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Educational: To enlarge students scope for the Kazakh history and to be able to speak about our Motherland. Development:To develop memory, logical thinking and developing creative work to provide an opportunity of free speaking. Upbringing: To make an interest to the subject, to teach to work creatively, in group, to bring them up to love our country . 1 2 3 Aims:
Y. Reading: New words: share [∫ɛə]- бөлісу desert [dezət]- құмды дала resources [ri`sɔ:siz] – байлық, ресурстар deposit [di`pɔzit] – жерасты қоры gas [gæs] – газ rename [ri`neim] – жаңа ат беру reservoir [`rezəvwa:] - қор former [fɔ:mə] - бұрынғы Extend- [iks'tend] - созылу, тартылу Border-['bo:də]- шекара,шекараласу Sovereign-['sovrin]- егемен,тәуелсіз Suffer-['sΔfə]- қасірет, зардап шегу
Read the text “Kazakhstan is my Motherland” KAZAKHSTAN IS MY MOTHERLAND Kazakhstan was established as the Republic of Kazakhstan in December 1991. The country is the second largest of the former Soviet republics with a total land area of over 2.724 million square kilometres. This country shares its border with the Russian Federation to the north and north-west; to the east with China and to the south with the central Asian republics of Kirgyzstan, Uzbekistan and Turkmenistan. The Ural River flows through the western portion of Kazakhstan to the ('aspian Sea. The central region of the country includes the Kazakh Steppe (o the north and deserts of central Asia in the south-west. The country is rich with mineral resources such as copper, gold, iron, lead, nickel, silver, tin, uranium and zink with deposits of oil and natural gas. Kazakhstan's largest city is Almaty which lies to the south-east of the country near the border with Kirgyzstan and China. Almaty was the capital until December 1997 when it was moved to Akmola, 850 kilometres to the north-west. In May 1998 Akmola was renamed Astana, the Kazakh word for capital. Astana's population stands currently at 500,000. Peaceful and generous, the land of the Kazakhs has always been famous for its hospitality. And it is not by accident, located on the crossroads of two ancient cultures — Europe and Asia. Today, residents are happy to share their famous hospitality and to show (he visitors the Alatau mountains with famous Medeu.
Comprehension check True (T)False (F) a. Kazakhstan is the second largest country of the former Soviet Union. b. Kazakhstan doesn't share its border with China. c. The country is rich in mineral resources. d. The population of Astana is not expected to increase. e. Residents are happy to share hospitality with their visitors. f The official language is Kazakh. g Russian is the language of international communication.
Comprehension check True (T)False (F) a. Kazakhstan is the second largest country of the former Soviet Union. T b. Kazakhstan doesn't share its border with China. T c. The country is rich in mineral resources. T d. The population of Astana is not expected to increase. F e. Residents are happy to share hospitality with their visitors. T f The official language is Kazakh. T g Russian is the language of international communication. T
Test The Republic of Kazakhstan is situated in ... a. Central Asia b. Almaty c. Astana 2. ... is the largest city in Kazakhstan. a. Aktobe b. Aktau c. Almaty 3. Kazakhstan was established as the Republic of Kazakhstan in... a. 1992 b. 1991 c. 1990 4. The largest oblast in Kazakhstan is... a. Almaty b. Northern Kazakhstan c. Karagandy 5. Almaty was the capital of Kazakhstan until ... a. 1990 b. 1997 c. 1995 6. How many people live in Kazakhstan? a. 17 million b. 19 million c. 16 million 7. What is the official language of Kazakhstan? a. Kazakh b. English c. Russian 8. What natural resources is Kazakhstan rich in? a. oil and gas b. silver c. gold and uranium 9. Who is the head of Kazakhstan? a. the Queen b. President c. the Prince 10. Which month is the day of Independence celebrated in a. May b. March c. December
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