Открытый урок по английскому языку в 9 классе на тему: Лондон
Форма урока: проект.
Методы, используемые на данном уроке: метод проекта, словесный метод, поисковый метод, самостоятельная работа.
Цель урока: Систематизировать знания о достопримечательностях Лондона.
1. Приобщить учащихся к проектной деятельности.
2. Научить готовить материалы к проекту.
3. Составить план проекта (маршрут).
4. Применить полученные дома сведения о достопримечательностях на уроках.
5. Закрепить ведение тематических диалогов.
T-teacher (is a Russian tourist too).
· иллюстрации достопримечательностей Лондона.
· тесты по количеству учащихся.
· таблички турбюро
T: Good morning, kids! Sit down, please.
Сегодня на уроке мы с вами должны систематизировать знания о Лондоне, вы услышите сегодня много нового, будьте внимательны.
At the beginning of our lesson we have to repeat some words. Answer the question, please: What is двухэтажный автобус in English?
Thank you. And now we start our lesson.
T: Samuel Johnson said: “When a man is tired of London, he is tired of life; for there is in London all that life can afford”. Today, more than 200 years later, Johnson’s words still ring true. There are few places that offer such a variety of sights, entertainments, educational and business opportunities, world famous museums and theaters.
T: Your homework for today’s lesson was to work in groups and to make a project “Welcome to London.” I hope the results will be excellent. You should be very attentive because you will have to fill in the blanks in the “London. Sightseeing” (Ekaterina and Aubika)
Группа русских туристов приехали в Лондон впервые. Они хотят посмотреть самые знаменитые достопримечательности. Эти леди - руководители группы. А это - корреспонденты. Он всегда задаёт много вопросов. Это - гиды туристического агентства. Я тоже турист и отправляюсь вместе с вами в турагентство.
GL: Good morning!
D: Good morning! Can I help you?
GL: We are in London for the first time. What could you suggest?
D: I can suggest a double-decker bus tour about London and a boat tour along the Thames. Which of these do you prefer?
GL: I think we’ll go on boat tour.
D: Here you can see some leaflets about the most famous London sights.
GL: Thanks a lot.
T: GENERAL INFORMATION
London lies on the river Thames. The population of the city is about 9 million people. It is an ancient city, for it is more than 2000 years old. London consists of three main parts: the City, The West End and the East End. The City is the most important commercial and financial center of the country; there are banks and offices of companies from all over the world there. The West End is a district where most of theaters, bars, restaurants and hotels are situated. The popular place is Piccadilly Circus.It is a square in the central part of London, where we can see people of many nationalities. Piccadilly Circus is the meeting point of six streets. London’s famous restaurants and best-known theatres and cinemas are on Piccadilly Circus. Covent Garden is a tourist shopping center with cafes and restaurants. In the East End there are most of the factories and docks.
G1: And now we start our tour from Tower Bridge. The road over the bridge is built on two central sections; they open two or three times a week to let ships. On the right bank of river you can see the Tower of London. It is nine hundred years old.
G2: Now we are coming to London Bridge. It is two thousand years old. There were houses and shops on it and people paid money when they crossed the bridge. In 1960 the people of London wanted to build a large new bridge at this place. A very rich American bought the old London Bridge. The American brought the parts of the bridge on a ship to Arizona in the USA.
C: Excuse me. I’ve got a question. Why did that rich American buy the old London Bridge?
G2: He wanted to show it to people for money.
C: Thanks a lot.
G3: And now we can visit St. Paul’s Cathedral. It was created by England’s greatest architect Sir Christopher Wren. The Cathedral was begun in 1675 and was finished only in 1710.
G1: And now we are making our tour up the Thames to the House of Parliament. It is the seat of British government. There is the Clock Tower and the clock in the House of Parliament. The Clock Tower is 318 feet high. The man in charge of building was Sir Benjamin Hall. The man was very tall and the workers and his friends called him Big Ben. So they called the bell Big Ben too.
G2: Dear guests! Our tour is over. I hope you liked it. And now we can start our bus tour.
G3: Now we are coming to Trafalgar Square. It commemorates Nelson’s victory at the battle of Trafalgar. There is a Nelson’s column in the center of square. It is over 170 feet high. The statue shows Nelson with one hand and one eye. He lost them in the battle. The four bronze lions at the base were added in 1867.
C: Excuse me, what do the lions symbolize?
G3: They symbolize four Nelson’s victories.
C: Thanks a lot.
G1: On the north side of Trafalgar Square there is the National gallery. It houses one of the finest art collections in the world. It includes paintings of the British, Italian, French, Dutch and other famous schools.
G2: There are a lot of parks and gardens in London. In Regent’s park there is London Zoo.
Today there are more than 8000 animals in the Zoo.
C: Which animals are the biggest in the Zoo?
G2: The biggest animals are giraffes, elephants and rhinos.
Т: What birds live in the Zoo?
G2: There are parrots, pelicans, ducks, eagles and many others.
C: Thank you.
G3: We are coming now to Westminster Abbey. It is a royal church. Here you can see the tombs of many British kings and queens and other famous people. The Abbey was founded in the 11th century.
G1: Now we are at Buckingham Palace. It is the London home of the queen. When the flag is flying on the top she is at home. The ceremony of the Changing of the Guard is a great tourist attraction. It takes place daily at half past twelve in the afternoon and lasts half an hour.
C: How many rooms are there in the Palace?
G1: There are 600 rooms.
C: Does the Queen’s family live at the Palace?
G1: They stay at the Palace on weekdays.
C: Thank you.
G2: We are coming now to Hide Park. It is the largest park in the West End of London. The park has Speaker’s Corner where anyone can make a speech about anything they want. It is a very democratic park.
G3: I welcome you to the British Museum. The British Museum has one of the largest libraries in the world. There are more than 6 million books in the library. At present the library has modern electronic equipment, so the reader does not have to wait long to receive the material he needs.
G1: Unfortunately our tour has finished. I hope that you enjoyed our tour of London. Thank you and goodbye.
T: Did you enjoy our excursion? What places of interest in London do you like best? And now you can make a little test about your trip.
1. You can see the column with a statue of Nelson in…
a) Hyde Park
b) Trafalgar Square
c) Piccadilly Circus
2. … is a very democratic park.
a) Regent’s Park
b) Hyde Park
c) St. James’s Park
3. London Zoo is in…
a) Regent’s Park
b) St. James’s Park
c) Hyde Park
4. They change the Guard every day at…
a) 9.30 a.m.
b) 11.30 a.m.
c) 12 o’clock
5. The London home of the Queen is…
a) Buckingham Palace
b) Westminster Abbey
c) Covent Garden.
6. The seat of the British government is…
a) The House of Parliament
b) Piccadilly Circus
c) Hyde Park
7. The Americans bought…
a) Tower Bridge
b) London Bridge
c) Statue of Nelson
2.The second task.
T: Now, my friends, let’s summarize what we can see in London.
T: Name these sights. (Teams have to answer the questions in turns.)
1. … Park (Hyde)
2. … Square (Trafalgar)
3. … Gallery (National)
4. … of London (The Tower)
5. … Cathedral (St. Paul’s)
6. … Bridge (Tower)
7. … Abbey (Westminster)
8. … Palace (Buckingham)
9. The River…(Thames)
10. The Houses of …(Parliament)
And now each team has some cards with sentences on the tables. Your task is – arrange the sentences in a logical order and act out the dialogue. Whose team will be the best?
1. You are welcome. Have a nice day.
2. Good. Go along that street it will lead you to Trafalgar Square.
3. Yes, I can.
4. Oh, it’s very easy. Can you see that wide street over there?
5. Thank you very much.
6. Excuse me, could you tell me how to get to Trafalgar Square.
Т: Пожалуйста, на своих тестах с обратной стороны поставьте следующие значки, т.е. выберете тот, который подходит вам:
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