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Урок по английскому языку в 6 классе для проведения недели английского языка с использованием интерактивной доски по теме: «Интересные места Лондона»

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Урок по английскому языку в 6 классе для проведения недели английского языка с использованием интерактивной доски. 

Тема: Интересные места Лондона.

Преподаватель: Мячина Елена Анатольевна

Предмет - английский язык

Класс -6

Образовательное учреждение МБОУ СОШ №1

Авторский медиапродукт - презентация 24 слайда (для интерактивной доски)

Необходимое оборудование: интерактивная доска.

Целесообразность использования медиапродукта на занятии:

  • недостаточное количество иллюстративного материала в учебнике и методическом пособии (нет определенных иллюстраций)
  • Интенсификация учебно-воспитательного процесса (увеличение количества предлагаемой информации, возможность расширения кругозора учащихся по данной теме)
  • Повышение учебной мотивации и развитие наглядно-образного мышления.

Урок предлагает детям знакомство с наиболее интересными местами Лондона, рассказывает об истории этих мест, дает подробное их описание. Дети так же знакомятся с частями Лондона и их основным предназначением. После просмотра слайдов, у детей есть возможность восстановить просмотренный материал в памяти, путем выполнения викторины с множествееным выбором ответов. Материал представлен очень красочно и поэтому легко запоминается.

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«Урок по английскому языку в 6 классе»




Урок по английскому языку в 6 классе

для проведения нестандартного урока для недели английского языка с использованием интерактивной доски по теме:

«Интересные места Лондона»


Преподаватель – Мячина Елена Анатольевна

ПредметАнглийский язык

ТемаInteresting places of London.

Продолжительность занятия – 45 минут

Класс – 6

Образовательное учреждение – МБОУ СОШ №1


Авторский медиапродукт – Презентация 21 слайд (для интерактивной доски)


Необходимое оборудование и материалы для занятия:

  1. Интерактивная доска .


Структура медиапродукта:


слайда

Содержание слайда

1

Тема и цели урока.

№ 2

Карта Соединенного королевства Великобритании и Северной Ирландии.

№ 3

Подготовка к чтению текста. Проблемный вопрос. Лексика.

№ 4

Текст «Лондон»

№ 5-№ 16

Достопримечательности Лондона

№ 17-№ 23

Викторина.

№ 24

Домашнее задание.



Целесообразность использования медиапродукта на занятии:


  • Недостаточное количество иллюстративного материала в учебно-методическом пособии (нет определенных иллюстраций);

  • Интенсификация учебно-воспитательного процесса (увеличение количества предлагаемой информации, возможность расширения знаний учащихся по предложенной теме, уменьшение времени подачи материала, эффективность выполнения упражнений увеличивается в несколько раз);

  • Повышение учебной мотивации и развития наглядно-образного мышления;

  • Формирование системности и целостности в знаниях, умениях и навыках обучающихся по английскому языку при использовании информационно-коммуникационных технологий.





Задачи урока:


Образовательные:

  • Повторить лексические единицы по теме;

  • Формировать навык чтения с полным и детальным пониманием текста;


Развивающие:

  • Развивать интеллектуальные способности (мышление, внимание, память, языковая догадка);

  • Развивать наглядно-образное мышление и зрительное восприятие;

  • Развивать умение систематизировать полученные знания.


Воспитательные:

  • Воспитывать уважение к истории и культуре страны изучаемого языка;

  • Воспитывать умение сотрудничества при работе в группе.


Ход урока



  1. Организационный момент. Приветствие.


Учитель здоровается с классом: Good morning, boys and girls! Glad to see you. Sit down, please What date is it today? Who’s absent today? (слайд №1)

  1. Разминка.


Учащиеся рассматривают карту Соединенного Королевства, вспоминают названия стран, из которых оно состоит, а так же символ каждой страны. (слайд №2)


  1. Подготовка к чтению текста.


Учитель спрашивает, что дети знают о Лондоне.

Для высказывания повторяется лексика (слайд №3)


Дети составляют предложения о Лондоне.


  1. Чтение текста.


Учитель предлагает прочитать текст «Лондон» и сказать, что обозначают выделенные слова в тексте. (слайд №4)


  1. Знакомство с основными достопримечательностями Лондона.


Учитель показывает слайды основных достопримечательностей Лондона.

Дети читают описание каждой из них. (слайд №5-16)


  1. Выполнение викторины.


Дети делятся на группы и выполняют задания викторины с каждого последующего слайда – сразу озвучивая ответы и зарабатывая баллы за каждый правильный ответ.

(слайд №17-23)


Ответы на вопросы викторины.

Задание 1.

  1. West End

  2. Downing Street,10

  3. Clock Tower in the Houses of Parlament

  1. Подведение итогов выполнения викторины.


Подсчитываются количество баллов в каждой группе и выставляются оценки за работу в соответствии с набранными балами.


  1. Домашнее задание.


Детям предлагается создать презентацию о достопримечательностях Москвы на английском языке.

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Interesting places of London.  Aim of the lesson : to develop pupils skills and habits of reading,  writing and speaking.  Speaking about some interesting places of London. Visual aids: pictures, table, cards, textbook.  I. Org. moment : Good morning pupils!  Good morning.  Sit down.  Who’s absent today?  What date is it today?  Let’s begin our lesson. The theme of the lesson is “ Interesting places  of London ”.  II. Review words (lexis).  Country, capital, old city, a huge port, is situated, population, part, sights, interesting, to know, service, clock bell, residence, palace, built, squares, statue, museums, theatres, galleries, well-known, famous, century, beautiful churches, was founded, literary part of the city, place to visit, chopping centre, wide street, feed the pigeons, to enjoy, nice squares, the city of London, the West End, the East End.

Interesting places of London.

Aim of the lesson : to develop pupils skills and habits of reading,

writing and speaking.

Speaking about some interesting places of London.

Visual aids: pictures, table, cards, textbook.

I. Org. moment : Good morning pupils!

Good morning.

Sit down.

Who’s absent today?

What date is it today?

Let’s begin our lesson. The theme of the lesson is “ Interesting places

of London ”.

II. Review words (lexis).

Country, capital, old city, a huge port, is situated, population, part, sights, interesting, to know, service, clock bell, residence, palace, built, squares, statue, museums, theatres, galleries, well-known, famous, century, beautiful churches, was founded, literary part of the city, place to visit, chopping centre, wide street, feed the pigeons, to enjoy, nice squares, the city of London, the West End, the East End.

III. Look at the map!

III. Look at the map!

What do you know about London?    country, capital, old city, a huge port, population, part, sights, service, clock bell, residence, palace, squares, statue, museums, theatres, galleries, century, churches, literary part of the city, place to visit, chopping centre, wide street, nice squares, the city of London, the west end, the east end.   interesting, well-known, famous, beautiful.   built, is situated, to know, was founded, feed the pigeons, to enjoy.

What do you know about London? country, capital, old city, a huge port, population, part, sights, service, clock bell, residence, palace, squares, statue, museums, theatres, galleries, century, churches, literary part of the city, place to visit, chopping centre, wide street, nice squares, the city of London, the west end, the east end. interesting, well-known, famous, beautiful. built, is situated, to know, was founded, feed the pigeons, to enjoy.

Read the text “London ”    London is one of the most interesting places in the world. London is the capital of England. It is the biggest city in Britain and its political, economic and cultural centre. It is one of the largest cities in the world and in Europe. It is very old city. London is not only a capital of the country, it is also a huge port. London is situated on the both banks of the river Thames . a) London stands on the river Thames. There are 17 bridges across the river. The population of London is about 9 million people. London has got three parts: the City of London , the West End , the East End . b) The City of London is the oldest part of London and the heart of London. Numerous banks, offices and firms are situated there. You can see narrow streets and pavements there.  But the city is also a market for goods from all parts of the world. The City of London is the financial centre of the United Kingdom . c) The West End is the centre of London. There are many sights in the West End. They are, for example Houses of Parliament with Big Ben .

Read the text “London ”

London is one of the most interesting places in the world. London is the capital of England. It is the biggest city in Britain and its political, economic and cultural centre. It is one of the largest cities in the world and in Europe. It is very old city. London is not only a capital of the country, it is also a huge port. London is situated on the both banks of the river Thames .

a) London stands on the river Thames. There are 17 bridges across the river. The population of London is about 9 million people. London has got three parts: the City of London , the West End , the East End .

b) The City of London is the oldest part of London and the heart of London. Numerous banks, offices and firms are situated there. You can see narrow streets and pavements there.

But the city is also a market for goods from all parts of the world. The City of London is the financial centre of the United Kingdom .

c) The West End is the centre of London. There are many sights in the West End. They are, for example Houses of Parliament with Big Ben .

BIG BEN  Big Ben is the biggest clock in Britain. The largest clock is Big Ben. You can hear the sound of Big Ben every hour in London. Big Ben is the name of the clock and it is the bell of the clock tower of the Houses of Parliament. The clock and the bell got their names after Sir Benjamin Hall. He was a tall man, whose nickname was Big Ben. So people know the clock as Big Ben.

BIG BEN

Big Ben is the biggest clock in Britain. The largest clock is Big Ben. You can hear the sound of Big Ben every hour in London. Big Ben is the name of the clock and it is the bell of the clock tower of the Houses of Parliament. The clock and the bell got their names after Sir Benjamin Hall. He was a tall man, whose nickname was Big Ben. So people know the clock as Big Ben.

Official London residence of Queen is Buckingham Palace. It was built in 18 th century. There are many nice squares in London. The Queen of England lives in Buckingham Palace . It is a wonderful building with a monument in front of it which is the Queen Victoria Memorial .

Official London residence of Queen is Buckingham Palace. It was built in 18 th century. There are many nice squares in London. The Queen of England lives in Buckingham Palace . It is a wonderful building with a monument in front of it which is the Queen Victoria Memorial .

TRAFALGAR SQUARE Trafalgar Square is one of them and it is it the centre of West End. We can see the statue of Lord Nelson in the middle of this square. There are many museums, libraries and galleries in London. Tate gallery is one of well-known galleries in London. It is the most beautiful place in London. d) The East End of London is a district for the working people. There are many factories, workshops, docks there. We can say that the City is the money of London. The West End is the goods of London. The East End is the hands of London.

TRAFALGAR SQUARE

Trafalgar Square is one of them and it is it the centre of West End. We can see the statue of Lord

Nelson in the middle of this square. There are many museums, libraries and galleries in London. Tate

gallery is one of well-known galleries in London. It is the most beautiful place in London.

d) The East End of London is a district for the working people. There are many factories, workshops,

docks there. We can say that the City is the money of London. The West End is the goods of London.

The East End is the hands of London.

TOWER OF LONDON  The Tower of London was a fortress, a palace, a prison and the King’s Zoo. Now it is the museum. You can see a lot of interesting things in the halls of the White Tower. William the Conquer built it in the 11 th century. There are always black ravens in the tower of London. People keep them in the tower of London and look after them very well as they believe that London will be rich while ravens live there.

TOWER OF LONDON

The Tower of London was a fortress, a palace, a prison and the King’s Zoo. Now it is the museum. You can see a lot of interesting things in the halls of the White Tower. William the Conquer built it in the 11 th century. There are always black ravens in the tower of London. People keep them in the tower of London and look after them very well as they believe that London will be rich while ravens live there.

LONDON BRIDGE  The River Thames has always been part of London’s history. In Roman 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 the 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 many new bridges in London. Now there are more than twenty bridges over the Thames.

LONDON BRIDGE

The River Thames has always been part of London’s history. In Roman 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 the 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 many new bridges in London. Now there are more than twenty bridges over the Thames.

One of the greatest English churches is St. Paul’s Cathedral is not far from the Tower of London. The famous English architect Sir Christopher Wren [ren] built it in the 17 th century after the Great Fire St. PAUL’S CATHEDRALL

One of the greatest English churches is St. Paul’s Cathedral is not far from the Tower of London. The famous English architect Sir Christopher Wren [ren] built it in the 17 th century after the Great Fire

St. PAUL’S CATHEDRALL

Here we can see the National Gallery which is one of the best picture galleries of the world. Every day many tourists visit this fine building with tall columns.  NATIONAL GALERY

Here we can see the National Gallery which is one of the best picture galleries of the world. Every day many tourists visit this fine building with tall columns.

NATIONAL GALERY

Westminster abbey is one of the most and beautiful churches in London. It is more than 900 years old. There are so many monuments and statues there. Many English kings and queens are buried there. Westminster Abbey is famous for the Poet’s Corner. Many great writers are buried there: Charles Dickens and Rudyard Kipling. The Abbey with its two tall towers is really wonderful WESTMINSTER ABBEY

Westminster abbey is one of the most and beautiful churches in London. It is more than 900 years old. There are so many monuments and statues there. Many English kings and queens are buried there. Westminster Abbey is famous for the Poet’s Corner. Many great writers are buried there: Charles Dickens and Rudyard Kipling. The Abbey with its two tall towers is really wonderful

WESTMINSTER ABBEY

The HOUSE of PARLIAMENT  There are many sights in the West End. There are the Houses of Parliament . It is a long grey building with towers

The HOUSE of PARLIAMENT

There are many sights in the West End. There are the Houses of Parliament . It is a long grey building with towers

DOWNING STREET, 10 British Prime Minister lives at number 10 Downing Street .

DOWNING STREET, 10

British Prime Minister lives at number 10 Downing Street .

You can find many old and new beautiful parks in the city. The largest Park in London is Hyde Park . It is one of the most popular parks of Londoners on hot summer days. There are many other pleasant parks and green squares there too. HYDE PARK

You can find many old and new beautiful parks in the city. The largest Park in London is Hyde Park . It is one of the most popular parks of Londoners on hot summer days. There are many other pleasant parks and green squares there too.

HYDE PARK

Oxford Street  There are about 10 thousand streets in London. Most of them are not very wide. You can see many shops in London. Oxford street is London’s main shopping centre. You can buy clothes shoes in it. People from all over the world shop in Oxford street.

Oxford Street There are about 10 thousand streets in London. Most of them are not very wide. You can see many shops in London. Oxford street is London’s main shopping centre. You can buy clothes shoes in it. People from all over the world shop in Oxford street.

Quiz 1 Read answer the questions:  1. What is the political centre of London?  2. Where does the British Prime Minister live?  3. What is Big Ben?  4. Yow many bridges are there in London?  5. Where is Westminster Abbey?  6. Where does the Queen of England live?

Quiz

1 Read answer the questions:

1. What is the political centre of London?

2. Where does the British Prime Minister live?

3. What is Big Ben?

4. Yow many bridges are there in London?

5. Where is Westminster Abbey?

6. Where does the Queen of England live?

2 . Read the beginning of the sentence in A and find its end in B:  A  B 1. The Tower of London is place to see in London   the ……….. 2. The Trafalgar Square is place to have breakfast. a usual ………… 3. The National Gallery place to walk.   is the………. 4. The country road along the river is a wonderful ………… place to visit.   5. My small kitchen is a place to have demonstration. nice ………… 3 True, false, don’t know.  1. The Tower of London was built in 20 th century.  2. Westminster Abbey is a beautiful tower in London.  3. The centre of London is Trafalgar Square.  4. The Tower of London is a Prison now.  5. The largest clock is Big Ben.  6. British Prime Minister lives at Downing street 10.

2 . Read the beginning of the sentence in A and find its end in B:

A

B

1. The Tower of London is

place to see in London

 

the ………..

2. The Trafalgar Square is

place to have breakfast.

a usual …………

3. The National Gallery

place to walk.

 

is the……….

4. The country road along the river is a wonderful …………

place to visit.

 

5. My small kitchen is a

place to have demonstration.

nice …………

3 True, false, don’t know. 1. The Tower of London was built in 20 th century. 2. Westminster Abbey is a beautiful tower in London. 3. The centre of London is Trafalgar Square. 4. The Tower of London is a Prison now. 5. The largest clock is Big Ben. 6. British Prime Minister lives at Downing street 10.

4 Complete the sentences.   1. Shopping centre in London …….  2. The largest park in London …….  3. One of the biggest city in Britain ………  4. William Conqueror became ……..  5. The tower of London ………  6. One of the greatest English churches ……….  7. It was built an English architect …………  8. The centre of London ………..  9. One of the best picture galleries ………  10. The queen of England lives ………..

4 Complete the sentences.

1. Shopping centre in London …….

2. The largest park in London …….

3. One of the biggest city in Britain ………

4. William Conqueror became ……..

5. The tower of London ………

6. One of the greatest English churches ……….

7. It was built an English architect …………

8. The centre of London ………..

9. One of the best picture galleries ………

10. The queen of England lives ………..

5 Fill in the blanks with correct prepositions.   1. The population of London is _____________ 8 million. 2. London is situated ______________ the booth banks ____________ the River Thames. 3. Today _____________ its full extent Greater London covers 625 square miles. 4. Traditionally London is divided ______________ several parts. 5. The City is the heart _______________ London. 6. It is the financial centre ________________ UK _______________ many banks, offices and  Stock Exchange. 7. Oxford Street _______________ the West End is the endless shopping area which attracts  visitors ______________ all over _______________ the world. 8. There are a lot ______________ factories and docks in the East End. 9. The East End is populated ____________ working class families.

5 Fill in the blanks with correct prepositions.

1. The population of London is _____________ 8 million.

2. London is situated ______________ the booth banks ____________ the River Thames.

3. Today _____________ its full extent Greater London covers 625 square miles.

4. Traditionally London is divided ______________ several parts.

5. The City is the heart _______________ London.

6. It is the financial centre ________________ UK _______________ many banks, offices and

Stock Exchange.

7. Oxford Street _______________ the West End is the endless shopping area which attracts

visitors ______________ all over _______________ the world.

8. There are a lot ______________ factories and docks in the East End.

9. The East End is populated ____________ working class families.

6 Test. Make the write choice:   1. The Union Jack is ………. a) the flag of the UK c) the flag of Wales b) the flag of Scotland d) the flag of England 2. The British Prime Minister lives at ……….. a) 12 Whitehall c) 7 Russell Street d) 15 Oxford Street b) 10 Downing Street 3. Whitehall is ……. c) a white palace near Trafalgar Square; a) a street leading from Trafalgar Square to the Houses of Parliament; b) a big hall in the centre of London; d) the palace where the Queen lives in summer. 4. The Great Fire of London broke out in ……. a) 1066 c) 1106 b) 1766 d) 1666 5. Sir Christopher Wren built …… a) Buckingham Palace c) St Paul’s Cathedral b) Westminster Abbey d) the Tower of London

6 Test. Make the write choice:

1. The Union Jack is ……….

a) the flag of the UK

c) the flag of Wales

b) the flag of Scotland

d) the flag of England

2. The British Prime Minister lives at ………..

a) 12 Whitehall

c) 7 Russell Street

d) 15 Oxford Street

b) 10 Downing Street

3. Whitehall is …….

c) a white palace near Trafalgar Square;

a) a street leading from Trafalgar Square to the Houses of Parliament;

b) a big hall in the centre of London;

d) the palace where the Queen lives in summer.

4. The Great Fire of London broke out in …….

a) 1066

c) 1106

b) 1766

d) 1666

5. Sir Christopher Wren built ……

a) Buckingham Palace

c) St Paul’s Cathedral

b) Westminster Abbey

d) the Tower of London

6. The National Gallery is in ……. a) Piccadilly Circus c) Trafalgar Square d) Leicester Square b) Parliament Square 7. Westminster is a . . . centre of London. c) business a) cultural d) industrial b) political 8. Great Britain is separated from the continent by . . b) the Irish Sea a) the Pacific Ocean d) the English Channel c) the Bristol Channel 9. Britain’s population is more than . . . million people. a) 56 b) 5.6 c) 560 d) 7 10. There are many farmlands in Britain, especially in the . . . of the country. a) north b) south c) west d) east

6. The National Gallery is in …….

a) Piccadilly Circus

c) Trafalgar Square

d) Leicester Square

b) Parliament Square

7. Westminster is a . . . centre of London.

c) business

a) cultural

d) industrial

b) political

8. Great Britain is separated from the continent by . .

b) the Irish Sea

a) the Pacific Ocean

d) the English Channel

c) the Bristol Channel

9. Britain’s population is more than . . . million people.

a) 56

b) 5.6

c) 560

d) 7

10. There are many farmlands in Britain, especially in the . . . of the country.

a) north

b) south

c) west

d) east

11. The head of State in Britain is . . . a) the Prime Minister c) the Queen b) the President d) the Speaker 12. 650 Members of the House of Commons are elected every . . . years. a) 2 d) 4 b) 3 c) 5 7 Making up crossword: L O N D O N

11. The head of State in Britain is . . .

a) the Prime Minister

c) the Queen

b) the President

d) the Speaker

12. 650 Members of the House of Commons are elected every . . . years.

a) 2

d) 4

b) 3

c) 5

7 Making up crossword:

L

O

N

D

O

N

Homework:  make a presentation about interesting places of moscow

Homework: make a presentation about interesting places of moscow


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Целевая аудитория: 6 класс.
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Автор: Мячина Елена Анатольевна

Дата: 11.01.2015

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