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Разработка урока на английском языке "Решение Большой Тройки"

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Предчтение

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1. Look at the photos.

- Who are these people?

- Where are they?

- Why did they meet together?

2. Read the first sentence of the text to see if the original predictions were correct.

In November, 1943, Joseph Stalin, Winston Churchill and Franklin D. Roosevelt met together in Teheran, Iran, to discuss military strategy and post-war Europe.

3. Do you know anything about this meeting?

4. Fill in the chart Know-Want to know – Learnt


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Text. Sentence 1

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Чтение

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5. Look through the text. What do these dates refer to?

1942- spring 1943 - November 1943 – spring 1944 – June 1944

6. Read the text and divide it into 5 paragraphs.

(See the text)

7. Match the headings with the paragraphs. One heading is extra.


8. Use some of the key words to complete the sentences.

to discuss military strategy - post-war Europe - the Allies - open a second front - to land troops - to result - heavy casualties - fear - remind of a promise – postpone to - an allied invasion - start an offensive

  1. The leaders of the Allies troops met in Teheran to …

  2. The leaders of the UK and the USA did not hurry up to … because they thought that it would result in …

  3. The Allies first promised to … in …

  4. The Allies … to open-up the Second Front from 1942 to 1943.

  5. It was agreed to … in the spring of 1944.


Timeline

1942- spring 1943 - November 1943 – spring 1944 – June 1944

Text

Table “Headings and paragraphs”


Keys:1 – D, 2 – E, 3 – C, 4 – A, 5 - F








Key words

to discuss military strategy - post-war Europe - the Allies - open a second front - to land troops - to result - heavy casualties - fear - remind of a promise – postpone to - an allied invasion - start an offensive

sentences


Послечтение


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9. Now discuss the following:

1) Why was it necessary to get some help from the UK and the USA?

2) Why did the results of Stalingrad Battle change the minds of the leaders of the countries? (the UK and the USA, the Soviet Union?)

3) What was the significance of the Second Front for the Soviet Army and the Second World War itself?

4) Why do countries go to war?

5) What do wars achieve?

6) Many children like to pretend to be soldiers. Why?


10. Let’s come back to our chart. What have you learnt today?

Questions for discussion

Home task

11. Surf the Net and find more details about the D-day.










In November, 1943, Joseph Stalin, Winston Churchill and Franklin D. Roosevelt met together in Teheran, Iran, to discuss military strategy and post-war Europe.


Fears of the Allies

Since 1941, Stalin had been demanding that the Allies open a second front in Europe. Churchill and Roosevelt argued that any attempt to land troops in Western Europe would result in heavy casualties. Until the Soviet's victory at Stalingrad in January, 1943, Stalin had feared that The Soviet Union would not win without a second front.

Attempts to convince the Allies

At Teheran, Joseph Stalin reminded Churchill and Roosevelt of a previous promise of landing troops in Western Europe in 1942. Later they postponed it to the spring of 1943. Stalin complained that it was now November and there was still no sign of an allied invasion of France.

The Great Decision

After long discussions it was agreed that the Allies would start a major offensive in the spring of 1944.


The D-Day

The D-Day landings in June, 1944, created a second-front and took the pressure off the Red Army and from that date they made steady progress into territory held by Germany.


The significance of the Second Front




From the memoirs published by those who took part in the negotiations in Teheran, it would appear that Stalin dominated the conference. Alan Brook, chief of the British General Staff, was later to say: "I rapidly grew to appreciate the fact that he had a military brain of the very highest caliber. Never once in any of his statements did he make any strategic error, nor did he ever fail to appreciate all the implications of a situation with a quick and unerring eye. In this respect he stood out compared with Roosevelt and Churchill."









Student’s card

In November, 1943, Joseph Stalin, Winston Churchill and Franklin D. Roosevelt met together in Teheran, Iran, to discuss military strategy and post-war Europe. Since 1941, Stalin had been demanding that the Allies open a second front in Europe. Churchill and Roosevelt argued that any attempt to land troops in Western Europe would result in heavy casualties. Until the Soviet's victory at Stalingrad in January, 1943, Stalin had feared that the Soviet Union would not win without a second front. At Teheran, Joseph Stalin reminded Churchill and Roosevelt of a previous promise of landing troops in Western Europe in 1942. Later they postponed it to the spring of 1943. Stalin complained that it was now November and there was still no sign of an allied invasion of France. After long discussions it was agreed that the Allies would start a major offensive in the spring of 1944. The D-Day landings in June, 1944, created a second-front and took the pressure off the Red Army and from that date they made steady progress into territory held by Germany.

Task 4 Task 7

Use some of the key words to complete the sentences.

to discuss military strategy - post-war Europe - the Allies - open a second front - to land troops - to result - heavy casualties - fear - remind of a promise – postpone to - an allied invasion - start an offensive

  1. The leaders of the Allies troops met in Teheran to …

  2. The leaders of the UK and the USA did not hurry up to … because they thought that it would result in …

  3. The Allies first promised to … in …

  4. The Allies … to open-up the Second Front from 1942 to 1943.

  5. It was agreed to … in the spring of 1944.

Task 11 Surf the Net and find more details about the D-day.

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