Розробки уроків - Англійська мова 8 клас за підручником О. Д. Карп’юк - 2016 рік
Unit 4. A DAILY, A WEEKLY, A MONTHLY
Lesson 60. WHAT WOULD YOU LIKE TO VISIT?
Цілі: активізувати граматичний і лексичний матеріал; удосконалювати навички аудіювання, усного мовлення й читання; розвивати мовну здогадку й мовленнєву реакцію учнів; розвивати пам'ять та пізнавальні інтереси учнів; виховувати інтерес до іноземної мови, подорожування.
Choose the correct answer.
1 A commuter means:
a) someone who goes to work by bus or by train
b) someone who works at home
c) someone who likes trains
2 The word unleaded usually has something to do with:
3 The London Underground is also called:
a) the tube
b) the metro
c) the subway
4 When travelling by train you sit in:
a) an apartment
b) a compartment
c) a department
5 A cabbie is the driver of:
a) a double-decker bus
b) a London taxi
c) an underground train
6 The steering-wheel in British cars is:
a) on the left-hand side
b) on the right-hand side
Key: 1 a, 2 b, 3 a, 4 b, 5 b, 6 b.
Do ex. 1, p. 220.
Listen to the text and do the tasks.
Bristol is not a very large port. It is smaller than Plymouth, Liverpool, Portsmouth and Dover, but it is very beautiful.
The port of Bristol became rich in the nineteenth century by importing sugar, rum and tobacco and also by exporting slaves. It is still a rich city and is now the centre of the aviation industry. Rolls Royce makes airplane engines just outside Bristol.
Bristol is divided into two parts. One of them is the port on the Avon with narrow streets, old churches and half wooden houses. It has a wooden eighteenth century theatre untouched since those days.
This was the port from which many ships sailed in Elizabeth’s reign. The eighteenth century stone houses climb up the hills past the beautiful and little- known cathedral to the second part of Bristol. This part is more modern and it has many fine houses built of pink stone and many wonderful monuments and churches. Bristol has a collage named Collage Green, the University, the art gallery and some museums. The University building has a very high tower from the top of which you can see Collage Green, many churches and Park Street.
True or false.
1. Bristol is a new city.
2. Bristol is the centre of the aviation industry.
3. Bristol is situated on the river Thames.
4. There are no churches in this city.
5. In the modern part of Bristol houses are built of pink stone.
6. You can find the art gallery in Bristol.
Complete the sentences.
1. The port of Bristol became rich ... .
2. Just outside Bristol Rolls Royce makes ... .
3. Bristol is divided into ... .
4. Bristol has a wooden ... .
5. The second part of Bristol has many wonderful... .
6. The University building has a ... .
4. Reading and speaking
Do ex. 2, p. 220.
5. Grammar practice
Fill in a, an or the where necessary.
(1) ... United States of (2) ... Great Britain and (3) ... Northern Ireland is the official name of the state which is situated on (4) ... British Isles. The UK is (5) ... island state. The main islands are separated by (6) ... Irish Sea. The UK is separated from the Continent by (7) ... English Channel and (8) ... Strait of Dover. It is washed by (9) ... Atlantic Ocean in the north and (10) ... North Sea in the east. The capital of the UK is (11) ... London. (12) ... English is the official language.
There are (13) ... lot of rivers in (14) ... Great Britain. The most important river is (15) ... Thames. (16) ... Ben Nevis in (17) ... Scotland is the highest mountain. There is (18) ... saying that Britain doesn’t have (19) ... climate, it only has (20) ... weather.
Do ex. 3, p. 222.
Sample questions for the dialogue:
• Have you ever been to Britain?
• How did you get there last time?
• Did you have a good time there?
• Where did you stay?
• What interesting things did you see?
• What was the weather like?
• Where are you going to stay?
• What would you like to see?
• Are you going to visit any museums?
Answer the questions.
1. Do you like traveling?
2. Do you enjoy looking round cities?
3. What kind of places do you enjoy visiting?
Do ex. 4, p. 222.