Урок английского языка в 5 классе по теме «A trip to London»
1. Развитие лексических навыков
2.Тренировка монологической речи по теме « Достопримечательности Лондона»
3.Тренировка навыков аудирования
ознакомить учащихся с новым страноведческим материалом по теме «Лондон »;
практиковать речевую деятельность: аудирование и монологическую речь;
активизировать лексику по теме, расширять словарный запас;
развивать умение сравнивать и обобщать изучаемый материал;
развивать умение высказать свое мнение на английском языке;
воспитывать уважительное отношение к культуре и истории другой страны;
воспитывать умение работать в паре;
расширять кругозор учащихся.
Форма урока: урок – путешествие.
Оборудование: аудио-запись про Лондон, видеоматериал о Лондоне, слайдовая презентация,компьютер
-Good morning, children!( Good morning, teacher!)
- I am glad to see you . ( We are glad to see you too.)
-How are you? ( I am fine/ very well, thank you. And how are you?)
I am fine too, thank you.
Today we shall have a talk about the sights of London. ( Учитель называет тему урока и настраивает детей на беседу по теме «Достопримечательности Лондона».) But first, I want to ask you some questions about this city and see what you know about it:
What is London?
Where is it situated?
On what river does London stand?
Is it an old city?
Итак мы очень много с вами говорили о Лондоне,о его достопримечательностях. Сегодня мы с вами совершим поездку в столицу Великобритании. Но дорога в Лондон будет очень сложна.На своем пути мы встретим припятсвия,для преодоления которых нам нужно будет выполнить задания.Готовы.
1.Unscramble the words:
aresqu (square) .
2.Match the parts
IV.Тренировка навыков аудирования.
-You can see the pictures of some places in London on the blackboard. Can you name them? Listen to my stories and choose the pictures.
1.It is very old. It has a long and cruel history. You can see it from the river Thames It is not just one building. Many years ago the Kings and the Queens of Britain lived in this place.( The Tower of London).
2. It stands near the Houses of Parliament. It is really a bell. It weighs 13, 720 kilograms. It has a deep tone and you can hear it on the radio. It is a famous clock ( Big Ben).
3.It is not far from the Houses of Parliament. It is a symbol or England. It was founded by ST. Peter and built by King Edward in 1065. Some famous people are buried there. (Westminster Abbey.)
4.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)
Тренировка навыков чтения
Текст с вопросами
Песенка London Bridge was falling down
Экскурсия по Лондону
ST1 --Now we are at Buckingham Palace. It is the London home of the queen. When the flag is flying on the top she is at home. The ceremony of the Changing of the Guard is a great tourist attraction. It takes place daily at half past twelve in the afternoon and lasts half an hour.
- How many rooms are there in the Palace?
ST 1-- -There are 600 rooms.
- Does the Queen’s family live at the Palace?
ST1 --- They stay at the Palace on weekdays.
ST 2.--There are a lot of parks and gardens in London. In Regent’s park there is London Zoo. We are coming now to Hide Park. It is the largest park in the West End of London. The park has Speaker’s Corner where anyone can make a speech about anything they want. It is a very democratic park.
-How many animals are in Regent’ park?
ST2.---Today there are more than 8000 animals in the Zoo.
ST 3-- Now we are coming to Trafalgar Square. It commemorates Nelson’s victory at the battle of Trafalgar. There is a Nelson’s column in the center of square. It is over 170 feet high. The statue shows Nelson with one hand and one eye. He lost them in the battle. The four bronze lions at the base were added in 1867.
- Excuse me, what do the lions symbolize?
ST 3 - They symbolize four Nelson’s victories.
ST 4-- And now we are making our tour up the Thames to the House of Parliament. It is the seat of British government. There is the Clock Tower and the clock in the House of Parliament. The Clock Tower is 318 feet high. The man in charge of building was Sir Benjamin Hall. The man was very tall and the workers and his friends called him Big Ben. So they called the bell Big Ben too.
ST5---We are coming now to Westminster Abbey. It is a royal church. Here you can see the tombs of many British kings and queens and other famous people. The Abbey was founded in the 11th century.
ST 6---And now we start our tour from Tower Bridge. The road over the bridge is built on two central sections; they open two or three times a week to let ships through. On the right bank of river you can see the Tower of London. It is nine hundred years old. In the early days of history of England the English kings lived here. Then it was a prison and now it is a museum. The walls of the Tower are five meters thick. In the museum you can see many old guns.
ST7---I welcome you to the British Museum. The British Museum has one of the largest libraries in the world. There are more than 6 million books in the library. At present the library has modern electronic equipment, so the reader does not have to wait long to receive the material he needs.
ST 8-- The London Eye is situated on the banks of the River Thames in London, England. It is the tallest wheel in Europe, and the most popular paid tourist attraction in the United Kingdom. A double-decker bus is a bus that has two storeys or decks. Red double-decker buses are used for mass transit in London. Double-decker buses are also used in other cities in Europe and used for touring.