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The plan of the lesson Date: Date: 22nd of November The theme: “The President of Independent Country Nursultan Abishevich Nazarbayev ” The aim: to give information about country’s President. To develop pupils skills and habits in reading, writing and oral speech. To educate pupils the feelings of love to their Motherland and President. Visual aids: active board, picture, cards. Type of the lesson: New Lesson
Full biography about Nazarbayev Nursultan Abishuly Nazarbayev (Kazakh: Нұрсұлтан Әбішұлы Назарбаев Russian: Нурсултан Абишевич Назарбаев born 6 July 1940) is the President of Kazakhstan, having served since the nation's independence from the Soviet Union in 1991. In April 2011, President Nazarbayev was re-elected to another five-year term receiving 95.54 percent of the vote with 89.9 percent of registered voters participating (up from 02.8 percent in the 2005 presidential election).
Early life Nazarbayev was born in Alma-ata, a rural town near Almaty, when Kazakhstan was one of the republics of the Soviet Union. His father was a poor labourer who worked for a wealthy local family until Soviet rule confiscated the family's farmland in the 1930s during Joseph Stalin's collectivization policy. Following this his father took the family to the mountains to live out a nomadic existence.His father avoided compulsory military service due to a withered arm he sustained when putting out a fire. At the end of World War II the family returned to the village of Chemolgan, and Nazarbayev began to pick up the Russian language. He performed well at school, and was sent to a boarding school in Kaskelen. After leaving school he took up a one year, government-funded scholarship at the Karaganda Steel Mill in Temirtau.
He also spent time training at a steel plant in Dniprodzerzhynsk, and therefore was away from Temirtau as riots over working conditions enveloped the town. By aged 20, he was earning a relatively excellent wage doing "incredibly heavy and dangerous work" in the blast furnace.He joined the Communist Party in 1962, and quickly became a prominent member of the Young Communist League. He soon became a full-time worker for the party, and picked up a college education at the Karagandy Polytechnic Institute.He was appointed secretary of the Communist Party Committee of the Karaganda Metallurgical Kombinat in 1972, and four years later became Second Secretary of the Karaganda Regional Party Committee. In his role as a bureaucrat, Nazarbayev spent his days dealing with legal papers, solving logistical problems and industrial disputes, as well as meeting workers to solve individual issues. He later wrote that "the central allocation of capital investment and the distribution of funds" meant that infrastructure was poor, workers were demoralized and overworked, and centrally set targets were unrealistic; he saw the steel plant's problems as a microcosm for the problems for the Soviet Union as a whole.
Rise to power In 1984, Nazarbayev became the Solute of the Council of Ministers, working under Dinmukhamed Kunayev, the First Secretary of the Communist Party of Kazakhstan. He served as First Secretary of the Kazakh Communist Party from 1989 to 1991. Nazarbayev criticized Askar Kunayev, head of the Academy of Sciences, at the 16th session of the Communist Party of Kazakhstan in January 1986 for not reforming his department. Dinmukhamed Kunayev, Nazarbayev's boss and Askar's brother, felt deeply angered and betrayed. Kunayev went to Moscow and demanded Nazarbayev's dismissal while Nazarbayev's supporters campaigned for Kunayev's dismissal and Nazarbayev's promotion. Mikhail Gorbachev accepted the resignation of a deflated Kunayev, replacing him with Gennady Kolbin, an ethnic Russian, triggering three days of riots known as the Jeltoqsan
Nazarbayev replaced Kolbin, who despite his office had little authority in Kazakhstan, on 22 June 1989. He was Chairman of the Supreme Soviet (head of state) from 22 February to 24 April 1990. Nazarbayev was elected President of Kazakhstan by the Supreme Soviet on 24 April. He supported Russian President Boris Yeltsin against the attempted coup in August 1991 by Soviet hardliners. The Soviet Union disintegrated following the failed coup, though Nazarbayev was highly concerned with maintaining the close economic ties between Kazakhstan and Russia. He won the 1991 presidential election on 1 December, winning 91.5% of the vote in an election in which no other candidate ran against him. On 21 December, he signed the Alma-Ata Protocol, thereby taking Kazakhstan into the Commonwealth of Independent States.
He’s wife Sara Alpyskyzy Nazarbayeva Sara Alpysqyzy Nazarbayeva (Kazakh: Сара Алпысқызы Назарбаева) (born 9 January, 1941, in Kzyl-Zhar, Kazakhstan) is the First Lady of Kazakhstan and wife of President Nursultan Nazarbayev. She married Nursultan in 1962 after her graduation. They now have three daughters—Dariga, Dinara and Aliya—and three grandchildren. A trained economics engineer, Sara Nazarbayeva is the Founder and Chair of Bobek an International Children's Charity Fund. For her work with children she is a winner of the Ihsan Dogramaci Family Health Foundation Prize from the World Health Organization and The International Unity Prize. Work with children Mrs. Nazarbayeva is the President of Bobek, an International Children's Foundation, which she founded in 1992 soon after the country became independent.
First daughter Dariga Nazarbayeva Dariga Nursultanqyzy Nazarbayeva (Kazakh: Дариға Нұрсұлтанқызы Назарбаева; Russian: Дарига Нурсултановна Назарбаева) (born 7 May 1963 in Temirtau, Kazakh SSR, Soviet Union) is a Kazakh lawmaker and daughter of Kazakh President Nursultan Nazarbayev. At one point she worked as head of the official state-run news agency, Khabar, but she no longer does. She formed the Kazakh political party Asar, Kazakh for "All together." Asar merged with the pro-Nazarbayev party Otan in July 2006.
2nd daughter Dinara Nazarbayeva Dinara Nursultanqyzy Nazarbayeva (Kazakh: Динара Нұрсұлтанқызы Назарбаева; Russian: Динара Нурсултановна Назарбаева, Dinara Nursultanovna Nazarbayeva) (born 19 August 1967 is a Kazakh businesswoman and the younger daughter of Kazakh President Nursultan Nazarbayev. Nazarbayeva was born in in Temirtau, Kazakh SSR, Soviet Union. Despite not being a public figure, she is the fourth richest person in Kazakhstan, with a fortune estimated to be around $1.3 billion. Personal life She is married to Timur Kulibayev,and the couple have three children: a son and two daughters.Her husband is a prominent businessman in Kazakhstan, being the third richest man in Kazakhstan and the 938th richest in the world.
3rd daughter Aliya Nazarbayeva Alia Nursultanovna Nazarbayev (Kazakh Әliya Nұrsұltanқyzy Nazarbayev, b. February 3, 1980, in Alma-Ata, Kazakhstan) - the public figure of Kazakhstan. The youngest daughter of Kazakhstan President Nursultan Nazarbayev. Biography. She was born on February 3, 1980 in Alma-Ata Almaty region of Kazakhstan. In 1999 she married Aidar Akayev. Marriage broke up in 2001, in 2007 she gave birth to her daughter Tiara Daniyarovnu Khasenova. Today Aliya is a prominent public figure of Kazakhstan, a champion of the environment and sponsor a number of environmental projects and initiatives. Education. National Music School. K.Baiseitova University of Richmond - The American International University in London, School of International Relations. George Washington University, School of International Relations. Kazakh State Academy of Law, Faculty of Law. Career. Assistant Director of Radio "Europe Plus". Consultant General Department of the Presidential Administration. Managing partner of LLP «Caspian Industries Ltd.» BusinessToday, Alia Nazarbayev has successfully developed a number of independent business entities. By Alia assets are operators «DALACOM» and «PAThWORD», Kazakhstan's largest wellness club «LUXOR», corporation "Mac Alliance," construction company "Elitstroy" etc.
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