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Good morning! I’m very glad to see you. Today we’ll travel in the world of the English language together. We’ll practise to do tests, read and sum up all the information, which you know about London as the capital of Great Britain.



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Мета уроку:

  1.  Активізувати лексичні одиниці з теми у мовленні учнів на рівні речення.
  2.  Практикувати учнів у читанні з метою отримання загального уявлення та  

           максимально повного розуміння всієї інформації, що міститься в тексті.

  1.  Підготувати учнів до самостійного висловлювання про Лондон.
  2.  Розширити знання учнів про визначні місця Лондона.
  3.  Розвивати пам'ять, кругозір, увагу, вміння працювати в різних режимах навчання і контролю
  4.  Виховувати інтерес учнів до вивчання англійської мови.


Обладнання: магнітофон, мультимедійне обладнання.

Хід уроку

  1.   Повідомлення теми та мети уроку:

      Good morning! I’m very glad to see you. Today we’ll travel in the world of the English language together. We’ll practise to do tests, read and sum up all the information, which you know about London as the capital of Great Britain.

      You have a workshop sheets on the desks. Take it please and put down your form and your name on it.                              

      Choose with a tick how you feel today.


Let’s take a motto for our  lesson: «Sunny thoughts make the whole day brighter». How do you understand these statement?

During the lesson  you’ll receive a gold fish for every correct answer.

More fish you get - better your mark is!

  ІІ.  Основна частина уроку

Let’s begin with a test.

1. Make the right choice

   1. The Union Jack is

  •    a) a flag of the UK                                             c) a flag of Wales

               b) a flag of Scotland                                          d) a flag of England

   2.  The British Prime Minister lives at

             a) 12 Whitehall                                                     c) 7 Russel Street

  •  b) 10 Downing Street                                            d) 15 Oxford Street

   3.  Whitehall is

  •    a) a street leading from Trafalgar Square to the Houses of Parliament

               b)  a white palace near Trafalgar Square

               c)  a big hall in the centre of London

               d)  the palace where the Queen lives in summer

4. The great Fire of London broke out in

               a) 1066                                                      c) 1106

  •     b) 1666                                                     d) 1766

5. Sir Christopher Wren built

  •    a) St Paul’s Cathedral                               c) Buckingham Palace                               

               b)  Westminster Abbey                             d) the Tower of London

6.  Westminster is a …centre of London

              a) cultural                                                   c) business

  •   b) political                                                   d) industrial

7.   Buckingham Palace is

               a) a  palace where the Queen lives only in summer

               b) a  place where the British  Parliament works

  •     c) a  residence of Queen Elizabeth II

               d) a big hall in the centre of London

8.   Big Ben is

              a) a tall tower on the banks of the river Thames

              b) a big clock on the White Tower

  •    c) a big clock on the tower of the Houses of Parliament

               d) a monument in the centre of London.

2.  Match the two halves of the sentences

1) London consists of                                             a) can be found in the West End.

2) The City is                                                          b) in Oxford Street, Bond Street and             Regent   Street.

3) A great number of restaurants, hotels,               c) the Houses of Parliament, the seat

shops  and theatres                                                  of the Government.      

4)  A lot of factories, plants and other                    d) to be the largest department stores

    industrial enterprises                                              in Europe.

5) Westminster is known for                                 e) are located in the East End.                                                                                  

 6) The largest shopping centers are situated          f) four parts.                                                                                                                                                            

7)  Harrods and Selfridges are considered             g) the financial centre of the capital,

                                                                                  where  people make money.


Keys: 1.f  2.g  3.a 4.e  5.c  6.b 7.d  

3. Listening

   Look at the screen, please! ( на екрані зображення Букінгемського палацу)

 What place is it?   What is this palace famous for?

Now we are listening to the dialogue «Queen’s presents». Pay attention to the names of the queen’s present. After the first listening you will do the test if the statements are true or false. After the second listening you will answer the questions.

Pay attention to the new words:

A mink coat, a statue, a jug, a painting, you are kidding, a firm, a mustard.

«Queen’s presents»

Olga:       What’s that, Stephen? Have you got a new camera?

Stephen: Yeah. Just what  I’ve always wanted. It’s a Christmas present from my parents.

Olga:      Really? I’m so happy for you. I love presents. I wish I were a queen, then I   would get presents  every day.

Stephen:  Believe it or not, Olga, but this is what happens in real life. I’ve read a magazine that for  Queen Elizabeth, for example, every day is Christmas day.

 Olga:        You’re kidding!

 Stephen:   Not at all. And some of the presents are very unusual. Once an American hot-dog firm sent her a big box of hot-dogs with mustard.

Olga:         Oh, no! What did she do with them?

Stephen:  I have no idea. But it’s clear that presents can be a big problem. Once,  when the Queen    returned from Canada she brought home a mink coat, a large statue of a horse, a pair of snowshoes, a motor-boat, a piece of iron, a silver jug and a large painting of a power station.

Olga:     What does the Queen do with these presents? Where can she put a large    statue?

Stephen:  There are 600 rooms in Buckingham Palace and the Queen tries to use all of her presents. And she gives many of her presents to museums, especially the British Museum.

Olga:       I’d so much like to go to London one day and visit the British Museum and see Buckingham Palace and Hyde Park and Big Ben.

Stephen:   I hope your dream will come true.         

 True or false?

1. Queen Elizabeth gets presents every day.

2. The people speak about the presents on Halloween.

3 Once an American hot-dog firm sent a queen a big box of hot dogs with mustard.

4. There are 60 rooms in Buckingham Palace

5. The Queen gives many presents to museums, especially the British Museum.

Keys: 1.T  2.F  3.T  4.T   5.T

Answer the questions:

1. What are the names of the people speaking?

2. What holiday are the people speaking about?

3. What unusual presents does the Queen receive?

4. What does the Queen do with these presents?

5. Do you like to have a statue of a horse at home?

  1.  Look at the screen and match the names in the box with the sites of London.

             ( на екрані фотографії відповідних споруд)

Westminster Abbey     Big Ben     The British Museum         St Paul’s Cathedral

The Houses o Parliament

  1.   Match the two parts of the sentences.

  1.  Piccadilly Circus is                                            a) is situated in the centre of    

                                                                                    Trafalgar Square                                                       

  1.  Hyde Park is                                                       b) the oldest building in London.
  2.  The monument to Admiral Nelson                     c) about 6 million books.
  3.  The British Museum contains                             d) the biggest church in England.
  4.  The Tower of London is                                     e) in Westminster Abbey.
  5.  All English kings and queens were crowned      f) the centre of night life in       


  1.  St. Paul’s Cathedral is                                         g) famous for its Speaker’s


Keys: 1.f   2.g   3.a   4.c   5.b   6.e   7.d

  1.   Speaking

What place in London would you like to visit and why?


I would like to visit Hyde Park because it is a beautiful place in London. There is a Speaker’s Corner there.You can rest on the grass and meet many new people.

  1.  Reading

Read the text to receive new information. Pay attention to the words after the text.


The Tower of London

    The tower of London is the most interesting place in London because it reflects the history of the country. William the Conqueror built it in the eleventh century of great white stone. It was called the White Tower. The Tower of London was a fortress, a palace, a prison and a King’s Zoo. Now it is a museum. You can see a lot of interesting things in the halls of the White Tower. The symbol of the Tower of London is six black ravens. People keep them in the Tower and look after them very well because they believe that London will be rich while ravens live there. Therefore the birds have clipped wings and are guarded carefully.

     Nowadays the tower is still a prison. But in this prison the jewels are locked up. The jewels are the famous “crown jewels” of England. According to the traditions the Tower is guarded by the Yeoman Warders or Beefeaters. They still wear their 16th century bright and colorful Tudor uniforms.                    

clipped wings –  підрізані крила;

jewels -  коштовності

What new information have you learned from the text?

Example: As for me I have learned that…   

ІІІ. Заключна частина уроку

How is your mood at the end of the lesson?  What do you like best of all?

          Let’s count your fish. How much fish do you have?

          Choose with a tick how you feel now.


  1.  Домашнє завдання

Your homework is exercise 48 on page 39.

     Imagine that a group of  London  schoolchildren came to your school. Ask them about  their city.


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