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Конспект урока английского языка в 8 классе "Британский парламент".

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Тема урока: The British Parliament

Задачи урока:

  1. практическая: формировать умения и навыки  учащихся в устной речи по теме Британский Парламент. (в монологической, диалогической речи), развивать творческие возможности учащихся;

    2) развивающая: развивать коммуникативные умения и навыки            учащихся, навыки самостоятельной работы;

    3) образовательная: расширять страноведческие знания учащихся, а   также закрепить знания о политической системе  Британии; знания о         способах словообразования.

    4) воспитательная: воспитывать уважение к истории и культуре Британии,  а также чувство      патриотизма, сотрудничества.

 

Тип урока: Повторительно-обобщающий.

Оборудование: Компьютер, проектор, экран, презентация к уроку, анимационные слайды, страноведческий материал, магнитофон.

1. Организационный момент:

 Hello! Who is on duty today?

           What date is it today?

           What day is it today?

           What about today’s weather?

           What is the weather like today?

            What temperature is it?

            What season is it now?

            What are autumn months?

               What is your favorite season?

2. Ход урока.

1.Teacher:

Today we are going to check your knowledge about the British Parliament. Now I would like to remind you some information about the British Parliament. It is in the Palace of Westminster. Some people think that it sits in two buildings, but in fact it sits in one building.

         The British Parliament consists of two houses: The House of Commons and the House of Lords.

         The members of the House of Commons are called MPs. They are elected by the people in the general election every 5 years. The Speaker presides over this House.

         The members of the House of Lords are called Lords and Ladies. They are life peers. They get their places for their personal achievements. But in the past there were hereditary peers. They inherited their places from their fathers and grandfathers. Lord Сhancellor presides over the House of Lords. He sits on the woolsack.. Woolsack is a big armchair with wool inside. It is a very old tradition. Wool was very important for English economy in the Middle Аges. It made England rich.

         The head of the government is the Prime Minister. There are two main political parties in Great Britain: The Conservative party and the Labor party. The party which wins in the general election forms the government. The head of the state is the Queen Elizabeth II. Great Britain is a monarchy.

By the way. When did the British Parliament begin?

  • In 1215,

What is Magna Carta?

  • It was an agreement between the king and the barons. It limited the king’s power.

(повторение выражений с глаголом make и структуры предложений при помощи анимации)

2. Lets revise our words we need at the lesson. (хоровая и индивидуальная  работа)

Children, pay special attention to the following words. Lets revise the ways of  word  formation with the help of suffixes. (повторение словообразования при помощи анимации)

     3. Now it is time to check up your homework. You were to make dialogues about The British Parliament.

Pupils 1, 2:

 Oh, hello! I haven’t seen you for ages.

- Hi. I am glad to see you too.

- I am happy that you have got over. While you have been ill, we learnt many important information about the British parliament from our English lessons.

- What a pity! It is my favorite topic. I am interested in the history of the British Parliament. I hope you will tell me about it.

- With pleasure. I will.

_ As far as I know The British Parliament is in the Palace of Westminster.

_ Yes, it is. Many people think that It sits in two buildings, but in reality it is in one building.

- I know about it. In my opinion The British Parliament consists of two houses: The House of Commons and the House of Lords

  • Yes, you are right.
  • Which house represents the people of England, I wonder?
  • The House of Commons represents the people of England, because they vote for MPs every 4 years in the general elections.
  • What are MPs?
  • MPs are the members of the House of Commons.
  • How are the members of the House  of Lords called?
  • They are called hereditary peers and life peers.
  • Oh, I heard about it. As far as I know, they inherit their places, don’t they?
  • No, You are mistaken. Only the hereditary peers inherited their places in the past. Life peers get their places for their personal achievements.
  • Really?
  • Thank you for your information. It is very interesting.

Pupils2, 3:

  • Hello!
  • How are you getting on?
  • Fine and you?
  • Not bad. Have you got any news?
  • Yes, I have. I went to my aunt’s birthday party.
  • What did you give her for the birthday?
  • I gave her a book about  the British Parliament. She is interested in the history of the British Parliament.
  • By the way. Did you read the book?
  • Yes, I did.
  • Who is the head of the government?
  • Many people think that the Queen is the head of the Government, but in fact the head of the Government is the Prime minister.
  • But what about the Queen?
  • She is the head of the state.

Pupils3, 4:

-   Hello!

  • Hi!
  • Can I ask you?
  • Yes you can.
  • What is the difference between Life peers and hereditary peers?
  • As far as I know,  the hereditary peers inherited their places in the past. Life peers get their places for their personal achievements.
  • Are they MPs?
  • No, they aren’t. They are the members of the House of Lords. MPs are the members of the House of commons
  • Thank you for your information. Good bye!

Pupils 5, 6:

  • Hello!
  • Hi!
  • Can I ask you?
  • Yes you can.
  • . What is the difference between the Speaker and the Lord Chancellor?  
  • The speaker presides in the House of Commons and the Lord Chancellor presides in the House of Lords.
  • Who sits on the woolsack?
  • The Lord Chancellor does. Do you know  what  the Woolsack is?
  • Yes I do. It is an armchair with wool inside. It is a very old English tradition. Wool was very important for the English economy in the Middle ages. It made England rich.
  • Qh, you know English history well. Good bye.

Pupils 7, 8:

- Hello! I want to give you some question about the political system in our country.

- Well, What are they?

- How is The Russian Parliament called?

- It is called Federal Assembly

- How many houses does it consist of?

- It consists of two Houses: The Federation Council and the State Duma.

- Who is the head of the Government?

- The head of the Government is The Prime Minister D. Medvedev                              - Who is the head of the state?

- The head of the state is V. V. Putin

- Who works on bills?

- The Deputies, the members of the State Duma, work on bills.

- Who approves the bill?

- The Federation Council approves the bill.

-  Who forms the Government in our country?

- The president. And he chooses the Prime Minister.

- Thank you very much.

I like your dialogues very much.

4. Now, children, listen to the next task. You will have to read the sentences and match the names. (демонстрация слайдов)

He is the head of the government       

The Prime Minister

He presides over the House of Commons

The speaker

He sits on the woolsack and presides over the House of Lords

Lord Chancellor

She is the head of the state

The Queen

The Lords and ladies sit here

The House of Lords

MPs sit here

The House of Commons

When the Queen arrives in the House of Lords to open the Parliament she sits here

The throne

There is wool inside. It is in Parliament to symbolize the importance of wool to the British economy at that time

There is wool inside. It is in Parliament to symbolize the importance of wool to the British economy at that time

It lies on the table when the House is debating. It is the symbol of the power which Parliament has won from the king.

The mace

They represent two British main political parties –The Conservative party and  the Labor party

Winston Churchill and David Lloyd George

This is the oldest part of the building. A lot of famous events have taken place here

Westminster Hall

The distance between them is two swords’ length. In the old days MPs used to have their swords and it was dangerous when they got angry with each other. They remind the MPs that they shouldn’t start to fight.

Red lines on the carpet

5. Teacher: Lets do the exercise in written form. Fill in the gaps (учащимся раздаются карточки с заданиями для самостоятельной работы)

In the UK there is no president, the Queen is the………of the…….

There are two Houses in the Parliament: ……………………...and ………………………………………

People who sits in the ………..of Commons are called …..

People who sits in the ……….of Lords are called……..

 British people …….for MPs at a……………

  The party which wins the general ……………….forms the ……………………and  their leader becomes the ………………

After the Queen approves the bill  it becomes a……..

(Работы сдаются)

Now, check your work (проверка работы при помощи анимации)

6. Tell us a monologue taking generalizing

  • Many people think that….
  • Everybody says that...
  • We all know that…
  • Usually…
  • In general…
  • But don’t forget…
  • Very true that…
  • But in fact…
  • But actually…
  • OK, but what about…?
  • In reality…

Pupils:

 Many people think that The British Parliament sits in two buildings, but in fact it sits in one building. Etc.

7. Answer the questions. (Фронтальная работа. Обобщение и закрепление)

8.Подведение итогов. Выставление оценок. Домашнее задание с. 176-182

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Тема урока: The British Parliament



Задачи урока:

  1. практическая: формировать умения и навыки учащихся в устной речи по теме Британский Парламент. (в монологической, диалогической речи), развивать творческие возможности учащихся;

2) развивающая: развивать коммуникативные умения и навыки учащихся, навыки самостоятельной работы;

3) образовательная: расширять страноведческие знания учащихся, а также закрепить знания о политической системе Британии; знания о способах словообразования.

4) воспитательная: воспитывать уважение к истории и культуре Британии, а также чувство патриотизма, сотрудничества.


Тип урока: Повторительно-обобщающий.


Оборудование: Компьютер, проектор, экран, презентация к уроку, анимационные слайды, страноведческий материал, магнитофон.


1. Организационный момент:


Hello! Who is on duty today?

What date is it today?

What day is it today?

What about today’s weather?

What is the weather like today?

What temperature is it?

What season is it now?

What are autumn months?

What is your favorite season?


2. Ход урока.


1.Teacher:

Today we are going to check your knowledge about the British Parliament. Now I would like to remind you some information about the British Parliament. It is in the Palace of Westminster. Some people think that it sits in two buildings, but in fact it sits in one building.

The British Parliament consists of two houses: The House of Commons and the House of Lords.

The members of the House of Commons are called MPs. They are elected by the people in the general election every 5 years. The Speaker presides over this House.

The members of the House of Lords are called Lords and Ladies. They are life peers. They get their places for their personal achievements. But in the past there were hereditary peers. They inherited their places from their fathers and grandfathers. Lord Сhancellor presides over the House of Lords. He sits on the woolsack.. Woolsack is a big armchair with wool inside. It is a very old tradition. Wool was very important for English economy in the Middle Аges. It made England rich.

The head of the government is the Prime Minister. There are two main political parties in Great Britain: The Conservative party and the Labor party. The party which wins in the general election forms the government. The head of the state is the Queen Elizabeth II. Great Britain is a monarchy.



By the way. When did the British Parliament begin?


  • In 1215,

What is Magna Carta?

  • It was an agreement between the king and the barons. It limited the king’s power.

(повторение выражений с глаголом make и структуры предложений при помощи анимации)



2. Lets revise our words we need at the lesson. (хоровая и индивидуальная работа)

Children, pay special attention to the following words. Lets revise the ways of word formation with the help of suffixes. (повторение словообразования при помощи анимации)


3. Now it is time to check up your homework. You were to make dialogues about The British Parliament.


Pupils 1, 2:

Oh, hello! I haven’t seen you for ages.

- Hi. I am glad to see you too.

- I am happy that you have got over. While you have been ill, we learnt many important information about the British parliament from our English lessons.

- What a pity! It is my favorite topic. I am interested in the history of the British Parliament. I hope you will tell me about it.

- With pleasure. I will.

_ As far as I know The British Parliament is in the Palace of Westminster.

_ Yes, it is. Many people think that It sits in two buildings, but in reality it is in one building.

- I know about it. In my opinion The British Parliament consists of two houses: The House of Commons and the House of Lords

  • Yes, you are right.

  • Which house represents the people of England, I wonder?

  • The House of Commons represents the people of England, because they vote for MPs every 4 years in the general elections.

  • What are MPs?

  • MPs are the members of the House of Commons.

  • How are the members of the House of Lords called?

  • They are called hereditary peers and life peers.

  • Oh, I heard about it. As far as I know, they inherit their places, don’t they?

  • No, You are mistaken. Only the hereditary peers inherited their places in the past. Life peers get their places for their personal achievements.

  • Really?

  • Thank you for your information. It is very interesting.




Pupils2, 3:


  • Hello!

  • How are you getting on?

  • Fine and you?

  • Not bad. Have you got any news?

  • Yes, I have. I went to my aunt’s birthday party.

  • What did you give her for the birthday?

  • I gave her a book about the British Parliament. She is interested in the history of the British Parliament.

  • By the way. Did you read the book?

  • Yes, I did.

  • Who is the head of the government?

  • Many people think that the Queen is the head of the Government, but in fact the head of the Government is the Prime minister.

  • But what about the Queen?

  • She is the head of the state.


Pupils3, 4:


- Hello!

  • Hi!

  • Can I ask you?

  • Yes you can.

  • What is the difference between Life peers and hereditary peers?

  • As far as I know, the hereditary peers inherited their places in the past. Life peers get their places for their personal achievements.

  • Are they MPs?

  • No, they aren’t. They are the members of the House of Lords. MPs are the members of the House of commons

  • Thank you for your information. Good bye!



Pupils 5, 6:




  • Hello!

  • Hi!

  • Can I ask you?

  • Yes you can.

  • . What is the difference between the Speaker and the Lord Chancellor?

  • The speaker presides in the House of Commons and the Lord Chancellor presides in the House of Lords.

  • Who sits on the woolsack?

  • The Lord Chancellor does. Do you know what the Woolsack is?

  • Yes I do. It is an armchair with wool inside. It is a very old English tradition. Wool was very important for the English economy in the Middle ages. It made England rich.

  • Qh, you know English history well. Good bye.


Pupils 7, 8:


- Hello! I want to give you some question about the political system in our country.

- Well, What are they?

- How is The Russian Parliament called?

- It is called Federal Assembly

- How many houses does it consist of?

- It consists of two Houses: The Federation Council and the State Duma.

- Who is the head of the Government?

- The head of the Government is The Prime Minister D. Medvedev - Who is the head of the state?

- The head of the state is V. V. Putin

- Who works on bills?

- The Deputies, the members of the State Duma, work on bills.

- Who approves the bill?

- The Federation Council approves the bill.

- Who forms the Government in our country?

- The president. And he chooses the Prime Minister.

- Thank you very much.


I like your dialogues very much.


4. Now, children, listen to the next task. You will have to read the sentences and match the names. (демонстрация слайдов)


He is the head of the government

The Prime Minister


He presides over the House of Commons

The speaker


He sits on the woolsack and presides over the House of Lords

Lord Chancellor


She is the head of the state

The Queen


The Lords and ladies sit here

The House of Lords


MPs sit here

The House of Commons


When the Queen arrives in the House of Lords to open the Parliament she sits here

The throne


There is wool inside. It is in Parliament to symbolize the importance of wool to the British economy at that time


There is wool inside. It is in Parliament to symbolize the importance of wool to the British economy at that time


It lies on the table when the House is debating. It is the symbol of the power which Parliament has won from the king.

The mace


They represent two British main political parties –The Conservative party and the Labor party

Winston Churchill and David Lloyd George


This is the oldest part of the building. A lot of famous events have taken place here

Westminster Hall



The distance between them is two swords’ length. In the old days MPs used to have their swords and it was dangerous when they got angry with each other. They remind the MPs that they shouldn’t start to fight.

Red lines on the carpet


5. Teacher: Lets do the exercise in written form. Fill in the gaps (учащимся раздаются карточки с заданиями для самостоятельной работы)


In the UK there is no president, the Queen is the………of the…….

There are two Houses in the Parliament: ……………………...and ………………………………………

People who sits in the ………..of Commons are called …..

People who sits in the ……….of Lords are called……..

British people …….for MPs at a……………

The party which wins the general ……………….forms the ……………………and their leader becomes the ………………


After the Queen approves the bill it becomes a……..


(Работы сдаются)


Now, check your work (проверка работы при помощи анимации)


6. Tell us a monologue taking generalizing

  • Many people think that….

  • Everybody says that...

  • We all know that…

  • Usually…

  • In general…



  • But don’t forget…

  • Very true that…

  • But in fact…

  • But actually…

  • OK, but what about…?

  • In reality…





Pupils:

Many people think that The British Parliament sits in two buildings, but in fact it sits in one building. Etc.


7. Answer the questions. (Фронтальная работа. Обобщение и закрепление)


8.Подведение итогов. Выставление оценок. Домашнее задание с. 176-182




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