Жаналиева Гульжан Мусабековна
Преподаватель английского языка
Aim of the lesson: to study the UK, it's political, economic and culture conditions.
To teach prepositions of place
2. to develop speaking and listening skills
3. to educate a comprehensive person
The type of the lesson: studying the new theme
The methods of teaching : perception aspect (verbal, practical) administrative aspect , the aspect of control (oral, frontal)
Materials : DVD player, pictures
Procedure of the lesson :
Read and listen strange facts about Britain.
There are four million cats in Britain, but over six million people say they have got a pet cat. Why ? some cats have more than one owner
Police officers in Britain are traditionally called bobbies. Why ? the police force was started by Robert Peel in 1829-and “Bobby” is short for “Robert”
In Britain , cars drive on the left. Why? They say it is because knights held their swords in their right hand.
At school, British children learn about metric measurements: liters, metres, kilometers, etc. but British people often use the old British measurements. This is very difficult. An “inch” is 2.54 centimetres,a “foot” is 0.3048 metres, a “yard” is 0.9144 metres and a mile is 1.6093
For foreign visitors, what strange things are there in your country? Write about them
Checking up home task
Prepositions of place
Read the text. Match these titles with the sections
The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland is situated on the British Isles. They lie to the north-west of Europe. The British Isles are separated from the continent by the narrow strait of water which is called the English Channel.
The United Kingdom consists of four parts: England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. England, the central part, occupies the most of the island of Great Britain. To the north lies Scotland and to the west the third part of the country, Wales, is situated. The fourth part is called Northern Ireland and is located on the second island. Each part has its capital. The capital of England is London, Wales has Cardiff, Scotland has Edinburgh and the main city of Northern Ireland is Belfast.
Great Britain is a country of forests and plains. There are no high mountains in this country. Scotland is the most mountainous region with the highest peak, Ben Nevis. The rivers of Great Britain are not long. The longest rivers are the Thames and the Severn. The capital of the United Kingdom, London, stands on the banks of the Thames. As the country is surrounded by many seas there are some great ports at the seaside: London, Glasgow, Plymouth and others.
Wales is a country of lakes.
Seas and oceans influence the British climate which is not too cold in winter but never hot in summer. Great Britain is a beautiful country with old traditions and good people.
“Asking the way” make up dialogue
Describe the picture
Complete the sentences with the prepositions
Conclusion . Assessment. Homework