Урок мини-проект « Путешествие в Британию»
Основной метод проектная технология
Тип урока обобщение и закрепление знаний по теме «Великобритания»
Цель урока развитие коммуникативных навыков с помощью проектной технологии
обучение кросс-культурной грамотности
умению понимать английскую речь
воспитание уважения к культуре страны изучаемого языка,
умению работать в команде
развитие логического мышления, воображения, памяти,
формирование мотивации к изучению английского языка
тренировка в говорении ( монологическая речь),
совершенствование техники чтения и умения пользоваться дополнительной литературой,
активизация употребления страноведческой лексики в устной и письменной речи
практика в оформлении минипроекта с использованием компьютерных технологий
Средства обучения и оборудования
презентация в Power Point
листы с текстами
I. Организационный момент и приветствие
Good morning children. How are you today?
II. Речевая разминка
Do you like to travel? What english-speaking countries do you know?
(Ученики отвечают на вопросы учителя)
Oh, we’ve got a letter, a video letter, let’s look!
III. Активизация лексики по теме урока
What do you know about Great Britain? What is the capital of GB?
What famous places do you know? What famous people do you know? Do you know traditional British food? What main holidays do you know?
(Ученики отвечают на вопросы учителя)
Would you like to know more about it? The first group will tell us about sport in GB, the second group will tell us about British food and the third group will tell about Christmas. You have got 10 min.
Sport in Great Britain
Most people in Great Britain are real sport-lovers. Cricket, football, rugby, tennis, table tennis, badminton, and snooker were invented in Britain.
Britain's national sport is football or soccer. It was played there as far back as medieval times. Nowadays it has become the most popular game all over the world. There is no national football team in Great Britain.
English football fans are fond of most exciting games which are held between teams from the same city.There are a lot of football clubs. Many schools form their own football teams, offering students an opportunity of entering prestigious universities according to their sport achievements.
There is a type of football called rugby. The game is called so because it was originated at Rugby — a well-known English public school.
Rugby is a game played by 2 teams of 15 players each. The game takes place on a field. Rugby is played with an oval ball which can be carried by hands and legs. The ball is passed from hand to hand in order to be thrown across the goal line. It is a rather violent game, that is why the players must be big and strong. The players should wear helmets, masks, chest and shoulder ; line-height: 100%"> Cricket is a popular summer sport in Britain.There are many cricket clubs in the country. Cricket players wear a uniform — white boots, a white T-shirt and white trousers. One cricket game takes a long time. There are two teams of 11 players each and test matches between national teams can last up to 5 days. The spectators have to be very patient. Cricket is more popular among men, but it is also played by women and girls.
Tennis is a favourite sport of the Englishmen.
Golf is a game of business community.The equipment for this game is quite expensive. Golf is a ball and golf stick game played on a natural field. In this game one has to knock a ball into a hole.
There are a lot of other popular sports in Great Britain, for example, horseracing, swimming, running, baseball, hockey, grass-hockey.
The English usually have 4 meals a day: breakfast, lunch, tea (5 o'clock), and dinner. Breakfast time is between seven and nine a.m. A traditional English breakfast is a very big meal. Breakfast can be a full "English breakfast" of corn flakes with milk and sugar, or bacon and eggs, toast and marmalade, tea or coffee. Some people have just a cup of tea or coffee with a toast. It consists of juice, porridge, 2 of bacon and eggs, toast, butter, jam or marmalade, tea or coffee.
Lunch is usually taken at one o'clock. For many people lunch is a quick meal. Office workers usually go to a cafe at this time. They take fish, poultry or cold meat (beef, mutton, veal and ham), boiled or fried potatoes and all sorts of salad. School children can have a hot meal at school. A lot of people in England eat sandwiches for their lunch. There are a lot of sandwich shops in London. You can get cheese, egg, fish and even fruit sandwiches.
Traditional British food is fish and chips.
Tea is very popular among the English. Tea is welcome in the morning, in the afternoon and in the evening. The English like it strong and fresh made. The English put one tea-spoonful of tea for each person. Some people have afternoon tea, so called «high tea» with sandwiches, tomatoes and salad, a tin of apricots, pears or pineapples and cakes, and, of course a cup of tea. That is what they call good tea.
Dinner time is generally between six and eight p.m. The evening meal is the biggest and the main meal of the day. Very often the whole family eats together. They begin with soup, followed by fish, roast chicken, potatoes and vegetables, fruit and coffee.
The British have a sweet tooth. They like eating puddings, jams, cakes and rolls.
Christmas in Great Britain
Christmas Day, December 25, is the most popular holiday in Great Britain. It is a family holiday.Traditionally all relatives and friends give each other presents. They decorate their houses in the traditional way. Christmas trees are set up in houses, in the streets and churches. They are always decorated with fairy lights, angels and small toys. In addition, little packets with nuts, candies and special biscuits are hung on the tree.
In Great Britain the Christmas tree became popular while Queen Victoria ruled the country.
On the eve of Christmas children hang their stockings, so that Santa Claus could put presents into them: oranges, sweets, nuts and if the child didn't behave properly Santa Claus can put there a piece of coal as punishment.
Carol singing is an essential part of Christmas. No church or school is without its carol service. Carols may be traditional or with some variations that express different feelings. Carols were used for the first time during Christmas in the fifteenth century.
Usually children come around in the evening to the front doors and start singing carols and people who live in these houses give children candies, nuts, pies and so on, to thank them for carol singing.
A typical Christmas lunch includes turkey and pudding. Usually a coin or two are hidden inside the pudding. And a part of the fun is to see who finds it.
After the lunch they go to the sitting room to listen to the Christmas speech of the Queen, shown on TV.
So, Christmas is a merry family holiday for all the people of Great Britain.
Ученики работают в группах, читают тексты, находят нужную информацию, делают презентацию, находят картинки в Интернете.
Учитель проводит физ.минутку.
IV. Развитие навыков устной речи (монологическая речь)
Учащиеся защищают проекты, в виде презентации, сопровождаемой речью.
V. Учитель подводит итоги урока, оценивает работу учащихся, выставляет оценки и задает домашнее задание.
Your homework is to write a letter to your friend about your visit to London.
Thank you for your work. Have a nice day. Good bye.
Приложение: Презентация по теме «Путешествие в Британию»