Конспект урока "Знаменитые ВУЗы Великобритании" 11 класс
Конспект урока «Знаменитые ВУЗы Великобритании»
Аудитория: учащихся 11 классов и студентов 1-2 курса
Автор: преподаватель иностранного языка
филиала ГОУ ВО МО «Государственный социально-гуманитарный университет»
в г. Зарайске – Зарайский педагогический колледж
Коновалова Анна Александровна
Цель: познакомить учащихся с историей создания двух старейших
- закрепить лексический материал предыдущих уроков;
- отработать навыки самостоятельной работы с текстом;
- развивать навыки групповой работы.
Необходимое обеспечение: карточки с заданиями, распечатанные тексты,
доска с магнитами.
Good day, students. Today we continue to talk about education in the UK. Last
week we talked about school education.
Let’s remember some useful phrases of that lesson. Look at the working sheets.
We do Task 1
Make up phrases and translate them into Russian.
Key: 1C, 2 G, 3 A, 4 B (F), 5 B (F), 6 E
Read the definitions below and fill in the blank with one of the following
a)primary school d) Polytechnic
b)public school e) comprehensive school
c) secondary school f) university
1. This is an institution of higher education which specializes in preparing students
for particular jobs in science, industry, etc. _____________
2. This is a school which is not supported by government money and where parents
have to pay for their children's education. ________________
3. This is the school a child attends from the age of 5 to
the age of 11. ______________
4. This is a school which is run by the government and where education is free. It
is the most common type of state secondary school where pupils of all abilities
and backgrounds are taught together. ______________
5. This is an institution where students study for degrees. Academic research is
done there, too. __________________
6. This is the school a child attends after the age of 11 and
until he or she is 16 or 18. __________________
Key: 1 d; 2 b; 3 a; 4 e; 5 f; 6 c.
Today you’ll learn about institutions of higher education in the UK. Open your
copybooks and write down the date and the theme «Institutions of higher education
in the UK»
Look at the blackboard, please. We have the names of English-speaking countries
and the universities of these countries. Work in pairs and group the universities
according to the country they are from.
Cardiff University University of Massachussetts University of Canberra
Harvard University University of Sydney University of Oxford
Chicago State University University of Cambridge
The United Kingdom
The United States
The United Kingdom
The United States
University of Canberra
University of Oxford
University of Sydney
University of Cambridge
Chicago State University
(Ask two students (captains) to come out and choose an emblem of university. Sort
the students in the same way. Organize the place)
You work in groups. Work with the texts. Fill in the tables and share your
information with the other group.
The time of
The name of
Oxford University was created in the first years of the thirteenth century when students
expelled from the Sorbonne in Paris came to Oxford city monasteries to study. Like
Cambridge, Oxford University is a group of
independent colleges. There are now 34. The church used to dominate Oxford, and
until the nineteenth century all dons (university teachers) had to remain unmarried.
Merton College and New College. For centuries the title of Oxford’s oldest college has
been claimed by Merton. It received its first students in 1270. The college remained by
far the largest and grandest in Oxford until New College was founded in 1379. To
ensure that the students had a thorough early education New College was linked to a
grammar school, now Winchester College, from which it took all its students. To this
day New College is internationally known for its choir.
Christ Church is Oxford’s grandest college. Its chapel is Oxford Cathedral. The choir
is world famous. King Henry V III created Christ Church, uniting the college with the
cathedral in a single foundation (1546). The gateway in the form of a domed tower
was built by Sir Christopher Wren. Lewis Carroll (CharlesDodgson) taught
mathematics at Christ Church. The story which he told Dean Liddel’s daughter Alice
and her two sisters became Alice in Wonderland. 18 Prime Ministers were graduates from
Cambridge University consists of a group of 32 independent colleges. The first
students came to the city in 1209 and studied in the schools of the cathedral and
monasteries. The first college, Peterhouse, opened in 1281. At that time colleges
were places for the students to live and they went to study at a single school in the
city. Over the years, the colleges became independent and provided their own places
to study. Today Cambridge is famous for the quality of its scientific research.
King’s College was founded by Henry VII in 1441. Scholars from the school he
founded at Eton a year before had their university education in his college at
Cambridge. Currently, members of the college come from every kind of school and
widely varying backgrounds.
King’s College Chapel is simply the grandest and most beautiful building in
Cambridge. Stone, wood and glass combine with music to provide an unforgettable
experience under Rubens’ Adoration of the Magi.
Emmanuel. The many men who emigrated to the New World included 35
educated at Emmanuel — more than from any other Cambridge college. Among them
was John Harvard. He emigrated in 1637 and at his death (1638) left half his estate
and his library to a college to be established at New Town (later named Cambridge
in memory of the University that had educated so many of the early immigrants) —
future Harvard University. A memorial plaque to John Harvard, presented by
members of Harvard University, can be seen in Emmanuel chapel.
Trinity College, a combination of intellectual distinction, architectural
splendour and immense wealth, gives Trinity preeminence amongst the colleges
of Cambridge. In 1546 Henry VIII united two colleges to create a