Конспект урока "Russia. The USA. Scotland" 7 класс

Муниципальное бюджетное образовательное учреждение
Белоберезковская средняя общеобразовательная школа №1
по английскому языку в 7 классе
по теме «Russia. The USA. Scotland»
учителя английского языка
Морозовой Ольги Александровны
п. Белая Березка, 2017
Тема. Russia. The USA. Scotland.
Цели. Учить детей монологическим высказываниям по теме Россия, США,
Развивать навыки монологической речи, лингвострановедческую компетентность,
положительную мотивацию изучения английского языка, аудиальный слух, умение
реагировать на ситуацию общения, готовность воспринимать культуру стран
изучаемого языка посредством темы, память, внимание, логическое мышление.
Воспитывать чувство патриотизма, коллективизма, активности, уважения к
представителям стран, язык которых изучается, любовь к английскому языку.
ТИП УРОКА: урок-презентация.
I. Оргмомент.
Teacher: Dear friends! Welcome to our lesson “Russia. The USA. Scotland” It is special
because it is held in a form of an international meeting. We have groups for presentation
their countries. They brought their projects, maps, national music and poems. So we want to
show the value, beauty and peculiarities of different nations.
II. Основная часть.Развитие монологической речи.
P.1Russia, Russia
My land so lovely and so free
Russia, Russia
The fairest land a man can see!
When down the Volga I go sailing
And seagulls sail the sky above,
I hear the song of joy unfailing
To those green banks, the land I love.
Russia, Russia
My land so lovely and so free
Russia, Russia
The fairest land a man can see!
P.2The relevance of our project is to study and keep natural and cultural heritage of our
small motherland. Because each person has a place on Earth where he or she spent their
childhood. Whatever happens to people, their places of birth are remembered forever. The
farther people are from them the dearer they are for people.
P.3There is a place where the sidewalk ends
And before the street begins
And there the grass grows soft and white,
And the sun burns crimson the bright,
And the moon-bird rests from his flight.
To cool in the peppermint wind
P.2 I am proud I live here and I’d like to share my pride with everyone. Trubchevskis one
of the most ancient towns and cities in Russia aged over 1000 years. This town gave the
name to the princes’ dynasty of Trubetskiye and has kept the charm of antiquity and
uniqueness. Let’s have a walk in our park.
P.3Gorky park is a place where the spirit of the ancient singer-storyteller Boyan lives. They
say : “All ways lead to Boyan”. And truly the monument to Boyan was erected in the centre
of the park in 1975 by a well-known sculpture A.I. Kobilinets and was dedicated to 1000
anniversary of Trubchevsk. This monument became the symbol of the town and of the whole
To the both sides of the monument to Boyan there are bas-reliefs reflecting the stages of
1000-year history of Trubchevsk. They can attract everyone’s admiring look.
P.2 Let’s continue our walk about the park. Let’s turn left and follow a beautiful alley to the
high manmade terrace. It is between two deep natural ravines. In the deepest past it was
Sobornaya Mountain, it was a cradle of Trubchevsk. The incredible view to the Desna’s left
bank opens here.
P.3 The next point of destination is Troitsky Cathedral. It is a family tomb, a family church
and a palace of the princes. Troitsky Cathedral is a memorial book of the town history.
P.2 Under the Troitsky Cathedral there is an interesting cave where at the beginning of the
XVI century the monk Nil lived. He lived there in secret until he was found by the local
fishermen. But some time passed and Nil left Trubchevsk. From that time on in Trubchevsk
and its region there exists a belief about healing water of the spring. Thanks to descendants
this place is saved. 200 steps lead to the spring. The residents of Trubchevsk and it guests
may come and plunge in the font in any time.
P.3 Now we go back to the park gates. At the entrance of the park there is the
Preobrazhensky Cathedral. On the outer wall of this cathedral there is an inscription which
says that the building was erected in 1640.
P.2 Somewhat farther behind the ancient western moat there is the Pokrovsky Cathedral. Its
history is ancient as well. This cathedral was reconstructed several times. The first wooden
church was built in this place in 1618. After 1646 the second wooden church appeared. The
building got its modern look in 1860-ies when to the sides of the Cathedral two altars were
joined. By all accounts the cathedrals of Trubchevskpark are the monuments making the
ancient chronicle of the town.
P.3 The next point which we should pay our attention to is a picturesque beauty of our park.
Trubchevsk is a place where one may feel the smell of leaves, hear soft whirr of streets, see
the sun ray in the tree crown, become the part of the provincial leisury life. Our park is
lovely in any season. And if you want to hear the sounds of the ancient history, listen
carefully to the tree’s whisper and they will tell about the ancient battles at the Sobornaya
Mountain, about Peter I having a rest in their shadow, about the Trubetskiye princes walking
along the paths between them. In one word, Trubchevsk is one of the pearls of Russia! This
town is worth visiting by everyone!
Teacher: Thank you for this unusual romantic review of our motherland. We are going to
listen to our 2
group about the USA.
P.4 Oh, beautiful for spacious skies,
For amber waves of grain,
For purple mountain majesties
Above the fruited plain!
America, America!
God shed his grace on thee
And crown thy good with brotherhood
From sea to shining sea.
Просмотр презентации об Америке с музыкальным сопровождением.
P.5 The American flag is often called «The Stars and Stripes». There are three colours on the
flag of the United States - red, white, and blue. As there are fifty states in the United States,
there are fifty stars on the American flag: one star for each state. The American flag has
thirteen stripes. The stripes are red and write. The flag has seven red stripes and six white
stripes. There is one stripe for each of the first thirteen colonies of the United States.
P.6The eagle became the official national symbol of the country in 1782. It has an olive
branch (a symbol of peace) and arrows (symbols of strength). You can see the eagle on the
back of a dollar bill.
P.5 One of the most famous symbols of the USA is the Statue of Liberty.
France gave the statue to America in 1884 as a symbol of friendship. The Statue is in New
York on Liberty Island. It is one of the first things people see when they arrive in New York
by sea.
P.6 One of the traditions from the Wild West is a cowboy clothes. As cowboys spent much
time outdoors, they usually wore hats, boots and jeans. Hats protected their faces and eyes
from the hot sun and boots made riding a horse easier. As for special clothes strong
trousers called jeans, a tailor Levi Strauss made them in the middle of the 19-th century in
the city of San Francisco.
P.5The USA is most famous for «fast foods». The first fast food restaurants served
hamburgers, but now they serve other kinds of food too. Inside there is often a «salad bar»,
where you can help yourself to as much salad as you want.
P.6Most American now have a light breakfast instead of the traditional eggs, bacon, toast,
orange juice and coffee. But on weekends there is more time, and a large late breakfast or
early lunch («brunch») is often eaten with family or friends.
Teacher:Thanks for your interesting stories about the USA. This presentation was also
bright. What about Great Britain?
P.7 We’d like to draw your attention to one of the most ancient and picturesque parts of the
UK Scotland. The Scots are very proud of their rich history. Scotland has given the world a
number of writers, painters, sculptors, poets and musicians. One of the most famous Scottish
poems in the world - “My heart’s in the Highland” by Robert Burns who is the Scotland’s
national poet. Every year on the 25
of January the festival Burn’s Night is celebrated in the
P.8 читает стихотворение “My heart’s in the Highland” Р. Бернса
Scotland is the north part of Great Britain. Five million people live in Scotland. Edinburgh is
its capital
P.9 There are two large cities here: Glasgow and Aberdeen.
Scotland is full of mountains and lakes called lochs. Loch Lomond is the largest and the
most beautiful of all lochs in Scotland. The highest mountain is Ben Nevis. There are a lot of
rivers. The sea cuts the mountains into parts. The best known is Loch Ness where some
people think a large monster lives.
P.7 The Scottish flag is a white St. Andrew’s cross on a blue background. Saint Andrew was
a disciple of Jesus.
Thistle is the national emblem of Scotland. This plant saved their land from foreign
invaders, the Scottish soldiers were awakened by their shouts as their bare feet touched the
thorns on the thistles in the field they were crossing.
P.9 A long time ago the Scots built many large churches beside the river. These churches
were called Abbeys. The Scots built Melrose Abbey in 1136 but the English destroyed it in
1544. In the days of the Abbeys, the hills and farms were full of sheep and they still are.
P.7 Glasgow is the largest city in Scotland and the third largest in the United Kingdom.
Before 1750 Glasgow was a small town. It had a cathedral and a university but it was not a
rich town.
P.9 After 1707 Scottish ships could go to the English colonies in America. Ships brought
tobacco to Glasgow and took back Scottish goods.
P.7 Heavy industry began to develop. It used coal and iron from the Clyde valley. Glasgow
became rich but very dirty
P.9 Glasgow is famous for football teams Rangers and Celtic. Most people in Glasgow are
fans of one of teams.
P.7 When they play against each other, thousands of fans go to watch. Rangers and Celtic
have won more football competitions in Scotland than all the other Scottish teams.
P.9 The main Scottish national dress is a kilt pleated plaid skirt. Each clan has its own
colour and pattern on the kilt. In old days the kilt was made of large amounts of material that
could help to warm when it’s cold in the mountains. Scots mainly wear kilts to family events
and important holidays.
P.7 The national instrument of Scotland is a bagpipe. It is made of sheep skin. A player feels
a leather bag with air by blowing into it and allows the air to come through pipe.
P. 9 In the evenings the opera house, the cinemas and the concert halls are full. In cafes and
pubs small groups sing, act, read poetry.
P.7 One of the most famous folk song of Scotland is “My Bonnie Lies over the Ocean” it is
the song about Prince Charles Edward Stewart who was known as bonnie Prince Charlie
because he was young and good-looking. He was also Scotland’s national hero who fought
against the English in the 18
century but Charlie’s army was defeated.
P.10 Исполняет песню“My Bonnie Lies over the Ocean”
Просмотр презентации на песню“My Bonnie Lies over the Ocean”
III. Заключительнаячастьурока. Рефлексия.
Teacher: So, our big talk is over. Now you know much about the countries you
have presented. Answer some questions, please.
1) What impressed you most of all?
2) Was it difficult for you to prepare the presentations?
3) What can you do know?
Your marks are good and excellent. Good-bye! See you next lesson.
Открытый урок по английскому языку в 7 классе
ТЕМА. Россия. США. Шотландия.
1) Образовательная: совершенствовать навыки монологических высказываний по
темам « Россия», « США», « Шотландия»; познакомить учащихся с лучшими
образцами стихотворений английских и американских авторов.
2) Практическая: совершенствовать навыки говорения, аудирования по теме урока.
3) Развивающая: развивать навыки монологической речи с использованием
иллюстративного материала по теме урока, лингвострановедческую
компетентность, положительную мотивацию изучения английского языка,
аудиальный слух, готовность воспринимать культуру стран изучаемого языка
посредством темы, память, внимание, логическое мышление.
4) Воспитательная: воспитывать чувство патриотизма, коллективизма, активности,
уважения к представителям стран, язык которых изучается, любовь к
английскому языку.
Тип урока: интегрированный урок-презентация.
Формы работы: групповые, индивидуальная, коллективная.
Методы работы: презентативный, иллюстративный.
Структура урока
I. Оргмомент.
II. Основная часть.
1) Совершенствование монологической речи по теме «Россия».
2) Совершенствование монологической речи по теме «Америка».
3) Совершенствование навыков аудирования.
4) Совершенствование монологической речи по теме «Шотландия».
III. Заключительная часть урока. Рефлексия.