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Grade

Date

9

8.02.2016

The theme of the lesson

Sightseeing in Great Britain

The aim of the lesson

Introduce with the history of Great Britain. To study about sights of Great Britain .

To develop speaking and reading skills, lexical habits, to enrich pupils vocabulary. To develop critical thinking, logical speech, to improve the habits in group work.

Expecting results

At the end of the lesson students know about the history of Great Britain, its sightseeing. Ask and answer the questions, make a story, improve the habits in group work.

Visual aids

Books for 9th grade, cards, computer, pictures, interactive board.

Methods of the lesson

training, question – answer, dialogue, individual work, pair work, group work, ICT, method “catch a question”

Procedure of the lesson

Stages of the lesson

Teacher’s action

Student’s action

Introduction

8min

Duty’s report

Give cards to students

Check up hometask

H/t: project job

Answer the questions

Divide into 3 groups:

1)England 2)Scotland 3)Wales

Brainstorming

2min

students look at your papers, pictures. What pictures are they?

Where can you see these buildings?

What is the theme of our today’s lesson?

students name the pictures and tell about their pictures, answer the questions and name the theme of the lesson.

Main part


Today we have an unusual lesson. We’ll make a trip to Great Britain.


At your geography lesson you’ll also speak about this country, about the most famous sights of London you’ll learn some interesting facts about the sights. First of all, we’ll watch a film about “Great Britain”.

Reading

You should read the text individually and discuss it with your partner and work in a poster, give information about the text.

Text 1.

London is the capital of Great Britain. It’s not only the capital of the country, it is a big port, one of the greatest commercial, cultural, political, economic and financial centers in the world. London lies on both banks of the river Thames. Its population is about 8 million people. London is divided into several parts: the City, the West, the East End and Westminster. The City is the busiest part of London. The West End is the richest part of London. The best hotels, shops, restaurants and theatres are situated there. The East End is the poorest part of London. There are a lot of factories and docks there. There are famous buildings such as; Westminster Abbey, the British Museum, Big Ben, Buckingham Palace, the Houses of Parliament, St. Paul’s Cathedral. Westminster Abbey is one of the most beautiful buildings in London. The ancient large church in London in which the coronation ceremony of almost all the English kings and queens has taken place. Many famous people are buried there. The Tower of London . It was fortress, a royal palace and late a prison. The Tower of London was founded by Julius Caesar and rebuilt by William the Conqueror. It is a museum now. There are lots of interesting collections in the Tower. St. Paul’s Cathedral – is the greatest work of England’s greatest architect, Christopher Wren. Big Ben is one of the most famous clocks in the world. The English people built the tower and the clock in 1858. The bell weights 13,5 tons. The man in charge of the building was Sir Benjamin Hall. This man was very tall and his friends called him Big Ben. So they called the clock and the Clock Tower of the Houses of Parliament Big Ben. Buckingham Palace. Buckingham Palace is the London home of the Queen. It is a place where the Queen meets important visitors such as kings, queens or presidents from other countries. Buckingham Palace is the official residence and principal work place of the British monarch. Buckingham Palace is like a small village. There is a police station, a hospital, a bar, two sports clubs, a disco, a cinema, and a swimming pool. There are 600 rooms. About seven thousand people work there. More than 50,000 people visit the Palace every year.

Text 2 Scotland.

Scotland is a beautiful country with dramatic mountains, lochs and many offshore islands. The Cheviot Hills is a natural boundary between England and Scotland. This part of the UK is divided into three regions: Lowlands, Highlands and Southern Upland.

Scotland is not densely populated. Most part of the Scottish population lives in Lowlands.

Scotland's biggest city, Glasgow, is situated on the bank of the river Clyde. Though this city is the biggest port and the most industrially developed, still it is not the capital.

Edinburgh has been the capital of Scotland since the 15th century. It is known as "the Athens of the North" and is one of the United Kingdom's nicest cities. There is the Palace of Holyrood House in Edinburgh, the Queen's official residence in Scotland.hello_html_2b18292a.png

In the Highlands the Scots speak English with their own accent. Besides English they also speak Gaelic, the ancient Scottish language. Many Scottish surnames start with Mac or Mc (e. g. MacDonald, McCalister). "Mac" means "son of". MacDonald and Campbell were once two main clans.

Highland region is famous for the clan system, which was the basis of the Highland life in the early days. The word "clan" comes from the Gaelic and means "children" and clan's members were united by kinship from the common ancestor. Each clan had its own tartan. Though tartan was worn in other parts of Scotland, it was in the Highlands, where it became the symbol of clan kinship. Tartan was a kind of checked cloth and was worn by both men and women. But the kilt (a kind of skirt made of tartan) was worn only by men.

Even though the clan system has lost its power it had over the years, people still wear the tartan of their clan, either a tie or a kilt to proclaim their pride in their origin.

The Great Glen in the Scottish Highlands is a valley, which contains three famous lochs: Lochy, Oichand Ness. The most famous of these is Loch Ness.hello_html_m657858f9.png

It is deeper than the North Sea and is very long and very, very narrow and has never been known to freeze. Some people believe that a large monster lives in it. There are many stories about this water monster Nessie. Year after year thousands of tourists come to Loch Ness, put up their tents and watch the lake in the hope to see the monster. Since then, Nessie has been seen many times but has never harmed anyone. Interest in Nessie became great and over the years several scientific investigations have taken place.

Scotland is known for its so-called Highland Games. During these games different competitions are held. At the beginning of the games, people march to the game place and the pipers play the bagpipes.

There is an interesting custom in Scotland. It is the world's biggest New Year's Eve party, which takes place for several days. At the end of each year at midnight people together sing the old song of Robert Burns "Auld Lang Syne" what means "For old times' sake".

An old belief says that if the first person who enters the Scottish house after the beginning of a new year is a dark-haired man with a piece of coal, all the members of this family will have good luck.

St. Andrew is the Saint Patron of Scotland. St. Andrew's cross is a "saltire" [səl'taiə], or X-shaped cross. His cross, in white on a blue background, remains the pride symbol of Scotland today and forms a central component of the Flag of the United Kingdom. St. Andrew's Day is on November 30th.

Scotland is associated with the names of such writers and poets as Walter Scott, Robert Louis Stevenson and Robert Burns. Scotland is also traditionally regarded as the home of golf. The thistle is the national emblem of Scotland.


Text 3Wales.

The Welsh people call their country Cymru ['kimru]. Wales is the land of rocks, mountains and valleys. There is a region in the high Cumbrian Mountains called Snowdonia. Its scenery is the pride of Wales. Snowdonia is named after the highest peak of these mountains – Snowdon at 1,085 metres above sea level.

The largest cities in the south of Wales are Cardiff, Swansea and Newport. The greatest concentration of people lives in these cities. Cardiff is the principality's capital and the main seaport and Swansea is its industrial centre. Cardiff has been the capital since 1955.

The largest town in the north of Wales is Wrexham.

The Welsh language is spoken widely, especially in the north of the country. It is one of the Celtic languages. It is still the first language for many people.

Wales is often called "the land of song". The Welsh people, especially in rural ares are fond of poetry, singing folk songs and playing the harp. There are a lot of choirs in Wales.

The Welsh are great storytellers. You will hear tales of King Arthur and Merlin the Magician, of kingdoms lost beneath the sea and battles between dragons, of haunted castles and knightly deeds.

Each of the major periods of history has left its mark on Wales, some more attractive than the others. Wales is "the land of castles". And the Normans were the first to build castles here.

Wales is famous for Eisteddfod [ai'steðvɔd]. It is the largest and oldest festival of Welsh culture, which is held every year in different areas of Wales. "Eisteddfod" literally means "a sitting" ("eistedd" in Welsh is "to sit"), perhaps a reference to the hand-carved chair traditionally awarded to the best poet or musician in the ceremony "the Crowning of the Bard".

Eisteddfod is actually an association of poets, writers, musicians, artists and individuals who have made a significant and distinguished contribution to the Welsh language, literature, and culture. Competitions of bards and singers take place during Eisteddfod. Its members are known as druids who wear long robes. Their leader is always a poet. The colour of their costumes – white, blue or green – is indicative of their various ranks.

St. David is the Patron Saint of Wales. March 1st is St. David's Day, the national day of Wales and has been celebrated as such since the 12th century.

Wales has two national symbols – the daffodil and the leek.

The proud and ancient battle banner of the Welsh is called the Red Dragon and consists of a red dragon on a green and white background.

 


True, false.

1. Hundreds of years ago the Tower was a fortress. T

2. Big Ben is the smallest clock in Britain. F

3. London is the capital of Scotland.

4. William the Conqueror built St. Paul’s Cathedral. F

5. The Tower of London was a prison. T

6. The Tower of London is a museum now. T

7. The West End is the poorest part of London. F

8. Buckingham Palace is the London home of the Queen. T

Writing

Task 3. Complete the sentences.

  1. London is the capital of Great Britain.

  2. London is situated upon both banks of the river Thames

  3. Edinburgh  has been the capital of Scotland since the 15th century.

  4. Wales has two national symbol

 – the daffodil and the leek

  1. Scotland is associated with the names of such writers and poets as Walter Scott, Robert Louis Stevenson and Robert Burns.

  2. Many Scottish surnames start with Mac or Mc (e. g. MacDonald, Mc Calister). "Mac" means "son of".

  3. William Shakespeare was a great playwright and a literary master of poetry.

  4. Wales is the land of rocks, mountains and valleys.

  5. Buckingham Palace is the official residence of the Queen

Game; “Guess” Match the pictures with the words.

1. Big Ben

2. Buckingham Palace.

3. The Thames

4. St. Paul’s Cathedral.

5. Westminster Abbey

6. The Tower of London

a) 5 b) 2

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c) 4 d) 3



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e) 1 f) 6

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Game: “Playing cards”

Big Ben is


8 million people

Buckingham Palace is


There are

St. Paul’s Cathedral is

the City is

the heart of London


live in London


a home of Queen

a church


many famous buildings in London


London lies






students watch a video, read the text and discuss , work in poster.

(individual, pair work)










Conclusion


Hometask Ex p

Test

1. It has these parts: the City, the West End and the East End

a) New York b) London c) Glasgow

2. What is the London residence of Queen Elizabeth II?

a) the Tower of London b) Windsor Castle c) Buckingham Palace

3. What is symbol of Scotland?

a) Rose b) daffodil c) thistle

4. What is the capital of Wales?

a) Cardiff b) London c) Glasgow

5. Who is head of Great Britain?

a) Elizabeth II b) Duke of Edinburgh c) Barack Obama


Evaluation

write home task

evaluate each other












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Scotland / Шотландияhello_html_m60f9f30e.png

Scotland is a beautiful country with dramatic mountains, lochs and many offshore islands. The Cheviot Hills is a natural boundary between England and Scotland. This part of the UK is divided into three regions: Lowlands, Highlands and Southern Upland.

Scotland is not densely populated. Most part of the Scottish population lives in Lowlands.

Scotland's biggest city, Glasgow, is situated on the bank of the river Clyde. Though this city is the biggest port and the most industrially developed, still it is not the capital.

Edinburgh has been the capital of Scotland since the 15th century. It is known as "the Athens of the North" and is one of the United Kingdom's nicest cities. There is the Palace of Holyrood House in Edinburgh, the Queen's official residence in Scotland.hello_html_2b18292a.png

In the Highlands the Scots speak English with their own accent. Besides English they also speak Gaelic, the ancient Scottish language. Many Scottish surnames start with Mac or Mc (e. g. MacDonald, McCalister). "Mac" means "son of". MacDonald and Campbell were once two main clans.

Highland region is famous for the clan system, which was the basis of the Highland life in the early days. The word "clan" comes from the Gaelic and means "children" and clan's members were united by kinship from the common ancestor. Each clan had its own tartan. Though tartan was worn in other parts of Scotland, it was in the Highlands, where it became the symbol of clan kinship. Tartan was a kind of checked cloth and was worn by both men and women. But the kilt (a kind of skirt made of tartan) was worn only by men.

Even though the clan system has lost its power it had over the years, people still wear the tartan of their clan, either a tie or a kilt to proclaim their pride in their origin.

The Great Glen in the Scottish Highlands is a valley, which contains three famous lochs: Lochy, Oichand Ness. The most famous of these is Loch Ness.hello_html_m657858f9.png

It is deeper than the North Sea and is very long and very, very narrow and has never been known to freeze. Some people believe that a large monster lives in it. There are many stories about this water monster Nessie. Year after year thousands of tourists come to Loch Ness, put up their tents and watch the lake in the hope to see the monster. Since then, Nessie has been seen many times but has never harmed anyone. Interest in Nessie became great and over the years several scientific investigations have taken place.

Scotland is known for its so-called Highland Games. During these games different competitions are held. At the beginning of the games, people march to the game place and the pipers play the bagpipes.

There is an interesting custom in Scotland. It is the world's biggest New Year's Eve party, which takes place for several days. At the end of each year at midnight people together sing the old song of Robert Burns "Auld Lang Syne" what means "For old times' sake".

An old belief says that if the first person who enters the Scottish house after the beginning of a new year is a dark-haired man with a piece of coal, all the members of this family will have good luck.

St. Andrew is the Saint Patron of Scotland. St. Andrew's cross is a "saltire" [səl'taiə], or X-shaped cross. His cross, in white on a blue background, remains the pride symbol of Scotland today and forms a central component of the Flag of the United Kingdom. St. Andrew's Day is on November 30th.

Scotland is associated with the names of such writers and poets as Walter Scott, Robert Louis Stevenson and Robert Burns. Scotland is also traditionally regarded as the home of golf. The thistle is the national emblem of Scotland.



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London is the capital of Great Britain. It is one of the largest cities in the world and one of the world’s most important ports, with the population of 11 million people.

London is situated upon both banks of the river Thames. Traditionally, it is divided into three main parts: the City of London, the West End and the East End.

The oldest part of London is the City. Sometimes the City is called the money of the United Kingdom.

The West End is the centre of London. It is known for its expensive shops, luxurious hotels, restaurants and cinemas. There are also a lot of interesting places in the West End, like Big Ben, Buckingham Palace, Westminster Abbey and many and many others.

There are a lot of interesting places in London. One of them is, for example, Buckingham Palace, the official residence of the Queen. Tourists always gather there at 10.30 a.m. to see the ceremony of the changing the guard. Red coats and white trousers of the Guard against the background of the old palace look very picturesque. A quiet little street on the right is the famous Downing Street.

Westminster Abbey is beautiful for its architecture and ancient history. It is a burial place of many kings, queens and outstanding people. There is the tomb of the Unknown Soldier who represents a million dead, fallen in the First World War. There is the Poet’s Corner where many prominent writers are buried: Chaucer, Charles Dickens, Tennyson and Rudyard Kipling, to name only a few.

William Shakespeare was a great playwright and a literary master of poetry. He was born in Stratford-upon-Avon, England.

The famous Tower of London stands on the bank of the river Thames. In the past it was a fortress, a royal palace and then a prison. Now the Tower is museum of arms.

Not far from the Tower of London there is Westminster Palace, or the Houses of Parliament, with the famous Clock Tower Big Ben, the symbol of London.

Another famous place is St. Paul’s Cathedral, the biggest church in England. It took about 35 years to build it.

There are also many famous museums and galleries. For instance, the British Museum, the National Portrait Gallery.

You can visit Hyde Park or Regent’s Park, where the London Zoo is situated. You can also visit Trafalgar Square with its famous Nelson’s Column, 60 meters high.

It is too difficult to describe all the places of interest in London.





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Wales / Уэльс





The Welsh people call their country Cymru ['kimru]. Wales is the land of rocks, mountains and valleys. There is a region in the high Cumbrian Mountains called Snowdonia. Its scenery is the pride of Wales. Snowdonia is named after the highest peak of these mountains – Snowdon at 1,085 metres above sea level.

The largest cities in the south of Wales are Cardiff, Swansea and Newport. The greatest concentration of people lives in these cities. Cardiff is the principality's capital and the main seaport and Swansea is its industrial centre. Cardiff has been the capital since 1955.

The largest town in the north of Wales is Wrexham.

The Welsh language is spoken widely, especially in the north of the country. It is one of the Celtic languages. It is still the first language for many people.

Wales is often called "the land of song". The Welsh people, especially in rural ares are fond of poetry, singing folk songs and playing the harp. There are a lot of choirs in Wales.

The Welsh are great storytellers. You will hear tales of King Arthur and Merlin the Magician, of kingdoms lost beneath the sea and battles between dragons, of haunted castles and knightly deeds.

Each of the major periods of history has left its mark on Wales, some more attractive than the others. Wales is "the land of castles". And the Normans were the first to build castles here.

Wales is famous for Eisteddfod [ai'steðvɔd]. It is the largest and oldest festival of Welsh culture, which is held every year in different areas of Wales. "Eisteddfod" literally means "a sitting" ("eistedd" in Welsh is "to sit"), perhaps a reference to the hand-carved chair traditionally awarded to the best poet or musician in the ceremony "the Crowning of the Bard".

Eisteddfod is actually an association of poets, writers, musicians, artists and individuals who have made a significant and distinguished contribution to the Welsh language, literature, and culture. Competitions of bards and singers take place during Eisteddfod. Its members are known as druids who wear long robes. Their leader is always a poet. The colour of their costumes – white, blue or green – is indicative of their various ranks.

St. David is the Patron Saint of Wales. March 1st is St. David's Day, the national day of Wales and has been celebrated as such since the 12th century.

Wales has two national symbols – the daffodil and the leek.

The proud and ancient battle banner of the Welsh is called the Red Dragon and consists of a red dragon on a green and white background.

 









Test

1. It has these parts: the City, the West End and the East End

a) New York b) London c) Glasgow

2. What is the London residence of Queen Elizabeth II?

a) the Tower of London b) Windsor Castle c) Buckingham Palace

3. What is symbol of Scotland?

a) Rose b) daffodil c) thistle

4. What is the capital of Wales?

a) Cardiff b) London c) Glasgow

5. Who is head of Great Britain?

a) Elizabeth II b) Duke of Edinburgh c) Barack Obama


Test

1. It has these parts: the City, the West End and the East End

a) New York b) London c) Glasgow

2. What is the London residence of Queen Elizabeth II?

a) the Tower of London b) Windsor Castle c) Buckingham Palace

3. What is symbol of Scotland?

a) Rose b) daffodil c) thistle

4. What is the capital of Wales?

a) Cardiff b) London c) Glasgow

5. Who is head of Great Britain?

a) Elizabeth II b) Duke of Edinburgh c) Barack Obama


Test

1. It has these parts: the City, the West End and the East End

a) New York b) London c) Glasgow

2. What is the London residence of Queen Elizabeth II?

a) the Tower of London b) Windsor Castle c) Buckingham Palace

3. What is symbol of Scotland?

a) Rose b) daffodil c) thistle

4. What is the capital of Wales?

a) Cardiff b) London c) Glasgow

5. Who is head of Great Britain?

a) Elizabeth II b) Duke of Edinburgh c) Barack Obama


Test

1. It has these parts: the City, the West End and the East End

a) New York b) London c) Glasgow

2. What is the London residence of Queen Elizabeth II?

a) the Tower of London b) Windsor Castle c) Buckingham Palace

3. What is symbol of Scotland?

a) Rose b) daffodil c) thistle

4. What is the capital of Wales?

a) Cardiff b) London c) Glasgow

5. Who is head of Great Britain?

a) Elizabeth II b) Duke of Edinburgh c) Barack Obama

Vocabulary. Match the words with pictures.



  1. Big Ben

  2. Trafalgar Square

  3. The British Museum

  4. Buckingham Palace

  5. Westminster Abbey

  6. The House of Parliament

  7. The Tower of Bridge

  8. Nelson’s Column

  9. London Eye

  1. B)

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C d)

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e) f)

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g) h)

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True, false.

1. Hundreds of years ago the Tower was a fortress.

2. Big Ben is the smallest clock in Britain.

3. London is the capital of Scotland.

4. William the Conqueror built St. Paul’s Cathedral.

5. The Tower of London was a prison.

6. The Tower of London is a museum now.

7. The West End is the poorest part of London.

8. Buckingham Palace is the London home of the Queen.



Game: “Playing cards”

Big Ben is


8 million people

Buckingham Palace is


There are

St. Paul’s Cathedral is

the City is

the heart of London


a clock

live in London


a home of Queen

a church


many famous buildings in London


London lies



London is the capital of Great Britain. It’s not only the capital of the country, it is a big port, one of the greatest commercial, cultural, political, economic and financial centers in the world. London lies on both banks of the river Thames. Its population is about 8 million people. London is divided into several parts: the City, the West, the East End and Westminster. The City is the busiest part of London. The West End is the richest part of London. The best hotels, shops, restaurants and theatres are situated there. The East End is the poorest part of London. There are a lot of factories there. There are famous buildings such as; Westminster Abbey, the British Museum, Big Ben, Buckingham Palace, the Houses of Parliament, St. Paul’s Cathedral.



















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