Step 2. London  

Date:  15.I.2019  Grade: 9
Unit: Unit  V. Geography and travelling
Theme: Step 2. London
The aim:  Educational: to give more information about our capital, to revise grammar; to enrich their knowledge about London.

Developing: to develop pupils’ thinking, speaking, reading, writing, listening comprehension abilities, memory.

Bringing up:  to bring up love and interest in the subject; discuss and understand London geography.

Lesson objectives All learners will be able to: Learn new words and say a word about transport
  Most learners will be able to: Learn new words and do various tasks.
Some learners will be able to: Learn new words and speak about transport. Analyze given feedback.
   The expected result Students will enrich their knowledge about the jobs; they will practise working in groups and will understand the use and harm of the jobs; they will express their opinion on the theme
Inter subject Kazakh, Russian
Methods Brainstorming, hot chair, chair of author, ask — answer questions, explanation method, vocabulary, discussion method, crossword
Previous learning New words according to the professions
Pastoral Care Student centered teaching: respect, support and scaffolding;

To create a friendly atmosphere for collaborative work.

Promote a sense of self-esteem and self-respect and respect for others among all the learners.

The procedure of the lesson:
Time Stages of the lesson Resources
2 min Org. moment:

 

T: Good morning, dear children!

Sit down, please!

Who is on duty today?

What date is it today?

Who is absent today?

  T-P
3 min Warm-up:

 

Warm up.

 

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map

5 min Checking

h/work:

T: Let’s check your homework. Open your copybooks and I will look. Who is not ready for today? Your home task was: ex.8 T. Ayapova
5 min To solidify new material T: Dear pupils, I will write a poem on the blackboard and after this we will read it all together and translate.

T: OK. Now let’s write a dictation. All of you read these words at our last lesson and some of them you have already known. Repeat the words. You have 1 minute. Open your copybooks and write down the date and the word «Dictation».

T: Hello, everybody. The subject of our lesson today is “London”. We are going to have a lesson — discussion, business game where various jobs will be discussed. You know that people must be tolerant to each other, so let’s start with saying compliments.
Group work
IV. Brainstorming activity.

Do you agree it? Answer the questions.

1. What is the capital of London?

2. What is the population of London?

3. What large cities of London do you know?

T:Look at the computer screen and listen to me.

London is the capital of Great Britain, its political, economic and cultural centre. It is one of the large cities in the world and the large city in Europe. Its population is about 8 million people.

London is situated on the both banks of the River Thames. Today in its full extend Greater London cover 625 square miles. Traditionally London is divided into several parts: the City, Westminster, the West End and the East End. They are rather different from one another. The City is the heart of London. Numerous banks, offices and the Stock Exchange. But the City is also a market for goods from all parts of the world. The City extends over an area of about 2,6 square kilometres. About half million people work there, but less than 6 thousand live there.

Westminster is the historic centre of government.  The West End is the richest and most beautiful part of London. The best hotels, shops, restaurants and theatres are situated there. There are beautiful houses  and gardens belonging to the wealthy people. Oxford street in the West End is the endless shopping area which attracts visitors from all over the world.

The East End is the poorest part of London. There are a lot of factories and docks here. the port of London is also in the East End. The streets in the East End are narrow, the buildings are not attractive. The East End is populated by working class families.

 

A textbook by

T. Ayapova

. Reading.Ex.1. Listen and read. Transport in London

What is the difference between….

a. conductor and conductress,

b. inspector and bus driver,

c. single-decker and double-decker,

d. bus and coach.

Ex 2. Make sentences as shown in the example.

The bus having only one floor is a single-decker.

The bus ____________________ is  a double-decker. (having two floor’s called )

The person __________________ is a driver. (crew it)

The man ____________________ is a conductor. (takes your money)

The man ____________________ is an inspector. ( keep your ticket )

New words

Please write down the new words on your vocabulary copy books.

Now repeat after me these new words.

Double – decker bus –  двухэтажный автобус

Single – decker bus  -одноэтажный автобус

Conductor – кондуктор

Inspector – контралер

Coach–  экипаж, автобус

Queue–  кезек

 
20 min The main part:

 

Ex 3. All forms of transport have advantages and disadvantages. Look at the table below and in groups agree on advantages and disadvantages for each form. Draw a table of kind in your notebook.

Example: Do you think buses are crowded in our city?

Are there delays when you travel by air? plane? etc.

What kind of transports do you know? (a car, a plane, a taxi, a train, a bus, a bicycle, etc). Now look at the blackboard.

Ok, can we see these transports in our  village.  What kind of transports can we see in our village?  What kind of transports can we see in London?

Ok,  Let` s read the text about   “Transport in London”.  Ex 1, p 66.

 

Ex 4. Compare the system of public transport in London and your city. Draw a table of this kind in your notebook.

London

1.300 underground stations

2.Double- decker  bus

3.People in Britain have queue

 

Things in common

1.traffic jam

 

My city

1.no underground

2.Single-decker bus

3.People in my village haven` t queue

 

 

When you finish, pin your diagrams on the wall and report. Make your sentences short and simple.

Ex 5.Study these activities. Use  a dictionary.

Standing in crowded buses

Chatting on the telephone

Borrowing money

Looking after children

Getting up early

Watching horror films

Writing tests

 

Wasting time

Sunbathing

Arguing about money

Making new friends

Waiting at the doctor’s

Doing examinations

Sleeping late

smoking

 

Ex 8. Read. Going.

By car, bus, taxi,plane, sea, ship, bike;

In a bus, a train, an elevator, a car;

For a walk, a drive, a ride, a run, a swim;

On a subway, a cruise, a tour, an outing, foot, a bike, a plane.

VII. Home task: Ex 6. Make sentences about yourself. Use activities from Ex 5.

I want to give you a task to write a topic on the theme «Transport in London».

You should write about your favourite city.

 

A textbook by

T. Ayapova

1 min H/w: Open your diaries and write. Ex 6 p 121 diaries
1 min Reflection. I hope the lesson was interesting and useful for you.

What have you learnt today?

What was the theme of our lesson?

What have you learnt today? Was it difficult for you? What was difficult?

Stickers
3 min Evaluations So. Guys. I’ll give your marks.I want to evaluate your activities.

P1: You are the best one who works hard today.

Your English is good & I put excellent.

P2: You want to work industrious, but have some mistakes today. I put mark good.P3:… P4:…

Stand up, please!Our lesson is over. All of you did a good job. Thank you and good bye!