The theme of the lesson: London
The aims of the lesson:
- Knowledge aim: a)to study the capital of the UK.
b)It’s political, economic and culture conditions,
- c) to enrich pupils
- Development aim: to develop pupils speaking habits and self working skills
III. Upbringing aim: to educate pupils to love the beauty of London and be
proud of beauty of their native town and care for their
The type of the lesson : Integrated lesson
The methods of teaching: to work with group, independet work,
Question- answer, short dialogue.
Connection of the subjects: English, Kazakh, Russian,
History, Geography, Music.
Visual aids: slides about of London, proverbs,
song ” London bridge” ,crossword, test
Procedure of the lesson:
- Checking up absents.
Theacher: I am very glad to see you at our lesson, because we have an usual lesson.We have excursion lesson. I think you`ll engoy it. Before studing the new theme let`s check up the home task.
II . Checking up home task: ex.2 page 61.
Read and translate text ` Dream vacation`
— What kind of country do you want to be?
— Let’s say about them.
— Do you like England ?
— I think we like England and it`s capital. New theme about London.
— Let’s remember the words of an English poet and writer W. Shakespeare: “I hope to see London before I die”.
Shakespeare’s dream was see London. Did he see London?Yes.
What kind of city is London that W Shakespeare’s dream of?
Your home task was to make own Refer at about London.
Refer at was prepaid Raxatova Gulsamal
III. Answer the question below
- What can you say about London as the capital of Great Britain?
- What is meant by Greater London?
- What parts is London traditionally divided into?
The Est. End
The West End Westminster
- London sights.
Kamazhai: now introduce you our itinerary
- London Bridge
- Buckingham Palace
- Paul’s Cathedral
- The Houses of Parliament and British government. Big Ben
5.Shoping and theatre
London bridge it’s two thousand years old the first bridge was wooden. The people built a bridge of stone. There were houses and shops on it. In 1973 new London Bridge was opened look at the picture
Pupil — 2
Nursaule: I `d like to see famous Buckingham palace. Buckingham Palace is in the very centre of London. The Palace is one of the four homes of the Royal Family. The Royal Family also have another home just outside London, at Windsor Castle The palace Where the Queen lives. When the flag is flying on the top she is at home. They are changing the Gard. It happens every day at 11.30 a.m.
Nazgen: I introduce you St.Paul Cathedral. It`s famous Church St. Paul`s Cathedral is the greatest work of the architect Sir. Christofer Wren.
The Houses of Parliament is the seat of the British government.
Big Ben is one of the most famous clocks in the world.
The Tower of London. It was a forests, a roial palace and later a person. It`s a museaum now. Therea lot of interesting collections in the Tower of London.
Go to Oxford Street, where there are several large departement stores. If you like small shops, there is an attractive shoping center in the Covent Garden. London has over 100 street markets. There are many theatres: try and get tickets to the National theatre a moden building containing three theatres on the Southen bank of the Thames.
V.Transports. I’d Like to introduice you with london`s buses.
Double-decker Single-decker Coach
- Guess crossword .
Now look at the exersise 1.page 66. Read the text Transport in London.
Ex 2 page 67 Make sentences a shown in the example.
The bus ————— is a driver.
The man—————— is a conducter.
The man—————— is an inspector.
- Work with cards.
1 Where is London situated?
2.How many people live in London?
3 What can you say about the City?
1 How many parts does the UK consist of?
2 What`s the offical language of Scotland?
3.How many parks in London/
VII. “London. Sightseeing ”
- You can see the coloum with a statue of Nelson in. …..
- a) Piccadilly Circus b) Hyd Park
2…..is a very democratic Park.
- a) Hyd Park b) Regent`s Park c) St. James` Park
3 London Zoo is in……
- a) a) Hyd Park b) Regent`s Park c) St. James` Park
4 They Change the Guard every day at….
- 9:30 am b) 11:30 fm c) 12 o`clock.
5 Piccadilly Circuss is the meeting point of….
- a) 5 streets b) 7streets c) 6streets.
6 Another famous sight outside the Tower of London is the….
7 London home of the Queen is…..
- a) Buckigham Palace b) Westminister Abbey c) Convent Garden.
8 The seat of the British government is…..
- a) The House of Parliament b) Buckigham Palace c) Piccadilly Circuss
Theacher: Check the task in pairs with key:
1-c,2-a, 3-a, 4-b, 5-c, 6-b, 7-a, 8-a.
Our England is a garden,
And such garden is not made
By singing “oh, how beautiful”
And sitting in the shade.
These are lines from a poem of the famous English poet and Writer R. Kipling.You see that English people love their country and they are proud of it`s beauty, of their history and literature, culture and science.
They also proud cities and towns enjoy the beauty of their capital.
Do you like your city as Kipling does?
What kind of poems do you know about our country?
You can say in your native language?
Шықшы тауға,қарашы кең далаға,
Мәз боласың, ұқсайсың жас балаға,
О, шетімен бұл шетіне жүгірсең
Шаршайсың ба, құмарың бір қанама?
Let’s remember proverbs about native country?( English, Kazakh, Russian,)
1.There is no place Like home
Өз үйім өлең төсегім.
Гостях хорошо, дома лучше
- East or west home is best .
Айқай менің өз үйім, кең сарайдай боз үйім.
VIII. Home work: Ex1. page66. Read the text and say about London`s buses