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TRAVELLING. around the Urals (урок в 8 классе) учитель Ваторопина Е.В. МОУ СОШ № 67 г.Екатеринбург. Aims of the lesson.

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  1. TRAVELLING around the Urals(урок в 8 классе) учитель Ваторопина Е.В. МОУ СОШ № 67 г.Екатеринбург

  2. Aims of the lesson Today we are going on talking about travelling around the Urals and Ekaterinburg. We shall learn and discuss information about the most interesting and significant places of our region and native town. Also we shall listen to your classmates. They will tell us about results of their research work. We’ll read the text about the Urals.

  3. to travel - путешествовать to spend time – проводитьвремя to take picturesof - фотографировать to enjoy - получатьудовольствие to be fond of - любить to visit - посещать to admire - восхищаться to be constructed – бытьпостроенным marvellous - восхитительный сharming - очаровательный fascinating - пленительный sightseeing – осмотрдостопримечательностей monument - памятник church – церковь infrastructure - инфраструктура route - маршрут cave - пещера cathedral - собор leaning tower – наклоннаябашня residence - резиденция palace - дворец museum - музей exhibition – выставка architecture - архитектура style - стиль modern - современный classicism - классицизм influence - влияние to appear - появляться to save – сохранять exciting – волнующий, захватывающий Topical Vocabulary

  4. Questions • What do people travel for? • Why do people choose different means of travel? • What do most travellers and holiday-makers take a camera with them for?

  5. TOURIST ROUTESOF THE URALSBespalova Liza,Kayavo Leta, form 8 “b” Aim of the project : To learn information about the most interesting and significant places of Ekaterinburg and popular tourist routes in the Urals

  6. The Urals The ancient ridge of the Ural Mountains stretching for two thousand kilometres presents a natural boundary between Europe and Asia, at the same time, a link, a steel seam, tying up the two parts of the world in a single grand Continent of Eurasia. The Ural Mountains, which are also called the Stone Belt, extend for 2500 km from hot Kazakh Steppes to the frozen coast of the Arctic Ocean. The climate is extreme continental: winters are cold (minus 16-20°C in January), and summers are warm (plus 16-25 °C in July). There are years, though, when it rains in December and snows in June. The weather in the Urals is characteristic more of Asia, rather than of Europe. The town of Ivdel stands in the latitude of St Petersburg, but the weather in January there is two times colder than in the city on the Neva. The region's mountainous landscape is a factor that influences strongly its climate.

  7. The widest part of the Urals comprisesdozens of parallel ridges. It is bounded in the North and the South by the valleysof Ufalei and Ural rivers and is called the South Urals. The highest mountains of the South Urals - Yamantau (1640 m) and Bolshoi Iremel (1582 m) - are located in the western row of the ridges. The Middle Urals presents the most lived-in-part of the Urals. The major transport routes connecting the European Russia and Siberia pass here. The legendary Chusovaya river - the only river in the Urals that crosses the mountain chains from the east to the west - runs its waters in the Middle Urals. The North Urals extends strictly in the meridional direction up to the latitudinal section of the valley of the Shchuger river. Telposiz (the "Nest of Winds") is the highest mountain (1617 m).

  8. Investigation In the course of our research paper we had to find out what our schoolmates know about Ekaterinburg and the Urals, what places they have visited and how they get information about interesting places of our city and region. That’s why we questioned our schoolmates.

  9. QUESTIONNAIRЕ (120 pupils from 8 – 11 forms were asked) I. What interesting places of Ekaterinburg do you know? II. If your friend comes to your native town, what interesting places would you like to show him/her first of all (not more than 3)? III. What do you think are the most interesting and significant sights in the Urals? IV. How have you learnt about these sights? V. Would you like to learn more information about you native town and region at school?

  10. QuestionnaireResults Places young people would like to show to their guests • Circus • Opera House • Vayner street – Ekaterinburg “Arbat”

  11. The most wide-known interesting places of Ekaterinburg • Circus • Voznesenskaya Hill • “Carabas”, “Eldorado” • Opera House • Ekaterinburg “Arbat” • The Concert Hall “Kosmos” • Church on the Blood

  12. The most famous and loved by our schoolmates sights in the Urals • Verkhoturye. Trinity Cathedral • Nevyansk. Leaning Tower • Kungur. The Ice Caves • Ganina Yama • Chyortovo Gorodishe • Park “Deers’ Streams”

  13. How have you learnt about interesting places of Ekaterinburg and the Urals? 1 – newspapers, magazines 2 – TV-programmes 3 – Internet 4 – radio 5 – friends, classmates 6 – teachers 7 – parents 8 – others (books, video)

  14. Would you like to learn more information about your native town and region at school? 86% - Yes 8% - No 6% - Don’t know

  15. Ekaterinburg. The Palace on Voznesenskaya Hill Voznesenskaya Church

  16. Church onthe Blood was constructed in 2003. Architects – V.Morozov, V.Grachyov, G.Mazaev

  17. Vaynerstreet - Ekaterinburg “Arbat”

  18. Verkhoturye. TrinityCathedral

  19. Nevyansk. LearningTower was constructed in 1725 by Akinfi Demidov

  20. Kungur. The Ice Cave is 10-12 thousand years old It is known in a science since 1703

  21. Listening Pupils from our school often go on hikes around the Urals: Deers’ Streems, Ganina Yama and many others. And one of our traditions is visiting Chyortovo Gorodishe. Every September we spend so-called “The Day of Health” there. This is an exciting adventure! I don’t know the other place which can give you so many positive emotions! It takes us about an hour to get to Chyortovo Gorodishe. It’s not too much for a “professional” tourist, but rather much for an ordinary student. But if you have many good friends, this trip won’t be so hard. When we reach our “aim” boys make a fire, girls cook “tasty food”, for example fried potatoes and sausages and of course hot tea. We also have different sport competitions there, which are very interesting, funny and sometimes rather difficult. After that we walk in the forest, sing songs, take pictures. Our teaches take part in different games. Everybody is happy! We always have a good time there!

  22. Speaking: What do you know about the Urals? • What does the mineral wealth of the Urals include? • What trees and plants is the Urals rich in? • What is the highest mountain in the Urals? • What can you say about geographical position of the Urals? • When and where were the first metallurgical plants constructed in the Urals? • Who began constructing them? • Who were Vasiliy Tatishchev and George de Genin? • What is the date of foundation of Ekaterinburg? • What famous Russian writers lived and worked in the Urals?

  23. Speaking • The place we live in is rich in sights • Our schoolmates enjoy traveling and going on a hike around Ekaterinburg and the Urals • There are few TV programs about our native town and region • Our schoolmates are interested in history and culture of the Urals and would like to have more lessons about it • They suggest to make clubs and organizations to save and study our Motherland

  24. TEST 1.Church on the Blood was constructed in Ekaterinburg in … • A – 1990 • B – 2003 • C – 2008 2.Ekaterinburg “Arbat” is … • A – Vaynera street • B – Lenina street • C – Circus 3.The Leaning Tower in the Urals is in … • A – Perm • B – Nevyansk • C – Ekaterinburg

  25. 4.The museum of ice caves is in … • A – Kungur • B – Tagil • C – Baltim 5.Most of the pupils learn about interesting places of the Urals and Ekaterinburg from … • A – TV • B – their classmates and parents • C – their teachers and Internet 6. The pupils of our school usually spend “The Day of Health” … • A – in Chyortovo Gorodishe • B – at school • C – in Chelyabinsk

  26. KEYS 1 – B 2 – A 3 – B 4 – A 5 – C 6 – A

  27. Reading • Read the text about the Urals towns and answer the questions Ex. 4, 5, p.18

  28. Homework • Write an essay about the most interesting place in Yekaterinburg (100 – 120 words)


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