Задачи: развитие навыков говорения, аудирования, в процессе творческого общения учеников друг с другом и учителем на основе изучаемой темы. Расширение кругозора по теме. Повторить пройденный учебный материал в неформальной обстановке при помощи конкурсов.
Оборудование: фотографии (фотоальбомы), слайды, аудиокассеты, карта мира, карта Москвы, карточки со словами.
Moscow, 1 is the Day of Moscow.
It's a big city festival which takes place every year on the first Saturday in September.
Last year was special - Moscow celebrated its ...th anniversary!
What anniversary did Moscow celebrate?
Guess what world capitals had sent their greetings to Moscow.
Fill in the blanks with appropriate letters. See drawing 1.
There are a lot of monuments in Moscow. Let's match the pictures with their descriptions and say who the monuments are to. See drawing 2.
1). The work of the sculptor Alexander Mikhailovich Opekushin is situated in front of
the "Pushkinsky'' cinema,there are fountains behind it.
2). The work of Nikolai Andreevich Andreev, Russian sculptor and painter, is situated in front of the Maly Theatre.
3). The work of Nikolai Vasilievich Tomski is situated in of the Moscow University on the Vorobyev Hills.
4).The work of Sergei Vladimirovich Orlov and several other sculptors, the bronze statue is 14 metres high, is situated opposite the Mossovet building.
5).The work of the sculptor Sergei Mikhailovich Volnukhin,a member and lecturer of the
Petersburg Academy of Arts; a bronze stone pedestal with the words ''The Printer of books till then unknown''. Moscow quiz. Where can we see these treasures? See drawing 3. Which of these is the tallest? See drawing 4.
3. Who was the first Russian tsar to be crowned in the Uspensky cathedral in Moscow? See drawing 5.
4. What is the biggest square in Moscow? See drawing 6.
5. Where are these monuments? See drawing 7.
a).The largest stadium in Moscow.
b).The most famous street in Moscow
c).Yury Dolgorukiy, what was he?
d).The name of the famous Moscow theatre where Vladimir Vysotskiy worked.
e).The place where Yury Nikulin worked.
f).The first Russian tsar, who was to be crowned in the Uspensky cathedral in Moscow.
g).The place where you can see the treasures of Russian tsars.
Make an advertisment. Make a sinquane.
Let's sing a song about Moscow. I hope you know a lot of songs about our capital but I think the most famous one is ''Moscow suburb nights''.
Not a rustling leaf, not a bird in flight
In the sleepy grove until dawn.
How I love these nights, Moscow suburb nights,
The caress of the waking sun.
The calm riling stream seems to ebb and flow
Like a silver web of moonlight,
In my heart I hear singing come and go
On this wonderful summer night.
Why this downcast look? Does the rising day
Bring us near the hour when we part?
It's as hard to keep as to give away
All that presses upon my heart.
Dawn is nigh, and pale grow the amber lights.
Let me hope, my dear, that you too
Will remember these Moscow suburb nights
And our love that has been so true.
Let’s read this text.
Moscow’s places of Interest
Moscow is the capital of the Russian Federation. It attracts from all over the world.
Moscow is known for its beautiful old cathedrals, churches, monasteries. Some of them date from the 15th to the 17th centuries. Before the revolution of 1917 Moscow had 350 churches, but many of them were destroyed after the revolution.
Moscow is also noted for its art museums. The most popular of them are the Tretyakov Gallery and the Pushkin Museum of Fine arts. The Tretyakov Gallery houses a unique collection off Russian painters. Almost all famous Russian painters are represented there.
The Pushkin Museum of Fine arts contains a vast collection of antiques and a well-known collection of modern foreign painters including Impressionists.
The oldest part of Moscow is the Kremlin. This is the main tourist attraction in Moscow. The Kremlin stands at the heart of the city. The word “Kremlin” means “fortress”, and the Moscow Kremlin used to be a fortress. In 1156a small settlement of Moscow was surrounded with a wooden wall, and became a Kremlin. The town and the Kremlin were durnt in 1237 and 1293 during Tatar invasion, but they were rebuilt. In 1367 Prince Dmitry Donskoy built a white-stone wall around the Kremlin. In the 15th century, by order of Tsar Ivan III the Kremlin was surrounded a new redbrick wall.
Twenty towers of the Kremlin wall were constructed in the end of the 17th century. By that time Moscow had already ceased to be a fortress. The towers were built for decoration and had no military significance. Five of the towers were gates. The Tainitskaya Tower had asecret passage to the Moskva River. The Spasskaya Tower is the symbol of Russia and Moscow. It has a famous clock; one can hear its chimes on the radio. The clock which can see today was installed in the middle of the 19th century.
В конце занятия ученикам было предложено составить синквейн. Вот победитель этого конкурса:
was, is, will be
I love you, my capital