Викторина счастливый случай 4


План урока теме: Англо-говорящие страны, государственное и
политическое устройство, национальные символы,
достопримечательности и традиции.
Тема урока Соединённое королевство Великобритании и
Северной Ирландии
Форма урока Урок - викторина
Цели урока
Обобщить лингвострановедческий материал по указанной теме. Углубить и расширить знания по теме.
Совершенствовать умения и навыки практического владения английским языком по всем видам речевой деятельности.
Тренировать навыки перевода английских пословиц.
Повысить интерес к изучению иностранного языка.
Воспитывать толерантное отношение к чужой культуре.
Оснащение урока
ПК, проектор, презентация «A Yappy Chance Game», список вопросов (Приложение I), карточки с английскими пословицами (ПриложениеII)
План урока:
1-й этап
Приветствие, сообщение темы викторины и правил (5 мин.)
2- й этап
I тур – блицтурнир (10 мин.)
II тур – Кто? Что? Где? (10 мин.)
III тур – Сокращённые имена (5 мин.)
3- й этап
IV тур – Заморочки из бочки (10 мин.)
4-й этап
Подведение итогов викторины и выставление оценок (5 мин)
Ход урока:
Организационный момент. Сообщение темы викторины и правил игры.
Good –morning, dear students! I’m very glad to see you at our lesson today. We have an unusual lesson today, because we’ve gathered to hold one game. It is called “A Happy Chance Game”. Our game will be devoted to the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. I do hope that you’ve learnt a lot of interesting facts in our English lessons about the geographical position of the country, the climate, vegetation and wild life, the national traits of British people and their lifestyle. I’m sure you’ll get certainly some more useful information today as well. You will take part in four games. The rules of the game are quite simple. You are to respect your group-mates and not shout. No doubt, winning the aim, but it’s only the game. Don’t forget that. Besides, there are many guests today in our classroom, that’s why let’s show them our language skills.
Game I is called “Quiz about Great Britain”. The task is to answer the questions at high speed. If you don’t know or don’t remember the answer, you should say “Go on”. You’ll get 2 points for the right answer, 0 point for the wrong answer and 1 point for the answer.
Game II is called “Who? What? Where?” The task is read the sentence, look to the pictures and name a place, a person, or a event.
Game III is called “Short names”. The task is match full name with the shortest one.
Game IV is called “Puzzles in the Barrels”. The task is to give Russian equivalents of the English proverbs.
Are you ready? Let’s begin our game.
1) The first game “Quiz about Great Britain”. The task is to answer the questions at high speed. If you don’t know or don’t remember the answer, you should say “Go on”. You’ll get 2 points for the right answer, 0 point for the wrong answer and 1 point for the answer.
What is the capital of the UK? (London)
Where is Trafalgar Square? ( in London)
Who is Nelson? (a British admiral)
Where does the Queen live? (in Buckingham Palace)
What’s the capital of Northern Ireland? (Belfast)
People who live in Scotland are called… (the Scots)
What are the main colours of the British flag? (Red, blue, white)
What food is traditional at Christmas?( roast turkey)
When is Halloween celebrated?( October, 31)
Name the river London is situated on. (the Thames)
What is St. Paul Cathedral? (a church)
Name any English holiday. (Christmas, Halloween, etc)
Who is Agatha Christie? (a detective writer)
What is the name of the biggest clock in London? (Big Ben)
What sea is the UK washed by? (the North Sea)
What is the population of the UK? (more than 56 million people)
Who does the real power belong to? ( Parliament)
What ocean is the UK washed by? (the Atlantic Ocean)
What animal is the symbol of the English might and strength?(the Lion)
Name the member of the English royal family who lived to be more than 100 years old. (the Queen mother)
Name any national English game. (football, rugby, cricket)
What was the Tower of London on the past? (a fortress, a palace, a prison, the King’s Zoo)
Who was William Shakespeare? (a poet, a playwriter)
Where did William the Conqueror come from? (Normandy, France)
Where is the political centre of London? (Westminster)
What parts does the UK consist? (Great Britain and Northern Ireland)
What is celebrated on February, 14? (St. Valentine’s Day)
When is Christmas celebrated in Britain? (December, 25)
What plant is the symbol of England? (the red rose)
What is the name of the Queen? (Elizabeth II)
2) The next round is called “Who? What? Where?” The task is read the sentence, look to the pictures and name a place, a person, or a event. The first student who puts up his hand, gets the right to answer. Mind, no point for you, if I hear somebody shouting. Now, look to the screen.
He and his “merry men” lived in Sherwood Forest. (Robin Hood)
The English author known as the Queen of Crime. (Agatha Christie)
365 feet high and built by Christopher Wren. (St. Paul Cathedral)
This lady is the Queen of Great Britain now. (Elizabeth II)
It rises above the House of Parliament. (Big Ben)
He was the Conqueror of Great Britain. (William the Conqueror)
3) The next round is called “Short names”. The task is match full name with the shortest one. Are you ready? Look to the screen and try your chance.
Elizabeth a. Mike
Thomas b. Bobby
William c. Pat
Susan d. Tony
Michael e. Sue
Robert f. Pam
Patric and Patricia g. Bill
Anthony h. Tom
Pamela i. Liz
Keys: 1i, 2h, 3g, 4e, 5a, 6b, 7c, 8d,9f.
Thank you! The next round is called “puzzles from the Barrels”. You see, this time the proverbs have been hidden into the colourful barrels. There are 14 of them. Choose any barrel you like, open it, find the proverb inside and try to give a Russian equivalent of an English proverb. If you give a word-for-word translation, you’ll get 1 point. If you give a Russian equivalent of an English proverb, you’ll get 2 points. A “HappyChance” card will give you an extra 5 points. Mind. You only have 10 seconds to think it over.
Talk of the devil and he will appear. ( Легок на помине)
As you make your bed, so you must lie on it. (Что посеешь, то и пожнёшь)
Rome was no built in a day. (Рим строили не один день)
To kill one birds with one stone. (Одним ударом убить двух зайцев)
All is well that ends well. (Всё хорошо, что хорошо кончается)
The devil is not so black as he is painted. (Не так страшен чёрт как его малюют)
He laughs best who laughs last. (Хорошо смеётся тот, кто смеётся последним)
All the glitters is not so gold. (Не всё то золото, что блестит)
Second thoughts are best.(Семь раз отмерь – один раз отрежь)
Never say die. (Никогда не следует отчаиваться)
Appetite comes with eating. (Аппетит приходит во время еды)
Don’t cross the bridge will you come to it. (Не говори гоп, пока не перепрыгнешь)
Don’t trouble trouble until trouble troubles you. (Не буди лихо, пока спит тихо)
There is no smoke without a fire. (Нет дыма без огня)
A “Happy Chance” card.
Заключительная часть. Подведение итогов.
That’s all! While the jury is busy totaling the score let’s pass over the next round “Hurry up and See!”. I’ll show you several colourful pictures of some places of interest in London. You have to name what are they.
The House of Parliament
Buckingham Palace
Trafalgar Square
The Tower of London
Big Ben
Well, jury, it’s time to declare the winner of today’s game.
Thanks a lot to everyone for taking an active part in our game. I’m happy with your answers. You really demonstrated your perfect knowledge of the topic “The United Kingdom”. I hope you’ve had a nice time together and learnt something new. I Want to give a prize to the winner and small prizes to you all. Thanks to all of you for coming, for taking part and learning something!
Good-buy!
(Приложение I)
What is the capital of the UK?
Where is Trafalgar Square?
Who is Nelson?
Where does the Queen live?
What’s the capital of Northern Ireland?
People who live in Scotland are called…
What are the main colours of the British flag?
What food is traditional at Christmas?
When is Halloween celebrated?
Name the river London is situated on.
What is St. Paul Cathedral?
Name any English holiday.
Who is Agatha Christie?
What is the name of the biggest clock in London?
What sea is the UK washed by?
What is the population of the UK?
Who does the real power belong to?
What ocean is the UK washed by?
What animal is the symbol of the English might and strength?
Name the member of the English royal family who lived to be more than 100 years old.
Name any national English game.
What was the Tower of London on the past?
Who was William Shakespeare?
Where did William the Conqueror come from?
Where is the political centre of London?
What parts does the UK consist?
What is celebrated on February, 14?
When is Christmas celebrated in Britain?
What plant is the symbol of England?
What is the name of the Queen?
(Приложение II)
Talk of the devil and he will appear.
As you make your bed, so you must lie on it.
Rome was no built in a day.
To kill one birds with one stone.
All is well that ends well.
The devil is not so black as he is painted.
He laughs best who laughs last.
All the glitters is not so gold.
Second thoughts are best
Never say die.
Appetite comes with eating.
Don’t cross the bridge will you come to it.
Don’t trouble trouble until trouble troubles you.
There is no smoke without a fire.
A “Happy Chance” card.

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