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ROYAL BRITAIN
1. It's the head dress of gold decorated with diamonds, worn by a king or a q...
ALFRED 'THE GREAT‘ (r. 871-899)
WILLIAM I 'THE CONQUEROR' (r. 1066-1087)
HENRY VIII (r. 1509-1547)
Catherine of Aragon
Anne Boleyn
Jane Seymour
Anne of Cleves
Catherine Horward
Catherine Parr
How many children did Henry have? How many sons did he have? How many of his...
 Divorsed, beheaded, died, divorsed, beheaded, survived.
Elizabeth I (1533-1603)
VICTORIA (r. 1837-1901) 
Talented, handsome. Virgin queen, never married. Defeated Vikings. Normandy....
Queen Elizabeth II
child Father: the Duke of York ,later King George VI Mother: Mary , the duche...
Young Lady Made her first speech on the radio in 1940 during the war. Married...
Young Queen Came to the throne in 1952 Was crowned in Westminster Abbey in 19...
NOW Functions of the Sovereign. Opening Parliament Approving the appointment...
Buckingham Palace Buckingham Palace was built in 1825. Today it is the site o...
Windsor Castle Windsor Castle is the official residence of The Queen and hold...
Who is the Queen married to ? When did Queen Elizabeth II come to the throne?...
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ROYAL BRITAIN

№ слайда 2 1. It's the head dress of gold decorated with diamonds, worn by a king or a q
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1. It's the head dress of gold decorated with diamonds, worn by a king or a queen at official ceremonies, . 2. Queens and kings are ... 3. It's a seat where monarchs sit during official ceremonies. 4. It's a place where a king or a queen lives... 7. It's the time during which a king or a queen rules... 8. The son of a monarch is a …

№ слайда 3 ALFRED 'THE GREAT‘ (r. 871-899)
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ALFRED 'THE GREAT‘ (r. 871-899)

№ слайда 4 WILLIAM I 'THE CONQUEROR' (r. 1066-1087)
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WILLIAM I 'THE CONQUEROR' (r. 1066-1087)

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HENRY VIII (r. 1509-1547)

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№ слайда 7 Catherine of Aragon
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Catherine of Aragon

№ слайда 8 Anne Boleyn
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Anne Boleyn

№ слайда 9 Jane Seymour
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Jane Seymour

№ слайда 10 Anne of Cleves
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Anne of Cleves

№ слайда 11 Catherine Horward
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Catherine Horward

№ слайда 12 Catherine Parr
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Catherine Parr

№ слайда 13 How many children did Henry have? How many sons did he have? How many of his
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How many children did Henry have? How many sons did he have? How many of his children ruled England What religion did Henry belong to when he was born? What religion did Henry VIII belong to when he died? How many wives did he have? Call his wives’ names?

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Divorsed, beheaded, died, divorsed, beheaded, survived.

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Elizabeth I (1533-1603)

№ слайда 16 VICTORIA (r. 1837-1901) 
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VICTORIA (r. 1837-1901) 

№ слайда 17 Talented, handsome. Virgin queen, never married. Defeated Vikings. Normandy.
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Talented, handsome. Virgin queen, never married. Defeated Vikings. Normandy. Lady with a heart and stomach of a king. He built Tower of London. She was Anne Boleyn’s daughter. This monarch reigned in the 9th century.

№ слайда 18 Queen Elizabeth II
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Queen Elizabeth II

№ слайда 19 child Father: the Duke of York ,later King George VI Mother: Mary , the duche
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child Father: the Duke of York ,later King George VI Mother: Mary , the duchess of York. Born in Windsor on 21 April 1926 Full name : Elizabeth-Mary-Alexander Windsor. Educated at home Knew foreign languages, spoke French well Lived in Windsor and Buckingham Palace

№ слайда 20 Young Lady Made her first speech on the radio in 1940 during the war. Married
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Young Lady Made her first speech on the radio in 1940 during the war. Married Prince Philip in 1947. Prince Charles ( first son) was born in 1948

№ слайда 21 Young Queen Came to the throne in 1952 Was crowned in Westminster Abbey in 19
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Young Queen Came to the throne in 1952 Was crowned in Westminster Abbey in 1953. Made her first Christmas speech to the nation in 1957.

№ слайда 22 NOW Functions of the Sovereign. Opening Parliament Approving the appointment
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NOW Functions of the Sovereign. Opening Parliament Approving the appointment of the Prime Minister Giving her Royal Assent to bills. Giving honours (such as peerages, knighthoods) and medals. Head of the Commonwealth. Head of the Church of England. Commander-in-Chief of the armed forces.

№ слайда 23 Buckingham Palace Buckingham Palace was built in 1825. Today it is the site o
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Buckingham Palace Buckingham Palace was built in 1825. Today it is the site of one of the most popular tourist events in London, the Changing of the Guard. This is a photo of Buckingham Palace. You can see that there are a lot of people around the gates. It was not this crowded all of the time. This photo was taken shortly before the Changing of the Guards.

№ слайда 24 Windsor Castle Windsor Castle is the official residence of The Queen and hold
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Windsor Castle Windsor Castle is the official residence of The Queen and holds the Royal Collection which includes works by da Vinci and Michelangelo and is considered one of the finest art collections in the world. The Castle is absolutely spectacular and covers an amazing 13 acres. The construction of Windsor Castle was begun over 900 years ago by William the Conquerer. Parts of the castle are undergoing restoration after being destroyed by fire in 1992. The State Apartments and Queen Mary's Dolls' House are impressive parts of the Castle. As is St. Georges Chapel, which serves as the final resting place of ten sovreigns, including Henry VIII.

№ слайда 25 Who is the Queen married to ? When did Queen Elizabeth II come to the throne?
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Who is the Queen married to ? When did Queen Elizabeth II come to the throne? How many children does the Queen have? Who is the Queen’s eldest child? Who can be the next monarch after Queen Elizabeth II? How old is Queen Elizabeth II?

№ слайда 26 ROYAL BRITAIN
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ROYAL BRITAIN

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Открытый урок английского языка в 8-м классе по теме "Royal Britain"

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Тема: Royal Britain

Цель урока: развитие собственно речевых умений учащихся.

Задачи:

Познавательный аспект:

  • способствовать расширению общего кругозора школьников в области истории и культуры страны, изучаемого языка.

  • ознакомить их со страноведческим материалом (на уровне восприятия, наблюдения, анализа, сравнения и обобщения);

Учебный аспект:

  • учить школьников

  • выражать своё мнение об увиденном и прочитанном;

  • задавать вопросы и отвечать на них;

  • делать выводы

  • использовать восклицательные предложения в устной речи

  • выполнять творческую работу (проекты);

Социокультурный аспект:

  • знакомство с историческими традициями Британии и отношении британцев к монархии.

Развивающий аспект:

  • развивать у школьников речевые способности к наблюдению, анализу, сравнению и обобщению;

  • развивать у них психические функции, связанные с речевой деятельностью: логическое мышление, память, внимание, восприятие;

  • развивать положительные эмоции и чувства школьников;

Воспитательный аспект:

  • способствовать формированию позитивного отношения к культуре англоязычных стран;

ХОД УРОКА

I. Организация класса и речевая подготовка.

1. Орг момент

T: Good morning, boys and girls! I’m glad to see you. Today we shall continue our talk about Royal Britain.

2. Речевая зарядка

T: Boys and girls, first of all, we shall review our vocabulary. Listen and complete the sentences with “royal” words you know.

l. It's the head dress of gold decorated with diamonds, worn by a king or a queen at official ceremonies, (a crown).

2. Queens and kings are ... (monarchs)

3. It's a seat where monarchs sit during official ceremonies. (a throne)

4. It's a place where a king or a queen lives. (residence, palace)

5. At the beginning of the 20th century Britain was a great ... (empire).

7. It's the time during which a king or a queen rules. (reign)

8. The son of a monarch is a … ( prince)

II. Основной этап

1. Сообщение задач урока

T: So today, boys and girls, we shall speak about kings and queens, whose names are specially remembered in the country and well-known in the world. Today we’ll turn the pages of the British history. The British people have had a monarchy for over a thousand years. The relationship between the monarch and the people has suffered some serious crises in the country’s history, but the monarchy always seems to recover. Be attentive during the lesson. There will be some new information for you..

2. Монологические высказывания oб одном из монархов (индивидуальное домашнее задание).

Презентация с портретами Британских монархов, по окончании учащиеся отвечают на вопросы.

P1. I would like to start from the early years of the 9th century, when Britain was invaded by the Vikings .These new invaders were a heathen people from present day Norway, Sweden and Denmark. They were highly skilled in sailing and fighting. They sailed south and west from their homeland and attacked every coast which offered the opportunity to plunder. They brought terror and destruction. By 875 only King Alfred of Wessex held out against the invaders. He was strong enough to make treaty with the Vikings. He became a national hero. He was the only ruler in English history ever to be honoured with the epithet “the Great”. He encouraged a rebirth of learning and education.

P2 I would like to tell you about William, Duke of Normandy, defeated the English at the battle of Hastings in 1066.Then he entered London and brutally crushed all resistance. At Westminster Abbey, on Christmas day 1066, William the Conqueror took the throne of England as King William I. Over the next five years he defeated the Anglo-Saxon landowners and confiscated their lands.

In the early days William the Conqueror and his people were afraid of Saxons. He ordered to build the Tower of London to live in. Normans controlled government at all levels. Clearly defined classes of lords and barons appeared in English society. At the top of them was the king.

P3. And another powerful ruler of Britain was King Henry VIII. Most people remember him only because he had six wives. But in fact he was a very important monarch . He was poet and a good composer. He was very handsome man. Under him Britain became independent of the Roman Catholic Church, it got richer and more powerful. In 1534 the Parliament named Henry head of the Church of England and gave the King all the power in the country.


Henry married his brother's widow, Catherine of Aragon .They were happy first years .But they had one problem-none of their children lived longer than a month In 1516 Catherine gave birth to a healthy girl. BUT LATER HENRY FELL IN LOVE with Anne Bolein.

In 1527 Henry pursued a divorce from Catherine to marry Anne Boleyn, but Pope Clement VII denied to do it. The new minister, Thomas Cromwell, in 1532 initiated a revolution when he decided that the English church should separate from Rome, allowing Henry to marry Anne in 1533. A new archbishop, Thomas Cranmer, declared the first marriage annulled. A daughter, Elizabeth I, was born to Anne soon after. But the king grew tired of Anne too, and in 1536 she was executed for adultery.

He immediately married Jane Seymour, who bore him a son, Edward VI, but died in childbirth.

Three years later, he married Anne of Cleves, but he hated her because she was ugly and demanded a quick divorce.

In 1540 he married Catherine Howard, but he had her beheaded for adultery in 1542

In 1543 he married Catherine Parr, who survived him.



P4. And it is necessary to mention the name of Henry’s daughter, Elizabeth I. She became the Queen in 1558.She never married and is remembered as a very popular and strong queen. She is known for saying “I know I have the body of a weak and feeble woman, but I have the heart and stomach of a King…”.During her reign England became very important in European politics, the Spanish Armada was defeated, arts and especially theatre developed, and the country became very powerful.

P5. I would like to tell you about another strong queen: Queen Victoria. Queen Victoria came to the throne as a young woman in 1837 and reigned until her death in 1901. She ruled for the longest period in the English history, for 64 years. Victoria married a German Prince Albert, but he died at the age of 42. The Queen suffered a terrible depression. She withdrew from public life and spent more time at her palaces in Scotland than she did in London, where she had been so happy with her husband and nine children. Royal Albert Hall, Victoria and Albert Museum remind us of their love. The family life of Queen Victoria touched people hearts and she became very popular. For over 20 years she performed no national duties. People became critical of the monarchy. It was a time of industrial and scientific progress. Members of parliament began to talk about republicanism, but Victoria recovered in 1897. During her reign Britain became a rich industrial country with a developed trade an empire with a lot of colonies.

T. Thank you children for your good stories about the most important rulers in Great Britain. Now let’s play a memory game with our soft ball. Look at our chronicle table and ask any questions you like about royal London.

3. Игра: вопрос-ответ для проверки понимания услышанного.

P6. What places in London remind you of the royal family? P7. (ловит мяч) There are Royal Palaces, Royal Parks, roads and streets: Buckingham Palace, The Mall, Trafalgar Square, St. James Park, Windsor Castle.

P7. Which of the famous British queens and kings can you name?

P8Alfred the Great, William the Conqueror, King Henry VIII, Elizabeth I, Queen Victoria and Queen Elizabeth II.

P8.). Most people remember him because he had 6 wives. Under him Britain became independent of the Roman Catholic Church.

T. Did you like the game? As far as I see you have found a lot of facts about British monarchs and now it’s time to speak about present days. Do you know who is the head of Great Britain and Northern Ireland at the moment?

P11. Queen. Elizabeth II. is the symbol of the country, its history and its traditions.

Elizabeth was born in London, and educated privately at home. She began to undertake public duties during the Second World War,. When her father died in 1952, she became Head of the Commonwealth and queen

In 1947, she married Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, with whom she has four children: Charles, Anne, Andrew, and Edward. In 1992, which Elizabeth termed her annus horribilis ("horrible year"), Charles and Andrew separated from their wives, Anne divorced, and a severe fire destroyed part of Windsor Castle. Revelations continued on the state of Charles's marriage to Diana, Princess of Wales, and they divorced in 1996. The following year, Diana died in a Paris car crash, and the media criticised the royal family for remaining in seclusion in the days before her funeral.

Her reign of 63 years is the second-longest for a British monarch; only Queen Victoria has reigned longer.

The Queen travels about the United Kingdom, meets different people, visits schools, hospitals and other special places.

Elizabeth is 85 years old .

In Britain the Queen is the Head of State. But in fact she doesn’t rule the country. The real power belongs to the British Parliament.



  1. There is the president in the UK. (F)

  2. The UK is a monarchy. (T)

  3. In Great Britain the Queen is the Head of State. (T)

  4. Elizabeth II has the real power. (F)

  5. The Parliament rules the country. (T)


T.  Yes, you are quite right. На экране появляется фотография Елизаветы II

T. Let’s listen to the final part of the text on p. 131.

5. Продолжение просмотра презентации и чтение информации о биографии королевы из учебника.

Look through the brief information about Queen Elisabeth II T. Let’s read the main functions of the Queen (на партах листы-распечатки).

Functions of the Sovereign.

  • opening Parliament

  • approving the appointment of the Prime Minister

  • giving her Royal Assent to bills

  • giving honours and medals

  • Head of the Commonwealth

  • Head of the Church of England

  • Commander-in-Chief of the armed forces

T. Now, you will do some tasks on the computers. Take your seats before the screens.

Т. Use this information and answer the questions:

T. Who is next in line to the British crown after Prince Charles?

P7. Prince William – his eldest son.

T. Can Parliament control Royal Family?

P8. Yes, it can. Parliament has had effective control of the monarch’s finances since seventeenth century.

T. What powers does the Queen have in government?

P9.

  • opening Parliament

  • approving the appointment of the Prime Minister

  • giving her Royal Assent to bills

  • giving honours and medals

  • Head of the Commonwealth

  • Head of the Church of England

  • Commander-in-Chief of the armed forces

T. Which members of the Royal Family has the highest number of public engagement?

P10. Of course, Queen Elizabeth II.

8. Просмотр отрывка трансляции свадебной церемонии принца Уильяма и Кэйт Мидлтон.

T. Now let’s review exclamatory sentences. You will watch an episode from the film about Silver Jubilee of Queen Elisabeth II. Try to make as many exclamatory sentences as you can.

P1. What a beautiful ceremony it was!

P11. What a big crowd of people it was!

P12. The people were so excited!

P13. The Queen was so happy!

P14. Kate was so elegant!

P15. Her dress was so smart!

  • Сan you list four countries which have monarchies?

  • Which of these adjectives do you associate with the British monarch:

  • Ostentatious, greedy, modest, vulgar, wealthy, lazy, dignified, popular, hard-working?

10. Рефлексия.

T. Now look at the family tree of the Windsor’s and say how the members of the family are related

T. Let us play our last game. You will take small sheets of paper from our magic box. (вытаскивают листочки с именами членов королевской семьи). Imagine you are one of the members of the Royal Family. Try to guess the names of your classmates.

P2. (берет листок с именем одного из членов королевской семьи).

P3. How old are you?

P4. Have you got a mother? What is her name?

P5. Are you . . .?

P2. Yes, I am… etc.

11. Задание на дом

T. Please, look at the board. Here is your home task. Write it down.

1. Find out some additional information about one member of the British Royal Family and make your classmates guess who you are talking about.

2. Read the newspaper article about Queen Elizabeth’s Golden Jubilee and think of 5 questions.

III. Завершающий этап

Подведение итогов.

T: So our lesson is coming to an end. I hope you will remember the names of the British monarchs and their contribution to the development of the country.

Thank you for your good work today. The result of this is your knowledge and successful answers during the lesson. It was a real pleasure to work with you. All of you have got fives for your oral answers.



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