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Конспект уроку з англійської мови для 9 класу (за підручником О. Карп'юк) на тему: «The UK Cities»

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Конспект уроку з англійської мови для 9 класу (за підручником О. Карп'юк) на тему: «The UK Cities»
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Form 9

Unit 4

Lesson 2

Topic: The UK Cities

Objectives:

- to develop students’ listening and speaking  skills;

- to deepen pupils’ knowledge about the variety of prominent places in Great Britain;

- to educate interest to the culture of England.

Materials: SB, map of the British Isles, HO.

Procedure

1. Warm-up

Look at the map of the British Isles for two minutes. Decide if the following refer to England, Scotland, Wales or Northern Ireland.

1) Robert Burns

2) Loch Ness

3) Many Catholics

4) Prince Charles

5) Cardiff

6) Aberdeen

7) Kent

8) North Sea Oil

9) Belfast

10) The Thames

Key: 7, 10 England; 1, 2, 6, 8 Scotland; 3, 9 Northern Ireland; 4, 5 Wales.

2. Listening

Do ex. 1 a, p. 207.

Do ex. 1 b, p. 207.

Listen to the text again. Complete the table with the cities mentioned in the text.

3. Vocabulary practice

Vocabulary box, p. 207.

  • Upland
  • Navigable
  • County
  • Borough
  • Iron ore
  • Brassware

4. Listening

  • Do ex. 2 a, p. 207.
  • blast furnace –доменна піч
  • steam engine – парова машина, двигун
  • allotment – земельна ділянка, де вирощують городину, квіти та ін. з метою задоволення
  • Listen to the text and try to do this task.

HO1: Find out the correct item to each sentence.

BIRMINGHAM

  1. Birmingham is the biggest town in________.
    1. Great Britain;
    2. Scotland;
    3. Wales.
  2. It is situated in the valleys of _________.
    1. three small rivers;
    2. three small lakes;
    3. three big rivers.
  3. They flow into ________, a big navigable river.
    1. the Themes;
    2. the Trent;
    3. the Rea.
  4. Birmingham is ________ than the major part of British cities.
    1. bigger;
    2. smaller;
    3. younger.
  5. In the 13th century the Midland coal fields ________.
    1. were discovered;
    2. influenced its development and growth;
    3. were invaded by Saxons.
  6. In the 19th century the Black County was called ________.
    1. Birmingham;
    2. Glasgow;
    3. London.
  7.  Today, its coal is ________.
    1. really rich;
    2. no longer melted;
    3. almost forked out.
  8. There are departments of science, arts, medicine, commerce and law at ________.
    1. the University of Birmingham;
    2. the Birmingham Museum;
    3. Westminster Abbey.
  9. There are many modern factories, but its industrial pattern is mostly based on ________.
    1. small firms;
    2. manufacturing industries;
    3. textile firms.
  10.          Guests of Birmingham should visit the Birmingham Museum and ________.
    1. School of Tropical Medicine;
    2. Art Gallery;
    3. Museum of Comparative Religion.
  11.          They include a good collection of work by ________.
    1. Picasso;
    2. the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood;
    3. Madam Tussaud.
  12.          It is well known that Birmingham is ________ in UK.
    1. the biggest provincial town;
    2. the biggest city market;
    3. the biggest capital.

5. Listening & speaking

Do ex. 2 b, c, p. 208.

Listen to the text again and answer the questions.

6. Speaking & Listening

  • Do ex 3 a, b, p. 209.
  • Listen to the text and try to do this task.

HO2: Find out the correct item to each sentence.

GLASGOW

  1. Glasgow is ________ of Scotland.
    1. the capital city;
    2. the largest city;
    3. the provincial city.
  2. It is situated 50 miles from Edinburgh near ________ of Scotland.
    1. the eastern coast;
    2. the western coast;
    3. the northern coast.
  3. The city was founded ________.
    1. in the sixth century;
    2. in the sixteenth century;
    3. in the seventh century
  4. It was built ________.
    1. on the river Rea;
    2. on the river Cole;
    3. on the river Clyde.
  5. There was built ________ in Scotland.
    1. the first university;
    2. the second university;
    3. the second museum.
  6. When was discovered ________ it led to the increasing import of tobacco, sugar, cotton.
    1. America;
    2. Africa;
    3. Australia.
  7. Glasgow was one ________ in Britain.
    1. of the richest and most successful cities;
    2. of industrial cities;
    3. of the shipbuilding and most successful cities.
  8. The city's heavy industry ________ of the 1930s and many people lost their jobs.
    1. was developed under depression;
    2. was destroyed under depression;
    3. was discovered under depression.
  9. Glasgow and its closest industrial towns stand ________.
    1. on the Lancashire coal field;
    2. in the centre of the upland area;
    3. in the valleys of three small rivers.
  10. The People's Palace tells about ________.
    1. the history of England;
    2. the history of Glasgow;
    3. the Glasgow Cathedral.
  11. Glasgow Cathedral is a wonderful example of ________.
    1. the history of England;
    2. Renaissance architecture;
    3. Gothic architecture.
  12. ________ have added their charm and wit to the city.
    1. The immigrants of previous centuries from Ireland and Highland;
    2. The immigrants of previous centuries from England and Highland;

     c)  The immigrants of previous centuries from Ireland and England.

7. Summary

Do ex. 4, p. 210.

8. Homework

Do ex. 5, p. 210.

 

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