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Урок за темою:"London" для учнів 7-го класу "Екскурся Лондоном" за підручником А. Несвіт

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Урок узагальнення знань за виченою темою, має на меті узагальнити та систематизувати матеріал, повторити ЛО теми, практикувати Пасивний Стан дієслова в усному мовленні, удосконалювати навички читання та аудіювання, використовуючи метод проєктів.
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Клас: 7

Тема: Екскурсія по Лондону.

Мета: узагальнити вивчений матеріал про Лондон; активізувати вивчену лексику з теми; удосконалювати навички читання, мовлення та аудіювання; відпрацювати граматичний матеріал: Passive Voice; розвивати пам'ять та увагу учнів; розширювати знання учнів про країну, мову якої вони вивчають; розширювати іншомовну лексичну компетенцію учнів; формувати в учнів поважне ставлення до традицій та звичаїв інших країн.

Тип уроку: урок узагальнення знань.






                                            Хід уроку:

1.Greeting and Aim.

Teacher: Good afternoon, dear children! I have a surprise for you. You know, we begin our trip to London today and see its wonderful places of interest with our own eyes.

    And our motto is: “Better to see something once than to hear about it many times”.

    We shall visit different places of interest in London, review Passive Voice and of course do some exercises. I see that all are present; the classroom is ready for the lesson. We begin our trip.


2.Warming up.

Teacher: First of all  I would like to learn if you know anything about London.

  1. What kind of transport do you know? ( people can travel by bus, ship, plane, train, car and on foot)
  2. What is the capital of Great Britain? (London is the capital of Great Britain)
  3. What is the role of London in the UK? (It is an administrative, industrial, cultural scientific centre of GB)
  4. How many parts does London consist of? (It consists of the City, the east End and the West End)
  5. What is the official residence of the Queen? (The official residence of the Queen is Buckingham Palace)
  6. Have you ever been to London?
  7. What places in London would you like to visit? (I would like to visit…)


Teacher: let’s revise some words about London. (You choose the letter and say some place of interest in London. Then you go to the blackboard and write it.)


London Zoo    (it is the biggest zoo in the world)

Oxford Street   (it is the street in London, where you can find a lot of shops)

National Gallery    (it is museum which has collections of paintings from other countries)

Double-decker    (it is bus in London)

Open     (I use this word, because London is always opened for us)

Nelson’s Column      (it is a monument to Nelson’s Victory at the battle of Trafalgar)


Teacher: And now we should improve some pronunciation skills, that’s why let’s say some rhythm. Repeat after me :


Everybody knows London

It stands on the river Thames

It’s the capital of England

And in general of state.



Teacher: And now we are in London. Today we’ll have an interesting excursion and this girl is our guide. The guide will tell you lots of interesting things and you’ll get to know more about London’s sights.



4.Work in groups. Project work.

Teacher: We have three tourist  groups. Each group has project work.

          I group – The City.

          II group – The West End.

          III group – The East End.


  1. The City of London is the commercial centre of all the country. It contains the Bank of England, business firms, companies, corporations, office buildings. Besides the Bank of England London has 5 largest commercial banks of the United Kingdom and well-known London Stock Exchange.


The masterpiece of architecture in the City today is St. Paul’s cathedral, designed by Christopher Wren, the famous English architect of the 17th century.


The Tower of London is an old castle, situated in the City. It was used as a fortress, palace and a prison. Now the Tower is a museum.


  1. The West End is the aristocratic part of London. It’s very attractive for tourists because it has historical places full of customs and traditions.


Parliament is situated in the Palace of Westminster. The famous Big Ben, the clock from which all people of this country take the time is in one of its beautiful towers.


Westminster Abbey is very beautiful church, which is more than 900 years old.

The official residence of the Queen of England is Buckingham Palace.


The West End is the richest and the most beautiful part of London. A lot of rich shops, hotels, restaurants you can find there.


  1. The East End of the capital includes the Port of London, Docks and poorest districts. Rather unattractive in appearance it is very important to the country’s commerce.


A lot of big plants and factories are there and that’s why workers live in this part of London.

A lot of immigrants started to call the East End their home.


The East End is also home to a number of commercial and public art galleries, for example, Whitechapel Gallery.



Teacher: Our trip has 4 stations. On each station we shall have some special task. If we do exercise we can go to the next station.

Attention, please! Our first station today is  ST. PAUL’S CATHEDRAL.


St. Paul’s Cathedral is one of the most famous landmarks in the capital, it’s an island of peace in the noice and activity of the City. It was designed by Christopher Wren as the largest church in England.

St. Paul’s  has seen many important occasions, like the Royal Wedding of 1981 when Prince Charles and Princess Diana were married.

Among the famous people buried in St. Paul’s are Lord Nelson, wellington and Sir Christopher Wren himself in the floor under the dome.

St. Paul’s is the second largest church in Europe and the greatest of English church.

So, we may say that St. Paul’s is a real memorial to the great master.


Teacher:  Every pupil should go to the blackboard and  make up the word combinations:



























    (Big Ben, Trafalgar Square, Bloody Tower, White Tower, Buckingham Palace, The Houses of Parliament, Tower Bridge, The Tower of London, Westminster Abbey)



Teacher: Our second station is BIG BEN.


The big clock on the tower of the palace  of Westminster in London is often called Big Ben. But Big Ben is really the bell on the clock. It is the biggest clock bell in Britain.

The clock tower is 318 feet high. You have to go up 374 steps to reach the top.

The minute hand is 14 feet long. The hour hand is 9 feet long.

The clock bell is called Big Ben after Sir Benjamin Hall. He had the job to see that the bell was put up. Sir Benjamin was a big man. One day he said in Parliament: “Shall we call the bell St. Stephen’s?” St. Stephen’s is the name of the tower. But someone said for a joke: “Why not call it Big Ben?” Now the bell is known all over  the world by that name.


Teacher:  At this station we have grammar task.



  1. People love nice parks and gardens of the capital.
  2. Christopher wren designed St. Paul’s Cathedral.
  3. People used The Tower of London as a fortress, a palace and a prison.
  4. They held the most interesting tennis and football competition in Wimbledon court and Wembley Stadium.
  5. Queen opened Millenium Bridge in 2000.
  6. Lots of tourists visit London every day.



Teacher: I must confess you are tired and I propose  you relax minute. Everybody Know the most famous group in London. It is, of course, “Beatles”.

Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da





Teacher: Next station is WESTMINSTER ABBEY.


Westminster Abbey is a very beautiful church built over 900 years ago. The Abbey was founded in 1050 and was a monastery for a long time.

Since William I almost every English monarch has been crowned in this great church. It contains the tombs and memorials to many Britain’s famous people. The tomb are made of gold.

The Abbey is also known for its Poet’  Corner. There are graves of English poets and writers and memorials to Shakespeare, Milton, Byron there.

One of the greatest treasures of the Abbey is Coronation Chair made in 1300.


Teacher: At this station task for our groups is listening comprehension.


Westminster Abbey lies near the river Thames opposite the Houses of Parliament. It owes its name “Westminster” to the fact that it was London’s most “Westerly minster” or “monastery” in contrast to St. Paul’s Cathedral which was the City’s “east minster” although the building has the dimensions of the cathedral. It is officially only a church of dieses. It’s a very important church since from the time of the William the Conqueror in 1066 partially all members of the English and later the British Royal families have been crowned and buried here. The church is also home to the graves and monuments.

These attract many visitors as to just the tomb of the Unknown Soldiers  which lies in the Abbey in commemoration of all British soldiers who have known no grave and which has become almost a place of pilgrimage in its own right. A lot of people from all over the world know about Poet’s Corner.



  • 1) Westminster Abbey  lies to the left of the Houses of Parliament.  (Westminster Abbey lies opposite the Houses of Parliament)

+   2) St. Paul’s Cathedral was considered to be “east minster”.

+  3) Westminster is an important church because many British Royal families have been buried and crowned there.

  • 4) There are not graves and monuments in Westminster Abbey. (There are graves and monuments in Westminster Abbey)

+  5) There is also a tomb of Unknown Soldier which has become almost a place of pilgrimage in its own right.

+   6) Westminster is famous all over the world by the Poets Corner.


Teacher: And the last our station is Buckingham Palace.


Buckingham Palace is the residence of the Queen of England. It was build early in the 18th century. This is a beautiful building. It stands in large gardens. The changing of the guard before Buckingham several times every day is watched by hundreds  of people, especially tourists. The State rooms, used for official and state entertaining,   are open to the public each year for most of August and September, as part of the Palace’s Summer Opening.

Every year  some 50000 invited guests are entertained at garden parties, receptions, audiences.

Buckingham Palace is a symbol and home of the British monarchy, an art gallery and tourist attraction.



London is one of the oldest cities

in the world, more than 2000 years old.

The West End is

the richest part of London.

The oldest part

the City, where the street and pavements are narrow.

Westminster Abbey is a royal

church, where all but one king and queens were crowned.

In Regent’s Park there is

the London Zoo, which is one of the biggest in the world.

Hyde Park is famous

for its Speaker’s Corner.

In the centre of London

there is Trafalgar Square with the Admiral Nelson’s Column in the middle.


Teacher: Our trip is finished. Did you like it? What do you like most of all?

I think you are very good pupils and know London very well.

And today marks are …

Your hometask for Tuesday are puzzle and composition on the theme: “Our trip to London”.

Attention puzzle is for secondary level and composition is for high level.































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30 квітня 2021
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