Урок "On the Move. Checking in".

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Урок підготовлено відповідно до авторської програми факультативного курсу з англійської мови “Social English Studies” ( “Навчання ситуативного спілкування” ) для учнів 6 класів загальноосвітніх навчальних закладів, укладеної за новим Державним стандартом ( I семестр), спрямований на навчання усного діалогічного мовлення в тематичних рамках.

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Lesson 6. On the Move

Checking in


Тема:  У русі.

Підтема: Реєстрація.

Мета :

1. Освітня: ознайомити учнів з новою лексикою теми, активізувати ії.

2. Практична: оволодіти знаннями про різновиди готелів, вмінням зареєструватись.

3. Розвиваюча: сприяти формуванню вмінь і навичок добирати ресурси відповідно до ситуації мовлення, розвивати навички діалогічного мовлення, техніку читання та аудіювання.

4. Виховна: виховувати учнів поводити себе в готелі, бути ввічливими.

Обладнання: дошка, ноутбук, телевізор, тексти діалогів.

Хід заняття :

  1. Підготовка до сприйняття іншомовного мовлення.
  1. Привітання.

T: Good afternoon, students!

Ps: Good afternoon, teacher!

T: It’s a beautiful day, isn’t it?

Ps: Yes, it is.

T: Sit down, please.

  1. Повідомлення теми та мети.

T: Today we are going to speak about checking in. We shall practise in filling in the forms at the hotel.

  1. Фонетична зарядка.  Диск Lesson 3. “Jolly Phonics Phase Three”.

[ei]     Tune: The Farmer in the Dell

The captain said, “[ie]-[ie]!”

The captain said, “[ie]-[ie]!”

“Stand up straight! Don’t be late!”

The captain said, “[ie]-[ie]!”

[th]      Tune: Did You Ever See a Lassie?

Did you ever hear a rude clown

make this sound and that sound?

Did you ever hear a rude clown say

[th]-[th], [th]-[th]?

[ng]      Tune: If You’re Happy and You Know It

If you’re strong and know it, say “[ng]!”

If you’re strong and know it, say “[ng]!”

If you’re strong and know it, and you really want to show it,

If you’re strong and know it, say “[ng]!”

  1. Уведення в іншомовну атмосферу.

T: But at first, look at the pictures, listen to the text and match the pictures with the names of the hotels.

Different Classification of Hotels (different-classification-hotels.html)

Hotels are generally classified by their style and location. Each classification is geared to a specific clientele. Several companies classify hotels according to amenities and services by using a star system. The more stars, the more luxurious the hotel is.


Hotel (Hemera )

Resort Hotels

Resort hotels are frequented by the customer on vacation. Popular amenities may include: spas, pools, beach or mountain locations, on-site kids’ activities, restaurants, pool bars and babysitting services .Resort hotel

Resort hotel (Visage/Stockbyte/Getty Images)


Airport Hotels

Airport hotels are designed to have clean rooms and are booked because of their close proximity to the airport. Many airport hotels offer business amenities and restaurants for their guests.

Airport hotel

An airport hotel (Comstock/Comstock/Getty Images)

Casino Hotels

Casino hotels are unique because they provide preferential service to gamblers. Casino hotels are often luxurious and offer full service restaurants, indoor shopping, pools and fitness facilities.

Casino hotels

Casino hotels (Photodisc/Photodisc/Getty Images)



Economy Hotels

Economy hotels provide limited amenities at reasonable rates. Economy hotels offer basic room accommodations, and many do not have full service on-site restaurants.

Economy hotel room

An economy hotel room (Creatas/Creatas/Getty Images)

Conference Centers and Commercial Hotels

Conference centers and commercial hotels are designed for business clientele. Conference centers feature multipurpose rooms. They offer some equipment and acoustics suitable for speakers and visual presentations. Some conference centers and commercial hotels are located in resort areas.

Conference center

A conference center (Thinkstock Images/Comstock/Getty Images)

Suite Hotels

Suite hotels appeal to business people. Suite hotels have a broad range of amenities, and can be classified as high as a luxury hotel, or as a basic economy hotel.

Suite hotel

A suite hotel (Jupiterimages/Comstock/Getty Images).

  1.               Перевірка домашнього завдання.

T: Let’s practise the dialogues in pairs.

  1. Основна частина уроку.

1. 1) Pre-Listening Activity. Етап підготовки до прослуховування.

T: Let’s read and translate useful phrases:

-I’d like to check in.

-I have a reservation for a single (double) room.

-Please, sign this guest card.

-What is the check out time?

2) Listening Activity. Етап прослуховування діалогу. Диск Lesson 6. “Checking in at a Hotel”.

T: Listen to the dialogue “Checking in at a Hotel”:

Hotel guest 1:  - Wow! I have never stayed in place this fancy before!

Receptionist:   - Welcome to the Hula-Hula Hotel. How can I help you?

Hotel guest 2:   - We’d like to check in. Our names are Liza and Mary Lee. We have a reservation for a double room.

Receptionist:  - Let’s see. Yes, we have a three for you on a third floor. Room 321 for 5 nights.

Hotel guest 2:   - Great. Oh, and my sister’s luggage was lost. Please, inform us of its delivery to the hotel.

Receptionist:   - Of course. I’ll need your passports and please, sign this guest card.

Hotel guest 2:  - OK. Here you are. Oh, and what is the check out time?

Receptionist:  - 11 a. m.. And if you need any assistance, please, see a concierge or call the front desk. Here are your keys.

3) Post-Listening Activity. Етап перевірки розуміння тексту.

T: Complete the following dialogues:

a) B: Do you have a double room for three nights?

C: …

B: How much is it?

C: …

B: Can I see it, please?

C: …

b) C: What can I do for you, sir?

B: …

C: You can have room 45 on the third floor.

B: …

C: Yes, of course. Come this way, please.

(English for Everyday Communication, p.76)

2. Relaxation.  Диск Lesson 6. “Head, Shoulders, Knees & Toes” – Exercise Song For Kids.

4) T: Let’s listen to the text once more.  Let’s practise the dialogue in pairs.

3. Заключна частина уроку.

1). T: Put down your homework. Make up your own dialogue based on the one we have practised.

2). T: Today we spoke about checking in at the hotels. I’m sure you won’t have problems at the hotel.

You are perfect. I respect you. Bravo.

I wave “Bye-bye”. That will do for today. The lesson is over. You may have a rest.