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План урока по английскому на тему"Идеальное место для путешествия"


План – конспект урока

Учитель: Бязрова Надежда Михайловна

Предмет: английский язык

Класс : 8 « МБОУ СОШ №1ст. Архонская», РСО Алания

Тема : «Идеальное место для путешествия»

Цели урока:

1.Развивать навыки аудирования и монологической речи.

2.Воспитывать толерантность к иноязычной культуре.

3.Развивать способности к межкультурному взаимодействию.

Оборудование: компьютеры, презентация, работа с интерактивной доской.

Ход урока

1. Вводная беседа.

Good morning! It's very nice to see you. How are you today? Welcome to our tour around Britain. Today we'll discover new places of interest and find the best ones. Our tour begins!

2. Речевая зарядка

1)A lot of people all over the world are fond of travelling. Modern life is impossible without travelling. Every day thousands of people travel either on business or for pleasure. Do you like travelling?

-What methods of travelling do you know?

  • How do you prefer to travel and why? -When did you travel last? Where did you go?

  • Have you ever travelled by sea (by train, by plane)?

  • Why do you think almost all people are fond of travelling?

  • Why do many people prefer to travel by car?

  • What do people usually do when they are on the plane ( on the train, on the bus)?

  • Do you think if s interesting to travel by sea?

2)There are many proverbs about travelling. Find the other half of these English proverbs. How do you interpret them? (использование интерактивной доски)

Every country has long lies

East or West, its customs

There is no place the welcomer home

The wider we roam (travel), home is best

Long ways, like home.

3. Основная часть урока.

In the travel agency we are offered different countries to visit. Let's listen and find these places on the map. What countries this information is about?

Аудирование: Текст 1. It's a big country. It's the fourth largest country after Russia, China and Canada. The country consists of 50 states. In the federal district of Columbia is situated the capital of the country Washington. (Ifs about the USA)

Текст 2. It's the largest island and the smallest continent. It's washed by the Pacific Ocean and the Indian Ocean. The most part of the country is a desert. The climate varies from warm to subtropical. The hottest time is from November to February. (Australia)

Текст 3.This country is the second largest country in the world. It's only neighbour is the USA. It is a union of ten provinces and two territories. (Canada)

Текст 4. This country consists of two large islands. The official head is a king or a queen. The capital of the country is London. It is situated on the river Thames. It is a highly developed industrial country. (The UK)

-Where would you like to go?

-Let's go to the UK and its capital London-the center of tourism. Презентации индивидуальных и групповых проектов учащихся. London and its sights.

London is the capital and the largest city of the UK. Its population is over 8 million. It is the country's main industrial and financial centre. London is also one of the largest ports in the UK. № stands on the River Thames.

Traditionally London is divided into several parts: the City, Westminster, the West End and the East End. The heart of London is the City, its financial and business centre. There are a lot of banks, offices and firms there, including the Bank of England and the Stock Exchange. Few people live here, but over a million come to the City to work.

The City is famous for its oldest part, the Tower of London. Many years ago the Tower was a fortress, a Royal Palace, a prison and even a Royal Zoo. It is now a museum of arms and armour and it contains the Crown Jewels. The Tower is guarded by the famous Beefeaters. The ravens are also a part of its history. There is a legend that if the ravens disappear, the British monarchy will fall. That's why their wings are cut back and they are carefully guarded. Another famous sight of the City is St. Paul's Cathedral designed by Sir Christopher Wren in the 17th century. It is one of the most famous churches in the world.

Westminster is the political centre of London. The Palace of Westminster is one of the world's most famous buildings. It houses the British Parliament and is often called the Houses of Parliament. The Clock Tower of the Houses of Parliament is known as Big Ben. Another famous building in Westminster is Buckingham Palace, which is the official residence of the Queen.

Opposite the Houses of Parliament there is Westminster Abbey where all British monarchs have been crowned. Many famous people are buried in Westminster Abbey including statesmen, musicians and writers. In the Poets' Corner you can find the tombs and monuments of many outstanding British writers.

The West End is the richest and the most beautiful part of London. The best hotels, shops and restaurants, clubs and theatres are situated there. Trafalgar Square, which is also in the West End, is the geographical centre of London. It was laid out in memory of Lord Nelson's victory in the Battle of Trafalgar.

There are a lot of museums and galleries in London. On the north side of Trafalgar Square there is the National Gallery, one of the finest art galleries in the world. The biggest museum in London is the British Museum. It contains a priceless collection of ancient manuscripts, coins, sculptures and is famous for its library.

The East End covers a wide area to the east of the City and is quite different from the other parts of London. It is one of those areas of London where working class people live.

The cities of the UK.

There are many reasons for travelling to the UK. People go to Great Britain to see its places of interest, to try British national food and to practise English, tf you want to enjoy sightseeing and to visit famous museums and galler­ies, you should first of all visit London, the capital of the country. But there are quite a lot of other famous cities in Great Britain which are worth visiting.

The capital of Scotland is Edinburgh and it is famous for its Castle. It is a fortress, which is situated in the centre of the city on a high hill called Castle Rock. The oldest parts of the building date back to about 1100. Visitors can also look round the Palace of Holyroodhouse, the Queen's official residence in Scotland.

In the south part of England there are a lot of interesting cities, too. Brighton is the largest resort of the south coast. It is famous for its Indian-style palace, called the Royal Pavilion. Windsor is famous for its castle, which is an official residence of the Roval familv. Some of the interior aDartments are ODen to the Dublic as Tor its old Roman baths, which remain the heart of the city. Oxford and Cambridge, known as Oxbridge, are famous for the oldest and most prestigious universities, founded in the 13th century.

Stratford-upon-Avon lies at the very heart of England. It attracts people not only by its history and connection with William Shakespeare, but also by its wonderful nature and typical English character. Here you can visit Shakespeare's birthplace (it is a museum now), Grammar school which he attended, Holy Trinity Church where he was buried and, of course, the Royal Shakespeare Theatre, which is a living memorial to the poet's work.

Another famous city in the central England is York, which was once the capital of a Viking kingdom. It is known for its chocolate factories, the National Railway Museum and the Viking Centre. The Viking Centre is an archaeological museum where visitors are carried in "time-cars" through a recreation of York under the Danish kings. Chester is the most historic city in north-west England. It is famous for its black-and-white buildings and a splendid red sandstone cathedral.

The main industrial cities in England are Birmingham, Manchester, Liverpool, Leeds, Newcastle. Liverpool is not only an industrial centre. First of all, it is known all over the world as the birthplace of "The Beatles". In the Beatles Story Museum you can find everything about this famous group. The city is famous for its sport, too. One of the biggest football stadiums in Britain is in Liverpool.

Places of interest.

There are a lot of interesting places in Great Britain, which are worth visiting. One of the most famous and mysterious archaeological sites of Great Britain is Stonehenge. The huge stones of Stonehenge were transported from Wales and set up in a cirde on Salisbury Plain. One of the mysteries is how it as ever built with the technology of that time. Another is its purpose. It appears to function as a kind of astronomical dock and we know it was used by the Druids for ceremonies marking the passing of the seasons. Nowadays every year thousands of young people go to Stonehenge to take part in the midsummer Druid festival, but only a small number of people are allowed near the circle of stones. Stonehenge is fenced off to protect it from damage.

Another mysterious place is Loch Ness, one of the lakes in Scotland, where some people think a large monster lives. The first recorded sighting of Nessie was in the sixth century. But despite scientific expeditions, underwater exploration and millions of tourist photographs, the monster has resisted all attempts to prove — or disprove — her existence. The monster has made Loch Ness the most famous lake in the world. Others are longer-wider and deeper, few are more beautiful, but none has monster to rival Nessie.

The Lake District is the largest National Park in England. It is situated on the north-west side of the Pennine system and contains plenty of beautiful lakes which gave it its name. More picturesque and diverse scenery can be found here than in any other area of Britain. For the lover of outdoor life, the Lake District has almost everything. Make your own memories, on foot if you can, when the June days are long, the clouds are high and the hills are free. Perhaps then you may say that the Lake District is the loveliest spot that man has ever found.

Britain is known to be the garden kingdom. There are a lot of extraordinary' gardens and parks. Britain's first Safari Park in Longleat is famous for its exotic animals and the world's largest Maze. The Maze was planted in 1975. It consists of over 1.5 miles pathways flanked by yew hedges.

3. Заполнение открытки

At the end of our lesson we'll send postcards to our parents in Russia. Take the postcards and fill in the missing words. They are the names of places of interest in London and your names.

Dear Mum and Dad! I'm in now.

I have already been to ,

And I'm OK.


Teacher: Read your postcards and send them to your parents. Заключительный этап урока

Did you like our trip? What is the Ideal place for travelling? Выставление оценок. Good-bye.

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