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    Внеклассное мероприятие "Финляндия- наш северный сосед" на английском языке.
    презентация к уроку по английскому языку (7 класс) на тему

    Гущина Марина Владимировна

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    - Let us introduce the information about Finland to you.

    -So, Finland is our Northern neighbor. The Russian Federation borders it in the north-west.

    You can see the Finnish flag. Do you know what it means? The blue cross means all water resources of  Finland that this country is rich in. And the white background means snow as it is a northern country.

    -As for the coat of arms, it depicts a golden lion on the red background. A lion is the symbol of power. And there are 9 silver flowers according to the number of  historical regions in Finland.

    -Finland is the country in the North of Europe.  It is a member of  EU.

    The official languages are Finnish and Swedish.

    It is washed by the Baltic Sea and the Finnish Gulf.

    Most of the country is situated beyond the Arctic Circle.

    The largest cities are Turku, Tampere, Oulu, Rovaniemi and Helsinki- the capital of Finland. It is a modern busy city with more than half a million population.

    -As for water resources, Finland is called a country of thousands of lakes. There are also many rivers which connect these lakes. One of the most picturesque regions is A District of Lakes. It”s famous for beautiful sceneries

    -The largest lake is Saima

    -The longest river is Kemijoki.

    -The supply of natural resources in Finland is not rich. There are deposits of zinc, marble, peat.

    -Nearly 2\3 of the territory is covered with forests. It is valuable row material for industry.

     To the North there is more tundra and forestry tundra.

    As for animal world, there are many bears, foxes, elks, squirrels, wolves, hares and lynxes.

    Of course, everyone knows about reindeer. There are many reindeer farms, especially in Lapland.

    -There is a Zoo near Rovanieni, called Ranua Zoo. Here you can see all the animals living in Finland. It is the only Zoo in the world situated beyond the Arctic Circle.

    The most well-known inhabitant of the zoo is a polar bear cub. It was named RanZo after the

     name of the zoo.

    -Now some facts about the history of Finland.

    The first settlements on the territory of modern Finland appeared nearly a thousand of years ago. The native tribes were mostly hunters and fishermen.

    The real data about Finland go back to the 12th century. There were many Christ campaigns from Sweden at that time. Finland got its independence after the Great October Revolution in Russia on the of 6th December  1917.

    -Finland is a sportive country. As it is a northern country, the most popular sports are hockey, skiing, mountain skiing, snowboarding and figure skating.

    -Education in Finland is compulsory from 7 to 17. Education is free. Everything is given to students at school, including stationery.

    They study 190 days a year, five days a week. Saturdays and Sundays are their days- off.

    There is not any school uniform.

    The exams or tests are not compulsory. If there are any, students are allowed to use the Internet and reference books. The main task is to be able to use all the sources of information.

    The education is available for foreign students, that’s why many students from Russia study there.

    -Cultural life of Finland includes historical traditions and customs of different nationalities who live in Finland: Saams, Finish Tatars and Swedish.

    Finland had been dependant on Sweden and Russia for many years before it got its independence. That’s why it appreciates its real Finnish national values. But there is a great influence of American culture nowadays because of the development of IT and tourism.

    -Now some names connected with Finnish Culture.

    Michael Agricola (1510-1557), a church leader, a scientist and a philologist – a creator of Finnish literature language.

    Ellias Lennrot (1802-1884), a philologist, a collector and researcher of Finnish epos “Kalevala”.

    Alexis Kivi (1834-1872), a writer, one of the founders of  fiction in the Finnish language.

    Jan Sibelius (1865-1957), a composer, a founder of Finnish national music.

    Luysi Nifontova, a famous ballet dancer in 1920-s.

    -Now some words about Finnish crafts.  

    The most popular are carvings made of wood, steel knives, different things made of wool and fur. Everything is made of natural materials.

    The most famous Finnish trends are Martiini, Marimekko, Taigacorru.

    -Now listen about holidays and festivals in Finland.

    There are very many folk festivals in Finland, where people dance or sing.

    A little later you’ll listen to Finnish polka song.

    -Of course the most popular holiday in Finland is Christmas. They have long Christmas holidays, when most of people get together with the families and go to ski resorts to have fun.

    -Rovaniemi is supposed to be the motherland of Santa Clause. We hope, that some of you have already visited his fairy village full of lights and miracles.

    -As for Easter, in Finland it is more a source of energy and joy than a religious holiday. They  give chocolate rabbits to each other on that day.

    -On the 1st of May the Finnish celebrate Vapunvyaivya, a holiday of spring. It is similar to Russian Varvara’s Day. On this day they celebrate spring and greet warm and sunny weather. There is a carnival with numerous concerts of students choirs.

    -Mothers’ Day. They celebrate Mothers’ Day on the second Sunday in May. In Finland it is more important than the 8th of March. Mothers’ Day is a family holiday. On this day they give roses to their mothers. And there is a rose tram in the streets of Helsinki. 

    -Yuhanus Day is one of the most favourite holidays for the Finnish. It is a pagan holiday.  It is celebrated funnily and widely in June. They usually go to the District of lakes to their summer houses, make fires and barbecue. 

            



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    Вопросы на проверку внимательности по окончании презентации:

    1. How many silver flowers are there on the Finnish coat of arms?
    2. What are the big cities in Finland?
    3. What is the name of the white bear cub, born in Ranua Zoo?
    4. What were the native tribes?
    5. Do the pupils in Finland go to school on Saturdays?
    6. What is the name of Finnish composer, founder  of national music?
    7. What is the Motherland of Santa?
    8. What is there in the streets of Helsinki on Mother’s Day?
    9. What is the Finnish for  Welcome?

    Примеры дополнительных вопросов из зала:

    1. What is the traditional Finnish food?
    2. Do Finnish people pick mushrooms and berries in the forest?
    3. They say all Finns have blue eyes and blonde hair. Is it true?
    4. Which foreign languages do Finnish students study? Do they study Russian?
    5. Why do Finns call their country Soumi? Суоми
    6. Finns like sauna very much. Is it true they have sauna even in the flats?
    7. Who is the president  of Finland?

     

    (ответы)

    1. Traditionally the Finnish eat much fish and meat, different soups and cereals.
    2.  They pick berries, such as blueberry, wild berry and cranberry. As for mushrooms, they pick only white mushrooms and mushrooms that can be salted.
    3.  Yes, it’s true.
    4. They usually study English and Swedish. They are compulsory. As for Russian, they don’t study it.
    5. They call it so, because Sou means swamp. The Finnish call their country a country of thousands of swamps or lakes.
    6.  Yes, it’s true. They have sauna even in their flats.
    7. The president  of Finland is Sauli Niinistyos, he was elected on the 5th of February, 2012.



    Подписи к слайдам:

    Finland- our Northern neighbour
    .
    Finland is the country in the North of Europe. It is a member of EU. Most of it is situated beyond the Arctic Circle. It is washed by the Baltic Sea and the Finnish Gulf. The largest cities are Turku, Tampere, Oulu and Rovaniemi.
    Helsinki is the capital of Finland

    Water bodies
    The largest lake is Saima
    The longest river is Kemijokki
    Natural resources
    Flora and Fauna of Finland


    Подписи к слайдам:

    Reindeer Farms
    Ranua Zoo
    A Brief History of Suomi
    The first settlements on the territory of modern Finland appeared nearly a thousand of years ago. The native tribes were mostly hunters and fishermen.
    A Brief History of Suomi
    The real data about Finland go back to the 12th century. There were many Christ campaigns from Sweden at that time. Finland got its independence after the Great October Revolution in Russia on the of 6th December 1917.
    Finland is a sportive country
    Education in Finland
    Education in Finland is compulsory from 7 to 17. Education is free. Everything is given to students at school.
    Education in Finland
    They study 190 days a year, five days a week. There is not any school uniform. They exams or tests are not compulsory. The education is available for foreign students.
    Cultural life of Finland
    Cultural life of Finland includes historical traditions and customs of different nationalities who live in Finland: Saams, Finish Tatars and Swedish.


    Подписи к слайдам:

    Cultural life in Finland
    Michael Agricola (1510-1557), a church leader, a scientist and a philologist – a creator of Finnish literature language.
    Ellias Lennrot (1802-1884), a philologist, a collector and researcher of Finnish epos “Kalevala”.
    Cultural life in Finland
    Alexis Kivi (1834-1872), a writer, one of the founders of fiction in the Finnish language.
    Jan Sibelius (1865-1957), a composer, a founder of Finnish national music.
    Cultural life in Finland

    Luysiya Nifontova, a famous ballet dancer in 1920-s
    Finnish Crafts
    Finnish Crafts
    Finnish trends Martiini
    Finnish trends
    Finnish trends
    Holidays and Festivals in Finland
    Christmas
    Motherland of Santa

    Easter
    In Finland it is more a source of energy and joy than a religious holiday. They give chocolate rabbits to each other on that day.


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    Vapunvyaivya
    On the 1st of May the Finnish celebrate Vapunvyaivya, a holiday of spring.
    Mothers’ Day.
    “A Rose Tram” for mums.
    They celebrate Mothers’ Day on the second Sunday in May. Mothers’ Day is a family holiday.
    Yuhanus Day
    Yuhanus Day is one of the most favourite holidays for the Finnish. It is a pagan holiday. It is celebrated funnily and widely in June. They usually go to the District of lakes to their summer houses, make fires and barbecue.
    Learn to speak Finnish
    Terve!- Привет!Hei! - Привет!Hyvaa paivaa!- Добрый день!Huomenta!-Доброе утро!Tervetulоa! Добро пожаловать!Nakemiin!- Извините…Kiitos!-Спасибо!
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