Тема: " Traveling ”
Aims and Objectives:
to teach students to use new words;
to develop communicative and reading
to practice skimming the text;
to incorporate group work;
to widen students’ knowledge about
Hello! Is it time to say
It’s time to say, it’s time to
say, it’s time to say HELLO.
Good, nice to meet you, sit
What day/date is it today?
Please open your copybooks and write down the date.
Today is an unusual lesson. We
are going to learn English while travelling around London. You will be able to
visit the well-known places of interest in the capital, to discover some new
things about them and even see them. So, let’s continue our travelling around London today!
Before we start, let’s warm up. How are you today?
1) Do you want to travel?
2) Why do people travel?
3) How do people usually travel?
4) What is the fastest/ the slowest transport?
5) How are we going to travel to Great Britain?
Right you are! We have
already learned the non-finite forms of the verbs. So, now we’ll do a task.
Please, look at the blackboard
and read these sentences silently.
The boat train took us from Harwich to London.
Two thousand years ago 80 ships were sailing on the grey waters.
anything so far?
Julius Caesar saw the white cliffs in front of him.
I suggest going there by bus.
Now you have to consider the
verbs forms and conclude which of them can play the role of predicate itself
and which of them – the role of the part of the predicate.
We are having our farewell
seeing tour round London. Get in our red double-decker. While the trip we have to pronounce the words correctly
inhabitants will not be able to understand us. Let’s practice.
Trafalgar Square, Queen
Madam Tussaud's Museum
St. Paul's Cathedral
House of Parliament
Listen to the sentences and guess the meaning of the unknown words
judging from the context. Write your ideas about their meanings.
1. Buckingham Palace is the London home of the Queen.
the column in the centre there is a statue
of Admiral Nelson.
Admiral Nelson defeated
the French at the Battle of Trafalgar in 1805.
They are changing the
Here you can see
the tombs of many British kings and queens and other famous people.
Let’s have a little rest. Your
task is to translate the word-combinations into Ukrainian.
the most famous sights
defeated the French (отримав перемогу над французами);
a very democratic park (дуже демократичний парк);
the seat of the British government (місце британського уряду);
a royal church
the greatest work (найвизначніша робота).
Now let’s make our trip. Listen to the guide.
Good morning, ladies and gentlemen. Welcome to our
is one of the largest cities in the world. About seven million people live here.
London is more
than two thousand years old. London’s most
famous sights are Tower Bridge, Big Ben and the Houses of Parliament, Trafalgar Square and St. Paul's Cathedral. You’ll see all these
places and much more of London
from our red double-decker.
We are in Trafalgar Square now. On the
column in the centre there is a statue of Admiral Nelson who defeated the
French at the Battle of Trafalgar in 1805. On our right you can see the
National Gallery. It has a fine collection of European paintings.
Now we’re going towards Piccadilly Circus and now we’re making our way to Buckingham Palace. Look right. We are passing Hyde
Park. In the park anyone stand up and say what they want. It is a
very democratic park.
Now we are at Buckingham Palace. It is the London home of the Queen. When the flag is
flying on the top, she is at home. Look, they are changing the guard. It
happens every day at 11.30 a.m.
We’ve just turned left and you
can see St. James Park. It is one of the royal parks. Here you can see pelicans
and ducks. There are a lot of parks and gardens in London. In Regent’s Park there is a London
Zoo. It is one of the biggest zoos in the world.
Straight ahead are the Houses
of Parliament and Big Ben. The Houses of Parliament is the seat of the British
government. Big Ben is one of the most Famous clocks in the world.
In a moment you’ll see
Westminster Abbey. It is a royal church. Here you can see the tombs of many British kings and queens and other famous people.
Now we’re going along Victoria Embankment.
We’ve passing many bridges over the river Thames: Westminster
Bridge, Waterloo Bridge.
Now we’re going over Tower
Bridge. From here you can
see the Tower of London. It was a fortress, a royal
palace and later a prison. It is a museum now.
Earlier in our tour we saw a famous royal
church, Westminster Abbey. We are now making our way to the second church, St. Paul's Cathedral.
It is the greatest work of the architect Sir Christopher Wren.
We are now going along Fleet
Street to the Strand. On the right you’ll see
the Covent Garden. Once it was a big fruit and
vegetable market. Now it is a tourist shopping centre with cafes and
Our tour has finished. We’ve
come back to Trafalgar Square.
I hope you’ve enjoyed the tour. Thank you and good bye.
(Читання тексту супроводжується показом малюнків
визначних місць Лондону).
Isn’t London beautiful?
listened to the text and now we’ll see how well you understand it. Find the
best ending to each given sentence. (учні працюють з картками).
is one … (of the largest cities in the world)
the column in the centre there is … (а statue of Admiral Nelson)
It has a fine collection
of … (European paintings)
4. When the flag is flying on the top … (she is at home)
5. In Regent’s Park there is … (a London Zoo)
6. It is the greatest work
of the … (architect Sir Christopher
7. Now it is a tourist
shopping centre … (with cafes and
Now let’s play a "London Quiz”.
London is the ….. of England.
2. The famous clock in the London calls…
a) Big Boll
b) Big Doll
c) Big Ben
3. More than… live in London.
a) 2 mln
b) 18 mln
c) 8 mln
4. From Tower Bridge you can see…
a) St. Paul’s Cathedral
b) The London Zoo
c) The Tower of London
5. The Queen lives in…
a) the Tower of London
b) Buckingham Palace
c) Westminster Abbey
6. Westminster Abbey is famous…
b) royal church
7. In Regent’s Park there is the biggest… in the
8. There are… in the centre of London
a) Piccadilly Circus
b) Trafalgar Square
c) Regent’s Park
1 b, 2 c, 3 c, 4 c, 5 b, 6b, 7 c, 8,b.
been to London.
Work in pairs. Mention some things you have done or seen there. Your partner is
to guess and say where you have been. Use the list of places given on the
You worked well and your marks are…
Your homework for the next lesson is to prepare report about one of the London
places of interest.
What did we do at our lesson today?
did you like the most?
Let’s finish our lesson with the
I am a good pupil.
I am a better pupil.
I am the best pupil.
You are free, good-bye.