Цели и задачи урока:

познакомить учащихся с интересными фактами об Австралии, с достопримечательностями страны;
• практиковать учащихся в аудировании с пониманием основного содержания текста, с извлечением конкретной информации;
• формирование навыков и умений составления диалога по предложенной ситуации на основе наглядной опоры;

• совершенствовать грамматические навыки и навыки письменной речи;
• учить детей проявлять интерес к стране изучаемого языка;
• повысить мотивацию к изучению иностранного языка;
• воспитывать любовь к культуре страны изучаемого языка;
• учить умению выслушать собеседника и ориентироваться в ситуации общения, использовать речевые клише и формулы вежливости;
• учить соблюдать правила культуры поведения.


Оснащение урока:

P.C., мультимедийный проектор, карта Австралии, флаг страны, картинки с изображением достопримечательностей Австралии.

Ход урока

1. Warm-up.

Teacher: Good morning boys and girls! I’ m glad to see you. We are glad to see our guests at the lesson. We have an unusual lesson today. We are going to Australia.

Do you know anything about this country? Do the Australia quiz, please! 

1. What is the official name of the country?

a) Australia b) The Commonwealth of Australia c) The Commonwealth of Nations

2. What is the capital of Australia?

a) Melbourne b) Canberra c) Sydney

3. Who discovered Australia?

a) Christopher Columbus b) Vitus Bering c) James Cook

4. What animals are the symbols of Australia?

a) kangaroos b) possums c) koala bears

5. What is the hottest month in Australia?

a) July b) March c) January

6. In which Australian city were the 2000 Olympic Games?

a) Melbourne b) Canberra c) Sydney

2. Speaking. 

Teacher: Well, we are going to Australia. But first we should make airport reservations. Make up the conversation between the client and the travel agent.

Travel agent: …

Client: I’d like to make a reservation to Sydney.

Travel agent: What day are you planning to leave for Sydney?

Client: …

Travel agent: I can make a reservation for a QANTAS flight. Are you going to travel class or economy?

Client: … How much will it be?

Travel agent: …

Client: Are meals and refreshments served on the flight?

Travel agent: …

Client: What is the flying time?

Travel agent: … How many days are you planning to stay in Australia?

Client: …

Travel agent: All right. Your name and address.

Client: …

Travel agent: And your telephone number?

Client: …

Travel agent: Will you pay by credit card?

Client: … When can I get my tickets?

Travel agent: …

3. Vocabulary. 

Teacher: And now let’s study the rules for passengers at the airport. Fill in the words into the following text!

Boarding card, the Customs, the Customs officer, the Customs declaration, passport control, check-in-desk, duty free shop, departure lounge.

Travelling by air

The rules for passengers who are going abroad are similar in most countries.

If you are supposed to begin with going through (1)_____, you’d better fill in (2)____ ____,

before you talk to (3) ___ ___.

Then you go to (4)____ where your ticket is looked at, your things are weight and labeled and you are given (5)____ , which has a seat number on it. The next formality is filling in the immigration form and going through (6)____ ____.

After fulfilling all these formalities you go to (7)____ ____ where you can have a snack, read a paper, buy something in (8)____ ____ and wait for the announcement to board the plane.

( Keys: 1. the Customs;2. the Customs declaration; 3. the Customs officer; 4. check-in-desk;

5. boarding card; 6. passport control; 7. departure lounge; 8. duty free shop)

4. Writing.

Teacher: Welcome to Sydney Airport! We are going to stay in Hilton Sydney Hotel with Five Star Accommodation. You should fill the following form in. In ten days we’ll meet and speak about our travelling impressions.

Registration form

Name of the Hotel or Inn or Address of House_____________

To be filled in immediately on arrival

1. Surname_______________

2. Christian names______________

3. Nationality_______________

4. Date of arrival__________

5. Sex______________

6. Particulars of registration Certificate or Passport_____________________

7. Arrived here from_____________________

(Give last address in full) _________________________

Signature of person to whom the above particulars relate_______________

To be filled in on departure

8. Date of departure________________

9. Destination (Give new address in full)_______________________

10. Signature of person to whom the above particulars relate________________

5. Speaking.

Teacher: I hope your travelling was exciting. What are your impressions? Tell us about them.

Pupil 1: I spent the most amazing moments of my life and forgot all my worries and enjoyed the natural wonders at that beautiful place called the Great Barrier Island. One of the most wonderful and the remarkable gifts of Australia is the Great Barrier Reef. This reef in Australia is the world’s largest. The Great Barrier Reef is known to be one of the Seven Wonders of the World. I visited the Great Bas, the major underwater attractions which includes the world’s largest collection of corals, mollusks, dolphins, tropical fish and birds, reptiles such as sea turtles and giant clams which are over 120 years old. I also tried the surfing activity and diving. It was a wonderful special moment of my life.

Pupil 2: And I visited Uluru, the world’s largest rock mass in the Red Center. It is a part of the UNESCO World Heritage Center. I was there at sunset and the view of the colour change was mysterious and magical. I took a lot of pictures. Look at them! They are wonderful!

Pupil 3: But my great impression was Sydney. It was exciting to walk across the Sydney Harbour Bridge and admire a panoramic view of the city. I also visited the Opera House, which is built against the backdrop of the harbor. In the Opera House there was performance of the famous opera Tosca by Giacomo Puccini at that time. In spite of that fact that I’m not interested in operas, I enjoyed the performance very much.

Pupil 4: If you know I’m interested in nature, that’ why I visited national parks of Australia. There was so much to see and explore in the Walpole Nornalup National Park. I was impressed by the glory of the wildflowers, the majesty of the trees and the world famous Valley of the Giants Tree Top Walk. I saw rare species of Eucalyptus there.

Among the interesting places to see in Australia is Kings Canyon, which is situated in the Watarrka National Park. It is 270 meters deep. It was interesting to investigate the areas around the canyon. And also there was so much to do: boating and fishing, bush walking and climbing. 

Pupil 5: And my adore are animals. I’d like to see exotic Australian animals. My dreams came true. I saw kangaroos, emus, koala bears, and Kookaburras. These animal species are found only in Australia. Do you know the Kangaroo and the Emu are present on the Coat of Arms of Australia.

Teacher: Well, thank you for your stories. They were wonderful.

Our lesson is over and I want you to read the poem by Australian author Dorothea MacKellar about her motherland.

I love a sunburnt country,
A land of sweeping plains,
Of ragged mountain ranges,
Of droughts and flooding rains.
I love her far horizons,
I love her jewel-sea,
Her beauty and her terror-
This wide brown land for me.

6. Homework


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