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Travelling

Конспект урока

Педагогика и дидактика

The most expensive and the fastest way of travelling is by plane. With modern air liner you can travel in one hour to a place you want. The seats are comfortable there. You can sit and read, look out of the window or sleep until you arrive at your airport.

Английский

2014-04-05

56 KB

1 чел.

Урок в 8 класі

Вчитель: Гуреш Наталя Олександрівна,

спеціалізована школа №200 м. Київ

Тема: Travelling

Мета:

1.Освітня:поглибити знання учнів з теми «Подорож»;

2.Навчальна: навчити будувати монолог за допомогою прийому    «Кубування»

3.Розвивальна:розвивати мовну здогадку, діалогічне мовлення,

                         навички роботи з текстом, розвивати вміння працювати

                         під час групової роботи;

4. Виховна: виховувати інтерес до мови, бажання пізнавати нове.

Обладнання: роздатковий матеріал, презентація до уроку.

Хід уроку

І. Організаційний момент

(привітання)

ІІ. Фонематична зарядка

(Guess the name of the poem)

We travel by car,

And travel by train.

We travel by boat,

And we travel by plane.

We travel by land,

And we travel by air.

We travel, travel, travel

From here to there.

Оголошуємо тему, мету уроку, перспективи

ІІІ. Мовленнєва зарядка

(Talking about ways of travelling we remember Air (plane, helicopter), Rail (train)

Sea (ferry, boat, yacht, boat), Road (bus, bike, car, hitch hikers).

What is the quickest way of travelling?

What is the slowest one?

What is the most comfortable way?

What is the cheapest way?

What is your personal favorite way? Why?

When did you travel last time?

IV.Основна частина

A.      Робота з кубом ( на гранях кубу записано початок речень, учні вибирають закінчення,  кожна команда вибирає спікера та презентує роботу:

-       People like to * ….

-       When people *…

-       * is (are) very….

-       * help(s) us to ….

-       Personally I prefer *….

В. Reading tasks

(Some words are missed try to write them)

Travelling by plane

 The most expensive and the fastest way of travelling is by plane. With modern air liner you can travel in one hour to a place you want.

 The seats are comfortable there. You can sit and read, look out of the window or sleep until you arrive at your airport.

  The main advantages are speed and comfort.

Ask questions to which these sentences might be answers?

1.      The most comfortable way of travelling is by plane.

2.      Yes, they are. They are comfortable.

3.      You can sit and read during your trip.

Travelling by car

 Many people like travelling by car. It is very comfortable too. You can make your own time table and stop whenever you want.

 You can see the country you are travelling through and not only the clouds.

You don’t have to buy a ticket. You never miss your train or plane.

Ask questions to which these sentences might be answers?

1. Many people like travelling by car because it’s comfortable.

2. No, you don’t. You don’t have to buy a ticket.

3. You can see the country during your trip.

C.Listening comprehension

Val: you are listening to Travel Tales. I am Valerie Doubleday and today we are asking you to tell us about people who have been on amazing journeys. Our next caller is Scott from York…

Scott: Morning Valerie.

V:Who’s your travel hero, Scott?

S: Well,  Valerie. I love cycling, so my travel hero is a cyclist. His name is Alastair Humphreys and he has just returned to the UK from an amazing journey all around the world by bicycle! He cycled 46,000 miles across 5 continents and through 60 countries.

V: Amazing! Which route did he take?

S: Well, he took a Chanel, then he cycled through Europe and the middle East, down from Egypt to South Africa, got a boat to South America. Through the Americas from Patagonia to Alaska, then he sailed across the Pacific

To Siberia and Japan. Then back on the bike across Asia and back to Europe.

V: how long did it take him?

S:Four years and three months.

V: What were his favorite places?

S: He really liked South Africa, Sudan, Russia and Columbia, but he said that in general people were friendly everywhere.

V: Did he have any difficult moments?

S: There were problems getting visas for some countries, and a few difficult customs officers at some borders… He got lost a few times and he had a few crashes. And he had some pretty extreme weather from 45 C in Sudan to minus 40 in Siberia!

V: Oh!

S: In China he rode for one month without a break!4.200 km without a shower!

V: Ooh!

S: He cycled up a 4.900-mere- high mountain in Peru! And in one day in Bolivia he got 15 punctures!

V: Oh, dear!Why do you think he did it?

S: For the adventure, of course, but above all to raise money for the charity ’Hope  and Homes children.

V: Have you met him?

S: Yes, I met him last week.

V: What’s he doing now?

S: He’s having a rest, and then he night write a book about his journey.

 New words

Ferry – a boat that carries people or goods across a river

    Rob – to take money away from someone

Charity – help to people who are poor

Customs officer – a person who works at the place where bags are checked for illegal goods

Pre listening task

І.Find four countries Alastair’s been

    ІІ Listen again and choose correct answer:

1. How did Alastair Humphrey leave England?

a. by ferry

b. by plane

c. he cycled through the Channel Tunnel

2. Apart from cycling, he has travelled

a. by air

b. by rail

c. by sea

3. Which difficulty does the speaker NOT mention?

a. problems with visas

b. accidents

c. being robbed

4. Why did he do it?

a. mainly for fun

b. to write a travel book

c. to raise money for charity

D. Work with the dialogues

(some phrases are missed, fill in the gaps)

Dialogues 1

(car)

A: I’d like to rent a car, please.

B: For how many days would you like the car?

A: Just for two days.

B: What kind of car would you like?

A: Ford  will be fine. How much is it?

B: $60 a day.

A: That’ s great!

Dialogue 2

(train)

A: When is the train to Liverpool, please?

B: 3:15

A: Which platform?

B: Platform seven.

A: How much is the ticket?

B: Single or return?

A: Return, please.

B: That will be 14 pounds.

A: Here you are.

B: Thank you. Thank you.

Dialogue 3

(air port)

A: Good morning. May I help you?

B: Do you have any flights to Sydney next Tuesday afternoon?

A: One  moment, please … Yes. There is a flight at 5 and one at 6.

B: That’ s fine. Could you tell me how much a return flight costs?

A: Business class or first class ticket?

B: Business class, please.

A: That would be 346 pounds.

B: Thank you.

Dialogue 4

A: How was your trip?

B: It was fantastic!

A: Did you visit all the places you wanted?

B: Yes, we did. We spent some days at the seaside and then went to Lviv.

A: How long did you stay there?

B: For 7 days.

A: How was the weather?

B: It was wonderful, sunny and warm.

Dialogue 5

(going through the customs)

A: Your passport, please.

B: Here you are.

A: Where are you going?

B: To London.

A: How long are you going to stay in this country?

B: About two months.

A: Here is your passport.Thank you.  

Dialogue 6

A: I would like to book a room, please.

B: Certainly. When would you like to stay?

A:On 17 December, if possible.

B: Do you want a single or a double?

A: A single room is fine.

B: Can I have your name, please?

A:George Harrison. Should I spell it?

B: No, I ‘ve got it.

Е.Writing tasks: (open the brackets)

Text for team 1

 Hi! I am on holiday in Odesa. I am staying at the campsite by the sea. The weather is sunny.

 I have already seen so many places of historical interest. Two days ago I went to the Archaeological Museum.

Last week I visited my pen friend. While we were playing, his mother baked a tasty cake.

I have been eating a lot of fruit since I arrived. I am having so much fun!

                            Love,

                                     Dana

Text for team 2

   Hi! I’m spending a week in Kharkiv. I have never seen such a beautiful city. Unfortunately, the weather is rainy.

There are many huge factories. Yesterday morning I  went to the local Cathedral.

  Last week I visited my aunt. While we were playing with my little nephew, she cooked Ukrainian borsch.

I have been eating a lot of cakes since I arrived. I have put on weight.

                          Bye,

                               Lida

                                         

V. Conclusion

    Home task (learn dialogues by heart)

Choose a proverb which is the best one for our lesson:

•       East or West Home is best.

•       There is no place like home.

•       Sweet, home sweet.

•       He that travels knows much.

Now I know ….

Now I can ….

I like ….

I don’t like….

Total score for the lesson=11

Key:

Listening comprehension- 4

Dialogues -2

Reading – 2

Writing -2

Creativity -1

These sheets of paper you can print and give to your students.

A.      Listening comprehension

 New words

Ferry – a boat that carries people or goods across a river

    Rob – to take money away from someone

Charity – help to people who are poor

Customs officer – a person who works at the place where bags are checked for illegal goods

Task №1

Find four countries Alastair’s been to

Task №2

Listen again and choose the correct answer

1. How did Alastair Humphrey leave England?

a. by ferry

b. by plane

c. he cycled through the Channel Tunnel

2. Apart from cycling, he has travelled

a. by air

b. by rail

c. by sea

3. Which difficulty does the speaker NOT mention?

a. problems with visas

b. accidents

c. being robbed

4. Why did he do it?

a. mainly for fun

b. to write a travel book

c. to raise money for charity

С.Work with the dialogues

Dialogues 1

(car)

A: I’d like to rent a car, please.

B: For how many days would you like the car?

A:____________________________.

B: What kind of car would you like?

A: _________________________. How much is it?

B: ___________________.

A: That’ s great!

Dialogue 2

(train)

A: When is the train to Liverpool, please?

B: ______________

A: Which platform?

B.___________________

A: How much is the ticket?

B: Single or return?

A: ___________________.

B: That will be 14 pounds.

A: __________________.

B: Thank you. Thank you.

Dialogue 3

(air port)

A: ___________________._____________________?

B: Do you have any flights to Sydney next Tuesday afternoon?

A:________________.

B: That’ s fine. Could you tell me how much a return flight costs?

A: Business class or first class ticket?

B:___________________.

A: That would be 346 pounds.

B: ______________________.

Dialogue 4

A: How was your trip?

B: __________________!

A: Did you visit all the places you wanted?

B:________________________.

A: How long did you stay there?

B: ______________________.

A: How was the weather?

B: ___________________.

Dialogue 5

(going through the customs)

A: Your passport, please.

B: __________________.

A: Where are you going?

B: __________________.

A: How long are you going to stay in this country?

B: _______________________.

A: Here is your passport.Thank you.  

Dialogue 6

A: I would like to book a room, please.

B: Certainly. When would you like to stay?

A __________________________.

B: Do you want a single or a double?

A: _____________________.

B: Can I have your name, please?

A:____________________. Should I spell it?

B: ________________________.

D.Writing tasks:

Text for team 1(Open the brackets)

 Hi! I am on holiday in Odesa. I am staying at the campsite by the sea. The weather is sunny.

 I  already (see) so many places of historical interest. Two days ago I (go) to the Archaeological Museum.

Last week I (visit) my pen friend. While we  (play), his mother baked a tasty cake.

I  (eat) a lot of fruit since I arrived. I am having so much fun!

                            Love,

                                   Dana

Text for team 2 (Open the brackets)

   Hi! I’m spending a week in Kharkiv. I never (see) such a beautiful city. Unfortunately, the weather is rainy.

There are many huge factories. Yesterday morning I  (go) to the local Cathedral.

  Last week I (visit) my aunt. While we (play) with my little nephew, she cooked Ukrainian borsch.

I (eat) a lot of cakes since I arrived. I have put on weight.

                          Bye,

                               Lida

                

(Вчитель може прибрати слова,які забажає)

Reading task

1. What words are missed?

Travelling by plane

 The most comfortable and the most expensive is by plane. With modern air liner you can travel in one hour to a place you want.

 The seats are cozy there. You can sit and read, look out of the window or sleep until you arrive at your airport.

  The main advantages are speed and comfort.

2. Ask questions to which these sentences might be answers?

1. The most comfortable way of travelling is by plane.

     2.Yes, they are. They are cozy.

3. You can sit and read during your trip.

Reading task

1. What words are missed?

Travelling by car

 Many people like travelling by car. It is very comfortable too. You can make your own time table and stop whenever you want.

 You can see the country you are travelling through and not only the clouds.

You don’t have to buy a ticket. You never miss your train or plane.

2. Ask questions to which these sentences might be answers?

         1. Many people like travelling by car because it’s comfortable.

2. No, you don’t. You don’t have to buy a ticket.

3. You can see the country during your trip.


 

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