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Web Quest for 8th grade students Designed by Tsyplenkova I.A.,
Top London’s Attractions
Congratulations! Imagine that you have been chosen by the new Yaroslavl Travel Agency to travel to the capital of GB – London.
telling about London sights, developing cultural competence on the topic “London sights”. Language skills: reading for specific information taking notes on the topic writing an article about London Computer skills: searching and selecting the necessary information in the Internet, making small computer presentation using Power Point. Other skills: learning to work in a team, developing imagination, analysing
Language skills: reading for specific information taking notes on the topic writing an article about London Computer skills: searching and selecting the necessary information in the Internet, making small computer presentation using Power Point Other skills: learning to work in a team, developing imagination, analysing
You’ll work in three groups: will make a computer presentation. You will visit some sites and choose the necessary information for your future work. will also visit the same sites and use the information to solve the quiz. will match the pictures with the names of the sights
Before doing the task just watch a video about sightseeing in London. Click the link: London Now you can visit these sites.
Tower of London http://www.woodlands-junior.kent.sch.uk/customs/questions/london/tower.htm Trafalgar Square Big Ben http://www.aboutbritain.com/BigBen.htm Buckingham Palace http://www.woodlands-junior.kent.sch.uk/customs/questions/london/buckinghampalace.htm http://www.tourist-information-uk.com/buckingham-palace.htm Westminster Abbey http://www.greatbuildings.com/buildings/Westminster_Abbey.html Madame Tussaud’s – http://www.group-trotter.net/uk/places/tussaud/tussaud.html London eye – http://www.woodlandsunior.kent.sch.uk/customs/questions/london/attractions/londoneye.html
Criteria for the presentation. Peer evaluation: Did you like the presentation? What was especially interesting ? Did you get any additional information? Was it useful for you?
Teacher’s evaluation of the presentation: Students are expected to demonstrate his/her ability to: A length elaborating on the topic (10-12 phrases) 2. Produce coherent utterances. 3. Give good reasons. 4. Use accurate grammar structures with a good range of vocabulary appropriate to the context and function.
A quiz Excellent Good Satisfactory Poor 9-10 points 7-8 points 5-7 points less than 5 points
Matching exercise Excellent Good Satisfactory Poor 9-10 points 7-8 points 5-7 points less than 5 points
Presentation “Sights of London”
The students liked the exercises. Such activity was used for the first time. It was new , interesting and unusual for students to explore the Internet recourses by themselves at the English lessons. There were some difficulties with selecting and transforming the information according to the task.. It took much time to find the necessary information Sometimes it’s difficult to work in a team (group).
Do the crossword puzzle Do the puzzle Horisontal line 1. The biggest and the most famous clock in Britain. 3. The capital of Great Britain. 4. The most significant and famous royal church. 5. Queen Elizabeth II is the head of …family. 6. The popular square for tourists in London. A meeting point of six streets. 8. A fashionable and stylish place to visit with shops, markets, bar sand cafes. Vertical line 1. The Royal Palace in London. 2. The fortress, royal palace, prison, and now a museum. 7. A word that means an interesting place for tourists.
Fill in the sentences with the words in the table is the capital of Great Britain. London is the one of the largest in the world. There is a Nelson’s Column in the centre of is the meeting point of six streets. is the seat of the British government. Covent Garden is a fashionable trading Buckingham Palace is the London home of the London Queen cities Trafalgar Square centre Piccadilly Circus The Houses of Parliament Сheck your answers
Match the sights and their names The Tower of London Piccadilly Westminster Abbey The British Museum Madame Tussaud’s Buckingham Palace London Eye The Houses of Parliament Big Ben
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