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«'Going to London' »
Урок – путешествие
Theme: Going to London.
1.Educational: to give more information about London; to speak about its history .2.Developing: to develop the student,s speaking, listening, writing habits.
3.Bringing- up: bring up the feeling of love English language.
The visual aids: an interactive board
The type of the lesson: mixed
Procedure of the lesson.
I. Organization moment.
Good morning, boys and girls! I am glad to see you.
What date is it today?
What day is it today?
What season is it now?
What month is it now?
What is the weather like today?
Today I will introduce you with London. We will talk about Great Britain.
II. Brainstorming. 1.What is the official name of Great Britain?
2.How many parts does the U K consist of?
3.What can you say about the population of Great Britain?
4.What is the capital of Britain?
5.What river is there in Britain?
6.What is national symbol of England?
7.Who is the head of England?
8.What is the weather usually like in Britain?
9. What is the official language in Great Britain?
10. What is the British money?
III. Vocabulary work: work with the new words.
Palace Park bridge
Tower Square building
IV. Presentation of the new material.
So, children , let,s begin our trip around London. Here are some famous places in London.
London is situated upon both banks of the River Thames, it is the largest city in Britain and one of the largest in the world.It is population is about 7 million people.It consists of three parts:
the City of London, the West End, the East End.
Buckingham Palace is one of the most famous buildings in the world.
It is in the very centre of London. The Palace is one of the four homes of the Royal Family. In 1994 British people went to the Palace for the first time.
He name Big Ben actually refers not to the clock- tower itself, but to the thirteen ton bell hung within. The bell was named after the first commissioner of works, Sir Benjamin Hall.
Founded nearly a millennium ago and expanded upon over the centuries since, the Tower of London has protected the city.
V. Reading the text : “The Romans”
The Romans went to England many, many years ago. They built a town on the River Thames. The name of the town was Londinium . The Romans built Londinium near the river. The place for the town was very good. Soon the Romans built a bridge over the River Thames.
Londinium got bigger and bigger. The Romans built a lot of roads from Londinium to other parts of Britain.
By the year 400, there were fifty thousand people in Londinium . Soon after400, the Romans left Britain. We do not know very much about Londinium between the years 400 and 1000.
The River Thames has always been part of London ,s history. In Romans times Londinium was a small town with the Thames in its centre.
Now London is a very large city but the River Thames is still in the centre of London.
Until 1749, there was only one bridge over river: London Bridge. The old London Bridge looked very strange. There were houses and shops on the bridge. In the nineteenth century there were already a lot of new bridges in London. Now there are more than twenty bridges over the Thames.
VII. Working with a text.
True, false or do not know/
There are a lot of bridges over the Thames now.
There were a lot of bridges over the Thames in Romans times.
The Romans came to England in the nineteenth century.
Londinium was a very beautiful town in old times.
The Romans built few roads in England.
Londinium is the old name of London.
There were a lot of cinemas on London Bridge.
Read to get some more information about London.
It is interesting to know…
…. that London is in fact two cities: the City of London and the City of Westminster.
….. that London stand on the River Thames. There are 27 bridges over the Thames and 8 tunnels under the river.
….. that London is 46 from north to south and 58 kilometres
from east to west.
….. that London has more than 7 million people.
Read the beginning of the sentence in section A and the end of it in section B.
1.There are in fact 2 cities in London: a) the River Thames.
2. London stand on b) over the River Thames.
3. There are 27 bridges c) live in London.
4. More than 7 million people d)under the River Thames
5. There are 8 tunnels e)the City,the City of Westminster.
6. London is 46 kilometres f) from east to west
7. London is 58 kilometres g) from north to south.
VIII. Checking understanding of new material.
Put the right answer:
Who is officially the head of the Great Britain?
Queen b)Parliament c)Minister d) President
What river is the capital situated on?
The Nile b) The Thames c)The Volga d) The Don
What is the official language in Great Britain?
a)French; b) Russian; c) Chinese; d) English
Big Ben is …….
a clock b)a house c) a park d) a famous man
What is the British money?
dollars b) pounds c) franks d) crones
Great Britain is divided into ….
three parts ; b) five parts; c) four parts; d) two parts
The name of the Palace where Queen lives is ….
the Tower of London; b) the White House;
c) Winsor Palace; d) the Buckingham Palace.
8. Which of the following cannot be found in London?
a)Trafalgar Square; b) East End; c)The Statue of Liberty;
d) The City London .
9. The capital of Great Britain is ….
a) Paris; b) Moscow; c)London; d) Cardiff.
10. The heart of London is …
a) the City; b) the Big Ben; c) the Tower Bridge;
d) the House of London.
IX. Comment on the marks.
X. Conclusion.- You all worked well at the lesson. You know the new