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Open lesson on theme

“ The USA is a Republic

holed by Salomova Khursand Ibragimovna- English teacher of specialized school 5 of Gijduvan district Bukhara region

The theme of the lesson.
The USA is a Republic.

The aim of the lesson.

a) to talk about the USA.

b) to develop or all speech.

c) to teach pupils like geography and history.

d) to teach pupils be hardworking.

e) to teach pupils love their Native Land.

The equipment of the lesson.

the map of the USA, National flag and Emblem of the USA sightseeing of the USA.

The time table of the lesson.


Org. moment

2 minutes


Interrogation of last theme

6 minutes


New theme

20 minutes


Fastening of the lesson

10 minutes



2 minutes

The motion of the lesson.

I Org. moment. To listen on duty`s report and ask some questions to pupils.

1) What can you tell about last news in Uzbekistan and in the world?

2) What holiday do we celebrate in winter?

3) What is your favourite winter holiday and why?

4) What holidays do Americans celebrate in winter?

T he 8th of December is a Constitution Day of the Republic of Uzbekistan

T he 25th of December is a Christmas day in America and England.

The 1st of January is our favorite holiday New Year Day.

The 14th of January is a Defenders of Motherland day.

The 9th of February is a birthday of Alisher Navoi.

The 14th of February is a birthday of Z.M. Bobur.

The 14th of February is a Valentine Day in America and England

Teacher: Who can tell me what kind of books were written by our President last years?

Pupil: Last years were written many books by president, two of them are “High spirituality-invisible power” and the second book is about defender the Uzbekiston from world crisis.

II. Interrogation of the last theme. Teacher: What was your homework for today? Pupil 1: Our homework was to ... Teacher: Ok. Let`s check your home task.

III. New theme. Dear my pupils today we`ll talk about the United States of America. You have heard a lot about the USA and you know many informations about this country. I want ask you some questions to check your knowledge. Imagine that you`re Americans and

1) What is the area of the US A?

Pupil 1: The USA is large country. Its area is only a little smaller than the area of Europe.

2) What is its population ?

Pupil 2: As to population it is the fourth largest country in the World. About 239 mln people live there.

3) How is called the flag of the US A?

P upil 3: The flag of the USA is called "Stars and stripes". The 50 stars white on a blue field represent the 50 states and the 13 stripes represent 13 original English colonies, which in 1776 became free and independent of England.

4)When do Americans celebrate their Independent Day?

Pupil 4: Americans celebrate their Independent Day on July 4

5) What is the capital of the USA ? And why is it called so?

Pupil 5: The capital of the USA is Washington. It was named in honor of the first President whose name was George Washington.

6)Howe many states are there in the USA?

Pupil 6: The USA consist of 50 states.

New words.

Legislative- qonun chiqaruvchi

Executive- ijro etuvchi

Judicial- sudga oid; adolatli

Welcome to the USA!

Tour America invites you on a tour of the USA. The USA is a big country - more than 9 and a half million square kilometers. There is a lot you can do and see! And there are a lot of friendly people you can meet. The population is approximately 264112 million people! There are many nationalities including English,, German, Spanish and Uzbek! The capital of the USA is Washington. Visit Washington and see the President" s home and office - the White House.

If you like swimming, sailing or fishing, you are lucky. To the east of the USA is the Atlantic Ocean and to the west is the Pacific Ocean. And there are many big rivers in the USA: the Mississippi, the Colorado and the Saint Lawrence, for example. If you want to relax you can visit the Great Lakes in the north. If you are fit, you can go climbing in the Rocky Mountains. They are more than 4, 000 meters high! You can take a tent and cook your meals on a campfire. And if you want more, the USA has borders with Canada to the north and with Mexico to the south. Don't delay. Phone us today for a dream holiday. See you soon in the USA.




264 1/2 million approx



9l/2 million sq. km.



Colorado - 2,330 km. Mississippi - 3,780km.



The Rocky Mountains -more than 4,000 m.

The Anthem of the USA

Oh, say, can you see, the dawn s early light

What so proudly we hailed at the twilight s last gleaming?

Whose broad stripes and bright stars, thro the perilous fight,

O er the ramparts we watched, were so gallantly streaming.

A nd the rocket s red glare, the bombs bursting in air,

Gave proof through the night that our flag was still there.

Oh, say, does that star-spangled banner yet wave

O er the land of the free and the home of the brave?

On the shore dimly seen, thro the mists of the deep,

Where the foe s haughty host in dread silence reposes,

What is that which the breeze, o er the towering steep,

As it fitfully blows, half conceals, half discloses?

Now it catches the gleam of the morning s first beam,

In fully glory reflected, now shines on the stream:

This the star-spangled banner: oh, long may it wave

O er the land of the free and the home of the brave.

And where is that band who so dauntingly swore

That the havoc of war and the battle s confusion

A home and a country should leave us no more!

Their blood has vanished out their foul footsteps pollution. ,

No refuge could save the hireling and slave

From the terror of flight, or the gloom of the grave:

And the star-spangled banner in triumph doth wave

O er the land of the free and the home of the brave!

Oh, thus be it ever when freemen shall stand.

Between their loved home and the war s desolation:

Blest with victory and peace, may the heavy n-rescued land

Praise the Power that has made and preserved us a nation.

Then conquer we must, when our cause it is just.

And this be our motto: "In God is our trust".

And the star-spangled banner in triumph shall wave

O er the land of the free and the home of the brave. :

Teacher: Very good. Now open your books on page 50 and do exercise

1a. You must answer the question.

1a Look and answer.






The President

Supreme Court

Federal District Court

What kind of state is the USA?

What is the legislative branch of the country?

What is the executive branch of the country?

How many courts does the judicial branch consist of?

Teacher: now pupils let`s remember the Present Passive and play the game "Domino".

The/ house/ is /built/ by /builders.

This/ letter /is /written /with/a/ pencil.

My/ dress/ is /sewed /with /a /needle.

This/ letter /is /written/ by/ my/ brother.

Teacher: Pupils listen to the text about Statue of Liberty and answer

my questions.


Most foreign visitors come to New York first and this is where they meet the USA. New York has always been the gateway to the USA, but it is more than just a door it is also a window through which the life of the whole nation may be observed.

New York, the nation's largest city and richest port, is a national leader in business, finance, communications, the arts.

A s you walk about New York you will get much additional information about the history, economic geography, literature, art, and music of the country as a whole.

You can get to New York by sea or by air. It has several airports serving both international and domestic lines.

The New York Bay at the mouth of the Hudson River was first seen by an Italian navigator, Giovanni de Verrasano in 1525 and a century later, in 1609, it was explored by Captain Henry Hudson, who discovered the Hudson River and Manhattan Island. In 1664 the British fleet Und Duke of York arrived there and the place got a name New York. Before that it was named New Amsterdam. One of the places of interest of the city is Liberty Island with the bronze Statue of Liberty, presented to the United States by France in 1886 o (commemorate the hundredth anniversary of American independence).

The statue is 152 feet (about 50 meters) high and stands on a pedestal of almost the same height. Its torch towers about 200 feet

(60 meters) above the harbor and can be seen at night for many miles. A new American Museum of Immigration is opened at the base of the statue.

IV. Fastening the lesson. Pupils I want you do exercises 2a and 2b given on page 50. What sightseeing of the USA do you know?

2a Copy and complete the table.


Official name


State Structure

Head Branch of government

Constitution adopted



Oliy Majlis

United States of America

Federal Republic


2 b. Work in groups. Answer the questions. Use the table in 2a to help you.

1 What is similar in the state structure of Uzbekistan and the state structure of theUSA

2 What is-different?

e.g. The US government has the same branches as Uzbekistan has.

The adoption date of the US Constitution is different from Uzbekistan's.

V. Homework. Pupils thank for your taking part at our English

lesson as Americans.

Your homework will be write a leaflet about your English club.

Get your Mark ...
Our English is over. Good bye!
Pupils: Good bye!

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Предмет: Английский язык

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Целевая аудитория: 7 класс

Open lesson on theme''The USA is a Republic''

Автор: Salomova Khursand Ibragimovna

Дата: 03.04.2020

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