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План урока по английскому языку на тему "Royal family. The Past Continuous Tense"

Date: ____

«Утверждаю»

«___»_______2017г

Зам.директор по УР

Бисалиева Ж.Е_____

Groups: 26,27

Lesson №29

The theme of the lesson: Royal family. The Past Continuous Tense.

The aims of the lesson:

Educational: to study new words connected with the Royal Family.

Developing : To develop students’ speaking, reading, listening and writing skills. To develop creativity, imagination, cognitive interest, and initiative; the ability to analyze and express their opinions, the ability to engage in questioning, the ability to request additional information.

Bringing- up: to bring up the interest to the

The type of the lesson: Competition lesson

Methods: Discussion, explaining, question-answer, brainstorming, comparing, giving information, acting out and vocabulary, individual and pair, group work.

Interobjects connection:Kazakh language, Russian language,History,Geography.

The visual aids: Materials, cards with words, papers with exercises.

The procedure of the lesson:

I.Organization moment:

1.Greeting. Good morning? Glad to see you! How are you?

2.Conversation with on duty:

Check up the educational accessories.

What date is it? Who is absent today? What problem has he (she)? Are you ready for the lesson? Let’s start!

3.Creation the language atmosphere

What is the weather like today? What season is it now? Is it snowing today?

II. Brainstorming

Today we`ll devote our lesson to reading, writing, speaking about WHAT??? Have a look at these pictures and guess WHAT ARE WE GOING TO SPEAK ABOUT? Who is she? 280px-Elizabeth_II_Southern_Cross

P: I think we are going to speak about Queen Elizabeth II

T: Yes of cause, you are right we are going to speak about Royal family

III. Speech drills

Well. So today we’ll speak about a family, but this family is unusual. This family is famous al over the world. Look at the screen of your displays.

(You have instructions how to work with the slides. You can use a mouse and clicking the mouse on the slides, you can come to the following slides)

The theme of our lesson is “THE ROYAL FAMILY”

What would you like to get to know about this family? Would you like to know where it lives, how they live, if their daily life is the same as ours?

I think, it’s always interesting to get to know about the life of famous people.

IV. Warmup.

Активизация познавательной деятельности учащихся

Look at the screen of your displays.

  1. Where does this family live? (In the UK, Buckingham Palace)

  2. What’s the Queen’s name? (Elizabeth II)

  3. What do you think if this family large or small? (It’s large)

Well done. You are clever students. I am proud of you.

V. Checking the homework.

Match English and Russian equivalents.

1. hereditary power а. лидер партии
2. actual power b.
действительный правитель
3. virtual ruler
с. вооруженные силы
4. armed forces d.
партия, находящаяся в оппозиции
5. party in the opposition
е. наследственная власть
6. leader of the party f.
действительная власть
7. in the name of the Queen g.
делать назначения
8. responsible for all measures h.
от имени королевы
9. to make appointments i.
ответственный за все меры

VI. New material

Совершенствование и контроль навыков аудирования, говорения


Before we’ll read some interesting information about this family, let’s look at the new words.


a)Read the words with the translations. Pay your attention to the pronunciation of the words.

b)Reading and speaking

THE ROYAL FAMILY (Queen Elizabeth II and Her Family)

The Royal family is a focal part of British life, whose members attract worldwide interest with their lifestyles under constant scrutiny from the media. Their position remains one of great fascination and is based on a history of more than 1500 years.

When the Queen II was born on the 21 st of April 1926 in London, England, her grandfather, King George V, was on the throne and her uncle was his heir. She came to the throne after her father's death in 1952 and was crowned in Westminster Abbey in June 1953. Her father was King George VI and her mother was Queen Elizabeth (the late Queen Mother.) Elizabeth and her sister Princess Margaret were taught at home by tutors. Her father became king in 1936. Elizabeth studied history and law. She also studied art, music, learned to horseback ride. She even became a Girl Guide when she was eleven. (That's like Girl Scouts in the United States.) Queen Elizabeth II is Head of State in many countries besides Britain, including Australia, Canada and New Zealand. Despite this list, her powers are strictly limited as a figurehead in each democratic state.

Queen Elizabeth II has got a large family. Their surname is Windsor. Elizabeth married Lieutenant Mountbatten in Westminster Abbey on November 20, 1947. Lieutenant Mountbatten was the son of Prince Andrew of Greece prince, although his family was originally from Denmark and a great-great-grandson of Queen Victoria. Today he is called HRH (His Royal Highness) Prince Philip, The Duke of Edinburgh. The Queen's husband, Duke of Edinburgh, was born in 1926 and served in the Royal Navy. He takes a great deal of interest in industry and in saving raise wild animals from extinction. Prince Philip supports the Queen in her Royal Duties: gives interviews, works with lots of charity organizations, travels around the UK and abroad with the Queen and alone, travels extensively to encourage world conservation projects. The Duke of Edinburgh is interested in environment, wildlife, science, technology, sports. He also likes sports.Until recently he was President of the Worldwide Fund for Nature. He remains active and fit as he approaches his 80's.

Elizabeth and Prince Philip have four children: one daughter and 3 sons. Prince Charles, who is called the Prince of Wales, is the Queen's eldest son and is set to succeed to the throne one day. The Prince of Wales born on November 14, 1948, educated in Cambridge, served in the Royal Navy. Now he is involved in various aspects of public life, in particular industry and government. He was in the navy before taking on a life of public duties. He is known to have strong opinions on architecture, the environment and against the genetic modification of food. His fairytale marriage to Diana, Princess of Wales, did not work, and following its end, she was killed in a tragic car crash. Diana was recognized as one of the most beautiful women in the world and millions mourned her death. In her life, she had devoted her time to charities, specifically those involved with children and AIDS.

Charles and Diana had two sons, Princes William and Harry, who are both still at school. William is set to succeed to the throne as king after his father.

Princess Anne is the Queen's only daughter and is called the Princess Royal born on August 15, 1950. She is seen as one of the most hardworking Royals. Once voted Britain's Sportswoman of the Year for competing as a horsewoman in the Olympics, she has since thrown herself into public duties, particularly in support of Save the Children.

Sarah, Duchess of York, was married to the Queen's second son, Prince Andrew. Prince Andrew, the Duke of York was born on February 19, 1960. Fergie, as she is known, remains a public figure and still supports children's charities. She has presented her own TV show and wrote a series of books for children.

The Queen's youngest son is Prince Edward, the Earl of Wessel born on March 10, 1964, who she created Earl of Wessel when he married Sophie Rhys-Jones. He is a television producer with his own company making history documentaries. In many ways, this is a family like any other, but it is one that fate has placed in an extraordinary position. They all support the Queen in her Royal Duties: work with charity organizations, travel around the UK and abroad with official visits. hey also have seven grandchildren: three grandsons and four granddaughters. Their names are Prince William Prince Henry (or Harry) , the sons of the Prince of Wales, Prince Peter Philips, Princess Zara Philips the children of The Royal Princess, Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie, the daughters of the Duke of York, and Lady Louse, who is only four, the only child of the Earl of Wessel. The Royal family is the principal aristocratic house in Britain, closely connected with other members of the hereditary aristocracy and with big finance interests. The Queen is known to be among the wealthiest women in the world.

Notes:

Royal Navy - Королевский флот, ВМС Великобритании

VII. Group work.

Listen the text again and who can answer the questions quicker and give the correct answer.

Answer the questions on the text:

1.Who is the Head of State in Great Britain?

2.What does the word “ monarchy” mean?

3.What is the role of monarchy?

4.Who rules the UK?

5.Who is The Queen of the UK?

6.When did the Queen become the Queen of the UK?

7.How many children has the Queen got?

VIII. Practice.


Task1. TRUE or FALSE

1.Queen Elizabeth was born on April 21, 1952 (False, April, 21 1926)

2.Prince Philip is the Queen’s husband. (True)

3.Prince Philip and Queen Elizabeth II have got five children. (False, four children)

4.Prince Charles is the eldest son of the British Royal Couple. (True)

5.Prince Philip is the Prince of Wales. (False, the Duke of Edinburgh)

6. The Queen opens each session of Parliament with a throne speech. (True)

Task2. Choose the correct answer.

1.Queen Elizabeth II was born in … . a. England b. Scotland c. Russia

2. Elizabeth became queen in… . a. 1926 b. 1952 c. 1953

3. The Queen married …. in 1947. a. Lieutenant Mountbatten b. Prince Charles c. Prince Edward

4. Who is the heir to the throne?

a. The Princess Royal b. The Prince of Wales c. The Duke of York d. The Earl of Wessel


Task3. Complete the sentences using the words in the box

monarch, royal heir, throne, reigns, Prince (x2), charity organizations, was crowned, Princess, became, oil painting

1. The present … is Elizabeth II.

2. The eldest son … Charles, the … of Wales is the … to the … .

3. Elizabeth … the sovereign in 1952 when her father, King George VI died.

4. She … but doesn’t rule the country.

5. Elizabeth II … …. in 1953.

6. Prince Philip likes … .

7. The Queen’s children and husband help her working with … … .

Task4. Сomplete the sentences using active vocabulary

1.Her ---------------- took place in Westminster Abbey on 2 June 1953.

2.She sees Cabinet papers and -------------- of Cabinet and Cabinet Committee meetings.

3.During the visits to other Commonwealth countries she presents ------------ to people.

4.The members of the House of Lords are not elected ,they have --------------- their seats from their fathers.

(inherited, coronation, honours , records)

IX. Grammar material.

X.Reflection «Рефлексия»

T: Let`s summarize our lesson.


Make up 5 words on the topic “THE ROYAL FAMILY”

Use the letters given in this box.

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KEY: king, royal, throne, prince, queen


Conclusion T-S,S.. Estimating the activity

Who was the TOP student today? – кто был лучшим сегодня, по вашему мнению?(Учащиеся оценивают свою работу на уроке).

Feedback - обратная связь

What was new for you?


What was the most interesting to you?


What  could  be improved?


Who was the TOP student today?


Write down your homework, please: You should read the text p108 and to make up a presentation on the following topics. You can do it in pairs.

Make up a presentation

  • Queen Elizabeth II.


  • What’s like being Queen? (Daily Routine)


  • Where does the Royal Family live?


  • Who will be the next king?


  • Birthdays and Anniversaries of the Royal Family.


  • Royal Ceremonies

Teacher: I want you to say that you are brilliant. You all get excellent marks today. You have worked very hard. Thanks for your work. I hope our lesson will be useful for you.

Match English and Russian equivalents.

1. hereditary power а. лидер партии
2. actual power b.
действительный правитель
3. virtual ruler
с. вооруженные силы
4. armed forces d.
партия, находящаяся в оппозиции
5. party in the opposition
е. наследственная власть
6. leader of the party f.
действительная власть
7. in the name of the Queen g.
делать назначения
8. responsible for all measures h.
от имени королевы
9. to make appointments i.
ответственный за все меры

THE ROYAL FAMILY (Queen Elizabeth II and Her Family)

The Royal family is a focal part of British life, whose members attract worldwide interest with their lifestyles under constant scrutiny from the media. Their position remains one of great fascination and is based on a history of more than 1500 years.

When the Queen II was born on the 21 st of April 1926 in London, England, her grandfather, King George V, was on the throne and her uncle was his heir. She came to the throne after her father's death in 1952 and was crowned in Westminster Abbey in June 1953. Her father was King George VI and her mother was Queen Elizabeth (the late Queen Mother.) Elizabeth and her sister Princess Margaret were taught at home by tutors. Her father became king in 1936. Elizabeth studied history and law. She also studied art, music, learned to horseback ride. She even became a Girl Guide when she was eleven. (That's like Girl Scouts in the United States.) Queen Elizabeth II is Head of State in many countries besides Britain, including Australia, Canada and New Zealand. Despite this list, her powers are strictly limited as a figurehead in each democratic state.

Queen Elizabeth II has got a large family. Their surname is Windsor. Elizabeth married Lieutenant Mountbatten in Westminster Abbey on November 20, 1947. Lieutenant Mountbatten was the son of Prince Andrew of Greece prince, although his family was originally from Denmark and a great-great-grandson of Queen Victoria. Today he is called HRH (His Royal Highness) Prince Philip, The Duke of Edinburgh. The Queen's husband, Duke of Edinburgh, was born in 1926 and served in the Royal Navy. He takes a great deal of interest in industry and in saving raise wild animals from extinction. Prince Philip supports the Queen in her Royal Duties: gives interviews, works with lots of charity organizations, travels around the UK and abroad with the Queen and alone, travels extensively to encourage world conservation projects. The Duke of Edinburgh is interested in environment, wildlife, science, technology, sports. He also likes sports.Until recently he was President of the Worldwide Fund for Nature. He remains active and fit as he approaches his 80's.

Elizabeth and Prince Philip have four children: one daughter and 3 sons. Prince Charles, who is called the Prince of Wales, is the Queen's eldest son and is set to succeed to the throne one day. The Prince of Wales born on November 14, 1948, educated in Cambridge, served in the Royal Navy. Now he is involved in various aspects of public life, in particular industry and government. He was in the navy before taking on a life of public duties. He is known to have strong opinions on architecture, the environment and against the genetic modification of food. His fairytale marriage to Diana, Princess of Wales, did not work, and following its end, she was killed in a tragic car crash. Diana was recognized as one of the most beautiful women in the world and millions mourned her death. In her life, she had devoted her time to charities, specifically those involved with children and AIDS.

Charles and Diana had two sons, Princes William and Harry, who are both still at school. William is set to succeed to the throne as king after his father.

Princess Anne is the Queen's only daughter and is called the Princess Royal born on August 15, 1950. She is seen as one of the most hardworking Royals. Once voted Britain's Sportswoman of the Year for competing as a horsewoman in the Olympics, she has since thrown herself into public duties, particularly in support of Save the Children.

Sarah, Duchess of York, was married to the Queen's second son, Prince Andrew. Prince Andrew, the Duke of York was born on February 19, 1960. Fergie, as she is known, remains a public figure and still supports children's charities. She has presented her own TV show and wrote a series of books for children.

The Queen's youngest son is Prince Edward, the Earl of Wessel born on March 10, 1964, who she created Earl of Wessel when he married Sophie Rhys-Jones. He is a television producer with his own company making history documentaries. In many ways, this is a family like any other, but it is one that fate has placed in an extraordinary position. They all support the Queen in her Royal Duties: work with charity organizations, travel around the UK and abroad with official visits. hey also have seven grandchildren: three grandsons and four granddaughters. Their names are Prince William Prince Henry (or Harry) , the sons of the Prince of Wales, Prince Peter Philips, Princess Zara Philips the children of The Royal Princess, Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie, the daughters of the Duke of York, and Lady Louse, who is only four, the only child of the Earl of Wessel. The Royal family is the principal aristocratic house in Britain, closely connected with other members of the hereditary aristocracy and with big finance interests. The Queen is known to be among the wealthiest women in the world.

Notes: Royal Navy - Королевский флот, ВМС Великобритании

Answer the questions on the text:

1.Who is the Head of State in Great Britain?

2.What does the word “ monarchy” mean?

3.What is the role of monarchy?

4.Who rules the UK?

5.Who is The Queen of the UK?

6.When did the Queen become the Queen of the UK?

7.How many children has the Queen got?


Task1. TRUE or FALSE

1.Queen Elizabeth was born on April 21, 1952

2.Prince Philip is the Queen’s husband.

3.Prince Philip and Queen Elizabeth II have got five children.

4.Prince Charles is the eldest son of the British Royal Couple.

5.Prince Philip is the Prince of Wales.

6. The Queen opens each session of Parliament with a throne speech.

Task2. Choose the correct answer.

1.Queen Elizabeth II was born in … . a. England b. Scotland c. Russia

2. Elizabeth became queen in… . a. 1926 b. 1952 c. 1953

3. The Queen married …. in 1947. a. Lieutenant Mountbatten b. Prince Charles c. Prince Edward

4. Who is the heir to the throne?

a. The Princess Royal b. The Prince of Wales c. The Duke of York d. The Earl of Wessel


Task3. Complete the sentences using the words in the box

monarch, royal heir, throne, reigns, Prince (x2), charity organizations, was crowned, Princess, became, oil painting

1. The present … is Elizabeth II.

2. The eldest son … Charles, the … of Wales is the … to the … .

3. Elizabeth … the sovereign in 1952 when her father, King George VI died.

4. She … but doesn’t rule the country.

5. Elizabeth II … …. in 1953.

6. Prince Philip likes … .

7. The Queen’s children and husband help her working with … … .

Task4. Сomplete the sentences using active vocabulary


1.Her ---------------- took place in Westminster Abbey on 2 June 1953.

2.She sees Cabinet papers and -------------- of Cabinet and Cabinet Committee meetings.

3.During the visits to other Commonwealth countries she presents ------------ to people.

4.The members of the House of Lords are not elected ,they have --------------- their seats from their fathers.

(inherited, coronation, honours , records)

Reflection «Рефлексия»

Make up 5 words on the topic “THE ROYAL FAMILY” Use the letters given in this box.

e

q

t

e

g

o

u

n

h

p

a

r

y

l

i

k


Do exercise

The Past Continuous Tense.



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