Тема: Еда полезная и вредная.
Цель: Научить уч-ся читать текст, отвечать на вопросы,
составлять диалоги, рассказывать о полезной и вредной
Воспитательная цель: Воспитывать осознание важности
правильного питания, проявлять понимание и уважение к кухне других народов.
Развивающая цель: Развивать навыки чтения, говорения, аудирования, письма.
Оборудование: учебник, проектор, картины, презентация.
Беседа с дежурным.
Сообщение темы и цели урока.
1 слайд : повторение лексики
Poems about food.
Pre-reading Ex.2 page26
Reading and Listening Ex.3 page26
Post- reading Ex.3(b) page26
9 .Загадки , пословицы
A vegetable known
In gardens grown,
Her clothes a mess
She’ll make you cry
If you try. (An onion)
Round as an apple
Sweet as a pear,
Colour is dapple
Surrounded by hair. (A peach)
Oval and green
In gardens seen. (A cucumber)
Lives in woods
And lives in fields,
A sombrero hat
His body shields. (A mushroom)
1. The appetite comes with eating
Аппетит приходит во время еды.
2. After dinner sleep a while,
after supper walk a mile.
После обеда поспи, после ужина пройдись.
3.An apple a day keeps the doctor away.
Если яблоко съедаешь, о болезнях забываешь.
4.Don’t live to eat but eat to live
Не живи, чтобы есть, а ешь- чтобы жить.
5.Good health is above wealth
Здоровье выше богатства.
6.Hunger is the best sauce
Голод- лучший повар.
7.You cannot eat your cake and have it
Один пирог два раза не съешь.
8.Eat at pleasure, drink at measure
Ешь вволю, а пей в меру.
9. As hungry as a wolf
Голодный как волк.
10. Самостоятельная работа.
а) Try to read scrambled words
DINGPUD, ETA, TEAM, RUFIT, CHORBSH, LADSA,
б) Find the odd word and cross it.
Carrot, melon, onion, cabbage, potato.
Grapes, apple, pear, plum, nut.
Lemonade, tea, cocoa, sugar, coffee.
Ice-cream, toast with jam, pea-soup, cake, sweet.
Bacon, turkey, chicken, garlic, pork.
в) Dialogue ‘’ Dinner’’
г)Read about British food and retell it.
d) Unscrambled the dialogue and read it.
1.cream an ice Do want you?
2.Yes, ice cream want an I
3.you Do chocolate want?
4. Yes, want chocolate I
5.sandwich a Do want you?
6.No, sandwich I don’t want a
7.want you What do eat to?
8. eat a I want hamburger to.
e) Dialogue ‘’ Breakfast’’
ж) Match the words with translation
з) Divide foods into two groups-healthy and junk:
meat, fish, chips, cheese, Pepsi, ice-cream, Coca-Cola,
hamburgers, bacon, sweets, cheeseburgers, mineral water with gas, sour cream, fruit, vegetables, eggs, milk, bread,
butter, pizza, chicken, cereal, pudding, juice.
11.Песня « My Bonnie»
Ex.9 page 27
I’m happy to be born in the most beautiful place of our
Motherland. I was born in the Crimea.
The Crimea is situated in the south of the Ukraine. It’s
territory is 26,000 square kilometres. It’s really a treasure-
house. It’s difficult to find the place which can be compared
with the Crimea by variety and picturesque of nature.
I’d like to tell you about splendour of the Crimea, rouse the
wish to see our Motherland with your eyes, to step on our
Crimean land. Would you tell me what does the outline of the Crimea remind? Of course, it’s a heart. But it’s like a flower more.
The climate of the Crimea is different-subtropical in the south, moderate in the west and east. The Crimean drinking
water is poorly mineralized and it’s very healthy for people.
There more than a hundred springs of medicinal waters.
Such rich natural resources and the wonderful climate always attracted people.
People of many nationalities live in the Crimea in friendship and harmony. There are many natural and historical sights in the Crimea. They are Uspensky monastery in Bakhchsarai, Vorontsovsky Palase in Alupka
Nikitsky Botanical Garden in Yalta, waterfall “Dzhur-dzur”
in Alushta, Khan’s Palace and many others.
The Crimea is really the gold centre of the Earth. Visit my
Motherland and you will remember and love it forever.
What places have you visited?
Today we’ll visit Sevastopol, Yalta, the town of Stary Crym.
We’re coming to Count’s landing stage. Special guides are
Ganich F. I’d like to tell you about the monument to submerged ships. The monument to submerged ships was created according to the project of sculptor Adanison, architect Feldman and military engineer Enberg. It is an artificial cliff crowned with Corinth capital with a bronze
double eagle. The eagle holds a laurel wreath and an anchor
in its beak. A big bronze plate is attached to the foundation
of the monument. One can see a map of Sevastopol harbour, lines of submerging ships and an inscription: “To
the memory of submerged ships in 1854 and 1855.’’ The
height of the monument is 16 metres 66 cm. There are anchors from the submerged ships near the wall of the embankment. They say that if you look at the monument from the sea the eagle’s wings remind the profiles of Nakhimov and Nikolai the Second.
Bondar V. Sapun – mountain is a legendary place of battles.
This height was the key defensive position on the approach
to the city-hero during the Great Patriotic War. Many Soviet soldiers made heroic exploits there. The diorama’’Storm of Sapun – mountain of the 7 of May 1944’’ is here.
Our excursion is finishing. We are saying good- bye to the hero-city and set off for Yalta. The distance from Sevastopol isn’t long. To make our trip interesting let’s remember the poems you know. (Gayova L., Gusak I., Lisyukova N.)
At last we’ve arrived in Yalta. Here we’ll visit Nikitsky Botanical Garden, the Glade of Tales, the Zoo.
Before visiting Nikitsky Botanical Garden tell me what names of flowers and trees do you know?
Kalugin Tolya, our guide will tell us about Nikitsky Botanical Garden.
Nikitsky Botanical Garden is situated not far from Yalta.
A great collection of plants from all over the world is gathered in it. Nikitsky Botanical Garden will be 200 years old. There are three parks in it: the Upper, the Lower, and
In the Upper park you can see Chinese palms with shaggy
trunks. Each leaf of such palm lives for 4 years. There are so big palms under one leaf of which ten people can hide.
There are brushwoods of bamboo. A bamboo lives for 100 years. A sequvoye or mamoth tree lives in the Nikitsky Garden. They are not afraid of fire because its bark is very
thick and absorbs a lot of water. These trees live for 4 or 5
In the Upper Garden roses of different forms and colours grow.
The Lower Garden is the oldest corner. Pines, oaks, cypresses grow here. There is a grove of olive trees. Bananas, cork oaks, tulip trees grow. At the beginning of the palm alley there are different kinds of cactuses. In the
Lower Garden there is a grove of cedars. In spring and summer tulips, roses and irises are in blossom. It’s fantastic. In October I visited the Nikitsky Botanical Garden and saw the Parade of chrysanthemums. I’ll remember my excursion forever.
Our excursion is over, we enjoyed the beauty of the garden, breathed the fresh air and now we set off for the Glade of Tales. Yulya will tell us about it.
A glade of tales is a museum under the open air, where you can find more than 200 characters from children’s books, cartoons, legends. Professional painters and sculptors helped them to settle here. They turned wood, copper, aluminium, decorative stone and other materials into wonderful sculptures of favourite fairy heroes. Many characters of famous fairy tales gathered here. 30 handsome knights, Red Riding Hood, a cat in boots are here. It’s a great fun in “a glade of tales.” Forest musicians cheer people, the crocodile Gena plays his garmoshka. There are many wizards, sorcerers ,witches. Baba-Yaga calls children to her hut on her chicken’s legs. Serpent Gorynych the human enemy is here. But they don’t do any harm to children because many fairy characters such as Svytogor, Sympton’s brothers, Cossacks from Saporozhye defend children. Tourists visit the Kingdom of Crooked mirrors. They are in delight. Baba-Yaga and Kikimora invite all the guests to the fairy tale performance in the wonderful forest theatre. Not only fairy tale characters but chidren and grown ups take part in this performance. Baba –Yaga gives
presents to the winners of different competitions. I think “A Glade of Tales” is a wonder which brings smiles, beauty, joy and pleasant memories to the world.
Не бойся сказки,
А сказка? Сказка не обманет!
Друзьям ты сказку расскажи.
На свете больше правды станет.
Now we are going to visit the zoo. But before going there let’s remember the names of birds and animals. Our guides Nikita and Dima will tell us about it.
I’d like to tell you about the history of this wonderful corner in the Crimea, about animals of this Fairyland. The zoo “Fairy tale” is the first private zoo in Ukraine. The history of the zoo begins in 1990. A zoological corner was founded next to the one of the places of interest in Yalta “a Glade of tales.” The tourists could see many bears, squirrels, peacocks and other animals. The zoo “Fairy tale” was founded by Oleg Zubkov in 1995. More than 100 species of animals and 600 species of birds live here. The zoo is situated in the picturesque place not far from the Crimean waterfall “Uchan-Su” the noise of which is heard in the distance of some kilometres. We can feel the atmosphere of mutual love between human and animals. You can feed and stroke animals. You can buy food for animals and birds in the stalls here. Many little goats, pygmean piglets, rabbits live next to tigers, lions, bears, monkeys. There are many griffon-vultures, eagles, African and Australian ostriches, peacocks, decorative hens, ducks, white and black swans in the zoo. I enjoy visiting the zoo.
I think you liked our excursion.
And now we’ll set off for the town of Stary Krym.
Беседа о бережном отношении к природе.
We are coming to the town of Stary Krym. We’ll visit the mountain Agar Mysh, see the beauty of this countryside. Our guide Anya will tell us about Agar Mysh. One of the most interesting objects of the countryside of the town Stary Krym is Agarmysh. Agarmysh is a mou ntainous range stretching from the south-west to the north- east. It’s
length is about 8 kilometres. Agarmysh promoted the appearance of a settlement in the local plain. Agarmysh is a natural obstacle from the northern winds and provides the plain with valuable water. It consists of caves, cracks, chinks, craters. They are formed in the result of dissolution of limestone for many ages. The name “Agarmysh” means “albescent” from the Turkic language. Agarmysh is an interesting object for excursions. You can see beautiful landscapes from the peak of the mountain. When my parents and I were traveling in the countryside of Stary Krym. I saw many peaks of the Crimean mountains covered with thick forest. On the peak of Agarmysh we saw a wonderful place-a little clean string. There are many places for rest in the forest equipped with tables, benches and fire places. We could see many animals and birds here: simple and gold pheasant, a little deer, a wild boar, a wild cat, goats. Juniper gardens are a relic place in the mountain. I remembered the clean air and tender aroma of juniper. Juniper has been put in the Red Book of Ukraine. The forests here are very beautiful. There are many huge oaks, pines. We must take care of nature, animals and birds. It’s our duty.
We’re leaving this beautiful land and going to our native village Vladislavovka. Let’s sing a song.
We’re coming to Vladislavovka. Our guide Slava is meeting us. He’ll tell us about the history of Vladislavovka.
And now we’ve arrived in our native village.
Vladislavovka is situated between two seas: the Black Sea and the Sea of Asov in the lowland near the mountain ridge Botygach which begins near our village and spreads to the village of Otvazhnoye. Vladislavovka is a big railway station. There is a library, an ambulance station, a chemist’s shop, a school, a church, a House of culture, shops, stalls. Our village is big and multinational. The population is 3223 people. Many years ago it was a small crym tatar settlement Oiguyu. The people bred sheep. The first Russian settlers appeared in the second quarter of the 19th centure. They started coming to the village after 1861 from Kursk and Voronezh regions. They were engaged in farming. They grew wheat, barley and oats. Our village was divided into three parts: the Central part, Amur and Novomykhailovka or Balabayevka. Only rich peasants live here. It was very difficult to provide people with water. That’s why people began building a pond. But to drink healthy water people digged wells. One of the wells was called “Krasny”. The water in that well was very tasty with pink colour. The village was named after the engineer Vladislavovsky who led the building of the road and the railway station. Then at the end of the 19th century a railroad to Feodosia was built in the initiative of I. K. Ivasovsky.
During the Great Patriotic War hard battles took place in Vladislavovka. Many people died here. Two monuments were erected in Vladislavovka: one to the citizens of Vladislavovka who died during the war and another to the memory of those people who freed our village. In the Soviet period there was a collective farm “ Krasnaya armya” in the village. The North- Crimean canal was built for watering fields and gardens of the farm, the road Dzhankoy-Feodosia were built. Nowadays people of many nationalities live in friendship and peace; they study, work, love and bring up their children.