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Страноведческий урок по английскому языку "Великобритания"

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Предмет: Английский язык

Класс: 8

Тема урока: «Добро пожаловать в Великобританию! »

Форма урока: урок-соревнование

Цель урока: активизация имеющихся в опыте учащихся знаний, полученных на уроках английского языка по теме «Великобритания»

Задачи:

  1. образовательная: формировать коммуникативную культуру школьников, формировать умение монологической речи, обобщить страноведческие знания учащихся.

  2. развивающая: развить коммуникабельность, самостоятельность, умения сотрудничать, развить способности к логическому изложению.

  3. воспитательная: воспитать положительное, уважительное отношение к истории и культуре англоязычных стран.

  4. сопутствующая: контролировать умения учащихся самостоятельно оценивать себя в разных видах речевой деятельности.

Тип урока: урок-обобщение

Технологии: ИКТ, технология проблемного вопроса

Приемы: прием поискового чтения, монологическое высказывание с опорой на полученную информацию с ключевыми словами, прием зашифрованного слова (кроссворд), прием соотнесения русского и английского эквивалента, тест

Средства ведения урока: ЦОР (презентация), раздаточный материал (тексты о знаменитых людях, кроссворды, пословицы)

Технические средства: Экран, проектор, доска

Ход урока

Этапы урока

Деятельность учителя

Деятельность ученика

Средства обучения

Длительность каждого этапа


1.Warming-up

Greeting-Good morning Ss nice to see you today. Sit down, please. How are you?

Introduction: 1.Today we are going to have an unusual lesson. Lesson-competition, where you are going to work in three groups and get points for every task. But before we are starting, can you have a look at this slide and name the subject, theme of today’s lesson?

2. You are right. And What are your associations with the word Great Britain?





Well done. Today we will speak about Great Britain, its traditions, customs, holidays, and tourists’ attractions, famous and popular people. This is our plan. There are 5 steps.

-The first step is devoted to London’s sights. When we are speaking about London we are speaking about Royal palaces, castles, beautiful squares, museums, art galleries. Your homework was to find some information about any London’s sights.

-Great Britain is famous for its’ outstanding people, so we are going to read the texts about celebrities.

Our life is impossible without holidays, so the third step is devoted to the holidays in Great Britain (do crossword).

- G.B. is a country of wisdom, so there is a great number of proverbs (you are going to find English and Russian equivalents).

- The fifth step is a test checked your knowledge of countryside. Let us start.


I’m fine, thank you and you? I’m OK











I think we are going to speak about Great Britain, because I can see Queen, Big Ben, British flag, so on.























London, Queen, cities, the Houses of Parliament, Trafalgar Square, Piccadilly Circus, so on


Presentation

Slide 1































































































Slide 2

5 min


Task 1.

Speaking (monologue)

Now you are going to have a kind of excursion. What sight is it? You are welcome. You’ll get 5 points for each sight





Thank you for the information. I think it was useful and interesting for other Ss, wasn’t it ?

Ss tell about the following sights:

-Big Ben;

-Tower of London;

-Buckingham Palace;

-Trafalgar Square;

-National Gallery;

-Westminster Abbey

Slides 3-8

5 min


Task 2.

Reading, Speaking, Listening, Writing

As I’ve already said the second step is devoted to famous people of G.B. What famous people do you know? You are going to read the texts about Queen Elizabeth II, Queen Victoria and William Shakespeare. Do you Know when Queen Victoria was born? How many children did W.Sh. have? How old is Q.E. Read the text and fill in the table and then tell us about your celebrity. I’ll give you 5 min. Now one representative is going to tell us about their famous people and other groups fill in the tables. Maximum-21 points

-Check only your table and count the points

Ss answer the Qs and do the task.


12-15 min


Task 3.

Doing the crossword.

As I’ve already said it is impossible to live without holidays. What British holidays do you know? Now your task is to do the crossword and find key word. I’ll give you 5min. What do you know about this person? (information about Claudius)

Halloween, Christmas, St.Valentine’s Day, Easter, The New Year. Key word is -Claudius


5-6 min


Task 4.

Test. There are three questions for each group. Thank you for knowledge about G.B. Your answers were perfect

Answer the questions


5 min


Task 5.

Matching the proverbs. G.B. is rich in proverbs. It’s people’s wisdom, isn’t it? What English proverbs do you know? Well done. Count points please. Max-5 points

Ss find Russian and English equivalents


2-3 min


Reflection

Let’s count our points. Gr. 1 is a winner. My congratulation to you. It was a great pleasure for me to work with you today. I think the subject was very challenging, as for me I like G.B. very much and I hope you have a positive attitude to this country as well. Did you like the lesson? What was interesting for you? What was new? The lesson is over. As British said:” If you are tired London, you are tired of life”

Ss express their opinions


3 min


Приложение 1

Tower of London

. It is one of the oldest buildings in London. It was begun by William the Conqueror the first Norman king in the 11th century as a fortress and a palace. Then it was a prison where many famous people died. Black ravens lives outside the Tower now. A man looks after the ravens and gives them food in the morning and in the evening. The Tower of London is a museum now. At Ten o'clock every evening the guards lock the big doors of the Tower for the night.



Westminster Abbey

It is a beautiful Gothic building. It was a monastery and a Norman church for a long time. Westminster Abbey has many historical associations. Nearly all English kings and queens were crowned there. One of the greatest treasures of the Abbey is the oaken Coronation Chair made in 1300. Many famous people are buried here: Newton, Darwin, and Dickens. In the Poet’s Corner there are memorials to Shakespeare, Byron, and Burns.

Big Ben

There is the Clock Tower and the clock in the Houses of Parliament-Big Ben. It is the biggest clock Tower in Britain. It weighs 13,5 tons. The clock Tower is 316 feet high. People have to go 374 steps to reach the top. The face of the clock is very large. The minute hand is 14 feet long. The hour hand is 9 feet long. The man in charge of building was called Sir Benjamin Hall. This man was very tall and the workers and his friends called him Big Ben

Trafalgar Square.

. It is in the centre of the West End. Trafalgar Square was named in memory of Admiral Nelson’s victory at the battle of Trafalgar in which he was fatally wounded. It was designed between 1829 and 1840 with Nelson’s column as a centerpiece. The column is over 170 feet high with the statue of Nelson’s showing him with one arm and with one eye.

National Gallery

It houses one of the finest art collection in the world. Including paintings of the British, Italian, Spanish, French, Dutch and other famous schools.

Buckingham Palace

Buckingham Palace was built in 1703. Buckingham Palace is now the official residence of the English Queen and the British Royal Family. It is like a small town with a police station, two post offices, a hospital, a bar, two sport clubs, a disco, a cinema and a swimming pool. The ceremony of the Changing Guard at Buckingham Palace is a great tourists attraction.





East or West - home is best.

So many countries so many customs.


Every country has its customs.


When at Rome, do as the Romans do.


Dry bread at home is better than roast meat abroad




























Queen Elizabeth II

Queen Elizabeth II was born in Windsor on the 21 of April in 1926. She got an education at home, she was taught to read and write by her parents. She married Prince Phillip in 1947. She came to the throne in 1952 and was crowned in Westminster Abbey. Nowadays she has four children: Prince Charles, Princess Anne, Prince Andrew, and Prince Edward. She likes reading, taking pictures, watching horse races. She travels a lot and plays an important role in the country. She is the Head of the Commonwealth.


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Queen Elizabeth II

Queen Elizabeth II was born in Windsor on the 21 of April in 1926. She got an education at home, she was taught to read and write by her parents. She married Prince Phillip in 1947. She came to the throne in 1952 and was crowned in Westminster Abbey. Nowadays she has four children: Prince Charles, Princess Anne, Prince Andrew, and Prince Edward. She likes reading, taking pictures, watching horse races. She travels a lot and plays an important role in the country. She is the Head of the Commonwealth.


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Queen Victoria

Queen Victoria was born in 1819 in England. Queen Victoria came to the throne as a young woman. She ruled for the longest period in the English history for 64 years. Victoria married a German-Prince Albert and they had nine children (five sons and four daughters). She loved her husband very much and there is a monument to Prince Albert built by Queen Victoria. She liked classical music and painting. During her reign Britain became a rich industrial country with a developed trade, an empire with a lot of colonies. She died in 1901.

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Queen Victoria

Queen Victoria was born in 1819 in England. Queen Victoria came to the throne as a young woman. She ruled for the longest period in the English history for 64 years. Victoria married a German-Prince Albert and they had nine children (five sons and four daughters). She loved her husband very much and there is a monument to Prince Albert built by Queen Victoria. She liked classical music and painting. During her reign Britain became a rich industrial country with a developed trade, an empire with a lot of colonies. She died in 1901.

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William Shakespeare

William Shakespeare was born on the 23 of April in 1564 in Stratford-upon-Avon. William went to a grammar school in Stratford and had quite a good education. There he learned to love reading, poetry and theatre. William married Anne Hathaway and had three children: Susannah, Hamnet and Judith.

In London Shakespeare began to act and to write plays at well-known acting company. Most of his plays were performed in the new Globe Theatre. In 1613 he stopped writing and went to live in Stratford where he died in 1616.


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William Shakespeare

William Shakespeare was born on the 23 of April in 1564 in Stratford-upon-Avon. William went to a grammar school in Stratford and had quite a good education. There he learned to love reading, poetry and theatre. William married Anne Hathaway and had three children: Susannah, Hamnet and Judith.

In London Shakespeare began to act and to write plays at well-known acting company. Most of his plays were performed in the new Globe Theatre. In 1613 he stopped writing and went to live in Stratford where he died in 1616.


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Date of birth

Elizabeth II 21 of April, 1926

Birthplace

Windsor,

Marriage

Prince Phillip

Number of children

4

Interesting facts (was famous for)

She is the head of the commonwealth

Likes

reading, taking pictures, watching horse races

Date of death

She is alive

TOTAL:


Date of birth

Victoria, 1819

Birthplace

England

Marriage

Prince Albert

Number of children

9

Interesting facts (was famous for)

Britain became a rich industrial country with a developed trade, an empire with a lot of colonies

Likes

classical music and painting

Date of death

in 1901.

TOTAL:


Date of birth

Shakespeare, 1564, 23 of April

Birthplace

Stratford-upon-Avon

Marriage

Anne Hathaway

Number of children

3

Interesting facts (was famous for)

Most of his plays were performed in the new Globe Theatre

Likes

reading, poetry and theatre

Date of death

1616.


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Приложение 4

Match Russian and English proverbs.

1. East or West - home is best.

2. So many countries so many customs.

3. Every country has its customs.

4. When at Rome, do as the Romans do.

5. Dry bread at home is better than roast meat abroad.

a) В чужой монастырь со своим уставом не ходят.

b) В гостях хорошо, а дома лучше.

c). Сухой хлеб дома лучше, чем жареное мясо за границей.

d). Сколько стран, столько и обычаев.

f). У каждой страны свои обычаи. .

English proverbs

1

2

3

4

5

Russian Proverbs


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d

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a

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Приложение 3

Crossword





  1. We celebrate this holiday on the 25th of December.

  2. An autumn holiday for children where the symbols are pumpkins, witches, ghosts.

  3. At this holiday the British often give each other chocolate Easter eggs.

  4. The name of animal related to Easter.

  5. This co lour is the symbol of love.

  6. The god of love.

  7. The bird looks like a big chicken

  8. The most romantic present which can smell that is given to girls on St.Valentine’s Day.





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1. We celebrate this holiday on the 25th of December.

2. An autumn holiday for children where the symbols are pumpkins, witches, ghosts.

3. At this holiday the British often give each other chocolate Easter eggs.

4. The name of animal related to Easter.

5. This co lour is the symbol of love.

6. The god of love.

7. The bird looks like a big chicken

8. The most romantic present which can smell that is given to girls on St.Valentine’s Day.
























































































































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