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1 Урок английского языка в 11 классе Учитель Месхи Ирина Анатольевна

2 ЦЕЛИ: ПОЗНАВАТЕЛЬНЫЙ АСПЕКТ—ФОРМИРОВАНИЕ У УЧАЩИХСЯ ПРЕДСТАВЛЕНИЯ О МЕНТАЛИТЕТЕ И КУЛЬТУРЕ НАРОДОВ АВСТРАЛИИ УЧЕБНЫЙ АСПЕКТ—СИСТЕМАТИЗАЦИЯ, ОБОБЩЕНИЕ И ЗАКРЕПЛЕНИЕ РАНЕЕ ПРОЙДЕННОГО МАТЕРИАЛА ОБ АВСТРАЛИИ; СОВЕРШЕНСТВОВАНИЕ ЧТЕНИЯ (ЧТЕНИЕ С ПОЛНЫМ ПОНИМАНИЕМ ТЕКСТА), СОВЕРШЕНСТВОВАНИЕ СФОРМИРОВАННЫХ РАНЕЕ НАВЫКОВ И УМЕНИЙ В АУДИРОВАНИИ (АУДИРОВАНИЕ С ЦЕЛЬЮ ИЗВЛЕЧЕНИЯ НУЖНОЙ ИНФОРМАЦИИ), СОВЕРШЕНСТВОВАНИЕ НАВЫКОВ В МОНОЛОГИЧЕСКОЙ И ДИАЛОГИЧЕСКОЙ РЕЧИ РАЗВИВАЮЩИЙ АСПЕКТ—РАЗВИТИЕ ВООБРАЖЕНИЯ, СПОСОБНОСТИ К РАСПРЕДЕЛЕНИЮ И ПЕРЕКЛЮЧЕНИЮ ВНИМАНИЯ, К СРАВНЕНИЮ И СОПОСТАВЛЕНИЮ, К ВЫЯВЛЕНИЮ ПРИЧИНОСЛЕДСТВЕННЫХ СВЯЗЕЙ В ТЕКСТЕ ВОСПИТАТЕЛЬНЫЙ АСПЕКТ—ВОСПИТАНИЕ ПОТРЕБНОСТИ И СПОСОБНОСТИ ПОНИМАТЬ ОБРАЗ ЖИЗНИ ДРУГИХ НАРОДОВ, УВАЖИТЕЛЬНОГО ОТНОШЕНИЯ К КУЛЬТУРЕ АВСТРАЛИИ

3 THE UPSIDE DOWN WORLD Terra australis incognita The unknown southern land Australia is called «the upside down world». Why?

4 What do you associate Australia with? Country, island, continent Aborigines dingo kangaroo Sydney Tasmania Olympic Games 2000 Oceans Beaches The southern hemisphere

5 Original survivors Aborigine means first inhabitant. Some Aborigines live in the sea, some live in the hot, dry empty desert near the middle of Australia. What do you know about them?

6 Original survivors The Aborigines were (1) in the unique Australian landscape. They knew (2), but usually their diets were (3) and (4). By contrast, the first European settlers found Australia (5) and (6).They expected it to be like their (7) and did not know how (8) to such different conditions. As a result, they suffered from (9) and thirst while the Aborigines, whom they considered primitive, were (10). Complete the text with the words from the box.

7 Original survivors The Aborigines were (1) in the unique Australian landscape. They knew (2), but usually their diets were (3) and (4). By contrast, the first European settlers found Australia (5) and (6).They expected it to be like their (7) and did not know how (8) to such different conditions. As a result, they suffered from (9) and thirst while the Aborigines, whom they considered primitive, were (10). аt home well fed rich inhospitable hunger strange own country to adapt hardship varied

8 Original survivors The Aborigines were at home in the unique Australian landscape. They knew (2), but usually their diets were (3) and (4). By contrast, the first European settlers found Australia (5) and (6).They expected it to be like their (7) and did not know how (8) to such different conditions. As a result, they suffered from (9) and thirst while the Aborigines, whom they considered primitive, were (10). аt home well fed rich inhospitable hunger strange own country to adapt hardship varied

9 Original survivors The Aborigines were at home in the unique Australian landscape. They knew hardship, but usually their diets were (3) and (4). By contrast, the first European settlers found Australia (5) and (6).They expected it to be like their (7) and did not know how (8) to such different conditions. As a result, they suffered from (9) and thirst while the Aborigines, whom they considered primitive, were (10). аt home well fed rich inhospitable hunger strange own country to adapt hardship varied

10 Original survivors The Aborigines were at home in the unique Australian landscape. They knew hardship, but usually their diets were rich and (4). By contrast, the first European settlers found Australia (5) and (6).They expected it to be like their (7) and did not know how (8) to such different conditions. As a result, they suffered from (9) and thirst while the Aborigines, whom they considered primitive, were (10). аt home well fed rich inhospitable hunger strange own country to adapt hardship varied

11 Original survivors The Aborigines were at home in the unique Australian landscape. They knew hardship, but usually their diets were rich and varied. By contrast, the first European settlers found Australia (5) and (6).They expected it to be like their (7) and did not know how (8) to such different conditions. As a result, they suffered from (9) and thirst while the Aborigines, whom they considered primitive, were (10). аt home well fed rich inhospitable hunger strange own country to adapt hardship varied

12 Original survivors The Aborigines were at home in the unique Australian landscape. They knew hardship, but usually their diets were rich and varied. By contrast, the first European settlers found Australia strange and (6).They expected it to be like their (7) and did not know how (8) to such different conditions. As a result, they suffered from (9) and thirst while the Aborigines, whom they considered primitive, were (10). аt home well fed rich inhospitable hunger strange own country to adapt hardship varied

13 Original survivors The Aborigines were at home in the unique Australian landscape. They knew hardship, but usually their diets were rich and varied. By contrast, the first European settlers found Australia strange and inhospitable.They expected it to be like their (7) and did not know how (8) to such different conditions. As a result, they suffered from (9) and thirst while the Aborigines, whom they considered primitive, were (10). аt home well fed rich inhospitable hunger strange own country to adapt hardship varied

14 Original survivors The Aborigines were at home in the unique Australian landscape. They knew hardship, but usually their diets were rich and varied. By contrast, the first European settlers found Australia strange and inhospitable.They expected it to be like their own country and did not know how (8) to such different conditions. As a result, they suffered from (9) and thirst while the Aborigines, whom they considered primitive, were (10). аt home well fed rich inhospitable hunger strange own country to adapt hardship varied

15 Original survivors The Aborigines were at home in the unique Australian landscape. They knew hardship, but usually their diets were rich and varied. By contrast, the first European settlers found Australia strange and inhospitable.They expected it to be like their own country and did not know how to adapt to such different conditions. As a result, they suffered from (9) and thirst while the Aborigines, whom they considered primitive, were (10). аt home well fed rich inhospitable hunger strange own country to adapt hardship varied

16 Original survivors The Aborigines were at home in the unique Australian landscape. They knew hardship, but usually their diets were rich and varied. By contrast, the first European settlers found Australia strange and inhospitable.They expected it to be like their own country and did not know how to adapt to such different conditions. As a result, they suffered from hunger and thirst while the Aborigines, whom they considered primitive, were (10). аt home well fed rich inhospitable hunger strange own country to adapt hardship varied

17 Original survivors The Aborigines were at home in the unique Australian landscape. They knew hardship, but usually their diets were rich and varied. By contrast, the first European settlers found Australia strange and inhospitable.They expected it to be like their own country and did not know how to adapt to such different conditions. As a result, they suffered from hunger and thirst while the Aborigines, whom they considered primitive, were (10). аt home well fed rich inhospitable hunger strange own country to adapt hardship varied

18 Original survivors The Aborigines were at home in the unique Australian landscape. They knew hardship, but usually their diets were rich and varied. By contrast, the first European settlers found Australia strange and inhospitable.They expected it to be like their own country and did not know how to adapt to such different conditions. As a result, they suffered from hunger and thirst while the Aborigines, whom they considered primitive, were well fed.

19 Who were the first European settlers? Why was life in Australia difficult for them?

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21 Plot the events of Australia’s history on a timeline

22 Plot the events of Australa’s history on a timeline Captain Cook discovered Australia

23 Plot the events of Australia’s history on a timeline Captain Cook discovered Australia A fleet of 11 ships arrived in what is now Sydney

24 Plot the events of Australia’s history on a timeline Captain Cook discovered Australia A fleet of 11 ships arrived in what is now Sydney Great Britain claimed all of Australia

25 Plot the events of Australia’s history on a timeline Captain Cook discovered Australia A fleet of 11 ships arrived in what is now Sydney Great Britain claimed all of Australia Gold was discovered

26 Plot the events of Australia’s history on a timeline Captain Cook discovered Australia A fleet of 11 ships arrived in what is now Sydney Great Britain claimed all of Australia Gold was discovered Australia became a nation within The Great Britain

27 Plot the events of Australia’s history on a timeline Captain Cook discovered Australia A fleet of 11 ships arrived in what is now Sydney Great Britain claimed all of Australia Gold was discovered Australia became a nation within The Great Britain Australia gained independe nce from Great Britain

28 Australia Nowadays Nowadays when people speak of Australia they can mean three things: 1] Australia as a continent 2]Australia as an island and 3] Australia as an independent country.

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31 Locate the cities on the map. 1Adelaide 2Brisbane 3Canberra 4Darwin 5Hobart 6Perth 7Sydney 8Melbourne Adelaide Brisbane Canberra Darwin Hobart Perth Sydney Melbourne

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33 Say true or false. If false, correct this statement. 1 Australia is the largest continent in the world. 2 Australia is situated in the Southern Hemisphere. 3 Vast areas of desert cover most of Central and Western Australia. 4 Melbourne is the capital of Victoria. 5 The official name of the country is the Commonwealth of Australia. 6 There are 6 states in Australia. 7 Tasmania is an island state. 8 Australia is washed by the waters of three oceans. 9 Most people live in the north of the country.

34 Say true or false. If false, correct this statement. 1 Australia is the smallest continent in the world. 2 Australia is situated in the Southern Hemisphere. 3 Vast areas of desert cover most of Central and Western Australia. 4 Melbourne is the capital of Victoria. 5 The official name of the country is the Commonwealth of Australia. 6 There are 6 states in Australia and two territories. 7 Tasmania is an island state. 8 Australia is washed by the waters of two oceans. 9 Most people live in the coasts of the east and south – east of the country.

35 Every country has its own symbols. What can you say about symbols in Australia?

36 What is Australia's official language? Look at some Australian slang and phrases explained in Basic English.

37 CROOK unwell DRONGO someone who is stupid DROVERS horsemen who drive sheep and cattle hundreds of miles to market FAIR DRINKUM honest, genuine,authentic TOP END the tropical part of the Northern Territory WOOP a place so hot and dusty that the crows fly backwards to keep the dust out of their eyes

38 Australia's people are city dwellers. Read the description of the cities and tell what cities are described.

39 CANBERRA an important centre of learning the seat of the federal government people a lot of government buildings the place where the National University of Australia is situated

40 SYDNEY Australia's largest city the first European settlement in the country Australia's leading seaport A city of old and new buildings A lot of lovely parks and gardens

41 MELBOURNE Australia's second largest city the financial centre of the nation stone buildings remind visitors of cities in England an industrial city factories produce many goods

42 Describe the cities.

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47 Why is the capital of Australia located in Canberra instead of Sydney or Melbourne?

48 A tour representative is telling his group about the places they will be visiting in Sydney. Look carefully at the map and the places marked on it. As you listen number the places on the map the party (group) are going to see. The first one has been done for you. Be careful. There is one place the party (group) will not be visiting.

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50 The land where birds" run instead of flying and animals hopped instead of running ".

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53 Australia has its own unique fauna. Select the names of the animals, which can be found only in Australia. kangaroo, rabbit, emu, buffalo, crocodile, koala, parrot, kookaburra

54 Australia has its own unique fauna. Select the names of the animals, which can be found only in Australia. kangaroo, rabbit, emu, buffalo, crocodile, koala, parrot, kookaburra

55 Australia has its own unique fauna. Select the names of the animals, which can be found only in Australia. kangaroo, rabbit, emu, buffalo, crocodile, koala, parrot, kookaburra

56 Australia has its own unique fauna. Select the names of the animals, which can be found only in Australia. kangaroo, rabbit, emu, buffalo, crocodile, koala, parrot, kookaburra

57 Australia has its own unique fauna. Select the names of the animals, which can be found only in Australia. kangaroo, rabbit, emu, buffalo, crocodile, koala, parrot, kookaburra

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65 Australia was once considered a cultural desert. How has it changed?

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79 Imagine that you are speaking with the person who has just come back from Australia. What questions would you like to ask?

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81 ANCIENT and MODERN GREEN and CLEAN HARMONY and DIVERSITY DANGEROUS and INVOLVING

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85 Hometask: Imagine you and a friend are visiting Australia. Unfortunately, you can only spend one day in Sydney. Time will only allow you to see three of the places. Decide which you would visit and why.


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