Конспект урока "Нью Йорк, Нью Йорк!"


Агапова Наталья Анатольевна, МБОУ «СОШ №6», г. Новомосковск
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Нью Йорк, Нью Йорк!
Цель урока: обобщить и систематизировать материал о Нью-Йорке, формировать уважение к
культуре и народу страны изучаемого языка.
Тип урока: урок обобщения и систематизации знаний.
Вид занятия: комбинированный урок, по форме урок-экскурсия.
Задачи урока:
Образовательные:
ознакомление учащихся с новым страноведческим материалом по теме;
практика речевой деятельности: аудирование и монологическая речь;
активизация лексики по теме, расширение словарного запаса;
углубление страноведческих знаний;
совершенствование произносительных навыков.
Развивающие: создание условий для:
развития умения высказать свое мнение на английском языке;
развития навыков самостоятельной работы с текстом;
развития у учащихся умения выделять главное, сравнивать, обобщать, логически излагать свои
мысли;
развития языковых, интеллектуальных и познавательных способностей;
развития способности анализировать и систематизировать предлагаемый материал.
Воспитательные: создание условий для:
воспитания уважительного отношения к культуре и истории другой страны;
расширения кругозора учащихся;
формирования у учащихся познавательного интереса к изучаемому предмету, к культуре
страны изучаемого языка
Оснащение урока (технические средства обучения): компьютер; компьютерный проектор;
компьютерные слайды; экран.
План урока:
1. Организационный момент. Приветствие и объяснение целей урока. (приложение 1, слайд 1)
Good morning. I’m very glad to see you today. At our last lessons we spoke a lot about the capital of
the USA Washington. What interesting things have you known about this city? (приложение 1, слайд
2) Your homework was to answer the questions. Open the textbooks at page 46, Exercise 10.
Well done.
So, today we shall speak about the city which is a great contrast to Washington. This city is the largest
in the USA; it has a lot of skyscrapers. I think you know what city I am talking about. Right you are.
Its New York. (приложение 1, слайд 3)
2. Основная часть. Введение страноведческого материала. Демонстрационный этап.
We are going to visit New York: its boroughs and sights. Here is the proverb for you: “There are
many apples on the tree, but only one big apple”. How is this proverb connected with New York?
So, let’s listen to the text and say which of the sentences are true.
Text.
The Big Apple
New York has a nickname of "The Big Apple". Do you want to know why? Nearly a hundred years
ago jazz musicians all wanted to work in New York. "There are a lot of apples on the tree," they said,
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"but everybody wants the big apple. There are many towns in the country but everybody wants to work
in New York. When you take New York City, you take The Big Apple."
Yes, everybody wanted some of The Big Apple and they want some today too.
More than twenty million people visit New York every year. Lots of them love this city. There is
always something to do and to see in New York. You can go to Central Park and enjoy its quiet beauty
or to Coney Island that has more than five kilometres of beaches or to Broadway and see one of the
world-famous shows.
1) a) All jazz musicians wanted to work in Washington, D.C.
b) All jazz musicians wanted to work in New York.
2) a) They called New York “The Big Apple” because it was the best city to work in.
b) They called New York “The Big Apple” because it was the biggest city to work in.
3) a) More than twelve million people come to visit New York every year.
b) More than twenty million people come to visit New York every year.
4) a) The name of New York’s park is Central Park.
b) The name of New York’s park is Quiet Park.
5) a) New York has no beaches.
b) New York has a lot of beaches.
6) a) Broadway is famous for its shows.
b) Broadway is famous because it’s five kilometres long.
Complete the sentences:
If you want to enjoy the city’s quiet beauty you can go to…..
If you want to rest at the sea you can go to ….
If you want to see world famous shows and musicals you can go to ….
Фонетическая разминка:
Before visiting New York let’s practice how to pronounce the names of New York’s main attractions
(приложение 1, слайд 4):
The Statue of Liberty, New York Harbor, the Empire State Building, Rockefeller Center, the United
Nation Organization, the Chrysler building, the Metropolitan Opera, the Philharmonic Hall, the Bronx,
Brooklyn, Queens, Richmond, Manhattan, Jewish quarter, the Metropolitan Museum of Arts, The
Solomon Guggenheim Museum, The Whitney Museum of Arts, the Brooklyn bridge, the Manhattan
bridge, the Robert А Kennedy bridge, the George Washington Bridge.
As you know, we are going to make a project “Welcome to New York”. Last lesson we formed 3
groups to collect some interesting information about New York. Are you ready to share the
information?
There are many famous monuments in any city, but there is one in New York that is famous all over
the world. It’s the Statue of Liberty, of course. (приложение 1, слайд 5)
Pupil 1: At the entrance to New York Harbor, in the United States of America, stands one of the
world’s greatest and best-loved monuments. It is a statue, 151 feet tall, representing a woman with a
crown on her head. High in her right hand she is holding a huge torch. The torch lights up at night. In
her left hand is a tablet with a date on it July 4, 1776. That is the date of the Declaration of
Independence. The statue is made of copper. Inside the statue there is an elevator and a stairway from
the base to crown. The full name of the monument is “The Statue of Liberty Enlightening the World”,
but nowadays it is simply known as the Statue of Liberty. The people of France gave the Statue to the
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Americans in 1886 on the occasion of the 100th anniversary of American independence. It was made
by a young sculptor named Auguste Bartholdi.
Teacher: Everybody knows that skyscrapers are the symbol of New York. What are the most famous
of them? (приложение 1, слайд 6)
Pupil 2: One of the highest buildings of New York is the Empire State Building. It is a 102 storey
building which was built in 1931 and financed by the philanthropist and very rich man D. Rockefeller.
It was called “the sky-scraper’s king”. It includes 2 observatories. From the top you can see all
Manhattan.( приложение1, слайд 7)
The United Nation Organization secretariat occupies the thirty-nine storey sky-scraper. It is an
international organization. It was formed after the Second World War, and its aim is to keep peace all
over the world. (приложение 1, слайд 8)
Rockefeller Center is a complex of 19 commercial buildings between 48th and 51st streets in New
York City. Built by the Rockefeller family, it is located in the center of Midtown Manhattan spanning
the area between Fifth Avenue and Sixth Avenue. Rockefeller was a rich aristocrat. When he decided
to build these buildings during the Great Depression, he got no help from the government. So he used
his own money to do it. The Rockefeller Center Christmas Trees are the largest and the most beautiful
in New York. (приложение 1, слайд 9)
One of the most beautiful skyscrapers is the Chrysler building. The Chrysler Building is an Art Deco
skyscraper. It has 77 stories. When the building first opened October 23, 1929, it contained a public
viewing gallery near the top, which a few years later was changed into a restaurant. The former
observation floor became a private dining room called the Cloud Club.
Teacher: What about the places for rest? (приложение 1, слайды 10, 11)
Pupil 3: The Central Park is the only green place in New York where people can have a rest. It’s a
huge park, its construction took 16 years, and it was completed in 1873.Central Park is used by
thousands of New Yorkers and visitors every day. Central Park contains several artificial lakes,
extensive walking tracks, two ice-skating rinks, a wildlife sanctuary, and grassy areas and playgrounds
for children. Here you can see families walking their dogs and young people riding their bikes and
roller-skating. You can also see baseball and soccer games here. Some people come here just to rest.
They walk, sit in the sun, listen to music, or go to the zoo. (приложение 1, слайд 12)
Times Square is the center of the theater district. The lights from all the theaters and advertisements
are very bright. On New Year's Eve, December 31, crowds of people stand in Times Square and wait
for midnight. At midnight everyone sees the annual New Year's Eve ball drop and shouts, "Happy
New Year!" (приложение 1, слайд 13)
Pupil 4: The theatres and movies of New York are located mostly on Manhattan. The new cultural
centre in the city is the Lincoln Centre which was built in 1960s; it includes now the Metropolitan
Opera, the Philharmonic Hall and the New School of Music, the New York State Theatre.
(приложение 1, слайд 14)
Broadway is the longest avenue of New York; it stretches nearly 29 kilometres long. It is the place of
famous theatres, cafes, restaurants, hotels and shops. The brilliant illuminations at night make this
section known as the “Great White Way”. It is the part of the city that never goes to sleep. Buses and
subway trains run all night. Restaurants and movies never close their doors.
The 5th and the 7th avenues symbolize the women’s fashion industry of New York.
Teacher: Thank you. I want to give you some more information. Read the text and look through the
slides with the sights of this city and do the tasks (приложение 1, слайды 15-22).
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TEXT.
New York is one the largest city in the USA. It is situated in the north-east of the USA in the state of
New York. The city is rather young; it was founded in 1626 by Dutch settlers, who bought Manhattan
Island from the Indians for 24 dollars and a barrel of rum. New Amsterdam was the first name of the
city. After the English had taken over the city in 1664 it was renamed New York after the Duke of
York, who was the commander of the English Army.
New York is the city of islands, it consists of 3 islands: Manhattan, Staten and Long Island. The total
area is nearly 900 square kilometres. The city is washed by the Hudson, the Harlem and the East
rivers, New York Bay. So you can get to New York by air or by sea. New York is the chief port of the
USA; it is the major transportation centre.
New York is the most populous city in the United States. Its population is 16 million people. It is a
multinational city and the inhabitants of the city speak 75 different languages, among the inhabitants of
New York one can see people of almost all nationalities. It is called «modern Babylon».
New York consists of 5 boroughs: the Bronx, Brooklyn, Queens, Staten Island (formerly Richmond)
and Manhattan. Manhattan is in the heart of the city, on its territory there is Harlem with its Negro
population, Spanish Harlem with Puerto-Ricans, Chinatown with nearly 8000 Chinese, the Jewish
quarter.
New York is a city of banks. Wall Street in Manhattan is the financial heart of the country. Many
banks, business offices and the world famous New York Stock Exchange which symbolizes the money
market of the USA are situated there. Manhattan is crossed from north to south by avenues and from
east to west by streets. The avenues and streets are numbered.
New York is one of the leading manufacturing cities in the world. The most important industries are
those producing paper products, vehicles, glass, chemicals, machinery.
Speaking about New York one can’t but mention the outstanding role the city plays in the cultural life
of the country. New York has many museums and art galleries. The best known is the Metropolitan
Museum of Arts. Its magnificent collection of European and American painting contains the works of
many great masters. It also includes musical instruments, costumes, and decorative arts. The Solomon
Guggenheim Museum is in fact better known for its amazing building, which was opened in 1959 and
immediately became the focus of critics. It was designed by a famous architect, Frank Lloyd Wright.
The Whitney Museum of Arts attracts many visitors. These museums specialize in modern painting,
sculpture and graphic arts.
There are 60 bridges and 4 tunnels in the city, which connect the boroughs to each other. The most
beautiful bridges are: the Brooklyn bridge, the Manhattan bridge, the Robert А Kennedy bridge,
the George Washington Bridge. The city has very busy traffic. New York underground is called
“subway.
3. Этап закрепления материала. Закрепление материала в речевых упражнениях.
Think of the title for each paragraph of the text.
Complete the sentences:
The city is rather young; it was formed…
After the English had taken…
It is a multinational city…
Manhattan is in the heart of the city
The most important industries are…
The Solomon Guggenheim Museum is …
True or false:
Washington is the largest city in the USA.
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New York was the first name of the city.
New York was named after the Duke of York, who was the commander of the English Army.
New York consists of 3 islands: Manhattan, Staten and Long Island.
New York is called “modern Babylon”.
Brooklyn is in the heart of the city.
Many banks, business offices and the New York Stock Exchange are situated in Wall Street.
The avenues and streets are named in Manhattan.
The most important industries of New York are those producing paper products, vehicles, glass,
chemicals, machinery.
New York underground is called “the tube”.
Answer the questions:
1. What is another name of New York?
a) The capital;
b) The big city;
c) The big apple.
2. Where is New York situated?
a) On the Potomac River;
b) On the Hudson;
c) On the Thames.
3. What are the 3 islands?
a) The Isle of Wight;
b) Manhattan;
c) Long Island;
d) The Isle of Sheppey;
e) Staten Island.
4. Find 5 boroughs of New York:
a) Kansas;
b) Minnesota;
c) Manhattan;
d) The Bronx;
e) Maryland;
f) Queens;
g) Brooklyn;
h) Texas;
i) Staten Island.
5. What is the most famous symbol of New York?
a) Broadway;
b) The Statue of Liberty;
c) The Empire State Building.
6. What is the heart of New York?
a) Queens;
b) Staten Island;
c) Manhattan;
d) Brooklyn.
7. How many floors are there in the Empire State Building?
a) 100;
b) 105;
c) 120;
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d) 102.
8. What is Broadway famous for?
a) theatres;
b) Wall Street;
c) Central Park.
9. Who designed The Guggenheim Museum?
a) Auguste Bartholdi;
b) John D. Rockefeller;
c) Frank Lloyd Wright.
10. What sights are situated in New York?
a) Capitol Hill;
b) The White House;
c) The Statue of Liberty;
d) The Washington Monument;
e) The Empire State Building;
f) The Chrysler building;
g) The Robert А Kennedy bridge;
h) The Metropolitan Museum of Arts.
Teacher: To crown it all, let’s make one more exercise:
Match the beginning of each sentence with its end.
1.New York is
2.The nickname of the city
is
3.Rockefeller Center is
4.Central Park contains
5.The Empire State
Building is
6.The Lincoln Centre
includes
7.The Statue of Liberty
8.The “Great White Way”
a) the Metropolitan Opera, the Philharmonic Hall and the New
School of Music, the New York State Theatre.
b) one of the world's best loved skyscrapers.
c) one the largest city in the USA .
d) famous for its Christmas Trees.
e) "a big apple".
f) several artificial lakes, extensive walking tracks, two ice-
skating rinks.
g) is the nickname of Broadway.
h) was made by a young sculptor named Auguste Bartholdi.
4. Домашнее задание: For the homework, I want you to complete your project “Welcome to New
York”. Make a report and present it in colourful form. You may use the following word combinations:
The most fascinating part
The most interesting building
The most amazing place
I was greatly impressed by
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I think it’s worth visiting…
In my opinion it’s
I’d like to see
I’d like to visit
Don’t waste your time on…
Its not worth visiting….
5.Подведение итогов и оценивание результатов работы.
In conclusion I want to thank you for the lesson and your cooperation. You know the material rather
well. I give you good and excellent marks.
The bell has gone. Stand up, please. Good buy till our next lesson. You may get your things together.