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Мероприятие по теме
«Экскурсия по Темзе»

(для урока английского языка)

Подготовила учитель английского языка Фисун Наталия Анатолиевна

2014 год

Цели урока:

  1. Обобщить и систематизировать знания по теме «Travelling».

  2. Повысить уровень культуры.

  3. Развить умение действовать самостоятельно.

Тип урока: ролевая игра.


  • Плакат British Airways

  • Книга записей (в отеле)

  • Меню (в ресторане)

  • Столик

  • Тележка

  • Микрофон

План урока:

I. Начало урока.

  1. Организационный момент.

  2. Вступительное слово учителя.

II. На борту самолёта.

  1. Приветствия стюардессы и пилота самолёта.

  2. Беседа о специальных знаках

III. Прибытие в Лондон

  1. Встреча с экскурсоводом

  2. Путешествие по Лондону на автобусе

  3. Прибытие в гостиницу

  4. Беседа в холле гостиницы

  5. Посещение ресторана


IV. Окончание урока. Итог урока. Выставление оценок.

I. Начало урока.

  1. Организационный момент.

Teacher (T): Morning, children! Im glad to see you. Is everybody on time? I hope nobody is absent today.

Pupil (P): Yes, all the pupils are on time.

T: Today some guests from our school and our schools are present at our lesson. We must greet them on behalf of our students. Would you do it?

P: I’m happy to greet you on behalf our students. I hope you will be pleased with our answers. We like English and try to study it as well as can.

  1. Вступительное слово учителя.

77 Today we are going to have an unusual lesson. It will be a trip to Great Britain. We are going to talk about English traditions, meals, sightseeing, and about the English character in general.

Let’s dream a little. Some of our students have a chance to visit Great Britain as tourists of course. They go to London by plane. They are on a board now. Let’s have a look at our tourists. What do we see? The stewardess is talking to the passengers now.

(Учащиеся-туристы сидят в самолёте British Airways).

  1. On the plane.

1) Приветствия стюардессы и пилота самолёта.

Stewardess (St): Hello, ladies and gentlemen! Fasten your seatbelts, please! The pilot is preparing to take off. Once we are in the air, we will be serving a light snack and something to drink. Thank you.

Sasha: Excuse me. Could you please tell me what the film is today?

St: Yes, today’s film is “The Old Man and the Sea”.

Sasha: Oh, it’s great. Thank you.

Nick: And could you tell me where the toilet is?

St: Yes, it’s at the back of the plane. You’ll see assign “lavatory”. If the lavatory door says “vacant” you can go in; if it says “occupied” you need to wait, because someone is in there.

Nick: Thank you very much.

St: You are welcome.

Pilot: Ladies and gentlemen! This is the pilot speaking. I would like to welcome you aboard British Airways Flight 54, non-stop to Heathrow Airport in London. We are currently flying at an altitude of 11,000 meters. Our flight time today will be approximately 2 hours and 45 minutes. We will arrive in London at about 10 a.m. If there is anything we can do to make your trip with us more comfortable, please let us know. Otherwise sit back and enjoy the flight

2) Беседа о специальных знаках.

Т: The following is a list of signs you may see in the airports of many countries. How many signs do you understand? Let’s see if you understand the signs in an airport.

(На доске вывешен плакат “Label each picture ”)


(Учащиеся называют номер рисунка и то, что он означает).

  1. Telephone. 2. Elevator. 3. Facility for the disabled. 4. Information. 5. Cafe.

6. No smoking. 7. Meeting point. 8. Baggage claim. 9. Restrooms. 10. Exchange.

  1. Restaurant. 12. Bus. 13. Porters. 14. Souvenirs. 15. Post office. 16. Check-room. 17. Taxi. 18. First aid. 19. Entrance. 20. Exit. 21. Departures. 22. Arrival. 23. Hairdresser. 24. Luggage lockers.

T: What do passengers usually do during the flight?

PI: They read, some of them sleep.

P2: Some passengers look out of the window, some listen to the music.

P3: Some of them watch TV or chat.

Pilot: Ladies and gentlemen. This is the pilot speaking. We are about to touch down in London, at the international airport of Heathrow; it’s 10 a.m. The temperature outside is 18 degrees C. Thank you for flying British Airways. Bye!


  1. Прибытие в Лондон.

1) Встреча с экскурсоводом

T: At last we are in London. And this is our guide.

Guide(G): How do you do! Welcome to our country. Pleased to meet you, boys and girls. Let me introduce myself. My name is Helen. I’m your guide. You may call me Helen. I hope we’ll be friends. And what shall T call you?

PI: How do you do! My name is Oleg Khvorostinsky. You may call me Oleg. P2: Hello! My name is Dmitry Fyodorov. You may call me Dan.

P3: Hi! My name is Marina Sukhova. You may call me Mary.

P4: Morning! My name is Evgenia Shevelyova. You may call me Jane.

G: I’m glad you have come. I hope you had a nice flight.

P3: Oh, yes! We had a wonderful flight

PI: Helen! It’s very kind of you to meet us. We are so grateful to you!

G: Think nothing of it. The pleasure was mine. There is a bus waiting for us.

2) Путешествие по Лондону на автобусе.

G: We welcome you to London. London is one of the largest cities in the world. About 7 million people live here. London is more than two thousand years old. London’s most famous sights are Tower Bridge, Big Ben and the Houses of Parliament, Trafalgar Square and St. Paul’s Cathedral. You’ll see all these places and much more of London from our red double-decker.

P2: May I ask a question, please? When was the first double-decker bus built and what did it look like?

Driver: The first bus service in London was started in 1829. The first double- decker was built in 1851, but the upper deck didn’t have a roof until 1930. The passengers were given raincoats to put on if it started to rain.

G: Now we are coming to the center of London. The heart of London is the City. It’s the oldest part of London. You can visit some interesting places in the City or near it. One of them is the Tower of London.

T: Students! And what do we know about sightseeing in London? Would you like to tell us more?

PI: A few facts about the Tower of London. It was built in the 11 century. William the Conqueror ordered the building of the great stone tower later called White Tower. The Tower of London was a fortress, a palace, a prison and the King’s Zoo. Now it is a museum. You can see a lot of interesting things in the halls of the White Tower.

T: Thanks. Would anyone like to tell us more?

P2: Not far from the Tower of London is Tower Bridge. It was built across the Thames in 1894. It was designed so that it could be used equally by road traffic and by ships going up the river Thames.

P3: St. Paul’s Cathedral is the City’s greatest monument. It is one of the greatest English churches. It is a beautiful building with many columns and towers. In one of its towers there is one of the largest bells in the world. The famous English architect Sir Christopher Wren built the cathedral in the 17th century after the great Fire. It took Sir Cristopher Wren 35 years.

P4: Our tourists can visit Trafalgar Square in London. It is the center of the West End of London. It was named so in commemoration of the victorious naval battle of

Trafalgar in 1805, in which Admiral Nelson was fatally wounded, Nelson’s Column is a beautiful sight.

T: Thanks a lot.

G: Now we stop here in front of the West Hotel. Let’s get off the bus. They have already reserved our rooms.

  1. Прибытие в гостиницу.

Receptionist(Rec): Morning.

P: Morning. We’ve got a reservation for our tourist group from Russia. My name is Oleg Khvorostinsky.

Rec: Just a minute, please. Yes, you’ve got a reservation. It’s for 6 persons. It’s for a fortnight. One double room and 4 single rooms. Correct?

P: Not quite. We’d like 3 double rooms.

Rec: I’m sorry. 3 double rooms, number 6, 7 and 9.

P: Where are the rooms?

Rec: On the second floor. Please, sign the register, Jim, will you take the suitcases to the second floor?

Jim: Yes, Sir!

(Джем укладывает чемоданы на тележку).

Р: Here is the register. How much are the rooms, please?

Rec: 38 pounds, please.

P: Here you are. We’d like a telephone, too.

Rec: Every room has a telephone.

P: Have the rooms got bathrooms?

Rec: Yes, every room’s got bathrooms.

P: Have the rooms got shower?

Rec: Every bathroom’s got a shower.

P: Good.

Rec: Are you going to your rooms now?

P: Yes, we are.

Rec: Here are the keys. Jim, take our guests to their rooms 6, 7, 9.

Jim: Come this way, please.

(Джим уводит гостей).

  1. Беседа в холле гостиницы.


Т: Our tourists have gone to their rooms. At this point an English family and a young man have come down. One of our tourists is making acquaintance with the Englishman.

P: Sorry... Do you mind if I sit here?

EnglishmanfEng): No, of course not. You are welcome. Are you here as a tourist?

P: Yes, that’s right. I’m on a tour here. What’s your name?

Eng: My name’s John Grey. I’m on holiday. I’m a student from Oxford. And what about you?

P: I’m from Russia, the North Caucasus. Sorry... My name is Vitaly Solonetsky. I’m a secondary school student. I’m in the 8 л form. I study English at school. I’m fond of English and of English studies. English history is really great! I work hard on it. Could you help me to look into one of the most interesting facts about the British Monarchy?

Eng: Well, as you know, the U.K. is a constitutional monarchy. This means that it has a monarch as its head of state. The monarch reigns with the agreement of Parliament. Everything is done in the Queen’s name.

P: Can you tell me how many states make up the Commonwealth?

Eng: The Commonwealth is a free association of 50 independent states, which were once part of the British Empire.

P: Do you know when Queen Elizabeth 2 was boom and when her coronation took place?

Eng: Oh, yes of course. Queen Elizabeth 2 was boom on the 21st of April, 1926.

She ascended to the throne on the 6 A of February, 1952. Her coronation took place in Westminster Abbey on the 2 nd of June, 1953, and it was the first coronation to be televised throughout the world.

P: Oh, I’m so grateful to you for this information. I hear the Queen is very rich, as are the other members of the Royal Family. In addition the government pays her expenses as Head of State, as well as for the upkeep of several palaces. The Queen’s image appears on stamps, notes and coins.

Eng: I see you are really fond of English history.

(Перед посещением ресторана учащиеся называют правила поведения за столом).

Т: Our tourists are gathering in the hall before going to have lunch. It’s time to have Hunch. I’d like to ask our pupils the basic rules of table manners. What are they? Who knows?

PI: Wash your hands before coming table.

P2: Take your napkin and put it on your lap. Keep it there during the meal and use it to wipe your hands or mouth whenever necessary.

P3: When eating takes as much as you want, but eat as much as you take.

P4: Don’t eat too fast or too slowly, cut up your food as you cat.

P2: In America they invite other to table to “Enjoy”, Germans say “Guten Appetit”, the Spanish say “Buena Appetito”. The British say nothing.

P3: Sit up straight, face the table while eating and keep your elbows off the table.

P4: Ask the people around you to pass things that are out of your reach, then thank them.

PI: It’s not polite to leave a spoon in a tea cup. Put your spoon on a saucer.

P2: When refusing a dish simply say: “No, thank you”. When accepting, “Yes, please”.

Р4: If you sneeze or cough while you are at table, turn your head away from the food and cover your mouth.

PI: Try not to stuff your mouth full of food. Also avoid talking when you have something in your mouth.

P2: Don’t eat from your knife.

P3: Never read while eating.

P2: Hands should be kept in your lap when you are not eating.

P4: Before you leave the table remembers to thank the person who was kind enough to prepare your food.

T: Thank you. I see you know table manners rather well. And our tourists are at the restaurant now.

  1. Посещение ресторана

P: We’ve got a reservation for lunch.

Waiter(W): How many people?

P: Six.

W: Come with me, please. Here is your table. Is it all right?

P.\ Yes, this is lovely.

W: Here is the menu.

P: What shall we begin with? The choice is really great today.

W: What would you like to state with?

P: Lobster and new potatoes for 6, please. Have you got any cauliflower?

W: l’m sorry, we haven’t got any cauliflower.

P: Mutton chops for 4 and stew and chips for N. and B.

W: Would you like anything for desert?

P: Yes, we’d like some biscuits and cheese, cherry jam and tea for 6 persons.

W: Right.

P: We’d like to pay our bill right now. How much is our bill?

W: You bill is 17 pounds 45 pence. Here you are.

P: Thank you.

W: You are always welcome.

IV. Окончание урока. Итог урока. Выставление оценок.

Т: The first day of travelling is nearing its end. And so is our lesson. We hope that our tourists’ stay in Great Britain will be perfect. Have a good trip! Children, I’m pleased with your work today. I’ll give you only good and excellent marks. Thank you. Today I’m not going to give you any homework. Bye. See you.

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