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Конспект урока №2 по теме «Лондон и его достопримечательности»; УМК «Радужный Английский»; Вертикаль. Москва. «Дрофа», 2014 под редакцией О.В. Афанасьевой, И.В. Михеевой, К.М. Барановой. 6 класс, Unit 2 “Visiting Britain.”

Данный конспект предлагает один из возможных вариантов проведения такого типа урок, в цикле «Visiting England». Урок заведомо содержит избыточное количество материала, что позволяет выбрать задания, наиболее подходящие для того или иного класса\ученика, усложнить или упростить урок, дать разноуровневые индивидуальные задания.

Цель урока: коммуникативно-речевое развитие учащихся через обобщение знаний о достопримечательностях Лондона.


Образовательные – обучение рецептивным и продуктивным видам речевой деятельности; формирование и развитие коммуникативных умений учащихся на основе языковых, лингвострановедческих и социокультурных знаний, навыков: умения воспринимать на слух длинный текст, умения правильно произносить иностранные слова и выделять в них отдельные звуки, умения правильно использовать в иноязычной речи грамматические структуры и тематическую лексику.


  • систематизировать страноведческий материал о Лондоне;
  • расширить лингвистический кругозор учащегося;
  • способствовать развитию творческой деятельности учащихся;
  • развитие готовности к коммуникации, способности к догадке;
  • сравнению и сопоставлению.


  • формирование уважения и интереса к стране изучаемого языка;
  • воспитывать культуру общения, умения работать в парах, группах, самостоятельно;
  • формировать потребность в практическом использовании языка в разных сферах деятельности.

Оборудование урока – карта Лондона, иллюстративный материал по теме

«Лондон и его достопримечательности», ноутбук, компьютерный проектор, слайды.


Ход урока


T – Good morning, smiling faces! How are you? Feeling friendly? You are wel-

come! We shall have wonderful time together. You will feel happy. By the

way, is it difficult to feel happy? What do you think about this?

P1 – I think it is easy to feel happy when you’ve got a lot of friends.

P2 – It is easy to feel happy when you have loving people around you.

II.Совместное целеполагание(способствует повышению мотивации учащихся, которая поддерживается в ходе всего урока разнообразием видов речевой деятельности).

T – Look at the pictures on the blackboard and read the motto of our lesson:”Who

doesn’t like London, doesn’t like itself.”

What are we going to do at the lesson today? Try to guess about the topic of the


Предполагаемые ответы P1 –to deal with the places of interest in London.

ответы учащихся : P2 – to continue to speak about them.

P3 - …….

T – Yes, you are quite right. We’ll revise vocabulary on the theme of our lesson,

practise phonetic, listening and speaking skills. You should choose one of the

attractions of London you would like to visit and tell some information about it

using “mind-map”(«карта-памятка») as a plan.

III.Warming-up activities.

T – Every musician before a concert tunes up his instrument. And what about us?

Let’s tune up ours(драматизация диалогов в парах\Work in pairs на базе

ранее введённых грамматических структур: If I were you; It is\They are

worth + Ving.

T – Fill in the gaps with one of the names of places of interest in London and act

them out.

A - You see it's my first visit to London and I’d like to see the town. Where

would you recommend me to go in the first place?

B - Well, if I were you I would go to__________________. It is worth visiting

and seeing. It has a world-wide fame.

A - Yes, you are right. I saw _________________ on a postcard last month; it is

really beautiful and magnificent.

IV.Phonetic Exercises(Фонетическая зарядка).

[ 3:] – worth, burn, serpentine, church, person, world, circus

[ i ] - bishop, situated, symbol, busy, official, build, building, magnificent

[ ai] – dinosaur, behind, sight, height, lion, right

[ ] – government, another, become, front

[ ei] - ancient, raven, chamber, famous, coronation

[ а:] - castle, master, guard, grassy, architect,

[ ] - palace, statue, madam, battle, outstanding, narrow

[ e ] - celebrate, commemorate, Eros, bury, spectacle, per cent, ceremony

[ ] - bronze, monarchy, column, sovereign, monument, motto, bottom

[ ] - largest, legend, George, changing

V.Lexical Activities.

Метод”Mind-map”\»Карта-памятка» используется как опора для последующей коммуникативной деятельности, т.е. »смысловые цепочки» в

Виде развёрнутого плана для подготовки монологического высказывания учащихся.

T – You can see the names of some sightseeings of London. You should remember and say the main words and word combinations which are connected with each attraction.(Учитель записывает слова и словосочетания напротив каждой достопримечательности или заранее составленные слайды после того, как ученики назовут все возможные варианты).

The White Tower

William the conqueror

The Tower of London an ancient castle

the Bloody tower

the Crown of Jewels

was founded

are kept

the meeting point of six streets


Picardilly Circus a square

the statue of Eros

is situated in the centre of London

the residence of the Queen

began its life as Buckingham House

Buckingham Palace some kings didn’t like it

can tell when the Queen is at home

the first Duke of Buckingham

bought it from the Duke’s son

on the roof of the palace

monument to Nelson

was named after

Admiral Horatio Nelson

defeat the French Fleet

Trafalgar Square the Battle of Trafalgar

Nelson’s Column

4 bronze lions

at the bottom of the column


Madam Tussaud’s contains wax figures

famous people

the members of the royal family

wide and busy street

Whitehall government offices

political centre of London

famous shopping street

Oxford Street important shopping centre

about 300 shops

a street in central London

Number 10

Downing Street George Downing


the British Prime Minister

lives and works

one of the largest museums in the world The British Museum a museum of history and culture

97 exhibition galleries

7 million objects

English Royal church

coronation for the British monarchy

Westminster Abbey tombs of the English kings and queens

are \were buried

other famous people

the Queen’s official residence

Changing the Guard

the most popular spectacle

Westminster Palace ceremony

take place

at 11 o’clock

1100 rooms

a man

Raven Master looks after


the clock tower

Benjamin Hall

Big Ben call after

look after the building of the clock

the most famous clock

strikes every hour

a symbol of the London city

Double-Decker red

can be the best of London

one of the largest parks

in central London

take long walks

Hyde Park Serpentine

narrow lake with boat station

Speaker’s Corner

speak of anything they want

Regent Park London Zoo

the former place of royal hunting

collection of pictures of all European school of painting The National Gallery contains

2000 pictures

open to the public

The Natural History Museum plants, animals and minerals

famous for

its collection of the bones of dinosaurs

the second famous church

the architect Sir Christopher Wren

St. Paul’s Cathedral the seat of the Bishop of London

the second biggest dome in the world

after St. Peter’s in Rome

the seat of the British government The Houses of Parliament on the bank of the Thames

sits and works

VI.Listening Comprehension\развитие аудитивных навыков/.Объём материала уменьшаем или оставляем в данном варианте в зависимости от подготовки учащихся.

T - Listen to the descriptions of London sightseeings, try to guess and understand what sights I’m speaking about.


It is an ancient castle on the north bank of the Thames. There are some buildings on its territory behind strong grey walls. It was built in 1078 by William the Conqueror(William II). It was a royal palace, a fortress, a prison, the Mint, and the King’s Zoo. Now it’s a museum. It is famous for its prisoners such as Thomas More and Guy Fawks. They say Britain will be strong, powerful and successful if ravens don’t live it. The Yeoman Warders popularly known as Beefeaters guard the Crown Jewels. (The Tower of London)


This place is the geographical centre of London. It is popular with tourists from different countries. It was built in 1843 to commemorate Admiral Lord Nelson’s victory at the Battle of Trafalgar in 1805. The column is 51 meter tall and four bronze lions each 6 meter long and more than 3 meter high guard the base of it. Every year people from all parts of London gather together here to celebrate New Year. (Trafalgar Square).


It is a famous museum in London where you can see life-size wax figures of famous outstanding people. Also we can see the wax figures of the members of the

Royal family. It has more than 6 Rooms, including the Chamber of Horror.

(Madam Tussaud’s).


It is a square. It is a meeting point of 6 streets. It is situated in the northwest of London. There is a fountain and the statue to Eros (sometimes called “the Angel of Christian Charity”). (Picardilly Circus).


It is a street in central London. Here the British Prime Minister lives and works. There is usually a policeman outside the front door of Number 10. It is named after George Downing who built houses here in the 17 century. (Downing Street).


It is one of the world’s largest and most important museums of human history and culture. It was built in 1753. Now it is the home to 7 million objects from all continents and has 97 exhibition galleries. (The British Museum).


These birds live here. The legend says that without them the British Monarchy will fall. Name the person who looks after these birds. (Raven Master).


It is the main English Royal church on the north bank of the Thames by king Edward I. It is the site of Coronation for the British monarchy. It has\contains tombs of the English kings and queens and other famous men and women.

(Westminster Abbey).


It is the Queen’s official London residence. It was built in 1705 for the Duke of Buckingham. It was sold in 1761 to George III. Changing the Guard is the most popular spectacle. It takes place in the forecourt and lasts about 30 minutes. This ceremony takes place at 11 o’clock. When the Queen is at home the flag is flying on the top of it. It has more than a thousand and a hundred rooms in it. (Westminster Palace).


It is a beautiful building on the bank of the Thames, the seat where the British government sits and works. (The Houses of Parliament).


It is the greatest work of the architect Sir Christopher Wren. It is the second famous church. It was built in 1709. This dome is the second biggest one in the world after St. Peter’s in Rome. It is the seat of the Bishop of London. (St. Paul’s Cathedral).


It is a museum which is open to the public. It has plants, animals and minerals. It is famous for its collection of bones of dinosaurs. (The Natural History Museum).


Another name for the Royal Opera House. (Covent Garden).


London Zoo is situated in this park. It is open to public from 1838. It is the former place of royal hunting. (Regent’s Park).


It is one of the largest parks in central London. It is open from 5a.m. to 12p.m. Londoners like to take long walks over its grassy territory in fine weather. There is Serpentine in it. It is a narrow lake with boat station and a beach. It is famous for its Speaker ’s Corner where on Sundays people stand up on boxes or chairs and speak of anything they want. (Hyde Park).


In all streets of London you can see them. They are red. They are also a symbol of the city of London. From them visitors to London can see the best of the city. (Double-Decker).


They say it is the busiest shopping street in Europe. It is fairly long, about two and a half kilometres. There are about 300 big and small shops on its both sides. (Oxford Street).


It is situated in central part of London. There is a lake here where you can see pelicans. The pelicans are from Russia. (St. James’s Park).


It is one of the most famous clocks in the world. It strikes every hour. It is the clock tower. (Big Ben).


It is a wide busy street in central London. Government buildings and officies are situated here. It is the political centre of the British capital. (Whitehall).

VII.Монологические высказывания учащихся с использованием «смысловых цепочек» и слайдов.

T - Well done. It’s time to choose the sight of London you would like to visit and explain your choice.

VIII. Объяснение домашнего задания: найти материал об этимологии названия Лондона и его исторических данных.


Список использованной литературы:

1. О.В. Афанасьева, И.В. Михеева, К.М. Баранова. Учебник »Радужный Английский»\”Rainbow English”6 кл. Часть I. Вертикаль. Москва. “Дрофа», 2014г.

2. О.В. Афанасьева, И.В. Михеева, К.М. Баранова. Рабочая тетрадь к учебнику «Радужный Английский». Вертикаль. «Дрофа», 2015г.

3. О.В. Афанасьева, И.В. Михеева, К.М. Баранова. Лексико-Грамматический практикум к учебнику «Радужный Английский». Вертикаль. «Дрофа», 2015г.

4. Лингвострановедческий словарь. «Великобритания» Адриан Р.У. Рум. М. Издательство «Русский Язык», 2000г.

5. Учебно-методический журнал «Английский Язык»: приложение к газете «Первое сентября» №6 2012г.

6. ”Speak Out” – журнал для изучающих английский язык, 2006г.

7. Лингвострановедческий справочник «Лондон», Г.Д. Томахин, М. «Просвещение», 2000.


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