Коллеги, Колесень Елена Николаевна, учитель английского языка высшей квалификационной категории из г.п. Кривичи Мядельского района Минской области прислала интересные материалы для 11 класса по теме «Tourism».
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Делюсь материалом к уроку в 11 классе по теме «Туризм». Буду рада, если кому-то пригодится.
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Фрагмент урока в 11 классе по теме «Туризм: виды туризма»
с использованием видеоматериала
I. Warming—up. Hello, guys! Do you like to travel as much as I do? Once, my American friend, a Geography teacher, asked me if I knew the difference between the meanings of two words “a tourist” and “a traveller”. Let’s see if you can explain it. Join the two parts of the definitions:
| lives with, visits and enjoys the same sights and sounds of the local people; sees the homes, churches, schools, neighbourhoods and the life of the people of a place.
|sees the sights and scenery of a country with many other people from their home country; this is often seen through the window of a bus.
Right you are. And my friend is a great traveller because he travels to different countries and enjoys staying with families, talking to people, learning about the way of life. He has been to Belarus three times and the thing he likes here most is people.
What about you, would you like to be a tourist or a traveller in the future?
II. Setting the scene.
- Look at the pictures in your books (ex.1p.210). What do they have in common? Right you are! They show different types of tourism. We usually speak about two main types of tourism. Can you unscramble these two words written on the board? (domestic and international). Do you understand the difference?
- But what is tourism? Try to find the definition in ex. 2 p.210.
(It’s the act of leaving and then returning to the original starting point).
- This time look at the picture which shows the soldiers in a foreign country. Are they tourists? (They have left their country and will return home later).
- Well, we have a problem to solve: what act of movement can be called “tourism”.
III. Problem solving.
While watching this short video, try to point out three components that make up “tourism”. (Students are given the cards with the scheme to fill in).
(You have to travel to some place.) (You should do something enjoyable.)
( You should do and learn something new.)
- We can answer the question about the soldiers now. Why can’t we call them tourists?
III. What types of tourism do you know? ( reading activity)