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Внеклассное мероприятие по английскому языку "Современная молодежь и ее отношение к Великой Отечественной Войне», посвященное 70 – летию Победы

Цель урока: формирование умения ведения монологической и диалогической речи.

Задачи урока:

социокультурный аспект: знакомство учащихся с историческими фактами о Великой Отечественной Войне, знаменитыми участниками войны.

развивающий аспект: развитие способности к распределению и переключению внимания, к непроизвольному запоминанию при восприятии речи на слух, к сравнению и сопоставлению фактов, к формулированию выводов из прочитанного и услышанного на уроке; развитие способности к подбору выражений, адекватных ситуации.

воспитательный аспект: формирование гуманитарного мировоззрения; уважительного отношения к героям ВОВ, развитие патриотизма.

учебный аспект: развитие речевого умения диалогической речи, развитие речевого умения монологического высказывания по модели.

Сопутствующие задачи: развитие умения читать с общим охватом содержания, с целью извлечения конкретной информации, развитие навыков аудирования с детальным пониманием.

Речевой материал:

репродуктивный: a patriot, a war, a soldier, victory, a battle, volunteer, to honor.

продуктивный: a troop, Nazi, military, to fail, to push back, an invader, to mobilize, an exploit, a surrender.



Ход урока

  1. Организационный момент (погружение в проблему).

Pr. 1: Dear friends! Today we will try to imagine ourselves the members of BBC Company, who have a broadcast with its Russian colleagues in Moscow Broadcasting Company.

Pr 2: And our discussion will be devoted to the 70th Anniversary of the Great Patriotic War. As you know “Victory Day” is a special holiday in our country, but our colleagues abroad have rather vague knowledge of the background of this holiday. So, our aim for today is to clarify some aspects of this great anniversary.

  1. Представление участников телемоста

(ведущие обсуждают актуальность темы, затронутой в телемосте)

Pr. 1: On the 9th of May our troops won a historical victory over fascism. Years passed but some soldiers continued fighting with their wounds and horrible memories. Unfortunately, now they are fewer and fewer. So, today, on the Day of the 70th Anniversary, let’s pay tribute to those who fought in World War II. We must always be grateful to our grandmothers and grandfathers, who could survive and are still living in these days.

Pr. 2: our guests in Great Britain have small knowledge about the main events and are eager to know the truth about the war. So, let’s start our discussion.

  1. Дискуссия по проблеме.

(учащиеся, представители британской телерадиокомпании задают интересующие их вопросы об истории Великой Отечественной Войны, учащиеся, представители российских СМИ отвечают подробно на эти вопросы. Ответы сопровождаются презентациями, краткими сообщениями и заданиями творческого характера).

Question 1: Ive read in some book, it was Russia that attacked Germany and began the war. I wonder who attacked who.

Answer 1: of course it was Germany that attacked the Soviet Union at the dawn of June 22, 1941. At 04.00 in the morning 153 German divisions stormed across the Soviet border. They were aided by forces from 9 other nations. The attack was a complete surprise and by the end of 1941 most of European Russia was under German domination. The Germans soon reached the edges of Moscow, surrounded Leningrad, and advanced rapidly towards the Caucasus and a city on the Volga called Stalingrad. Three years, ten months and eighteen days, twenty six million four hundred and fifty-four thousand lives were taken away with the Great Patriotic War.

Question 2: I’ve heard that there was a number of great battles during The Great Patriotic war. Can you name some of them?

Answer 2: there were severe battles. There were severe fightings during the Great Patriotic War. Some major battles took place near Moscow (December, 1941).

In September, 1942 great fights for Stalingrad started. This battle continued from July 1942 up to February 1943. The other not less important and bloody fight took place at the Kursk Bulge (July – August, 1943).

1944 was rather successful for soviet army. A number of cities such as Leningrad, Odessa, Kerch, the Crimea were liberated from Nazi troops. The most severe and the most heroic battle took place in April – May, 1945 for Berlin.

The Main Steps of Great Patriotic War

the Event

date

Beginning of the war

22.06.1941

Moscow battle

December, 1941

Stalingrad battle

July – February, 1942 – 1943

Battle at the Kursk Bulge

July – August, 1943

Liberation of Leningrad, Odessa, Kerch, the Crimea

1944

The End of the GPW

9 May 1945



(учащийся-журналист из России повествует о важных событиях времен Великой Отечественной Войны. Слайд-презентация «Хронология битв»)



Question 3: According to Hitler’s plan “Barbarossa Fall” the war against the Soviet Union was to be over in 2 or 3 months. His plan of capturing was called “Typhoon”. Why didn’t Hitler manage to fulfill his plan?

Answer 3: Operation Barbarossa (German: Unternehmen Barbarossa) was the code name for Nazi Germany's invasion of the Soviet Union during World War II that began on 22 June 1941. It was the largest military offensive in history. In addition to the large number of troops, it also involved 600,000 motor vehicles and 750,000 horses. Planning for Operation Barbarossa started on 18 December 1940; the secret preparations and the military operation itself lasted almost a year, from spring to winter 1941.

Barbarossa's operational goal was rapid conquest of the European part of the Soviet Union west of a line connecting the cities of Arkhangelsk and Astrakhan, often called the A-A line.  Adolf Hitler had not achieved the expected victory, but the Soviet Union's situation remained dire. Tactically, the Germans had won some resounding victories and occupied some of the most important economic areas of the country, mainly in Ukraine. Despite these successes, the Germans were pushed back from Moscow.

Operation Barbarossa's failure led to Hitler's demands for further operations inside the USSR, all of which eventually failed.

(учащийся-представитель российских СМИ подробно рассказывает о 3 направлениях плана «Тайфун»)



Question 4: I want to know some points about the Siege of Leningrad, also known as the Leningrad Blockade.

Answer 4: This was undoubtedly the most tragic period in the history of the city, a period full of suffering and heroism. For everyone who lives in St. Petersburg the Blokada (the Siege) of Leningrad is an important part of the city's heritage and a painful memory for the population's older generations. The siege lasted for a total of 900 days, from September 8, 1941 until January 27, 1944. The city's almost 3 million civilians (including about 400,000 children) refused to surrender and endured rapidly increasing hardships in the encircled city. Food and fuel stocks were limited to a mere 1-2 month supply, public transport was not operational and by the winter of 1941-42 there was no heating, no water supply, almost no electricity and very little food. In January 1942 in the depths of an unusually cold winter, the city's food rations reached an all time low of only 125 grams (about 1/4 of a pound) of bread per person per day. In just two months, January and February of 1942, 200,000 people died of cold and starvation in Leningrad . Despite these tragic losses and the inhuman conditions the city's war industries still continued to work and the city did not surrender.

Question 5: I’ve heard a lot about one girl’s diary which associated with the blockade. What is her name?

Answer 5: You say about the diary of Tanya Savicheva, a girl of 11, her notes about starvation and deaths of her sister, then grandmother, then brother, then uncle, then another uncle, then mother. The last three notes say "the Savichevs died", "Everyone died" and "Only Tanya is left." She died of progressive dystrophy shortly after the siege. Her diary was shown at theNuremberg trials.



Question 6: I feel sorry for city-dwellers of Leningrad. But I’ve heard about  "Road of Life" and everyone who wanted could leave the city.

Answer 6: Several hundred thousand people were evacuated from the city across Lake Ladoga via the famous "Road of Life" ("Doroga Zhizni") - the only route that connected the besieged city with the mainland. During the warm season people were ferried to the mainland, and in winter - carried by trucks that drove across the frozen lake under constant enemy bombardment. But the greater part of city-dwellers didn’t leave Leningrad. Meanwhile, the city lived on. The treasures of the Hermitage and the suburban palaces of Petrodvorets and Pushkin were hidden in the basements of the Hermitage and St Isaac's Cathedral. Many of the city's students continued their studies and even passed their finals exams. Dmitry Shostakovich wrote his Seventh "Leningrad" Symphony and it was performed in the besieged city.

Question 7: Do you remember the names of major heroes of those times?

Answer 7: At the beginning of The Great Patriotic War thousands of young soviet patriots went to fight against German invaders. The remarkable heroes came out of the young people and they conquered the profound love of all soviet people. The deeds of Zoya Kosmodemyanskaya, Lisa Tchaikina, Uriy Smirnov, Nikolay Kuznetsov went down into the history of Russia. Patriotism, friendship of all soviet people contributed to the victory over the fascism.

The young patriots went to the front as volunteers. Komsomol mobilized about 900 000 komsomols during first three days of the war. They performed such exploits which all people admire. The first heroes of the Soviet Union were pilots-komsomols Stepan Zdorovtsov, Petr Kharitonov and Mikhail Zhukov. Over 3 000 000 of komsomols were honored with medals. Over 1 500 of young komsomols were honored with a title the Hero of the Soviet Union. The exploits or these heroes will always dwell in memory of our people and future generations.



Question 8: The most powerful weapon of the World War II was BM-13 multiple rocket launcher, based on a ZIS-6 truck, called Katyusha . Why such a strange name?

Answer 8: There are some different versions. Initially, concerns for secrecy kept their military designation from being known by the soldiers who operated them. They were called by code names such as Kostikov guns (after the head of the Reaction-Engine Scientific Research Institute), and finally classed as Guards Mortars. The name BM-13 was only war allowed into secret documents in 1942. According to another version, because they were marked with the letter K (for Voronezh Komintern Factory), Red Army troops adopted a nickname from Mikhail Isakovsky's popular wartime song, "Katyusha", about a girl longing for her absent beloved, who has gone away on military service. Katyusha is the Russian equivalent of Katie, an endearing diminutive form of the name Katherine: Yekaterina →Katya →Katyusha.

Pr.1 : Let’s listen to this song!

Apple trees and pear trees were a flower,

River mist was rising all around.

Young Katyusha went strolling by the hour

On the steep banks,

O'er the rocky ground.

By the river's bank she sang a love song

Of her hero in a distant land.

Of the one she'd dearly loved for so long,

Holding tight his letters in her hand.

Oh, my song, song of a maiden's true love,

To my dear one travel with the sun.

To the one who Katyusha loves so,

Bring my greetings to him, one by one.

Let him know that I am true and faithful,

Let him hear the love song that I send.

Tell him as he defends our home that grateful,

True Katyusha our love will defend.

Apple trees and pear trees were a flower,

River mist was rising all around.

Young Katyusha went strolling by the hour

On the steep banks,

O'er the rocky ground.


Question 9: The Act of Military Surrender was signed on May, 8, 1945. Why then is Victory Day celebrated on the 9th of May?

Answer 9: (корреспондент российских СМИ устно объясняет причину празднования Дня Победы именно 9 мая, одновременно на слайде-презентации выводится текст документа «Акт о безоговорочной капитуляции»)

After the signing of Military Surrender some Nazi forces still remained on the territory of Czechoslovakia in Prague. The Soviet tank units rushed quickly there and on the 9th of May liberated Prague. That’s why we celebrate Victory Day on the 9th of May.

Звучит стихотворение «Возвращались солдаты с войны…»

With soldiers coming back from war,

All around clock the troop – trains roar,

The soldiers coming back from war,

As in a dream through Moscow pour.

Now back from war the old men come

And fathers, who are still quite young.

Back to Siberia they come,

The men who fish and trap and hunt.

Who drive machineries, who know

In peaceful valleys what to grow –

The giant – people now return…

Returning?

No!

The victor – people

Forward go!



  1. Подведение итогов урока-телемоста. Рефлексия.

(учащимся-представителям британских СМИ предлагается выполнить ряд заданий, направленных на закрепление полученных ими в ходе телемоста знаний)

Задание 1: «Восстановите хронологическую цепь основных событий Великой Отечественной Войны».



Задание 2: «Из предложенного списка выберите фамилии героев Великой Отечественной Войны».



Pr.1 : Our meeting is over. I hope, we answered all your questions, our guests! We’ll be glad to see you again.



Список литературы

Кузовлев В.П. English 9, - М., Просвещение, 2013

Гиреев М.А. Неоднозначные страницы войны: очерки о проблемных вопросах ВОВ, - М., 1995

История Отечества в лицах: Биографическая энциклопедия, - М., 1993

Россия XIXXX вв.: Взгляд зарубежных историков / отв. ред. А.Н. Сахаров. – М., 1996

Союзники в войне. 1941 – 1945. – М., 1995






























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Цель урока:  формирование умения ведения монологической и диалогической речи.

Задачи урока:

социокультурный аспект: знакомство  учащихся с историческими фактами о Великой Отечественной Войне, знаменитыми участниками войны.

развивающий аспект: развитие способности к распределению и переключению внимания, к непроизвольному запоминанию при восприятии речи на слух, к сравнению и сопоставлению фактов, к формулированию выводов из прочитанного и услышанного на уроке; развитие способности к подбору выражений, адекватных ситуации.

воспитательный аспект: формирование гуманитарного мировоззрения; уважительного отношения к героям ВОВ, развитие патриотизма.

учебный аспект: развитие речевого умения  диалогической речи, развитие речевого умения монологического высказывания по модели.

Сопутствующие задачи: развитие умения читать с общим охватом содержания, с целью извлечения конкретной информации, развитие навыков аудирования с детальным пониманием.

Речевойматериал:

репродуктивный: a patriot, a war, a soldier,  victory, a battle, volunteer, to honor.

продуктивный: a troop, Nazi, military, to fail, to push back, an invader, to mobilize, an exploit, a surrender.

 

 

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