• Ход урока 1)Приветствие учителя. Сообщение целей и задач урока.
  • 2) Работа с новыми словами .
  • 3)Аудирование текста.
  • 4) Чтение текста . Text for reading
  • 5) Чтение стихотворения « ЖДИ МЕНЯ»
  • 6) Итог урока, домашнее задание , оценки.

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    Victory Day. День Победы

    Урок английского языка на тему «Victory Day.День Победы»

    Цель: к концу урока учащиеся смогут понимать адаптированные тексты о военных событиях, говорить о юных героях войны.


    - пополнить активный и пассивный словарь учащихся, познакомив с военной лексикой;

    - научить понимать тексты о военных событиях;

    - научить говорить о военных событиях, юных героях войны в прошедших временах;

    - развивать интерес к историческому прошлому нашей страны;

    - воспитывать чувство патриотизма;

    - воспитывать чувства благодарности к погибшим в годы Великой Отечественной войны.

    Ход урока

    1)Приветствие учителя. Сообщение целей и задач урока.

    -Hello, children! Today we’ll talk about holidays.

    -What holidays do you know?

    -How do people usually celebrate it?

    -What is your favourite holiday?

    -Today our lesson is devoted to the greatest holiday of our country. It is Victory Day.

    2) Работа с новыми словами.

    -Look at the black board, there are new words.

    День Победы – VictoryDay.
    Патриотический, отечественный – patriotic.
    Война – war.
    Битва – battle.
    Ветеран – veteran.
    Парад – parade.
    Салют – salute.

    -First of all listen to me.

    -Now let’s read all together.

    3)Аудирование текста.

    Victory Day. День Победы

    One of the most remarkable public events in my country is the Victory Day. It is traditionally celebrated on the 9th of May. This patriotic holiday commemorates the victory of the USSR over the Nazi Germany. Every year in honour of this day in all cities across the country lots of cheerful parades and celebrations are held. Despite the fact that the holiday is celebrated in a flamboyant way, May 9 is a sad day for the majority of our population. Many people have lost their loved ones and close relatives during this ruthless war. From one hand everyone is happy that the country wasn’t occupied by the fascist invaders, from the other hand everyone grieves over their loss. On this day we are grateful to our saviors, to those who sacrificed their lives for us. That’s why we try to celebrate this day with honours. Some part of younger generation doesn’t understand the importance of this event, which I think is disrespectful. In my opinion, the Victory Day is one of the greatest holidays during the year. Some of my ancestors also took part in the Great Patriotic War of 1945, and I’m proud of them.

    Answer the questions.

    1. Which is one of the great holidays in our country?

    2. How do people prepare for Victory Day?

    3. How do people decorate the streets for Victory Day?

    4. How do people celebrate Victory Day?

    5. Where do people go in the evening?

    4) Чтение текста.

    Text for reading

    Choose the right headings for the parts of the text, one heading is extra.

    A. The Boy Joined an Underground Group.

    B. We Shall Always Remember the Hero.

    C. Life before the War.

    D. People’s Hard Life at War.

    E. The Boy Learnt about the War.

    Valya Kotik

    1. __________________________

    Valya Kotik was born in a small village in Ukraine. He had a brother, Vitya who was a bit older. His parents worked on a collective farm and were busy from morning till night. The boys looked after the house themselves. Valya liked reading books very much. He was a kind, friendly boy and always ready to help others. At school he was one of the best pupils. The family moved to Shepetovka where a famous hero used to live. Valya was very proud to live in that town. All the schoolchildren did their best to look like their role model. Valya made a lot of friends. The family lived a happy life.

    1. ___________________________

    One day Valya and his friends rode bicycles around the town and came home frightened

    as they had learnt about the war. A few days later their fathers went off to the front. The news from the front was sad. Nazi troops moved towards the centre of the country. People passed through the town all the time and many local people were leaving too. They did not want to stay in a peace which could soon be occupied by the fascists. The Kotiks could not leave the town as the enemy had occupied it.

    1. ____________________________

    One day a strange man came to live in their house. The man’s name was Didenko. Valya did not like him as he thought Didenko was working for the Nazis. Valya and his friends learnt about an underground group which united people to fight against the Nazis. Didenko was the leader of this group. He thought that Valya was too young to join. When he found some leaflets in his pocket the man understood that the boy really wished to fight against the enemy. From that day onwards Valya was given tasks by the underground group. The boy counted enemy tanks and soldiers – information that was important for the Red Army.

    Valya and his friends did a lot of risky tasks and Didenko worried about the boys’ lives and sent them to a partisan detachment. The man thought it was safe for them in the forest. In the detachment the boys found out how to be useful for the partisans.

    They helped to blow up enemy troop trains. Once, Valya informed the detachment that danger was coming. It saved the lives of many people and the partisan commander. The boy was awarded a medal for his courage.

    1. ___________________________

    It was his 14th birthday when Valya learnt that the Red Army had freed his native Shepetovka. The commander said that Valya should go home but the boy did not listen. He wanted to stay with the partisans and help to free a small town near Shepetovka and them would he go home. He thought like a real soldier. The partisans ran into the town and drove the Nazis away from it. Valya and some other partisans were ordered to stand guard over an ammunition dump. Shots could be heard all around. Just then something hit Valya in the stomach. Valya felt against a wall…

    Valya Kotik was buried in Shepetovka in the garden of his school. After the war he was posthumously awarded the Order of the Patriotic War and in 1958 the title of the Hero of the Soviet Union. In Shepetovka and Moscow monuments were set up in memory of this young partisan.

    Answer the question: What kind of character did the boy have?

    Prove it with examples from the text.

    5) Чтение стихотворения « ЖДИ МЕНЯ»


    Wait for me. And I’ll be back.

    But you wait a lot.

    Wait, when clouds are all black,

    And your mood is low.

    Wait, when snowing. Anyway,

    Wait, when sun is hot.

    Wait, when other’s tired to wait,

    And they starts forgot.

    Wait, when from the far away

    You could’nt get a card.

    When all tired. You just wait.

    You believe, my heart.

    Wait for me, and I’ll be back.

    Wish right way to hell

    Any talking, that you make

    Forgetting as well.

    Let to son and mom believe,

    That I’m lost at last.

    Let to friends, when hope is leave,

    Drink for me a glass.

    Get together, light a fire,

    Sit in close ring…

    You just wait. And you so far

    Don’t be hurry drink.

    Wait for me. And I’ll be back.

    Any death despite.

    Anybody can to talk:

    Lucky man, that’s right.

    They just could not understand,

    But from fire and mess

    You, just waits for happy end,

    Saved me, I guess.

    How was I can survive,

    You and me just get.

    You just waited me, my love,

    Like nobody yet.

    6) Итог урока, домашнее задание , оценки.
    And now let’s write down our home task. You must read the poem “WAIT FOR ME».Do you have any questions to me? The lesson is over. Good bye!


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