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Разработка открытого урока в 8-м классе

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Aims: 1) to learn and use N.L.U. during the lesson. To inform the students with the main events of the Great Patriotic War, to speak about some hero of the Great Patriotic War. To learn to use Grammar: Present Simple, Present Perfect, Past Simple, Past Perfect.

2) to form conversational skills, to develop reading, writing, speaking, using special N.L.U.. To use dialogues, monologues. Practice using grammar constructions.

3) to learn the students to love our Motherland, remember the heroes of the Great Patriotic War, be proud of their heroism.

To learn the students to be the patriots of our country, be brave, honest and kind, be ready to defend our country.

Visual aids: photos, pictures, stands, geographic map, slogans, lexical cards, songs, short compositions.

Type: combined lesson.

The lesson is connected with History, Literature, Geography, Russian and Kazakh History.


  1. Org. moment. Greeting. There are photos, pictures, some slogans and the geographic map on the blackboard.

  2. The teacher’s word:

On June 22,1941, fascist Germany attacked the Soviet Union. On the same On the same day the Government called on all people to rise up for a patriotic war against the fascist aggressors. All people took an active part in the war because they did not want to live under the yoke of any foreign invader. They fought for their Motherland, for a happy present and a still brighter future. By fighting against fascism, our people at the same time demonstrated their international solidarity and internationalism. They saved the people of many countries from fascism.

  1. Sounds the phonogram of the song: «Вставай, страна огромная

  2. Sounds the historical message:

Student 1

During the Great Patriotic war all people, not only adults, but even children too, fought heroically at the fronts and in the rear. They helped grown-ups everywhere. They worked in the fields, at the plants and factories; they helped the families of soldiers who were at the front.

Student 2

Many young people and even children became the members of partisan detachments. They carried messages and obtained information about the enemy plans and strength which the partisans needed. They showed great courage when they found themselves in a dangerous situation.

Student 3

World War II claimed more than 55 million lives. The war involved 72 countries. Hundreds of battles were fought during the war on land and sea. They were terrible. Our people will never forget those years of war, which began with the devastation of Russian cities and villages in June 1941, when the armies of Hitler and his supporters launched their attack on the East. Our people from Kazakhstan took an active part in the World War II.

Student 4

Our people will always remember the troubled autumn of the battle for Moscow; the Volga burning near Stalingrad, and the hungry eyes of children in Leningrad, begging their mothers for a piece of bread.

  1. the Teacher: “Now, students, let’s learn some N.L.U.”

Presentation N.L.U. (the words are written on the blackboard)

Germany – Германия

yoke - ярмо

to torture – пытать

unclad – раздетый

scafford – виселица

death – смерть

fear – страх

private – рядовой

liberation – освобождение

joy – радость

victory – победа

sign – знак, признак

star – звезда

machine-gun – пулемет

on behalf of – от имени

partisan – партизан

to nurse – ухаживать

scout – разведчик

soldier – солдат

officer – офицер

Reading the words after the teacher, with the teacher, by one self.

  1. Presentation the text: “Inna Konstantinova, a partisan” (the text is on a paper for every student).

The students read the text by a chain with the translation of part I. Part II without translation, but finding the sentences given by the teacher.

The teacher reads the sentences:

  1. Однажды фашисты задержали Инну.

  2. Офицер жег ее руки сигаретой.

  3. Она вернулась к партизанам.

  4. После этого она надолго заболела.

  5. В ноябре Инна пересекла линию фронта с несколькими разведчиками.

  6. Ей пришлось нести раненого товарища, и она могла делать это лишь ночью.

  7. Она вернулась в партизанский отряд и работала там следующие 14 месяцев.

  8. Они были в 8 км от линии фронта, когда натолкнулись на фашистов.

  9. Фашисты ранили ее в руку и в ногу.

  10. Инна упала, и фашисты убили ее.

  1. Conversation Practice:

The teacher divides the class into four groups and every student receives 5 questions over the text. The students prepare the answers:

  1. What girl was Inna Konstantinova?

  2. What diary did she leave?

  3. When did she begin to write her diary?

  4. To what form did Inna pass at that time?

  5. What did she write on her sixteenth birthday?

  6. What did she tell about her first love?

  7. Did Inna read much?

  8. How did she want to live?

  9. When did she join a nursing squad?

  10. To what column did she go in 1942?

  11. What did she learn there?

  12. Where was she sent?

  13. What did she report when she came back?

  14. Where was Inna arrested?

  15. Did she escape?

  16. When did she cross the front line?

  17. Why did Inna stay behind the front line?

  18. What mission was Inna given in 1944?

  19. Why did she decide to cover the retreat of her friends?

  20. What happened to Inna?

  1. Oral Practice.

The Teacher: “Put some questions to sentences”.

  1. The first part begins on the 18th of June, 1940.

  2. Inna got a present, it was a watch.

  3. Inna dressed as a schoolgirl and did not look like a partisan.

  4. In November Inna crossed the front line with some scouts.

  5. The enemies wounded her in the leg and then in arm.

The students prepare the questions for the sentences.

  1. Writing Practice:

The students work with lexical cards. Task: Match the translation with the words:

  1. victory

  2. sign

  3. liberation

  4. star

  5. private

  6. death

  7. scout

  8. machine-gun

  1. освобождение

  2. смерть

  3. победа

  4. рядовой

  5. разведчик

  6. знак, признак

  7. пулемет

  8. звезда

key: 1c, 2f, 3a, 4h, 5d, 6b, 7e, 8g

  1. audition: the teacher reads the dialogue:

  • Peter, did your grandfather take part in the Great Patriotic War?

  • Yes, he did. In 1942 he was wounded and came to partisans.

  • Did he fight together with the partisans?

  • Yes, he did. He stayed with them till 1943. He was a scout.

  • Did he cross the front line?

  • Of course, he did. He got some important information about the enemy.

  • Is your grandfather alive now?

  • Yes, he lives in Almaty.

After reading the dialogue, the students do a short test:

Sentences for the test:

  1. Peter’s elder brother took part in the Great Patriotic War. –

  2. Peter’s grandfather was wounded in 1942. +

  3. He came to the soldiers. –

  4. He came to partisans. +

  5. The grandfather stayed with them till 1945. –

  6. The grandfather never crossed the front line. –

  7. Peter’s grandfather lives in Astana. –

  8. Peter’s grandfather lives in Almaty. +

  1. Doing the crossword puzzle on the blackboard.


  1. Эвакуировать

  2. Рядовой

  3. Разведчик

  4. Госпиталь

  5. Солдат

  6. Звезда

  7. радость

















































  1. Practice in some dialogues.

The students compose some short dialogues and speak in the classroom.

Sounds 2-3 dialogues.

  1. The teacher’s word:

People in many countries celebrate the Victory Day, the victory over fascist Germany. In the USA people celebrate Memorial Day, May, 30. They honor the servicemen who gave their lives in wars. They put up the flags on the graves, put flowers.

  1. While sounds the phonogram of the song “May Always Be Sunshine” (words by L. Oshanin, music by A. Ostrovsky)

Bright blue the sky,

Sun upon high –

That was the little boy’s picture.

He drew for you,

Wrote for you, too,

Just to make clear what he drew.


May there always be sunshine,

May there always be blue skies,

May there always be Mummy,

May there always be me!!!

The teacher:

We are against the war, we want peace, love and friendship all over the world.

There is a poster oh the blackboard, I want you to take the hands, which are cut from the paper and to write your wishes.

Please, put down them!

The students are writing on the paper the words: peace, love, friendship, kindness, honour, justice, moderation, wisdom.

While the students do this, sounds the phonogram of the song “Victory Day” (words by V. Kharitonov, music by D. Tukhmahov)

Victory Day, Victory Day, Victory Day!

There were moments when it seemed so far away!

There were miles, dusty miles ahead, we knew,

But we struggled on to make our dream come true.

Oh, Victory Day!

Smell of gun smoke in the air,

Festive day

With the silver in its hair,

Joy and laughter,

But not without a tear…

Victory Day!

Victory Day!

Victory Day!


  1. Home work: to learn N.L.U., prepare short dialogues. Marks.

  2. The end of the lesson.

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