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Lesson plan (10 grade)

The theme of the lesson: CANADA

Aims:

1. To enrich students knowledge on the theme2. To develop student’s skills in oral speech; to develop student’s writing, reading and speaking abilities through giving several tasks; to improve their mental and critical thinking.

3. To bring up students to respect and love foreign language.


Procedure of the lesson

I. Greeting

II. Warming up “Associations”

Last lesson we spoke about Kazakhstan. Today we are going to talk about Canada. Tell me your associations.

III. Pre-watching task

  • What is the capital of Canada?

  • What are the main cities and towns in Canada?

  • Where is Canada situated?

IV. Look at the new words on the board. Translate them.

resource-

a technologically –

self-governing dominion-

slightly-

manufacture-

commerce-

temperate-

subarctic-

affluent-


V. Read the text and be ready to do some exercises about the text.

Canada

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 Arctic Ocean in the north and in the northeast by the Baffin Bay and the Davis Strait, which separate it from Greenland. In the south and in the north Canada borders on the USA. It is a land of vast distances and rich natural resources. Canada became a self-governing dominion in 1867 while retaining ties to the British crown. Canada's territory is the world's second largest country, surpassed in size only by Russia. It includes many islands, notably the Canadian Arctic Islands, also called Arctic Archipelago in the Arctic Ocean. Economically and technologically the nation has developed in parallel with the US, its neighbour to the south. The total area is about 10 million sq km. Canada is slightly larger than the US. It is an important manufacturer, and its major cities, such as Toronto, Montreal, Vancouver, Ottawa, Edmonton, Calgary and Winnipeg are centres of commerce and industry.

The climate of Canada varies from temperate in the south to subarctic and arctic in the north. The highest Canadian point is Mount Logan 5,959 m. The population of Canada is about 32 million people. There are two state languages: English and French. English is spoken by 60 % of population; French is spoken by 23 % of people. The name Canada is derived from an Iroquoian term meaning «village».

Among the great rivers of Canada there are the Saint Lawrence River, draining the Great Lakes and emptying into the Gulf of Saint Lawrence; the Ottawa and the Saguenay rivers, the principal affluents of the Saint Lawrence River; the Saint John River, emptying into the Bay of Fundy.

VI. PHRASE MATCH

Match the following phrases from the article

1.

the Great

a.

River

2

32 million

b.

Logan 5,959 m

3.

The highest Canadian

c.

Ocean

4.

Mount

d.

Lakes

5.

the Saint Lawrence

e.

people

6.

the Pacific

f.

point

7.

the Canadian

g.

Archipelago

8.

Arctic

h.

Arctic Islands



























VII. LISTENING GAP FILL

Canada is situated ……………………………………, washed by the Atlantic Ocean in the east, the Pacific Ocean in the west, and the Arctic Ocean in the north and in the northeast by the Baffin Bay and the Davis Strait, which separate it from Greenland, In the south and in the north Canada borders on the USA. It is…………………………… and rich natural resources. Canada became ……………………………….. while retaining ties to the British crown. Canada's territory is the world's …………………………., surpassed in size only by Russia. It includes many islands, ………………………………………, also called Arctic Archipelago in the Arctic Ocean. …………………………………. the nation has developed in parallel with the US, its neighbour to the south. The total area is about ……………………………. . Canada is slightly larger than ………. . It is an important manufacturer, and its major cities, such as ………….., ……………. , …………….. , ……………., ……………., …………… and ………… are centres of commerce and industry.

………………….. varies from temperate in the south to subarctic and arctic in the north. The highest Canadian point is ……………………………. . The population of Canada is about ……………………….. There are two state languages: ………… and ……….. . English is spoken by 60 % of population; French is spoken by 23 % of people. The name Canada is derived from an Iroquoian term meaning ……………. .

Among the great rivers of Canada there are ………………… , draining the Great Lakes and emptying into the Gulf of Saint Lawrence; t………………………… , the principal affluents of the Saint Lawrence River; …………………………… , emptying into the Bay of Fundy.


VIII. CHOOSE THE CORRECT WORD

Delete the wrong word in each of the pairs in italics.



Canada is situated on the earth/north of Northern America, washed by the Atlantic Ocean in the east, the Pacific Ocean in the west, and the Arctic Sea/Ocean in the north and in the northeast by the Baffin Bay and the Davis Strait, which separate it from Greenland, In the south and in the north Canada borders on the USA/UK. It is a land of vast distances and rich natural/nature resources. Canada became a self-governing dominion in 1876/1867 while retaining ties to the British crown. Canada's territory is the world's second/third largest country, surpassed in size only by Russia. It includes many islands, notably the Canadian Arctic Islands, also called Arctic Archipelago in the Arctic Sea/Ocean. Economically and technologically the nation has developed in parallel with the US, its neighbour to the north/south. The total area is about 10/11 million sq km. Canada is slightly larger/largest than the US. It is an important manufacturer, and its major cities, such as Toronto, Montreal, Vancouver, Ottawa, Edmonton, Calgary and Winnipeg are/is centres of commerce and industry.

The climate of Canada varies from temperate in the south to tropic/subarctic and arctic in the north. The highest Canadian point is Mount Logan 5,959 m. The population/area of Canada is about 32 million people. There are two state languages: English and French. French/English is spoken by 60 % of population; French is spoken by 23 % of people. The name Canada is derived from an Iroquoian term meaning “village”/«city».


IX. SPELLING

These jumbled words are from the text. Spell them correctly.

Paragraph 1

1.

rich natural ersorusce

2.

the world's dosnec largest country

3.

Arctic lgAperchiao

4.

Economically and lacytolecoghnil


Paragraph 2

5.

The climate of danaCa

6.

The steihgh Canadian point

7.

32 llimion people

8.

English and nhFerc


Paragraph 3

9.

the Saint ecnerwaL River

10.

the taGer Lakes

11.

the Saint John reRvi

12.

the Bay of dyFnu



X. PUT THE TEXT BACK TOGETHER

Number these lines in the correct order.


(    )

Canada became a self-governing dominion in 1867 while retaining ties to the British crown.

(    )

Canada is slightly larger than the US.

(    )

In the south and in the north Canada borders on the USA.

(    )

Canada's territory is the world's second largest country, surpassed in size only by Russia.

(    )

It is a land of vast distances and rich natural resources

(  1  )

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 Arctic Ocean in the north and in the northeast by the Baffin Bay and the Davis Strait, which separate it from Greenland.

(    )

It is an important manufacturer, and its major cities, such as Toronto, Montreal, Vancouver, Ottawa, Edmonton, Calgary and Winnipeg are centres of commerce and industry.

(    )

Economically and technologically the nation has developed in parallel with the US, its neighbour to the south.

(    )

The total area is about 10 million sq km.

(    )

The highest Canadian point is Mount Logan 5,959 m.

(  )

The climate of Canada varies from temperate in the south to subarctic and arctic in the north.

(    )

The population of Canada is about 32 million people.

( )

The name Canada is derived from an Iroquoian term meaning «village».



XI. SCRAMBLED SENTENCES

With your partner, put the words back into the correct order.

1.

Canada The about population of million is 32 people.

2.

10 million The area total about is sq km.

3.

is Canada than US larger the slightly.

4.

The Canada meaning name is from derived an Iroquoian «village» term.

5.

The Canadian Mount highest point 5,959 m is Logan


XII. CANADA DISCUSSION


QUESTIONS

1.

What is the capital of Canada?

2.

Where is Ottawa situated?

3.

What are the main cities and towns in Canada?

4.

What is the major industrial centre of the country?

5.

___________________________________________________





















XIII. Conclusion, reflection

  • What was the most useful thing you learnt during the lesson?

Homework: Write an essay about Canada .



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