|Министерство образования и науки, молодёжи и спорта Украины
Лисичанский профессиональный горно-промышленный лицей
Урок по английскому языку
«Украина – наша Родина»
Разработала: Архипова Е.Б.
Тема: Украина – наша Родина.
Цель: повышать общую культуру учащихся, расширять их кругозор; познакомить с культурой, историей и традициями нашей страны; усовершенствовать речевые, интеллектуальные, познавательные способности; формировать позитивное отношение к культуре своего народа; воспитывать доброжелательность, толерантность.
Тип урока: комбинированный с применением интерактивных технологий.
Оборудование: мультимедийное оборудование, раздаточный материал (карта Украины, карточки с заданиями).
I. Подготовка к восприятию иноязычного говорения.
1. Сообщение темы и цели урока.
2. Введение в иноязычную среду.
(Сообщение учащегося об Украине)
Ukraine is situated in the south – eastern part of Europe. It occupies the territory of about 603700 square kilometers and administratively is divided into 24 regions, and the Crimean autonomous republic. The population of Ukraine is near 47 million people. The country is inhabited by the Ukrainians and representatives of more than 100 nationalities. Ukraine borders on Russia, Belarus, Poland, Moldova, Slovakia, Hungary, and Romania. It’s washed by the Black Sea and the Sea of Azov and has very important ports. The geographical position is very favourable for the development of its relations with countries of Europe.
Ukraine is a highly industrialized country whose economic potential is great. Ukraine has deposits of iron, manganese, coal, natural gas, oil and other mineral resources. The main branches of industry are: coal and ore mining, iron and steel engineering, machine and ship building.
Besides, Ukraine has always been an agrarian country.
Now Ukraine is the sovereign state. It is a member of the United Nations Organization since 1953 and participates in the work of many international organizations.
Учащиеся делятся на команды, выбирают капитана. За каждый правильный ответ команда получает часть фото. Необходимо собрать его и сказать несколько слов об изображённом на нём человеке.
II. Основная часть урока.
1. Who introduced Christianity as the official state religion in Kyivan Rus?
a) Princess Olha
b) Prince Yaroslav the Wise
c) Prince Volodymyr
d) Prince Oleh
In 988, Prince Volodymyr introduced Christianity as the official state religion in Kyivan Rus and ordered the destruction of all pagan idols.
2. What does the word “Cossack” mean?
a) the shield of the country;
b) a free and independent man;
c) comes from the Ukrainian word, “to cut up”;
d) man defending his own rights and the vital interests of the Ukrainian people.
The word “Cossack” means a free and independent man. First Cossacks appeared in the 15th century. They lived according to the democratic principles.
Cossacks were first mentioned in writing in 1492. The word “Cossack” means a free and independent man. The original Cossacks were adventurous serfs who had run away from their masters and got together in the southern Ukrainian steppes.
Later Zaporozian Sich, founded in the 16th century, became the main centre of Cossackdom. The Cossacks united in a single military organization. The first fortifications were built on Island Khortytsia. Zaporozian Sich embraced the Cossacks of the whole Ukraine.
Ordinary Cossacks in their everyday lives continued their farming duties, but in cases of emergency they united with Sich warriors to repel aggression, to defend their own rights and the vital interests of the Ukrainian people.
The Cossack Army was the shield of the country. They lived according to the democratic principles.
3. Who joined Ukraine to Russia as an autonomous state?
a) Petro Sahaidachniy
b) Ivan Pidkova
c) Ustym Karmaliuk
d) Bohdan Khmelnytskyy
Under Hetman Bohdan Khmelnytskyy ruling Ukraine joined Russia as an autonomous state. This union weakened the political role of Rech Pospolitaya, the plan of Vatican to catolize Ukraine.
Under Hetman Bohdan Khmelnytskyy ruling Ukraine joined Russia as an autonomous state. This union weakened the political role of Rech Pospolitaya, the plan of Vatican to catolize Ukraine. At that time Ukraine was squeezed between three great powers - Muskoviya, Poland and the Ottoman Empire. That was why it had to seek allies. At first Bohdan Khmelnytsky signed a peace treaty with the Polish king, but it did not work, because the Polish landlords kept possession of their Ukrainian land, which caused more war between the Polish army and the Cossacks. Then, Bohdan Khmelnytsky agreed to place Ukraine under the protection of the Muskovite Tsar. The Treaty of Pereyaslav (Pereyaslivska Rada) concluded in 1654 and a new chapter in the history of Ukraine began.
Bohdan Khmelnytsky was born in 1596 and died in 1657 in Chyhyryn. He was Hetman of the Zaporozhian Host from 1648 to 1657. His greatest achievement was the Cossack Hetman State of the Zaporozhian Host (1648–1782).
4. What didn’t become the national symbol of Ukraine?
a) the trident;
b) blue and yellow flag;
c) higher and local bodies of state power;
d) the anthem.
With the restoration of Ukrainian independence, by the Acts of Parliament in 1992, blue and yellow flag, the trident and the anthem became the national symbols of Ukraine.
Ukraine is a free sovereign state, which has its own territory, higher and local bodies of state power and government, national emblem, state flag and anthem.
The combination of the blue and yellow colours predominated on the flags of the medieval Kyivan State and were prominent during Cossack age.
First accepted as the national Ukrainian flag by the Supreme Ukrainian Council in 1848, the blue - and - yellow flag met with popular approval in all parts of Ukraine at the beginning of the 20th century.
Today the national flag of Ukraine is blue and yellow. It symbolized the blue sky above the yellow field.
First accepted as the national Ukrainian flag by the Supreme Ukrainian Council in 1848.
In 1863 the poem of Paul Chubynsky “Shche ne umerla Ukraina” was set up to music by composer Michael Verbytsky. This song, as a result of its catchy melody and patriotic text became popular and in 1917 it was officially adopted as the anthem of the Ukrainian State.
The trident is the national symbol of the Ukrainian people, dating back to more than 3000 years. It became the dynastic coat - of - arms of the Kyivan princes, including Volodymyr the Great and Yaroslav the Wise.
With the restoration of Ukrainian independence, by the Acts of Parliament in 1992, blue and yellow flag, the trident and the anthem again became the national symbols of Ukraine, united Ukrainian people in their aspirations for independence.
5. How many nationalities are there in our country?
a) more than 100 nationalities;
b) more than 80 nationalities;
c) more than 90 nationalities;
d) more than 70 nationalities.
The country is inhabited by the Ukrainians and representatives of more than 100 nationalities. Ethnic Ukrainians constitute 72 percent of Ukraine’s population. Other ethnic groups that are widespread in Ukraine are Russians (22 percent), Belarussians, Poles, Jews, Bulgarians, Hungarians and Tatars (less than 1 percent each).
6. What is the largest lake on the territory of Ukraine?
There are over 3000 lakes all over Ukraine. They are situated mostly in Polissia, the Black Sea lowlands and the Crimea.
7. The bridge in Kiev named after an outstanding Ukrainian scientist. The name of this scientist is …
8. Where can you see Gogol’s heroes and Nikolai Gogol himself?
a) at the museum
c) Sorochintsy Fair
d) the island of Khortytsia
One of the popular traditions is the famous Sorochintsy Fair in a village in the Poltava region called Velikie Sorochintsi. Here everyone is doing something: selling, buying, singing and dancing.
9. What the most popular dish does have up to 20 components?
The most popular dish, called borsch, has up to 20 components. It is essential dinner dish. “Each hostess has her borsch”. There is a lot of variants to cook it.
10. Leonid Kadenyuk is …
a) the outstanding scientist of Ukraine;
b) the most successful football coach in Ukraine;
c) the first cosmonaut of Ukraine;
d) a legendary Ukrainian pop singer.
His motto: “It was my ambition - it has become my fate - do it and you will win”. In September 1997 he eventually went into space as a member of the international crew of the space shuttle Columbia.
11. When was Ukraine proclaimed an independent state?
a) on the 20th of July, 1991;
b) on the 24th of August, 1991;
c) on the 28th of June , 1991;
d) on the 24th of August, 1994.
On the 24th of August we celebrate the Independence Day. It is a birthday of an independent Ukrainian state. There are a lot of concerts and dancers in the streets of the cities and towns.
III. Подведение итогов урока.
1. Подведение итогов викторины.
Игра “Whose word is the last?” (Учащимся необходимо придумать по одному предложению по теме, повторив все предыдущие.)
1. Ukraine is our native country.
2. Ukraine is our native country. It’s very beautiful.
3. Ukraine is our native country. It’s very beautiful. It has interesting traditions.
4. Ukraine is our native country. It’s very beautiful. It has interesting traditions. It has a long history.
5. Ukraine is our native country. It’s very beautiful. It has interesting traditions. It has a long history. It’s an independent state.
6. Ukraine is our native country. It’s very beautiful. It has interesting traditions. It has a long history. It’s an independent state. It has its own national symbols.
7. Ukraine is our native country. It’s very beautiful. It has interesting traditions. It has a long history. It’s an independent state. It has its own national symbols. It has more than 100 nationalities.
8. Ukraine is our native country. It’s very beautiful. It has interesting traditions. It has a long history. It’s an independent state. It has its own national symbols. It has more than 100 nationalities. It has many outstanding people.
2. Нахождение слов в таблице
Motherland Ukraine independent
state Cossack flag
anthem coat of arms trident
I R O N T E N T H A D
C N A R U K R A I N E
O B D T W U R F A T E
A O W E G B O L V H C
T R C T P X R A N E A
O N D V Y E M G Q M L
F I W U H E N Y B U D
A N S T A T E D S K N
R O O K T R I D E N T
M M Z A P F C Z G N B
S A C O S S A C K Q T