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Grade 4. “Лондон”.

Theme: London.


Practical aim:

– to train pupils in listening, reading, writing and speaking;

– to enrich different types of memory.

Development aim:

- to incorporate pupils’ group and independent work;

– to develop creative thinking and mutual respect;

– to widen imagination and curiosity.

Cultural aim:       

– to broaden pupils’ outlook;

– to use English as a means of communication.

Equipment :  Pupil’s book, Workbook ,topical pictures, cards with tasks, a  computer, multimedia presentation.



Teacher: Good morning, dear children! Nice to meet you!

Children: Good morning, teacher!

II.Introduction. Aim.

 Teacher: Today we’ll have a very interesting topic. We’ll speak about London! (Multimedia) You’ll know a lot about this city and about its places of interest.

Also you’ll learn about the degrees of comparisons of adjectives, we’ll sing songs, play and will do a lot of activities.

III. Phonetic drill.

a) Teacher: But first of all let’s revise the alphabet and sounds.

Listen, remember and sing! (Multimedia ).  

b) Teacher: Read the sounds on the blackboard, please!

c) Teacher: Read after me! Try to pronounce the sounds correctly.

Up ,down,up,down

Which is the way to London town?


Close your eyes and you are there!

Reading several times. Then pupils read it one by one.

IV. Presenting new vocabulary

a) Teacher: Well done! Keep looking at the blackboard, please! Here you can see some words. Let’s see what you know about London. Tell me, please, which of these words are connected with our topic.

The teacher comments students’ choice.

b) Presenting vocabulary.

Teacher : Good work! Now open your books. Page 68-69.

Ex.1- p.68.

Teacher: Read after me. Children write down the words and their translations into vocabularies

b) The teacher explains the meaning of the words.

 c) Game “ The Interpreter”.

(Teacher – pupils)

Teacher: Imagine that you are my interpreters. Translate my sentences, please.

1) Kyiv is the capital of Ukraine.

P1: …

2) London is the capital of Great Britain.

P2: …

3) There are a lot of children in our town.

P3: …

4) How is it called in English?

P4: …

5) He is a famous person.

P5: …

6) There are a lot of places of interest in London.



a) Pre-reading activity.

Teacher: Today we are going to read some numbers in the text.

Look here, please.(Multimedia)

Teacher: Read after me and try to remember them.

b) Work with multimedia.

 Teacher : Excellent! Before reading the text we are going on a tour around London. Be attentive and remember the famous places!(Video)

c) Reading activity.

Teacher: Did you like it?

Great! And now let’s read about the capital of Great Britain!

Chain work. (P1-P2-P3…). Reading and translation.

d) Post-reading activity.

1) Work with cards.

 The teacher joins students into two groups.

Teacher: Are the following statements true or false?

  1. London is a capital of Great Britain.
  2. The population of London is about eight thousand people.
  3. Tower bridge crosses the river Avon.
  4. Tower of London is a shop.
  5. Big Ben is a clock.
  6. Westminster Abbey is a church.
  7. There are not many parks in London.
  8. There is the oldest metro in Londo

(1T; 2F; 3F; 4F; 5T; 6T; 7F; 8T)

Summing up the results.

2) Workbook, ex.1 – p.38 (Match and say).

VI. Physical activity.

Teacher: Let’s have a rest. (Work with multimedia) .

Clap your hands!

Clap your hands, clap your hands,

Listen to the music and clap your hands

Turn around, turn around,

Listen to the music and turn around.

Jump up high, jump up high,

Listen to the music and jump up high.

Wave your hand, wave your hand,

Listen to the music and wave your hand!

VII. Presenting grammar.

Teacher: Thank you! And now we’ll speak about adjectives. There are 3 degrees of them in English: positive, comparative and superlative (poster).If you want to compare things, you should use comparative or superlative  adjective. If the adjective is short, we add suffix – er ; – (the) -est; if it is long, we use -more;-(the)-most. (before the adjective!)

Ex:  Big-bigger-(the) biggest ; famous-more famous-(the) most famous.

VIII. Grammar practice.

  1. a) Grammar game.

Pupils join into three groups – Positive, Comparative and Superlative. Their task is to choose right words for their team among the others (on the board).

Discussing the results (Teacher – Ps).


To tell about London according to the ex.3 – p.69-71.

X. Summurising. Evaluation. Saying Goodbye.

a) Teacher: Did you like our lesson? Have you learnt anything new? What did you like most of all?


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