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London is the capital of Great Britain

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Grade         

   Date

9

16.01.2015

The theme of the lesson

London

The aim of the lesson

introduce with the history of London.  To study   about  sights of London.

To develop  speaking  and reading skills, lexical habits, to enrich pupils vocabulary. To develop  critical thinking, logical speech, to improve  the habits in group work.

Expecting results

At the end of the lesson  students  know about the history of  London, its sightseeins. Ask and answer the  questions,  make   a story, improve the habits  in group work. 

Visual aids

Books for  9th grade, cards, computer, pictures, interactive board.  

Methods of the lesson

training, question – answer,  dialogue,  individual work, pair work,   group work,         ICT, method “catch a question”

Procedure of the lesson

Stages of the lesson

Teacher’s action

 

Introduction

Duty’s report

Give cards to students

Check up hometask

H/t:  find  gerunds from the text and name their   functions  in  a sentence.

 

Brainstorming

 

 students look at your  papers, pictures. What  pictures are they?

Where can you see these buildings?

What is the theme of our today’s lesson?

 

 

Main part

 

Today we  have  an unusual lesson.  We’ll make a trip to London.

Reading

At  your geography lesson you’ll  also speak about  this country, about the most famous sights of London you’ll learn some interesting  facts about the sights. First of all,  turn on your computers and find text “London”   You  should  read the text read the text individually  and discuss it with   your partner   and  work  in   a poster,  give  information about the text.

Text 1.

London is the capital of Great Britain.  It’s not only the capital of the country, it is  a big port,  one of the  greatest commercial, cultural, political, economic and  financial centers in the world.  London lies on both banks of  the river Thames. Its population is about 8 million people. London is divided into several parts: the City, the West, the East End and Westminster. The City is the busiest part of London. The West End  is the richest part of London.  The best hotels, shops, restaurants and theatres are situated there. The East End is the poorest part of  London. There are a lot of factories and docks there.  There are  famous  buildings such  as;  Westminster Abbey, the British  Museum, Big Ben, Buckingham  Palace, the  Houses of Parliament, St. Paul’s  Cathedral.

Text 2

Westminster Abbey  is one of the most beautiful buildings in London.  The ancient  large church in London in which the  coronation ceremony of almost all the  English kings and  queens has taken place. Many famous people are buried there.

The  Tower of London

It was  fortress,  a royal  palace  and late a prison.  The Tower of  London  was founded  by Julius Caesar and  rebuilt by William  the Conqueror. It is a museum now. There are lots of  interesting  collections in the Tower.

Text 3

St. Paul’s  Cathedral – is the  greatest work of England’s greatest architect, Christopher Wren. The Cathedral was begun in 1675 but was finished only in 1710, when Wren was almost eighty years  old. There  are memorials to many famous men of England. In the Cathedral.

Text 4

Big Ben is one of the most famous clocks in the world.  The English people built the tower and  the clock in 1858. The bell weights 13,5 tons. The  man in charge  of the building was Sir Benjamin Hall. This man was very tall  and his friends called  him Big Ben. So they called  the clock and the Clock Tower of the Houses of  Parliament   Big Ben.

Text 5

Buckingham Palace

 Buckingham Palace is the London home of the Queen. It is a place where the Queen meets important visitors such as kings, queens or presidents from other countries.

Buckingham Palace  is the official  residence and principal work place  of the British monarch. Buckingham Palace is like a small village. There is a police station, a hospital, a bar, two sports clubs, a disco, a cinema, and a swimming pool. There are 600 rooms. About seven thousand people work there. More than 50,000 people visit the Palace every year.

True, false.

1. Hundreds of years ago the Tower  was a fortress.  T

2. Big Ben is the smallest  clock in  Britain.   F

3.   London is the capital of Scotland.

4. William the Conqueror built  St. Paul’s Cathedral.   F

5. The  Tower of London was a prison.             T

6.  The Tower of London is a museum now.  T

7. The West End  is the  poorest  part of  London.  F

8. Buckingham Palace is the London home of the Queen.  T

Writing

Task 3. Complete the sentences.

  1. London is the ___________ of Great Britain.
  2. Its population is about _____ people.
  3. London lies on the banks of the river ___________.
  4. ___________ is the heart of London.
  5. ___________  is part of London where working people live.

Game; “Guess” Match the pictures with the  words.

1. Big Ben                         

2. Buckingham Palace.          

3. The Thames

 4.  St. Paul’s Cathedral.

5. Westminster Abbey

6.  The Tower  of London

a)  5                                                b) 2

              

c) 4                                      d) 3

 

 

    

e) 1                                               f)  6

              

Game: “Playing cards”

On the banks  of the   river  Thames

it is

Big Ben is

 

8 million people

Buckingham Palace  is

 

There are

St. Paul’s Cathedral is  

the City is

the heart of London

 

London is 

The capital of Great Britain

the  largest city

a clock

live in London

 

a home of Queen

a church

 

many famous  buildings in London

 

 London lies

 

 

 

Conclusion

 

Hometask

Ex  p

Test

1.  It has these parts: the City, the West End and the East End

     a) New York            b) London           c) Glasgow

2.  What is the London  residence of Queen   Elizabeth  II?

a) the Tower of London     b)  Windsor  Castle  c)  Buckingham Palace

3.

 

Evaluation

 

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Grade

Date

9

16.01.2015

The theme of the lesson

London

The aim of the lesson

introduce with the history of London. To study about sights of London.

To develop speaking and reading skills, lexical habits, to enrich pupils vocabulary. To develop critical thinking, logical speech, to improve the habits in group work.

Expecting results

At the end of the lesson students know about the history of London, its sightseeins. Ask and answer the questions, make a story, improve the habits in group work.

Visual aids

Books for 9th grade, cards, computer, pictures, interactive board.

Methods of the lesson

training, question – answer, dialogue, individual work, pair work, group work, ICT, method “catch a question”

Procedure of the lesson

Stages of the lesson

Teacher’s action

Student’s action

Introduction

Duty’s report

Give cards to students

Check up hometask

H/t: find gerunds from the text and name their functions in a sentence.

Answer the questions

Divide into pairs

students check each others answers

Brainstorming


students look at your papers, pictures. What pictures are they?

Where can you see these buildings?

What is the theme of our today’s lesson?

students name the pictures and tell about their pictures, answer the questions and name the theme of the lesson.

Main part


Today we have an unusual lesson. We’ll make a trip to London.

Reading

At your geography lesson you’ll also speak about this country, about the most famous sights of London you’ll learn some interesting facts about the sights. First of all, turn on your computers and find text “London” You should read the text read the text individually and discuss it with your partner and work in a poster, give information about the text.

Text 1.

London is the capital of Great Britain. It’s not only the capital of the country, it is a big port, one of the greatest commercial, cultural, political, economic and financial centers in the world. London lies on both banks of the river Thames. Its population is about 8 million people. London is divided into several parts: the City, the West, the East End and Westminster. The City is the busiest part of London. The West End is the richest part of London. The best hotels, shops, restaurants and theatres are situated there. The East End is the poorest part of London. There are a lot of factories and docks there. There are famous buildings such as; Westminster Abbey, the British Museum, Big Ben, Buckingham Palace, the Houses of Parliament, St. Paul’s Cathedral.

Text 2

Westminster Abbey is one of the most beautiful buildings in London. The ancient large church in London in which the coronation ceremony of almost all the English kings and queens has taken place. Many famous people are buried there.

The Tower of London

It was fortress, a royal palace and late a prison. The Tower of London was founded by Julius Caesar and rebuilt by William the Conqueror. It is a museum now. There are lots of interesting collections in the Tower.

Text 3

St. Paul’s Cathedral – is the greatest work of England’s greatest architect, Christopher Wren. The Cathedral was begun in 1675 but was finished only in 1710, when Wren was almost eighty years old. There are memorials to many famous men of England. In the Cathedral.

Text 4

Big Ben is one of the most famous clocks in the world. The English people built the tower and the clock in 1858. The bell weights 13,5 tons. The man in charge of the building was Sir Benjamin Hall. This man was very tall and his friends called him Big Ben. So they called the clock and the Clock Tower of the Houses of Parliament Big Ben.

Text 5

Buckingham Palace

Buckingham Palace is the London home of the Queen. It is a place where the Queen meets important visitors such as kings, queens or presidents from other countries.

Buckingham Palace is the official residence and principal work place of the British monarch. Buckingham Palace is like a small village. There is a police station, a hospital, a bar, two sports clubs, a disco, a cinema, and a swimming pool. There are 600 rooms. About seven thousand people work there. More than 50,000 people visit the Palace every year.

True, false.

1. Hundreds of years ago the Tower was a fortress. T

2. Big Ben is the smallest clock in Britain. F

3. London is the capital of Scotland.

4. William the Conqueror built St. Paul’s Cathedral. F

5. The Tower of London was a prison. T

6. The Tower of London is a museum now. T

7. The West End is the poorest part of London. F

8. Buckingham Palace is the London home of the Queen. T

Writing

Task 3. Complete the sentences.

  1. London is the ___________ of Great Britain.

  2. Its population is about _____ people.

  3. London lies on the banks of the river ___________.

  4. ___________ is the heart of London.

  5. ___________ is part of London where working people live.

Game; “Guess” Match the pictures with the words.

1. Big Ben

2. Buckingham Palace.

3. The Thames

4. St. Paul’s Cathedral.

5. Westminster Abbey

6. The Tower of London

a) 5 b) 2

c) 4 d) 3



e) 1 f) 6

Game: “Playing cards”

On the banks of the river Thames

it is

Big Ben is


8 million people

Buckingham Palace is


There are

St. Paul’s Cathedral is

the City is

the heart of London


London is

The capital of Great Britain

the largest city

a clock

live in London


a home of Queen

a church


many famous buildings in London


London lies






students read the text and discuss , work in poster.

(individual, pair work)

















Conclusion


Hometask

Ex p

Test

1. It has these parts: the City, the West End and the East End

a) New York b) London c) Glasgow

2. What is the London residence of Queen Elizabeth II?

a) the Tower of London b) Windsor Castle c) Buckingham Palace

3.


Evaluation

write home task

evaluate each other









Vocabulary. Match the words with pictures.



  1. Big Ben

  2. Trafalgar Square

  3. The British Museum

  4. Buckingham Palace

  5. Westminster Abbey

  6. The House of Parliament

  7. The Tower of Bridge

  8. Nelson’s Column

  9. London Eye

  1. B)

C d)

e) f)

g) h)

I)













True, false.

1. Hundreds of years ago the Tower was a fortress.

2. Big Ben is the smallest clock in Britain.

3. London is the capital of Scotland.

4. William the Conqueror built St. Paul’s Cathedral.

5. The Tower of London was a prison.

6. The Tower of London is a museum now.

7. The West End is the poorest part of London.

8. Buckingham Palace is the London home of the Queen.



Game: “Playing cards”

On the banks of the river Thames

it is

Big Ben is


8 million people

Buckingham Palace is


There are

St. Paul’s Cathedral is

the City is

the heart of London


London is

The capital of Great Britain

the largest city

a clock

live in London


a home of Queen

a church


many famous buildings in London


London lies



London is the capital of Great Britain. It’s not only the capital of the country, it is a big port, one of the greatest commercial, cultural, political, economic and financial centers in the world. London lies on both banks of the river Thames. Its population is about 8 million people. London is divided into several parts: the City, the West, the East End and Westminster. The City is the busiest part of London. The West End is the richest part of London. The best hotels, shops, restaurants and theatres are situated there. The East End is the poorest part of London. There are a lot of factories there. There are famous buildings such as; Westminster Abbey, the British Museum, Big Ben, Buckingham Palace, the Houses of Parliament, St. Paul’s Cathedral.






































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