Внеклассное мероприятие "One day in London" : Иностранные языки
Тип занятия: виртуальная экскурсия по Лондону.
Вид занятия: внеклассное мероприятие.
- углубление знаний учащихся о стране изучаемого языка, её культуре, достопримечательностях и литературе;
- создание условий для диалога культур;
- развитие умений и навыков учащихся аргументированно высказываться на иностранном языке;
- обучение учащихся правильной и красивой декламации стихов английских поэтов;
- воспитание положительного, толерантного отношения к английскому языку как средству общения народов стран другой культуры.
Оборудование: интерактивная доска, компьютер, карта Лондона, визитки для учащихся, диск с записью английской песни «Green Fields”, видео фильм «Guide to London”.
1. Учитель и учащиеся Кенсингтонской грамматической школы в Лондоне обсуждают приезд учащихся из России, которые выиграли турне «Москва — Лондон»
How do you do, friends,
I hope you are very well.
How do you do!
We hope you are too.
Тeacher: Hello, Diana! Why are you so happy today?
Diana: I have got a letter from Russia. Here it is.
Mary: You have got a pen-friend in Russia, haven\'t you?
Diana: Yes, I have. I met Margaret in an international ecological camp in Russia two years ago. You know, she is coming to London one of these days.
Julia: Is she coming alone?
Diana: No, with her classmates. They have won a tour to London.
Betty: Let\'s show them round our city, shall we?
All pupils: OK.
2. Подходят учащиеся из России.
Тeacher: Hello, guys!
Glad to see you again.
Pupils: Glad to see you too.
Diana: Hello, Margaret! It\'s so good to see you again!
Margaret: It\'s so good to see you too!
Diana: I haven\'t seen you for ages!
Margaret: Neither have I!
Diana: How are you?
Margaret: Just fine! Just fine!
Teacher: Let me introduce you each other. These are students from Russia. I taught them English in Moscow a year ago. And those are students from Kensington grammar school, London. Now let\'s think of the programme of our tour. What would you like to see in London?
Sveta: I\'d like to see Trafalgar Square. And you? What would you like to see?
(учащиеся задают друг другу этот вопрос — по цепочке).
Teacher: OK. Now we can start sightseeing. But before it, let\'s watch a video fragment. It will help you if you lose your way in London. Then use your ideas to act out similar dialogues.
(На экране сценка «Полицейский и приезжий на Трафальгарской площади» - диск «Guide to London”. После просмотра видео учащиеся в парах составляют подобные диалоги).
Teacher: Michael, imagine that you are an officer. Max, you are a stranger. Ask the policeman the right way to the National Gallery.
Max: Excuse me.
Michael: Can I help you?
Max: Could you tell me the right way to the National Gallery, please?
Michael: Well, go straight, then turn left, cross the bridge and on the left hand side you\'ll see the National Gallery. You can\'t miss it.
Max: Thank you.
Margaret: Excuse me.
Gloria: Сan I help you?
Margaret: Could you tell me where the British Museum is, please?
Gloria: It\'s just around the corner, on the opposite side of the road. Let me show you.
Margaret: Thank you very much. That\'s very kind of you.
Gloria: Are you a stranger in town?
Margaret: Yes, I\'ve just arrived this morning.
Gloria: Where are you from?
Gloria: As far as I know, it\'s a nice city, but I have never been there. Oh, there\'s the British Museum there.
Margaret: Thank you for your help.
Gloria: You\'re quite welcome. I hope you\'ll enjoy your visit.
Teacher: ОК. Let\'s go sightseeing. I suppose, we don\'t need a guide. Some of you may be our guides. As I remember you worked hard at your English and you know a lot about London and its history. And our students will help you to see the places of interest. Diana, will you begin, please?
Diana: Well, London is one of the biggest and most interesting cities in the world.
Helen: What do you think we should see first?
Diana: You\'d better start sightseeing with the City.
Sandra: This is the Tower of London. It was founded by Julius Caesar.
Nastya: Can I continue your story?
Sandra: Yes, sure.
Nastya: In the early days of the history of England English kings lived in the Tower which was also a royal palace, a castle, a fortress and a prison. Nowadays it is a museum of the past where twelve black ravens live. There is the Yeoman Raven Master to look after the ravens and to feed them. According to a legend Britain will exist as long as there are ravens in the Tower.
Kate: And I\'d like to see London\'s churches. As far as I know, there are a lot of churches here.
Betty: A twenty minutes walk from the Tower will take you to another historic building – St. Paul\'s Cathedral, the greatest English churches. It was built by a famous English architect, Sir Christopher Wren. In one of its towers hangs one of the largest bells in the world, Great Paul, weighing about 17.5 tons.
Jane: Oh, it\'s so old and attractive. But let\'s go to Westminster Abbey.
Helen: Not far away, in Westminster, another important part of London, where most of the Government buildings are situated is Westminster Abbey. Many outstanding English statesmen, painters and poets, Newton, Darvin and Tennyson among them, are buried here. The English queen Elizabeth the Second was crowned in Westminster Abbey.
Julia: Across the road from Westminster Abbey is Westminster Palace, the seat of the British Parliament. Its two graceful towers stand high above the city. The higher of the two contains the largest clock in the country and the famous bell Big Ben.
Sveta: As far as I know, Trafalgar Square is the geographical centre of London. Why not go there?
Mary: If now we walk along Whitehall, which is not at all a hall, but just a street where the chief government offices are to be found, we\'ll soon come to Trafalgar Square. It was so named in memory of the victory at the battle of Trafalgar. In the middle of Trafalgar Square stands Nelson\'s monument. Nelson was the famous British Admiral who won historical victories in the war against Napoleon. The column is guarded by four bronze lions.
Max: Oh, it\'s a very interesting place. Where are we going now?
Alex: I\'m told one must see Madam Tussaud\'s Museum.
Margaret: OK. Do you know that Marie was born in Strasbourg, France. She spent her early life in Paris where she learned the art of wax modelling from her uncle Philippe Curtus and worked in his studio as a modeller of waxworks.
Julia: And I\'m going to tell you about the Museum. It is one more world famous museum in London. At present there is a rich collection of life size wax portraits of Kings and Queens , politicians, stars of film, television and pop, sportsmen and sportswomen. The museum of waxworks is popular with many visitors.
Dima: What about going to Hyde Park? I\'ve heard a lot about its shady avenues and Speaker\'s Corner.
Diana: That\'s not a bad idea. Look at these beautiful flower beds and swans and ducks floating on the ponds.
Sveta: It seems almost unbelievable that all around there is a large city with its heavy traffic and smoke.
Kate: It\'s a lovely place. Let\'s have a short rest here, by the pond.
Nastya: Look! I\'d like to recite a poem “Daffodills”.
Teacher: Oh, it\'s a poem by W. Wordsworth, one of the great poets of the romantic period in English literature. Guys, open your hearts to verses.
by William Wordsworth
I wandered lonely as a cloud
That floats on high o\'er vales and hills,
When all at once I saw a crowd,
A host, of golden daffodils;
Beside the lake, beneath the trees,
Fluttering and dancing in the breeze.
Continuous as the stars that shine
And twinkle on the milky way,
They stretched in never-ending line
Along the margin of a bay:
Ten thousand saw I at a glance,
Tossing their heads in sprightly dance.
The waves beside them danced, but they
Out-did the sparkling leaves in glee;
A poet could not be but gay,
In such a jocund company!
I gazed—and gazed—but little thought
What wealth the show to me had brought:
For oft, when on my couch I lie
In vacant or in pensive mood,
They flash upon that inward eye
Which is the bliss of solitude;
And then my heart with pleasure fills,
And dances with the daffodils.
Mary: Hyde Park reminds me the English romantic song “Green Fields”. Let\'s sing it now.
Once there were green fields kissed by the sun.
Once there were valleys where rivers used to run.
Once there were blue skies with white clouds high above.
Once they were part of an everlasting love.
We were the lovers who strolled through green fields
Green fields are gone now, parched by the sun.
Gone from the valleys where rivers used to run
Gone with the cold wind that swept into my heart,
Gone with the lovers who let their
Where are the green fields that we used to roam?
I\'ll never know what made you run away.
How can I keep searching when dark clouds hide the day?
I only know there\'s nothing here for me.
Nothing in this wide world, left for me to see
But I\'ll keep on waiting till you return.
I\'ll keep on waiting until the day you learn
You can\'t be happy while your heart\'s on
You can\'t be happy until you bring it
Home to the green fields and me once again.
(Все поют песню)
Teacher: Well, you have been in London for some time now. What are the things that have struck you most?
Kate: Oh, I\'ve got a lot of impressions of London. The parks are so beautiful! There are lawns and flowerbeds, fountains and avenues in the parks; but mostly the parks consist of trees and grass and water. They are planned to look as natural as nature itself. You can spend your time between early hours in the morning till late in the evening in the country – without leaving London! Londoners like their parks and are proud of them. You can see a herd of deer coming quite close and squirrels hopping from one branch to another.
Max: I was interested in the speakers in Hyde Park. Many of them talked a lot of nonsense, but it was funny to hear them.
Alex: What about the taxes – aren\'t they unbelievable? When I first saw them I rubbed my eyes; I don\'t believe they have changed since about 1900.
Teacher: Guys, we\'ve spent a good time today. Tomorrow we\'ll see Buckingham Palace, the residence of the Queen, the changing of guards. In the evening we can go to the National Theatre. See you tomorrow. All the best. Good-bye.
- Практический курс английского языка для взрослых. Часть 2. Под редакцией профессора В.Д. Аракина. Издательство «Владос», 2004 г.
- Английский язык 8—11 классы. Конспекты уроков. Автор-составитель Ю.И. Верисокин. Издательство «Учитель», 2009 г.
- Topics for discussion. Авторы: И.И. Кошманова, Н.А. Сидорова. Издательство «Союз», 2009 г.
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