Автор конспекта:
Автор(ы): — Хафизова Танзиля Магсумовна

Место работы, должность: — МОУ «Татарская гимназия №1″

Регион: — Республика Татарстан

Характеристики урока (занятия) Уровень образования: — основное общее образование

Целевая аудитория: — Учитель (преподаватель)

Класс(ы): — 7 класс

Предмет(ы): — Английский язык

Цель урока: — Развитие коммуникативных навыков говорения, практическое владение языком, усвоение страноведческого материала, воспитание патриотизма и гражданственности, любви к родному городу, расширение знаний учащихся о прошлом и настоящем Казани, об архитектурных и исторических памятниках и местах города, обеспечение всестороннего развития и саморазвития учащихся.

Тип урока: — Урок изучения и первичного закрепления новых знаний

Учащихся в классе (аудитории): — 20

Используемые учебники и учебные пособия: —

Л.Ф.Иванова “English Welcome to Tatarstan”

Л.А. Яруллина “Discover Tatarstan”

Используемая методическая литература: —

Л.Ф.Иванова “English Welcome to Tatarstan”

Л.А. Яруллина “Discover Tatarstan”

Используемое оборудование: —

Интерактивная доска, диск "Kazan", карта Казани, видио материалы, наглядный материал с изображением достопримечательности Казани.

Используемые ЦОР: —

Презентация к уроку

Краткое описание: — Kazan,the capital of Tatarstan

Lesson 1. Kazan:here we are at last!

Before we begin.

1.Radio signal of Kazan.

T. Listen to the Kazan radio signals and answer the questions:

-Do you recognize this music?

-Is it a part of a song, a symphony or an opera?

-What’s its title?

-Who composed its music?

-Who is the author of the words?

Now listen to this song.What is it about? What feelings does it cause?

2.G.Tukai, a great Tatar poet wrote about Kazan:

“Oh, Kazan! Spirited Kazan! Melodious Kazan! Radiant Kazan!

Here are all solemn places and deeds of our ancestors,

Here are all the beauties and the paradise of the yearning soul!”

Tatar version.

“И Казан! Дәртле Казан! Моңлы Казан! Нурлы Казан!

Мондадыр безнең бабайлар түрләре, почмаклары,

Мондадыр дәртле куңелнең хурлары, оҗмаһлары.”

Russian version.

«О Казань, ты грусть и бодрость! Светозарная Казань!

Здесь деянья дедов наших, здесь священные места,

Здесь науки, здесь искусства, просвещения очаг»

T. What feelings did Tukai express in his poem?

What’s the idea of the poem?

3.Express your emotions.

T. Try to express your feelings and emotions about Kazan.

You may use as many attributes and similes as you can.


T. This is Zilant, the city coat-of-arms, look and say:

-What does the city coat-of-arms represent?

-Describe this mythlogical creature.

-Tell us a legend about Zilant.

T.Read the text and answer the questions.

Kazan:Here we are at last.

Here we are in Kazan. This hospitable city extends a warm welcome to all guests. The city coat-of-arms is Zilant. It’s a winged serpent which supposedly lived on the hill near Kazan. Kazan is one of the biggest and the most important industrial and cultural centers on the VolgaRiver. Kazan’s population is mainly Tatars and Russians in background. Tatar and Russian are two main languages spoken. Tourists from all over the world are attracted by Kazan’s natural beauty, its impressive museums, theatres, architecture and sightseeing. The city is surrouded with thick forests, blue lakes and wide fields,. The highest hill is the Kremlin Hill where the city began a thousand years ago.

Kazan is a big cultural center of the Volga region. There are a lot of theatres, a conservatory and the Grand Concert Hall. There are a lot of universities, gymnasiums, lyceums, schools in Kazan. KazanUniversity is one of the oldest and was founded in 1804.

The city is a large railroad, automobile road and air route center, the largest river port on the Volga.

From the hilly and forested right bank of the Volga, there is a magnificent view of Kazan.

1. Questions:

-What does the city coat-of-arms represent?

-How many people live in


-Why is Kazan considered to be the largest industrial and cultural center?

-What is the most mysterious lake located in Kazan?

-Do you think Kazan is very beautiful? Why?

-Why did Zilant become the symbol of Kazan?

-Why do you think world opera and ballet festivals are held in Kazan?

-Why do tourists from all over the world visit Kazan?

2. Activity:

A. True or false?

- Kazan like Rome stands on seven hills.

- Kazan is situated on the confluence of the Volga and the Kama.

-The BulakCanal connects LakeKaban with the KazankaRiver.

- Kazan located on the left bank of the Volga.

- The city began a thousand years ago.

B. Add the information:

- The

Kazan coat-of-arms-

- Theatres in Kazan-

- Museums in Kazan-

- The central park named after-


1. Make a poster “The district where I live”

2. Write a short article about the history of the district.

Lesson 3. The Kazan Kremlin.

Before we begin:

Music; Listen to Rustem Yakhin’s “Song”

-What type of music is it?

-What do you imagine when you’re listening to it?

-Describe your images and feelings.

-What other musical works did R.Yakhin compose?

-Which of them do you like most?

The Kremlin views:

T. Look at the pictures of some Kremlin places of interest and say what you know about:

-the Spassky tower

-the Suyumbeka tower

-the GrandKremlinPalace

-the Annunciation cathedral

-the Kul Sharif Mosque

-the Tainitsky tower

Your favorite place in the Kremlin.

T. Imagine the place or the building where you’d like to take your friends to.Describe this place expressing your emotions and pointing out something special about it.

T. Read the text and answer the questions:


Kazan Kremlin.

The Kremlin is the heart of Kazan, its beginning, its architectural masterpiece. It had been constructing for four centuries, changing its image. Originally the Kremlin was a citadel which defended the population during the wars and troubles. Located on the top of a high hill, it had a khan’s palace, a law court, mausoleums and mosques with elegant minarets. Towards the middle of the 16th century, the time of the conquest of the city, 30000 people lived within the walls of the citadel. After the conquest, the Kremlin was destroyed badly. The Kazan Kremlin was very impressive in those days.

Starting in 1556, Russian stonemasons, under the direction of the architectsI. Shirayev and P. Yakovlev, rebuilt the Kremlin walls and towers in the Pskov style, adding a few towers, including the Spassky, which now serves as the official entrance to the territory of the Kremlin.

By the beginning of the 17th century there were 13 towers, including 5 entrace towers. Today only 8 towers have preserved. But the Kremlin doesn’t live in the past. It’s entering a new period in its long life. The Kul Sharif has been reconstructed now.


- When was the Kremlin founded?

- How long had it been constructing?

- What were the main purposes it was built for?

- Why was the Kremlin rebuilt in 1558?

- In what style was it rebuilt?

- How many towers were there in the 17th century?

- How many towers are there in the Kremlin today?


T. Look at the drawings by Oleary, Turnerelly and compare them with the photos of the modern Kremlin. Point out differences.


1. Write a composition “Sightseeing in the Kazan Kremlin”

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