The theme of the lesson: Economy of Kazakhstan. Money.
The aim of the lesson:
Educational: to give more information about our country, to enrich pupil’s knowledge about Economy of Kazakhstan;to know about economics, currency system of the country.
Developing: to develop critical thinking, logical thinking, to develop pupils’ speaking, reading, writing, listening comprehension abilities, memory;to develop pupils’ abilities in monological and dialogical speech about their Motherland; to develop the students’ interest in the subject of English.
Bringing up: to discuss Kazakhstan geography, to understand and love nature, to love our country, to develop respect to their Motherland. To bring up patriots of our Motherland
The type of the lesson: Demonstrative lesson
Methods of the lesson: showing, explaining, group work, individual work, question-answer.
The visual aids: lecture, a textbook, a text, task, cards, diagram, picture of money of Kazakhstan.
Connection of the subjects: Kazakh, Geography, History.
The procedure of the lesson.
I. Organization moment: Good morning? I’m glad to see you at our lesson today. Sit down, please! Let’s begin our lesson. Answer my questions, please. What date is it? Who is absent today? What problem has he (she)? Are you ready for the lesson? Our lesson is devoted to Economics of the country. The quotation of the lesson is
“Money is like a sixth sense without which you cannot make a complete use of the other five”
1.What is your Motherland?
2.What is the capital of our country?
3. Where is Kazakhstan situated?
4.What countries does it border on? (Russia, China, Kyrgyzstan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan)
5. What is the size of KZ.? (the area is 2.753 square km)
6. What can you say about the population of our country? (about 16)
7. Who is the head of the state? (the president)
8. When did Kazakhstan become an independent state? (in 1991)
9. What are the symbols of the state? (national flag, emblem and anthem)
10. What does the blue color of the flag symbolize? (freedom, independent)
11. What is represented on the state flag? (sun, falcon, ornament)
12. What kind of state is KZ? (independent, democratic)
13.What is the official language in our country?
14.When was the last Constitution adopted? ( On the 30 th of August)
15.Who is the author of the anthem?( Zh. Nazhimedenov, N.Nazarbaev, Sh. Kaldayakov)
16. Who is the creator of the flag? (Sh. Niyazbekov)
17. People of how many nationalities live in Kazakhstan?( More 130)
18.What`s the largest lake of Kazakhstan? (Balhash)
19.Name the longest rivers which flow along the territory of Kazakhstan?(Irtysh, Syrdariya)
20. What region of Kazakhstan is called Kazakh Switzerland? (Burabai)
21.What was the first name of Almaty? (The first name of Almaty was Vernyi)
22.What`s the highest mountain range of Kazakhstan? (Zhungarski Alatau, Han Tengri peak)
23. Do you know the names of these Beis? What are they famous for? (Tole Bei Alibekuly (1663–1756); Kazybek Bei Kaldibekuly (1667–1764);Aiteke Bei (1644—1700 гг.)They are the authors of Code of laws «Zhety Zhargy»)
24.Do you know the names of Hans? ( Abylai han (Abulai, Ablai, Abilmansur Ablai han) (1711–1781)
25. What do you know Kazakh national musical instruments? (The dombra)
26. Do you know the names of Kazakh writers? (Abai Kunanbaev,Magzhan Zhumabaev….)
27.What holidays do we celebrate in Kazakhstan? ( Nauryz)
28.Can you name the most popular meat dish? (Besbarmak, Kazi, Karta, Shuzhuk, Kuirdak)
29.What is the popular culinary dish? ( Baursak)
III. Checking up homework . Topic My Famous Actors
IV. Demonstration of the new language:read and practice the pronunciation
Kazakhstan is famous for its incalculable mineral wealth.
Scientists from developed countries consider Kazakhstan to be sixth in the world in terms of abundance of minerals, through this advantages is not being used effectively. The estimated value of the explored areas is 10 trillion US dollars.
Kazakhstan has enormous valuable natural resources. In short, 99 of the 110 elements on the Mendeleev periodic table are found in the depth of Kazakhstan. For the present time, 60 elements are being extracted and used. The estimation of Dr.Daniel Tine, specialist in natural resources and energy from Massachusetts Institute of Technology(USA), shown that in 1991,during the period of disintegration of the USSR, 90% of chromium ore, 26%of copper, 33%of lead and zinc, and 38% of tungsten remained on the territory of Kazakhstan. In the former USSR, the share of Kazakhstan in the production of barytes was 82%, phosphorites 65%, molybdenum 29%, bauxites 22%, asbestos 20%, manganese 13%, and coal 12%. Kazakhstan is one of the richest countries in oil, gas, titanium, magnesium, tin, uranium, gold and other nonferrous metals production. Currently, Kazakhstan is one of the outstanding producers of tungsten, for which it takes first place in the world; second place in chromium and phosphorous ores; fourth in lead and molybdenum; and eighth in iron ore(16.6 million tones) after Brazil, Australia, Canada, USA ,India, Russia and Ukraine. It is no secret that the USA, and the countries of Western Europe, Turkey, Iran, Pakistan, Japan and China are all interested in Kazakhstan. That is a result of the high potential of the republic in strategic raw resources, first of all, oil and gas deposits. There are 14 prospective areas on the territory of Kazakhstan. Only 160 deposits of gas and oil, with a combined production of 2.7 million tones, are being explored now. Thus, not all deposits and basins are being exploited. In the case of their capable usage and exploitation Kazakhstan with the oil potential can be among Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Arab Emirates.
The latest pictures from space, as well as surface investigations, show that the tapped oil deposits on the banks of the Caspian Sea in Western Kazakhstan-Tengiz, Prorva Kalamkas, and Karazhanbas are only the “outskirts” of an enormous oil deposit, the core of which lies in the northern part of the Caspian Sea, where the total quantity of production could reach 3-3.5 million tons of oil and 2-2.5 trillion cubic meters of gas. Kazakhstan has a considerable portion of the world’s total of copper, polymetallic ores, nickel, tungsten, molybdenum, and other rare metals. Currently, Kazakhstan holds one of the leading places in the world iron ore, manganese and chromite ore reserves.
Kazakhstan is forecasted to have nearly 300 huge deposits of gold,173 of which have been investigated. Some of them also produce diamonds of fine quality. Serious investments in the next few years can help Kazakhstan extract 100 tons of gold per year, but for now, only 1% of the deposits are being worked, which keeps Kazakhstan at sixth place in the world. Kazakhstan has more than 100 deposits of coal.The largest are: the Ekibastuz deposit which differs from the high capacity of the brown coal stratums, and Karaganda coal, a basin with reserves of more than 50 million tons of coke coal. During the best years, only 131 million tons of coal were extracted. Kazakhstan is rich chemical raw material deposits. There are rich deposits of potassium salts, borates, bromine combinations, sulphates, phosphorites and various raw materials for the varnish and paint industry. Enormous amounts of Sulphur ore among the polymetallic ores create the possibility of producing sulphuric acid and other chemical products which are very important for the economy. There are absolute possibilities for the production nearly of all kinds of synthetic oil and chemical products (especially ethylene, polypropylene, rubber),synthetic detergents and soap, food microbiological proteins, chemical fibers and threads, synthetic resin, plastic and cement. Kazakhstan has rich resources of raw materials for the glass, china and pottery industries. The most rare natural precious stones, and various buildings and facing decorative materials lie in the depths and mountains of Kazakhstan. Mineral, medicine, industrial and radiant water sources can be counted among the countless riches of Kazakhstan, though now they are not widely used.
What do you know about our currency- tenge? Will you listen about tenge additional information?
The tenge (Kazakh: теңге, teñge) is the currency of Kazakhstan. It is divided into 100 tïın (тиын, also transliterated as tiyin or tijin). It was introduced on 15 November 1993 to replace the Soviet ruble at a rate of 1 tenge = 500 rubles.
The word tenge in the Kazakh and most other Turkic languages means a set of scales (cf the old Uzbek tenga or the Tajik borrowed term tanga). The origin of the word is the Turkic teŋ- which means being equal, balance. The name of this currency is thus similar to the lira, pound and peso. The name of the currency is related to the Russian word for money Russian: деньги / den'gi, which was borrowed from Turkic.
Kazakhstan was one of the last countries of the CIS to introduce a national currency. In 1991 a "special group" of designers was created: Mendybay Alin, Timur Suleymenov, Asimsaly Duzelkhanov and Khayrulla Gabzhalilov. On November 12, 1993, a decree of the President of Kazakhstan, "About introducing national currency of Republic of Kazakhstan", was issued. On November 15, 1993, the tenge was brought into circulation. As such, November 15 is celebrated as the "Day of National Currency of Republic of Kazakhstan". In 1995, a tenge printing factory was opened in Kazakhstan. The first consignment of tenge was printed abroad, in the U.K.The first coins were minted in Germany.
The new symbol for the Kazakhstani tenge.
On March 20, 2007 two days before the Nauryz holiday, the National Bank of Kazakhstan approved a graphical symbol for the Tenge: The character was proposed for encoding in Unicode in 2008. In autumn 2006, the National Bank of Kazakhstan organized a competition for the image of Kazakhstan Tenge and received over 30 000 applications. On March 29, 2007, the National Bank of Kazakhstan announced tandem of two designers from Almaty, Vadim Davydenko and Sanzhar Amirkhanov, as winners for the creation of symbol of Kazakhstan Tenge. They shared a prize of 1 million tenge and a title of parents of Kazakhstan Tenge symbol.It resembles the Japanese postal mark.
The national currency of Kazakhstan now has own symbol. Since November 1993. The national bank of the bank republic announced a national competition for the Creation of a symbol for the tenge which is a national currency. The words “tenge” and “tengry” which mean “heaven” or “deity” are sacred for all Turkic people/ The sign stands for the unity of contemporary Kazakh community with their ancient Turkic roots and symbolizes the movement of modern of Kazakhstan people along the path of development and progress.
V.Questionnaire: Pleas, answer my questions:
1. What is famous for Kazakhstan?
2.How many Mendeleev periodic table are found in the depth of Kazakhstan?
3.What can you say about the Kazakhstan industry?
4. What is currency of our country? (tenge)
5.How many tiyns are there in a tenge? (100)
6.What are coins made of? (metal)
VI. Comprehension check. Reading the sentences say “true” or “false”:
Kazakhstan is one of the richest countries in oil, gas, titanium, magnesium, tin, uranium, gold and other nonferrous metals production.
Kazakhstan holds one of the leading places in the world iron ore, manganese and chromite ore reserves.
The country is rich in mineral recourses.
The Caspian Sea is the home of oil reserves.
The ruble is the currency of Kazakhstan.
Kazakhstan don’t need foreign capital. (Казахстан не нуждается в иностранном капитале)
Nowadays is the heyday of the Kazakhstan economy. (В наше время идет расцвет Казахстанской экономики)
Kazakhstan is a member of Euro Union. (Казахстан - член Европейского Союза)
Money is used for buying or selling goods, for exchange and for storing wealth. (Деньги используются для покупки или продажи товаров для обмена и для хранения богатства)
The rapid integration of a republic into the world economy is most important. (Быстрая интеграция республики в мировую экономику является самой важной)
V. Will you review the poem “Money”? (The diagram)
Workers earn it Heirs receive it
Spendthrifts burn it Thrifty save it
Bankers lend it Misers crave it
Women spend it Robbers size it
Forgers fake it Rich increase it
Taxes take it Gamblers lose it
Dying leave it I could use it
I give one minute to think and find the verbs to the noun “money”
Earn, lend, fake, take, leave, receive, save, crave, size, increase, lose, use, borrow, give, love, make, coin
MoneyЗаработайте, предоставьте, фальсифицируйте, возьмите, оставьте, получите, спасите, жаждите, измерьте, увеличьтесь, проиграйте, используйте, одолжите, дайте, любите, сделайте.
VI. Match the words in the box with a suitable definition Use each word once only.
Accountant cashier pensioner agent customer investor swindler
Бухгалтер кассир пенсионер агент клиент инвестор жулик
a) Someone who inherits money or property heir (Тот, кто наследует имущество или наследство)
b) Someone who has retired … (Тот, кто выходит на заслуженный отпуск …)
c) Someone who keeps or checks financial records … (Тот, кто держит или проверяет финансовые отчеты …)
d) Someone who buys things in a shop …. (Тот, кто покупает вещи в магазине ….)
e) Someone who pays out money in a bank … (Тот, кто выплачивает деньги в банке …)
f) Someone who represents others in business … (Тот, кто представляет других в бизнесе …)
g) Someone who puts money into a business … (Тот, кто влаживает деньги в бизнес …)
h) Someone who cheats people out of money … (Тот, кто обманывает людей на денег …)
VII.Match the currency with the country where it is used:
Match the currency with the country where it is used:
B) THE UK
H) THE USA
1. Did you like our lesson?
2. Did you like your working at our lesson?
3. Describe your mood. Are you happy? Are you sad? Are you gloomy? Are you surprised? Are you funny?
Our lesson is coming to the end. I would like to thank you for activity at the lesson.
Your marks are … .
H \t: Learn the new words The make a report by internet
Оставьте свой комментарий: