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МОСКВА – СТОЛИЦА НАШЕЙ РОДИНЫ.


Ролевая игра представляет собой условное воспроизведение ее участниками реальной практической деятельности людей.

Ролевая игра мотивирует речевую деятельность - актуализируется потребность что-либо сказать, спросить, выяснить, доказать, поделиться впечатлениями с собеседником.

Ролевая игра активизирует социальное употребление иностранного языка: не только говорящий, но и слушающий максимально активен.

Ролевая игра влияет на формирование познавательных Интересов школьников, содействует развитию таких качеств, как самостоятельность, инициативность и доброжелательность, воспитывает чувство коллективизма. Об одном из таких уроков-игр мне бы хотелось рассказать.

Это обобщающий урок по теме "Москва - столица нашей Родины".


Предварительная работа включала:

  1. Изучение новых слов и выражений из текстов учебников;

  2. Обсуждение всех прочитанных текстов в ситуациях, микро-диалогах, диалогах, в вопросо-ответных упражнениях; (примерные ситуации прилагаются)

  3. Изучение и повторение грамматических структур: Complex Object and Subject; порядок слов в вопросительном и повествовательном предложениях; the tenses of the verbs.

Для обобщающего урока была предложена ролевая игра: «Ученик в роли учителя». Заочеая экскурсия по Москве с последующим обсуждением.


План урока:


Предполагаемая ситуация:

Группа английских школьником в Москве. Они знакомятся с достопримечательностями столицы. Группа: Элис, Ив, Сесили, Маргарет, Глория, Берт, Генри (Alice, Eve, Cecily, Margaret, Gloria, Bert, Henry) Руководитель группы: Наталья

Задачи: Проверка умений и навыков говорения в монологической и диалогической форме по теме "Москва"; развитие познавательных и творческих способностей учащихся; развитие самостоятельности, инициативности; воспитание чувства прекрасного. Оборудование: презентация видами Москвы, открытки с видами Москвы.

Урок длится 90 минут.


1. Заочная экскурсия по Москве:

Teacher: Dear friends! I'm very pleased to welcome you in our city. And this is your teacher and guide Natalya.

Natalya: Dear boys and girls. I'm very glad to see you in our country and in our city. You can get acquainted with our traditions, customs and culture. And now we are going sightseeing. Our coach is here. Please, look and listen to me. (см. Приложение I).

2. Обсуждение.

Учащиеся возвращаются с экскурсии.

Natalya: Well, my friends! How are you? Did you like our city? Have you got any questions? (см. Приложение 2).

Natalya: All your questions were very interesting. And now I have some to you. (На столе карточки с вопросами. Учащиеся выходят, берут карточку, знакомятся с ней, выбирают нужные открытки и отвечают, (см. Приложение 3).

Natalya: All of you have answered very well. Thank you.

3. Подведение итогов:

Teacher: It was our first role-play "The pupil in the teacher's role." I was very glad to listen to you and you, my dear Natalya, were wonderful as the teacher and guide. Your English was excellent. Thank you very much.

Приложение 1

Moscow

Moscow is the capital of Russia. It is also the largest cultural centre of the country. At about the same time, in the year 1147, in a part of the world Londoners had never heard of, a town was founded by a prince on a site which he chose for its beauty and convenient location in the middle of a magnificent forest, on the bank of a river called "Moskva". The river gave its name to the city, which later became the capital of the Russian state. When the first trade contacts were established between England and Russia, the English pronounced the name of the Russian capital in their own way-Muscovy. From this comes the modern Muscovite, a person living in Moscow.

Like London, Moscow was never planned. It grew up around its centre, which was surrounded by a wooden wall. The wooden wall originally built of oak logs, was later replaced by a brick one. In 1367 Prince Dimitri Donskoi built a wall of white stone around the Kremlin hill and palaces, cathedrals and churches were built inside it, forming what is known as the Kremlin.

A hundred years later Tzar Ivan III built new walls and towers of red brick, as we see them today. Because the Kremlin was primarily a fortress it was built with very high and thick walls. The oldest tower is Tainitskaya, built in 1485. The biggest tower of the Kremlin was called Spasskaya whose bells are hear on the state radio. The first clock was installed in 1625 and the present clock was made in the middle of the last century.

In Moscow there are more than 80 museums, many theatres and libraries, and about 100 parks. The largest museums are the Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts and the State Tretyakov Gallery. The State Tretyakov Gallery is a major research, artistic, cultural and educational centre in Russia, and a museum of Russian art. Founded as a private collection in 1856 by the merchant Pavel Tretyakov, a patron of the arts, it was donated as a gift to the city of Moscow in 1882.

The State Tretyakov Gallery has a rich collection of old Russian icons from the 11 th - 17th centuries, and many fine examples of Russian painting from the 18th to the early 20th centuries.

The Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts in Moscow, which collection includes works of art of the Orient and Ancient Egypt, of Ancient Greece and Rome, and Western Europe, ranks second in size after the famous Hermitage in St. Petersburg. It was founded in 1912 as a museum of plaster moulds on the initiative of Ivan Tsvetaev, the father of the renowned poetess Marina Tsvetaeva. Other unique museums in Moscow are the All-Russia Museum of Decorative, Applied and Folk Art, the Museum of the Arts of the Peoples of the East, and the Andrei Roublev Museum of Early Russian Art.

Alexei Bakhrushin's Theatre Museum, the Mikhail Glinka Museum of Musical Culture and the Polytechni-cal Museum, featuring displays that illustrate humanity's technological progress throughout the centuries, enjoy great popularity. Moscow is a city of theatre-goers and Moscow theatres are famous all over the world. The best-known of which is the Bolshoi Theatre founded in 1776. Today many outstanding singers, dancers, musicians star on its stage.


Приложение 2.

Alice: When was the Kremlin built?

N. In 1147 byJuri Dolgorukii. More than 800 years ago.

Eve: I don't know about Dmitry Donskoi. What was he?

N: Oh, it's very interesting. In 1367 prince Dmitry Donskoi built a wall of white stone around the Kremlin hill.

Cecily: Moscow is the biggest city, isn't it?

N: Thank you for your question. Yes, it is. Its population is about 10 million people. There are several universities, a great number of institutes and schools in it. It's the seat of the Russian government.

Margaret: I'd like to know more about the Tretyakov Gallery. Who was it founded by?

N: Oh, it's very interesting, too. Pavel Tretyakov was a patron of arts and a merchant. He gave the wonderful collection to the city of Moscow. And the Tretyakov Gallery has a rich collection of old Russian icons from the 11th to the 17th centures, and paintings from the 18th to the early 20th centuries.

Gloria: When was the Pushkin Museum founded?

N. In 1912, as a museum of plaster moulds on the initiative of Ivan Tsvetaev, the father of the renowned poetess Marina Tsvetaeva.

Bert: What other museums are there in Moscow?

N: It's an interesting question. There are the All- Russia Museum of Decorative art, the Museum of the Art of the Peoples of the East and the Andrei Roublev Museum of Early Russian Art.

Henry: Moscow is a city of theatre-goers. What could you say about it?

N: Thank you for your interesting question. Moscow theatres are famous all over the world. The best-known of them is the Bolshoi Theatre. It was founded in 1776. Drama theatres and studios are very popular in Moscow.

Приложение 3.


1 1. When did Prince Dmitri Donskoi build a wall of white stone around the Kremlin hill?

2. What is the Tretyakov Gallery?

3. Many museums enjoy great popularity. What do they exhibit?
№ 2 1. When was Moscow founded?

  1. What famous museums are there in Moscow?

  2. What collections has the Tretyakov Gallery?

3 1. When did Tzar Ivan III build new walls and towers of red brick?

2. What is the major research, artistic, cultural and educational centre in Russia?

3. How many amateur studios are there in Moscow?
№ 4 1. Which tower of the Kremlin is the biggest one?

  1. When was the Tretyakov Gallery founded?

  2. Who stars on the stage of the Bolshoi Theatre?

5 1. When was the first clock of the Spasskaya tower installed?

  1. Who was the Tretyakov Gallery founded by?

  2. Which are the best-known theatres of Moscow?


6 1. Which tower is the oldest one? When was it built?

  1. How many museums, theatres and libraries are there in Moscow?

  2. Who was Pavel Tretyakov?

Situations:

  1. Your friend from Australia is a student of the Art School. He is going to be an artist. During his visit to Russia he would like to visit the best art museums in Moscow. He asks you for an advice.

  2. Your friend from the USA dreams of becoming a theatrical critic. What theatres and theatrical museums in Moscow will you recommend him to visit and why?

  3. Recently you got acquainted with a writer from Great Britain. He is writing a book about Moscow. You are a Muscovite. Think of the museums and theatres in Moscow which are worth mentioning in the book.

  4. Your English pen-friend is your guest in Moscow. He has just looked through the guide-book on Moscow and has some questions to ask you. Discuss with your friend what places of interest in Moscow are the best ones to visit.

  5. Soon a quiz "Do you know Moscow" will be held in your class. Think of five interesting and original questions for this quiz.



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Данный урок проводится в форме ролевой игры. Ролевая игра представляет собой условное воспроиз­ведение ее участниками реальной практической дея­тельности людей.

Ролевая игра мотивирует речевую деятельность - ак­туализируется потребность что-либо сказать, спросить, выяснить, доказать, поделиться впечатлениями с собе­седником.

Ролевая игра активизирует социальное употребление иностранного языка: не только говорящий, но и слушаю­щий максимально активен.

Ролевая игра влияет на формирование познавательных Интересов школьников, содействует развитию таких ка­честв, как самостоятельность, инициативность и добро­желательность, воспитывает чувство коллективизма. Об одном из таких уроков-игр мне бы хотелось расска­зать.

Это обобщающий урок по теме "Москва - столица на­шей Родины".

Задачи: Проверка умений и навыков говорения в моно­логической и диалогической форме по теме "Москва"; развитие познавательных и творческих способностей учащихся; развитие самостоятельности, инициативнос­ти; воспитание чувства прекрасного

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