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Урок по теме «Политическая система Великобритании» (10 класс) в форме игры «Умники - страница №1/1

Урок по теме «Политическая система Великобритании» (10 класс)

в форме игры «Умники и умницы».

Цели и задачи:

Образовательные: обобщение изученного материала по теме «Политическая система Великобритании»; совершенствование навыков аудирования, чтения и говорения; совершенствование лексических навыков.

Развивающие: повышение уровня мотивации к изучению английского языка; развитие воображения и логического мышления.

Воспитательные: воспитывать чувство сопричастности к мировой культуре; формировать умение работать в коллективе.

Оборудование: таблица политической системы Великобритании, портреты королевы Елизаветы, Виктории, Генриха VIII, карточки со словами, тексты для чтения, жетоны, 3 короны, сигнальные карты

. Приглашаются 2 ученика в жюри, которые помогают раздавать жетоны, проверять задания и подсчитывать баллы.

Ход урока:

  • Hello, my dear boys and girls! I am glad to see you.

Today we are going to speak about the System of Government, about Parliament, about Elections and Royal Family.

But we have an unusual lesson today. It will be a game. For right answers you will get a circle.

  1. Answer my questions:

a) 1. Who is the official head of state?

2. What functions has the Queen?

3. Does the Queen rule the country in fact?

4. Who rules the country in fact?

Though nowadays the Queen reigns but doesn’t rule, the Royal Family plays a very important role in the country. In the history of Britain there were certain Kings and Queens whose names are specially remembered in the country and are well-known in the world. One of them was King Henry VIII. Under him Britain became independent of the Roman Catholic Church, it got richer and more powerful.

Henry’s daughter Elizabeth was a very popular and strong queen. She is known for saying “I know I have the body of a week and feeble woman, but I have the heart and stomach of a King”…

Another strong queen was Queen Victoria., whose monument you can see in front of Buckingham Palace.

  1. Ученики прослушивают аудиозапись и выполняют задание с помощью сигнальных карт.

Victoria came to the throne as a young woman in 1837 and reigned until her death in 1901. She ruled for the longest period in the English history, for 64 years! Victoria married a German, Prince Albert, but he died at the age of 42 at 1861. That was a great tragedy for Queen Victoria. She left London and never lived in the city where she had been so happy with her husband and nine children. But there are places in London that remind us of their love. One of them is the Royal Albert Hall – a very large concert hall where the best musicians of the world perform classical music. In front of the Albert Hall there is a monument to Prince Albert built by Queen Victoria. Another place is the Victoria and Albert Museum with its rich collection of paintings and other works of art. The family life of Queen Victoria touched people’s hearts. But this is not the only reason why Queen Victoria became very popular. During her reign Britain became a rich industrial country with a developed trade, an empire with a lot of colonies.
Have you understood the text? Now listen to the sentences and raise green cards if you think the sentence is right and pink if the sentence is false.

    1. Queen Victoria ruled for the longest period in the English history.

    2. She ruled for 74 years.

    3. She married a German, Prince Albert, and was very happy.

    4. She had 3 children.

    5. Her husband died at the age of 70 years.

    6. After her husband’s death she left London and never lived in the city.

    7. There are some places that remind us of their love.

    8. The family life of Queen Victoria touched people’s hearts.

    9. During Queen Victoria’s reign Britain became a rich industrial country.

    10. Queen Victoria’s monument you can see in front of the Royal Albert Hall.

Жюри подсчитывает количество правильных ответов и выдает жетоны.

  1. a) Let’s speak about legislative and executive branches o power. But first of all look at the blackboard and translate these expressions from English into Russian in written form.

      1. to reject the bill

      2. to amend the bill

      3. to discuss in detail

      4. the Royal assent

      5. debate political questions

      6. pass a low

      7. range of matters

      8. unanimous decisions

      9. to be subject of control

      10. to accept office

Жюри собирает листочки и проверяет правильность выполнения задания, затем раздает жетоны. Ученики отвечают на вопросы учителя, за правильные ответы получают жетоны.
Answer my questions.

  1. Does the Government represent the legislative or executive branch of power?

  2. Who is the Head of Government?

  3. Do the people elect the Prime Minister directly?

  4. Who appoints the Prime Minister? What are the functions of the Prime Minister?

  5. Who chooses the Cabinet?

  6. What is the Government responsible for?

  7. How many ministers does the Cabinet include?

  8. Does Parliament represent the legislative or executive branch of power?

  9. How many parts does Parliament have? What are they?

  10. Are Members of the House of Lords elected?

  11. What are the functions of the House of Lords?

  12. Are Members of the House of Commons elected?

  13. What are the functions of the House of Commons?

  14. What are the two types of Bills?

  15. How many readings does a Bill receive in the House of Commons?

  16. What institution challenges the government policies?

  1. Ученики выполнят тест, жюри проверяет и выдает жетоны.

Choose the suitable word to fill in the blanks.

      1. The United Kingdom is divided into 650 parliamentary…

  1. constituencies

  2. counties

  3. states

      1. The British government is elected for up to…

  1. five years

  2. four years

  3. ten years

      1. … chooses the date of the next General Elections.

  1. the Queen

  2. the Cabinet

  3. the Prime Minister

      1. Election campaigning lasts for three …

  1. days

  2. weeks

  3. months

      1. The day of the Election is often known as …

  1. Polling Day

  2. General Elections

  3. vote

      1. British elections are usually fought between…

  1. individuals

  2. political parties

      1. The voters put their votes in a …

  1. polling booth

  2. ballot box

  3. polling station

      1. MPs represent…

  1. everyone in the constituency, not just the people who voted for them

  2. only the people who voted for them

      1. … forms Government policy.

  1. the Queen

  2. the Prime Minister

  3. the Cabinet

      1. Each Government department is headed…

  1. by the secretary

  2. by the minister

  3. by two people: the minister and the permanent secretary

  1. Now read the texts. Every text has one mistake in the information about the British political system. Find it and correct if you can do it.

      1. There is nothing to stop unconventional candidates from standing for election. A candidate has only to put down a deposit of 500 pounds and collect 50 (10) signatures from residents in the constituency where he wants to stand.

      2. Voting takes place on Polling Day. The results from each constituency are announced as soon as the voters have been counted, usually the same night. The national result is known by the next morning.

      3. The members of the Houses of Lords can revise and even delay bills. They have real influence in politics. The Commons have much more real power.

      4. About a month before the election the Prime Minister is invited by the Sovereign to discuss the date which would best suit the party.

      5. The people do not elect the Prime Minister directly. Officially the Parliament appoints the Prime Minister. The Prime Minister chooses the Cabinet.

      6. Government departments are responsible for implementing Government policy. There are three such departments: the Home Office, the Ministry of Defense and the Treasury.

      7. The functions of the Cabinet are determining government policies, coordinating government departments, making laws.

      8. When a bill is introduced in the House of Commons, it receives a formal first reading. It is then printed and read the second time, and then it is debated and amended. After the second reading the bill is referred to a committee.

      9. The British government is elected for up to 5 years. The Prime Minister chooses the date of the next General Elections or waits until the end of the 5 years.

      10. Parliament has two parts: the House of Commons and the House of Lords. Members of the House of Lords are elected by the voters of 650 constituencies.

Ученики читают тексты, находят ошибки. Тот, кто первым находит ошибку и правильно отвечает, получает жетон.

  1. Ученики подсчитывают жетоны. Три ученика, которые набрали наибольшее количество баллов, становятся лидерами игры и получают специальное задание. Каждый ученик получает набор карточек со словами, из которых нужно составить предложение. Тот, кто составил предложение быстрее и без ошибок, получает право выбрать дорожку (как в телеигре «Умники и умницы»). Тот ученик, который выбирает зеленую дорожку, может ответить неправильно на два вопроса, не выбывая из игры; желтую – на один вопрос; красную - не должен ошибаться. Тот, кто пройдет всю дорожку, становится победителем.

Предложение на карточках:

The Queen is the official head of state and, for many people, a symbol of the unity of the nation.

- Well done! You are the winners!

- … was the quickest. He hasn’t made any mistakes. The second was … . The third was … . Here you can see three paths: green, yellow and red. You have to walk through these paths. That student who chooses the green path can make two mistakes. Yellow – one mistake; red – you mustn’t make any mistakes.

Дети выбирают дорожки.

Задание для финала:

Imagine that you are queens. You are Queen Elizabeth. Answer my questions:

      1. You are a Queen. How should people call you if they meet you?

      2. Are you wealth?

      3. You are married. Your husband’s name is Prince Philip. How many children have you got?

      4. The Queen can do many things using the royal prerogative a) dismiss the Government; b) declare war; c) delay bills; d) make everyone a peer. What is here wrong?

      5. Name 5 your functions.

      6. The Queen has a central role in state affairs not only through her ceremonial functions. What powers do you have in government?

      7. Can you choose the date of the next General Elections?

      8. One of the functions of the Queen is to give a Royal Assent to bills. Has a monarch refused a bill since 1707?

      9. Has the monarchy always been popular? When was it?

Учитель поздравляет победителя и подводит итоги.