Автор конспекта:
Автор(ы): — Осипова Любовь Павловна

Место работы, должность: — МАОУ «СОШ № 30 г. Йошкар-Олы»

Регион: — Республика Марий Эл

Характеристики урока (занятия) Уровень образования: — начальное общее образование

Целевая аудитория: — Учитель (преподаватель)

Класс(ы): — 3 класс
Класс(ы): — 4 класс

Предмет(ы): — Английский язык

Цель урока: —

Обобщение изученного материала по теме «GreatBritain», совершенствование навыков устной речи, актуализация страноведческого материала.

Краткое описание: — Повторение и систематизация знаний по теме «Great Britain»


  • Hello, dear children! Glad to see you. Today we'll play the game «Star hour». Our topic is «Great Britain». Let’s remember the places of interest in Great Britain, British holidays and traditions and play with the English letters.
  • -Twenty eight pupils will take part in our game. The game consists of several tours. If your answer is correct you will get «a star». You’ll get nothing if your answer is wrong.

    TOUR I

    -Look at the blackboard! You can see the map of Great Britain. Come here, find all parts of this country and fix their symbols.


  • I want you to listen to my stories. I’ll describe different places of interest in London. You can see the numbers of the places on the screen and you will show the corresponding cards with the numbers on your desks.
  • Trafalgar Square
  • Big Ben
  • The Tower of London
  • WestminsterAbbey
  • BuckinghamPalace
  • TowerBridge
  • The Houses of Parliament
  • Descriptions:

  • It is a clock in the tower and it’s a big bell. You can hear it every hour.
  • It is a palace where the Queen lives when she is in London.
  • It is a royal church. The coronation of all British Kings and Queens took place there. Some famous people are buried there.
  • It is a famous bridge across the Thames.
  • In different times it was used as a fortress, a prison and a palace, but now it is a museum.
  • It is a place where the British Government sits. It is situated not far from Westminster Abbey.
  • It is the central square of London. On the column in the centre there is a statue of Admiral Nelson who defeated the French at the Battle of Trafalgar.

    -I have different colored parts of paper. Try to remember the flags of England, Wales, Scotland and of course of Great Britain and make it please!

    -Let’s count our stars!


    Now I’ll describe different British holidays. Your task is to guess them.

    1- New Year’s Day

    2- Christmas

    3- Hallowen

    4- St. Valentine’s Day

    5- Easter

    6- Mother’s Day

    7- April Fool’s Day


  • British people celebrate this day on December 25. It is a religious holiday and one of the happiest holidays of the year. Christians celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ.
  • British people celebrate this holiday on February 14. It is a day of love and friendship. They send greeting cards to their sweethearts and friends and ask them to «Be My Valentine».
  • On the second Sunday in May British people honor their mothers. On that day people visit their mothers and give them presents and «A Mother’s Day Card».They try to help their mothers and make something special for them.
  • Children like this day very much. They play jokes and tricks on other people, even on teachers.
  • The symbol of this holiday is «Jack- o-lantern». People make it from a pumpkin. On this day children wear masks and witch’s and ghost’s costumes. They walk door to door and shout «trick or treat».
  • This holiday is celebrated on a Sunday in April or May. The week before this day people color eggs. On this day children get chocolate eggs and rabbits.
  • This day celebrates the start of a new year. People celebrate it on the first day of January, but the celebration actually begins on December 31.
  • TOUR V

    -I have puzzles of some places. You should pick up the pictures and name the places!


    “Do you know?”

    ВыставляютсякарточкисвопросительнымисловамиWHAT? WHO? Надоответитьнавопросы, начинающихся с этих вопросительных слов.


    1. What is the name of the island which is made up of England, Scotland and Wales?

    2. What is the capital of Scotland (England, Wales)?

    3. What is the longest river in Great Britain?

    4. What is the highest peak in Great Britain?

    5. What is Manchester United?

    6. What palace is the official home of the Queen?

    7. What is the largest museum in Great Britain?

    8. What holiday is celebrated in Britain on the 25th of December?

    9. What do children say at Halloween?

    10.What is the Tower of London now?


    1. Who defeated the French and Spanish fleets at Trafalgar? (Admiral Nelson)

    2. Who is the national hero of Great Britain, the defender of the poor people? (Robin Hood)

    3. Who is officially the head of the country? (The Queen)


    1. “Robinson Crusoe” (Daniel Defoe)

    2. “Gulliver’s Travels” (Jonothan Swift)

    3. “Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland” (Lewis Carroll)

    4. “Winnie-the-Pooh” (Alan Milne)

    5. “Treasure Island” (Robert Louis Stevenson)

    6. “Jungle Book” (Rudyard Kipling)


    -I have syllables. You should lay down the names of cities of this syllables.





    1. Madam Tussaud’s Museum is a museum of …

    a) wax figures

    b) toys

    c) western paintings

    2. Sir Christopher Wren built…

    a) St.Paul’s Cathedral

    b) London Bridge

    c) The Tower of London

    3. The monument to Admiral Nelson is situated in …

    a) Trafalgar Square

    b) Piccadilly Circus

    c) 10 Downing Street

    4. Big Ben is …

    a) a bell

    b) a palace

    c) a square

    5. British kings and queens are crowned at …

    a) Buckingham Palace

    b) Westminster Abbey

    c) St.Paul’s Cathedral

    6. The London’s residence of Queen Elizabeth II is …

    a) Kensington Palace

    b) Windsor Palace

    c) Buckingham Palace

    7. Piccadilly Circus is the meeting point of …

    a) four streets

    b) six streets

    c) seven streets

    8. Piccadilly Circus is …

    a) a square

    b) a circus

    c) a street

    9. The Tower of London now is …

    a) a house

    b) a museum

    c) a prison

    10. The legend says that without them the Tower will fall…

    a) the ravens

    b) the dogs

    c) the cats

    11. We can see the flag over the Queen’s Palace when she is…

    a) out

    b) at home

    c) abroad

    12. London’s zoo is in …

    a) Hyde Park

    b) Regent’s park

    c) St.James’s Park

    13. The Raven Master is the person who…

    a) kills the ravens

    b) feeds the ravens

    c) is the oldest raven

    14. The name of the river in London is …

    a) the Severn

    b) the Thames

    c) the Nile

    15. We can say everything we want in …

    a) Hyde Park

    b) Regent’s Park

    c) St. James’s Park


    -Let’s check up your associations! I will show the pictures, you should say what do you think about it. These pictures will be linked with the cities, holidays of Great Britain.

    TOUR X

    -Guess the place.


    -Look at the blackboard! You can see the word GREAT BRITAIN. Try to make from this word another words as much as it’s possible! Who will make more – he is a winner!

    -Our game is over! You were very active and did a great job! Thank you for your attention and participation! Good bye!

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