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Subject: English Date: 25.12.2010
Level: 10th form “V”
Duration: 45 minutes
Theme: “Queen’s Golden Jubilee”
The aims of the lesson:
To revise previous materials.
To enrich the students’ knowledge giving them more information about the Queen of the UK.
To develop students’ habits and skills in speaking and their activeness at the lesson.
Visual aids: interactive board, pictures of queen’s family members, schemes, posters, cards, slides.
The type of the lesson: revision
The procedure of the lesson:
Greeting. A talk with the student on duty.
TEACHER: Good morning, students!
How are you?
Who is on duty today?
What date is it today?
Who is absent?
Today we are going to revise all you know about the Queen of the UK, watch a slide with the pictures of the Queen’s family, listen to a relaxing music, do some quiz with the help of computer, and try to do some other tasks. First let’s start with your homework, so let’s check it. What was your homework?
Exercise 9 (b) on page 89.
Complete the Queen’s diary.
TEACHER: Before we start our lesson, let’s talk about Queen in general. What is Royal Family for you? What do we think of when we speak about Queen Elizabeth II?
Will you help me to make up the word web?
Who is the Queen of the UK?
When did the Elizabeth II become the Queen of the UK?
How is the Queen called?
What is the Queen’s golden Jubilee?
Elizabeth II The Royal Family
Beautiful Great Britain
Her majesty Golden Jubilee
TEACHER: Good! On previous lessons we learn about the members of Royal Family. I’ve made a slide-show about it. And I’d like you to see the slide-show first. After that you will have to do some tasks.
Then we will join necessary information and try to make a family tree to Queen’s family.
The students watch the slide-show and work on tasks.
Teacher’s report about the Queen Elizabeth II, by showing pictures on interactive board.
Elizabeth II was born on 21 April 1926 is the reigning queen and head of state of 16 independent sovereign states known as the Commonwealth realms. In addition, as Head of the Commonwealth, she is the figurehead of the 54-member Commonwealth of Nations and, as the British monarch, she is the Supreme Governor of the Church of England.
After she celebrated her twenty-first birthday, later Elizabeth’s II engagement to Prince Phillip, Duke of Edinburgh – was announced. Their wedding took place in Westminster Abbey on 21 November 1947.
Princess Elizabeth came to the throne on 6 February 1952 following the death of her father. Her coronation took place in Westminster Abbey on 2 June 1953.
The Prince Charles, Prince of Wales, (born 14 November 1948) is the heir apparent and eldest son of Queen Elizabeth II. The prince is well-known for his charity work. He married Lady Diana Spencer before an enormous worldwide television audience in 1981. Diana Frances Spencer was born at Park House, Sandringham in Norfolk, England. They had two children, Prince William of Wales in 1982 and Prince Harry of Wales in 1984.
Prince William (born 21 June 1982), is the elder son of Prince Charles and Diana, Princess of Wales, and grandson of Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Phillip. He is second in the line of succession, behind his father.
Prince Henry (born 15 September 1984), is the younger son of Charles, Prince of Wales and Princess Diana and grandson of Queen Elizabeth II. As such, he is third in the line of succession to the thrones of 16 independent countries, though he is resident in and most directly involved with the United Kingdom.
The marriage of Charles and Diana was formally ended in divorce on 28 August 1996. On 31 August 1997, a year after the Prince and Princess divorced, Diana was killed in a car crash in Paris.
The second child of the queen Elizabeth II and Prince Phillip is Princess Anne, now the Princess Royal, was born in 1950.
The third child of the Queen is Prince Andrew, now the Duke of York, was born in 1964. The Queen now has 6 grandchildren.
The year 2002 marked the 50th anniversary of Her Majesty the Queen’s accession to the throne.
Task I (Family tree)
T: Now, let’s try to draw a family tree. I’ll give you papers with schemes and your task is to fill in the chart the names of the Queen’s family members.
Who will be the first? So, boys, good luck!
T: Now change your papers with your neighbors and look at the blackboard.
Let’s check your answers. Correct the mistakes.
Task II (work with cards)
– easy questions (3);
– the tasks of middle level (4);
– difficult questions (5);
What is the official language of Great Britain? (English)
When Elizabeth II was born? (in London on 21 April 1926 )
What is the capital city of the UK? (London)
What is the official name of Great Britain? (The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland)
What kind of sightseeing London is famous for? (Big Ben, Buckingham Palace, Westminster Abbey, Windsor Castle, etc.)
Who is the official head of Great Britain? (the Queen Elizabeth II)
Complete the following nouns (зат есім) using the adjectives:
What is the population of the UK? (59 million people)
What is the longest river of London? (Thames )
What kind Royal Residences do you know? 5 houses t
From what countries Great Britain is included?
What does the word “monarchy” mean? ( monarchy means a form of government with a King or Queen at the head)
Task III (Graphical test)
T: Dear my guys! For revision of the theme let’s do the graphical test. (5 questions)
1)Who rules the UK?
Queen b) Prince c) Duke of York
2)The time to look at the Queen’s 50 years and also to look at the changes that have occurred.
Silver jubilee b) Golden jubilee c) reign
3)When did was the Golden Jubilee celebrate?
1952 b) 1977 c) 2002
4)Where did the Queen’s coronation take place?
a) Buckingham Palace b) Westminster Abbey c) Holyroodhouse
5)How many children has the Queen Elizabeth II got?
a) 3 b) 5 c) 6
T: Now look, what kind of letter we’ve just made? Of course, it’s the letter “V”
The ending of lesson
T: Look at the blackboard and write down your home task for the next lesson: exercise 10, pages 189–191 (read and translate).
b) Giving marks to the students.
T: And let’s see what marks you gave to each other.
c) The teacher thanks the pupils for the work.
T: I like your work at the lesson today. You were very active. I’m pleased with your answers and work. Thank you for today’s lesson. The lesson is over, you may be free. Good bye!