TEACHER: GOLUBEVA N.A
I.Greetings and teacher’s presentation
The topic of our lesson is Travelling . What is travelling? It’s people’s hobby as people travel for pleasure. Moreover they travel on business and to study. They visit different cities and countries, enjoying spectacular sights, architecture and landscapes. As for me I am fond of travelling and I never miss an opportunity to go somewhere on holidays
I think summer is the best season for travelling. I have visited a lot of countries in Europe but unfortunately I have never been to Sweden. The country is worth visiting, I’m sure.
I like to go travelling with my pupils or family. It’s so nice to share impressions with them. Nowadays I am organizing a group to England. Let’s go together with me. I’ll show stunning castles and churches there.
II. Teacher: What did I say? Use the reporting words on the whiteboard. (In chain, please)
Announce Claim Add
Inquire Invite Suggest
Boast Promise Complain
Our teacher has announced that the topic of our lesson is TRAVELLING.
She enquired what travelling was.
Natalia Alekseevna claimed it was people’s hobby.
She added that some people travelled on business or to study.
Natalia Alekseevna boasted that she had visited a lot of countries in Europe.
But she complained she had never been to Sweden.
Our teacher invited us to go to England in winter.
She promised to show us stunning castles and churches.
III. Teacher: You are very attentive, thanks. Can you tell me where you should go if you want to travel? Certainly to the travel agency! Mary, could you be the travel agency owner? Take your working place please.(Work in group) ask for more information.
Mary: Line up, please! Can I help you?
Nadya: I hope you can. I’d like to go travelling.
Mary: In which period would you like to go on a trip?
Nadya: In December.
Mary: Would you like to travel abroad or in Russia?
Nadya: I prefer travelling abroad. I’m keen on medieval castles and churches.
Alyona: And I’d like to have some information about London.
Mary: Oh, great! We have a lot of package tours…
Alyona: Sorry, could you tell me the price, please?
Kate: How much does it cost?
Mary: It’s not very cheap, but you’ll enjoy every minute of the journey. It costs 800 euros.
Vlad: Have you got any discounts for students?
Mary: Yes, we have. 3% discount will be okay.
Alyona: Are the guides qualified?
Mary: Of course, they are highly qualified. They know London really well.
Alex: Are the meals included into the price?
Mary: Sure. You will be able to try national cuisine as well.
Kirill: Will we stay with a family or at a hotel?
Mary: It’s your choice, but the accommodation at a hotel would be much cheaper.
Kate: Are we going to travel by bus, by train or by plane?
Mary: By plane, I suppose.
Kate: Do we need extra money?
Mary: Not so much.
Kirill: How much time will the flight last?
Mary: Approximately 3 hours and a half.
Alex: Will we have time for shopping?
Mary: Certainly! By all means! There are discounts in all the shops of London.
Kate: Do we need medical insurance?
Mary: Everyone who travels abroad gets it! But we’ve never had any accidents.
Alyona: I was wondering if you could give me a map of London.
Mary: Here you are.
Vlad: Could you give us your contact telephone for some details?
Mary: Yes, take it please.
Nadya: Okay, thanks, we must run to our English lesson which is going to begin right now.
IV. Teacher: Now, imagine you have come to London and are going to have an excursion. Our guide is A. Khvostikova
(Presentation about London)
Hello, ladies and gentlemen. We welcome you to London. London’s most famous sights are Tower Bridge, Big Ben, Trafalgar Square, Westminster Abbey and the Tower of London.
We’ll start with Trafalgar Square.
In the centre there is Nelson’s column and the beautiful fountain near by.
In front of you you can see Big Ben. Big Ben is a big bell. You hear it every hour. It weighs about 13000 kilograms.
The famous clock Big Ben stands near the Houses of Parliament. The country’s leaders speak in the Houses of Parliament. The Houses of Parliament stand on the river Thames. You can go on a boat from Westminster and see Big Ben and the Houses of Parliament from Westminster Bridge.
You can see the Tower of London from the river Thames. The Tower is very old.
It has a long and cruel history. It is not just one building. The tallest building is the White Tower, the oldest part of the Tower of London. The Bloody Tower is near the river. You do not see blood there today. But The Bloody Tower has a history of blood - the blood of men, women and even children. Now the King and the Queen of Britain do not live in the Tower.
We’ll stop here and you can go shopping. Our tour has finished. I hope that you have enjoyed it very much. Thank you for your attention.
Teacher: Please, let’s discuss and ask questions. Express your opinions in pairs
V. Teacher: Travelling is excited but sometimes tourists are tired and they need some rest. I’d like you to relax and to listen to a song devoted to travelling. Open your books ‘New Opportunities’ (Upper Intermediate) SB. P.85. While listening try to fill in the gaps. (CD’3’ #6)
Let’s check . Read the lyrics.
VI. Teacher: Now it’s time to attend a fair, it’s also one of the attractions during travelling. Open your ‘Starlight books 10’ p.68
In pairs describe the pictures for the text.(Pupils describe the pictures)
VII. Teacher: Thank you, please. Look through the text about a fair and in pairs choose A,B,C or D for the statements. Compare your answers with your partner.
Teacher: Translate two paragraphs into Russian
VIII. Teacher: Now I’d like to find out your dream destinations. Share your personal experience in travelling.
Home task : Starlight 10, p 69 ex. 4-7.
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