the dialogs and act them out.

IV. Активизация лексики в устной речи (фронтальная работа).

Teacher: Look at the map, find these regions and name them.

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Teacher: Tell us about some interesting places to visit in every region and say what these places are famous for ?

Example: Liverpool is famous for the biggest port.



V.Обучение навыкам устной речи :

Discover Britain: England

The United Kingdom is very small compared with many other countries in the world. However there are only nine other countries with more people, and London is the world’s seventh biggest city.

When you travel about the country you can see how the scenery changes right in front of your eyes. Highlands turn into lowlands, forests and hills turn into meadows and plains very quickly. It’s hard to believe, but in Great Britain one can find practically any type of scenery. Often what people first notice about Britain, especially if they arrive by plane, is the green of the fields, hedges and trees. Britain is an unusually beautiful country!

We want to take you on an exciting journey through the whole country from Scotland and Northern Ireland to England and Wales. We’ll begin our journey with England, the largest part of the UK, visiting its regions: the Southeast, the Southwest, East Anglia, the Midlands and the North of England.

IV. Развитие навыков монологической речи

Teacher: England is traditionally divided into 5 regions. Tell us about these 5 раrts .Listen to your classmates carefully and then we will do the True/False test, individually and then discuss the answers with your group-mates.

Student from Group I: I’m going to tell you about The Southeast.





THE SOUTHEAST

The Southeast is a highly populated region of England; there is a lot of industry near the Thames and there are a lot of roads and motorways. London, the capital of the UK, and such historical cities as Windsor, Dover and Brighton are situated here.

When people travel to Britain by sea or air they usually arrive in the Southeast, for this is where the main passenger ports and airports are. Heathrow Airport, one of the world’s busiest airports is about 33 km west of central London. However, there is still attractive countryside in the Southeast. The County of Kent situated here is known as the garden of England. The Southeast is famous for its resorts, Brighton is, probably, the best known of them.

True/False Test.

1. The Southeast is a farming region. F

2. Lots of people live in the Southeast. T

3. There are no ports and airports in the Southeast. F

4. Brighton is famous for its beaches. T

Student from Group II: I’d like to tell you about The Southwest.

THE SOUTHWEST

The Southwest is the region where the main activity is farming. Although there are some very big farms, most of them are small family farms where dairy products are produced.

The Southwest used to be known for its pirates. The romantic past makes it a popular place for artists, writers and holidaymakers. The two principal cities of the region are Bristol and Bath. If you want to see the famous Stonehenge, one of the remarkable historic places in the UK, you should also come here. The most westerly point of Great Britain “Land’s End” is also in the Southwest.

True/False Test

1. The Southwest is an industrial region. F

2. There are lots of pirates nowadays. F

3. The main cities of the region are Bristol and Bath. T

4. Good dairy products attract holidaymakers. F

Student from Group III: I’m going to tell you about East Anglia.

EAST ANGLIA

East Anglia is very flat and it is another farming region. It has beautiful cities, such as Cambridge, with fine historic buildings. The part of East Anglia called the Fens consists of miles of flat land with almost no trees or hedges. It used to be partly covered by the sea and now produces good harvests.

Oliver Cromwell, an English general and politician (1599–1658) who was leader of the army against King Charles I in the Civil War and later became Lord Protector of England, was born in the Fens area. East Anglia is isolated from the rest of Britain because of its position away from the main national roads and because of its shape: it is more than half surrounded by the sea.

True/False Test

1. East Anglia is known for its beautiful nature. F

2. It is the birthplace of Oliver Cromwell. T

3. Cambridge is a modern city. F

4. Most of the territory is covered by the sea. F

Student from Group IV: I’m going to tell you about The Midlands.

THE MIDLANDS

The Midlands, known as the heart of England, is the largest industrial part in the country. The most important industrial cities are Manchester, Sheffield, Liverpool, which is one of Britain’s big ports, and Birmingham.

The two famous Midlands cities, Stratford-upon-Avon and Oxford are connected with English culture: Stratford is the birthplace of the great William Shakespeare and Oxford is famous for its university.

True/False Test

1. The Midlands is the main industrial region of the country. T

2. It is the head of England. . F

3. There are no ports in the area. F

4. There are no interesting places to visit. F

Student from GroupV: I’m going to tell you about The North of England.

THE NORTH OF ENGLAND

The North of England has some of the wildest and loneliest parts of the country, but also some of the busiest industrial cities. Here you can find deep valleys, rivers and waterfalls, hills and mountains. This part of the country is rich in coal which is important for the region’s industry.

The main attractions of the North of England are certainly the Lake District, the cities of York and Newcastle-upon-Tyne. Many tourists come over especially to look at the ruins of Hadrian’s Wall, a stone wall built across the North of England by order of the Roman ruler Hadrian to defend the Northern border of Roman Britain from Scottish invasions.

True/False Test

1. The North of England is known for its very beautiful scenery. T

2. There is no industry in the region. F

3. The territory of the region is very flat. F

4. There are no interesting places to visit. F

V. Развитие навыков письменной речи. Викторина. «The Greatest British People».

См. Презентацию.

VI. Инсценировка пьесы « Ромео и Джульетта». Два ученика из 9 класса представляют сцену : На балконе. (Диалог-объяснение в любви).

Просмотр отрывка художественного фильма. См. фрагмент.

VI. Развитие навыков аудирования текст « The Royal Hotel».См. учебник №32,с.131


Listen to the text twice. The first time –Enjoy Listening,

The second time – listen and answer the questions:


  1. Where did Paul decide to travel?

  2. What places of interest did he want to visit?

  3. Why did he lose his way?



VII. Заключительный этап урока. Итоги. Оценки . Hometask: См. учебник №29,с.130



Задание True/False Test


THE SOUTHEAST

1. The Southeast is a farming region.

2. Lots of people live in the Southeast.

3. There are no ports and airports in the Southeast.

4. Brighton is famous for its beaches.

5. The Southeast is called the garden of England.

THE SOUTHWEST

1. The Southwest is an industrial region.

2. There are lots of pirates nowadays.

3. The main cities of the region are Bristol and Bath.

4. Good dairy products attract holidaymakers.

5. You can see the most easterly point of Great Britain there.

EAST ANGLIA

1. East Anglia is known for its beautiful nature.

2. It is the birthplace of Oliver Cromwell.

3. Cambridge is a modern city.

4. Most of the territory is covered by the sea.

5. There are no main national roads and motorways on the territory.

THE MIDLANDS

1. The Midlands is the main industrial region of the country.

2. It is the head of England.

3. There are no ports in the area.

4. There are no interesting places to visit.

5. The region is also famous for its culture and education.

THE NORTH OF ENGLAND

1. The North of England is known for its very beautiful scenery.

2. There is no industry in the region.

3. The territory of the region is very flat.

4. There are no interesting places to visit.

5. Hadrian’s Wall is a natural border with Scotland.


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