Підручник Англійська мова 7 клас для спеціалізованих навчальних закладів з поглибленим вивченням іноземної мови - Л.В. Калініна - Генеза 2015 рік

UNIT 7. A City to Explore

7.3. The city and people

Word Box

Phrase Box

Communication Box

wealth

to go back to something

No wonder,

countrymen

to make a will

Thanks to.

highly-educated

to be revived

versatile

to remind somebody of something

noticeable

to pay tribute

promote

to somebody

to be grateful

to somebody

to honour the memory of somebody

I. Conversation Warm-up

Look at the portraits of great Kyivites (p. 208—209) and say what sights of the capital are connected with their names.

Ivan Franko

Petro Mohyla

Bohdan Khmelnytskyi

Mykhailo Hrushevskyi

Taras Shevchenko

Yevhen Paton

Olexander Dovzhenko

Example: As far as I know, there is the Ivan Franko Ukrainian Drama Theatre in Kyiv.

II. Pronunciation Warm-up

Read the quotes of famous people and practise rhythm. Say who you agree with and why.

III. Grammar Smart

1. Look at the information chart about Andrew, Helen and Ann, the great admirers of Kyiv, and compare them using … as … as …; … not so… as… .

Comparison items

Helen

Andrew

Ann

Age

14

16

14

Address

Sadova Street, Zhytomyr

Shevchenko Street, Kyiv

Kashtanova street, Kyiv

Interests

history, flora

history

flora

Favourite pastime

travelling

travelling,

sightseeing

sightseeing

Favourite places in Kyiv

The Botanical Garden

The park of Eternal Glory

The historical places

Example: Helen is not so old as Andrew, but she is as old as Ann.

2. Look at the places of interest in Kyiv and fill in the article if necessary.

This is … National Art Gallery. The works of … Tetyana Yablonska are exhibited in … museum.

This is … Ukrainian Drama Theatre. It got the name of … Ivan Franko, a well-known writer, poet, translator.

3. Read the text and fill in the blanks with numbers.

This is Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv. … students study there. … of them came from other countries. There are … linguistic students, … students learn English, … and … students learn French and Spanish.

IV. Word Smart

a) Study the following words and word combinations and say why many sights in the capital are named after great Ukrainians.

to be greatful to somebody;

highly educated;

versatile;

noticeable;

to remind of;

to pay tribute to;

to promote somebody.

Example: I think there are a lot of sights of this kind in Kyiv, because Kyivites are grateful to their famous countrymen.

b) Say how grateful Kyivites honour the memory of their great countrymen. Give your examples.

Example: Kyivites honour the memory of their countrymen in different ways. For example, they name streets and squares after them. I know there is Sahaidachnyi street in the centre of Kyiv.

c) Play a guessing game. Think of any sight connected with a great person and describe it. Your classmates will try to guess it by asking yes/no questions.

Example: A: This is the most memorable place for many Kyivites.

B: Is it a monument?

A: No, it isn’t,

B: Is it an obelisk?

A: No, it isn’t. etc.

At Home: Find some information about any great Kyivite and present it to the class. Say how his/her memory is honoured in Kyiv.

V. Time to Read

1. Read the story told by a historian about one of the most ancient places in Kyiv and say what role these great Ukrainians played in its life.

Petro Mohyla

Petro Sahaidachnyi

Leonid Kravchuk

Once and Forever

Today I’d like to tell you about the past and the present of the most ancient and prestigious place in Kyiv.

Let’s start with its foundation first, which goes back to 1015, when a brotherhood of Ukrainian nobility, cossacks and priests founded a school. The school differed from all other schools as it gave a very good education. Hetman Petro Sahaidachnyi likes the idea of a new school and supported it in all possible ways. Affer his death, according to his will, much of his wealth was left to school. To honour his memory, grateful teachers, parents and members of the brotherhood buried Petro Sahaidachnyi near the school.

In 1632 another great man, Metropolitan Petro Mohyla, united Kyiv Lavra School, founded by him, and the brotherhood school. Thus, Kyiv Collegium appeared, which soon became the first university in Eastern Europe.

As Petro Mohyla was a highly educated person himself, he created the University which provided its graduates with an excellent academic education. Thanks to it, many well-known Ukrainians became versatile and well-educated people. No wonder, the University soon became an Academy and got the name of Petro Mohyla. Thus people paid tribute to its founder.

Largely thanks to the first Ukrainian president Leonid Kravchuk, Kyiv Mohyla Academy was revived in 1991. In 2014 the Kyiv Mohyla National Academy became increasingly noticeable not only in our country but abroad. Situated in an old building, in a picturesque place of Podil, it reminds its visitors of the great Kyivites.

Across Cultures: Ukraine

Petro Mohyla - the Metropolitan of Kyiv since 1633 and the founder of the first University in eastern Europe.

Petro Sahaidachnyi - Ukrainian political and civic leader, Hetman of Ukrainian Zaporozhian Cossacks from 1616-1622, a brilliant military leader.

2. Form the correct statements from the words given in the box. Fill in the sentences.

1. There are a lot of green trees in our neighbourhood.

2. The students of the University created their own … .

3. I’ve been living in Kyiv since my … .

4. All Kyivites are proud of their … .

5. We’ve learned about English … in the Historical Museum.

6. The … of a famous Ukrainian actress was much written about.

neighbourhood;

mother;

brother;

woman;

child;

knight.

VI. Time to Communicate

1. Act as a student and speak about the first Ukrainian University in Eastern Europe.

Use:

to go back

to something;

to be revived;

to remind somebody of something brotherhood;

highly-educated;

to become increasingly noticeable.

2. In pairs, talk about any remarkable place in Kyiv connected with the name of a great person. Use the pattern.

Pattern:

A: I say … , have you ever … ?

B: No, but why?

A: It’ll be interesting for you to know … .

B: Really? Who was … ?

A: According to … . Thanks to … .

B: I see. And when … , I wonder?

A: Largely thanks to … it … .

B: Can you say … and … ?

A: Sure. If you go … . By the way, do you … ?

B: I’ve read about . and can … .

A: Let’s … and … .

B: With pleasure.

3. Find some information about any place of interest in Kyiv connected with great Kyivite and present your findings to the class.

VII. Time to Write

Write a tourist flier or a brochure about sights in Kyiv named after great Kyivites.





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