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Form: 6

The technological map of the  lesson:

The theme of lesson:

The aim of the lesson:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Visual aids:

The method  of the lesson:

 

 The sightseeing of the countries

 

  1. Speaking  about sightseeing in GB and in our country & in other countries
  2. Developing pupil1s` abilities in speaking & writing English essays, topics and so on & their thinking
  3. Bringing up to be wealthy and love the beauty also to protect them.

       RWCT

RWCT,PISA

The stage of the lesson:   

Teacher`s activity 

The content of the  lesson:

Pupils` activity

  1. Org. moment.
  2. Checking up home task. Review

Dividing into groups

Топ?а б?лу

Today we  will work with group

There are 2 groups

At first I give papers, it`s written English and Kazakh  cites, then they are divided into groups 

  1.  Let`s  begin  our  lesson.

Okay  pupils.  Do you  understand  me?

The   number  one  is  the  1st  group.

The  number  two   is  the 2nd  group.

          You must take your places.

These places for first group.

These places for second group.

  1. Each  groups    must  write  own    rules.

Okay  pupils  look  at  the  blackboard  these  are  our LESSON  RULES  and  you  must  to  learn  by  heart  and  to  know  these:

Our  lesson  rules:

Don`t  be  late!

Listen  to  each  other!

Doing  tasks  on time!

Reading,  Speaking, Writing  in  English!

 

And,  Each  groups  have 

LEADER/ WRITER/ SPEAKER/ TIME-KEEPER

 

  1. New theme; Sightseeing of countries

Speaking about sightseeing . what can you say about sightseeing

 

 

 

 

 

 

  1. Showing the pictures on the blackboard and ask questions about them.

 

 

    

 

  1. Reading the texts about Great Britain and  Kazakhstan

London

Sightseeing tours in London usually start in Trafalgar Square. It`s the centre of London, and I think it`s the best starting point for anybody's tour of the English ‘capital.  Tourists are particularly impressed by the Nelson Column there in the centre of die square. You can see it in many pictures, but you should see it in reality. Imagine, if s 185 feet high.

From Trafalgar Square you can go along down Whitehall and see the Houses of Parliament which stand in Parliament Square. It is a very large square. And no people around, only a tall policeman in the middle. The Houses of Parliament is a tag building that stretches for about 1,000 feet. At one end is the famous Big Ben. Behind is the Thames and Westminster Bridge. Of course, I'd like to mention Westminster Abbey. Westminster Abbey is a beautiful old chapel. It seems that the walls are all made of glass and it is surprising that they can hold a heavy stone ceiling like that. The oldest part of the Abbey is very ancient — it dates back to the 8th century. In the Abbey one sees several tombs that are made of gold and precious stones. Many English kings and queens are buried here. The south side of the Abbey is called die Poets' Comer where many of the most famous English writers are buried: Chaucer, Charles Dickens, Tennyson and Thomas Hardy. Here, too, are memorials to Shakespeare, Byron, Scott, Burns and Thackeray.

                               Almaty

 there in the event you don`t find anyone to guide you in Almaty then a few things you could do on your own. One is a couple of excellent museums. Firstly the Central state museum of Kazakhstan. Its one of the largest in central Asia and well worth a couple of hours. This is only a few miles away from Republic square which is one of the largest in Almaty and there are some impressive monuments. You could then head to the Kazteyev museum of fine art which is also excellent. This musuem is close to Abai street which is one of the main streets in the city. From here if you walk to Dostik and head downwards you will come to Panfilov park where you will find plenty more memorials dedicated to the second world war but even more impressive is the stunning Zenkov cathedral. The park is lovely place just to hang out for an hour or two. From here you will be only minutes away from the Almaty  famous green market and if you still have the energy this is only about 10 mins away from Almaty  principle mosque. It would certainly fill up 9 hours of your day (if you have the day hours) and you would see some of the principle sights.

  1. Rephrase the text.
  2. Compare the sightseeing between two cities

Sightseeing in Kazakhstan

Both cities

Sightsieeng in Almaty 

 

 

 

 

  1. Playing the game

                    Answer the questions .

Who is  never late for school?

Who never cries?

Who is the best    polite pupil?

Who is the best amusing and joinable?

Who is the best modest?

Who is the best honest?

 Pupils find the best  pupil of their form.

 

  1. Draw  a poster. “My ideal village”
  2. Marking
  3. Home task. Writing an essay. “I` m proud of my country”
  4. Conclusion

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Pupils divide into 2 groups.

 

 

 

 

 

They are take places.

 

 

 

 

 

Our  lesson  rules:

Don`t  be  late!

Listen  to  each  other!

Doing  tasks  on  time!

Reading,  Speaking, Writing  in  English!

 

And,  Each  groups  have 

LEADER/ WRITER/ SPEAKER/ TIME-KEEPER

oceans                                                      cities

 

monuments                                             wonderful                                      

                                                                           places

 

 

seas                                       

 

 

                    London

Sightseeing tours in London usually start in Trafalgar Square. Ifs the centre of London, and I think ifs the best starting point for anybody's tour of the English ‘capital.  Tourists are particularly impressed by the Nelson Column there in the centre of die square. You can see it in many pictures, but you should see it in reality. Imagine, if s 185 feet high.

From Trafalgar Square you can go along down Whitehall and see the Houses of Parliament which stand in Parliament Square. It is a very large square. And no people around, only a tall policeman in the middle. The Houses of Parliament is a tag building that stretches for about 1,000 feet. At one end is the famous Big Ben. Behind is the Thames and Westminster Bridge. Of course, I'd like to mention Westminster Abbey. Westminster Abbey is a beautiful old chapel. It seems that the walls are all made of glass and it is surprising that they can hold a heavy stone ceiling like that. The oldest part of the Abbey is very ancient — it dates back to the 8th century. In the Abbey one sees several tombs that are made of gold and precious stones. Many English kings and queens are buried here. The south side of the Abbey is called die Poets' Comer where many of the most famous English writers are buried: Chaucer, Charles Dickens, Tennyson and Thomas Hardy. Here, too, are memorials to Shakespeare, Byron, Scott, Burns and Thackeray.

                               Almaty

 there in the event you don`t find anyone to guide you in Almaty then a few things you could do on your own. One is a couple of excellent museums. Firstly the Central state museum of Kazakhstan. Its one of the largest in central Asia and well worth a couple of hours. This is only a few miles away from Republic square which is one of the largest in Almaty and there are some impressive monuments. You could then head to the Kazteyev museum of fine art which is also excellent. This musuem is close to Abai street which is one of the main streets in the city. From here if you walk to Dostik and head downwards you will come to Panfilov park where you will find plenty more memorials dedicated to the second world war but even more impressive is the stunning Zenkov cathedral. The park is lovely place just to hang out for an hour or two. From here you will be only minutes away from the Almaty  famous green market and if you still have the energy this is only about 10 mins away from Almaty  principle mosque. It would certainly fill up 9 hours of your day (if you have the day hours) and you would see some of the principle sights.

Pupils compare two cities

 

Sightseeing in Kazakhstan

Both cities

Sightsieeng in Almaty 

 

 

 

Playing the game     Answer the questions .

Who is  never late for school?

Who never cries?

Who is the best    polite pupil?

Who is the best amusing and joinable?

Who is the best modest?

Who is the best honest?

 Pupils find the best  pupil of their form.

 

Draw  a poster. “My ideal village”

 

 

 

 

 

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The date of the lesson: 27.01.15

Form: 6

The technological map of the lesson:

The theme of lesson:


The aim of the lesson:








Visual aids:

The method of the lesson:


The sightseeing of the countries


  1. Speaking about sightseeing in GB and in our country & in other countries

  2. Developing pupil1s` abilities in speaking & writing English essays, topics and so on & their thinking

  3. Bringing up to be wealthy and love the beauty also to protect them.

RWCT

RWCT,PISA

The stage of the lesson:

Teacher`s activity

The content of the lesson:

Pupils` activity

  1. Org. moment.

  2. Checking up home task. Review

Dividing into groups

Топқа бөлу

Today we will work with group

There are 2 groups

At first I give papers, it`s written English and Kazakh cites, then they are divided into groups

  1. Let`s begin our lesson.

Okay pupils. Do you understand me?

The number one is the 1st group.

The number two is the 2nd group.

You must take your places.

These places for first group.

These places for second group.

  1. Each groups must write own rules.

Okay pupils look at the blackboard these are our LESSON RULES and you must to learn by heart and to know these:

Our lesson rules:

Don`t be late!

Listen to each other!

Doing tasks on time!

Reading, Speaking, Writing in English!



And, Each groups have

LEADER/ WRITER/ SPEAKER/ TIME-KEEPER


  1. New theme; Sightseeing of countries

Speaking about sightseeing . what can you say about sightseeing

sightseeing








  1. Showing the pictures on the blackboard and ask questions about them.


Sightseeing in GB

Sightseeing in Kazakhstan

  1. Reading the texts about Great Britain and Kazakhstan

London

Sightseeing tours in London usually start in Trafalgar Square. It`s the centre of London, and I think it`s the best starting point for anybody's tour of the English ‘capital. Tourists are particularly impressed by the Nelson Column there in the centre of die square. You can see it in many pictures, but you should see it in reality. Imagine, if s 185 feet high.

From Trafalgar Square you can go along down Whitehall and see the Houses of Parliament which stand in Parliament Square. It is a very large square. And no people around, only a tall policeman in the middle. The Houses of Parliament is a tag building that stretches for about 1,000 feet. At one end is the famous Big Ben. Behind is the Thames and Westminster Bridge. Of course, I'd like to mention Westminster Abbey. Westminster Abbey is a beautiful old chapel. It seems that the walls are all made of glass and it is surprising that they can hold a heavy stone ceiling like that. The oldest part of the Abbey is very ancient — it dates back to the 8th century. In the Abbey one sees several tombs that are made of gold and precious stones. Many English kings and queens are buried here. The south side of the Abbey is called die Poets' Comer where many of the most famous English writers are buried: Chaucer, Charles Dickens, Tennyson and Thomas Hardy. Here, too, are memorials to Shakespeare, Byron, Scott, Burns and Thackeray.

Almaty

there in the event you don`t find anyone to guide you in Almaty then a few things you could do on your own. One is a couple of excellent museums. Firstly the Central state museum of Kazakhstan. Its one of the largest in central Asia and well worth a couple of hours. This is only a few miles away from Republic square which is one of the largest in Almaty and there are some impressive monuments. You could then head to the Kazteyev museum of fine art which is also excellent. This musuem is close to Abai street which is one of the main streets in the city. From here if you walk to Dostik and head downwards you will come to Panfilov park where you will find plenty more memorials dedicated to the second world war but even more impressive is the stunning Zenkov cathedral. The park is lovely place just to hang out for an hour or two. From here you will be only minutes away from the Almaty famous green market and if you still have the energy this is only about 10 mins away from Almaty principle mosque. It would certainly fill up 9 hours of your day (if you have the day hours) and you would see some of the principle sights.

  1. Rephrase the text.

  2. Compare the sightseeing between two cities

Sightseeing in Kazakhstan

Both cities

Sightsieeng in Almaty





  1. Playing the game

Answer the questions .

Who is never late for school?

Who never cries?

Who is the best polite pupil?

Who is the best amusing and joinable?

Who is the best modest?

Who is the best honest?

Pupils find the best pupil of their form.


  1. Draw a poster. “My ideal village”

  2. Marking

  3. Home task. Writing an essay. “I` m proud of my country”

  4. Conclusion










Pupils divide into 2 groups.






They are take places.






Our lesson rules:

Don`t be late!

Listen to each other!

Doing tasks on time!

Reading, Speaking, Writing in English!


And, Each groups have

LEADER/ WRITER/ SPEAKER/ TIME-KEEPER

oceans cities

sightseeing






monuments wonderful

places


seas



London

Sightseeing tours in London usually start in Trafalgar Square. Ifs the centre of London, and I think ifs the best starting point for anybody's tour of the English ‘capital. Tourists are particularly impressed by the Nelson Column there in the centre of die square. You can see it in many pictures, but you should see it in reality. Imagine, if s 185 feet high.

From Trafalgar Square you can go along down Whitehall and see the Houses of Parliament which stand in Parliament Square. It is a very large square. And no people around, only a tall policeman in the middle. The Houses of Parliament is a tag building that stretches for about 1,000 feet. At one end is the famous Big Ben. Behind is the Thames and Westminster Bridge. Of course, I'd like to mention Westminster Abbey. Westminster Abbey is a beautiful old chapel. It seems that the walls are all made of glass and it is surprising that they can hold a heavy stone ceiling like that. The oldest part of the Abbey is very ancient — it dates back to the 8th century. In the Abbey one sees several tombs that are made of gold and precious stones. Many English kings and queens are buried here. The south side of the Abbey is called die Poets' Comer where many of the most famous English writers are buried: Chaucer, Charles Dickens, Tennyson and Thomas Hardy. Here, too, are memorials to Shakespeare, Byron, Scott, Burns and Thackeray.

Almaty

there in the event you don`t find anyone to guide you in Almaty then a few things you could do on your own. One is a couple of excellent museums. Firstly the Central state museum of Kazakhstan. Its one of the largest in central Asia and well worth a couple of hours. This is only a few miles away from Republic square which is one of the largest in Almaty and there are some impressive monuments. You could then head to the Kazteyev museum of fine art which is also excellent. This musuem is close to Abai street which is one of the main streets in the city. From here if you walk to Dostik and head downwards you will come to Panfilov park where you will find plenty more memorials dedicated to the second world war but even more impressive is the stunning Zenkov cathedral. The park is lovely place just to hang out for an hour or two. From here you will be only minutes away from the Almaty famous green market and if you still have the energy this is only about 10 mins away from Almaty principle mosque. It would certainly fill up 9 hours of your day (if you have the day hours) and you would see some of the principle sights.

Pupils compare two cities


Sightseeing in Kazakhstan

Both cities

Sightsieeng in Almaty




Playing the game Answer the questions .

Who is never late for school?

Who never cries?

Who is the best polite pupil?

Who is the best amusing and joinable?

Who is the best modest?

Who is the best honest?

Pupils find the best pupil of their form.


Draw a poster. “My ideal village”












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