to activate pupils’reading skills, trying to get the main information
from the text:
to speak about the UK;
to use new vocabulary in the sentences:
to review the previous material;
- to develop pupils’ logical thinking, memory
- to broden pupils’ knowledge about the UK
Supplies: cards, map, hand out” "Rearrange the words", “ True or False.”
Type of the lesson: reading lesson
I. The beginning of the lesson
- How do you do!
- How do you do!
The topic of our today’s lesson is “The UK”.
By the end of the lesson you should be able to apply knowledge of the
words and expressions for this topic in a new situation, to talk about
Game "Rearrange the words"
Write the following words on the blackboard:
inhabitant, climate, cafe, people, exhibition, the British, mountain,
Ukrainians, valley, theatre, avenue, lake, Scottish , forest, .
Explain to pupils that each word belongs to one of the three distinct
Their task is to work out what the three categories are, and to
rearrange the words
into three groups.
Ask them to work in pairs.
The first pair to finish is the winner.
Geographical features: climate, mountain, valley, lake, forest.
II. The main part of the lesson
Exercise 1, page 120-121
a). Is United Kingdom situated on an island or on a continent?
What territory does Northern Ireland occupy?
How many parts does Great Britain consist of?
What are their names?
b) Look at the new words on page 120 and repeat after me.
Read the text on page 120 exercises 1.
complete the sentences:
The symbol of England is …
The symbol of Wales is …
True or False. Correct the false sentence.
The most famous lake is called Nessie.
Edinnburgh is the capital of Wales.
Edinburgh has a huge festival every summer.
A red rose is the symbol of England.
Rugby is a national sports in Wales.
Welsh is studied at school.
b).WB. Ex.1-2, p. 36
Rank the following kinds of geographical relief of the earth surface
according to their height over the sea level. Start with the highest.
Match the names of the countries with some notes about them.
1. Northern Ireland
a) The popular musical instrument in this country is harp. People are
fond of rugby. Road signs are usually in native language and in English.
b) This is the most mountainous area in Great Britain. The country is
popular with campers and climbers. A huge festival of music and
literature takes place here every year.
c) This is the part of a separate island. Saint Patrick is a patron of
it. Bagpipes and fiddles are considered as traditional music instruments
in this country.
d) You can find lots of plains and meadows here. Gardening is very
popular among the population. People are proud of its language because