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Северинівська загальноосвітня школа I-III ступенів Сумської районної ради Сумської області

Цикл уроків за темою

«Подорожуючи Британією»

(Introducing Scotland)

у 9-му класі

(за підручником Л.В.Калініна, І.В.Самойлюкевич)

Підготувала:

вчитель англійської мови

Бицан О. М.

Клас 9 Урок 3

Тема: Подорожуючи Британією.

Підтема:Подорож до Шотландії.

Цілі: Ввести нову лексику за темою.

Практикувати учнів у читанні, аудіюванні та письмі.

Активізувати навички та вміння усного мовлення на основі

вивченого тематичного матеріалу.

Розвивати пізнавальну активність учнів.

Прищеплювати інтерес до вивчення англійської мови.

Розширювати знання учнів країнознавчого характеру з

використанням відеоматеріалів.

Розвивати інтерес до життя, історії, культури, звичаїв та

традицій Шотландії.



Обладнання: підручник, зошит, навчальний посібник з англійської мови та

культури “ Word on the Street”, диск з навчальною програмою “Word on

the Street”, комп’ютер, мультимедійний проектор, аудіозапис мелодії

волинки.


Хід уроку

I. ПІДГОТОВКА ДО СПРИЙНЯТТЯ ІНШОМОВНОГО МОВЛЕННЯ.



1. Greeting. Привітання

T: Good morning, dear boys and girls! I’m glad to see you. How are you?

Today we’ll start our lesson with listening to the sounds of a musical instrument. Can you guess this musical instrument? Yes, this instrument is called bagpipe.

2.Aim. Повідомлення теми та мети уроку

So, the topic of our today’s lesson is connected with the country where bagpipes are considered to be their national musical instrument. Can you guess the name of the country?

Yes, you are right. It’s Scotland.

And the topic of today’s lesson is “A trip to Scotland”. We are going to walk in the Highlands of Scotland.

I’m sure that you’ve learned a lot about this country at your geography lessons, from TV programmes. At our lesson we’ll try to enlarge your knowledge about this country while doing different activities.

3. Warming up

And now give 3-5 associations you may have with Scotland’s:



  • history

  • geography

  • traditions.

Do you know that Scotland is a separate country from England both historically and culturally? Even today Scotland has its own legal system, educational system and currency.
II. ОСНОВНА ЧАСТИНА УРОКУ

  1. Vocabulary Presentation. Лексична робота

а) Введення нової лексики,с.200

First we should learn some new words. Open your books on page 200.

Read new words after me.

б) Словникова робота

в) Make up some sentences using new words.

2. Speaking

Look at the pictures and say how they, in your opinion, relate to Scotland.

Ex.I, p. 200, 201

3. Listening

1) And now read the fact file about a part of the Highlands of Scotland and suggest what it could be?



Factfile:

  • It is 38 kilometres long from end to end.

  • It averages about 230 metres deep.

  • There is plenty of area for some creature to hide.

  • Saint Columbus blessed the water there in the year 565.

  • There is an ancient castle there.

2) Now we are going to enrich our knowledge about Scotland watching a video.

You are going to watch an episode about Loch Ness.

What, do you think the characters will have discovered by the end of the tour?

(Scene 1: Walking in the Highland of Scotland 01:45 – 06:15)

Watch scene 1 and tick the items of the Visitors’ Centre which helped the characters to explore their Scottish family history.

a. mugs d. photos

b. socks e. books

c. ribbons f. tartan kilt

Watch Scene 2 and match the beginnings to the endings.

(Навчальний посібник з англійської мови та культури “Word on the Street”, с. 28)

( Scene 6: Walking in the Highland of Scotland 17:49 – 21:52)

Watch Scene 6 and match the sayings to the speakers, p. 30

3) With a friend, discuss what makes Loch Ness a popular tourist destination.

4) Writing

Watch Scene 7 and make the sentences passive, p. 31

4. Speaking

T: Say what you can see/ hear/ feel while sightseeing in Scotland. Use the words and word-combinations from the chart above.

Ex. III a), p.202

5. Discussion

In pairs, discuss:



  • what Scotland has to offer;

  • what nice things you have heard about Scotland;

  • how you plan to explore Scotland’s past;

  • in what way Scotland is completely different from England.

6. Matching

Orally, match the things to do with the people/ events/ places in Scotland.

Ex. IIIc), p. 203

III. ЗАКЛЮЧНА ЧАСТИНА УРОКУ.



1. Homework. Домашнє завдання

1) To do exercise III e), p. 204 orally;

2) To learn words, p. 200

2. Summarizing. Підведення підсумків уроку

So, our lesson is going to its end. I think you have enriched your knowledge about the country. Your marks are …



Клас 9 Урок 4

Тема: Подорожуючи Британією.

Підтема: Визначні місця Шотландії.

Цілі:Активізувати вживання лексичних одиниць з теми.

Розвивати навички усного мовлення.

Практикувати у читанні тексту з метою розуміння всієї

інформації. Розвивати увагу, пам'ять, уяву, швидку

мовленнєву реакцію, комунікативні здібності.

Розширювати знання учнів про країну, мову якої вони

вивчають. Виховувати почуття поваги до країни та її історії.

Обладнання: підручник, зошит, презентація вчителя “Introducing

Scotland”, вірш “My Heart’s in the Highlands”, картки для само-

оцінювання.

Хід уроку

I. ПІДГОТОВКА ДО СПРИЙНЯТТЯ ІНШОМОВНОГО МОВЛЕННЯ.



1. Greeting. Привітання

T: Good morning, dear boys and girls! How are you today?

I see you are in good mood, full of energy and ready for the lesson.

2. Aim. Повідомлення теми та мети уроку

The topic of our lesson is “The Sights of Scotland”. So, today we are going to review the material, learn new facts and interesting information.



3. Warming up

Do you know the names of any famous Scottish people?

Robert Burns is the national poet of Scotland.

Listen to his poem called “My Heart’s in the Highlands”.

My heart's in the Highlands, my heart is not here,

My heart's in the Highlands, a-chasing the deer;

A-chasing the wild deer and following the roe-

My heart's in the Highlands wherever I go.

Farewell to the Highlands, farewell to the North,

The birthplace of valour, the country of worth;

Wherever I wander, wherever I rove,

The hills of the Highlands forever I love.

Farewell to the mountains high-cover'd with snow,

Farewell to the straths and green valleys below;

Farewell to the forests and wild-hanging woods,

Farewell to the torrents and loud-pouring floods.

My heart's in the Highlands, my heart is not here,

My heart's in the Highlands, a-chasing the deer;

A-chasing the wild deer and following the roe-

My heart's in the Highlands wherever I go.

What is the main idea of this poem?

II. ОСНОВНА ЧАСТИНА УРОКУ.



1. Teacher’s presentation “Introducing Scotland”

T: Let’s make an imaginary tour around Scotland. I called it “Introducing Scotland”. It is devoted to the things, places and words associated with Scotland and its people. Let’s start.

(Презентація вчителя)

2. Speaking. Діалогічне мовлення

Now your task is to make up small dialogues using information from the presentation. Get ready in 3 minutes.



3. Reading

Read the conversation between a teenage tourist and Douglas McDonald, a middle-aged man of Scottish origin, at the border between England and Scotland. Say why they both enjoyed it a lot.

Ex. IV, p. 205, 206

4. Vocabulary Presentation. Лексична робота.

а)Введення нової лексики, с. 209

б) Читання та переклад речень, с. 209

5. Writing

Copy the table in your workbook. Decide which of the speakers means the following: Douglas or the tourist.

Ex. IVc), p. 210

6. Role playing. Рольова гра

(Knocking at the door!)

- Excuse me, we are exchange students from the UK. We are going to continue our study in Ukraine, school of Severynivka, the 9th form.

- We are very glad to meet you. Welcome, please. By the way, the topic of our lesson is “The sights of Scotland”. Maybe, you’ll tell us some words about this country.

- Oh, with pleasure.

7. Speaking

1) Рефлексія.

T: Please say: “Would you like to visit Scotland?” Try to find 2-3 arguments “for” or “against”.


  • I'd like to visit Scotland because there I can feel how picturesque this country is. I think I can see the famous Military tattoo in Edinburgh and go shopping in Princes Street.

  • I don't want to go to Scotland because I like England and want to visit London and Stratford-upon-Avon. As you know Shakespeare is my favourite poet, not Burns!

2) Judging by the speakers’ vision of Scotland’s major attractions, say which of them appeal to you most and why.

Ex. IVe), p. 211



8. Writing

The tourist has heard some nice things about Scotland. Fill in the word roses for Scotland and comment on them.

Ex. IVf), p. 211

III. ЗАКЛЮЧНА ЧАСТИНА УРОКУ



1. Homework. Домашнє завдання

1) To do exercise IV b), p.209 in written form;

2) To prepare the dialogue Ex. IV g), p. 211;

3) To prepare reports about Edinburgh*.



2. Summarizing.Підведення підсумків уроку

Dear pupils! Thank you for your work. And now I’d like to know your opinion concerning the lesson. What was the most important? What was the most interesting? Here some cards. Please, write pluses where you choose.

Name: _______________________

I like the lesson

I don’t like the lesson

The lesson was interesting

I have learnt something new

The lesson was boring















My mark for the lesson



12 - 10

9 - 7

6 - 4

3 -1



















You were very active today. I think, you have learned a lot of new facts about Scotland. Maybe, one day you travel to this nice country and there you can enjoy its beauty.

So, for this lesson you have got the following marks …

The lesson is over. Good bye!

Клас 9 Урок 5

Тема:Подорожуючи Британією.

Підтема: Великі міста Шотландії.

Цілі: Розвивати навички читання, письма та усного мовлення.

Розвивати комунікативні та творчі здібності учнів.

Розширювати знання учнів про країну, мову якої вони

вивчають. Виховувати почуття поваги до країни та її історії.



Обладнання: підручник, зошит, роздавальний матеріал з текстом

“ Glasgow”, карта Шотландії, вікторина про Шотландію, гра

“Name the Word”, сенкан, аудіозапис пісні “My Bonny is over the

ocean”.


Хід уроку

I. ПІДГОТОВКА ДО СПРИЙНЯТТЯ ІНШОМОВНОГО МОВЛЕННЯ.



1. Greeting. Привітання

T: Good morning, children! How are you today?



2. Aim. Повідомлення теми та мети уроку

Today we’ll speak about the biggest cities of Scotland. By the end of the lesson you will improve your speaking skills, practice your reading and writing. You’ll learn how to write a visitors’ checklist and cinquan.



3. Warming up

T: First of all, let’s complete the quiz about Scotland.

1. What is the capital of Scotland?

a) Aberdeen

b) Edinburgh

c) Glasgow

2. A tartan is …

a) spotted

b) striped

c) checked

3. A “loch” is the Scottish word for …

a) a lake

b) a river

c) an island

4. A drink associated with Scotland is …

a) wine


b) beer

c) whisky

5. Bagpipes are a kind of a …

a) purse


b) flower

c) musical instrument

II. ОСНОВНА ЧАСТИНА УРОКУ

1. Checking on homework

In pairs, discuss your plans for touring Scotland.



2. Speaking

1) T: Please, look at the map of Scotland and answer the questions:

Where is Scotland situated? - It is situated to the north of England.

What is Scotland washed by? - It is washed by the Atlantic Ocean and the North Sea.

What rivers in Scotland do you know? - The river Clyde, etc.

Are there high mountains in Scotland? - Yes, there are. Some of them are covered with snow.

What is its capital? - It is Edinburgh. What other big cities in Scotland can you name? - Glasgow, for example.

2) Удосконалення навичок монологічного мовлення.

T: You know that every country has its capital. The capital of Scotland is Edinburgh. We go on our trip. Let’s visit   Edinburgh. It is very interesting to listen about the history of the city and its interesting places and famous people.
What do you know about the history of Edinburgh? What can you say about its parts?

P1: Edinburgh is a capital of Scotland since the 15 century. It was an important strategic centre in Scottish wars. Its population is 470 000.  It is very proud but friendly. Edinburgh has a great past. It is an ancient city and you can touch on history at every step in Edinburgh. Practically every building has a tale to tell.
The two most interesting parts of the city are the Old Town and the New Town. The Old Town is situated on the Castle Rock. The New Town was built to the north of the Castle in the 18 century and was linked with the Old Town by bridges.
The Old Town is a striking contrast to the New Town. It has many beautiful streets lined with trees. Princes Street is the most beautiful street in the New Town. It has a lot of gardens and it is also a popular shopping centre in Edinburgh. Princes Street lies between the New Town and the Old Town.
Edinburgh is the finest city in Europe which is hardly changed for century.
T: Thank you. It has been interesting information.
T: Let’s walk along the city and try to guess its main sightseeing.
P2:  I want to tell about interesting places of the city.
The Castle is situated on the Castle Rock. It is older than the city. No one can say exactly when the first settlers came to live on the huge rock. They built a castle there. It was used as a fortress and then a royal palace. It is very beautiful and at night it looks like a castle in a fairy tale. Many tourists visit it with great interest.
P3: Another interesting place is Holyrood House.  Holyrood House is a big royal palace. It is the residence of the Queen when she is in Edinburgh. As many other buildings it is an example of beautiful architecture and design. You can get there along the Royal Mile.
T: Edinburgh is associated with the names of George Byron, Walter Scott, Robert Burns and others. It is also associated with the world famous Edinburgh Festival of Music and Drama.
P4: Walter Scott is a famous Scottish writer. His monument is situated in Princes Street. The monument is very high, it rises between green trees. People call it a poem of stone because it is unusual, attractive and romantic. There is a marble statue of the writer inside of the monument. Walter Scott had his favourite dog and you can see it near the writer. 
T: It seems to me as if I have just walked along the city with you.

3. Relaxation.

T: I hear a wonderful melody of the old English song “My Bonny”.  Let’s have a short rest and listen to a song.



4.Reading

Glasgow

Glasgow is the largest city of Scotland with almost 1 million inhabitants. It lies only 50 miles from Edinburgh, near the west coast of Scotland, but most people would agree that the two cities could not be more different!

For many centuries Glasgow was little more than a cluster of cottages built on the river Clyde. In fact, the name itself means “dear, green place” in the Gaelic language and this is as true today as it was in the 6th century. In the middle of 15th century the second university in Scotland was built in Glasgow, and the city became important as one of the educational centres. The discovery of America led to the start of the modern city with increasing import of tobacco, sugar and cotton and, consequently, a growing shipbuilding industry. Slowly Glasgow transformed itself into one of the richest and most successful cities in all of Britain.

However, in the 20th century, things started to go wrong for the city. The depression of the 1930s hit the city’s heavy industry particularly badly, and thousands of people lost their jobs. From its poverty the city soon developed a taste for left-wing politics – a taste which remains to this day as there is not a single Conservative MP in the whole city!

Glasgow and its neighbouring industrial towns are situated upon the Lancashire coal-field, while the city itself lies on the raised bank of the River Clyde. It dominates the whole region and every day many thousands of workers commute to the city. It is the centre of a great variety of manufacturing industries. Glasgow became a great port and manufacturing centre at the beginning of the 18th century. Today its leading industries are shipbuilding, iron and steel, machinery and chemicals, textile and clothing, marine and aero engines, road vehicles and machine tools, cotton and woolen carpets production. It is also known for its book-producing and publishing firms.

Today Glasgow is important as a cultural centre. In 1990 it became European City of Culture, ahead of cities such as Athens, Florence, Paris, Amsterdam and Berlin. Glasgow is full of interesting museums and art galleries: The People’s palace telling the historical and social story of Glasgow; the Museum of Comparative Religion, exploring the world’s different faiths through art; Glasgow Cathedral, a wonderful example of Gothic architecture, etc.

However, Glasgow is perhaps most famous for the liveliness of its people. The Irish and Highland immigrants of previous centuries have added some of their own charm and wit to the “Glasgow melting pot”, making it the friendliest city in Scotland. In addition the shopping facilities are particularly good with many small speciality shops dotted around the main street.
Let's draw the table like this:

We know

We want to know

Now we know

Glasgow is the largest city of Scotland.

......


What is Glasgow famous for?

.....


Today Glasgow is important as a cultural centre.

.....


While reading the text you have to fill in the table. After that we shall discuss your work. What new facts can you find in the text?

Decide if the following statements are true or false:



  1. Glasgow is situated to the north of London.

  2. Glasgow and Edinburgh have much in common.

  3. Glasgow is known to have been founded in the 13th century.

  4. Christopher Columbus played an important part in the development of Glasgow.

  5. The citizens of Glasgow never helped the Conservative party of Great Britain to win elections.

  6. The heavy industry of Glasgow was the only one which did not suffer greatly during the 1930s economic crisis.

  7. Glasgow and Odesa have some common features.

6. Writing.

Your Language Portfolio: Writing

T: Today we’ll learn how to write a visitors’ checklist. Let’s study the language tips.

Visitors’ Checklist

P. 212

4. Work in trios.

T: Read the information from the visitors’ checklist below and choose the places to go which is the best suited for each of you. Give reasons for your choice.

Ex. III d), p. 203,204

5. Writing

Creative work

T: Now, we are going to write our own poem. Look at the example! Such poem is called a “cinquan”:

Let’s sum up our lesson and do it in a form of “cinquan”.

1 line: Theme (the main word)

2 line: 2 adjectives

3 line: 3 verbs, actions of the main word or comparison

4 line: a sentence (quotation on the topic)

5 line: synonym of the main word or phrase

Scotland

Wild and beautiful

Living its own life

It is the country of worth

How I want to visit it!

Your own cinquan poem must be ready in 3-5 minutes.

III. ЗАКЛЮЧНА ЧАСТИНА УРОКУ

1. Homework. Домашнє завдання

1) To compose a visitors’ checklist for one of Scotland’s major attractions;

2) To write an essay “Is Scotland worth visiting?”*

2. Summarizing. Підведення підсумків уроку

T: So many countries, so many traditions. It is a famous English saying. Do you agree with it? What associations have you got when you hear the word Scotland?


I offer you to play a game “Name the Word”. I’ll give you the definitions and you name the word corresponding to this definition.

1. It is a kind of a skirt worn as part of man’s dress in the Scottish Highlands. (A kilt)


2. A musical instrument with air stored in a bag of wind held under one arm and pressed out through pipes in which there are reeds.(A bagpipe)
3. Public entertainment with music, marching by soldiers. (Tattoo)
4. Sport and cultural event known from North to West of Scotland. (Highland Games). 
5. Scottish dish of parts of sheep mixed with oatmeal and cooked in a sheep’s stomach. (Haggis)

So, our lesson is going to its end. I think you have enriched your knowledge about the country. Your marks are …
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