Илья Гашек
Должность:Системный редактор
Группа:Команда портала


Казахстан, Алматинская область, Алакольский район, г. Ушарал

Средняя школа№2

Учитель английского языка

Мырзаханова Жулдыз Жанархановна


Цели урока:

1. Расширение социокультурных и лингвострановедческих знаний о Канаде.

Формирование речевой компетенции в основных видах речевой деятельности аудировании и говорении.

2. Развитие коммуникативных умений и навыков:

- аудирования незнакомого текста с извлечением нужной информации;

- монологической речи – умения передавать содержание прослушанного текста с опорой на записи.

3. Приобщение учащихся к культуре, традициям и реалиям  стран, изучаемого языка. Воспитание понимания важности изучения английского языка в современном мире. Способствовать воспитанию сотрудничества при коллективной, групповой работе.


Тип урока: комбинированный

Форма урока:

Оборудование: таблицы для индивидуальной работы обучающихся; карточки для работы в парах и ключи к ним; викторина с использованием компьютера.

Ход урока:

  1. 1.     Организационный момент.


1. Greeting.(1 мин)

Good morning, boys and girls! I’m glad to see you.


How are you?

Who is on duty?


1. Look at the interactive board! / there is picture with national emblem, map, Niagara Falls, sights of Canada /

2. Now I am going to describe a country. You are to guess it. This country is a member of the Commonwealth. It has mountains, high plains and low plains. It has several climatic regions. The people living in that country are fond of baseball, football, volley-ball, ice-hockey, tennis and other games.

Could you tell me what the theme of our lesson is? Why do you think so?

3. Сообщение целей.(1 мин)

Today I’m going to speak about Canada. You should listen to me attentively to get more information about this country. You’ll learn about their culture and traditions. You should use this information to tell us about these countries. You‘ll also work in pairs, in groups with cards.


4. Let’s divides in small groups. Choose one of the following picture: Niagara Falls, Banff National Park, Toronto Zoo, Wood Buffalo Park


5. Phonetic drill.(4 мин) At first, we’ll train some words and phrases which will help you to understand the lecture and you’ll be able to use them when you tell about the countries.

Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Ottawa, Canberra, Wellington, Commonwealth, the Mackenzie, the Yukon, the St. Lawrence River, Vancouver, Montreal, Halifax, the Governor-General, Quebec 





Good morning, teacher!

Fine, thanks! etc.

I’m. Today is the 10th of March. …



Pupils answers










Pupils choose a picture and sit in four small groups



Pupils repeat after the teacher


II. Basic part of lesson

  1. Pupils work in groups. Each group read one part of text and does the task.

Canada is the second largest country in the world. Only Russia has a greater land area. Canada is situated on the north of Northern America, washed by the Atlantic Ocean in the east, the Pacific Ocean in the west, and the Atlantic Ocean in the North and in the north-east by the Baffin Bay and the Davis Strait. It is a federation of 10 provinces and 3 territories. Every province and every territory has its own national symbol. The National Flag of Canada is known as the Maple Leaf. It is red flag with a white square in its center and 11-pointed, red maple leaf (1 group)

Ottawa is the national capital and an emerging center of high-technology research.  Its population is about 880,000 people .

Ontario is known as Canada’s Heartland. The population of province is about 12,800,000 people. Toronto is the largest city and the capital of Ontario. Ontario produces more than half of Canada’s manufactured goods. Quebec is Canada’s largest province. Population: 7,700,000 people. The capital is Quebec City.  But Montreal is the largest city of the province. (2 group)

Alberta is Canada's Prairie Provinces. Population: 3,474,000 people. The capital city is Edmonton. Calgary is a major distribution and transportation hub and one of Canada's major commerce centers.

Canada’s territories take up more than a third of area. But they have a very small population and a very cold weather. The population Yukon is about 31,000 people, the capital is Whitehorse. Northwest Territories with capital Yellowknife has the population of about 42,000 people. (3 group)

Niagara Falls is a set of massive waterfalls located on the Niagara River, straddling the international border separating the Canadian province of Ontario and the U.S. state of New York. The falls are located 27 km north-northwest of Buffalo, New York, 120 km south-southeast of Toronto, Ontario, between the twin cities of Niagara Falls, Ontario, and Niagara Falls, New York.

Animals of Canada are similar to those of Northern Europe and Asia. Among the carnivores are the ermine sable, wolverine, coyote, the black bear, wolf, fox and skunk. The polar bear is distributed to Arctic, the puma is found in BC .

Plant life varies with land type and climate. Such trees as sugar maple, beach, coniferous trees, hemlock, yellow, red and white pine grow here leaf (4 group)

2.Compare two countries: Canada and Kazakhstan



Geographical position


It’s  famous for













3. Match the two parts of the sentences /one group one sentence/


1. Canada is …

2. Toronto and Montreal are…

3. The population of Canada is…

4. The symbol of Canada is…



…about 28 million people.

… the second largest country in the world.

…the largest cities of the country.

…the maple.


4. Listening the text «Canada» and Choose the correct variant

  1. Canada is the… country in the world

a) Largest

b) Fifth largest

c) Second largest

d) Third largest

2. …poetically is called “Our Lady of the Snow”

a) M. Twain

b) O. Henry

c) M. Lawrence

d) R. Kipling

3. The city with the largest population in Canada is…

a) Montreal

b) Toronto

c) Ottawa

d) Vancouver

4. There are … provinces and three territories in Canada

a) 50

b) 12

c) 10

d) 8

5. The largest Canadian province is…

a) Ontario

b) Manitoba

c) Alberta

d) Quebec

6. Canadian animal symbol is …

a) bear

b) beaver

c) fox

d) wolf

7. Canada is …

a) a federal republic

b) a parliamentary republic

c) a monarchy

d) an independent constitutional monarchy

8. Canada became independent from Britain in…

a) 1759

b) 1867

c) 1776

d) 1931

9. In 1603 … began the settlement which was named Quebec.

a) Samuel de Champlain

b) Jacques Cartier

c) James Cook

d) Abel Tasman

10. The … is the national emblem of Canada.

a) birch

b) maple leaf

c) rose

d) daffodil

Answers:1c 2d 3b 4c5d 6b 7d 8d 9a 10




Pupils work in groups. They read, translate and make posters and presentations.

 Then one or two speakers of each group retells their part of text to class using their presentations.































Pupils work in groups. They compare two countries. Then the speaker stays at group and present their work, other members of group go to each table and listen the ideas of other groups.


Pupils write in the copybooks all sentences.











Pupils listen to the text and answer the questions










III. Conclusion.





1. It’s time to finish our lesson. As for me, I think we have done all what we were going to do. Could you tell me what you have learned and done today?



I knew about Canada

I have learnt from this lesson….

I want to know….








3.I’m going to give marks.

Mark 5 to…

Mark 4 to…

4. Home work

To speak about Canada


We have got a lot of information about Canada.

We have learned about their culture and traditions.

We have told about these countries.

We have done the quiz. And let’s make a conclusion in a association card


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