Australia. Geographical position. Population
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ОІЖ директордың орынбасары
________ Г.Г.Исмагулова
«____»________ 2015 ж

ОӘБЖ директордың орынбасары
________ Г.К.Жусупкалиева
«____»________ 2015 ж

«Ағылшын тілі» пәнінен ашық сабақ
«Australia. Geographical position. Population»
Топ №3
Мамандық: 0508000 – «Тамақтандыруды ұйымдастыру»
Орал 2015 ж

Өткізген: ағылшын тілі пәнінің оқытушысы: Г.А.Аманшина.
Жалпы білім беретін ПЦК отырысында қаралды.
Хаттама ____ «___»________ 2015 ж.
ПЦК жетекшісі ________ Н.Н.Заруцкая

• Білімділік
Жаңа мәтінмен жұмыс, оқу және түсіну. Көмекші сөздер арқылы оқушылардың өз ойларын жеткізуге үйрету.
• Дамытушылық:
Оқушылардың оқылым, тыңдалым, сөйлесім және жазылым дағдыларын дамыту. Жаңа тақырып бойынша оқушылардын есте сақтау қабілетін дамыту. Ойлау қабілеті арқылы өз білімін жеткізе білуге үйрену.
• Тәрбиелік:
Оқушылардың шетел тілінде ойлау және сөйлеу қабілеттерін арттыру.
Шығармашылық жұмыс істеуге тәрбиелеу
Connection with other subjects: Geography, history.
Supplementary materials for the lesson: a map, texts, placards, slides,
Technology: Class discussion, individual work, frontal work.
Equipment: a computer, an interactive white-board, pictures.
The type of the lesson: Presentation-lesson

The Plan of the Lesson:
I. Organisation moment.

a) Greeting
Good afternoon, students! You may sit down! (I am very glad to see you!)

Teacher: Let’s start our lesson with the video. Look at the screen, please. What are you think about this video? Well done this video about Australia. Today our lesson will be devoted to one of the most perfect country – Australia. Geographical position. Population. Did you know, for example, that Australia is the biggest island in the world? It is only a little smaller than the United states of America, and it is bigger than Western Europe.
Did you know that Australia is one of the oldest lands in the world? During millions of years, wind and water have slowly taken the earth from the hills and filled the valleys with it. Although there are some mountain along the east coast and some along the west coast, the centre of the country is very flat.
(Работа с картой Австралии у доски).
There are six different states in Australia: Western Australia, Queensland. New South Wales, Victoria, Tasmania and South Australia. There are also two territories: Northern Territory, and Australian Capital Territory, with Canberra, the nation’s capital city in it.
Each Australian state has its own government, and its own capital city. The state capitals are: Perth, Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne, Hobart and Adelaide.
I think that you have added my story. You know that at the last lesson we have got acquainted with this country slightly. Your home task was to prepare the stall stories about Australia. I think that you with great pleasure tell us about it. Are you ready?
(Работа у доски. На ней рисунки: флаг, герб, государственный день).
Student 1: Australia is the only nation that occupies a whole continent. It’s an island of 7.7 million square kilometers. It is the sixth largest country in the world after Russia, Canada, China, the United States of America and Brazil. It’s located to the south of Asia, between the Pacific and Indian oceans. Australia is the flattest continent after Antarctica. It is also the world’s driest continent.
Student 2: Australia’s coat of arms – the official emblem of the Australian Government – was granted by King George V in 1912. The arms consist of a shield containing the badges of the six states. The supporters are native Australian fauna – a kangaroo and an emu. A yellow-flowered native plant, wattle, also appears in the design.
Student 3: Australia’s national day, Australia Day, on 26 January marks the date in 1788 when Captain Arthur Phillip, of the British Royal Navy, commanded a fleet of 11 ships and sailed into Port Jackson (Sydney Cove).
Student 4: The flag of Australia is the only one to fly over a whole continent. The small Union Jack represents the historical link with Britain, the large seven-pointed star represents the six States and the Territories, and the small stars form the Southern Cross – a prominent feature of the southern hemisphere night sky.
Student 5: Australia is a continent, a country and an island all at the same time. It is the sixth largest country and the smallest continent in the world. Australia is located in the southern hemisphere. That is why it has summer when we have winter and it has winter when we have summer. It is interesting to know that January is the hottest month in Australia.
Student 6: Australia is situated south of Asia, between the Pacific and the Indian Oceans. Australia is the world’s driest continent. Huge areas of land are so dry that they are uninhabited. There are rainforests in the north, snowfields in the sound-east, desert in the centre and fertile croplands in the south and south-west. Australia is also the flattest continent after Antarctica.
Student 7: Australia is a very urban. About 70 per cent of the population lives in the 10 largest cities. Most of the population is in couth-eastern corner of the country and only per cent of the population live in rural areas. Canberra is the capital of Australia. It is not the biggest city. Sydney and Melbourne are much larger. The land of Tasmania is separated from the continent of Australia. It is an island-state.
Student 8: Australians love their wildlife. The Australian government pays a lot of attention to the preservation of the environment. In the past many trees had been cut down. The government plans that by the year 2000 one billion new tress will have been planted. They have already planted 550 million tress. Now tresses are being planted all over Australia.
Student 9: Australia’s official language is English. Australia English does not differ significantly from other forms of English, although some expressions are unique to Australia.
Teacher: Australian English. What language do you Australians speak? English of course. Well a kind of English anyway. Don’t be surprised if you can’t understand everything they say. But don’t worry about it. Australian English isn’t really very difficult. A lot of words are made by shortening English words. The others are popular Australian words that some people use all the time. Look through the list. You’ll see that most of them are very short. That’s typical Australians always prefer to use one word rather that two. And they always choose a short word if they can. That’s what gives «Strine» (Australian English) its special style – informal, friendly and often very funny.
(На доске):
Shortened words
arvo = afternoon mozzie = mosquito
Aussie = Australian Oz = Australia
barbie = barbecue postie = postman
beaut = beautiful surfie = person who loves surfing
footy = football ta = thank you
g’bye = goodbye Tazzie = Tasmania
g’day = hello («good day») uni = university
Farm and country words
bush = countryside away from towns and cities
dingo = a wild dog
jackaroo = a man who works on a big farm
jumbuck = a cheep
station = big farm

Very common Australian words

amber fluid = beer
bonzer = very good
crook = ill
good on yer = a very common way of saying well done, or goodbye
lollies = sweets
mate = friend (the word is used all the tame, even to strangers)
Pom = an English person
Seppo = an American
Sheila = a young woman
tucker - food
Teacher: Students! I want you to understand this small dialogue. I shall read it in Australian English Listen to me.

Can you understand this Australian dialogue?

«G’day, mate. Are you playing footy today? ».
«No, I’m going to a Barbie at a bush station. There it be plenty of the amber fluid and the tucker’s bonzer. Why don’t you come too? ».
«Ta, I’m busy in the arvo. I’m going to see my sheila. She’s crook».
«Well, good on yer, mate».

Teacher: Please, open the books on page 23. Your hometask was to prepare reading on roles of dialogue. «Arriving to Australia». In the beginning I want you to listen this text which has been written down on cassette.
(Прослушивание записи диалога на магнитофоне).
Look at the blackboard. Some words and expressions from this dialogue are written down. Repeat after me.
Запись на доске:
to learn
to be half way
to improve
as of the end of this year
Students (чтение диалога по ролям).
Teacher: You know that the radical inhabitants the Australia – natives – aborigines. Can somebody of races to till us about them?
Student 1: The Aborigines are the native people of Australia. Today, only 1.5 percent of the population is Aboriginal. Before the British arrived, the Aborigines were able to survive be living off the land. They used plants for medicine and hunted. The Aborigines had to live in poverty and had many problems. In the last thirty years, Aborigines have joined together to protest. In 1967 they won the right to vote and the Australian government returned some land to them.
Student 2: Some Aborigines live very traditional lives. They live on the land and they speak an Aboriginal language. Aborigine society has many rules. For example, they must not say the name of a dead person. Aboriginal culture has become more popular recently. Apart from the Aborigines, people have come from all over the world to live in Australia so it is a very multicultural society. For example, there are more Greeks in Melbourne that in any Greeks city apart from Athens or Thessalonica. In Melbourne it is possible to find more than forty-two nationalities in come districts.
Teacher: Test your memory. Do the crossword-puzzle. Pay attention to a crossword-puzzle. We should guess about what capitals pf Australia there is a speech. Be attentive.
(Работа у доски. Кроссворд записан на ватмане. Выполнить кроссворд, написать задание)


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2. Tropical climate. Population 70.000. Capital of Northern Territory.
4. Tropical climate makes this city a year-round vocation place.
5. An industrial city. Population about 1 million.
8. Australia’s oldest and largest city.
1. Capital of Australian island state of Tasmania. Cold winters.
3. Capital of Australia.
6. 2nd largest city of Australia. Hosted 1956 Olympics.
7. It has one of the best climates in Australia. Capital of Western Australia.
1. Hobart
2. Darwin
3. Canberra
4. Brisbane
5. Adelaide
6. Melbourne
7. Perth
8. Sydney

Работа с классом. Повторение. Present Simple Tense и Present Progressive Tense (произнести правила наизусть).

Индивидуальная работа по карточкам (5-6 учащихся). Open the brackets and put the verbs into Present Simple Tense of Present Progressive Tense).
1. I … my car next week (to sell).
2. The next plane … Kiev at six o’clock, You can still catch it (to leave).
3. Sasha … here this morning (to come).
4. I … my friends at the park (to meet).
5. The football season … in August (to start).
6. They … new furniture (to buy).

Работа с классом.
Способы выражения будущего времени в английском языке.
Запись на доске:
1. What are you doing this evening?
We … to Tom’s party (to go).
2. I’m so thirsty.
I … you some juice (to get).
3. Where are you doing?
To the store. I … some juice (to get).
4. Have you decided what to make for dinner/
Yes, I … chicken (to make).

Закрепление. Translate into English.

Устная работа с классом. Запись на доске:
1. Мы это обсудим, когда встретимся.
2. Они уезжают в Австралию во вторник.
3. Я позвоню тебе, как только приеду.
4. Когда уходит их поезд?
5. Что вы делаете завтра вечером?
6. Самолет вылетает из Сиднея в 3 часа дня.

Комментирование оценок.
Home task: задать 5 вопросов к тексту, выполнить упражнения 6-14, с.41-42, изучить материал учебника на с.39-40.

Teacher: Are you tired? I suspect you are. It’s time for a break. Thank you for the lesson. It was very excellent. You may be dismiss. Good buy.
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