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Автор: Логунова Марина Павловна,
учитель английского языка
МБОУ «Архангельская СОШ
им. Героя Советского Союза
Краснова В.М.»
с. Архангел Меленковский район
Владимирская область
Конкурс дидактических материалов «Земля Владимирская»
Суздаль - это душа и сердце Золотого кольца.
Краткая аннотация
Данный текст предназначен для изучения на уроках английского языка в 7
классе и может быть использован в качестве дополнительной информации
краеведческого характера, работая над темой «Англоязычные страны», в разделе
«Русский – это международный язык?» УМК авторов М.З. Биболетовой, Н.Н.
Трубаневой «EnjoyEnglish»7 класс.
В соответствии с возрастными особенностями обучающихся предлагается
сочетание эмоционально-познавательной и познавательно-поисковой методики
изучения истории родного края на уроках английского языка. Это поможет
пробудить у обучающихся познавательный интерес, повысить активность
усвоения знаний, способствовать созданию положительной мотивации учащихся.
Задания направлены на формирование у обучающихся специальных учебных
умений в области предмета английский язык, а также универсальных учебных
действий, таких как, умение работать с текстом, извлекать нужную информацию,
сотрудничать со сверстниками, отвечать на вопросы, аргументировать свою точку
Лексический и грамматический материал, используемый в данном тексте, объем
текста и заданий соответствуют уровню подготовленности учащихся 7 класса.
Before reading
Step 1. Look at the picture and try to guess.
 What town can you see in the pictures?
 Is it an ancient or a new town?
 What is this town famous for?
 Would you like to visit this town?
Step 2. Match the words to their definitions. Give the Russian equivalents of the
1) a small area or country that is ruled by
a) successor
a prince;
2) a place that is protected against attack;
b) invasion
3) a person who has a job, position, or title
c) principality
after someone else;
4) either of two historical books of canonical
d) tribulations
Jewish and Christian Scripture;
5) a building for religious practice;
e) temple
6) unhappiness, pain, or suffering;
f) chronicles
7) incursion of an army for conquest or
g) fortress
II. While reading the text
Step 1. Read the text and think: “Why do people call Suzdal the heart and soul
of the Golden Ring?”
Suzdal is the heart and soul of the Golden Ring.
The people call Suzdal the heart and soul of the Golden Ring. The open-air
museum is another name for this glorious city where the small area comprises more than
200 ancient monuments. The colorful Suzdal is one of the few genuine Russian cities
that manage to preserve the charm of antiquity, the unique spirit of Slavic traditions, the
stunning architecture and the warm aura of the holy places. The history of the city dates
back to the 11th century. Suzdal is situated 37 kilometers north of Vladimir. Suzdal
was built on the river Kamenka as a fortress. The powerful fortress - the Suzdal Kremlin
- was the beginning of a new city. In 1024 Suzdal was first mentioned in the chronicles.
And no wonder, because at that time it became a large and developed city in the
northeast of Kievan Rus. In the middle of the 11th century it reached its zenith and
became the capital of the Rostov-Suzdal principality. Yuri Dolgoruky became the first
Prince of Suzdal. But his successor, Andrew Bogolyubsky, moved the capital to
Vladimir principality. Then Suzdal suffered from the Mongol invasion. The next stage
in the life of Suzdal was its entry into the Moscow principality in the end of the 15th
century. The beginning of the 16th century brought a lot of tribulations to Suzdal land.
In 1608 and 1611 the city was twice occupied by the Poles. In 1634 the city suffered
devastating raids of Crimean Tatars, then the devastating fire in 1644 destroyed the
entire western part of the dwelling, and in 1654-1655 the epidemic of “pestilence”
turned the city into a wasteland. In the 17th century the city saw intensive construction.
Erected at that time were all current complexes, the best of which are the ancient
Kremlin, the Intercession and Savior Efimyev monasteries.
The history of Suzdal is full of tragic pages, but the surprising thing is that every
time the city rose from the dead and shone even more beautifully than ever. Perhaps the
reason is that Suzdal is the holy land, full of monasteries and temples. In the 14th
century the city had eight monasteries and at least forty churches. In the end of the 18th
century Suzdal became the main town of Vladimir region. And in the last century
Suzdal draw the attention of the entire world thanks to its unique monuments of Central
Russian architecture.
Explain your answer, using:
 I think…
 I suppose…
 As for me…
 To my mind…
 In my opinion…
 From my point of view…
III. After reading the text.
Step 1. Read the text to find out which sentences below are “True”, “ False”, “Not
a) There are less than 200 ancient monuments in Suzdal. __________
b) The history of the city dates back to the 11th century. ___________
c) Suzdal is the holy land, full of monasteries and temples. __________
d) The churches often stood in pairs – a cold, high – vaulted summer church
usually elaborately decorated and next to it a smaller, simpler one for the
e) In 1608 and 1611 the city was twice occupied by the Poles. ________
f) In the end of the 18th century Suzdal became the capital of Vladimir.________
Step 2. Writing. Make up the plan to the content of the text:
In 1024 …
In the middle of the 11th century …
In the 14th century …
In the end of the 15th century …
The beginning of the 16th century …
In 1608 and 1611 …
In 1634…
In 1644 …
In 1654-1655…
In the 17th century …
In the end of the 18th century …
Step 2. Speaking.Try to tell the class about Suzdal, using the plan.
Использованные материалы
2. Спасо-Евфимиев монастырь в Суздале
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3. Суздаль картинки
4. Словарь определений
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