The theme: “London.”
The technological construction of the lesson :
The logical structure of the unite
The authors of the book
I.N.Vereshchagina , O.V.Afanaseva
Forming the lexical skills of the students.
Increasing students’ interest to the subject.
Increasing students’ knowledge of Countristudy .
Introducing the culture of English-speaking countries.
Increasing students’ interest to the lesson.
Increasing students’ speaking skills.
Increasing students’ thinking skills on the given theme.
Comparing the capital of GB and Kazakhstan.
Resources from internet, exercises for self work, book, presentation, video film about London, computer, projector, screen.
Procedure of the lesson.
Chapters of the lesson.
Types of the work.
I. Organization moment.
II. Checking up homework.
III. The main part of the lesson.
Working with pictures, slides, Venn’s diagram, explaining new theme.
Tests and written exercises.
V. Grading students
VI. The end of the lesson. (Homework)
Hello, boys and girls! Let’s begin our lesson!
Speaking with the duty.
Who is absent today?
What day/date is it today?
We have already begun speaking about London. Every year a lot of people visit London. Can you think of any reason for traveling to London? Today I’ve received an invitation. My friends invite me to visit them. Do you want to travel with me? So, are you ready to travel? Let’s go! I’ll give you papers and you will write what would you like to know about London. And this is our map, we will reach London by ship. Our voyage will be very interesting, because there are many islands, and by the way we must do the tasks which are given in the islands. Ok! Are you ready? Then let’s go!!!
Checking up homework.The Text Island.
What was your homework? Ex.11, p.173 to read and translate the text “The Romans”. Then we will check up the homework.
The main part of the lesson:
Why did the bridge looked strange? Questions. The Question Island.
What is the first name of London?
In what river did the Romans build the city?
How many bridges are there over the Thames?
Energizer. The Energizer Island.
Hands to the hips
Turn to the right
Turn to the left
One, two, three – hop!
One, two, three – stop!
About London and Astana. The Sightseeing Island
Sightseeing of London:
St. Paul’s Cathedral. --- The St Paul's is the fifth cathedral to have stood on the site since 604, and was built between 1675 and 1710, after the Great Fire of London. This was first cathedral to be built after the English Reformation in the sixteenth century.
2. The river Thames. --- The River Thames travels 215 miles through southeast England. When compared with other rivers, such as the mighty Mississippi or the mysterious Nile, the River Thames may appear small.
3.The tower of London.--- The Tower of London is one of the world’s most famous buildings, and now welcomes two million visitors each year. It has been a palace, a prison, a royal mint and even a zoo!
4.The Tower Bridge.--- Tower Bridge was completed in 1894. Now, in a most imaginative modern development, visitors can once again venture inside the bridge to find one of London's most unusual and exciting attractions.
5. The Houses of Parliament.--- Home of the British Government, the building is actually called the Palace of Westminster, but is more commonly known as the Houses of Parliament.
6. The Big Ben. --- Possibly the most famous clock face and chimes in the world, Big Ben is actually the name of the biggest bell (13.5 tons) inside The Clock Tower (320ft) which forms part of the Houses of Parliament.
7. BuckinghamPalace .--- Buckingham Palace is the London home of The Queen and Prince Philip.
8. Westminster Abby. --- An architectural masterpiece of the thirteenth to sixteenth centuries, Westminster Abbey. It has been the setting for every coronation since 1066 and for numerous other royal occasions. Today it is still a church dedicated to regular worship and to the celebration of great events in the life of the nation.
Astana is the capital of Kazakhstan.Astana is the capital and second largest city (behind Almaty) of Kazakhstan, with an officially estimated population (1 Dec. 2007) of 600,200. It is located in the north-central portion of Kazakhstan, within Akmola Province, although it is politically separate from the rest of the province, which has its own capital. The word Astana in Kazakh language literally means Capital city.
Khan Shatyry.---Khan Shatyry in this line is the westernmost object. By design, it is the giant tent, and is considered one of the highest building of tent type in the world- the height of 102 meters, and with the spire – exactly 150 meters.
Ishim River is a river running through Kazakhstan and Russia. Its length is 2,450 km. It is a left tributary of the Irtysh River. The Ishim River is partly navigable in its lower reaches. The upper course of the Ishim passes through Astana, the capital of Kazakhstan. In Russia, the river travels through a vast marshland for its course, and has countless meanders and oxbow lakes.
Palace of Peace and Reconciliation (Pyramid of Peace)
The pyramid has been conceived and designed by architect Sir Norman Foster and engineers BuroHappold and inaugurated in September 2006. It has a 1,500- seat opera house, a national museum of culture, a new “university of civilization”, a library and a research center for Kazakhstan’s ethnic and geographical groups.
Astana Bridge was completed in 2007. And the bridge crosses The Ishim River.
The Parliament is a place where the political meetings are held.
Bayterek.--The monument is meant to embody a folktale about a mythical tree of life and a magic bird of happiness: the bird, named Samruk, had laid its egg in the crevice between two branches of a poplar tree.
Ak-Orda is the residence of the president of RK in Astana. The total area of the building is 36 720m2. They began to build it in 2001, but it’s presentation was December 24,2004.
The Nur-Astana Mosque is a mosque located in the city of Astana, the capital of Kazakhstan. It is the largest mosque of Kazakhstan and the biggest mosque in Central Asia. The 40-meter height symbolizes the age of the Prophet Muhammad of when he received the revelations, and the height of the minarets is 63 meters, the age Muhammad was when he died.
The Venn’s Diagram Island.
Students will compare London and Astana and write the differences and common features in the diagram.
Astana is the capital of Kazakhstan. 1. London is the capital of GB.
Astana is on the river Ishim. 2. London is on the river Thames.
Astana is a young city. 3. London is an old city.
People of Astana speak in Kazakh. 4. People of London speak in English.
The weather is cold in Astana. 5. The weather is foggy & rainy in London.
The head is the president. 6. The head is the Queen.
Both of them are the capital cities.
Both of them are beautiful cities.
Both of them are...
The Exercise Island.
There are 3 kinds of exercises for students. They will choose the exercises according to their abilities. For example, exercise for “5”, for “4”, and for “3” marks.
Fill in the proper from of the verbs: read, be, build, see, buy, meet.
I have never . . . to Paris.
Nick has already . . . the book.
We haven’t . . . the Tower of London yet.
Have they . . . their country house yet?
You haven’t . . . a present yet, have you?
She has already . . . my cousin.
True, false or don’t know?
There are many bridges over the Thames now.
There were many bridges over the Thames in Roman times.
There Romans came to England in the nineteenth century.
Londinium was a very beautiful town in old times.
The Romans built few roads in England.
Londinium is the old name of London.
There were many cinemas on London Bridge.
Match the true sentences.
1. There are in fact 3 cities in London: The River Thames.
2. London stands on Over the River Thames
3. There 27 bridgesLive in London.
4. More than 7 million people Under the River Thames
5. There are 8 tunnels The City, the East End, the West End.
6. London is 46 kilometersFrom east to west.
7. London is 58 kilometersFrom north to south
I’ll mark them according to their answers during the lesson.
The end of the lesson.
Conclusion.The Video Island. Video about the London sightseeings.
Homework.To write topic about “Our Voyage to London.”
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