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Berdyansk Municipal Lyceum /Husieva Svitlana Oleksandrivna/ English Teacher of the Highest Degree/FORM 7/ LEVEL B1 (Course book Prime Time 2/ Level B1)

AROUND THE WORLD

PLAN
1. Speech Drill: A Poem: What is this Life
2. Vocabulary: Word Families: Countries, Capitals and Cities
3. Interaction: Pair Work: World Weather
4. Role Play: Views of Britain
5. Role Play: Sue goes to Spain.
6. Discussion: Sue’s Journey (Grammar: Future Simple)
7. Role Play: Living in Madrid
8. Role Play: At a Travel Agency
9. Role Play: A Day at the Seaside
10. Project Presentation: Berdyansk and its Environment
11. Reading a Poem: What Have They Done to the World
12. Food for Thought
13. Vocabulary: Word Families: Continents
Explanation of Meaning: Jobs
14. Reading and Comprehension: An Expedition to Save the Planet.
15. Grammar: First Conditionals
16. Project Presentation: What a Wonderful World!
17. Listening: A Song: What a Wonderful World!
18. Project Presentation: Save the Environment
19. Project Presentation: Looking for a Treasure

The topic today is called WHAT A WONDERFUL WORLD.

How can we enjoy the beauty of it?
We should keep our eyes open!
Let’s start with a popular English poem written by Davies. It’s called Leisure.

What is this life if, full of care,
We have no time to stand and stare!

No time to stand beneath the boughs,
And stare as long as sheep and cows.

No time to see, when woods we pass,
Where squirrels hide their nuts in grass.

No time to see, in broad daylight,
Streams full of stars, like skies at night.

No time to turn at Beauty’s glance,
And watch her feet, how they can dance.

No time to wait till her mouth can
Enrich that smile her eyes began.

A poor life this is if, full of care,
We have no time to stand and stare!
W. H. Davies (1871-1940)

And when can people see more of the beauty of the world?
S: When they are free and when they travel.
T: So the lesson today is devoted to travelling and studying the world.
And another motto is an Indian proverb. The frog does not drink up the pond in which he lives. People shouldn’t do any harm to our planet. We shouldn’t destroy the Earth. We should protect the environment. We will set out on a very important expedition around the world to save the planet.
We will visit every continent except Antarctica so now we should find out about the weather in different places of the world tomorrow.

What’s the weather like today? - It’s warm, sunny but windy.

Practise saying the names of the cities after me:

Athens
Berlin
Bombay
Edinburgh
Geneva
Hong Kong
Lisbon
London
Los Angeles
Luxor
Milan
Moscow
Oslo

Now look at the names of the countries. Do you know where those cities are?
Say, for example, Athens is the capital of Greece.
Hong Kong is a city in China.

Norway
Italy
The USA
Russia
Egypt
Portugal
The UK
Germany
Scotland
China
Switzerland
India

Berlin is the capital of Germany.
Bombay is a city in India.
Edinburgh is the capital of Scotland.
Geneva is a city in Switzerland.
Lisbon is the capital of Portugal.
London is the capital of the UK.
Los Angeles is a city in the USA.
Luxor is a city in Egypt.
Milan is a city in Italy.
Moscow is the capital of Russia.
Oslo is the capital of Norway.

Now stand up. You are given a card.
Find your partner with the same letter. For example, Person A1 should find Person A2 and so on.
We’ve got pairs. Ask each other questions about the weather in different places of the world tomorrow like this:

P1: What will the weather be like in Athens tomorrow?
P2: It will be sunny and warm. 8 degrees Celsius.

Now work in pairs.

Well done. People certainly have to get used to different weather patterns while traveling to other countries but they also find lots of other differences in the way people live. That is called Culture Shock. This is how foreigners find living in Britain.
Artem and Lisa, you are welcome.

Well, it would be a very sad world if everything was the same. So when you are on a visit to another country, try to enjoy the differences! Don’t let culture shock spoil your stay there. That’s a good piece of advice for Sue because she is going to Spain.
Nastya, Paul and Dasha, you are welcome.
Now answer my questions.
Which country will Sue go to?
S: She’ll go to Spain.
T: How does Sue feel?
S: She’s excited.
T: Who will Sue stay with?
S: She’ll stay with Carmen.
T: Who’s Carmen?
S: She’s Sue’s penfriend.
T: Now look at the map of Europe. Is Spain far from Britain?
S: No, it isn’t.
T: How many countries are there between The UK and Spain?
S: There’s France only.
T: How will Sue go to Spain?
S: She’ll go by plane.
T: Now let’s describe the whole journey. I mean she’ll leave her house and…
S:
T: Will Sue stay in Madrid?
S: No, she won’t. She’ll stay at Carmen’s uncle’s house in the country.
T: What will Sue do in Spain?
S: She’ll go swimming in the sea. She’ll sunbathe on the beach. She’ll have a great time.
T: Will she go sailing?
S: Yes, she will. She’ll hire a boat and go sailing.
T: Will Sue go to Madrid for a day? I’m sure she certainly will. If so, what will Sue do?
S: She will see many beautiful buildings.
S: She will eat Spanish food. Paela and the like.
She will dance Flamenco and she will watch Corrida.
She will read about Don Quixote and Carmen.
Sue will certainly visit the Royal Palace and she would like to meet the Royal Family.
Carmen will take Sue to Barcelona, another wonderful city and Sue will see the famous cathedral Sagrada Familia, which is the symbol of Barcelona.
T: Sue will also see an interesting interview on TV with a teacher from Britain who has been working in Madrid for 8 years.
Lyonya and Tanya, you are welcome.
That’s our visit to Spain.
Now Sergey is at a travel agency. He’s asking questions about a holiday in Greece.
Sergey and Nastya, you are welcome.

Terry and Jackie aren’t going to another country. They are going to spend a day at the seaside.
Kostya and Nastya, you are welcome.

We needn’t take a train to go to the seaside as we live on the coast of the Sea of Asov. Now it’s time to present your projects devoted to Berdyansk.
Nastya, you are welcome.
Sergey, you are welcome.
We live in a wonderful place. You’ve seen the views of Berdyansk. And the country we live in is wonderful. My favourite destinations in Ukraine are Kiev, Yalta, Odessa, which are really beautiful. As for the western part of Ukraine, Lviv is marvellous being ancient and possessing a Catholic culture. It’s surrounded by the beautiful blue mountains, part of the Carpathians with their forests, lakes, waterfalls and medieval castles and fortresses. Have you been to all those places yet?
S: Yes, I have. To some of them.
T: Do you agree that we should take care of the world we live in if we want to enjoy its beauty? But people are doing terrible things to the environment. Now let’s read the poem.

What Have They Done to the World

What have they done to the seas, my friend?
What have they done to the seas?
What have they done to the rivers, my friend?
What have they done to the trees?

Well, they’ve turned all the seas into mud, my friend,
And they’ve killed all the fish in those seas.
And they’ve poured out their oil and their waste, my friend,
Because they think they can do as they please.

They’ve built their cities
And they’ve made their roads
And they’ll test their bombs
Till the world explodes
Into millions of little pieces.

What have they done to our land, my friend?
The land which is ours from our birth.
What have they done to our forests, my friend?
What have they done to the earth?

Well, they’ve turned our land to a desert, my friend,
A desert of concrete and stone,
And they’ve done this for profit and gain, my friend,
Till they’ve ruined the earth that we own.

What have they done to the skies, my friend?
The skies that are blue and so clear.
What have they done to the skies, my friend?
What have they done to the air?

Well, they’ve poured out their smoke and their fumes, my friend,
Till you can’t see the sun in the sky.
And they’ve poisoned the air that we breathe, my friend,
Till you cough, till you choke, till you die.

Read the lines of the poem which show harmful effects of civilization on nature.

Well, they’ve turned all the seas into mud, my friend,
And they’ve killed all the fish in those seas.
And they’ve poured out their oil and their waste, my friend,
Because they think they can do as they please.

They’ve built their cities
And they’ve made their roads
And they’ll test their bombs
Till the world explodes
Into millions of little pieces.

Well, they’ve turned our land to a desert, my friend,
A desert of concrete and stone,
And they’ve done this for profit and gain, my friend,
Till they’ve ruined the earth that we own.

Well, they’ve poured out their smoke and their fumes, my friend,
Till you can’t see the sun in the sky.
And they’ve poisoned the air that we breathe, my friend,
Till you cough, till you choke, till you die.

Look at this!
The earth does not belong to man, man belongs to the earth. All things are connected.
Whatever befalls the earth befalls the sons of the earth. Man did not weave the web of life, he is merely a strand in it. Whatever he does to the web, he does to himself.

Let’s look again at the Indian proverb:
The frog does not drink up the pond in which he lives.
What does that mean?
People shouldn’t do any harm to our planet. We shouldn’t destroy our planet. We should protect the environment. Now we will set out on a very important expedition around the world to save the planet. We will visit every continent except Antarctica.
What are the seven continents?
S: The seven continents are Europe, Asia, Africa, Australia, North America, South America and Antarctica.
T: What are the four oceans?
S: The four oceans are the Atlantic Ocean, the Pacific Ocean, the Indian Ocean and the Arctic Ocean.
T: For the expedition we’ll need a team. There must be a scientist, a mechanic, a photographer, a driver and a doctor. So what does the word team mean?
S: It means a group of people, for example, a football team, a basketball team and so on.
T: Look at this! There’s a new word. A vehicle. So what does the word vehicle mean?
S: It means a kind of transport, a means of transport.
T: Now jobs. What does each person do in his job? Match a line in A with a line in B.

A B
A scientist mends vehicles.
A mechanic cures people.
A photographer drives vehicles.
A doctor studies things.
A driver takes photographs.

Now open your student’s books on Page 38. The text for Reading is called An Expedition to Save the Planet. What do you think the text is about?
S: It’s about the expedition to save the planet.
T: Now match the words in Exercise 1a to the correct paragraphs.

S: The word Expedition is in Paragraph 1.
S: The word Continent is in Paragraph 2.
S: The word Team is in Paragraph 3.
S: The word Vehicle is in Paragraph 4.
S: The word the Earth is in Paragraph 5.

Read and listen to the text.

Look at the world map again. We can see the route of the expedition on the map. Look at the map and read Paragraph 2 again.

Now let’s answer the questions in Exercise 3.

Now let’s revise grammar. First Conditionals. Look at this.

If Terry stands up in a boat, he will fall in the water.

We use Present Simple after if and Future Simple in the main clause.
Give me some other examples of sentences with the First Conditionals.

Now look at Exercise 6e.Your task is to fill in the gaps with the First Conditionals.

Let’s check up.Good job! Well done! You’ve been great, my dear friends!
Now write down your hometasks.

Learn the interview with Mark Hiley by heart.
Do Exercises 7, 8 on Page 39 SB.

To finish the lesson, let’s sing a beautiful song.

WHAT A WONDERFUL WORLD
By Louis Armstrong

I see trees of green
Red roses too
I see them bloom for me and for you
And I think to myself
WHAT A WONDERFUL WORLD.
I see skies of blue
And clouds of white,
The beautiful day
And the beautiful night,
And I think to myself
WHAT A WONDERFUL WORLD.
The colours of the rainbow
So pretty in the sky
Are also on the faces
Of the people going by.
I see friends shaking hands
Saying How do you do?
They are really saying
I love you.
I hear babies cry.
I watch them grow.
They learn much more
Than they ever know
And I think to myself
WHAT A WONDERFUL WORLD.
Yes, I think to myself
WHAT A WONDERFUL WORLD.

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