Урок по английскому языку для 1- курса на тему The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. Geographical position. Population.


Пән аты: The English (Ағылшын тілі)
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The subject of the lesson: The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. Geographical position. Population.The aims of the lesson: 1) Educational-to acquaint students with a new vocabulary and expressions on a theme: The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. Geographical position. Population. 2) Developing-the practice phonetic skills. Training lexical skills. 3) Bringing up- to stimulate interest in learning language.
The type of the lesson: Жаңа тақырыпты таныстыру
Methods: Іздену әдісі.
The visual aids: Мультимедиалық компьютер.
The procedure of the lesson:
Organization moment:
Greeting
Good day, students! Sit down! I am glad to see you!
We begin our English Lesson!
Conversation with on duty:
Who is on duty today?
What date is it today?
What day is it today?
Who is absent?
Thank you, very much! Sit down!
Check up the educational accessories.
Creation the language atmosphere
What is the weather like today?
What season is it now?
Is it raining today?
Phonetic drill:
If a twist twists a twisterand the twist that twists the twister untwists the twister,what becomes of the twist?
Repetition of the last lesson.
Checking the home task.
What was your home task for today?
Presentation of the new material:
New words.United Kingdom of Great Britain Birmingham
Northern IrelandLiverpool
EnglandManchester
WalesNew York
ScotlandEdinburgh
LondonBelfast
The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland.The full name of the country the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. It consists of four parts: England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland. Northern Ireland occupies one third of the island of Ireland. It borders on the Irish Republic in the south. The island of Great Britain consists of three main parts: England (the southern and middle part of the island), Wales (a mountainous peninsula in the West) and Scotland (the northern part of the island).
England is the largest and the richest country of Great Britain. The capital of England is London but there are other large industrial cities, such as Birmingham, Liverpool, Manchester and other famous and interesting cities such as York, Chester, Oxford and Cambridge.
Scotland is a country in the north of Great Britain. It is a part of the UK. Scotland is divided into three natural regions: the Southern Uplands, the Central Lowlands and the Highlands and islands. The capital of Scotland is Edinburgh, well known for its castle.
Wales is the country in the west of Great Britain. It is mainly a mountainous land with a chiefly agricultural economy and an industrial and coal-mining area in the south.
Northern Ireland, also known as Ulster, is still a part of the United Kingdom. It is made up of six countries: Antrim, Armagh, Down, Fermanagh, Londonderry, and Tyrone. One third of the population lives in and around the capital, Belfast. . The Irish population is divided into two groups: the Protestants and the Catholics.
In general the territory of the UK is about 244,000 square kilometers, it takes the 75th place among other countries in the world. The population is urban. The capital of the country is London. Now Great Britain is separated from the continent by the English Channel, the narrowest part of which is called the Strait of Dover. The British Isles are surrounded by the shallow waters of the Irish Sea and the North Sea, the Norwegian Sea, the North Channel and the Atlantic Ocean. The rivers of the region are short and of no great importance as waterways. The longest of them is "the Father of London", the Thames, which is a little over 200 miles. The surface of GB varies greatly. The northern and western parts of the country are mountainous and are called the Highlands. But there are no high mountains in Great Britain. In the north the Cheviots separate England from Scotland, the Pennies stretch down North England along its middle, the Cambrian Mountains occupy the greater part of Wales and the Highlands of Scotland are the tallest of the British mountains. All the rest (south, east and centre) is a vast plain, which is called the Lowlands.
The mountains, the Atlantic Ocean and the warm waters of the Gulf Stream influence the climate of GB. So due to the geographic location of Great Britain the type of the climate is oceanic. There are no extreme contrasts in temperature in Britain because of the current of warm water flowing from the Gulf of Mexico called the Gulf Stream. Fortunately, as Britain does not experience extreme weather conditions, it is never very cold or very hot. The temperature rarely rises above 32C (90°F) in summer, or falls below -10°C (l4°F) in winter. The prevailing winds from the ocean to the south-west bring rainfall throughout the year.
IV. Conclusion of thenew lesson:
V.Conclusion of the lesson:
1. The result of the lesson
2. Home task: Retell the text. Т.Аяпова. Learn the new words.

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