Конспект урока "A Visit to London" 9 класс


План открытого урока в 9 классе
на тему “A Visit to London”
Учитель: А.М. Кузнецова
2 марта 2013г.
Lesson Plan. 2, March 9
Form Teacher: A. Kuznetsova
The Theme : A Visit to London
The aim: by the end of the lesson the Ss will be able to ask the way using social English.
The objectives: by the end of the lesson the Ss will have practiced using notices and warnings,
Social English phrases asking the way, speaking about London Underground.
The new language: social English phrases, lexis and patterns from the story about London
Underground.
Language to be revised: Asking the way, signs.
Materials and equipment: OHP, PC, PPPresentation, Ss’ handouts, maps, guide books, photos.
Lesson Procedure.
I. Warm Up. Think and say what difficulties the travelers have in a foreign country.
Sample:
-asking the way;
-finding places;
-understanding signs;
-unfamiliar money;
-traffic rules;
II. Do you remember notices and warnings you can see in different places?
1. Finish the phrases:
No …
Mind your …
Keep …
Please …
Beware …
2. Choose a card with the name of some place. Say what signs you can see in this place.
Places: in the park, at the airport, at the hotel, at the bus, in the shop.
3. Out classroom is also a public place. Take a card with a phrase. Put it into an
appropriate place in our classroom. Cards: mind your head, fragile, don’t lean out of
the window, exit, no talking, no smoking, out of order, please stack your exercise-books
neatly on this table, please don’t remove the furniture, mind the door.
II. Asking the way.
1. Look through the phrases ex 45 p. 210. Unjumble the dialogues in pairs. Read the
dialogues aloud in pairs. (see extra page)
2. Act out the dialogue between Mary Poppins and a policeman.
III. London Underground.
1. Watch the presentation and answer the questions:
- What city am I in?
- What sights am I visiting?
- What means of transport am I using?
2. Listen to the text about London Underground CD 32 and do the Quiz on it.
Quiz
1. London Underground is rather … to travel by.
a) difficult b) easy c) expensive
2. Tooting Broadway is at the end of the …
a) Central Line b) Northern Line c) Southern Line
3. If you want to get to Oxford Street you should alight at ….
a) Oxford Street b) Tottenham Court Road c) Leicester Square
4. There are more than … stations in London.
a) 250 b) 150 c) 350
5. It’s important to know … of the train.
a) the number b) the time c) the final destination
6. … gives you 4 or 5 days unlimited travel.
a) a tourist ticket b) a travel card c) a bus pass
7. If you have a tourist ticket you can travel by
a) Train and underground b)underground and London Red Buses
b) Double-decker and taxi
8. You can buy a travel card at the … .
a) underground station b) airport c) bank
9. Stations are indicated by … .
a) capital letter “M” b) a picture of a train c) London Transport Symbol
3.Speak about London Underground. Monologue.
The London Underground is a rapid transit system in the United Kingdom, serving a large part of
Greater London and some suburbs. It is the oldest underground railway in the world, which was
opened in 1863 and now serves11 lines and 270 stations. The Underground has 402 kilometers
of railways 45 per cent of which is under ground. It is the fourth largest metro system in the
world The Underground system is also known as the Tube. The earlier lines of the present
London Underground network were built in the 19
th
century. Now it is the third busiest metro
system in Europe, after Moscow and Paris. More than 3 million people use the Tube daily. The
tube is really an international icon for London.
4.Act out the 2dialogues about travelling by London Underground.
5. Complete the evaluation card to express your ideas of the lesson.
Short Dialogues. Key.
1.
-Excuse me. Can’t you help me?
-Sure. What do you want?
-Where is 42 Green Street, please?
-Walk to the corner and then turn to the left.
-To the corner and then to the left?
-That’s right. Then walk as far as the bridge.
-Thank you.
2. -Excuse me.
-Yes?
-Is there a bank near here?
-Yes, it’s just round the corner.
-How can I get there?
-Go over the zebra crossing and take the
First turning to the right.
-Thank you.
3. Where is the nearest underground station, please?
–It’s not far from here.
-What line do I take to Trafalgar Square?
-Take the Central Line, please.
-Where do I get off?
-Alight at Westminster Station.
-Thanks a lot.
4. What bus will take me to the British Museum?
-Take bus 76.
-Is there a bus stop near here?
-Yes, there is. It’s opposite the cinema.
-Do I have to change?
-I don’t think so. It’ll take you half an hour to get there.
-Thanks.
5. –Excuse me. What’s the best way to get to the Tower of London?
-Take a bus or the underground.
-How long will it take me to go by bus?
-Half an hour, I think. There’s a lot of traffic now.
-Then I’d better take the underground.
-The nearest station is next door to the supermarket. You can’t miss it.
-Thank you so much.
-That’s right. Then walk as far as the bridge.
-Excuse me. Can’t you help me?
-Walk to the corner and then turn to the left.
-To the corner and then to the left?
-Sure. What do you want?
-Thank you.
-Where is 42 Green Street, please?
-Yes, it’s just round the corner.
-Is there a bank near here?
-How can I get there?
-Excuse me.
-Go over the zebra crossing and take the
First turning to the right.
-Yes?
-Thank you.
-Take the Central Line, please.
-Where do I get off?
-Thanks a lot.
Where is the nearest underground station, please?
-What line do I take to Trafalgar Square?
–It’s not far from here.
-Alight at Westminster Station.
-Yes, there is. It’s opposite the cinema.
-Is there a bus stop near here?
-Thanks.
What bus will take me to the British Museum?
-Do I have to change?
-Take bus 76.
-I don’t think so. It’ll take you half an hour to get there.
-Take a bus or the underground.
-Thank you so much.
-Half an hour, I think. There’s a lot of traffic now.
-How long will it take me to go by bus?
-Then I’d better take the underground.
-The nearest station is next door to the supermarket. You can’t miss it.
–Excuse me. What’s the best way to get to the Tower of London?
Dialogue 1. Asking the way.
Mary Poppins: Excuse me. My name is Mary Poppins. Could you help me, please?
The policeman: Certainly. What do you want?
Mary Poppins: Where is Central Station, please?
The policeman: It’s opposite the bank.
Mary Poppins: Is it a long way from here?
The policeman: It’s at the end of this street.
Mary Poppins: Is there a bus or had I better walk? How long will it take me to get there?
The policeman: Ten minutes. You’d better walk, I think. Go straight ahead and turn left at the
traffic lights.
Mary Poppins: Straight ahead and then to the left?
The policeman: That’s right. Then walk a block and you’ll see Central Station on you right.
You can’t miss it.
Mary Poppins: Thank you very much.
The policeman: At your service, Miss.
Dialogue 2. London Underground.
L: Dayana, could you help me, please? I’m going to Oxford Street. Could you explain how to
get there?
D: If I were you, I would take the underground. The nearest underground station here is
Tooting Broadway.
L: You see, it’s my first journey by London Underground. Do you think I’ll manage?
D: I’m sure, you will. Just look at the signs. Use this underground map. It may be helpful.
L: Oh, thank you. Where is Tooting Broadway?
D: Here, at the bottom of the map. Can you see it?
L: Yes. So, if I take a train at Tooting Broadway, where do I travel?
D: Your destination is Tottenham Court Road. But you must make sure the train will pass
through it as some of the trains don’t.
L: How can I make sure?
D: There is a TV screen at each station which says where the train is going.
L: That really sounds easy. Thank you.
Dialogue 3. London Underground.
A: It may sound a silly question but what are tourist tickets?
V: They give you 5 days unlimited travel On London’s Red Buses and in the Underground.
You can visit every place without worrying about different tickets.
A: I’m afraid that won’t be useful in my case. I’m leaving London the day after tomorrow.
V: Then I’d advise buying a travel card.
A: What’s a travel card?
V: It permits you to travel by bus or underground one day from morning till midnight. It’s an
excellent way to travel in London and helps to save your money.
A: Where can I buy a travel card?
V: It’s on sale at all railway and underground stations and in small shops.