Тема урока : Русские в Австралии
Тип урока: комбинированный урок
1Развитие у учащихся интереса к изучению иностранного языка.
2Обучение умениям самостоятельно добывать информацию с использованием различных способов её получения
3 Формирование культурно-страноведческой компетенции;
Активизация навыков устной речи
4Совершенствование навыков изучающего чтения и вопросно-ответной работы
активизация лексики в новых условиях, на новом уровне;
активизация навыков монологической и диалогической речи;
обобщение материала по теме «Модальные глаголы»
Воспитание чувства национальной гордости, патриотизма;
Воспитание уважительного отношения к культуре Австралии
развитие умений понимать необходимую информацию в воспринимаемом на слух тексте;
тренировка памяти; внимания;
развитие ассоциативного мышления, воображения, инициативы
магнитофон, аудиокассета, компьютер, мультимедийный проектор, интерактивная доска, диск с песней в исполнении Ф.Шаляпина и музыкой Чайковского «Лебединое озеро», упражнения для работы с текстом, раздаточный материал (тесты, карточки с заданиями).
1 Организационный момент урока:
T: Good Morning, boys and girls. I am glad to see you. How are you? I hope you are fine. Let’s begin our lesson.
T: The topic of our lesson is “Famous Russians in Australia” These are people, who made a great contribution in music, art, literature and science. But first of all we’ll speak about the country where they spent many years.
2 Речевая зарядка (с показом слайдов)
Answer my questions, please.
-Is Australia a continent, a country or an island?
P: It is a continent, a country and an island at the same time. It is the 6th largest country and the smallest continent in the world
-Where is it situated?
P: It is situated in the southern hemisphere between the Pacific and the Indian Oceans. That’s why it has summer when we have winter and it has winter when we have summer
-Australia is the driest continent in the world, isn’t it?
P: Yes it is. Huge areas of land are so dry that they are uninhabited
You are right. Most of population lives below this line in the 10 largest cities.
- And who discovered Australia?
P: Captain James Cook did. It was in 1770
-How many states are there in Australia?
-What is the capital of Australia?
P: It is Canberra. It is not big. It is located in the Australian Capital Territory
-What is the largest city in Australia?
-What is the second largest city?
- Is Australia a multicultural country?
P: Yes it is. About 200 nationalities live here, but a quarter of the population was born overseas
-What is the main language spoken in Australia?
P: It is English, but 1 of 5 Australians speaks a language other than English
-Who are the Australian natives?
-It’s Australia’s coat of arms. Describe it please. P: They are Aborigines They comprise only 1,5 percent of the population
P: The arms consist of a shield containing badges of the 6 states, the supporters are native Australian fauna- a kangaroo and an emu and a yellow native plant is also appears in design
-What does this date mean?
P: It’s Australian national day. On the 26of January 1788 Captian Arthur Philip commanded 11 ships and sailed into port Jackson in Sidney.
-What can you say about the flag? (What does the small Union Jack represent? What do the small stars form?)
3 Аудирование текста (приложение 1)
T: OK, we have remembered some facts about Australia and now you will listen to the text about the development of the relations between Russia and Australia and then you will answer the questions.
There are some new words in this text and I want you to look at the blackboard and repeat them after me:
Listen to the text twice.
The first Russian citizen known to have become a permanent resident of Australia was Peter Potoski.
During the reign of Catherine II he served in the Russian army. He was arrested in England and sentenced to hard labor in Tasmania, where he landed on 18 February 1804. In six years he settled in Hobart permanently.
By 1820 there were four Russian-speaking families of former convicts in Hobart.On 16 June 1807 Aborigines which camped on the northern shore of the Port -Jackson Bay, noticed a small three-mast ship sailing towards the English settlement. A white flag with blue cross was fluttering above the ship.
Thus the first visit of a Russian naval ship to Australia began. It was the Neva under the command of the captain Leonty Gagemeister.
The 27-year old captain was a well educated man proficient in mathematics and astronomy, could read and write Russian, German, English, French and Spanish. During his volunteer service in the English Navy the young Russian officer deserved a praise from Admiral Nelson himself.
The Neva loaded provisions on its way to Russian American colonies.
Gagemeister wrote in his report to London:” …the Russians received every supply they wished for; and every respect and attention was shown to the Imperial Flag”
Contacts continued in 1820 when two Russian ships the Vostok and the Mirny visited Port Jackson under the command of Captians Lasarev and Bellingshausen for provisions and repairs during an expedition to explore Antarctica.
Russian ships visited Australia throughout the 19th century and some Russian seamen settled in Australia.
In 1893 the Russian government appointed the first professional diplomat Alexey Dmitrievich Putyata. He organized his office in Melbourne and was buried there.
Diplomatic relations were broken in 1918 after the October Revolution and the separate peace Treaty of Brest-Litovsk. They were re-established again in 1942 and remain to the present time.
-There are cards with the questions on your desks. You’ll have to choose the right answer and circle it. You have 5 minutes. Let’s start (приложение 2)
Listen to the text and answer the questions
1 The first Russian to settle in Australia was … .
b) Peter Potoski
c) Leonty Gagemeister
2 Potoski landed in Tasmania because he
a) had been sentenced to hard labour;
b) wanted to find gold;
c) had been attracted by its nature
3 By 1820 there were … Russian-speaking families of former convicts in Hobart
4 On 16 June 1807 Aborigenes noticed
a) three English seamen;
b) a three-mast ship;
c) a ferry
5 The first Russian ship was
a) the Neva;
b) the Vostok;
c) the Mirny
6 Leonty Gagemeister was
a) a captain;
b) a shturman;
c) an English sailor
7 The aim of this visit of the Russian ship was
a) to load provisions on its way to Russian American colonies;
b) to land convicts in Port Jackson.
8 Gagemeister wrote in his report:
a) “the Russians didn’t receive any help”;
b) “ every respect and attention was shown to the Russians”;
c) “ the Russians won the trust and admiration of the local people”
9 Alexey Dmitrievich Putyata was
a) a merchant;
b) a diplomat;
c) a captain
10 Diplomatic relation were broken
a) in 1905 after the revolution;
b) in 1918 after the October Revolution;
c) [n 1917 after the February Revolution
T: In addition to the text I want you to look at the board: It is the jubilee medal which honored the 150th anniversary of the first Russian navigation to Australia. It was issued by the Historic Military Society in 1957.
4 Составление учащимися диалогов и их драматизация.
So, we’ve listened to the text about the first Russians in Australia and now I want you to make up your own dialogues about your visit of Australia.
One of you is a participant of students’ exchange program “Russia-Australia” and other is your countryman who lives in Australia. You should ask each other about the aim of your being in Australia, about your impressions of this beautiful country. Look at the board! There are some expressions which you may use in your dialogues:
-reason of your leaving Russia;
-aim of your trip;
-a participant of students’ exchange program;
-could you tell me…
Have you got any questions?
You have 6 minutes to prepare your dialogues. Let’s start.
So, are you ready? It’s time to act out your conversations.
- Hi, my name is ..Iam from… Iam a participant of students exchange program Russia-Australia .And where are you from?
-Nice to meet you…My name is .. I am from Russia too. My parents came to Australia many years ago and brought me with them.
-Could you tell me something about the Russian settlers here
-I know that many people from Russia settle here. Do you know about Kostya Tszyu?
- Yes. Of course I do. This is our boxer a world champion. I heard that he received an offer to live and practice boxing in Australia
- That’s right. He moved to Sydney in 1992. As a professional boxer he won 31 fights, 25 of them by knockout. He lost only one fight to American boxer Vince Philip
- How interesting I heard that he published a book here
- Yes, he did. The book is interesting and it’s worth reading.
-Is it written in English?
-Yes, it is. But it is easy to read. I think you should read it
-Thank you for your advice
- Not at all
5 Koнтроль домашнего задания с помощью упражнений
T: Your homework was to read and translate the text about a famous Russian scientist Nikolai Miklouho-Maclay, who had lived in Australia for many years. He established marine biological station, made a lot of researches there. I want you to do some exercises and to check up if you understand the content of the text.
Open your books on page 148, please.
There are many difficult words in this text. Look at the board and read these words after me:-anthropologist Papuan ethnography
-admiration malaria campaign
-injustice concerned to be disturbed
-consequence marine biological station
-eventually to supervise
a) At first, listen to this text!
b) Now read the text aloud!
c) Do ex.1 on p.150-answer the questions to the text.
d) Let’s do the next exercise:
Match the parts of the sentences in the column A with the parts of the in the column B:
In 1871 Miklouho-Maclay went to New Guinea where…
Miklouho-Maclay was often diverted from his scientific work by…
He became concerned for native people of the Pacific through his anthropological studies and …
He was interested in…
Miklouho-Maclay eventually returned to Russia to…
The rest of the scientific and ethnographic material is…
The Institute of Ethnography in St.Petersburg is…
…named in his honor.
…was disturbed by the consequences of their contact with whites.
…supervise the publication of his works.
…he spent 15 months.
…his campaign against white injustice.
…the well-being of the native Aboriginal people in Australia.
…now housed in Russia.
e) Read these statements and say if they are true or false. If the statement is false, correct it.
1) Miklouho-Maclay was an outstanding Russian writer.
2) In 1895 he went to New Guinea.
3) The bay where he lived has been named “Maclay Coast”
4) He became concerned for white people of the Pacific.
5) He came to Canberra in 1878.
6) His two sons were born in Russia.
7) He also proposed the establishment of physical labarotory in Sydney.
8) Miklouho-Maclay died in Australia at the age of 42.
6.Защита учащимися презентаций с использованием компьютерных технологий
T: So, I see that you understood the content of the text. We know the names of other famous Russians who lived in Australia. Who are they?
P1,2,3:Konstantin Balmont, Anna Pavlova, Fedor Shalyapin
T: Some of your classmates made projects about their biography and creativity. Listen to them! (учащиеся показывают презентации и рассказывают).
a) Anna Pavlova ( звучит музыка Чайковского) ;
b) K. Balmont;
c) F. Shalyapin (звучит песня «Прощай, моя радость» в исполнении Ф.Шаляпина)
T: I want you to pay attention to the fact that not only the Russians settle in Australia but Australians settle in Russia too. Do you know any Australians who settled in Russia? I think you don’t know. Then listen.
The most notable representative of the Australian moving to Russia is the famous physicist Aleksandr Mikhailovich Prokhorov. He was born in the state of Queensland, to a family of a Russian immigrants in 1916. He and his parents relocated to the Soviet Union in 1923.
In 1964 he received the Noble Prize in Physics. He also was the chief editor of the Great Soviet Encyclopedia from 1969.
T: Do you know the names of people who made a great contribution in literature, art, science, music of Bashkortostan?
P1: Nesterov ( he lived in Ufa and painted many of his works there. The city’s State Art Gallery is named after him)
P2: Aksakov (the Russian writer)
P3: Nureyev (the world famous ballet –dancer)
T: Natasha made the project about some Bashkir famous writers. Listen tо her , please!
T: Thank you for your projects. I think that information you have listened to was interesting and useful.
What fields of science and art were these people busy? Try to fill in the table.
( слайд )
7 Повторение грамматического материала (модальные глаголы).
T: We know that AnnaPavlova’s recipe is popular in Austrаlia. Australians eat it very often.
P1 and P2, have you baked this cake?
T: What do we need to bake Pavlova’s cake?
And what do we have to do to bake Pavlova’s cake?
P: рассказывает о рецепте Павловой (приложение 3)
T: Well, we have remembered some modal verbs: need, have to, can. What other modal verbs do you know? (слайд)
Let’s try to remember the English well-known proverbs and sayings in which modal verbs are used. There are cards on your desks. Match the two parts of the proverbs and translate them.
1 No man can serve a) cannot be done
2 A man can do no more b) good memories.
3 What is done c) so you must lie in it.
4 A child must first creep d) two masters.
5 Liars should have e) then go.
6 As you make your bed f) than he can.
Ключи: 1d, 2f, 3a, 4e, 5b,6c.
1 Сделанного не воротишь.
2 Выше головы не прыгнешь.
3 Сперва оперись, потом и ввысь.
4 Ври, да помни.
5 Как постелешь, так и поспишь.
6 Человек не может иметь 2 хозяев.
8 Контроль грамматических знаний по теме: модальные глаголы, артикль.
T: It’s time to do the test. There are two tasks in this test. You have to choose the right modal verb and the right article. You’ll have 15 minutes (приложение 4)
Test (modal verbs, articles)
I Choose the best answer
1 He’s very late, the car …have broken down again.
a) can’t b) must c) should
2 They … to get tickets for the concert a week ago.
a) can b)were able c) could
3 You … to have gone to the dentist this morning.
a) should b)ought c) must
4 Sorry, I’m late, I … take the children to school.
a) must b) had to c) needed
5 You … vote in Britain until you are 18.
A) must b) aren’t allowed to c) have to
6 Sorry, I can’t stay any longer. I …go.
a) have to b) might c) should
7 I think you … see a doctor.
a) ought to b) are able to c) can
8 Tomorrow is a holiday. We … go to work.
a) don’t have to b)have to c) need to
9 Don’t panic! We … late for the train. It doesn’t leave till 9 o’clock.
a) can’t be b) mustn’t be c) shouldn’t be
10 We worried about you. You … have been killed!
a) could b) should c) need
II Fill in the gaps. Use the, a or no article
1 John went to … prison to visit his brother last Sunday.
a) the b) – c) a
2 I had ..cup of coffee and some toast for … breakfast this morning. … coffee was delicious.
a) a, --. The b) the, - . The c) -, - . The
3 What … awful weather!
a) -- b) an c) a
4 Sam is …only child in the family.
a) an b)the c)—
5 …lion is fast disappearing.
a) -- b) A c) The
6 Which countries belong to …NATO?
a) the b) - c)a
7 … Pacific is one of … largest oceans in … world.
a) The, the, the b) --, -, the
8 What did you do with … money I just gave you?
a) the b) –
9 Mary’s block of … flats is situated in … North Street.
a) the, the b) -, - c) the, -
10 She was doing her homework while Robin was at … school.
a) the b) - c) a
1 b 1 a
2 b 2 a
3 b 3 a
4 b 4a
5 b 5 c
6 a 6 b
7 a 7 a
8 a 8 a
9 a 9 b
10 a 10 b
9 Активизация изученного материала по теме «Известные люди»
Last year we read about some American, Russian and British people. Let’s play the game “ Famous People”You have to answer the questions. You will get a “star” if your answer is right. Let’s start.(слайд)
10 Подведение итогов урока.
T: I am pleased with your good work at the lesson today. Thank you. You’ve got good marks and I think you are satisfied. The task of our lesson is fulfilled.
Your homework is to retell about the Russians who visited Australia in the past or live there nowadays.
Комбинированный урок разработан на 2 часа. Предусматривает все формы работы над языком: аудирование, чтение, диалогическая и монологическая речь, грамматический материал (модальные глаголы).
Содержит интересный познавательный исторический материало континенте Австралия(герб, языки, жители), о первом русском(заключенном), привезённом на континент, первом российском корабле под названием "Нева", бросившем якорь у берегов Австралии в 1807 году, Об учёном Н.Миклухо-Маклае и других русских, внесших вклад в становление отношений между Россией и Австралией (А.Павлова, Ф.Шаляпин, К.Бальмонт и другие).
Учащиеся познакомятся с рецептом пирога от А.Павловой, популярном в Австралии до сих пор, а также узнают о главном редакторе Большой Советской Энциклопедии (1969 г), нобелевско лауреате по физике А.М.Прохорове, который родился и вырос в Австралии в семье русских эммигрантов и возвратился в с семьей в Россию.
Содержится также региональный компонент6 сообщения(презентации) учащихся об известных людях Башкортостана , способствующих развитию культуры, литературы, искусства ресбублики.
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