Miss Bell: Very good, thank you. And now Jane will tell us about lakes of Canada.
Jane: Canada is a country of lakes. Besides the Great Lakes – Lakes Superior, Huron,
Erie, Ontario – there are many other very large lakes, for example, Great Bear Lake,
Great Slave Lake and lake Winnipeg.
Ученица показывает озёра Канады.
Miss Bell: All right. And who wants to tell us about rivers of Canada?
Mike: I`d like to tell you about rivers of Canada. Canada also has many rivers: the
Mackenzie, the Yukon, the St. Lawrence River and others. The Mackenzie flows into
the Arctic Ocean, the Yukon flows into the Atlantic Ocean, the St. Lawrence River
flows into the Pacific Ocean.
Ученик показывает на карте реки Канады.
Miss Bell: Good for you! Thank you, children! Our lesson is over.
T: Thank you very much, Miss Bell, pupils. Your lesson was interesting and cognitive.
And why do we speak about Canada?
P2: Because Canada is English-speaking country.
T: You are right. Now you may write the third word in our crossword.
Ученик вписывает третье слово ‘Canada’ в кроссворд. Слайд 7.
8. Проверка домашнего задания. Развитие навыков селективного чтения.
На стене висит фото Дома Оперы в Сиднее. На партах у учащихся лежат карточки
с текстом “Sydney Opera House”, который они должны были прочитать дома. Слайд 8.
T: The next word in the crossword is connected with the text you`ve read at home. What is
the text about?
P1: The text is about the Opera House in Sydney.
T: All right. Look at this photo of the Opera House, please. The building is very beautiful
and unusual, isn`t it? Would you like to visit it?
P2: I would because it is very interesting and I want to look it inside.
P3: I like exotic buildings and the Opera House is quite unusual so why I`m interested in it.
T: OK. So read out sentences from the text to prove my statements. Many people can easily
recognize Sydney Opera House.
P4: “Sydney Opera House was opened in 1973. Since then it has appeared on T-shirts,
postcards, in books, on travel programmes and in millions of photo albums.”
T: There were some problems during building of the Opera House.
P6: “Work first started on the Opera House in 1957. The Australian government gave Utzon
$7 million and just four years to finish it. Unfortunately, there were lots of delays as well
as money problems, so the Opera House wasn`t actually finished until 1973.”
T: You can see many different performances and artists there.
P7: “There are five main concert halls used for a wide variety of performances including
classical, opera, pop and jazz. Artists as different as Pavarotti and the pop group INXS
have performed there, and the largest hall can seat 2.679 people.”
T: Excellent! And now answer some my questions. What is unusual about Sydney Opera
P8: It has got an unusual roof which looked like palm tree fronds.
T: How long did it take to build the Opera House?
P9: It took 16 years old (from 1957 till 1973) to build Sydney Opera House.
T: Why do you need to book tickets in advance?
P10: Because the best seats are hard to get and they are very expensive!
T: You are right. And I hope if you ever visit Sydney you will trip to the Opera House.
But where is Sydney situated?
P11: Sydney is situated in Australia.
T: Of course. I think you can easily enter the next country in our crossword.