The beauty of our native land
План урокаBrainstormToday is the 11th of March. It’s spring now. Spring is the beautiful season. Do you like spring? To my mind you like spring.
Do you like spring?Do you like to go to the park?Why do you like to go to the park?What are two meanings of the word “motherland”?And now let’s have a talk about the place you were born in.
Answer the questions about PavlovskWhen was Pavlovsk founded?Who founded Pavlovsk? Who was the main architect?What main sculptures in Pavlovsk do you know?
Make up a dialogue about the Pavlovsk PalaceSay some words about the Palace.The main building in the Pavlovsk Park is the Palace. Catherine II invited the architect Charles Cameron to build a summer residence for her son – Paul.
In his design Cameron was inspired by a traditional model of an Italian villa with a flat dome crowning it. By 1786 Cameron had managed to finish up several halls on the ground floor, but from 1786 the decoration of the state halls in the central building of the palace was supervised by Brenna, who took the place of Cameron.At the same time Brenna was responsible for considerable works in the park.
Crosswordtown –the suburb of St.-P.1. We like to go for a walk.2. The beautiful place is the White…..3. One of the towers4. The river in the park5. The main architect6. What kind of gate has Pavlovsk got?
Make up a suitable title to the pictures.Make up some sentences about the places.
Listen to the textSeven poetical sights of Russian nature were created in the Pavlovsk park. V. Zhukovsky wrote about the Pavlovsk park “With every step there is a new picture in my eyes”. Between the Parade Field and the White Birch one more beautiful building was created. It was the Rosy Pavilion. It was built in 1807. It was “the shrine of Flora, decorated by its favourite works of art”. Many roses blossomed around this building. Inside there were roses too. They were painted on the vases, in the pictures…. The Rosy Pavilion was the place of meetings such well-known poets and writers as Zhukovsky, Krylov, Karamzin, Gnedich. Maybe Pushkin was there too, because he wrote about one of the monuments “I saw as marble is crying”. Zhukovsky liked the Pavlovsk Palace very much and he wrote many poems about it. And I know that many of us like them.
Reading the poems about Pavlovsk
ЛитератураРозанов А. С. Музыкальный Павловск, 1978Цветослов утешной столицы, «БИП»1997Павловск Дворец, С-Пб, 2010
Презентацию подготовила:Федотова Ирина ВладимировнаУчитель английского языка ГОУ школа 638 Пушкинского районаг. Павловск