«Тhe 8th of March»
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Автор презентации: Кузнецова Юлия Викторовна
Международный женский день
-формирование общей компетенции по теме «Тhe 8thofMarch».
-активизировать употребление лексики;
-совершенствовать навыки чтения;
-формировать навыки монологического высказывания;
-дать дополнительную информацию об истории праздника;
- повышать мотивацию обучения.
Познавательный аспект: учащиеся знакомятся с традициями и культурой своей и других стран на основе праздника 8 Марта.
Развивающий аспект: целенаправленное развитие психологических функций, связанных с речевой деятельностью, таких как внимание, способность к анализу и синтезу, логическое мышление, способность к выявлению языковых закономерностей, зрительная и слуховая память, фонематический слух.
Слайд 1The 8th of March
Слайд 2There are many holidays in our country, the 8th of March is one of them. There is almost the same holiday in England. It is called Mothers Day and celebrated also in spring. Sons and daughters come and give gifts to their mothers on this day. If it is not possible to see a mother, one can send presents and cards to her. Flowers and cakes are the traditional gifts for all mothers in England. It is a good tradition in our country to give presents and flowers to women on this day. Each family celebrates this spring holiday. In the morning men go to the shops or markets to buy some flowers. They try to clean flats and help women to cook a holiday dinner. Some families celebrate the 8th of March going to the theatres and concerts. Others prefer to invite guests and stay at home.
Слайд 3Vocabulary Международный женский день Handicrafts for mums and grannies Тюльпаны, мимоза и нарциссы Present for the 8th of March Букет цветов Corporate celebration Открытки "С 8-м марта" The International Women's Day Подарки на 8-е марта Tulips, mimosa and daffodils Поделки для мам и бабушек Greeting cards “Happy 8th of March” Нерабочий день Holiday Корпоративный праздник Spring holiday Весенний праздник Flower bouquets
Слайд 4International Women`s Day The IWD was first celebrated on 19 March 1911 in Germany following a declaration by the Socialist Party of America. It's only in the beginning of the 20th century that the day was officially and internationally acknowledged due to the rapid industrialization and the social protest that it accompanied. International Women's Day. On this day women are usually given flowers and small gifts. It is also celebrated as an equivalent of Mother's Day in some countries. Children also give small gifts to their mothers and grandmothers. In 1975, the United Nations gave official sanction to and started financing International Women's Day. Although, women are becoming more powerful in business, entertainment, politics and many more areas, there are still a lot of inequalities around the world which call for the mobilization of everybody to grant women the proper status they merit.
Слайд 5Comprehension: When was the first IWD celebrated? a. In the end of the 20th century b. In the middle of the 20th century Early in the 20th century. Social unrest and industrialization were some of the causes that led to IWD a. True False The IWD is celebrated _____ around the world a. similarly Differently Women still need to fight a. for more equality b. for higher wages
Слайд 6International Women`s Day Complete the text in the right order: In the United States, National Women's Day was observed on 28 February 1909 following a declaration by the Socialist Party of America. The following year, the Socialist Party organized the first international women's conference in Copenhagen and proposed to establish an 'International Women's Day' to honour the women's rights movement. Less than a week later, on 25 March, the tragic Triangle Fire in New York City took the lives of more than 140 working girls, most of them Italian and Jewish immigrants. This event had a significant impact on labour legislation in the United States to improve the working conditions for women. Today, International Women’s Day is observed every 8 March in many prominent nations of the world. It is now an official holiday in Armenia, Russia, Belarus, Bulgaria, Kazakhstan, Macedonia, Moldova, Mongolia, Tajikistan, Ukraine, Vietnam, etc. The industrial boom at the turn of the 20th Century showed booming population growth and the rise of radical ideologies. With economic emancipation, women began to be more self-sufficient and conscious of their rights. In 1908, 15,000 women marched through New York City demanding shorter hours, better pay and voting rights. In Europe more than one million women and men attended IWD rallies campaigning for women's rights to work and vote. German women chose the date of the celebration because, on 19 March 1848 the Prussian king had promised many reforms in the face of an armed uprising, including an unfulfilled voting right for women.
Слайд 7The quiz on International Women's Day Give your brain cells some exercise. Try out the questions in the quiz on International Women's Day and check your knowledge about it. International Women's Day is celebrated on 4 July 8 March 1 December 8 March In the United States, National Women's Day was observed on 19 March, 1911 28 February, 1909 19 March, 1848 8 March, 1857 One In 1910, the first international women's conference was held in New Delhi Copenhagen San Francisco New York
Слайд 8The quiz on International Women's Day Give your brain cells some exercise. Try out the questions in the quiz on International Women's Day and check your knowledge about it. In the year 1911, over 140 women lost their lives in a devastating fire in this place in New York Macdonald’s Triangle Factory Walsh Shoe Factory The Old American Can Factory International Women's Day is an official holiday in this country France Italy Russia Bangladesh
Слайд 11 Использованные источники TheHolidaySpot.com Womans-Day-Pictures.com Nastol.com.ua
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