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Учитель английского языка Киселёва Ирина Ивановна
Урок по теме «London- The Heart of Nation»
План-конспект урока
Тип занятия: обобщающее повторение ( закрепление знаний по теме « London, the capital of Great
Britain» )
1) образовательная: совершенствовать речевые навыки и умения монологической речи
2) воспитательные: - учить учащихся проявлять интерес к стране изучаемого языка;
- повышать мотивацию к изучению ИЯ;
- воспитывать уважение к культуре страны изучаемого языка;
- воспитывать уважение друг к другу
3) развивающие: - активизировать внимание учащихся на занятии, создавать

благоприятный психологический климат

- способствовать развитию творческой деятельности студентов;
- развивать умение сравнивать, обобщать, абстрагироваться;
- развивать настойчивость, умение преодолевать трудности для
достижения намеченной цели.
Оснащение урока: раздаточный материал: тексты, рабочие листы, карточки с грамматическими
заданиями, фотографии достопримечательностей Лондона, компьютерная презентация в
программе Power Point
Материалы учебных пособий: - приложение к газете « Первое сентября» № 45, 2003
- журнал « Иностранные языки в школе» № 5-6, 1999
- V.F. Satinova “ Read and Speak About Britain and the
-ресурсы Интернета
План учебного занятия
1- Организационный этап (приветствие, сообщение темы и цели занятия)
2- Повторение материала по теме « Лондон»:работа с лексикой ( “ Brainstorming”), ответы на
3- Экскурсия по Лондону (с элементами ролевой игры)
4- Работа над текстом “ Car Ban In Square Goes Ahead”.
5- Подведение итогов по теме урока.
6- Подведение итогов работы на уроке.
1. Организационный этап.
Teacher: Good morning! Delighted to see you. Today we are going to read and speak about
London. London – that is the topic of our lesson. Imagine you are reporters of the Russian magazine
“ Around the world”. You have a task from your editor to write an article about London You are going
on a business trip to London. But first remember what you already know about the British capital.

2. Повторение темы « Лондон»

Teacher: At first you’ll do the following task. You will work in pairs. I’ll give you a couple of minutes to
think about London and then you’ll complete the Word Web.
(Учащиеся получают карточки со словами ( см. приложение 1) и после некоторого
обсуждения заполняют на доске Word Web)


Teacher: Well done. Now answer my questions about London.

a- What is London home of the Queen? ( Buckingham Palace)
b- What is the Tower of London now? ( It is a museum)
c- Where does the Prime Minister of Great Britain live? ( at 10, Downing Street)
d- What is Scotland Yard? ( The home of the police force in London)
e- What is there in the center of Trafalgar Square? ( Nelson’s Column)
f- What is Hyde Park famous for? ( for its Speaker’s Corner)
g- Where did most of the English kings and queens have their coronation ceremonies? ( in
Westminster Abbey)

3. Экскурсия по Лондону.
Teacher: Look at the blackboard. Here’s the programme for your staying in London.
· Lord Mayor’s Conference
· London Sightseeing
· Discussing the Trip.
( на доске написана программа пребывания в Лондоне)
Teacher: You are in London. You are invited to Mansion House. Lord Mayor is giving a conference for
foreign reporters.
( фотографии ,речь лорда мэра, вопросы корреспондентов)
Teacher: The groups of our reporters explored London. Some of them visited London’s museums and
( Учащиеся комментируют слайды презентации Лондона и рассказывают о
достопримечательностях) – компьютерная презентация
Another group walked round London’s parks and gardens. Shared your impressions.
( показывают фотографии)
Now listen to the dialogue of our reporters about places connected with the Royal family.
The photographer of the group took some pictures of monuments in London.
( представление фотографий)
Teacher: As I see you have a lot of information about London .The editor will be pleased with your work.
Teacher: In the evening at the hotel our reporters are listening to the radio, watching TV and reading
British newspapers. Here are what they have learned
( Аудирование текстов « Concerts in London», « London Buses», « London Parks», см. Приложение
2). После прослушивания учащиеся выполняют тестовые задания. См. приложение 3.
Listening Comprehension
1. True
2. False
3. False
4. True
5. True
6. False
Teacher: And now I suggest that you should be divided into 2 groups. The task to deal with error
correction is given to the first group. And the task to deal with the degrees of comparison of adjectives
is given to another group. You will choose one representative from each group to announce the
( Ребята получают карточки с текстами на нахождение ошибок по содержанию прочитанного и
карточки с грамматическими заданиями). См. приложение 4, 5
a- Correcting Mistakes
On September 1666 there was a fire in the old city of London. The fire started in the house of the
king’s baker near London Bridge. The weather was bad that day, there were many houses on
London bridge and many houses in London were burnt. The fire started on Saturday and was
over on Thursday. The people of London built a new city after the fire.
b- Degrees of Comparison
London is the biggest city in Britain. More than seven million people live and work there. London
is one of the most important cities in the world. It is a centre for business and for tourism.
In London you can find some of the best theatres, cinemas and museums. There are many
beautiful old churches in London, too. There are about 10, 000 streets in London. Oxford Street is
London’s main shopping centre. You can buy clothes, shoes and toys in it. People from all over the
world shop in Oxford Street. You can find many old and new beautiful parks in the city. The largest
park in London is Hyde Park. It is one of the most popular places of Londoners on hot summer
days. There are many other pleasant parks and green squares there, too.

4. Работа над текстом “ Car Ban In Square Goes Ahead”

Teacher: . And now we will read and discuss the newspapers article “ Car Ban in Square Goes
Trafalgar square is a famous landmark in the center of London. It’s a place where people meet and
congregate on occasions such as protests and New Year’s Eve. There are sculptures, fountains and
nelson’s column. Plans have now started to pedestrianise the area and this have caused problems
for London’s traffic.
Pre-reading : Before you read you will do the following tasks.
( Учащиеся получают Worksheet A и в парах выполняют вопросы 1,2,3. После проверки они
выполняют вопрос 4) см. Приложение 6
While-reading:а- После этого учащиеся получают текст ( см. Приложение 7). Ведется работа
над чтением и переводом. Затем они выполняют упражнения с листа Worksheet B ( см.
приложение 8)
1- b
2- c,e,f,g
3- a- True
b- False
d- True

b- Vocabulary . Работа над лексикой по тексту. Учащиеся выполняют упражнения по Worksheet

C (см. Приложение 9)
1- с 6- b
2- d 7- e
3- a 8- j
4- g 9- f
5- i 10- h
Post- reading
Teacher: And now let’s discuss the following questions:
· Is there a place you would like to change?
· Is there a place you like which has problems, like Trafalgar square does with traffic?
· Is there a place you would like to improve?
· Would you like to change any of your college?
5. Подведение итогов по теме занятия:
Teacher: After having read and discussed the text, answer my question , “ What is missing in the
Word Web?” ( answer : PROBLEMS)
I do hope that you have learnt very useful information about London.
6. Подведение итогов работы на уроке.
Teacher: I thank you for your work. Your marks today are… Your home task for the next lesson is …

Приложение 1
Capital England Big Museums Art galleries
Madam Tussaud’s
Very old Government Queen Elisabeth II Great Fire
Приложение 2
Concerts In London
London is a very musical capital. Every evening you can see or hear opera, or classical music, ballet
or rock music. The Royal Opera House is famous all over the world for its productions and singers. But
seat prices are very high. There are 3 concert halls near the National Theatre. In the summer, there are
sometimes 1 or 2 free open- air rock concerts in Hyde Park. An audience of a quarter of a million people
is a usual thing.
Every summer, from July to September, concerts are held in the Royal Albert hall, and you can buy
tickets at all prices. Serious music- lovers stand in the arena or in the top gallery, but you don’t have to
stand, because there are plenty of seats.
London Buses
There are 2 main kinds of buses in London: the red double-decker and the red single-decker.
There are a large number of routes in London. The main places the bus goes to are shown on the front
of the bus.
Some double- deckers in London have automatic doors, and you pay the driver when you go in. On
the single-deckers you buy your ticket from a machine in the bus. But most London buses have a
conductor, who will come round and collect fares.
You can get a bus map of London at most underground stations. This map shows the routes for all the
buses. But you ‘ll have to find the bus stop yourself. And remember to look for the number of the bus on
the post at the bus stop.
Double- deckers have seats for 65 people. Only 5 people are allowed to stand when the seats are full.
So the conductor may stop you getting on the bus if there are 5 passengers already standing.
London Parks
London parks are the most beautiful areas of the city. In the summer you can sit in St. James’s park by
the side of the lake and listen to the band playing music.
Green Park is a different kind of park. It is a quiet, wooded place.
Hyde Park was once part of a forest. In our days, Speaker’s Corner of the park is always a center of
activity. Public debates are held there nearly every day. Sunday is the most popular day. And you will
usually find some people making speeches.
There is a boating lake, and skating in the winter if the ice is 10 centimetres thick. There is an open-
air theatre where plays are performed in the summer, and a rose garden and a restaurant.
Приложение 3
Listening Comprehension
Statements True False
1. There are many beautiful parks in London.
2. St. James’s Park is famous for Speaker’s Corner.
3. There are 3 main kinds of buses in London: the red double-decker
and the single double-decker.
4. London is a very musical capital.
5. The Royal Opera House is famous all over the world.
6. Near the National Theatre there are 5 concert halls.
Приложение 4
Correcting Mistakes

The Great Fire of London

1. Read and translate the following text
On Saturday, 2nd September 1666 there was a strong wind from the river and a big fire
began. It started in the house of the king’s baker, near London Bridge.
The baker’s wife woke up in the middle of the night because the house was on fire. Soon the next
house started burning and then the next and the next… The fire burnt until Thursday. Many houses in
London were burnt. The fire burnt for four days and destroyed 80 % of the city. More than 250 thousand
people didn’t have home any more.
After the Great Fire people built a new city. The city became larger and larger. By 1830 there were
more than one and a half million people in London.
2. Read the text carefully, find the things which are wrong, then correct them.
The Fire of London
In October 1796 there was a fire in the old city of London. The fire started in a house on London
Bridge. The weather was fine that day, there were few houses on London bridge, and that’s why only 4
houses were burnt. The fire started on Thursday and was over on Friday. The people of London built a
new city after the fire.
Приложение 5
Degrees of Comparison
This Is London
Task. What degrees of comparison are missing in the following text ?
London is the ___ ( big) city in Britain. More than seven million people live and work there. London is
one of the ___ ( important) cities in the world. It is a centre for business and for tourism.
In London you can find some of the ___ ( good) theatres, cinemas and museums. There are many

beautiful old churches in London, too. There are about 10, 000 streets in London. Oxford Street is
London’s main shopping centre. You can buy clothes, shoes and toys in it. People from all over the
world shop in Oxford Street. You can find many old and new beautiful parks in the city. The ___ ( large)
park in London is Hyde Park. It is one of the ___ ( popular) places of Londoners on hot summer days.
There are many other pleasant parks and green squares there, too.
Приложение 6
Worksheet A
Car ban in square goes ahead

Before you read

1. Which countries are famous for these places and buildings?
The Taj Mahal
Red Square
The Louvre Art Gallery
a/ Russia b/ China c/ India d/ France
2. What places and buildings are famous in your country?
Have you been there?
3. What places and buildings is London famous for? Choose 3 from this list.
Buckingham Palace
Wall Street
Big Ben
Trafalgar Square
The Eiffel Tower
4. You are going to read a newspaper article about Trafalgar square in London. This is the headline
from the article
Car ban in Square goes ahead
What is the story about?
a/ A new bus service in the Square
b/ A plan to stop cars driving in the square
c/ A serious accident in the square
Read the news report to find out.
Приложение 7
Car ban in Square goes ahead
Trafalgar Square is one of the great landmarks of London. Here you will find Nelson’s Column, two
fabulous large fountains, and, most importantly, the National Art Gallery. Unfortunately, this great art
museum is separated from the square itself by a wide and busy road. The traffic pours down this road
incessantly, rarely pausing to let people cross.
And this is Trafalgar square’s problem. It is a massive public space which is completely surrounded by
busy roads. Nowadays, the square is little more than a massive roundabout. The cars and buses
dominate the square, and the pedestrians- visitors and Londoners both- struggle to enjoy visiting the
Fortunately, now is a time for change. The Local Government has an ambitious plan to regenerate
Trafalgar Square. They have closed the road that separates the National Gallery from the square. From
today, the square has one side free from traffic and the change to the area is already incredible. People
stroll from the gallery, down into the square. They are relaxed and enjoying the freedom from cars.
Soon, the old road will be covered and a grand central stairway will lead directly from the National
Gallery into Trafalgar square. There will be open air cafes, lifts for the disabled and the square will be
cleaned daily. Once again, Trafalgar square will be the place to be !
But there are opponents to this change. Motorist organizations claim that road chaos will ensue, as
drivers are forced onto fewer roads, and as diversions operate. They say the new road layout will
worsen the already bad traffic congestion.
Other people claim that the cost of 25 million pounds is too high a price to pay. But the architect,
Norman Foster, says the project will create a new heart for London by improving the balance between
pedestrians and vehicles, and that it will be an excellent piece of urban regeneration.
Приложение 8
Worksheet B
Car ban in square goes ahead
Before you read the second time
1. What is the main aim of the plan?
a/ to offer more cafes for visitors
b/ to make the square easy for people on foot to use
c/ to make driving in London easier
2. Which of these things does the plan involve?
a/ closing several roads
b/ adding toilets
c/ opening cafes
d/ making new fountains
e/ closing one road
f/ adding lifts
g/ cleaning the square
Read to check your ideas
3. Are these sentences true or false? Read to find the answers.
a/ You can see water in Trafalgar Square.
b/ Only tourists had problems using the square.
c/ The regeneration will cost more than 20 million pounds.
d/ Before this change, there were few traffic jams in London.
Приложение 9
Worksheet C
Car ban in Square goes ahead
Match the words on the left with their definitions or synonyms on the right
1. Fabulous a- a road junction shaped like a circle or a wheel
2. Incessantly b-disorder, no control
3. Roundabout c- wonderful, very good
4. Ambitious d- continuously, all the time
5. Grand e- many cars moving slowly
6. Chaos f- cars, buses, taxis
7. Traffic congestion g- daring, brave
8. Pedestrians h- changing a place to make it better
9. Vehicles i- magnificent, impressive
10. Regeneration j- people who are walking
Приложение 10
Рассказ о достопримечательностях
The British Museum
The British Museum has one of the largest libraries in the world. The British museum Library has a very
big collection of printed books and manuscripts, both old and new. You can find there some of the first
English books printed by Caxton. In the reading-room of the British Museum many famous men have
read and studied.
The Tower
Here is the Tower of London. Hundreds of years ago the tower was a castle. The oldest part of it is the
square building which is called the White Tower. For many years the Tower was a state prison. At
present many people visit the tower as a museum.
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 of the clock. It is the biggest clock bell in Britain . The clock bell is called Big Ben after
Sir Benjamin Hall.
National Gallery
An art gallery in Trafalgar Square, London, which contains the largest collection of paintings in Britain,
and especially one of the most important collections of Italian paintings. It was founded in 1824.
Kew Gardens
That’s the Royal Botanic gardens. They are fantastic, full of all sorts of exotic plants from all over the
world. You can get the river boat from Westminster Pier, near the Houses of Parliament.
Hampton Court
The Palace is open till 6 in the evening and is right by the river. So you’d have time to have a good
look round. The Palace has got 2 ghosts, by the way the ghosts of 2 of Henry’s wives.
Buckingham Palace
The Queen of England lives in Buckingham Palace. It is a wonderful building with a monument in front
of it which is the Queen Victoria Memorial. It takes people 10 or twenty minutes to get from Buckingham
Palace to Trafalgar Square.