План – конспект урока по английскому языку.
Тема урока: Осмотр достопримечательностей Лондона.
образовательная: развитие речевой догадки, расширение кругозора учащихся, знакомство с вековой культурой Великобритании;
развивающая: развитие языковой догадки, умения находить нужную информацию в тексте, способствовать развитию логического мышления;
воспитательная: воспитание культуры общения, интереса к изучению иностранного языка.
Практические задачи: формирование навыков аудирования, развитие навыков говорения: монологической и диалогической речи; закрепление лексических и грамматических навыков.
Языковой материал: лексика по темам: путешествие, город, достопримечательности, текст для чтения, текст для аудирования по теме «Достопримечательности города» (видеофрагмент), Past Simple, Present Simple.
Дидактический материал и наглядные пособия: виды с достопримечательностями Лондона, зрительные опоры с речевым клише, текстовые задания, учебник “Happy English» для 5 класса К.И.Кауфман
Оснащение: презентация, карточки
Начало урока. Повторение лексики.
Good morning children!
Good morning teacher!
Sit down, please.
How are you?
I ‘m OK! Thanks.
Would you like to go to Great Britain?
Yes, I would!
We’ll do London today! Let’s begin!
Children, look at the blackboard now. We review some words:
Westminster Abbey, places of interest, sights of London, Trafalgar Square, Buckingham Palace, London Bridge, Tower bridge, the Tower of London, Regent’s Park, London Zoo, Big Ben, St. Paul’s Cathedral, National Gallery
Просмотр видеофильма. Контроль понимания. This is our airplane. We go to London by plane.
Oh! What we have! We don’t waste time! Here we have a film. You should be very attentive today and at the end of the film you have to finish the sentences in the blanks.
1)Big Ben is 2) The Queen lives in
a) a clock; a)the Tower of London;
b)a palace; b)Buckingham Palace;
c)a square. c)Westminster Abbey.
3) The Thames is 4) The Tower of London is
a) a park; a) a prison;
b) a river; b) a circus
c) a garden. c) a museum.
5) The column with Nelson is in …
a) Hyde Park;
b) Piccadilly Circus;
P1, P2, P3…
We are in London! It’s great! Look! These ladies and gentlemen are guides from the London Tourist Information Office and we’ll have a double-decker tour about London.
Guide1: Dear guests! You are welcome on board. As you know, London stands on the river Thames. London, the capital of Great Britain, is a very old city. It is two thousand years old. Many years ago London was a small town the Thames. Now London is a big port and a beautiful city with large squares and parks. About seven million people live here. London is one of the biggest cities in the world. The Thames is not a long river. It is three hundred and thirty kilometers long and it flows into the sea. The English people call it “The Father of London”. London began on the Thames. When we go on a boat up the Thames we pass under Tower Bridge, London Bridge and others.
G2: And now we start our tour from Tower Bridge. Tower Bridge is the only Thames Bridge which can be raised. The road over the bridge is built on two central sections; they open two or three times a week to let ships through. Up the bridge there are walk-ways with good views of London.
On the right bank of the Thames you can see the Tower of London. The Tower of London is a very old building. It is nine hundred years old. In the early days of the history of England the English kings lived here. Then it was a prison where very many people died. Black ravens had much food near the walls of the Tower in those years. Black ravens live outside the Tower now. The English people love them very much. A man looks after the ravens and gives them in the evening. The Tower of London is a museum now. The walls of the Tower are five meters thick. In the museum you can see many old guns. At ten o’clock every evening the guards lock the big doors of the Tower for the night.
G3: Now we are coming to London Bridge. It is two thousand years old. The first bridge was wooden. The people built a bridge of stone and called it London Bridge. There were houses and shops on it and people paid money when they crossed the bridge. In 1831 a new bridge rose in the place of the old one. But the city grew very quickly and in 1960 the people of London wanted to build a large new bridge at that place. A very rich American bought the old London Bridge. The American brought the parts of the bridge on a ship to the USA. In 1973 new London Bridge was opened on the site of the old bridge over the Thames.
Russian tourist: Excuse me. I’ve got a question. Why did that rich American buy the old London Bridge?
G3: He wanted to people for money.
RT: Thanks you.
G4: Here we can get off bus to visit St. Paul’s Cathedral. St. Paul’s Cathedral is the work of England’s greatest architect Sir Christopher Wren. The Cathedral was begun in 1675 and was finished only in 1710. The Cathedral is second in size only to St. Peter’s in Rome. Christopher Wren was buried there.
G5: And now we are making our way up the Thames to the Houses of Parliament. Thames to the Houses of Parliament. The Houses of Parliament are the seat of the British government.
G6:There is the Clock Tower and the clock in the Houses of Parliament. The clock has four faces and a very big loud bell. The bell weighs 13 tons. The Clock Tower is 318 feet high. The clock’s face is 23 feet wide. The minute hand is 14 feet long. The hour hand is 9 feet long. The man in charge of building was Sir Benjamin Hall. This man was very tall and the workers and his friends called him Big Ben. So they called the bell Big Ben too.
G7:Now we are coming to Trafalgar Square. Trafalgar Square is in the center of the west End of London. Trafalgar Square commemorates Nelson’s victory at the battle of Trafalgar in which he was fatally wounded. Trafalgar Square was designed between 1829 and 1840 with Nelson’s column as a centerpiece. The column is over 170 feet high with the statue of Nelson. Nelson’s Statue is over 16 feet high, about three times his real height. The statue shows Nelson with one arm and one eye. He lost them in the battle. The bronze bas-relief at the foot of the column, made from the same metal, represents Nelson’s four great victories. The four bronze loins at the base were added in 1867. Today it is a place where people meet, and famous for political demonstrations.
RT2: Excuse me. What do the four lions symbolize?
G7: They symbolize Nelson’s four victories.
RT2: Thanks you.
G8: On the north of Trafalgar Square there is the National Gallery. It houses one of the finest art collections in the world. It includes paintings of the British, Italian, Spanish, French, Dutch, Flemish and other famous schools.
G7: There are a lot of parks and gardens in London. In regent’s Park there is London Zoo. It is one of the biggest zoos in the world. Today there are more than 8,000 animals in the Zoo. There are foxes, elephants, giraffes, lions, tigers, and monkeys there. There also many birds in the Zoo.
RT3: Which animals are the biggest in the Zoo?
G7: The biggest animals are giraffes, elephants, and rhinos.
G8: We are coming to Westminster Abbey. Westminster Abbey is a historic building. It is a royal church. Here you can see the tombs of many British kings and queens and other famous people. And the beautiful Henry VII Chapel. The Abbey was founded in the 11th century. Many Britain’s men are buried in Westminster Abbey.
Запись домашнего задания. Подведение итогов урока.
Did you enjoy our excursion? Thanks a lot our guides. We leave London for Lomovka.
We are in Lomovka.
Write down your homework, please. P. 73, Ex.7
You have worked very well today. Thank you. Goodbye.