Name of the teacher Mukozheva Elmira Machrailovna
School “Gymnasia № 29”
Information about Ss 10 students, 5-th form, mixed ability group
Materials used computer, Power Point Presentation, pictures, hand outs, Internet
Topic of the lesson Discovering Places of Interest in London
New lexis and structure: museum, gallery, theatre, cinema, stadium, park, parliament, history, square, taxi, radio, symbol, abbey, real, monument, tourist.
Aim by the end of the lesson Ss will be able to speak about London`s places of interest using new words.
Description of activity/step of the lesson
Aim of the activity
Pattern of interaction
Greeting of Ss
To welcome Ss in class
Warm – up
1) Listen to the tape-recorder and repeat after it.
On the blackboard: museum, gallery, theatre, cinema, stadium, park, parliament, history, square, taxi, radio, symbol, abbey, real, monument, tourist.
2) Guess and write the words in correct form:
e,u,m,u,m,s;l, e,a,g,y,l,r;e, a,th,r,t,e; e,m,n,c,i,a; r,p,k,a; q,r,u,s,a,e; b,e,a,b,y; n,o,t,m,u,e,m,n; r,u,t,i,o,s,t; m,s,y,l,o,b
To activate the background knowledge
-Let`s play. (The pictures of a museum, a gallery, a theatre, a cinema, a stadium, a park, a square and a monument are on the blackboard).
- What can you see?
- Sleep, children!
- Wake up, please!
- What`s missing?
To tune Ss in the English lesson
-Look at the presentation before reding the text.
-Read the texts in Ex.16 p.65.
-Match the parts of the text with the titles.
To read for infor-
- Answer the questions:
What is the name of the famous clock in London? (Its name is Big Ben.)
Where does Big Ben stand? (Big Ben stands near the Houses of Parliament.)
How often can you hear Big Ben? (You can hear Big Ben every hour.)
How much dos the big bell weigh? (It weighs 13, 720 kilograms.)
Where do the Houses of Parliament stand? (They stand beside the river Thames.)
What was built by King Edward in 1065? (Westminster Abbey was built by King Edward in 1065.)
Who founded Westminster Abbey? (St. Peter founded Westminster Abbey.)
Does the Queen of Britain live in the Tower? (No, she doesn’t. She doesn’t live in the Tower.)
Where does the Queen stay when she is in London? (When the Queen is in London she stays in Buckingham Palace.)
Where does the coronation of all British Kings and Queens take place? (The coronation of all British Kings and Queens takes place in Westminster Abbey.)
What is the oldest part of the Tower of London? (The oldest part of the Tower of London is the White Tower.)
What places in London do you like to visit? (I like to visit Westminster and hear Big Ben.)
To train communicative speaking skills
The lesson is over. You were active today. Your marks are …. .
Good morning, when it`s morning,
Good night, when it`s night,
And when it`s time to go away
Good-bye, Good-bye, Good-bye.
-Write down your Home-task: ex 9 p.74(to write), to speak about one place of interest in London.
Guess and write the words in correct form:
I. Match the parts of the text with the titles:
The Houses of Parliament.
The Tower of London.
II. Answer the questions:
What is the name of the famous clock in London?
Where does Big Ben stand?
How often can you hear Big Ben?
How much dos the big bell weigh?
Where do the Houses of Parliament stand?
What was built by King Edward in 1065?
Who founded Westminster Abbey?
Does the Queen of Britain live in the Tower?
Where does the Queen stay when she is in London?
Where does the coronation of all British Kings and Queens take place?
What is the oldest part of the Tower of London?
What places in London do you like to visit?
Task (3-4 minutes)
You and your friend were invited to take part in the scientific conference. You have to prepare speech on theme: “Ecological problems of our republic”.
Discuss all the ecological pollutions and choose one, which is the most dangerous in our republic.
Water pollution Dump
Air pollution Destruction of Wild Life
You begin the conversation. The teacher will play the part of your friend.
Discuss all the options
Take an active part in the conversation and be polite
Come up with ideas
Give good reasons
Find out your friend’s attitudes and take them into account
Invite your friend to come up with suggestions
Come up to an agreement
Mukozheva Elmira Machrailovna