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The British Parliament
The plan of the lesson Group: 4(9)a Date: 08.10.2016. The theme of the lesson: The British Parliament. Aims of the lesson. Practical: To develop their skills in improving oral speech. Educational: To revise parts of Britain. To practice about British Parliament. Cultural: To motivate students by watching video material and retelling. Type of the lesson: New lesson Method of the lesson: Palmer’s method (direct method) Literature: Country study, Internet materials. Visual aids: Video material, IPBOARD, slides, book, lecture. The procedure of the lesson Organization moment. Greeting with duty. Checking homework: At previous lesson we have learnt about Parts of Britain. I divided you into four groups and give to make a presentation about parts of Britain. For example: I group: England II group: Scotland III group: Wales IV group: Northern Ireland. Ok, let’s begin… Warm – up: All together look at the screen. Let’s watch a video material. So, what do you think about this video? What about this video? (After watching video students give their own answers about video) Explaining new theme: Let’s begin our lesson. All together write down the date and new theme. Today our new theme is British Parliament. First of all, I’ll give you some kinds of figures, and you must take one of these figures. If everyone has taken, I divide you into four groups. I group: hearts, II group: stars, III group: squares, IV group: emoticons. And, let’s count from 1 till 6. №1 you are lectors, number №2 you will be a researcher, №3 you will be a question maker, №4 you are link finder, №5 you will be a painter, №6 you are communicators. I’ll give you some information (lecture) about British Parliament and 15 minutes to read and work with your roles. Lectors you must read this text, lecture about British Parliament. What do you think or what about is this text? You may add additional materials about British Parliament. Researchers you must research this text. You should research in details. Question makers you must make a question using this text, question about our new theme. Link finders you must find linkers. For example: spirituality of the theme. Painters you must draw a picture of the text and speak about this drawing. Communicators you must communicate about the policy of Kazakhstan and compare with Britain.
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The British Parliament. The British Parliament consists of two houses – The House of Lords and The House of Commons. The British Parliament has been called the Mother of Parliaments because many of the world’s legislatures have copied features from it. The House of Commons has 659 members, elected from the four main political units that make up the United Kingdom. Elections to the House of Commons are an important part of Britain’s democratic system. The House of Lords consists of around 1270 non-elected members. Its main legislative function is to examine and revise bills from the commons. It also acts in a legal capacity as the final court of appeal. The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland is a constitutional monarchy. The monarch, Queen Elizabeth II, is the head of state. The monarchy in Britain can be traced back about 1200 years, although its role has changed significantly. The monarch must approve all bills passed by the Parliament before they become laws. The queen also has a weekly meeting with the prime minister to discuss public affairs. The queen’s chief public role is to attend ceremonial state occasions and to represent the United Kingdom in visits throughout the country and the world. The United Kingdom is both a parliamentary democracy and a constitutional monarchy. The Parliament, the chief lawmaking body of the United Kingdom, meets in London. The Parliament consists of the monarch, the House of Commons and the House of Lords. Queen Elizabeth II acts as head of state, but a group of senior members of parliament called the Cabinet actually governs the United Kingdom. The prime minister leads the government.
Did you understand about Britain’s Parliament? If it is clear for you everybody look at the screen. There are questions about British Parliament. Let’s write their answers on the blackboard and put down your copy books How many houses British Parliament consists? Two houses – the House of Lords and the House of Commons. Who is the head of the state in Britain? Queen. Who is the chairman of the House of Lords? Lord Chancellor. Who is the chairman of the House of Commons? Speaker. How many sites the members sit in the House of Commons? On two sites of the hall. What does abbreviation “MP” stand for? Member of Parliament What are the name two major British political parties? The Labour Party and The Conservative Party. What is the name of Liberal Party? The Whigs. What is the name of the Conservative Party? The Tories. Who is the head of the government in the United Kingdom? Prime Minister. Conclusion: If you understood, everybody take piece of paper and write down some information about British Parliament. You must write one or two sentences. I’ll give you only three minutes to write about it. If you have finished, crumple up your papers, then throw each other your papers and read your group-mate’s sentences. Giving the homework: To read and retell the lecture about British Parliament. Evaluation. The lesson is over. Good bye!
How many houses British Parliament consists? Who is the head of the state in Britain? Who is the chairman of the House of Lords? Who is the chairman of the House of Commons? How many sites the members sit in the House of Commons? What does abbreviation “MP” stand for? What are the name two major British political parties? What is the name of Liberal Party? What is the name of the Conservative Party? Who is the head of the government in the United Kingdom?
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