План-конспект урока "Discovering Places of Interest in Wales" 10 класс


План-конспект урока по английскому языку на тему «Discovering Places
of Interest in Wales»
Тип урока: урок-ознакомление с новым материалом.
Цели урока:
Обучающие:
1. Познакомить учащихся с лексикой по теме и организовать ее первичную
тренировку.
2. Способствовать развитию навыка чтения с извлечением детальной
информации.
3. Совершенствовать умения монологической речи в пределах изучаемой
темы.
Развивающие:
1. Способствовать развитию логического мышления, памяти, умения
анализа и сравнения.
2. Развивать языковую догадку.
Воспитательные:
1. Повышать мотивацию к изучению иностранных языков.
2. Воспитывать культуру общения на английском языке.
3. Прививать любовь и уважение к культурному наследию, традициям и
народу страны изучаемого языка.
Задачи урока:
обогащение и усложнение словарного запаса;
обучение поисковому чтению;
закрепление лексики по теме «Путешествие в страну изучаемого языка».
Оборудование: компьютер, экран, медиапроектор, презентация к уроку.
Ход урока
I. Организационный момент (2 минуты).
Good morning, children. How are you? I’m happy to see you today. What is
the date today? Who is absent?
II. Объяснение темы и задач урока (2-3 минуты).
Now we are going to have a very interesting lesson. We will learn something
new about one of the parts of the United Kingdom. I’ll give you a clue, and you
should guess which part of the UK is it. Look at the map here (слайд 1).
This country is bordered by England to the east, the Irish Sea to the north and
west, and Bristol Channel to the south.
Okay, children, tell me, what country is it?
Well, that’s right, it’s Wales. During our lesson we’ll learn some information
about places of interest in Wales (слайд 2).
III. Речевая зарядка (2-3 минуты).
What do you know already about Wales?
Have you ever been there?
Do you know some famous Welsh people or sights?
IV. Подготовка к работе с текстом. Изучение нового лексического
материала (7-10 минут).
Okay, thank you for your answers. Now we are going to read the text about
the sights of Wales. But first let’s learn some new words for easier reading. Look at
the slide (слайд 3), read words and their meanings one by one, please.
sight (n) - anything that is seen;
significance (n) - the quality of being significant;
parkland (n) - a large area of land preserved in its natural state as public
property
Roman (adj) - relating to people of Rome
fort (n) - a fortified defensive structure
invader (n) - someone who enters by force in order to conquer
remains (n) - any object that is left unused or still extant;
marquess (n) - nobleman (in various countries) ranking above a count
interior (n) - the inner or enclosed surface of something
mural (n) - a painting that is applied to a wall surface
carving (n) - a sculpture created by removing material (as wood or ivory or
stone) in order to create a desired shape
belong (v) - be owned by; be in the possession of
delightful (adj) - greatly pleasing or entertaining
medieval (adj) - relating to or belonging to the Middle Ages
surviving (adj) - still in existence
residence (n) - the official house or establishment of an important person
rescue (v) - free from harm or evil
restore (v) - return to its original or usable and functioning condition;
Okay, thank you. Which words seem familiar to you? And which are
unknown? Good. Write them in your copybook.
V. Работа с текстом (15 минут).
Now, let’s read the text.
The sights of Cardiff and South Wales
Cardiff Castle is one of Wales’ leading attractions and a site of international
significance. Located within beautiful parklands at the heart of the capital, Cardiff
Castle’s walls and fairytale towers conceal 2,000 years of history.
First, in 3rd century it was the Roman Fort. Then Norman invaders builted the
original castle in the late 11th century on top of that Roman fort. But remains of the
Roman wall can be seen today. The Castle passed through the hands of many noble
families until in 1766, it passed to the Bute family. From 1866 the 3rd Marquess
employed the genius architect William Burges to transform the Castle lodgings. He
created gothic towers, luxurious interiors, rich with murals, stained glass, marble,
and wood carvings. Each room has its own special theme, including Mediterranean
gardens and Italian and Arabian decoration. Nowadays Cardiff Castle belongs to the
City of Cardiff.
The Animal Wall, alongside Cardiff Castle, is one of the most delightful and
photographed historic features in Cardiff. It was designed by architect William
Burges for the 3rd Marquess of Bute and is much-loved by the people of the city.
Caerphilly Castle is a medieval fortification in Caerphilly in South Wales.
Covering 30 acres (12.2ha), it is one of the greatest surviving castles in the medieval
Western world. It was a highpoint in medieval defensive architecture with its
massive gatehouses and water features. Caerphilly, being uncomfortable for a family
residence, eventually decayed, and stone was taken to build a nearby country house.
The Victorian Bute family coal money rescued and restored the castle.
National Museum Cardiff is situated in the heart of Cardiff. Today the
National Museum Cardiff houses Wales’s national art, natural history, archaeology
and geology collections, as well as major touring and temporary exhibitions. There’s
plenty to please your eye from Impressionist paintings to gigantic dinosaurs.There
you can see one of Europe’s best collections of Impressionist works, the world's
largest Leatherback Turtle and the huge skeleton of a Humpback Whale.
Sultan the Pit Pony is a massive 200 metre raised-earth sculpture in
Caerphilly, in South Wales. The sculpture is affectionately named Sultan” after a
well-loved pit pony that worked in the local mines. The sculpture itself is built out
of coal shale from those mines, as a reminder of an industrial past that changed
Britain, and the world, forever.
So, let’s discuss the text. Answer my questions (слайд 4):
1. What sights have you learnt about?
2. What can you tell about the history of Cardiff Castle?
3. What is the Caerphilly Castle? Who did rescued it?
4. Where is National Museum Cardiff situated? What can you find there?
5. What is Sultan the Pit Pony is? Why is the sculpture named like this?
VI. Закрепление полученной информации (1-2 минуты).
Now I’ll show you some pictures, and you’ll try to guess what sights are on
them.
Caerfilly Castle (слайд 5);
Sultan the Pit Pony (слайд 6);
National Cardiff Museum (слайд 7);
The Animal Wall (слайд 8);
Cardiff Castle (слайд 9);
Okay, thank you for your answers.
VII. Рефлексия (3 минуты).
Okay, children, tell me now, what have you learnt today? What new words
have you memorized?
VIII. Домашнее задание (3 минуты).
From this lesson you have already learnt about the sights of Cardiff, the capital
of Wales, and of South Wales, but what is about the rest of country? There are many
interesting places in North Wales, East and West Wales. For the next lesson you
should prepare your own little advertisements of places of interest of Wales. Tell us
about their location, significance, things to do there. After your presentations we will
discuss them.
Now, thank you for your good job. See you soon. Goodbye.