«Урок по английскому языку на тему «Kazakhstan 2050»


The English
Сабақ жоспары №31
The subject of the lesson:Kazakhstan-2050
The aims of the lesson: 1) Educational- to present new grammar theme: Kazakhstan-2050 2) Developing- pupil’s speech, memory, logic thinking, word source, pupils outlook, increasing interests in learning language.
3) Bringing up-humanism, patriotism
The type of the lesson:АраласMethods:Іздену әдісі
Interobjects connection:Kazakh language, Russian language, Geography, History
The visual aids:CD,CD-RW. Ноутбук. Ғаламтор қолдану
The procedure of the lesson:
Organization moment:(3 мин)
Greeting
Good day, students! Sit down! I am glad to see you!
We begin our English Lesson!
Conversation with on duty:
Who is on duty today?
What date is it today?
What day is it today?
Who is absent?
Thank you, very much! Sit down!
Check up the educational accessories.
Creation the language atmosphere
What is the weather like today?
What season is it now?
Is it raining today?
Phonetic drill:(3 мин)
If you ever everever meet a grizzly bear,
You should never neverneverask him where
He is going.
For if you ever ever dare
to stop a grizzly bear,
You will never meet another grizzly bear.
Repetition of the lesson.
Checking the home task.
What was your home task for today?
Presentation of the new material:(25 мин)
New words.lefttop
"Kazakhstan 2050 Strategy: a new political course of successful country"
Astana, December 14th – Kazakhstan’s President, NursultanNazarbayev, delivered today his State-of-the-Nation address entitled ‘Kazakhstan 2050 Strategy: a new political course of a successful country’ at the new Opera and Ballet Theatre in Astana. Kazakhstan 2050 Strategy is a new political course for the country until 2050 that builds on tasks set by Kazakhstan 2030 Strategy. Kazakhstan Strategy 2030, developed in 1997, defined the country’s strategic goals, in terms of international security, stability and national unity, economic growth, health and education, energy resources, infrastructure and professional state. Kazakhstan 2030 Strategy was implemented ahead of time. Kazakhstan's Development Program until 2050 has therefore already been in development for two years. Kazakhstan 2050 Strategy will integrate with Kazakhstan’s previous strategy. The country’s achievements and development model will become the basis of the new political course. “I am convinced that Kazakhstan of 2050 is a society of universal labour. It is a State with a strong economy, with everything devoted for a person. With the strong education, and great healthcare.With peace and serenity. With citizens who are free and equal, and the authority is fair. With supremacy of the Law”, said President Nazarbayev. Kazakhstan 2030 Strategy: outlook of a true success In particular, Kazakhstan's GDP has increased over 15 years 16 fold and its GDP per capita – 7 fold. The country has also reached a 12-fold growth of its foreign trade and a 20-fold increase in its industrial output. Kazakhstan is today a middle-income country with a dynamically growing economy. Harmony and Peace have been strengthened among the 140 ethnic groups and 17 religions established in the country and Kazakhstan is today an important international centre of inter-cultural and inter-religious dialogue. The government has also worked on improving the well-being of Kazakhstani. The average monthly salary grew by 9.3 times. Conditions to ensure highquality healthcare services in all regions of the country are being worked on and since 1997, 942 schools and 758 hospitals have been built across the country. Kazakhstan’s oil and gas complex remains the powerhouse of Kazakhstan’s economy, which facilitates growth of other sectors. The share of the oil and gas sector within the country’s GDP has been growing at a steady rate, increasing from 3.7% in 1997 up to 25.8% in 2011. The country has diversified its export markets and secured its positions, thereby having reduced its dependence on any particular export direction. Over 48,000 km of public highways, as well as 1100 km of railways have been built and reconstructed and a New Silk Road is being revived by setting up a “Western Europe – Western China” transportation corridor. Strategy Kazakhstan 2050 – a new political course for Kazakhstan in a fast changing world The Head of State mentioned that the main goal is to join the club of the 30 most developed countries of the world by 2050. “The nation must be ready to face changes in the global economic climate, realising clearly that the desired spot is guaranteed only to those with the strongest economies,” he said. In order to reach this goal, seven key directions have been given. Economic policy The essence of economic policy of the new course is universal economic pragmatism, which will mean defining new markets, creating a favourable investment climate and creating an effective private sector economy. Government will need to focus on deficit reduction, inflation control, new monetary policy, efficient fund investments. A new system of managing natural resources should also be developed, in which a special strategy will define priorities and partners. The Government must also develop a thorough plan for the next phase of industrialisation. The objective is that the share of non-energy export in total export must double by 2025, and triple by 2040. Comprehensive support of entrepreneurship Domestic entrepreneurship is a driving force in the new economic policy. The share of small and medium enterprises in the economy must double by 2030. For this, conditions must be developed to enable people to become a true participant of ongoing economic transformation in the country and a robust dialogue on the principles of public private partnership must be built. A second wave of wide scale privatisation must also be pursued. This is a crucial step for strengthening domestic entrepreneurship. New principles of social policy The main goal is social security and the well-being of the citizens. This is the best guarantee of stability in a society. There is a growing need within the Kazakhstani society for an updated and more effective social capable of meeting the current challenges. More specifically, basic social standards to citizens should be guaranteed to prevent poverty, social imbalances should be addressed and employment and salary policy should be modernized. Knowledge and professional skills Education is a key element to reach this goal. "Knowledge and professional skills are the pinpoints of the modern system of education and training of young personnel. Kazakhstan should become a highly intelligent and well-educated nation. Otherwise, we will not be able to achieve our ambitious goals. Our new political course is to give us new opportunities - better education, decent work and great future," the President said. Further strengthening of the statehood and development of Kazakhstan democracy The country should follow the civilized path, together with the whole world and to take a course towards further democratization of the society. The country should continue its policy of strengthening the Parliaments powers. Furthermore, the State apparatus should develop a new system of interaction with the business society. The fight against the corruption should be strengthened, including improving the anti-corruption legislation in order to achieve the ultimate goal – to eradicate corruption within Kazakhstan. Consistent and predictable foreign policy Kazakhstan’s balanced foreign policy means the country is developing friendly and predictable relations with all states and playing a significant role in the global agenda that represents the interests of all Kazakhstan. Nevertheless, the international situation and geopolitical environment has changed dramatically with new security threats. A modernization of the country’s foreign policy is therefore necessary. Four priorities have been set: Strengthen regional and national security; Actively develop economic and trade diplomacy; Intensify international cooperation in cultural, humanitarian, scientific and education fields; Enhance the legal protection of the citizens and their personal, family and business interests abroad. New Kazakhstan patriotism Onecan not build a full grown state without its confidence in the future and therefore no-one in Kazakhstan should feel discriminated against. Furthermore Kazakhstan 2050 should be a society of progressive ideals.
Consolidation of the new lesson: (12 мин)Conclusion of the lesson: (2 мин)
1. The result of the lesson
2. Home task: Tell about Kazakhstan. Learn the new words.
English
Course 1
Lesson № 31
"Kazakhstan 2050 Strategy: a new political course of successful country"
Astana, December 14th – Kazakhstan’s President, NursultanNazarbayev, delivered today his State-of-the-Nation address entitled ‘Kazakhstan 2050 Strategy: a new political course of a successful country’ at the new Opera and Ballet Theatre in Astana. Kazakhstan 2050 Strategy is a new political course for the country until 2050 that builds on tasks set by Kazakhstan 2030 Strategy. Kazakhstan Strategy 2030, developed in 1997, defined the country’s strategic goals, in terms of international security, stability and national unity, economic growth, health and education, energy resources, infrastructure and professional state. Kazakhstan 2030 Strategy was implemented ahead of time. Kazakhstan's Development Program until 2050 has therefore already been in development for two years. Kazakhstan 2050 Strategy will integrate with Kazakhstan’s previous strategy. The country’s achievements and development model will become the basis of the new political course. “I am convinced that Kazakhstan of 2050 is a society of universal labour. It is a State with a strong economy, with everything devoted for a person. With the strong education, and great healthcare.With peace and serenity. With citizens who are free and equal, and the authority is fair. With supremacy of the Law”, said President Nazarbayev. Kazakhstan 2030 Strategy: outlook of a true success In particular, Kazakhstan's GDP has increased over 15 years 16 fold and its GDP per capita – 7 fold. The country has also reached a 12-fold growth of its foreign trade and a 20-fold increase in its industrial output. Kazakhstan is today a middle-income country with a dynamically growing economy. Harmony and Peace have been strengthened among the 140 ethnic groups and 17 religions established in the country and Kazakhstan is today an important international centre of inter-cultural and inter-religious dialogue. The government has also worked on improving the well-being of Kazakhstani. The average monthly salary grew by 9.3 times. Conditions to ensure highquality healthcare services in all regions of the country are being worked on and since 1997, 942 schools and 758 hospitals have been built across the country. Kazakhstan’s oil and gas complex remains the powerhouse of Kazakhstan’s economy, which facilitates growth of other sectors. The share of the oil and gas sector within the country’s GDP has been growing at a steady rate, increasing from 3.7% in 1997 up to 25.8% in 2011. The country has diversified its export markets and secured its positions, thereby having reduced its dependence on any particular export direction. Over 48,000 km of public highways, as well as 1100 km of railways have been built and reconstructed and a New Silk Road is being revived by setting up a “Western Europe – Western China” transportation corridor. Strategy Kazakhstan 2050 – a new political course for Kazakhstan in a fast changing world The Head of State mentioned that the main goal is to join the club of the 30 most developed countries of the world by 2050. “The nation must be ready to face changes in the global economic climate, realising clearly that the desired spot is guaranteed only to those with the strongest economies,” he said. In order to reach this goal, seven key directions have been given. Economic policy The essence of economic policy of the new course is universal economic pragmatism, which will mean defining new markets, creating a favourable investment climate and creating an effective private sector economy. Government will need to focus on deficit reduction, inflation control, new monetary policy, efficient fund investments. A new system of managing natural resources should also be developed, in which a special strategy will define priorities and partners. The Government must also develop a thorough plan for the next phase of industrialisation. The objective is that the share of non-energy export in total export must double by 2025, and triple by 2040. Comprehensive support of entrepreneurship Domestic entrepreneurship is a driving force in the new economic policy. The share of small and medium enterprises in the economy must double by 2030. For this, conditions must be developed to enable people to become a true participant of ongoing economic transformation in the country and a robust dialogue on the principles of public private partnership must be built. A second wave of wide scale privatisation must also be pursued. This is a crucial step for strengthening domestic entrepreneurship. 2050 should be a society of progressive ideals.

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