Министерство образования и науки Республики Казахстан
Электронный колледж имени Жакии Чайжунусова
по предмету «Английский язык»
на тему «London is the capital of Great Britain»
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Протокол № «__»
от «__» _______2016г.
Председатель комиссии ________
подготовлен и проведен в группe 1 осн ФО-1
2015 – 2016 учебный год
Қазақстан Республикасы Білім және ғылым министрлігі
Ministry of education and science of the Republic of Kazakhstan
Жақия Шайжүнісов атындағы электронды колледж
Electronic college named after Zhakiy Shaizhunusova
Сабақ жоспары № 12
Plan of the lesson № 12
The course theme: Grammar
The lesson theme: London is the capital of Great Britain
Standards of teaching:
Оқушылар білу керек
Students must know: sightseeing in London
Оқушылар жасай білу керек
Students should be able: to speak on the theme by their own background
teaching : To present new vocabulary connected to the theme
developing: to develop student’s skills in speaking, writing, reading and listening
up-bringing: to bring-up respect to other people opinions, to increase their interest in learning foreign language and country studying
Тype of the lesson: traveling lesson
Kind of the lesson: combined
Сабақта пайдаланатын әдістер
Methods used at the lesson: practical, reproductive
The equipment of the lesson:
Maps, pictures, presentation through slides
flash – cards, exercises papers, text
оқытудың техникалық құралдары
Пәнаралық байланыстар (межпредметные связи):
providing: English, Geography, History
Literature: Golitsynsky’s book on grammar, Bonk’s book “Exercises on grammar”, “English for students of banking speciality”
Сабақтың мазмұны (Contents of the lesson:):
№ Stages of the lesson
Сабақтың элементтері, оқу мәселелері, оқыту әдістері мен формалары
Stages of the lesson, questions, forms and methods of teaching.
Good morning, boys and girls and our guests. I am glad to see you. Let’s start our English lesson. I will read a part of the text and you must guess, what about it.
Прием «Предсказание». (По услышанному отрывку учащиеся формулируют тему урока.) This country is situated on the river Thames. It is consist of four parts. The capital of Great Britain is London. The population of London is 8 million people. Tell me please, what is the famous city will we speak?
So, the task is to brush up our knowledge about one of the finest cities in the world, about London. I know that many of you have never been to London but today I want you to feel as if you are there. We’ll speak about the history of this great city, its interesting places to visit. So the theme of our lesson is «London is the UK of Great Britain»
Complete the sentences.
•1.Wales, Scotland and England are ... .
•2.The United Kingdom includes … .
•3.The capital of the U.K. is … .
•4. Cardiff is the capital of … .
•5.The Scottish capital is … .
•6.London is the capital of … .
Unscramble these places you find in a city.
rta yllgrea art gallery
Exercise I. Reading the text and translating into native language
“London is the capital of Great Britain”.
Exercise II Correct mistakes in the text.
Exercise III. Complete the sentences.
Exercise IV. Match the pictures and the words.
Exercise V. Do the following test.
Exercise VI. «Reflection of the lesson». Complete the sentences by your own words.
Evaluation of the results of the lesson
Today I want to say that such students as---- work very well
Homework: Make up 20 sentences about London.
1 осн ФО-1
Group:Оқытушы қолы: ____________________________________аты-жөні___
Teacher’s signature: G.S.Sasenova Surname
Electronic college named after Zhakiya Shaizhunusov
1 course, “English”, “Preschool education”
The theme of the course: “Grammar”
The theme of the lesson: “London is a capital of Great Britain”
London is an ancient city of more than twenty centuries old. It is the capital of Great Britain and one of the largest seaport. London is the centre of Britain's business and cultural life. There are a lot of sightseeing in London. For example: the famous British Museum, the National Gallery and some others. The most important parts of London are "The City", the West End, the East End and Westminster. "The City" is the business and financial heart of the country. There are many big banks and offices there. The West End is the richest part of London. The finest theatres, cinemas, large museums and big shops are in the West End. Hyde Park, one of the best and most beautiful London parks is also in this district. Many workers live in the East End. This is the poorest part of London. Most of the government buildings are in Westminster. Westminster Palace is the building in which the British Parliament sits.
Trafalgar Square In the centre of square there is a big column. At the top of the column there is a statue of Admiral Nelson who had to fight the French at the Battle of Trafalgar in 1805.
Trafalgar Square is a geographical center of London. It’s the largest among London’s squares. On the column in the centre there is a statue of Admiral Nelson who defeated the French at the Battle of Trafalgar in 1805. The main building of Trafalgar Square is the National Gallery with its façade in neo-classical style. It has a fine collection of European paintings.
The Houses of Parliament is the seat of the British government. There are two chambers in British Parliament: the House of Lords and the House of Commons. St. Stephan’s Tower of the Houses of Parliament contains the famous Big Ben. It is one of the most famous clocks in the world.
Buckingham Palace is near the Houses of Parliament. It’s the London home of the Queen. Now there is a museum on the ground floor.
Buckingham Palace is the London home of the Queen. When the flag is flying on the top she is at home. There is a wonderful daily ceremony, which takes place at 11.30. Usually Londoners and a great number of foreign tourists watch Changing the Guards in front of the Palace. It’s a very beautiful parade.
Now we are crossing Tower Bridge over the river Thames. From here you can see the Tower of London. English kings lived there many years ago. It was a fortress, a Royal palace and a prison, but now it’s a museum. The ravens are another famous sight. The legend says that without them the Tower will fall
The Tower of London is the oldest museum now. It was founded in the 11th century by William the Conqueror. It was a fortress, a castle, a prison and a zoo. There are always black ravens in the Tower. People look after them very well, as they believe that London will be rich as long as ravens live there. The Tower is guarded by Beefeaters.
Westminster Abbey is a royal church. The last monarch coroneted in the Abbey was present Queen Elisabeth the IInd. Here you can see the tombs of the many British kings and queens and other famous people and the beautiful Henry the VIIth Chapel.
The Natural History museum is one of three largest museums in London. There are five main collections here: Botany, Entomology, Mineralogy, Paleontology and Zoology. The museum is famous for its exhibition of dinosaur skeletons.
Exercise I. Correct mistakes in the text.
London am the capital of Great Britain.
It have 5 parts.
8 million people lives there.
There is a lot of different places of interest among the Tower of London, Trafalgar Square, British Museum, Buckingham Castle, Westminster Abby etc.
They is situated in the East End.
It is much parks, gardens, theatres and shops.
Exercise II. Complete the sentences.
London is not only the capital and the largest city of the United Kingdom, it is also _______________________ .
Its population is about ___________________.
The most important parts of London are _______________ of London, ______________, ________________ and ____________________ .
The City is the oldest part of London and it’s the ________________________ of London’s most important firms and banks have their offices there.
London has many great and _______________________ which ____________________________ of thousands of people from every part of the world.
There are many beautiful buildings in London and among them are ____________________________, _______________________________, ___________________________.
Exercise III. Match the pictures and the words.
Westminster Abbey St. Paul's Cathedral Piccadilly Circus Big Ben The Thames
Exercise IV. Match the pictures and the words.
1. What is the official name of this country?
a) Britain b) The United Kingdom of Great Britain c) England
2.What is the population of this country?
a) 56,878,000 b) 300,000,000 c) 100,000,000
3.How many countries make up Great Britain?
a) Four b) Three c) Five
4.What is the national flag of the UK?
5.The Union Jack is…
a) The flag of the UK b) The flag of Scotland c) The flag of Wales
d) The flag of England
6.What is the capital of the UK?
a) London b) Belfast c) Glasgow
7.Money in the UK is…
a) Dollars b) Pounds c) Euro
8. Big Ben is…
a) A palace b) A bell c) A square
9. The Queen lives in…
a) The Tower of London b) Buckingham Palace c) Windsor Palace
10. This is …
a) Westminster Abbey b) The Houses of Parliament The Bloody Tower
Teacher Sasenova G.S.
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