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Урок – путешествие

Тема: «A trip to London »

7 класс

Цель: создать условия для повышения мотивации в процессе изучения иностранного языка при закреплении изученного материала в форме мультимедийного проекта по теме «Достопримечательности Лондона».



А) развитие познавательной деятельности учащихся;

Б) расширение кругозора;

В) развивать умения и навыки сотрудничества в условиях групповой работы.


Отработать умения и навыки устной речи в форме монолога, диалога.


Способствовать привитию интереса к изучению иностранного языка за счет уникальных возможностей ИКТ, развитию творческого мышления во время проектной деятельности.

4. Познавательные:

Формировать знания по теме «Достопримечательности Лондона».


Презентация «A trip to London », компьютер, мультимедийный проектор, экран, наглядности достопримечательностей Лондона.

Ход урока

I Орг. Момент

T: - Good morning! How are you?

  • Who is on duty today?

  • Who is absent today?

  • I am glad to hear it!

  • What is the date today?

II Речевая зарядка

  • What is the weather like today?

  • Do you like autumn? Why?

  • What weather do you like?

  • Do you like to travel?

T: Today we shall speak about our travel to London. (Слайд №1)

III Фонетич. Зарядка

T: Let’s learn a proverb: East or West – Home is best.

  • What does it mean?

  • Give me the Russian equivalent.( слайд №2)

P: В гостях хорошо, а дома лучше.

T: Well, children, don’t forget this proverb!

IV Чтение высказывания с общим охватом содержания

T: There is saying about traveling. Let’s read and translate it. (Слайд №3)

Adventure is necessary for us all. It keeps people from growing stale and old; it develops or imagination, it gives us movement and change which are necessary to our life.

  • Why do people travel? ( Слайд №4)


To learn a language

To make friends

To know customs, traditions

To visit new places

V Развитие умений аудировать

T: - Today we are going to have a trip to London. Listen to me and answer the questions.

London is the capital of Great Britain. It is very old city. It is two thousand years old. London is not only the capital of the country but also a huge port. London is situated upon both banks of the Thames. There are 17 bridges across the river. The population of London is about 9 million people. London has 3 parts: the City of London, the West End and the East End. The City of London is the oldest parts of London. There are many offices, firms, banks in this part of London. The West End is the centre of London. There are many sights in the West End. There are, for example, the Houses of Parliament with Big Ben, Westminster Abbey, Buckingham Palace, Trafalgar Square and Tower of London. The East End of London is the district for working people. There are many factories, workshops there.

VI Проверка аудирования

  1. London is a capital of …

  2. How old is London?

  3. In what river is London situated?

  4. How many bridges are there across the river?

  5. What is the population of London?

  6. How many parts does London have?

  7. What places of interest are there in the West End?

VII Сообщения учащихся

T: If you were in London, what places of interest would you like to visit and why?

P: If I was in London, I’d like to visit …

The Tower of London

Now we are in the City. You can see the Tower of London. It was a fortress, a royal place, a prison and the king’s Zoo. Now it is the museum. It has a long and cruel history. Many famous and infamous people were kept there. You can see a lot of interesting things in the halls of the White Tower. William the Conqueror built it in the 11th century. There are always black ravens in the Tower of London. The legend says that without them the Tower will fall.

Trafalgar Square

In the centre of London is Trafalgar Square. In the middle of the square stands a tall column. It is a monument to Admiral Nelson who defeated the French at the Battle of Trafalgar in 1805. Four bronze lions look at the square from monument. There are two beautiful fountains in the square. They are in front of the National Gallery, one of the best galleries in the world, which has a fine Collection of European painting. There are always many doves in the square.

The Houses of Parliament

If you go down from Trafalgar Square on the left you see a long grey building with towers which are the Houses of Parliament. The county’s leaders speak in the Houses of Parliament. It is the seat of the British government and it is one of the most beautiful buildings in London. You can hear a speech of the speakers there. The Parliament consists of the Houses of Lords and the Houses of Commons.

Big Ben

Big Ben is the large clock in the tower of the House of Parliament. Big Ben is the name of the clock and the clock tower. You can hear the sound of Big Ben every hour in London. The clock and the bell got their names from Sir Benjamin Hall. He was a tall man, whose nickname was Big Ben. So people know the clock as Big Ben. It weighs 13,5 tons.

Westminster Abbey

On the other side of parliament Square is Westminster Abbey, which was founded in 1050. It is one of the most famous and beautiful churches in London. There are so many monuments and statues there. Many English kings and queens are buried in Westminster Abbey. Many great Englishmen were buried also in the Abbey: Newton, Darwin and others.

Buckingham Palace

Now we are at Buckingham Palace – the where British kings and queens live when they are in London. When the flag is flying on the top they are at home. Tourists always go to see the ceremony of changing the Guard there.

VIII Закрепление знаний о достопримечательностях Лондона

  1. – Маке up Proper Nouns.

Westminster ………… Big Ben ………………

………………..Bridge The Houses of ………..

………………..Nelson Buckingham …………

Trafalgar ……………. The Tower of ………..

National ……………. The …………..Thames

  1. – Answer the questions:

  1. What is the Tower of London now?

  2. What is in the middle of the square?

  3. Who speaks in the Houses of Parliament?

  4. What is the largest clock in the world?

  5. What is Westminster Abbey famous for?

  6. Who lives in Buckingham Palace?

T: There are so many other places to see and visit in London but you can’t do all during one short trip.

  • I think the traveling is very useful thing, isn’t it?

  • I see you are tired. Let’s have arrest and repeat after me a poem:

IX Физминутка

Be very, very careful,

When you cross the street.

Look to the left,

Look to the right.

Then look up and check the light.

We are tourists.

X Закрепление знаний о достопримечательностях Лондона

T: Let’s continue our trip. Read the sentences. What sentences are right here? Say, please.

  1. The Tower of London was a fortress, a palace, a prison and the king’s zoo. (+)

  2. Sir Christopher Wren built Big Ben in 19th century. (-)

  3. In the middle of Trafalgar square stands a tall column. It is a monument to Admiral Nelson. (+)

  4. British kings and queens live in Buckingham Palace when they are in London. (+)

  5. The country’s leaders speak in Westminster Abbey. (-)

  6. Westminster Abbey is one of the most famous and beautiful churches in London. (+)

T: One more pupil should find all the information about the famous places in London and match it with the pictures. (На доске находятся изображения с достопримечательностями Лондона)

Ready, steady, go!

Cards to places of interest:

National Gallery The Tower of London

There you can see two beautiful fountains in front of the National Gallery, one of the best galleries in the world.

It was a fortress, a palace, a prison and the king’s zoo. Now it is a museum.

It is the large clock in one of the towers of the Houses of Parliament.

Twelve black ravens always live there and people carefully look after them.
Big Ben The Tower

It was built by William the Conqueror in the 11th century.
Trafalgar Square The Tower

Four bronze lions look at the square from the monument to Admiral Nelson.

Big Ben Trafalgar Square

They got their names from the nickname of Sir Benjamin Hall, who was a tall man.

This square is in the centre of the London and there is a monument to Admiral Nelson in the middle.

Westminster Abbey Westminster Abbey

Many English kings and queens are buried in it.

Newton, Darwin and many great Englishmen were buried in it.

T: Let’s do the crossword.

  1. What is the capital of England?

  2. What is the business centre of London?

  3. What is a colour of English bus?

  4. What is the largest bridge in London?

  5. Where is the place of British government?

  6. What is the gallery in the centre of London?

  7. What is in the centre of Trafalgar Square?

  8. What is Big Ben?

  9. Who speaks in the Houses of Parliament?











XI Подведение итогов. Д\З.

T: - Is it interesting trip to London?

  • Thank you for our work. That was very interesting to work with you, I think all of you have deserved good and excellent marks.

  • Your home task will do exercise № 10 р. 234 .

  • See you, later. Good – bye.


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