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The theme of the lesson. Great Britain, its geography.
The aim of the lesson. To learn Great Britain and its geography.
Dividing into three groups. I st group II nd group III rd group
Home task Compare education system of GB with the education system of Kazakhstan.
Warm-up. Questionnaire. 1. What is the official name of Great Britain? 2. Where is the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Island situated? 3. How many parts does the UK consist of? 4. What are they? 5. Where does the UK lie? 6. What are the main islands? 7. How are they separated from the continent? 8. What washes the west coast of the country? 9. The East coast is washed by the North Sea, isn’t it? 10. What can you say about the size of the UK? 10 points
Work with the text. I st group read the text and answer the questions. II nd group ask questions. III rd group ask questions. 5- 10 points.
At the lesson.
Make up the sentences with these numerals. 5500 57 million 244100 4 4 points
Work with the map.
Writing task. Great Britain Is one of the most densely populated countries in the world, the average density being over 200 people per square kilometer, 80 per cent of the population live in towns. The population of Great Britain is more than 56 million. England is one of the most powerful capitalist countries in Europe. There are many big industrial cities here, such as Birmingham, Manchester, Liverpool, Cardiff, Sheffield and many others. London, its capital, which is situated on the river Thames, is one of the biggest commercial centres of the world. One of the leading industries of Great Britain is the textile industry. Coals, iron and steel as well as various machines are also produced there. Ship-building and motor industry are highly developed too. Northern and Western England is a coal, metal and textile country. The most ancient centres of English iron and steel industry are Birmingham and Sheffield. Iron smelting based on local ore deposits has been practised here since ancient times. In the period of England's industrialization Birmingham and Sheffield played the leading role in the creation of England's heavy industry. Each of the two towns became the centre of various industries. Especially great is the variety of industries in Birmingham. One can find any type of production here, from steel smelting to manufacturing the most delicate articles. Various machinery, railway cars, motor cars, electrical equipment, scientific instruments and many other things are produced in Birmingham in great quantities. Alongside with the most modern big plants, a lot of old small enterprises are to be found in this town. Sheffield is the city of steel. It has specialized in producing high-quality steel and articles of steel, heavy armaments, wheels of railway cars, weaving looms, knives, fine instruments, etc. The main centres of the textile region are Liverpool and Manchester. Manchester is the chief cotton manufacturing city surrounded by a number of towns. Every town has specialized in producing certain kinds of yarn and fabrics. Plants producing textile machinery not only satisfy the needs of British industry but also export great quantities of machinery to the other countries. Liverpool is the principal port of Western England. It stands on the river Mersey. It is first in Great Britain in exports and it comes second after London in imports. Imports passing through Liverpool consist of cotton, wool, non-ferrous metals and oil; exports consist of fabrics, yarn, textile machinery, electrical equipment and chemicals.
Criteria of assessment. 35-45 points- «5»- III group 25-34 points- «4»- I and II groups 15-24 points- «3» 100%
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