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Ministry of Education of Ukraine

Zolochiv Department of Education


Lesson 2





Form 9


Yulia Banakh

English teacher

Secondary school No 2

Town Zolochiv


Subject of the lesson: Geographical Position and Political System of Ukraine.


Objectives:

  • to develop pupils’ communication skills using active vocabulary on the topic;

  • to develop pupils’ skills in listening and writing;

  • to check on pupils’ speaking skills;

  • to enrich pupils’ knowledge on the topic;

  • to cultivate love for Ukraine;

  • to teach pupils to respect their native country.


Equipment: English, 9 Form (V.M. Plakhotnyk, R.Yu. Martynova, S.L. Zakharova); Poem “Ukraine” (Addition 1); The epigraph by G. Byron (Addition 2); Map of Ukraine (Addition 3); Key-facts (Addition 4); Read and pronounce correctly (Addition 5); Read the words (Addition 6); Match the words (Addition 7); Text “The Political Structure of Ukraine” (Addition 8); Match the questions (Addition 9); Key-facts (Addition 10); Crossword Puzzle (Addition 11); Fact file (Addition 12); Block-scheme (Addition 13); tape-recorder.


^ The Plan of the lesson


I. Introduction.

1. Aim.

Teacher: We have to activize the words and word-combinations learned at the previous lesson by using them in oral speech. We are going to talk about the political system of Ukraine and its geographical position.

By the end of the lesson you should be able:

  • to recognize and understand new words and word-combinations from the topic “The Political structure of Ukraine” in the text;

  • to listen for the main idea and specific information;

  • to talk about the political system of Ukraine in brief.

Teacher: So, it’s high time to start. First of all let’s recite a poem “Ukraine” (Addition 1).

Ukraine

Blue sky and yellow field of grain

Is on the flag of my Ukraine.

It’s emblem speaks to all the world

With Freedom – such a lovely word.

Bread – salt will give to a friendly guest

Ukrainian people without request.

They work and sing the song of praise

To God who’s able from ash to raise.

Ukraine rejoices in the Lord

Reviving from His mighty

Word Forever lives who’s born again,

Long live and pray, my land Ukraine!

Yevgen Polishchuk

2. Warm-up.

Teacher: You see the epigraph written on the blackboard (Addition 2).

“He, who loves not his Motherland,

can love nothing”

G. Byron

Who can give me the equivalents to this one?

Pupil1: There is no place like home.

Pupil2: East or West home is best.

Pupil3: Every bird likes its own nest.


^ II. Main Part.

1. Vocabulary Practice.

1) Translating the word-combinations.

Teacher: Translate the word-combinations of exercise 6 on page 9.

Cover the left side of the page and translate the words and word-combinations into Ukrainian.

2) Pair work.

Teacher: Answer the questions of exercises 11, 12 on page 10, using the map of Ukraine (Addition 3).

3) Lexical game.

Teacher: One pupil from the class is selected who think of a geographical place in Ukraine that must be guessed by the rest of the class. It may be a mountain, one of the largest cities, a river, a sea, etc. The class is allowed to ask 10 yes-no questions. The teacher keeps track of how many questions have been asked. If the geographical place is not discovered in 10 questions, the pupil wins.

Example: Is it a river?

Is it a mountain?

Is it one of the largest cities in Ukraine?

Does it stand on the river?

Is it an industrial city?

Is it in the South of our country?

Is there a port in the city?

Is it Mykolaiv?

Is it Odesa?

Yes, it is Odesa, a sea port and one of the largest cities in Ukraine.

4) Writing.

Teacher: Complete the sentences to make up a story. Open your copy-books and do exercise 13 on page 10.

5) Speaking.

Teacher: Speak about geographical position of Ukraine using Key-facts (Addition 4).

2. Listening.

1) Pre-Listening Activities.

a) Teacher: Answer the questions:

- What kind of state is Ukraine?

- Do you know the date of declaration of Ukraine as a republic?

- What symbols of Ukraine do you know?

- Who is the Head of the state?

- When do we Celebrate the Constitution Day?

b) Teacher: Read and pronounce correctly the words and word-combinations (Addition 5):

Constitution

Autonomous Republic of Crimea

administrative

President

Verhovna Rada

Parliament

Cabinet of Ministers

official

language

c) Teacher: Do you know the meaning of the following words (Addition 6):

to adopt [ә’dכpt]

to declare [dikleә]

to elect [i'lekt]

legislative [‘ledƷisleitiv]

executive [ig’zekjutiv]

d) Matching (Addition 7):

Match the words

1. to adopt a) виконавчий

2. to declare b) законодавчий

3. to elect c) громадянин

4. autonomous d) приймати

5. legislative e) вибирати

6. citizen f) декларувати

7. executive g) автоматичний

2) While-Listening Activities.

a) Teacher: Listen to the text

“The Political Structure of Ukraine” (Addition 8).

A new Constitution adopted on the 28th of June 1996 declared Ukraine a republic. It includes the Autonomous Republic of Crimea and 24 administrative regions.

The Head of the state is the President, who is elected by citizens of Ukraine for the period of 5 years, but no more than two periods in a row.

The executive power is presented by the President and the Cabinet of Ministers.

The Prime Minister heads the Cabinet.

The official state language is Ukrainian.

b) Teacher: Listen to the text for the main ideas and match the questions and the answers (Addition 9).


Match the questions and the answers.

1. What kind of state is a) The executive power is presented by

Ukraine? the President and the Cabinet of

Ministers.

2. Who is the head of the b) Ukraine is a republic.

state?

3. Whom does the legisla- c) The official state language is

tive power belong to? Ukrainian.

4. What is the executive d) The legislative power belongs to

power presented by? Verkhovna Rada.

5. What is the official e) The Head of the state is the

state language? President.


c) Teacher: Listen to the text again, write down the Key-facts about the political structure of Ukraine to get specific information (Addition 10).


The Political Structure of Ukraine

Key-facts

^ State system: Republic.

Official language: Ukrainian.

The Head of the state: President.

The legislative power: Verkhovna Rada

The executive power: President and Cabinet of Ministers.


3) Post-Listening Activities with a focus on speaking.

Teacher: You’re taking part in the international conference on the maintenance of the political stability in European Countries.

Tell about the political structure of Ukraine, using the Key-facts.

^ 3. Crossword Puzzle (Addition 11).

1) Crossword.




4













1

3











































2


























Across:

  1. the national state emblem;

  2. the head of the state.

Down:

  1. the most famous social movement;

  2. the voting day in Ukraine.

2) Factfile the Verkhovna Rada (Addition 12).

1. The main legislative body of Ukraine is the Verkhovna Rada. The elections to the Verkhovna Rada are held:

a) every four years;

b) every five years;

c) whenever the government wants.

2. Members of the Verkhovna Rada are called deputies. How many deputies are there?

a) 350;

b) 300;

c) 450.

3. Each deputy represents an area of the country. This area is called

a) a place;

b) a constituency;

c) a post.

4. The head of the Ukrainian government is called

a) The Prime Minister;

b) the President;

c) the leader.

5. How old do you have to be to vote in a general election?

a) 16;

b) 18;

c) 21.


III. Concluding Part.

1. Marks.

2. Home task.

Teacher: You have to speak about political system of Ukraine using Key-facts and block-scheme “Political System” (Addition 13).



Political System













Legislative

power




Executive

power




Judicial

power













The Verhovna

Rada




The Cabinet of Ministers




The Supreme Court


Group No 1. Learn the poem “Ukraine” by Yevgen Polishchuk.

Group No 2. Exercise 22 on page 11.

Group No 3. Make crosswords about Ukraine.

2. Summarizing.

Teacher: Today at the lesson we have spoken about the geographical position of our country and we have listened about its political system. We have done many activities. Which activities did you like best? What were we talking about? When do we celebrate the Constitution Day? Thank you for your hard work today.


Addition 1


Ukraine

Blue sky and yellow field of grain

Is on the flag of my Ukraine.

It’s emblem speaks to all the world

With Freedom – such a lovely word.

Bread – salt will give to a friendly guest

Ukrainian people without request.

They work and sing the song of praise

To God who’s able from ash to raise.

Ukraine rejoices in the Lord

Reviving from His mighty

Word Forever lives who’s born again,

Long live and pray, my land Ukraine!

Yevgen Polishchuk


Addition 2


“He, who loves not his Motherland,

can love nothing”

G. Byron


Addition 3


The map of Ukraine





Addition 4


Ukraine

Key-facts

Name: Ukraine

Total area: 603,700 sq.km.

Extension: from East to West: 1,316 km

from North to South: 893 km

Borders on: Poland, Slovakia, Hungary,

Romania, Moldova, Belarus, Russia

Population: 47,600,00 (1st January 2006)

Capital: Kyiv

Largest cities: Lvov, Odesa, Lugansk, Kharkiv,

Dnipropetrovsk, Simferopol.

Main river: Dnipro

Mineral resources: coal, iron, oil, manganese ore,

nickel, gas, graphite.


Addition 5

Constitution

Autonomous Republic of Crimea

administrative

President

Verhovna Rada

Parliament

Cabinet of Ministers

official

language


Addition 6


to adopt [ә’dכpt]

to declare [dikleә]

to elect [i'lekt]

legislative [‘ledƷisleitiv]

executive [ig’zekjutiv]


Addition 7


Match the words

1. to adopt a) виконавчий

2. to declare b) законодавчий

3. to elect c) громадянин

4. autonomous d) приймати

5. legislative e) вибирати

6. citizen f) декларувати

7. executive g) автоматичний


Addition 8


The Political Structure of Ukraine

A new Constitution adopted on the 28th of June 1996 declared Ukraine a republic. It includes the Autonomous Republic of Crimea and 24 administrative regions.

The Head of the state is the President, who is elected by citizens of Ukraine for the period of 5 years, but no more than two periods in a row.

The executive power is presented by the President and the Cabinet of Ministers.

The Prime Minister heads the Cabinet.


The official state language is Ukrainian.


Addition 9


Match the questions and the answers.

1. What kind of state is a) The executive power is presented by

Ukraine? the President and the Cabinet of

Ministers.

2. Who is the head of the b) Ukraine is a republic.

state?

3. Whom does the legisla- c) The official state language is

tive power belong to? Ukrainian.

4. What is the executive d) The legislative power belongs to

power presented by? Verkhovna Rada.

5. What is the official e) The Head of the state is the

state language? President.



Addition 10



The Political Structure of Ukraine

Key-facts

^ State system: Republic.

Official language: Ukrainian.

The Head of the state: President.

The legislative power: Verkhovna Rada

The executive power: President and Cabinet of Ministers.



Addition 11

Crossword.




4













1

3











































2


























Across:

  1. the national state emblem;

  2. the head of the state.

Down:

  1. the most famous social movement;

  2. the voting day in Ukraine.


Addition 12


Factfile the Verkhovna Rada

1. The main legislative body of Ukraine is the Verkhovna Rada. The elections to the Verkhovna Rada are held:

a) every four years;

b) every five years;

c) whenever the government wants.

2. Members of the Verkhovna Rada are called deputies. How many deputies are there?

a) 350;

b) 300;

c) 450.

3. Each deputy represents an area of the country. This area is called

a) a place;

b) a constituency;

c) a post.

4. The head of the Ukrainian government is called

a) The Prime Minister;

b) the President;

c) the leader.

5. How old do you have to be to vote in a general election?

a) 16;

b) 18;

c) 21.


Addition 13



Political System













Legislative

power




Executive

power




Judicial

power













The Verhovna

Rada




The Cabinet of Ministers




The Supreme Court



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