Урок по английскому языку на тему Мой дом-моя крепость ( 6 класс)

Урок английского языка в 6 классе на тему "Мой дом-моя крепость" посвящён типам домов в Англии. Урок разработан  по УМК «Enjoy English» 5-6 кл. М.З. Биболетова, Н.В. Добрынина, Н.Н. Трубанева, изд-во «Титул». В ходе урока учащиеся объясняют разницу в словах home и house. В различных упражнениях отрабатывается лексика по данной теме. Также дети объясняют в каких домах живут англичане и чем эти дома отличаются друг от друга. В ходе урока дети просматривают различные видео  о домах. После просмотра...
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Конспект открытого урока в 6 «а» классе. Тема: Мой дом - моя крепость

Цель урока: развитие коммуникативных способностей учащихся через различные виды речевой деятельности.

Образовательные задачи:

  • Изучение лексического материала по теме.

  • Подготовка учащихся к монологической и диалогической речи по теме «Мой дом».

Развивающие задачи:

  • Развитие устной монологической и диалогической речи учащихся.

  • Развитие аудитивных навыков.

  • Формирование навыков говорения.

  • Формирование навыков мышления.

Воспитательные задачи:

  • Воспитание чувства ответственности и бережного отношения к дому .

  • Повышение интереса к изучению английского языка.

Оборудование: учебник, аудиозапись, презентация, видео материал,раздаточный материал ( кроссворд).

Учебное пособие: УМК «Enjoy English» 5-6 кл. М.З. Биболетова, Н.В. Добрынина, Н.Н. Трубанева, изд-во «Титул».

Ход урока

1. Орг. Момент

Т: Good morning, boys and girls! Are you fine today? What date is it today? What day of a week is it? Is everybody present? Who is absent? What is the weather like today? What do you like to do in such weather? Where do you stay at bad weather? (at home) What can you do at home at bad weather?

2. Повторение лексических единиц: house и home

Can you tell me the difference between the words home and house?

Who explains the differences between them?

A house is a building that is made for people to live in. Houses come in many different shapes and sizes. Houses of different countries look different to each other, because of different materials and different styles

Home - is the place where you live or where you feel that you belong

Оn the first picture there is a building, so it is house, on the second picture there is a sitting -room, that's why it is home

3. Работа с пословицами

Look at the blackboard/ there are several proverbs about home. Let's translate them. Слайд

  • East or West home is best

  • There is no place like home

  • An Englishman's home is his castle

English people and Russian people love the places where they live in.

4. Просмотр видео

I want you to watch video and guess the theme of today's lesson-видео

Yes, today we will speak about houses in England, and their types.


Guess what type of house is it?

A detached house (особняк, обособленно стоящий дом)

In some countries many families live in " such houses" . They are separated from other buildings and surrounded by its own yard.

Semi-detached or duplex (дом, имеющий общую стену с соседним домом)

It is a building that has two houses side by side and covered over by one big roof. Each house has a pathway to the backyard.

Bungalow (бунгало, тип одноэтажных домов с верандой)

The word came from India and was used for a house that is built all on one level and has a verandah where people can sit or work outdoors, but under a shady roof.

Cottage (один из самых распространённых видов загородных домов в Англии)

It is a small house. It is usually found in villages or in the countryside. They are always built from material that can be found nearby. In many places the word is used to mean a small old-fashioned house.

A terraced house (дом ленточной застройки, стоящий в ряду одинаковых домов с общими мтенами)

The other names are: row house, linked house or townhouse It is a row of identical or mirror-image houses . The first and last of these houses is called an end terrace, and is often larger than those houses in the middle.

Block of flats ( многоквартирный дом)

Such a building may be called an apartment building, apartment house (in American English), , tower block, high-rise or, occasionally mansion block (in British English), It consists of many apartments .

A castle (крепость, основательное каменное строение с башнями, служившее для защиты от врагов во время нападений)

It is a type of fortified structure built by nobility. (дворянство ) it is a private fortified (укреплять)residence of a lord or noble. This is distinct from a palace, which is not fortified; from a fortress, which was not always a residence for nobility;

A manor house (поместье, сельский дом)

It is an English country house. Usually it belonged to the gentry (мелкопоместное дворянство). It was sometimes referred to as castles, palaces, and so on.

It was often fortified but this was intended more for show than for defense.

Tudor House (дом, построенный во времена правления династии Тюдоров (1485-1603)

The timber(деревянный)-framed buildings. It refers to the English royal dynasty that gave five sovereigns to England

The Georgian House (здание, построенное в неоклассическом стиле из красного кирпича, украшенного белым орнаментом из белого камня. Название связано с периодом правления королей Георгов)

It is a well preserved example of a typical century town house, built from red brick

It contains some original furniture of that period.

Victorian house (дом, времён королевы Виктории, обставленный мебелью того же периода)

It is a house built during the reign of Queen Victoria (1837-1901). Such houses are now a defining feature of most British towns and cities.

Palace (дворец, место проживания королей и королев, а также людей знатных сословий)

They are very grand houses. They are the most famous and beautiful houses in the world.

They have often been built by people who were very rich,

6. Беседа

T: What about palaces and castles? Do you know some palaces in Russia? Слайд

Do people live in these houses?

What are the differences between Russian and English palaces?

The main difference is that lots of English palaces, castles and other old houses are inhabited. They are not the museums. They are the places people live in. The majority of Englishmen live in the houses built under the rule of Queen Victoria. A lot of the houses are several centuries, but they look very beautiful. They are protected by the government. Englishmen like their houses, they treat them as children. No doubt, an Englishman's house is his castle.


What kinds of Russian houses do you know?

Ps: There are detached and semi-detached houses, cottages, blocks of flats, … .

T: What types of houses do you live in?

Let's listen to you, Pupils.

Презентации детей о своих домах

8. Зарядка

9. Аудирование: учебник упр. 54 Стр.138

10. Gogo и вопросы по видео

Now you will hear a video about building a house by Go-go. And then you will answer my questions.

1. What type of house do you see here? Go-go helped to build a castle.

2.Who is building the house? What type of house are they building? A tree house

3.What is Jenny doing? cutting the wood

4. Is Tonny making the floor?

5. Who is using the hammer?

6. Who is hitting the nails?

7. What colour is Go-go painting the house? Pink and purple

8. Do you like the house?

11. Кроссворд







1. It is a building which has a lot of apartments.

2. It is a building made from snow or ice.

3. A large strong building with thick walls, built in the past to protect people from being attacked.

4. A tall round tent made of animal skin that some native Americans traditionally lived in.

5. It is a boat where someone lives in as their home.

6. It is a house which is built above water, it stands on special stilts.

7. A house which is joined to another house by one wall.

12 Pupils, do you like today's lesson? Do you know a lot about houses in Britain? What type of house would you like to live in? May be a castle or a palace? Or a bungalow?

13. Home task: to learn all the words


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