The theme of the lesson: Travelling of every flags

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 The theme of the lesson:  Travelling of every flags

The aims:

 Educational:

Today we’re going to speak about main cities and  famous people«. You’ll  watch video and listen to your reports about famous people of  some countries.

 Developing:

 To develop pupils’ reading, speaking, writing skills through doing different tasks on the learnt material

Bringing-up:

To bring up pupils’ memory, love to the English language through different teaching methods

III. Visual aids Pictures cards slides.
IV. Type: Competition
V. Method: group work. Complex work. Question – answer.
Plan of the extra – curricular work.
I. Org moment:
II. Introduction:

  1. Smile to each other.

 Say «Good morning «to our guests and let’s begin our lesson

The  theme of our lesson is «Travelling of every flags «. Today we’re going to speak about people famous all over the world. We’ll, travel   the main countries like Kazakhstan, Russia, Great Briton  and theirs capitals 

 

Our lesson consist of two parts: the first part we are going to travel the main countries by airplane, the second part we’re going to speak about the them.

Taқтада  үш тілде жазылған сөйлемдер:No smoke, fasten your belt, «Travelling of every flags «.

Хабарланады:Ladies and Gentlemen!

Passengers are invited to take their seats on international flight London-Moscow-Astana-Ust Kamenogorsk.

Пассажирлер орындарына отырады. Капитан экипаж мүшелерін таныстырады.

Ladies and Gentlmen! I am Captain Arhat Toleuov and our cruse welcomes you on

Board of international flight company.

Our cruse consists of the first and second pilots, a board engineer, and airhostesses.

The first pilot represents the English company.

The second pilot represents the Russian company.

The board engineer is from Kazakh company.

Captain: We wish you a good flight and a pleasant journey.

 Airhostesses : Ladies and Gentleman!

We begin  our flight. My name is Altunai. I represent the English company. Take your

seats, please.

Do not move before the flying up and down. Fasten your belt, please. Have nice tripe.

The slogan of our flight is peace and friendship between all the peoples of the world. We all know the song «Солнечный круг»

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Airhostesses: We welcome you to London. It is one of the largest city in the world. About seven million people live here. London is more than two thousand  years old. London’s  famous sights are tower of Bridge, Big Ben, and the Houses of Parliament, Trafalgar Square an St.Pauls Cathedral. You will see all these places and much more of London

From our red double  -decker. We start from Trafalgar Square. I will tell you about the

Buckingham Palace. It is queens’ home  place in London. The houses of Parliament

Are of the British Government Big Ben is one of the most famous clocks in the world. The Royal Church is the  Westminster Abbey. Thank you and nice travel to you

Dialogue with two passengers

-Hello ! My name is Jonathan Kangas

-Where do you come  from?- I come from Dundee on  the east coast of Scotland, but

-I am a student of Durham university in the North.

-What Do you study ?-I am studying French and German.

-How  many language do you speak ? I can speak four languages.

Are you enjoying the course? I am enjoying  the  course a lot, but  it is a very hard work.

-What are you going to do after the course ?-I am going to work in France

 Airhostesses : Ladies and Gentleman!

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 Famous People of Great Britain

There are many outstanding people in Great Britain. Britain produced statesmen, thinkers, explorers, musicians, writers, scientists and other people who are well known around the world.

Isaac Newton one of the greatest men in the history of science was born in a little village in the middle of the 17th century. He studded math at Cambridge University. Newton’s contribution to physics astronomy and math is so great that, he may be considered the founder of the mordent mathematics and physics. He discovered the law of motion and the universal law of gravitation. He studded the nature of light and color and came to the conclusion that white color consists of many different colors known as spectrum. He died when he was 84 and was burred at Westminster Abbey. Charles Darwin was born in the beginning of the 19th century. He was a great biologist. He created a new theory of evolution. Once there were only simple organisms living in the seas, hundreds millions of years they have developed to produce all the different kind animals and plants we knew today. Michael Faraday was born at the end of the 17th century. He was interested in electricity very much and spent long months studding this strange force. He discovered that electricity passed from the magnet to the wires and cowbell become a strong electric current. So he opened many laws of electricity and magnetism. Lord Rutherford the great pioneer of nuclear physics received the Nobel Prize in 1908 for his investigations into decay of elements chemistry of radiated substances. Alexander Fleming discovered penicillin in 1929.

I am airhostess. My name is Anel. I represent the Russian company. Take your seats, please

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                                                                       Moscow

Moscow is the capital of Russia, its political, economic, commercial and cultural centre. It was founded 8 centuries ago by Prince Yuri Dolgoruky. Historians have accepted the year of 1147 as the start of Moscow’s history.

Gradually the city became more and more powerful. In the 13th century Moscow was the centre of the straggle of Russian lands for the liberation from the tartar yoke. In the 16th century under Ivan the Terrible Moscow became the capital of the new united state. Though Peter the Great moved the capital to St Petersburg in 1712, Moscow remained the heart of Russia. That is why it became the main target of Napoleon’s attack. Three-quarters of the city was destroyed by fire during Napoleon’s occupation, but by the mid-19th century Moscow had been completely restored. After the October revolution Moscow became the capital again.

Now Moscow is one of the largest cities in Europe. Its total area is about nine hundred square kilometers (ancient Moscow occupied the territory of the present-day Kremlin). The population of the city is over 9 million.

Moscow is one of the most beautiful cities in the world. The heart of Moscow is Red Square. It has more historic associations than any other place in Moscow. The Kremlin and St Basil’s Cathedral (Vasily Blazheny) are masterpieces of ancient Russian architecture.

The main Kremlin tower, the Spasskaya Tower, has become the symbol of the country. On the territory of the Kremlin you can see old cathedrals, the Bell Tower of Ivan the Great, the Tzar-Cannon and the Tzar-Bell, the biggest cannon and bell in the world. St Basil’s Cathedral was built in the mid-16th century in memory of the victory over Kazan. There’s a legend that Ivan the Terrible blinded the architects Barma and Postnik, because he didn’t want them to create another masterpiece.

There are a lot of beautiful palaces, old mansions, cathedrals, churches and monuments in Moscow. Now Moscow is being reconstructed and we all hope that in a few years the city will become even more beautiful.

There are more than 100 museums in Moscow. The largest museums are the Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts and the State Tretyakov Gallery. Other unique museums in Moscow include the All-Russia Museum of Folk Arts, the Andrei Rublev Museum of Early Russian Art, Alexei Bakhrushin Theatre Museum, Mikhail Glinka Museum of Musical Culture and many others.

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                                                    Famous People of Russian                                        

The names of Russian scientists and writers, poets, composers and painters are world-famous-Pushkin, Lermontov, Chehov, Levitan. This chain can be endless. It is almost impossible to name a branch of science in the development of which the Russian scientists haven’t played the greatest role. Lomonosov, the founder of the Moscow University was an outstanding innovator both in the humanities and sciences. Mendeleev’s greatest discovery was the Periodic System of Elements. Popov invented radio. Sechenov and Pavlov were the world’s greatest physiologists. Russia is rightly called the mother of aviation and cosmonautics. Names of Tsiolkovsky, Korolov and Gagarin are symbols of new space era.

People in many countries admire paintings, portraits and landscapes Surikov, Levitan, Repin works of our Russian writers and poets are translated into many languages.

I want to tell about one of the greatest Russians. Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky, an outstanding Russian composer, was born in Votkinsk in 1840. He was fond of music since his early childhood. His mother sang him beautiful songs and taught him to play the piano. He graduated from the Petersburg Conservatoire only in 1866 because of his poor living conditions. He was the best pupil of Anton Rubinstein. When the Moscow Conservatoire was founded Pyotr Ilyich became a professor there.

He created wonderful music: 10 operas, 3 ballets, 6 symphonies, 7 large symphonic poems and many other musical pieces.

I am airhostess. My name is Aiim. I represent the Kazakh  company. Take your seats, please

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                                Astana

Astana (the former Akmola) was founded in 1830 as a fortification of Russian Empire. In 1862 stanitsa Ak-mola got the status of a town. In the course of time Akmola became the centre of trade fairs where merchants from all over Kazakhstan. Russia, Central Asia, India and other countries gathered to sell cattle and agricultural products. For a long time Akmola was an outpost of Russian Empire seeking the way to developed trade and its political influence upon Central Asia in XVIII-XIX centuries. With the growth of anti – tsarist and revolutionary public mood the Akmola prison became over crowed with those who wanted freedom. In March 1917 the Soviet Power was established in Akmola.

Many changes have taken place since then. Akmola played an important role in supplying the Soviet Army with raw materials and products during the Second World War. In 1961 Akmola was renamed into Tselinograd and became the centre of Tselinny Krai. In 1992 the city got its name Akmola again and since October 1997 Akmola has become a new capital of the Republic of Kazakhstan. Later on it got its present name Astana. Astana is a modern growing city, a political, financial, economic, scientific and socio-cultural centre of the state. There are a lot of magnificent beautiful buildings, higher educational establishments, colleges and secondary schools, hotels, banks and other commercial structures in Astana, the new capital of the Republic of Kazakhstan. There are many places of interest in Astana: the Central Square the Republic Avenue, the Palace of Youth and the Bridge across the Ishim River, the Reginal Museum of Fine Arts and others. From everywhere you can see Baiterek, the symbol of prosperity and happiness

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                                                    Famous People of Kazakhstan

Ibray Altynsarin was a famous Kazakh educator and teacher of the 19th century. He was born in 1841 in Torghai region. Altynsarin started a Cyrillic alphabet for the Kazakh language. He opened many Kazakh-Russian schools and schools for girls. He translated books and textbooks. He wrote the first Kazakh Grammar book. Altynsarin travelled a lot and visited many countries. He liked children and wrote poems for them. A lot of streets, institutes and schools are named after Altynsarin. There is an Altynsarin museum in Kostanay.
Abay Kunanbayev is a famous writer and poet.He was born in 1945in Abay region. Grandmother Zere told him tales and sang songs. He went to school in Semipalatinsk. Abay wrote many books and poems. His main book is The Book of Words. He translated Pushkin, Krylov and Lermontov into Kazakh. He lived a long life and did a lot for people. Many streets, squares, theatres are named after Abay. People in many countries know Abay and his works. There are monuments to Abay in many cities.

Toktar Aubakirov is the first Kazakh cosmonaut. He was born in 1946 in Karaganda. He studied at the Air Force Institute .In October 1991 he flew into space. There were two other cosmonauts with Toktar Aubakirov. They were Russian and Austrian cosmonauts. They left the Baikonur Cosmodrome and spent eight days in space. He likes to travel very much. He has friends in many countries. He has a wife and two children.

 2-part  Lets go a game

Divide the class  into three groups. 

 «Сіз сенесіз бе?» «Do you belief it?»    Бұл бөлімде үш елдің  көрнекті жерлері немесе танымал адамдары жөнінде мәлімет беріледі, тек үш топтың мақсаты дұрыс па бұрыс па жауап беру.

1-ші топтың сұрақтары:

1)Was Aleksandr Sergeevich Pushkin writer of  Russia (True or falls)

2)Is Abai Kunambaievs  square  situated in Ust-Kamenogorsk ? (True or falls)

3) Is square Аrbat situated in Russia ? (True or falls)

4.Is  Rosa Rumbaeva singer of Great Britain? (True or falls)              

5.Was  Shekspear famous person  of Russia? (True or falls)

6.Was  Abai Kunanbaev famous writer of Kazakhstan? (True or falls)

7.Is Trafalgar Square in Moscow? (True or falls)

  1. Is Toktar Aubakirov the first Russian cosmonaut? (True or falls)
  2. Was Thomas Alva Edison inventor?. (True or falls)

Let’s go a game «Кім жылдам?» «Who is Faster?»

Бұл бөлімде қағазға жапсырылған әріптерді ретімен қойып үш тілде сөз құрастыру тапсырылады.

For example: 1-топ Helicopter,вертолет,Тік ұшақ.

                   2-топ Plane, самолет,ұшақ.

                   3-топ Ship, корабль,кеме.

Find the end of the sentences

Moscow is the capital                                                of Russia,                                                              its political,                                        a new capital of the Republic of Kazakhstan

Akmola has become                            economic, commercial and cultural centre.

Toktar Aubakirov                                      in the Astana

The baitrerek is                                                       is the first Kazakh cosmonaut 

Result

Today we’ve talked about famous people of the world and  countries .

Can people do their life better, more interesting, healthier?

Did famous people do much to improve our life, to find cures for diseases, to make us happier?

Can you become famous in the world?

What must we do to become famous?

Must you learn well? — We must learn well, do our homework regularly.

Must you improve your knowledge in different fields? -We must be good at studying different subjects

Do you want to be like one of these persons?

Is it very important for you to be famous? Isn’t it more important to be just a good person, to love parents and our country?

Thank you for the lesson. Your marks…

Stand up. Say good by to each other, to our guests and you may be free.

See you tomorrow

Слямбекова  Жанар  Кадырбековна.

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