Пән аты: Шет тілі. (Ағылшын тілі)Бекітемін
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Сабақ жоспары №7
The subject of the lesson:Political system of Kazakhstan. President, government and parliament.
The aims of the lesson: 1) Educational-to acquaint students with a new vocabulary and expressions on a theme:Political system of Kazakhstan. President, government and parliament.
2) Developing-to develop the ability to combine facts, to analyze, to Express their point of view.
3) Bringing up-to develop a culture of behavior during the meal
The type of the lesson:Жаңа тақырыпты таныстыру.
Interobjects connection:Kazakh language, Russian language, Geography, History
The visual aids:Мультимедиалық компьютер.
The procedure of the lesson:
Good day, students! Sit down! I am glad to see you!
We begin our English Lesson!
Conversation with on duty:
Who is on duty today?
What date is it today?
What day is it today?
Who is absent?
Thank you, very much! Sit down!
Check up the educational accessories.
Creation the language atmosphere
What is the weather like today?
What season is it now?
Is it raining today?
Barbara is a beautiful blond with
Repetition of the lesson.
Checking the home task.
What was your home task for today?
Presentation of the new material:(25мин)
"Political system of Kazakhstan"According to the Constitution, adopted at the national referendum on August 30, 1995, the Republic of Kazakhstan is a unitary state with a presidential form of government, which has three independent branches: executive, legislative and judicial.
President is the head of the state, elected by a national popular vote. Presidential term is seven years. Current President of the Republic of Kazakhstan is NursultanNazarbayev (since 24 april 1990).
The Government of Kazakhstan exercises executive power, heads the system of executive bodies and provides guidance of their activities. The Head of the government is appointed by the President when the candidature of the premier has been approved by the majority of Parliament. Personal composition of the government is appointed by the President by the presentation of candidatures by premier.
Structure and composition of the government of Kazakhstan.
Prime-minister submits for a consideration to the President the structure of the government. The structure of the government is - the Prime-Minister, Vice Prime-Minister, 3 Prime-Minister deputies and 16 ministers.
The legislative branch in Kazakhstan is represented by a bicameral Parliament: a Lower Chamber - the Majilis, and an Upper Chamber - the Senate. According to the Constitution, the Parliament is a high representative body of the Republic which carries out legislative functions.
The Senate is established by elections in each region, city and the capital of Kazakhstan deputies at joint session of deputies of all representative bodies of regions, cities of republican importance and the capital. Seven deputies of Senate are appointed by the president.
There 39 deputies in the Upper Chamber, 32 of them are elected, 7 are appointed by the Head of state.
Kazakhstan has a hybrid system of government that combines aspects of both parliamentary and presidential systems.
The principle of independence and the political system were formulated in the first Constitution of Kazakhstan of January 1993, which was approved by referendum on 30 August 1995.
Kazakhstan has a parliamentary system with a president as head of the State. Kazakhstan last presidential election was in January 2006 for a seven-year term. Kazakhstan president serves as commander-in-chief, sets foreign policy, can initiate legislation, and appoints Kazakhstan prime minister, subject to Parliamentary approval.
Kazakhstan parliament is the supreme legislative body and consists of two chambers, the Senate (Upper House) and the Mazhilis (Lower House). The 47 members of Kazakhstan Senate are indirectly elected representatives of regional assemblies and appointees of Kazakhstan president. The Mazhilis is composed of 67 elected deputies. Kazakhstan parliament is elected for a four-year term.
Kazakhstan prime minister is the head of the executive branch of government and is appointed by Kazakhstan president, with the approval of Kazakhstan parliament. He chairs the Cabinet, which, as of January 2006, consists of three Deputy Prime Ministers, the Ministers of the 14 State Ministries and the 5 Chairmen of the State Agencies.
The heads of the local administrations (Akims of 14 oblasts and 2 cities) are appointed by Kazakhstan president. Since December 1997, the capital of Kazakhstan has been Astana. From 1929 to 1997 the capital of Kazakhstan was the city of Almaty, founded in 1854.
Consolidation of the new lesson:(12 мин)
Conclusion of the lesson:(2 мин)
1. The result of the lesson
2. Home task: Exercise 12.Learn the new words.
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