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7-sinflar uchun Unit 8. Lesson 1
We are going to Britain

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Date_____ Form_____ Subject: English

Theme: We are going to Britain


Educational: - to practise talking about the political structure of Great Britain

- to introduce the Present Passive in the affirmative form

Developing: - to practise reading and listening for main ideas

Socio-cultural: - to practise working with a map

Up bringing: - to enrich pupils’ knowledge of our tradition and nation

Learning outcomes: At the end of the lesson pupils will be able to talk about the political structure of Great Britain; use the Present Passive in the affirmative form

Competence: SC1, FLCC, and PC

Type of the lesson: Mixed, group work, pair-work, individual work

Method of the lesson: nontraditional, mixed

Equipment of the lesson: Textbook “Fly High 7”, pictures, internet, computers, projector


Part of the lesson






-to greet pupils.

- to check up the register

5 min


Repeating last lesson

- to give pupils some questions about last lesson. – to ask words from previous lesson

5 min


Explaining new theme

- to explain to pupils new vocabulary and theme

20 min


Consolidating new theme.

- to consolidate new theme and new words of the theme.

10 min



- To mark pupils

5 min



- Giving homework.

Procedure of the lesson:

I. Organizing moment: Motivation, Greeting, checking attendance, season, weather, checking the preparation for the lesson.

II. Asking homework:

- Check for homework given on past lesson.

- Ask pupils all new words learnt on previous lesson.

III. Pre-activity:


Activity 1 Read and answer.

Objective: to introduce the situation and prepare for the next activity

PP look at the pictures, read the speech bubbles and answer the questions.

1 Is Anvar happy or sad?

2 Why?

IV. Main part

Activity 2 Do the quiz. True or False?

Objective: to revise the material of the 6th form

PP read the sentences and decide if they are True or False.

1 The official name of Great Britain is the UK.

2 Great Britain has three parts: Wales, England and Scotland.

3 The capital of Great Britain is Edinburgh.

4 Great Britain is an island.

Key: 1 true 2 false 3 false 4 true

Reading Activity 3 Read and complete the map.

Objective: to practise reading for detail

PP copy the map of Britain in their Ex.Bks. Then they read the text and complete

the map by writing the names of the counties in the appropriate places.

Activity 4a Translate the sentences.

A: Britain is divided into three parts.

B: Someone divided Britain into three parts.

Activity 4b Translate the sentences.

1 What is the difference between the two sentences?

2 How many parts does the verb have? What are they?

Activity 4c Find other examples in the text. Translate them.

Objectives: to consolidate the Present Passive, to practise deducing the

meaning of the structure from the context

Ask PP to read and translate the sentences, then let them answer the questions. You may ask one of the good pupils how Present Perfect is formed or explain it to the class yourself using the Remember box. Then ask PP to find other examples in the text, read and translate them. Tell them they already know this structure. Remind them about ‘made of’ and made in’ which they learned in Unit 5.

Activity 5a Find in the Wordlist and translate.

Commonwealth Parliament power colony to rule

V. Post-activity

Listening and speaking Activity 5b Listen to the cassette letter from the English pupils and answer the questions.

Objective: to practise listening for detail

Ask PP to read the questions. Ask them to find the words they don’t know in the Wordlist: Head of State, Queen, rule, power.

PP listen to the letter from the English PP and then answer the questions.

1 Who is the Head of State in Britain?

2 Does the Queen rule the country?

3 What does the Queen do?

4 What happened in 1949?

5 Who does the real power in Britain belong to?

6 What questions do the English pupils ask?


Dear friends in Uzbekistan, thank you for your letter. We really liked the photos and we can’t wait to come and visit you. You asked us to tell you something about how our country is organised - so here you are. In Britain the Queen is the Head of State but in fact she doesn’t rule the country as she has no power. She’s a symbol of the country’s history and it’s traditions. The Queen travels about tbeJJK, meets the people, entertains important foreign visitors and makes official visits. Her family also do these things.An important date in our history is 1949. That’s when Britain and the former colonies founded the Commonwealth. The Commonwealth includes many countries such as Canada, Australia, New Zealand, India and South Africa. The Queen of Great Britain is also the Head of the Commonwealth. The real power in our country doesn’t belong to the Queen though, it belongs to the British Parliament. That’s all for now. We want to know: Would you like to visit Parliament? Would you like to take a train round Britain? Looking forward to hearing from you. Your exchange friends.

Suggestion: You could do Grammar Exercise 1 here.

VI. Homework Write the verbs in the correct form.

Australia (1 is divided/divides) into territories. The capital of Australia (2 calls/is called)

Canberra. It (3 situated/is situated) in New South Wales. The other main cities (4 are

called/call) Sydney, Adelaide, Brisbane, Perth and Darwin. Darwin (5 named/is named) after the famous biologist, Charles Darwin. One of the territories (6 is called/calls) Victoria. It (7 named/is named) after Queen Victoria.

VII. Evaluation. Giving marks

Deputy director on educational affairs: ____________________ Signature _________


Interesting facts about England

Sherwood Forest is in Nottingham, on 100,000 acres. The 1200s were popularly thought to be the time of Robin Hood. Who was Robin Hood? No one knows for sure whether the legend was based on a real historical character. His name became a nickname for an outlaw. The story of Robin Hood, the most popular English folk of all the times. Everybody knows his friends (Little John, Brother Tuck, Will Scarlet) The legendary hero and his fellows stole from the rich and gave to the poor.

Unfortunately, there is no evidence that Robin Hood really existed. Ballads and chronicles, all talk about the famous hero.

Today, the legend of Robin Hood has turned Nottinghamshire into a large tourist attraction. In the centre of Nottingham can be found Nottingham Castle. Sherwood Forest has an excellent visitors’ centre with an attractive display and shop, in which, according to tradition, Robin Hood and Lady Marion were married. It is one of the visitors favourite sites.

Megaliths, Stonehenge is certainly the best known prehistoric monument. It stands on the Salisbury Plain. How did stones get there? An early mention of Stonehenge was made by Geoffrey Monmouth, who claimed that it was brought by a tribe of giants from Africa to Ireland. Another legend claims that the stones were stolen from an Irish woman by the Devil. In fact, it is one of the most visited monuments in England and it is a part of the World’s Heritage. The most interesting fact that these megaliths have had a Pre-Stonehenge form, which was made of wood. People used them as a religious place in autumn time. Was it a religious place or a place where people were watching stars and planets? Nobody knows the answer, although it has an inner circle which is consisted of arches made by laying one stone across the tops of two others. It shows the position of the rising sun on Midsummer’s Day.

A few years ago there was a Tropical Stonehenge which has been found and made by sophisticated indigenous people in the Brazilian Amazon.

The Palace of Westminster is also known as the Houses of Parliament, where the two Houses of Parliament of the United Kingdom (the House of Lords and the House of Commons) conduct their sittings. It is the place where laws governing British life are debated and passed. From the middle of 11th century until 1512, the Palace of Westminster was the royal home to the Kings and Queens of England, hence the name. The building contains the bell-Big Ben that struck each quarter of an hour. Big Ben is the bell in the clock tower of the British Parliament. A light in the clock tower tells when the House of Commons is in session. The clock tower is situated on the bank of the River Thames. The whole tower is known as St. Stephen’s Tower, with its 13 ton bell.

The first St. Paul’s Cathedral was built in 604 AD but burnt down in 675 and the rebuilt cathedral was again burnt down in the Great Fire of London in 1666. The present cathedral was built by Christopher Wren. Its first dome is the second biggest dome in the world.

Buckingham Palace is a popular landmark. It is the home of the British Royal family since 1837. The palace with 600 rooms is surrounded by a 40 acre garden. Today it is also an office and used for the monarch’s administrative work. Originally, it was a grand house built by the Duke of Buckingham for his wife. George IV began transforming it into a palace in 1826. The Queen’s other homes are Windsor Castle and Balmoral in Scotland. A familiar sight at Buckingham Palace is the changing of the Guard ceremony that takes place in the forecourt each morning. It has been guarded by the Household Troops since 1660.

Windsor Castle is not far from London. It is an official residence of the Queen and the largest castle in the world. It gave the Royal family’s surname.

Stratford-upon-Avon was Shakespeare’s birthplace. He is one of the most famous poets and writers. The ’Swan of Avon’ wrote several plays, sonnets and most of his works were performed in the famous Globe Theatre in London. It was built in 1599 on the bank of the river Thames and it was a round building with a stage in the centre open to the sky. Shakespeare died and is buried in the Holy Trinity Church in Stratford, but his bust can be found in the Poets’ Corner of Westminster Abbey.

Answer the questions.

1.Who was Robin Hood?______________________________________


2.Where can you find the Stonehenge?__________________________.

3.What is the whole tower’s name in the Palace of Westminster?


4.Who is the ’Swan of Avon’?__________________________________

5.Where does the QUEEN live?(2)


6. What did C. Wren do?_____________________________________.

Is it true or false? T/F

Shakespeare was born in Nottingham. __________

ST.Paul’s Cathedral was rebuilt. __________

Buckingham Palace was built by George IV. ________

There are different legends that are connected to the Stonehenge._______

The changing of the Guard is a familiar sight at the Buckingham Palace._______

Which is which?

Write down their names under the pictures.



Write down where would you like to go to England the above mentioned places and why.


I hope you enjoyed visiting England.

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"We are going to Britain"

Автор: Матчанова Гулрух Атабековна

Дата: 28.03.2020

Номер свидетельства: 544547

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