МАОУ «Кадетская школа» №82
Открытый урок по английскому языку
в 6 классе по теме
“Экскурсия по достопримечательностям Лондона”
$учитель английского языка
Хисамеева Ирина Магсумовна
$Тема “Экскурсия по достопримечательностям Лондона”
Цели и задачи урока:
— совершенствовать коммуникативные умения учащихся в говорении, аудировании
— научить учащихся использовать различные источники информации при подготовке проектов
— расширить знания учащихся по страноведческому материалу
— развивать творчески$е способности учащихся
— развивать коммуникативные игровые способности учащихся
— развивать языковую догадку
— воспитывать инициативность, активность
$— воспитывать культуру общения, нравственные отношения к своей стране
— воспитывать патриотические чувства
Оснащение: карта мира, картинки с изображением государственного флага, презентация слайдов с достопримечательностями Лондона, эмблемы Великобритании, видеосюжеты, картинки с изображением достопримечательностей Лондона, атлас.
$ Ход урока
Good morning children! Glad to see you!
Good morning dear teacher! Glad to see you!
Take your seats. Who is on duty today?
The theme of our lesson is “London Sights”. We’ll do different tasks. We are going to talk about the famous London sightseeing. We’ll do different tasks: you’ll give directions to each other how to find the way to different sights of$ London or in other city, you’ll listen to the text, act out your dialogues, you’ll present your reports. We are to revise everything what you have learned at the previous lessons.
$At first I want to know, who is on duty today?
Рапорт дежурного: I am on duty today. Today is the ……. of ……. It is …………. today. ………. Is absent.
Now let’s talk about the weather. What is the weather like today? Is the weather fine today? Is the weather fine today? Is it cold today? Is it raining now? What season is it now?
Now let’s move on to the main part of our lesson. I’ll say the words in E$nglish, you’ll translate them from. Now from Russian to English.
I’ll divide you into two groups. Let’s train your memory. Look here. There are words on the desks. The first group will show the word, the other group will translate.
On the right side place
On the left side famous
To go past square
Opposite Big Ben
Turn left Brompton Road
$Can you tell me where the bank is?
You have to find the Russian equivalent or the English equivalent.
I think you are ready to answer each other questions; you can use these words and expressions in your answers. Let’s work in pairs, please a$sk to each other questions and answer. I’ll begin.
How do you get to the park from your house?
I go up the street, turn right and go past the supermarket. The park is opposite to the shop.
The next task. I’ll give you cards with the names of the buildings and you have to make up short dialogues. You can use the map of the town. Star$t here.
Eg.: How do I get to the museum?
Excuse me, can you tell me the way to the museum?
Go up Hide Street, go past the hospital and turn to the right. The museum is next to the bank.
The next task is connected with the recovering of the text. Let’s train your memory. I’ll give you the cards with the sentences. They ar$e the parts from the text. You are to learn the sentence by heart, I’ll read the text two times and you’ll say your sentence according to the text.
Eg.: I live in Paris. I don’t like the underground. I get to school by bicycle in summer and by bus in$ winter. My best friend is my neighbor. I often walk to her house. My granny doesn’t live in Paris. We get to her house by car or by train. I love big shops in the centre of Paris. I always get to them by underground.
Let’s have a rest.
Hands up, hands down One, two, three
Bend left, bend right Hop, hop, hop
Hands to the sides (on your hips) One, two, three
Turn left, turn right Stop, stand still
Now$, before we speak about London’s sights, I want to ask you several questions.
What is the capital of Tatarstan?
Who has been to Kazan?
Is Kazan an old city?
Is Kazan a beautiful city?
What famous sights do you know?
$I’ll show you the cards with the sights of Kazan. Who can name them: Opera House, Kremlin, The mosque Koll-Sharif, Kazan State University, Tatar Drama Theatre. If you’ll go to Kazan, you should visit these sights.
Let’s go on. As you know our lesson is devoted to London Sights. London is the capital of Great Britain. It is one of the oldest and beautiful cities in the world. It is the political and cultural centre. London attracts a lot of tourists all over the world. There are many famous sights in London. Let’s revise them. I’ll show you the pictures and you’ll name them: Buckingham Palace, Big Ben, Westminster Abbey, St. Paul’s Cathedral, H$ouses of Parliament and etc.
Look here. This is the map of London, isn’t it?
Where is Big Ben?
Big B$en is on Downing Street.
Look at the map and find the places which end Road, Square, Park, Street.
Eg.: Hyde Park, Oxford Street
It’s time for listening to your dialogues. It was your homework. Please act your dialogues out. Imagine that you have just arrived to London. One of you will be an English student, the other pupil will be the Russian student.
Eg.: You don’t know how to get to Westminster abbey. Use this map. Work in $pairs. Start from Charring Cross.
P1: Excuse me, can you tell me the way to the Westminster Abbey?
I think you are ready for listening. I’ll give you the cards. Listen to the dialogue very attentively and then you’ll answer the questions. You have to choose the right variant. Give the full answers.
R: Tunbridge Wells is about 50 miles from here. How do we get there?
A: Fifty miles isn’t very far, but we can’t walk to Tunbridge Wells. We need a car.
M: We don’t have a car, but we can go by train.
A: We must find a station.
M: That’s g$ood idea!
Now, I want to listen to your reports about the famous sights of London. Who will begin? Alice, will start, you go first, come out and face to the class, take$ the picture and begin.
St. Paul’s Cathedral is one of the greatest English churches. The famous English architect Sir Christopher Whern built it in the 17th century after the Great Fire. It is a beautiful building with many columns and towers. In one of its towers there is one of the biggest bells in the world.
Westminster Abbey is one of the most famous and beautiful churches in London. It is very old too. There are so many monuments and statues there. Many English kings and queens are buried there. Westminster Abbey is famous for its Poet’s Corner too.
Tate Gallery has the main national collection of pictures by foreign artists and a good collection by British artists. The British Museum is the biggest museum in London. There are ma$ny ancient manuscripts, coins, sculptures. It is famous for its library.
The centre of London is Trafalgar Square. Some people say it is the most beautiful place in London. At the top of the column there is a statue of Admiral Nelson, who had to fight the Fren$ch in the Battle of Trafalgar in 1805.
Whitehall Street is the seat of different ministries and Downing Street, 10 is the residence of Prime Minister.
Big Ben is a large clock. It is one of the towers. Big Ben is the name of the clock. We can hear the sound of Big Ben every hour in London.
Madame Tussaud’s is a famous museum of wax figures. They have wax figures of all the famous people in the world.
$Buckingham Palace is the London home of the Queen. It is not open for the public. It is a wonderful building with a monument in front of it, which is the Queen Victoria Memorial.
The Tower is a very interesting place to see. First it was the seat of English kings. Then it was turned into a fortress, later it was a prison, now it is a museum.
Oxford Street is one of the biggest shopping streets in London. We can buy a lot of presents there.
Hyde Park is one of the most popular places of Londoners on hot summer days. It is also famous for its Speaker’s Corner.
It’s time for listening. Listen to the text two times and fill in the gaps. We have raised everything
Eg.: A: Excuse me, can you tell us where is the station?
B: Sure. It’s not very far. Go up Brompton Road and go past Knights bridge underground station. Then go up Knights bridge and turn right at Eccleston Street. Go down Eccleston Street and turn right. The train station is on the right.
$A: Thank you very much.
B: That’s OK.
Our time is up. I am pleased with your work. You are super. Listen$ to your marks. Stand up! The lesson is over. Good bye!
Agent Cute, what can you say about our pupils? Do you like them?
Yes, sure. Now I know that Russian pupils know English very well. They can easily find the way to the sights of London. I want to invite to England on your summer vacation.
Thanks a lot Agent Cute for your invitation. That’s good idea. $
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