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Конспект занятия по английскому языку "История объединения Британии"

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Название документа King Alfred the Great.pptx

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Alfred the Great The Anglo-saxons
childhood Alfred (849-99), king of Wessex (871-99). A popular image of Alfred...
The quality of his own writings suggests that he had a sound education in Lat...
The West Saxon dynasty was the only one to survive the Viking threat and Alfr...
Alfred's government was expensive. It is probable that he bought peace with h...
Alfred's relationship with the church seems superficially harmonious. Ninth-c...
Alfred's law code referred to the laws of Æthelbert of Kent and Offa of Merci...
Alfred proposed, in his prose preface to his translation of Pope Gregory I's...
The West Saxon take-over of England, 10th-century economic development, the b...
Timeline for King Alfred the Great	 871 	 Alfred becomes King of Wessex follo...
King Alfred, named "Great", died in Winchester on October 26, 899. He was suc...
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Alfred the Great The Anglo-saxons

№ слайда 2 childhood Alfred (849-99), king of Wessex (871-99). A popular image of Alfred
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childhood Alfred (849-99), king of Wessex (871-99). A popular image of Alfred is of national superman; destined by his father's (Æthelwulf) will to be king, despite having three surviving older brothers (Æthelbald, Æthelbert, and Æthelred I); saviour of the English from the Vikings; architect of a united England; founder of the navy, reformer of the army, town-planner; patron of the church; promoter of universal education and father of English prose; saintly, and easy to know. father

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The quality of his own writings suggests that he had a sound education in Latin. He assisted Æthelred against the ‘great army’ which invaded in 865, and his accession in 871 was most likely not a certainty. The 870s saw continuing war against the Danes, who were numerous, skilled, treacherous, well led, wanting conquest and settlement. In 878, surprised by Guthrum at Chippenham, Alfred fled to Athelney (Somerset), but defeated the Danes in a desperate last-stand battle at Edington. The results were the treaty of Wedmore, Guthrum's baptism and retirement to be king of East Anglia.

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The West Saxon dynasty was the only one to survive the Viking threat and Alfred gained authority over all the English outside Danish control. Mercia (under Burgred) had been an ally, and was handled tactfully. Alfred married his daughter Æthelfleda to Ealdorman Æthelred, probably of Mercian royal stock, allowed him to operate as subking, and ceded London after its recapture from the Danes (886).

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Alfred's government was expensive. It is probable that he bought peace with heavy payments to the Danes, for example in 896. Wealth was necessary to ensure aristocratic support, for building, against Vikings, and also against dynastic rivals. Alfred's nephews Æthelhelm and Æthelwold challenged his disposition of Æthelred's property before the witan and could be expected to challenge his son Edward for the kingship. Asser asserts that Alfred spent lavishly on art, architecture, alms, and gifts to the church. His coinage shows he was not short of silver, and his will that he was hugely wealthy in 899.

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Alfred's relationship with the church seems superficially harmonious. Ninth-cent. West Saxon kings seem not to have pressured the church economically: the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle records Alfred sending alms to Rome, and receiving gifts from Pope Marinus, and Asser recounts his foundation of monasteries at Athelney and Shaftesbury (for women). Yet evidence from Abingdon suggests Alfred was resented there as a despoiler, other evidence that he appropriated monastic properties right across Wessex, and it is as a threat to the church that he appears in a papal letter in 878.

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Alfred's law code referred to the laws of Æthelbert of Kent and Offa of Mercia, and included Ine's, perhaps to appeal to Kentish and Mercian sentiment The code's purpose was to promote the king as lawgiver, rather than to serve as a handbook, and Alfred's preface offers a history of law beginning with the Ten Commandments, suggesting that his people were a new people of God. The Chronicle was perhaps composed in 896-7 under Alfred's direction, its content and structure suggesting that it was commissioned to tie Alfred into West Saxon history and Wessex into world history

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Alfred proposed, in his prose preface to his translation of Pope Gregory I's Pastoral Rule, a programme of translation of books ‘most necessary for all men to know’. He complained that clerical knowledge of Latin and educational standards generally had greatly declined. Alfred also translated two contemplative works, Boethius' Consolation of Philosophy and Augustine's Soliloquies, and a number of psalms.

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The West Saxon take-over of England, 10th-century economic development, the burghs as sites of mints and centres of administration, can all be traced back to Alfred. Though vernacular literature failed to take off, the education of bishops may have contributed to the 10th-century reform movement since its leaders were bishops. Alfred's legal innovations may have laid a foundation for the English common law of Henry II's time.

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Timeline for King Alfred the Great 871 Alfred becomes King of Wessex following the death of his brother Aethelred 872 London falls to Viking raiders 878 Guthrum's Danish army invades Wessex, and Alfred takes refuge on the isle of Athelney. 878 Treaty of Wedmore divides England into two. 884 Alfred defeats the Danes at Rochester 885 Alfred imposes rules on South Wales 886 Alfred takes London from the Danes. 890 Alfred establishes a permanent army and navy 891 Anglo Saxon Chronicle, source of much early British History, begun 893 Asser, Bishop of Sherborne, completes his book The Life of Alfred the Great 894 Northumbrian and East Angles swear allegiance to Alfred, but promptly break the truce 899 Alfred dies and is buried at Winchester. His son Edward becomes king.

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King Alfred, named "Great", died in Winchester on October 26, 899. He was succeeded by his son Edward the Elder.

Название документа История объединения Британии.docx

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Конспект урока на тему «История объединения Британии»

Цель урока: познакомить студентов с основными этапами формирования Британского государства.

Задачи урока:

- закрепить знания, полученные при изучении предыдущих разделов;

- развивать навыки работы с текстами страноведческой тематики;

- ознакомить студентов с новыми лексическими единицами;

- использовать методы взаимного обучения.

Необходимое оборудование: мультимедийное устройство, раздаточные материалы, учебник «The World of Britain» авторы Богородицкая, Хрусталева

Время проведения занятия - 2 академических часа.

Возрастная категория – учащиеся старших классов и студенты образовательных учреждений СПО.

Ход занятия

Приветствие

Hello, students. Today we’re going to continue to speak about the history of Britain. You’ve already learnt about the early days of GB.

Этап 1.

Let’s revise how well you now the periods of the Romans and the Anglo-Saxons.

Have a look at the task paper. You are to find seven words across using the definitions given below and then to see the only one word down. You work in pairs and have 10 minutes. Goodluck

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The definitions

  1. They ruled Britain more than 300 years (Romans)

  2. The Saxons established many of them on the British Isles (Kingdoms)

  3. A good thing that the Romans brought on the British Isles (Roads)

  4. A very famous city built by the Romans (London)

  5. An administrative area the Saxons divided the land into (Shire)

  6. Powerful Germanic tribes from northern Europe (Saxons)

  7. A Celtic doctor, a teacher and a priest (Druid)

So, your time is up, let’s check your answers. (фронтальная работа)



Этап 2

Now we know about the Celts, the Romans, the Angles and the Saxons.

My question is

What’s the name of the most outstanding Saxon king? (студенты предлагают свои варианты)

To help you give the right answer we’ll see a presentation made by our graduate Trofimov Vlad, with this work he got a third place in «The British Ferris Wheel» contest. Have a look please. We work together. (работа с презентацией, Приложение 1)

Now you organize yourself into three groups and do the T/F task. You have 15 minutes.

  1. In the 9th century Britain was invaded by the Scots (F)

  2. The Vikings attacked every coast to get new slaves (F)

  3. The Anglo-Saxons were afraid of the Vikings (T)

  4. King Alfred of Wessex was a Viking (F)

  5. Alfred made a treaty with the Vikings (T)

  6. Alfred is not the only ruler of England honoured with the epithet

«the Great» (F)

  1. Alfred himself translated books from Latin into Anglo-Saxon (T)

  2. The principal source of information on early English life is «The Vikings’ Chronical» (F)

(обсуждение результатов групповой работы)



Этап 3

We go on with learning about the British history. Now open the course book on page 222. Read the text about the Norman Conquest and answer the following questions. You have 20 minutes. (фронтальная проверка ответов)

  1. When and where did Duke of Normandy take the throne of England?

  2. What did Saxons and Normans feel to each other in early days?

  3. What aristocracy ruled the country?

  4. What classes appeared in England society?

  5. Who was near-equal to the king?

  6. What nationality was the peasantry?

  7. What did the feudal system create?

  8. What did the baronage constantly demand?

The answers you’ve got make up a text for good reading next time we meet.

This is your hometask. Thank you for your work. Good-bye.

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