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Тема: Визначні місця Лондона

Цілі: вдосконалювати навички аудіювання, техніку читання та письма, навчати читанню тексту з метою розуміння основного змісту, формувати навички ситуативного мовлення з опорою на прочитаний текст, систематизувати лексичний матеріал з теми, поглиблювати знання учнів про визначні місця Лондона; розвивати кмітливість, логічне мислення та мовленнєву реакцію, вміння учнів працювати в різних режимах навчання; виховувати інтерес до вивчення англійської мови, культуру спілкування та колективної співпраці.

Обладнання: роздатковий матеріал, тексти для аудіювання, презентацій.

Хід уроку

I.             Організація класу. Привітання.

T: Good morning, everybody! I am glad to see you. How are you today?

II.          Підготовка до іншомовного мовлення.

T: The topic of our today’s lesson is “London’s places of interesting” ( Напис на дошці).

Welcome to London, the beautiful British city. Try to remember the sights of London.

III.      Основна частина уроку.

1) TLook at the pictures, listen to the texts and try to guess the places of interest of London (Презентація за посиланням 

Учні по черзі читають тексти. Task 1.

1.      It is famous historical musium of Great Britain.(British Museum). (Слайд 2).

2.      It is the place, where British Queen and her family live. In front of the palace there is the Monument to Queen Victoria. ( Buckingham Palace). (Слайд 3).

3.      It is London’s oldest sight. It consists of a group of structures built around a

central tower and surrounded by two stone walls. It has served as a fortress, a

palace and a prison. Today it is a national monument and museum. (Tower

Bridge). (Слайд 4).

4.      It is a tower of the Houses of Parliament with a huge bell in the clock. It has boomed out the hours since 1859. (Big Ben). (Слайд 5).

5.      It is a historic building in London. It was founded in the 11-th century. Many

Britain’s famous people are buried in the abbey.(Westminster Abbey). (Слайд 6).

6.      It is the oldest building. Since it was built in 11-th century, this castle has been a royal palace, a prison, a zoo and many others. Today it is a museum and houses the Crown Jewels. ( Tower of London). (Слайд 7).

7.      It is the greatest work of England’s greatest architect, Christopher Wren. The Cathedral was begun in1675. It was opened in 1697 but was finished only in 1710, when Wren was almost 80 years old. Some famous men of England have got their memorials there. ( St. Paul’s Cathedral). (Слайд 8).

8.      It is exhibition of hundreds of life-size wax models of famous people of yesterday and today. ( Madam Tussaud”s Museum). (Слайд 9).

9.      It is situated in the centre of London.(Science Museum). (Слайд 10).

10.  It keeps collection of 2000 pictures XIII —XX centuris.( The National Gallery). (Слайд 11).

11.  London is famous for its parks. The most well-known is the Hyde Park. ( Parks of London). (Слайд 12).

12.  It is a square in the central part of London. London’s well-known theatres and cinemas are there. This is the square that is round, not square like many other places.(Piccadilly Circus). (Слайд 13).

2) T: What do you know about Buckingham Palace?

Ps: ....

T: To improve your knowledge about Buckingham Palace, read the text and be ready to do test after it.

Учні читають тексти, роздані кожному окремо. Task 2.

Buckingham Palace

Buckingham Palace has served as official London residence of Britain’s sovereigns since 1837 and today is the administrative headquarters of the Monarch.

Buckingham Palace has 775 rooms. These include 19 State Rooms, 52 Royal and guests bedrooms, 188 staff bedrooms, 92 offices and 78 bathrooms. The building is 108 meters long across the front and 24 meters high.

The Palace is very much a working building and the home of Britain’s constitutional monarchy. It houses the offices of those who support the day-to- day activities and duties of the Queen and the Duke of Edinburg and their family.

The Palace is also the venue for Royal ceremonies, State Visits and Investitures, all of which are organized by the Royal House.

Although in use for many official events and receptions held by the Queen, the State Rooms at Buckingham Palace are opened to visitors every year during August and September.

The State Rooms are the heart of the working Palace and are used regularly by the Queen and members of the Royal Family for official and State entertaining.

More than 50,000 people visit the Palace each year as guests to banquets, lunches, dinners, receptions and the Royal Garden Party.

The Ballroom has been used variously as a concert hall for memorial concerts and performances of the arts and it is the regular venue for Investitures of which there are usually 21a year—9 in spring, 2 in summer and 10 in autumn.

At Investitures the Queen meets recipients of British honour and give them their awards, including knighting those who have been awarded knighthoods.

The State Dining Room is one of the principal State Rooms on the west side of the Palace. Many famous people had dinner in this room, including presidents and prime ministers.

Although the Buckingham Palace is furnished and decorated with priceless works of art that form part of the Royal Collection and is one of the major art collections in the world, it is neither an art gallery nor a museum.

                         3)       T: Now doing the test. Task 3.

1) Buckingham Palace is... of Britain’s Monarch.

a)       a museum;

b)      a monument;

c)       a home;

d)      an art gallery;

2)      Buckingham Palace has ...

a)       775 rooms;

b)      c) 775 rooms and 188 bedrooms;

c)       775 rooms and 19 State Rooms;

d)      775 rooms and 78 bathrooms;

3)      Buckingham Palace is opened to visitors.

a)       every day in August;

b)      every day in August and September;

c)       on weekends in August and September;

d)      every year during August; 4) Buckingham Palace is.

a)                higher than longer;

b)               longer than higher;

c)                as long as high;

d)               not so long as high; 5) Buckingham Palace has. a) priceless clock;

b)       priceless dogs;

c)        priceless works of art;

d)       priceless gold fish;

6)       The . of the Buckingham Palace are the main working rooms here.

a)       Staff Rooms;

b)      offices;

c)       State Rooms;

d)      Royal Rooms;

7)       The Ballroom has been used as .

a)       a bathroom;

b)      a concert hall;

c)       a State Room;

d)      a State Dining Room;

8)       More than... people visit the Buckingham Palace every year for banquets, lunches, dinners and receptions.

a)        50;

b)       500;

c)        5000;

d)       50000;

9)       The Ballroom is used as a concert hall. a) 11 times a year;

b)      31 times a year;

c)       21 times a year;

d)      41 times a year;

10)  The Queen meets the recipients of British honour at. a) the parades;

b)      the meetings;

c)       Investitures;

d)      the performances;

4) T: Try to connect two parts of the sentences about interesting facts of Great Britain and London. Task 4.

1)London stands.

2)The capital of the United Kingdom is.

3)London consists of.

4)The richest part of London is.

5)The Queen is the .

6)There are.

a)             four nations in Great Britain.

b)            London.

c)             the business part of London.

d)            on the both banks of the river Thames.

e)             the West End.

f)              four parts.

g)            head of the state.

7) City is.

 

 

 

IV. Домашнє завдання.

T:You will have your home task.

                                                       1.       Do crossword “London "-you’ll.Task 5.

Down: 1 The capital of the United Kingdom.( London).

Across: 2.The name of the Shakespeare’s theatre. ( Globe).

3.                  The Royal Residence thought the Middle ages was ...(Tower).

4.                  The famous Tower clock in London.( Big Ben).

5.                  The column in the center of Trafalgar Square is to.

(Nelson).

6 One of the sights of London is Covent. (Garden).

7.      ...Street is famous for its busy shopping centers.

(Oxford).

8.      The famous British architect. (Wren).

 

 

 

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2. End the sentences. Task 6.

1.      Big Ben is ....

a)       a bridge

b)      a museum

c)       a clock

2.      Madam Tussaud’s is...

a)       a wheel

b)      a clock

c)       a) a museum

3. The Tower of London is.

a)       a museum

b)      a park

c)       a clock

T: Summary. Dear friends, you were very active today and I am satisfied with your answers. I hope you like today’s lesson. I want to finish our lesson with the words: “He who travels far knows much”.

So, our lesson is over. Good bye!

Методичні матеріали до уроку Task 1

Look at the pictures, listen to the texts and try to guess the places of interest of London.

1.         It is famous historical museum of Great Britain.

2.         It is the place, where British Queen and her family live. In front of the palace there is the Monument to Queen Victoria.

3.         It is London’s oldest sight. It consists of a group of structures built around a central tower and surrounded by two stone walls. It has served as a fortress, a

palace and a prison. Today it is a national monument and museum.

4.         It is a tower of the Houses of Parliament with a huge bell in the clock. It has boomed out the hours since 1859.

5.         It is a historic building in London. It was founded in the 11-th century. Many Britain’s famous people are buried in the abbey.

6.         It is the oldest building. Since it was built in 11-th century, this castle has been a royal palace, a prison, a zoo and many others. Today it is a museum and houses the Crown Jewels.

7.         It is the greatest work of England’s greatest architect, Christopher Wren. The

Cathedral was begun in1675. It was opened in 1697 but was finished only in 1710, when Wren was almost 80 years old. Some famous men of England have got their memorials there.

8.         It is exhibition of hundreds of life-size wax models of famous people of yesterday and today. It is situated in the centre of London

9.         It keeps collection of 2000 pictures XIII —XX centuries

10.     London is famous for its parks. The most well-known is the Hyde Park.

11.     It is a square in the central part of London. London’s well -known theatres and cinemas are there. This is the square that is round, not square like many other places.

 

Task 2

Read the text and be ready to do test after it.

Buckingham Palace

Buckingham Palace has served as official London residence of Britain’s sovereigns since 1837 and today is the administrative headquarters of the Monarch.

Buckingham Palace has 775 rooms. These include 19 State Rooms, 52 Royal and guests bedrooms, 188 staff bedrooms, 92 offices and 78 bathrooms. The building is 108 meters long across the front and 24 meters high.

The Palace is very much a working building and the home of Britain’s constitutional monarchy. It houses the offices of those who support the day-to- day activities and duties of the Queen and the Duke of Edinburg and their family.

The Palace is also the venue for Royal ceremonies, State Visits and Investitures, all of which are organized by the Royal House.

Although in use for many official events and receptions held by the Queen, the State Rooms at Buckingham Palace are opened to visitors every year during August and September.

The State Rooms are the heart of the working Palace and are used regularly by the Queen and members of the Royal Family for official and State entertaining.

More than 50,000 people visit the Palace each year as guests to banquets, lunches, dinners, receptions and the Royal Garden Party.

The Ballroom has been used variously as a concert hall for memorial concerts and performances of the arts and it is the regular venue for Investitures of which there are usually 21a year—9 in spring, 2 in summer and 10 in autumn.

At Investitures the Queen meets recipients of British honour and give them their awards, including knighting those who have been awarded knighthoods.

The State Dining Room is one of the principal State Rooms on the west side of the Palace. Many famous people had dinner in this room, including presidents and prime ministers. Although the Buckingham Palace is furnished and decorated with priceless works of art that form part of the Royal Collection and is one of the major art collections in the world, it is neither an art gallery nor a museum.

 

Task 3

Doing the test.

1.      Buckingham Palace is... of Britain’s Monarch.

e)       a museum;

f)        a monument;

g)      a home;

h)      an art gallery;

2.      Buckingham Palace has ...

e)       775 rooms;

f)        775 rooms and 188 bedrooms;

g)      775 rooms and 19 State Rooms;

h)      775 rooms and 78 bathrooms;

3.      Buckingham Palace is opened to visitors.

b) every day in August;

b)      every day in August and September;

c)       on weekends in August and September;

d)      every year during August;

4.      Buckingham Palace is.

a)       higher than longer;

b)      longer than higher;

c)       as long as high;

d)      not so long as high;

5.      Buckingham Palace has.

a)       priceless clock;

b)      priceless dogs;

c)       priceless works of art;

d)      priceless gold fish;

6.      The . of the Buckingham Palace are the main working rooms here.

e)       Staff Rooms;

 

f)        offices;

g)      State Rooms;

h)      Royal Rooms;

7.      The Ballroom has been used as ...

a)        a bathroom;

b)       a concert hall;

c)        a State Room;

d)       a State Dining Room;

8.      More than.. .people visit the Buckingham Palace every year for banquets, lunches, dinners and receptions.

a)        50;

b)       500;

c)        5000;

d)       50000;

9.          The Ballroom is used as a concert hall.

a)        11 times a year;

b)       31 times a year;

c)        21 times a year;

d)       41 times a year;

10.     The Queen meets the recipients of British honour at.

a)        the parades;

b)       the meetings;

c)        Investitures;

d)       the performances;


 

Connect        two   parts          of      the sentences.

1)      London stands...

2)      The capital of the United Kingdom is.

3)      London consists of.

4)      The richest part of London is.

5)      The Queen is the .

6)      There are.

7)      City is.

a)           four    nations        in       Great

Britain.

b)          London.

c)           the business part of London.

d)          on the both banks of the river Thames.

e)           the West End.

f)            four parts.

g)head of the state


 

Do crossword “ London”

Down: 1 The capital of the United Kingdom.

Across: 2.The name of the Shakespeare’s theatre.

3.      The Royal Residence thought the Middle ages was ...

4.      The famous Tower clock in London.

5.      The column in the center of Trafalgar Square is to.

6.      One of the sights of London is Covent.

7.Street is famous for its busy shopping centers.

8. The famous British architect.

 

 

 

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End the sentences

1.      Big Ben is ....

a)       a bridge

b)      a museum

c)       a clock

2.      Madam Tussaud’s is.

a)       a wheel

b)      a clock

c)       a museum

3.      The Tower of London is.

a)       a museum

b)      a park

c)       a clock

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