Конспект урока на тему "UNESCO and UNICEF in Uzbekistan"
MINISTRY OF PUBLIC EDUCATION OF THE REPUBLIC OF UZBEKISTAN TASHKENT REGION ANGREN TOWN BOARDING SCHOOL № 34
THEME: UNESCO AND UNICEF IN UZBEKISTAN
PREPARED BY: YULDASHEVA SH.
Form: 9 ”A”
Theme: UNESCO and UNICEF in Uzbekistan
Educational: to teach pupils about the role of the organizations in Uzbekistan
Upbringing: to practice talking about the organizations UNISEF and UNESCO
Developing: to develop the pupils translating, reading, listening and speaking skills.
The structure of the lesson: Oriented on improving reading and speaking skills and understanding and to give new information.
Method: working in groups, demonstrating, brainstorming.
The type of the lesson: mixed
The view of the lesson: integrated skills lesson
Visual aids: a text-book, a note-book, a dictionary, computer, projector, pictures.
Time: 45 minute
PLAN OF THE LESSON:
Organizational moment- 5 min
Checking homework- 8 min
Main part- 20 min
Consolidating- 7 min
Giving marks- 3min
Giving homework- 2 min
Good morning pupils
Good morning teacher
Sit down please
Duty pupil’s report
Who is on duty today?
What date is it today?
What day is it today?
What is the weather like today?
Who is absent today?
What was your homework for today? Let’s check up.
Look at the blackboard and say me what do you know about these pictures?
Have you heard about these organizations?
I divide the pupils into two groups “UNICEF”, “UNESCO” and they say the definitions about these symbols.
To introduce new theme, new vocabulary and aims of new theme.
UNO-Birlashgan Millatlar Tashkiloti
Human rights-inson huquqlari
WWF- (World Wide Fund for Nature)- Butun jahon tabiatni asrash fondi
WTO (World Trade Organization)- Butun jahon savdo fondi
Ex- 1a Work in pairs. A and B. Pair A read the text on page 96. Pair В read the text on page 101. Copy and complete the table.
Name of agency:
When it was founded:
Main areas of work:
What the agency is doing in
UNESCO is a specialized agency of the UN. Its full name is the United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization. Countries which belong to UNESCO agree to contribute to peace and security by cooperating in the areas of education, science and culture. About 160 nations are members of UNESCO and provide most of the agency's funds. UNESCO was founded in 1946 and has its headquarters in Paris.
UNESCO promotes and supports developments in science, culture and justice. It tries to increase respect for justice and law, human rights and fundamental freedoms for all people. The agency carries out programmes to promote these aims at the request of its members.
On October 29, 1993 Uzbekistan became a member of UNESCO. Soon UNESCO began to have programmes in Uzbekistan. In 1996 in Paris an international conference was held in honour of AmirTemur. It was called 'Science and culture in the age of Temur'. In 1995 at UNESCO's headquarters in Uzbekistan the 28th session passed a resolution to celebrate the 660th jubilee of Amir Temur's birth. In 2002 UNESCO organised a celebration of the 900th anniversary of the birth of A G'ijduvoniy, the famous Uzbek poet and scientist, and in 2003 the 2.700th anniversary of the founding of the town of Shakhri-sabz, Amir Temur's birthplace. You may know that UNESCO contributed funds for the restoration of Khiva and has officially listed Khiva as a World Heritage Site.
UNICEF is a specialized agency of the UN. Its full name is the United Nations Children’s Fund. UNIСEF works in more than 100 countries to improve conditions for children. The Fund is currently conducting programmes in about 150 countries in all continents to help protect children from disease and prepare them for healthy, productive adult lives. It was created in 1946 has received the Nobel Prize for its work.
In Uzbekistan UNICEF is working with the government to improve four areas of health care: health and nutrition, water and environmental sanitation, education, and providing for the psychological and social needs of vulnerable children.
There are programmes o upgrade health care facilities and to provide better nutrition. In Khorezm and Karakalpakstan two regions particularly badly affected by drought, there are programmes to repair desalination units, to provide chemicals to make water safe to drink, to provide water testing equipment so that scientists can monitor the quality of water provided and to provide hand pumps for pumping water.
Ex-1b. Make groups of four. Take turns to ask and answer. Complete the information in your tables.
e.g. When was UNIСEF founded?
Ex-2a Work in groups. Think about your place and your region. Copy and complete the table.
What problems and difficulties are there?
What things would you like to share with the world?
What could be done to improve the situation?
How could you/organisations in your place help?
What help could an organisation like UNICEF/UNESCO give?
We want to have a new school building
We need modern technology
We may help to build a new school; we need help to buy modern equipment and training to maintain it
Ex-2b Present your ideas to the class.
IV. Post activity:
Let’s do the cluster about UN.
V. Giving homework.
Find more information about the worldwide organizations that are working in Uzbekistan
Teacher gives to the pupils’ rating balls according to the State Standards
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