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Урок-конкурс английского языка на тему: "Англоговорящие страны"

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Урок – конкурс по теме

English-speaking countries


Материал может быть использован во время проведения предметной недели в школе, во внеклассных мероприятиях по английскому языку.

Цели:

практическая – систематизировать и обобщить знания учащихся по теме «Англоязычные страны»;

образовательная – расширить кругозор учащихся; формировать у них интерес к культуре народов стран изучаемого языка;

воспитательная – создать положительную мотивацию к дальнейшему изучению языка;

развивающая – совершенствовать у учащихся память, воображение, внимание, логическое мышление, способность к догадке.

Оснащение урока:

географическая карта, флаги англоязычных государств, иллюстративный и дидактический материал, кубик

Ход урока:

  1. Вступительное слово ведущего.

Dear boys and girls! I am very glad to see you at our lesson today because we have an unusual lesson – a competition. The theme of our foreign languages week is “Travelling”, so today we’ll speak about English-speaking countries. I hope that you’ve learnt a lot of interesting facts about the history, literature, political and cultural live, wildlife, famous people of these countries. I’m sure you’ll certainly get some more useful information today as well.

  1. Представление команд и членов жюри, ознакомление с правилами игры.

You should break up into three teams. Choose the captain. Think of the name of your team.

Let’s greet the members of the first team “…” Applause, please.

And of course, the jury will be all eyes and ears following the game and helping to score the points. Your task is to get as many points as possible. The team with the highest score will be the winner.

The rules of the game are quite simple. You are to respect your group-mates and not to shout. And now it’s time to begin the game itself.

  1. Содержание игры (раунды):


  1. Warming up”. Say Tongue Twisters.

The first round is called “Warming up”. You should say Tongue Twisters: each member of the team say 1 tongue twister. If you pronounce it in the right way and quickly, the jury scores one point. To begin with, let’s decide which team will be the first to start the round. Captains, will you come up and roll the dice? The captain with the highest number will get the right to begin the game.

Tongue Twisters

  1. Peter Piper picked a peck (куча) of pickled peppers.

A peck of pickled peppers Peter Piper picked.


  1. Fat Pat had a fat cat.

Pat’s fat cat is in Pat’s black hat.


  1. Cob is Dob’s dog, Tob is Mob’s dog.


  1. Sid sees, Sid sees, Sid sees

Six trees, six trees, six trees.


  1. Robert Rowley rolled a round roll round.

  2. A tutor who tooted(трубить) the flute

Tried to tutor two tooters to toot.


  1. I’ll have a proper cup of coffee

In a proper coffee-pot.


  1. She sells sea-shells on the seashore of the Seychelles.


  1. If you, Sandy, have two candies,

Give one candy to Andy, Sandy.


  1. If you, Andy, have two candies,

Give one candy to Sandy, Andy.


Our respected jury, will you tell us the results of the first round?... Cheer up! It’s only the beginning of the game.


  1. Questions.

Each team should answer 7 questions. The numbers of questions are written on the board. You may choose the number of the question. We start with the team ‘…’. If the team doesn’t know the answer the other team can give the answer and score a point.


  1. What is the official name of the British flag? (The Union Flag or the Union Jack)

  2. What is the American flag called? (the Stars and Stripes)

  3. What is the first of Shakespeare’s tragedies? (“Romeo and Juliet”)

  4. What is the capital of Australia? (Canberra)

  5. What is the real name of Mark Twain? (Samuel Langhorne Clemens)

  6. What is the financial part of London? (The City of London)

  7. What is the floral symbol of Canada? (the maple leaf)

  8. What country has the nickname the Lady of the Snows? (Canada)

  9. What is the London home of the Queen? (Buckingham Palace)

  10. What is the name – the patronymic and the surname – of the present English Queen? (Elisabeth George Windsor)

  11. Which river is associated with the name of W. Shakespeare? (Avon, Stratford-on-Avon)

  12. What is the largest state of the USA? (Alaska)

  13. What American writer wrote about Alaska and its people? (Jack London)

  14. Which American state is Disney World in? (Florida)

  15. What is the oldest American university? (Harvard College)

  16. What do the Americans celebrate on the 4th of July? (Independence Day)

  17. What houses does the British Parliament consist of? (The House of Lords and The House of Commons)

  18. What is the longest river in England? (The Severn – 388km)

  19. How often does Big Ben strike? (every quarter of an hour)

  20. When do the Englishmen celebrate Guy Fawkes’ Night? (5th November)

  21. What separates Great Britain from the continent? (The English Channel)



  1. The 3d round is called “Countries”.

You should guess the names of countries. They are siphered (codified). Each team will get 1 point for each word. The team that will be the first, will get 3 additional points, the second – 1point.


  1. najpa (Japan)

  2. eergec (Greece)

  3. nfearc (France)

  4. gmenyra (Germany)

  5. emraiac (America)

  6. irauss (Russia)

  7. onladh (Holand)

  8. arictoa (Croatia)

  9. gubimle (Belgium)

  10. utasair (Austria)


Can we listen to the jury now? Will you declare the results of the last three rounds?


  1. Captains’ Competition. “Do you know English and Russian proverbs and sayings?

A good captain is the flag of the team. I’ll tell you the English proverbs. The captain raises his/her hand if he/she knows the Russian equivalent of an English proverb. The captain who puts up his hand first, gets the right to answer. Our jury, please, tell us who will put up the hand first. Mind, no point for the team, if I hear somebody shouting.


  1. Better late than never. (Лучше поздно, чем никогда)

  2. You know a man by his friend. (Скажи мне, кто твой друг, и я скажу, кто ты.)

  3. It is never too late to learn. (Век живи, век учись)

  4. He laughs best who laughs last. (Смеется тот, кто смеется последним)

  5. East or West home is best. (В гостях хорошо, а дома лучше)

  6. A friend in need is a friend indeed. (Друг познается в беде)

  7. All is well that ends well. (Все хорошо, что хорошо кончается)

  8. Never put off till tomorrow what you can do today. (Никогда не откладывай на завтра то, что можешь сделать сегодня)

  9. Well begun is half done. (Лиха беда – начало)

  10. Every family has a black sheep. (В семье не без урода)

  11. A man can die but once. (Двум смертям не бывать, а одной не миновать)

  12. Make hay while the sun shines. (Куй железо, пока горячо)

  13. When in Rome, do as the Romans do. (В чужой монастырь со своим уставом не ходят)

  14. To be born with a silver spoon in one’s mouth. (Родиться в рубашке)

  15. Like father, like son. (Яблоко от яблони недалеко падает)


  1. Let’s pass over to the next round which is called “A Dark Horse” («Темная лошадка»).

This time you should read short stories and guess what it is or who this person is.


  1. This is the oldest public building in America. It consists of 132 rooms. It has the most famous address in the United States – 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue. (It is the home of every President, except the first President). (The White House)



  1. When the mistress of this building is at home, the royal Flag is flying. Every day at 11.30 a.m. they are changing the Guard. (The London home of the Queen). (Buckingham Palace)

  2. Here there are the tombs of many British kings and queens, other famous people. It is London royal church. (Westminster Abbey)

  3. On the column in the centre of London there is a statue of the great English seaman who defeated the French in 1805. This column with the statue of … is located in …Square. (Admiral Nelson, Trafalgar Square).



  1. He was an English novelist, a short-story writer and a poet. He wrote a book of short stories about India. He is best known for his works for children, especially “The Jungle Book”. He was awarded the Nobel Prize for literature in 1907. (Rudyard Kipling)

  2. He lived in the USA, was a film director and actor, master of comedy, was born in 1820. He liked to wear a black hat. (Ch. Chaplin)

Well, jury, it’s time to declare the winners of today’s game. Congratulations to all the members of … team. You were the best. And the other teams were also great. I’m sure next time you’ll be luckier!

Thanks a lot to everyone for taking an active part in our lesson. You really demonstrated your perfect knowledge of the topic “English- speaking countries”. I hope you’ve had a nice time together ant learnt something new. Thanks to all of you!





























Приложения

The results of the game “English-speaking countries”



Team 1 “

Team 2

Team 3

1 round (1point for each right answer)




2 round (1point for each right answer)




3 round (1point for each right answer + additional )




4 round (1point for each right answer)




5 round (1point for each right answer)




Total









The 3d round is called “Countries”.

You should guess the names of countries. They are siphered (codified). Each team will get 1 point for each word. The team that will be the first, will get 3 additional points, the second – 1point.


  1. najpa (Japan)

  2. eergec (Greece)

  3. nfearc (France)

  4. gmenyra (Germany)

  5. emraiac (America)

  6. irauss (Russia)

  7. onladh (Holand)

  8. arictoa (Croatia)

  9. gubimle (Belgium)

  10. utasair (Austria)













Tongue Twisters



  1. Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled peppers.

A peck of pickled peppers Peter Piper picked.


  1. Fat Pat had a fat cat.

Pat’s fat cat is in Pat’s black hat.


  1. Cob is Dob’s dog, Tob is Mob’s dog.


  1. Sid sees, Sid sees, Sid sees

Six trees, six trees, six trees.


  1. Robert Rowley rolled a round roll round.


  1. A tutor who tooted the flute

Tried to tutor two tooters to toot.


  1. I’ll have a proper cup of coffee

In a proper coffee-pot.


  1. She sells sea-shells on the seashore of the Seychelles.


  1. If you, Sandy, have two candies,

Give one candy to Andy, Sandy.


  1. If you, Andy, have two candies,

Give one candy to Sandy, Andy.


















Countries:



  1. najpa -

  2. eergec -

  3. nfearc -

  4. gmenyra -

  5. emraiac -

  6. irauss -

  7. onladh -

  8. arictoa -

9. gubimle -

10. utasair -

























A Dark Horse”


  1. This is the oldest public building in America. It consists of 132 rooms. It has the most famous address in the United States – 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue. -


  1. When the mistress of this building is at home, the royal Flag is flying. Every day at 11.30 a.m. they are changing the Guard. -



  1. Here there are the tombs of many British kings and queens, other famous people. It is London royal church. -



  1. On the column in the centre of London there is a statue of the great English seaman who defeated the French in 1805. This column with the statue of … is located in … Square.



  1. He was an English novelist, a short-story writer and a poet. He wrote a book of short stories about India. He is best known for his works for children, especially “The Jungle Book”. He was awarded the Nobel Prize for literature in 1907.



6. He lived in the USA, was a film director and actor, master of comedy, was born in 1820. He liked to wear a black hat.




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