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Sights of Ukraine (роздатковий матеріал до уроку)

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"Визначні місця України" - матеріал для розвитку навичок аудіювання на уроках англійської мови. Учням пропонується переглянути короткі відео (до 2 хвилин та виконати завдання). Посилання на відео є в документі.


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Task 1. Watch video “Kharkov Annunciation Cathedral” and “Massandra Palace” and choose the correct answer:

  1. When was the Kharkov Annunciation Cathedral built?

a) in the 18th century;

b) in the 20th century;

c) more than 200 years ago;

d) 80 years ago.

 

2. What is the remarkable feature in the design of the Cathedral?

a) many bell towers;

b) huge domes;

c) white walls;

d) brick layer.

 

3. Where is Massandra Palace situated?

a) Carpathians;

b) Lviv region;

c) it’s not in Ukraine;

d) Crimea.

 

4. Which attractions can you see outside the palace?

a) high mountains;

b) vibrant gardens;

c) clear fountains;

d) fast river.

 

5. Who used to have a rest here?

a) Soviet leaders;

b) Ukrainian presidents;

c) TV celebrities;

d) foreign guests.

 

Task 2. Watch Video “Palanok Castle” and “The Saint Michael Monastery”; then distribute the statements to the corresponding column.

Palanok Castle

The Saint Michael Monastery

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • situated in Mukachevo;
  • stands on a hill;
  • situated in Kyiv;
  • was built 300 years ago;
  • consists of 3 parts;
  • it’s chimes sound every day;
  • has golden domes;
  • used to be a prison and a college.

 

Task 3. Watch video “Odessa Opera Theater” and answer the questions:

  1. What happened to the theatre in 1873?
  2. What is the style of the building?
  3. What is the style of the Theater's exterior?

 

 

Task 4. Watch video “The Swallow's Nest”. Fill in the gaps.

  1. The Swallow’s Nest is a castle situated on a ________ by the sea.
  2. It was _____ in 1911 by Baron Von Steingel.
  3. The castle was _____ sold three years later.
  4. The castle was closed for forty years because of the ________.
  5. Since 1975 the Swallow’s Nest is opened as a __________.

 

Task 5. Watch video “Khotyn Fortress” and decide whether the statements are true or false:

  1. The fortress is situated on the banks of the Dnieper river.
  2. The construction was rebuilt in the 14 – 15th centuries.
  3. The fortress belonged to Ukraine all the time.
  4. Khotyn Fortress is one of Seven Wonders of Ukraine.

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Task 1. Watch video “Kharkov Annunciation Cathedral” and “Massandra Palace” and choose the correct answer:

  1. b
  2. d
  3. d
  4. b
  5. a

 

Task 2. Watch Video “Palanok Castle” and “The Saint Michael Monastery”; then distribute the statements to the corresponding column.

Palanok Castle

The Saint Michael Monastery

Situated in Mukachevo

Situated in Kyiv

Stands on a hill

Was built 300 years ago

Consists of three parts

It’s chimes are heard every day

Used to be a prison and a college

Has golden domes

 

Task 3. Watch video “Odessa Opera Theater” and answer the questions:

  1. The building burnt in fire.
  2. It’s style is rococo.
  3. The Odessa Opera Theater's exterior is neo-Baroque.

 

Task 4. Watch video “The Swallow's Nest”. Fill in the gaps.

  1. cliff
  2. built
  3. sold
  4. earthquake
  5. restaurant

 

Task 5. Watch video “Khotyn Fortress” and decide whether the statements are true or false:

  1. +
  2. +

 

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CC9AhNPVE-gSt. Michael’s monastery

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_kCitUanQaM - Kharkov Annunciation Cathedral

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bGyRTuvhhrY – Massandra Palace

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9LhEvsmUU-c - Palanok Castle

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vyQUur74wCw - Odessa Opera Theater

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kr0LZ6ysbk0 - The Swallow's Nest

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bxh2PHBMPfI  - Khotyn Fortress

 

 

 

 

 

The Kharkov Annunciation Cathedral

The Kharkov Annunciation Cathedral stands righteously amidst the horizon of Kharkov, Ukraine. At over 100 years-old, and standing a striking 80 meters tall, is the bell towers which adorn this monumental cathedral. The cathedral once reigned as the largest in all of the former Russian empire. This goliath cathedral holds a superb fresco modeled after the Saint Vladimir Cathedral. Resembling the style of ancient empires, the contrasting brick design makes this building a work of stunning art. The beauty of the jewel of the Kharkov skyline is a focal point for visitors and residents of this strikingly historic city.

Massandra palace

In the picturesque town of Massandra, sits the gorgeous Massandra Palace. In the southern regions of Crimea, this chateau was completed at the turn of the 20th century. This stunning attraction boasts French architecture in a distinctly Ukrainian setting. Wide vistas and vibrant gardens greet you at every turn, while the art collections and period furniture beckon you inside. This former holiday getaway for Soviet leaders is stirring from every angle. The views, gardens and atmosphere are truly unique in Eastern Europe.

 

Palanok Castle

Rising above the green lands of Ukraine's Mukachevo city, lies a modest yet enchanting castle. Palanok Castle is perched on a volcanic hill, overlooking the entire town beneath it. The geographically strategic position it holds made it nearly impregnable. The huge castle complex, spanning around 14,000 square meters, is divided into 3 separate parts - the high, middle, and low castle. Its tall towers, modern roofs, lovely clock towers and over 130 rooms make this structure truly charming. This castle has donned various roles throughout history, including a residence for many noblemen, a prison, as barracks and also an agricultural college.

The Saint Michael Monastery

The Saint Michael Monastery sparkles along the skyline of Kiev in Ukraine. It was nearly 300 years ago that the monastery was initially constructed. The cathedral has a variety of different chimes that ring throughout the community each day. The cathedral holds an array of striking and graceful mosaics. Although the cathedral has endured reconstructions over its lifetime, the essence of this magnanimous structure has been unchanged. The Saint Michael's Golden Domed Monastery serves as a centerpiece to the stunning city of Kiev.

 

Odessa Opera Theater

Possibly the most famous center of culture in Odessa, Ukraine is the Odessa Opera Theater. This grand building was built in 1887 to replace the theater that was lost in a fire in 1873. The spacious interior has impressed countless visitors and theater-goers with its lavish rococo style. The acoustics are designed so that even small sounds on stage will travel across the auditorium. The Odessa Opera Theater's exterior is also richly designed in neo-Baroque style. The grandeur and history of this Opera house makes it one of Ukraine's most treasured landmarks.

The Swallow's Nest

Its appearance is that of a fairy-tale castle, looking off a cliff to the sea. The Swallow's Nest is an amazing building, both in its design and its location. The castle is situated 130 feet above the Black Sea, on Aurora Cliff. It was built by Baron Von Steingel in 1911 and was sold just three years later. An earthquake in 1927 cracked the cliff and closed down the castle for forty years. In 1975 it was reopened as a restaurant, truly an amazing dinner location.

Khotyn Fortress.

Amidst the enlivening landscape of Ukraine, stands a glorious castle. Resting on the banks of Dniester River and the gorgeous green fields of Khotyn is the enigmatic Khotyn Fortress. Built on the site of a previous fort, the structure that stands here today was largely built in the early 14th century. However many additions and renovations were carried out here in the late 14th and 15th centuries. From its beginnings as a medieval fort to the present day fortress, its ownership fell into the hands of several different empires and various countries. Mentioned in the list of Seven Wonders of Ukraine, this gorgeous fortress is a true marvel.

 

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