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Підтема: The Constitution of Ukraine                                                                             Клас: 11-А

Практична мета:

удосконалювати навички вживання лексичних одиниць теми, безособових форм дієслова; удосконалювати навички читання, аудіювання й усного мовлення; уміння працювати над навчальним текстом з метою формування навички розпізнавання та розуміння граматичного явища та підготовки до ЗНО;                                                  

Розвивальна мета: 

 розвивати швидку мовленнєву реакцію, навики зв’язного висловлювання, увагу, самостійність у праці.

Освiтня мета: розширювати  знання учнів про Конституцію України, узагальнити знання учнів про безособові форми дієслова;

Виховна мета: виховувати повагу до законів і зацікавленість у розширенні своїх знань.

Тип уроку: формування навичок та вмінь.

Обладнання: малюнки, підручник, додатковий текст, мультимедійний комплект, презентація, комп`ютер, картки.

Перебiг уроку

Greeting.

Get motivated in 60 seconds. You are school leaver....  

I. Teacher: Today we are going to continue speaking on the theme “The Constitution of Ukraine”. You’ll have a lot of activities concerning a constitution, the modern Constitution of Ukraine. You’ll have an opportunity to express your thoughts and to share your opinions. We'll remember information about  State Final examination.

First of all I’d like to warm your up. Have a look at the screen, please. There are some dates it, you are match them with the important events you know and make up the sentences.

1)August 24, 1991 2)2004  3)2010  4)June 28, 1996

P1: Ukraine proclaimed its independence on August 24, 1991.

P2: This day has been celebrated since then as Independence Day.

P6: By the Act of Ukraine’s Independence, the Verhovna Rada of Ukraine on behalf of the Ukrainian people adopted the Constitution – the Fundamental Law on June 28, 1996.

II. Teacher: Before we start speaking on the Constitution we’ll revise the lexic on the theme.

1) Give Ukrainian equivalents to the English words.

  1. expression           duty       assure          obligation          community         heritage
  2. entirely      Integrity        on behalf of           inviolability

 3) Give synonyms to the following words:

to secure – to garantee, assure               to strive (strove, striven) – to try

duty – obligation         in compliance with – in accordance with    to prohibit – to forbid (forbade, forbidden), to fan   authority – power

III. Well and now let's remember about the State Final examination. What are its parts. What is its  first part?  Listening

Look at the screen and tell me what is this text about? Do you know what this word is from? What did it mean in different centuries?

Now please watch the video and choose the right answer….

  1. The word “democracy” comes from a) the Greek word, b) the Italian word, c) Roman word;
  2. This word means a) the power of people  b) that everyone has a vote c) some people have a vote;
  3. Early democracy began a) in Athens in 510 AC  b) in Athens in 510 BC  c) in Greece in 510 BC;
  4. Athenians and Romans thought …….. were able to vote    a) slave, women, little kids,                                                    b)free rich women and men   c) free rich men  
  5. Some men decided to vote by lottery  a)Yes b)No c) Not known
  6. Ancient Romans vote for   a)representatives  b) for councils c) for participating in elections;
  7. Today’s meaning of democracy is a)different from Athenian version  b) similar to Athenian version                                           c) similar to Romans version.

What does the word “democracy” mean?  Did Athenians and Romans have “democracy”? Do you live in democratic state? Why do you think so?

One of our student prepare information about history of our constitutions.

What is the second part of the State Final examination?  Reading.

Read the text below. Choose from (A—I) the one which best fits each space (8—14). There are two choices you do not need to use.

A the domestic and foreign policy           B cultural heritage                C to everyone in the country

D a sovereign and independ­ent democratic                          E freedoms and duties of citizens

F  the Fundamental law of Ukraine   G independence and territorial  integrity                                         H be elected for more than                 I  the right to the free expression of views and beliefs

 

On June 28, 1996 the Verkliovna Rada adopted...8..., its Constitution.

The Constitution establishes the coun­try’s political system, assures rights, ......9......., and is the basis for its law.

According to the Constitution Ukraine is ....10..., social, legal state. Ukraine is a republic. The state Ianguage is Ukrainian. The State symbols of Ukraine are the State Flag,  the State Emblem and the Statenthem of Ukraine.

The Constitution assures human and civil rights, freedoms and duties.  It states that every person has............11.......... every person has freedom of thought and speech. The Constitution guarantees the right to life, personal inviolability. The right of private property is inviolability.

According to the Constitution ......12....is protected by law. No person may damage the environment.

The duty of citizens is to respect the state’s symbols to defend the Mother­land its........13........

The Constitution outlines the activities of the Verkhovna Rada Its main func­tion is making laws. The Constitution specifics the power and obligations of the President - the head of the State. The highest body of the executive pow­er is the Cabinet of Ministers. It carries cut ....14....... of the State. The Constitution outlines the activities of the judicial powder too

The Constitution of Ukraine consists of  15 chapters, 161 articles The day of its adoption is a state holiday - the Day of Constitution of Ukraine.

Answer the questions:

1. What is a Constitution?

P1: A constitution is the set of principles adopted by a state for its government. In some states it is a specific written document or a collection of documents.

2. What does a constitution establish?

P2: A constitution establishes the country’s political system and is the basis for its laws.

3. Who was the idea of a constitution first eleborated by?

P3: The idea of a constitution was first eleborated by Greek Philosopher Aristotel in his classification of governments. The modern idea of constitution came after the Reformation begun by Luther in 1517.

4. When was the Constitution of Ukraine adopted?

5. What kind of state is Ukraine?

6. What human and civil rights and freedoms does the Constitution as­sure?

7. What are the main obligations of Ukrainian citizens?

8. Are all the rights guaranteed in reality in our country? Prove your mind?

9.Has  the Constitution only positive items? What are its negative items?

7.  Writing (revision of the forms of the Infinitive, the Participle and the Gerund.)

Впр. 3 С . 247  

Test

  1. Homework
  2. Підведення підсумків уроку.

Write an essay

WRITING AN OPINION ESSAY

Read and choose the right answer.

IF I WERE PRESIDENT

 If I Were elected president, one change I ...1....would be to provide employment to everyone in the country. I would do this by building more factories to produce most of the things in the country,..2... than importing things from other countries. This can be possible only if we are able to build low-cost factories and work efficiently. Building factories and providing employment helps us grow our country and reduce poverty. This is an essential foundation ...3.building a strong nation.

 The next thing I'd do is establish world peace l think we are ...4.... one world and we should act like that and not be going into war. I would sign a peace treaty with all of the countries, and if you were lighting with siblings or friends, you should talk about your problem and not get into a fight.

 I would try to stop the polluting of our oceans, air. sky and earth. I would help every school in getting new books and equipment. Every sick, hungry, homeless child would get homes and a supply of food that would last them for three years. I would pay more atten­tion to children with special needs. I would try to install more wheelchair bathrooms m schools and businesses. I would also start more sports leagues for disabled children They are no different than anyone else and should get the same amount of attention. Finally. I'd make certain that everyone has equal and fair treatment in our society.

 

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Task 2

Write an essay about what you would do if you were elected president of your country. Write 150-180 words.

  •                  The first thing I’d do is ...
  •                  I'd also ...
  •                  The next thing I'd do is ...
  •                  There are some less serious things I'd do too
  •                  Finally, I'd ...

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A. Сhoose the right answer….

  1. The word “democracy” comes from a) the Greek word, b) the Italian word, c) Roman word;
  2. This word means a) the power of people  b) that everyone has a vote c) some people have a vote;
  3. Early democracy began a) in Athens in 510 AC  b) in Athens in 510 BC  c) in Greece in 510 BC;
  4. Athenians and Romans thought …….. were able to vote    a) slave, women, little kids,                                                    b)free rich women and men   c) free rich men  
  5. Some men decided to vote by lottery  a)Yes  b)No  c) Not known
  6. Ancient Romans vote for   a)representatives  b) for councils c) for participating in elections;
  7. Today’s meaning of democracy is a)different from Athenian version                                                                       b) similar to Athenian version                                            c) similar to Romans version.

B. Read the text below. Choose from (A—I) the one which best fits each space (8—14). There are two choices you do not need to use.

A the domestic and foreign policy         B cultural heritage       C to everyone in the country

D a sovereign and independ­ent democratic                          E freedoms and duties of citizens

F  the Fundamental law of Ukraine                          G independence and territorial  integrity

H be elected for more than                         I  the right to the free expression of views and beliefs

On June 28, 1996 the Verkliovna Rada adopted...8..., its Constitution.

The Constitution establishes the coun­try’s political system, assures rights, ......9......., and is the basis for its law.

According to the Constitution Ukraine is ....10..., social, legal state. Ukraine is a republic. The state Ianguage is Ukrainian. The State symbols of Ukraine are the State Flag,  the State Emblem and the Statenthem of Ukraine.

The Constitution assures human and civil rights, freedoms and duties.  It states that every person has............11.......... every person has freedom of thought and speech. The Constitution guarantees the right to life, personal inviolability. The right of private property is inviolability.

According to the Constitution ......12....is protected by law. No person may damage the environment.

The duty of citizens is to respect the state’s symbols to defend the Mother­land its........13........

The Constitution outlines the activities of the Verkhovna Rada Its main func­tion is making laws. The Constitution specifics the power and obligations of the President - the head of the State. The highest body of the executive pow­er is the Cabinet of Ministers. It carries cut ....14....... of the State. The Constitution outlines the activities of the judicial powder too. The Constitution of Ukraine consists of  15 chapters, 161 articles The day of its adoption is a state holiday - the Day of Constitution of Ukraine.

C.I-v Choose the correct answer!

 Начало формы1. He clearly remembers ....... by the window ........ the people outside rushing to their office.
A) having stood / watching B) standing / to watch   C) to stand / having watched  D) stand / watch                

2. Meryem regrets .... Semih .... her homework. Now she is worried that she will get quite a low grade in today's quiz.
A) persuaded / to do  B) having persuaded / doing            C) being persuaded / to do   D)  persuading / to do

3. We tried hard, and in the end, we were able to  .... Mehmet ... us his car just for an hour
A) make / lending      B) force / lend                                       C) get / to lend     D) have / lent         

4. You don't have the right to blame me .... this untimely arrival, I was completely busy ... your business invitations.          A) with / typing               B) up / to type     C) on / in typing   D) for / typing        

5. I am not curious ......the tricks of the business at all. A) being told      B) ) to be told       C) telling     D to have told            

II-v Choose the correct answer!

 1. The deadline was nearby, so Mrs. Sweth had her students .... their essays. A) complete B) to complete  C) being completed D) completed          

2. When his financial advisor revealed some facts on stock exchange market, he hesitated
.... investment, but after a short while he was resolute .... steps towards investing his money in it.  A) to make / taking    B) make / taking      C) making / to take   D)to make /to take 

3. After introducing himself briefly, Mr. Sazli went on .. information on how ...our market through effective advertising strategy.   A) to give/to expand     B) giving / to expand     C) being given / to expand  D) having given / having expanded          

4. We are planning.....early tomorrow morning if nothing happens...us all.             A) in setting / to be hindered   B) to set / having hindered    C) setting / to hinder      D) on setting / to hinder                                               

5. Mike is claimed ....... two thousand dollars ........ last week when he was in Las Vegas.

A) to spend / to gamble         B) spending / gambling         C) to have spent / gambling D) having spent / to gamble

 

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