Конспект урока "Достопримечательности Лондона" 7 класс


Урок английского языка в 7 классе
Тема:
«Достопримечательности Лондона»
Учитель: Говорок Галина Васильевна
МОУ гимназия № 8 г. Тихорецк
2
УРОК
"Достопримечательности Лондона".
Задачи:
расширить кругозор учащихся;
вызвать у учащихся интерес к изучению традиций и обычаев Англии;
совершенствовать умения и навыки практического владения английским
языком по данной теме по всем видам речевой деятельности
(аудированию, говорению, чтению и письму);
обобщить, углубить и расширить знания по теме.
Пособия видеофильм, карта Англии, виды Лондона, альбом с
фотографиями.
ХОД УРОКА
1. Организационный момент.
Today we have unusual lesson. We will have a video-exercusion. You know
that pupils from our school and teachers have been in England and three pupils
from your class were in London. It was at the end of March. But the teachers were
in February.
And now I want we to compare the weather conditions in London in March
and in February. Because the weather theme is a traditional kind of conversation
when Englishmen meet each other. Let's remember the weather in London when
we were there.
P
1
- When we were in England the weather was cold and the wind was strong.
The sky was blue. But the last days the weather was very warm. There were many
daffodils everywhere.
T- But what was the weather like in February.
P
2
-The pupils who have been in London say that the weather in February is
rather changeable and it is raining, but it seems to me it was warm. Because people
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didn't put on warm clothеs.
T- What can you say about the distinguishes of February and March
weather? And what did you wear when you were in March and does the
February weather look like March weather?
Р
3
- It seems to me not greatly because average years temperature in England
is 16 or 18 degrees .There are many flowers and much green grass all year. In
England there are only two spring months-March and April.
T- OK: I agree with you. And now let's watch video film about
sightseeing of London. This film was taken of one of our pupils Dima.
(Включение видеофильма) Now we are in the heart of London, near the
bank of the river Thames opposite the Westminster Palace.
P
4
-Look, this is Statsenko N, the pupil from 7 from. (Стоп кадр)
T-Yes, You are right, children. What is her impression about London?
P
5
-Oh, she said that it was fantastic, great, no words, but may be she wished to
be there again.
Р
6
-Oh. It's Westminster. The Houses of Parliament or Westminster.
T-What do you know about the Palace of Westminster?
Р
6
-The Palace Of Westminster is the place where members of Parliament gather
together to make laws. There are two Houses in Parliament: the House of Commons
and the House of Lords. If Parliament is discussing & flag can be seen over the building.
Sessions last 160 days.
T-Look, children. You see a flag of Great Britain. How do- they call them?
P
7
-They call it Union Jack, (идет видеофильм)
T-Of course you know this is Big Ben.
P
7
-The large clock in one of the towers is Big Ben. Big Ben is the name of the
clock and the bell of the clock tower of the Houses of Parliament. You can hear the
sound of Big Ben every hour in London. The clock and the bell got their names after
sir Benjamin Hall. He was a tall man, whose nickname was Big Ben. So people know the
clock as Big Ben. It is interesting that the clock "Big Ben" came into service in 1859. Big
Ben is the biggest clock bell in Britain. It weighs 13,5 tons.
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P
8
-Oh, again it is raining.
P
9
-But look at their faces. They are happy in spite of rain.
P
8
-English people say we have no climate in England only weather.
Т - Oh, it's Westminster Abbey.
P
1
-Spiritual power is focused in Westminster's historical Abbey and Cathedral.
For 900 years nearly every king or queen of England has been crowned in Westminster
Abbey.
Westminster Abbey was founded in 1050. Many great Englishmen were buried in
the Abbey: Newton, Darwin and others. There are many memorials to famous
people of Britain: Shakespear, Bayron and so on. We hear a nice music. It is organ.
And we see the places for Parliaments leaders with small lamps.
P
8
-Oh. To my mind it's Whitehall. If we go down Whitehall from Trafalgar
Square on the right you will see a small street where the British Prime Minister
lives. He lives at number 10 Dowing Street. Whitehall is a wide street leading to
Parliament Square.
Т - our school group has arrived to Trafalgar Square. Who wants to tell about
Trafalgar Square?
P
9
- The centre of London is Trafalgar Square. Some people say it is the most
beautiful place in London. In the middle of the square stands a tall column. It is a
monument to Admiral Nelson, who defeated the French at the battle of Trafalgar in 1805.
Four bronze lions look at the square from the monument. Тhere are two beautiful
fountains in the square.
P
10
- There are many pigeons in the square. People like to feed them.
P
11
- Do you remember when we were in London the pigeons sat on the Irene
Leonovnas head and shoulders?
P
10
- Look, our group again. They are so happy of course to be in London and
Trafalgar Square is fantastic.
P
10
- Oh! Behind the Trafalgar Square we can see the National Gallery.
Т - And now it is the British Museum.
P
5
- The British Museum was designed by sir Robert Smirke. There are 44 classical
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columns here. The British Museum in Bloomsbury houses the largest and the richest
collection of the works of man from prehistoric times to the present day. It was founded in
1753. There are a lot of manuscripts, papers, books, pictures, different beautiful vases,
including the Royal collections.
Т - Look children. This is mummy skeleton. When we were 3 years ago, it wasn't
there. But this mummy was found recently. It was in sand 2000 years ago.
P
4
- (на экране Rock Circus).
How wonderful Rock Circus is. It is wax figures museum. Here we can see many
famous pop singers of different periods of world's music history. It is very interesting to
walk along the museum listening beautiful songs and melodies and of course interesting
stories about singers and different groups. (стоп кадр)
Т - What do you know about Madame Tussaud's museum? It is the first wax
figures museum in the world, isn't it?
P
3
- Madame Tussaud's is the home of famous collection - wax figures. Marie
Tussaud first began modeling death masks. She opened her first exhibition in London in
1835 and the collection moved to its present site 1884. There you can see even Russian
Political figures-Lenin, Stalin, Eltsin, Gorbachev and others. Our pupils had photos with
them.
(кадры вечернего Лондона)
P
8
- How wonderful evening London is. There are many lights and advertisements.
Especially Piccadilly Circus is nice.
(звучит Happy Birthday , учащиеся подхватывают).
Т - Certainly you understand that it is birthday. It doesn't need in any
translation. We will speak about birthday. Look at some pictures and try to
understand.
P
7
- Where is Dima? Irene Leonovna said that Dima was lucky at his birthday.
P
5
- Why is there only one candle? We know that he had his 13
th
birthday.
P
1
- English people don't like number 13 and that's why they put only one candle. The
are superstitious. In Great Britain you won't find the flat, the house with number 13.
P
10
- Whose monument is this?
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P
5
- I don't know.
P
11
- It is the Queen Victoria Memorial. She was very clever woman and Englishmen
like her and now they remember her. She lived at the end of 19
th
century. And opposite the
memorial there is Buckingham Palace built in 1703 and reconstructed in 1913. It is a
wonderful building and a residence of the Queen Elizabeth II. When the flag is flying on the
top of Buckingham Palace the queen is at home. Oh' look, but now she is absent.
P
8
- May be she is in Westminster Palace?
P
10
- May be and now we see Changing the Guard. It takes place on Tuesdays and
Thursdays at 11 o'clock every week in any weather.
Т - Do you know the history of the wool hats? Look at their heads. The temperature is
not below 0. But the Guards are wearing warm wool bats. Do you know why?
P
6
- I don't know exactly but it seems to me it was a present of a Russian tsar Ivan the
Terrible and from that time it became a tradition of English Queen Guard.
P
7
- It is the beginning of ceremony of Changing Guard.
P
2
- The brass band.
P
10
- The horse guard usually finishes the ceremony. It is the finishing of guard.
P
1
- Oh, I have recognized. It is a railway station. It's Bromley. It is a modern airport
which was built recently. Good buy Britain. Good afternoon Russia.
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