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Урок английского языка для 7 класса на тему "London"

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London

Цель: стимулирование интереса учащихся к изучению предмета.

Задачи:

  1. Образовательная: расширять культурный кругозор учащихся;

  2. Развивающая: развивать мышление, память;

  3. Практическая: практиковать учащихся в чтении, аудировании, говорении;

  4. Воспитательная: воспитывать толерантное отношение к сверстникам, умение работать в группе;

Оборудование: иллюстрации с видами Лондона, его достопримечательностей

Раздаточный материал: карточки с заданиями для каждой группы

Оформление доски: тема занятия, иллюстрации с видами Лондона.

Ход занятия

1. Орг. момент.

T.: Hello, dear friends. Nice to see you. How are you today?

T.: The topic of our lesson is “London and its places of interest”. To make our lesson more interesting you are divided into two teams. You’ll get points for the right answers. Now name your teams.

P.: We are “Londoners”

We are “Travelers”

2. Основная часть

T.: The first task for you is to answer the question: What do you know about London? Let’s answer one by one, team by team.

P.: London is the capital of England.

P.: It’s one of the most interesting cities in Europe.

P.: London stands on the river Thames.

P.: There are a lot of sights in London…

T.: The second task: Look at the list of places and underline which of them are in London. You have 2 minutes to do it.

Westminster Abbey

Regent’s Park

Arbat Street

Tverskaya Street

the Kremlin

Tower Bridge

the Houses of Parliament

the Tretyakov Gallery

Spasskaya Tower

St Paul’s Cathedral

the White Tower

Gagarin Square

the Pushkin Museum

Novodevichi Monastery

Red Square

Buckingham Palace

the Bloody Tower

Gorky Park

Trafalgar Square

Madam Tussaud’s Museum

T.: The third task. Listen to the following texts and match them with the pictures which are on the blackboard. The first text is for the “Londoners”, the second is for the “Travelers” and so on.

1. You can see it from the river Thames. It’s very old. This place has a long and cruel history. It isn’t just one building. It has a history of blood – the blood of men, women and children. Now the Kings and the Queens of Britain don’t live there. (the Tower of London)

2. It’s the place where British kings and queens live when they are in London. When the Queen is inside you can see the flag over it. Important visitors often go to this place. They meet Queen Elizabeth and the royal family there. A lot of tourists go to visit this place. They stand outside and see the Changing of the Guard. (Buckingham Palace)

3. They stand beside the river Thames. You can also see them from Westminster Abbey. The country’s leaders speak at this place. The famous clock Big Ben stands near them. (the Houses of Parliament)

4. It’s one of the famous bridges across the Thames. It was built in 1894. It’s next to the Tower of London. It opens and ships go up and down the river Thames. (Tower Bridge)

5. This park is the property of the royal family. It is famous for its outdoor entertainments and its Speaker’s Corner. On a Sunday morning you can make a speech about something you believe to be very important. (Hyde Park)

6. It’s a place where different meetings take place. In the middle of this square there is Nelson Column. (Trafalgar Square)

T.: The fourth task is your home task. You had to prepare dialogs about a sight at home. (Children prepared four dialogs at home. At the lesson they recite them. The other team should guess the sight the dialog is about)

T.: The fifth task. Read the texts and right down the names of sights.

It’s a symbol of England. It isn’t far from the Houses of Parliament. The legend says that it was founded by St Peter himself. We know that it was built by King Edward in 1065. The coronation of all British Kings and Queens takes place there. Some famous people are also buried here. _______________

It’s one of the sights of London. You can meet great characters of history and art there. Actors, film stars, pop-singers and sportsmen come face to face with famous politicians. There is a special place for the Queen’s family. It has one of the largest collections of wax models in the world.______________

Visiting this place you can act in a Hollywood Western, select a film to watch or even draw your own cartoon film. During your visit you can also meet characters from the past and ask any questions about the time in history. You will enjoy your visit to this place. __________

T.: The sixth task. Listen to my statements and say if they are true or false. Work one by one.

  1. London is far from the river Thames. (F)

  2. Most London parks are free. (T)

  3. London is a very old city. (T)

  4. The Tower of London is a residence of the British Queen. (F)

  5. London Eye is a famous London theatre. (F)

  6. Tower Bridge is the only bridge in London. (F)

  7. Nelson’s Column is in Trafalgar Square. (T)

  8. London Zoo is in the Tower of London. (F)

T.: The seventh task. You have to do the test about London sights. You have 2 minutes.

  1. London stands on the river…

    1. Thames

    2. Volga

    3. Neva

  2. London Zoo is in …

    1. Hyde Park

    2. Regent’s Park

    3. Kensington Gardens

  3. Big Ben is …

    1. a palace

    2. a bell

    3. a square

  4. The Bloody Tower is in…

    1. the Tower of London

    2. Westminster Abbey

    3. Trafalgar Square

  5. The famous museum of waxworks is called…

    1. MOMI

    2. Pushkin Museum

    3. Madam Tussaud’s Museum

  6. You can see Speaker’s Corner in …

    1. St James’s Park

    2. Green Park

    3. Hyde Park

  7. The country’s leaders speak in …

    1. the Houses of Parliament

    2. Big Ben

    3. Buckingham Palace

  8. Whisper Gallery is in …

    1. Westminster Abbey

    2. St Paul’s Cathedral

    3. Buckingham Palace

  9. The statue of Peter Pan is in…

    1. Regent’s Park

    2. St James’s Park

    3. Kensington Gardens

  10. The oldest part of the Tower is…

    1. the White Tower

    2. the Bloody Tower

    3. Big Ben

3. Подведение итогов

T.: I’m very pleased with your results. You show good knowledge of London sights, you show you can read, listen and speak English well. All of you are clever but we have winners. It’s …


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