The theme: Mount Everest

The theme: Mount Everest

The book: Move Ahead

The objectives:        a) educational

  • to introduce the students with the Mount Everest & who reached the top.
  • to educate the feeling of love towards the nature & our Motherland.
  • to enrich their vocabulary.


  1.  b) developing
  • to develop thinking, understanding & memory.
  • to enlarge country studying knowledge & practice.
  • to express their point of view.
  • to improve students’ study skills.


  1. c) bringing up
  • to arise students’ interest to the subject.


SWBAT             • see video, listen & understand

  • speak about the Mount Everest & people
  • speak with the help of matrix, comparing the Mount

Everest & Khan Tengri

with the help of diagram of Vienna

  • express their feelings with “Thank Vain”


The methods: Team teaching & critical thinking.


The materials: photos, pictures, videos & interactive board.


The study skills: L.W.R.S.


The connection between subjects: Kazakh, Russian, Geography &









Organization moment.

  • Nice to see you, students!
  • Nice to see you, too!
  • Who is missing?
  • … is(are) missing. Nobody is missing. (All are present)
  • What month is it now?
  • It is November.
  • What month will be after November?
  • It will be December.
  • What kind of holiday are we going to celebrate soon?
  • We are going to celebrate the Day of Independence.

           Checking up the home task.

  • What was your home work?
  • Our home works were exercises 1, 2 on page 23, from Work book.
  • Before checking up the exercises let’s review the Gerund.

What is Gerund ?

Student 1.

Name the verbs which are followed by – ing form (Gerund)

Student 2.

Now  exercise 1                                     Students 1, 2

exercise 2                                     Students 3, 4


Many wonderful things to hear, to see

Belong to you, belong to me!

The sun, the trees, the grass, the sky

The yellow moon that’s passing by.


The blowing winds, the birds that sing

Bright autumn woods, gay flowers of spring,

The cold long winter with snow white,

The running rivers, the stars of night.

 Mount Everest

  • Have you heard about the Mount Everest?
  • Yes, we have.(No we haven’t)
  • What do you know about it?
  • We know that the Mount Everest is the highest mountain.
  • Right you are.
  • S 1, write down, please.
  • What do you want to know about the Mount Everest?
  • We want to know about the people who climb (reach) the top of it?
  • S 2, put down, please.


Before reading listen to the pronunciation of these names:

Mount Everest

Sir Edmund Hillary



The Himalayas

Tenzing Norgay





    We know


     We want to know


    We have known




  • Now let’s work with the text Mount Everest from the Students Book on page 40.


Reading: Exercise 2, page 40


Student 1 (Reading)

Student 2 (Reading)

Student 3 (Writing)

  • So, let’s try to retell using the signal system!



In the H.

On the b. of N. & T.






The h.m.                          Everest                     G.E. (a B.s.g.of I)

in the w.





The N. (Sagarmatha)                         The T. (Chomolungma)












The first person to reach the top without oxygen.


The first person to complete a solo climb.


The oldest person to reach the top.


The youngest person to reach the top.









The first person to reach the top without oxygen.


The first person to complete a solo climb.


The oldest person to reach the top.


The youngest person to reach the top.



Reinhold Messner (Austria)




Reinhold Messner (Austria)




Leb Sarkisov(Georgia)

60 year & 169 days



Temba Tsheri (Nepal)

15 year












May 21st, 1999




May 2001



Then do exercise 4 on page 40 (orally).

Student 1

Student 2





You’ve got information about the Mount Everest.

-What about mountains in Kazakhstan?

— What is the highest mountain in Kazakhstan?



Let’s say a few words about it.

Student 1

Student 2







             Khan Tengri                                  Everest

  •                       •



  •    •













           Khan Tengri                               Everest

  • In the Tien Shan                                       •  In the Himalayas


  • On the border of                                        • On the border of

Kazakhstan & Kyrgystan                                          Nepal & Tibet

  • 7010 m.                                                        •  8850m.


  • Lord of Heaven                                          •  Sagarmatha












You’ve got one more information. Pay attention to the text “ Mallory’s body found on Everest ” from the Student’s Book.


Student 1  (Reading)

Student 2  (Reading)

Student  3 (Reading)

Student  4 (Reading)

Student  5 (Reading)


Then do exercise 2, on page 24, from the Work Book.


Thank Vain




              Khan Tengri                                          Everest

  1. Noun 1. Noun


  1. Synonym    2. Synonym                                         


  1. Verbs  3. Verbs


  1. Adjectives          4. Adjectives


  1. Proverbs              5.  Proverbs   




Thank Vain




           Khan Tengri                                           Everest

  1. Mountain             1. Peak


  1. Top, pinnacle        2. Summit, height


  1. Is situated, reach, measure 3. Is located, border, climb


  1. Beautiful, high, white, up 4. Wonderful, big, blue, tall


  1. Mountains are used to snow. 5. Climb mountains to see lowlands



Home work


Your home work will be: topics Mount Everest & Khan Tengri

exercise 3, on page 24, from Work Book

poem (learning by heart & literary translation

into Kazakh & Russian)

You were active & your marks:


“I am a citizen not of Aphens or Greece, but of the world ”






See you on Thursday!!!