Конспект урока (диалоговая взаимопомощь)

Открытый урок по технологии Суртаевой Н.Н. по английскому языку в 

6 «б» классе на тему «London»

Используемая технология – диалоговая взаимопомощь.

Учитель английского языка ГБОУ СОШ № 311 с углубленным изучением физики

Евдокимова Татьяна Петровна.

Задачи:

-изучить новую тему

-совершенствовать умения работы в парах

Цели:

-совершенствовать навыки чтения и понимания основного содержания;

-активизация навыков передачи основного содержания прочитанного своему собеседнику;

-активизация навыков письменной речи;

-активизация навыков составления монолога исходя из прослушанной информации.

Ход урока

  1. Организационный момент.

- Good morning boys and girls! Let’s start our lesson. As you know today we have an unusual lesson. Today we should work at new technology during the whole our lesson. And as you can see on the blackboard the theme of our lesson is “London”.

-Of course you know that London is the capital of England and that there are many places of interest. But in order to know more about London I suggest you to work such a way:

-you can see that on your desks there are many different cards. What you should do with them. Card number one (texts): you should read and understand the main information (if you want you may put down some information on your list of paper which is empty) and after the reading and understanding the text you should retell your information from your card to your neighbour. Card number two (questions according to the texts): during the listening you should find out the questions which suit to the text you to listen and answer these questions (you may write your answers right here next to the questions). Card number three: you can see that on this list of paper there is a list of English words with their translations which you can find in the text. Card number four: on this card there are essential phrases which help you not to speak Russian. Card number five: this is a plan of your writing a monologue at home (at home you should write down a monologue using all information which you’ll get during the lesson) and the theme of your monologue of course will be “London”.

-As speak about cards that’s all.

-Now let’s speak about a signal which you should give me when you will be ready. You see that on your desks there is one more card with the word ‘ready’ on one side and no any words on the other side. When you’ll be ready you should face this card with the word ‘ready’ to me and such a way I’ll understand that your pair is ready.

-Than when you will retell your information to each other and do all tasks you should change your places as you can see on the scheme of movement on the blackboard (pupil number one doesn’t move)

 

 

 

 

 

       1                                2

             6             3

             5             4

 

 

 

. You’ll move when I see that all pairs are ready and I say that you may change your places. And you should move so many times in order then you will take your own seats again not forgetting to retell your text to your neighbours and do all tasks.

-Ok. As everything is clear you may start……………………………………….

-Ok. The time is over and our lesson too. Thank you for your attention and don’t forget to write a monologue “London” at home.

-Good bye!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 

Card № 1

London

     London is a capital of the United Kingdom . London is more than 20 centuries old. The City is the oldest part of London, is the commercial and financial centre of the country. Westminster is the political heart of London. The West End is the richest and the most beautiful part of London, the symbol of wealth and luxury, where the most expensive hotels, restaurants, shops and clubs are situated. The East End is the industrial Part. There are many factories, workshops and shipyards there.

     The Houses of Parliament, a symbol of London, is situated on the north bank of the Thames. This structure is a remarkable example of Gothic architecture. The Clock Tower called «Big Ben», is known the world over. Its hour bell is named after Sir Benjamin Hall. The Houses of Parliament, called officially the Palace of Westminster, were formally a palace for kings and queens. Until the 16th century it was used both as a royal residence and as a parliament house. After the royal family moved to Whitehall Palace, the Westminster Palace was occupied by the Parliament and became its permanent home.

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     Opposite the Houses of Parliament Westminster Abbey is situated. It’s a national shrine where the kings and queens are crowned and famous people are buried. It was founded by Edward the Confessor in 1050. The construction lasted 300 years. One of the greatest treasures of the Abbey is the oaken Coronation Chair in 1300. Near the West Door of the Abbey the Unknown Warrior lies a simple grave commemorating the men who died in the First World War.

     Londoners have a particular affection for St. Paul’s Cathedral, the largest Protestant Church in England. It is an architectural masterpiece of the eminent architect Sir Christopher Wren. It stands on the site of the former Saxon and Norman churches destroyed in the Great Fire of London in 1656. The building was completed in 1710. Wren is buried under the roof of his own great work. «If you want to see his monument, look around», is written on his tomb.

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     Trafalgar Square is a place of pilgrimage for visitors. It’s the natural centre of London. It is usually full of visitors feeding the pigeons and looking at the statue and fountains. In the middle of the square we can see Nelson’s Column with the statue of Nelson at the top. This monument was erected to commemorate Nelson’s victory at the Battle of Trafalgar in 1805 where he defeated the French and Spanish fleets. The pedestal of the Column is decorated with bas reliefs representing Nelson’s most famous victories. Here in Trafalgar Square the National Gallery is situated. It contains an outstanding collection of paintings from British, Italian, Spanish, French, Dutch and other famous schools.

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     The Tower of London is also a real attraction for tourists. It is one of the first and most impressive castles built after the Norman invasion of England in 1066. William the Conqueror built it to protect the City of London. The Tower has been used as a royal palace, an observatory, an arsenal, a state prison where many famous people have been executed. It is now a museum where one can see the Crown Jewels, the finest precious stones of the nation and a fine collection of armour, exhibited in the Keep. A lot of ancient traditions and customs are carefully kept in the Tower.

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Questions according to the texts

Write down answers during the listening of information.

  1. What is the capital of the United Kingdom?
  2. What is the oldest part of London?
  3. What is the political part of London?
  4. What is the richest part of London?
  5. What is the industrial part of London?
  6. What is the symbol of London?
  7. What is the name of the Clock Tower?
  8. Who creates Big Ben?
  9. What is the official name of the Houses of Parliament?
  10.  What was the Houses of Parliament until 16th century?
  11. What is Westminster Abbey?
  12. Who it found?
  13.  What are the greatest treasures of the Abbey?
  14. What is the name of the largest Protestant Church in London?
  15.  Who is the architect of St. Paul’s Cathedral?
  16.  When was the church completed?
  17.  What is the place of pilgrimage in London?
  18.  What is in the middle of Trafalgar Square?
  19.  To what was the monument of Nelson’s Column commemorated?
  20.  What is the name of the gallery which is situated in Trafalgar Square?
  21.  What is the name of the castle(замок) built after the Norman invasion?
  22.  When was the Norman invasion?
  23.  For what was the Tower of London built?
  24. Who built the Tower of London?
  25.  How wad the Tower of London used (была использована) earlier?
  26.  What is the Tower of London now?
  27.  What are there in the Tower of London (as in a museum)?

 

Card №3                       Words and their translations to the texts

century- век

part- часть

commercial- коммерческая

financial- финансовая

political- политическая

the richest- самая богатая

wealth- богатство

luxury- роскошь

the most expensive- самая дорогая

industrial- промышленная

factories- фабрики

shi pyard- верфь

to offer- предлагать

variety- разнообразие

dream- мечта

structure- структура

remarkable-замечательный

architecture- архитектура

commissioner- специальный уполномоченный

officially- официально

formally- формально

until- до

royal- царская

to  move- переезжать, передвигаться

to occupy- занимать

permanent- постоянный

opposite-напротив

shrine-святыня, место поклонения

are crowned- короновались

are buried- похоронены

was found- был основан

the Confessor- духовник, исповедник

construction- конструкция

to last- длиться

the greatest treasure- великие сокровища

oaken- дубовый

made- сделанный

near- рядом

the Unknown Warrior- неизвестный солдат

to lie- простираться

simple- простой

grave- могила

commemorating-посвященный

 

the First World War- первая мировая война

a particular affection- особая любовь

the largest Protestant Church- самая главная протестантская церковь

an architectural masterpiece- шедевр архитектуры

eminent- выдающийся, знаменитый

the former Saxon and Norman- бывшая саксонская и нормандская

to destroy- разрушать

was completed- балы закончена

roof- крыша

is written- написана

tomb- могила, надгробный памятник

pilgrimage- паломничество

full of- полный

feeding- кормящие

pigeons- голуби

fountains- фонтаны

in the middle of- в середине, в центре

Nelson’s Column- Колонна Нельсона

at the top- в верху

was erected- была воздвигнута

to commemorate- посвятить

victory- победа

to defeat- побеждать, разбивать

fleets- флота

pedestal- подножие, пьедестал

is decorated- украшена

bas-reliefs- барельеф

representing- представляющий

to contain- содержать

outstanding- выдающийся

impressive- впечатляющий                      

invasion- вторжение

has been used- было использовано

observatory- обсерватория

arsenal- оружие

have been executed- казнить

jewels- драгоценности

precious stones- драгоценные камни

armour-вооружение, доспехи

to exhibited- выставлять на выставке

customs- обычаи

are kept- хранятся

carefully- бережно

 

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Useful phrases

Repeat ones again, please!-Повтори еще раз, пожалуйста!

Wait for a moment!-Одну минуточку!

No so quickly, please!- Не так быстро!

Help me, please!-Помоги (помогите) мне, пожалуйста!

Translate, please!- Переведи (переведите), пожалуйста!

Repeat please, from the beginning!-Повтори пожалуйста, сначала!

Give me a prompt, please!-Подскажи (подскажите), пожалуйста!

Repeat this sentence ones again, please!-Повтори это предложение еще раз, пожалуйста!

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Plan to the writing a monologue

  1. London as a capital.
  2.  The Houses of Parliament.
  3.  Westminster Abbey.
  4.  St. Paul Cathedral.
  5.  Trafalgar Square.
  6. The Tower of London.
  7. Your opinion.