Разработка урока Travelling to UK

Travellingto UK

Задачи урока:

Развитие социокультурной компетенциичерез знакомство учащихся с культурой, достопримечательностями, географическимположением, климатом страны изучаемого языка.

Развитие психических функций,связанных с речемыслительной деятельностью.

Воспитание толерантности к странеизучаемого языка.

  Оснащение: картаВеликобритании; карта Лондона; картинки с достопримечательностями Лондона;класс оформлен в виде автобуса; классная доска, куда проецируются поочередноизображения, играет роль лобового стекла автобуса.

  “Путешествие” проводятнаиболее подготовленные ученики класса ( на английском языке) и учительгеографии ( на рус. яз.). Для путешествия выбирается страна Великобритания, ноболее подробно рассказывается об Англии, о ее столице Лондоне и достопримечательностяхэтого города.

  При рассказе на доскупроецируются картинки, фотографии.

  Ход урока

  Учитель английского языка:Good afternoon, my dear friends! Today we will make a tour around Great Britain.The official name of the country we usually call “England” is the UnitedKingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland or the UK. The UK consists offour parts: England, Scotland, Wales and a part of Ireland. England is thelargest and the reachest country of Great Britain

   This country attracts a lot oftourists because it is very beautiful and interesting. So we will make a touraround the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. I hope thatyou’ll get a great pleasure from this traveling.


: We are in England. The capital of England is London .

The St Georges Cross has been the national flag of Englandsince the 13th century

the symbol of England is rose

   Экскурсовод: London isone the greatest cities in the world and is an important centre of art,entertainment and high finance. Its attractions include royal pageantry,architectural masterpieces, fist-class museums and art galleries. Well, let’sstart our traveling.

  We will start in Trafalgar Square .In the centreof square there is a big column. At the top of the column there is a statue ofAdmiral Nelson who had to fight the French at the Battle of Trafalgar in 1805.

  From Trafalgar Square we will go down and visitthe Houses of Parliament (слайд 9). The British governmentis here. We know about the history of the Parliament and Gunpowder Plot.




  The Houses of Parliament are near BuckinghamPalace (слайд 10), so we will go there next. It’s theLondon home of the Queen. Now there is a museum on the ground floor.


  After Buckingham Palace we go will to MadameTussaud`s (слайд 11). It is a famous museum of waxfigures. They have hundreds of wax figures of all the famous people in theworld. The collection was started by Madam Tussaud, a French modeler in wax, inthe 18 century. Here you can meet the Royal Family, Marilyn Monroe, Enshtein,Fidel Castro, Vladimir Putin, Adolf Gitler, the Beatles, Picasso and many other:writers, singers, sportsmen, politicians, movie stars.


  The Tower of London (слайд12) is the oldest museum now. It was founded in the 11th century by William theConqueror. It was a fortress, a castle, a prison and a zoo. There are alwaysblack ravens in the Tower. People look after them very well, as they believethat London will be rich as long as ravens live there. The Tower is guarded byBeefeaters.


  Westminster Abby (слайд 13)is a large Gothic church. It is the traditional place of coronation and burialplace of most British Monarchs.


  The Natural History museum (слайд14) is one of three largest museums in London. There are five main collectionshere: Botany, Entomology, Mineralogy, Paleontology and Zoology. The museum isfamous for its exhibition of dinosaur skeletons.

Stonehenge is a prehistoric monumentin the English county of Wiltshire,about 2 miles (3.2 km) west of Amesburyand 8 miles (13 km) north of Salisbury

BigBenis the nickname for the great bell of the clock at the north endof the Palace of Westminster in London,[1] and oftenextended to refer to the clock and the clocktower,[2] officially namedthe Elizabeth Tower, as well. Elizabeth Tower holds the largest four-faced chiming clock in theworld and is the third-tallest free-standing clock tower.[3] It celebrated its150th anniversary on 31 May 2009,[4] during whichcelebratory events took place.[5][6] The tower wascompleted in 1858 and has become one of the most prominent symbols of bothLondon and England, often in the establishingshotof films set in the city.


Дети поют песню “ A balladof Stonehenge”(слайд 6, 7).

Three thousand years before Christ was a child,
England was beautiful, young and wild.
There were people, forests and rivers there,
And the magic stones hung in the air.

The people who brought them were strong and brave,
And under these stones they found their graves.
Where did they come from? Where did they go?
Who were these people? Well never know.

Was it a temple? An ancient gods house?
Was it a compass for friends from the stars?
They built it five thousand years ago,
But why did they do it? Well never know.

Now these days are gone and the people are gone,
But the midsummer sunrise still shines on the stone.
And the midwinter sunset still comes with the rain,
And Stonehenge greets them on Salisbury Plain.



Edinburgh,the countrys capital and second largest city.

The national flag of Scotland, known as the Saltire or St.Andrews Cross

the symbol of Scotland is thistle

Шотландия знаменита своейнациональной мужской одеждой — килтом,который имеет множество расцветок.

Экскурсовод: In Scotland wecan see a medieval Castle. Edzell Castle is a very attractive place. Thiscastle has a beautiful garden. The garden is 400 years old. And it beautifulwalled. Walled garden created by Sir David Lindsay in1604.


Cardiff was chosen as the capital of Wales

 the symbol of Wales is daffodil

The Flag of Wales incorporates the red dragon (Y Ddraig Goch)of Prince Cadwaladeralong with the Tudor colours of green and white.

Harlech Castle (замок Харлех в Уэльсе)

 Экскурсовод: There is anancient castle in Wales, which is called Harlech Castle. It stands in Harlech,Wales. This castle was built atop a cliff close to the Irish Sea by KingEdward1 during his conquest of Wales.

In NorthernIreland

The capital of Northern Ireland is Belfast

The former Northern Ireland flag, also known asthe Ulster Banner orRed Hand Flag

the symbol of Northern Ireland is shamrock

Dundrum Castle (замок Дандрум вСеверной Ирландии)

  Экскурсовод: InNorthern Ireland we can visit medieval ruins. Dundrum Castle was found by thelegendary Norman knight John de Courcy, who invaded Ireland in 1177. Duringmany centuries this Castle had a lot of hosts. In 1954 the castle and groundswere placed in State Care by the seventh Marquis Downshire.


Учитель английского языка: I`dlike to thank our guides for an interesting tour. And I`d like you to tell mewhat you have leaned. Answer my questions.

The oldest museum which was a prison, a fortressand a castle.

The place of coronation of British monarchs.

The square with a big column and a statue ofAdmiral Nelson.

It’s the London home of the Qulin.

The medieval Castle with beautiful garden inScotland.

The famous museum of wax figure.

The British government is there.


1. The official name ofGreat Britain is………

2. The UK consists of…………countries.

3. The name of the Britishnational flag is……..

4. The Scottish nationalcostume for men is……..

 5. The capital of the UKis……….

6. London is situated on theriver………..

7. Big Ben is…………

8. A double-decker is…….

9. Now the Tower of London is……..

10. The famous museum of wax works is called

Учитель английского языка: Iam glad for your work. The lesson is over good bye!









The national symbols of Scotland are flags, iconsor cultural expressions that are emblematic, representative or otherwisecharacteristic of Scotland or Scottish culture.As a rule, these national symbols are cultural icons that have emerged out of Scottishfolklore and tradition, meaning few have any official status. However, most ifnot all maintain recognition at a national or international level, and some,such as the Royal Arms of Scotland,have been codified in heraldry,and are established, official and recognised symbols of Scotland.

The national flag of Scotland, the Saltire or St. AndrewsCross, dates (at least in legend) from the 9th century, and is thus the oldestnational flag still in use. The Saltire now also forms partof the design of the Union Flag.


The Royal Standard of Scotland,a banner showing the Royal Arms of Scotland,is also frequently to be seen, particularly at sporting events involving aScottish team. Often called the Lion Rampant (after its chief heraldicdevice), it is technically the property of the monarch and its use by anybodyelse is illegal, although this is almost universally ignored, and neverenforced.



 The thistle, the floral emblem of Scotland, also features inScottish & British heraldry through symbols, logos, coat of arms and onBritish currency.










The Flag of Wales incorporates the red dragon, now a popular Welsh symbol, along withthe Tudor colours of greenand white. It was used by Henry VII atthe battle of Bosworthin 1485 after which it was carried in state to St. Pauls Cathedral.The red dragon was then included in the Tudor royal arms to signify their Welshdescent. It was officially recognised as the Welsh national flag in 1959. TheBritish Union Flag incorporatesthe flags of Scotland, Ireland and England but does not have any Welshrepresentation. Technically, however, it is represented by the flag of Englanddue to the Laws in Wales act of 1535 which annexed Wales following the 13thcentury conquest.




The Flag of Saint Davidis sometimes used as an alternative to the national flag (and used in part of Crusaderscrest), and is flown on St Davids Day.




The daffodilis the national flower ofWales, and is worn on St Davids Day each 1 March. (In Welsh, thedaffodil is known as Peters Leek, cenhinen Bedr/Cenin pedr.)





The red kite is sometimes named as the national symbol of wildlife in Wales



The Sessile Oak, also called the Welsh Oak is the national tree of Wales


















The national flag of England, known as St. Georges Cross, has been Englands national flag since the 13th century. Originally the flag was used by the maritime state the Republic of Genoa. The English monarch paid a tribute to the Doge of Genoa from 1190 onwards, so that English ships could fly the flag as a means of protection when entering the Mediterranean. A red cross acted as a symbol for many Crusaders in the 12th and 13th centuries. It became associated with Saint George, along with countries and cities, which claimed him as their patron saint and used his cross as a banner.[1] Since 1606 the St Georges Cross has formed part of the design of the Union Flag, a Pan-British flag designed by King James



The Royal Banner of England[3] (also known as the Banner of the Royal Arms,[4] the Banner of the King of England,[5][6] or by the misnomer of the Royal Standard of England.[4]) is the English banner of arms, that features the Royal Arms of England. This Royal Banner differs from Englands national flag, St Georges Cross, in that it does not represent any particular area or land, but rather symbolises the sovereignty vested in the rulers thereof.[7]




The Tudor rose, which takes its name from the Tudor dynasty, was adopted as a national emblem of England around the time of the Wars of the Roses as a symbol of peace.[13] It is a syncretic symbol in that it merged the white rose of the Yorkists and the red rose of the Lancastrians—cadet branches of the Plantagenets who went to war over control of the royal house. It is also known as the Rose of England.[14]


The oak is the national tree of England,[15] representing strength and endurance. The Royal Oak and Oak Apple Day commemorate the escape of King Charles II from the grasps of the parliamentarians after his fathers execution; he hid in an oak tree to avoid detection before making it safely into exile. The Major Oak is an 800–1000 year old oak in Sherwood Forest, famed as the alleged principal hideout of Robin Hood.



Tea is symbolic of England.[15] In 2006, a government sponsored survey confirmed that a cup of tea constituted a national symbol of England

















Union Flag


The flag of the United Kingdom, the Union Jack, is the only official flag, and isroutinely used on central governmentbuildings in Northern Ireland.[1] It is made from an amalgamation of thecrosses of St George(representing England), St Andrew (representing Scotland) and St Patrick(representing Ireland).

The Union Flag is often flown by Unionistsand Loyalists but isdisliked by Nationalists and Republicans. On 3 December 2012, Belfast CityCouncil, which had hitherto flown the Union Flag every day from City Hall,voted to fly it only on designated days, sparking several weeks of loyalist street proteststhroughout Northern Ireland which are ongoing to date. The protests wereorganised and led by Willie Frazer, former director of Families Actingfor Innocent Relatives (FAIR) and Jamie Bryson, a youngloyalist man from Donaghadee.

St Andrews Saltire


St Andrews Crossis the flag of Scotland,and is one of the flags which makes up the Union Flag. It is used by some Loyalistsin Northern Ireland to highlight their Scottish ancestry. St Andrew was one of the Apostles of Jesus Christ and the flag is said to have beeninspired by a white cross of cloud appearing on a blue sky to a Scottish Kingpreparing for battle.
























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