- Развитие национального самосознания, стремления к взаимопониманию и толерантности.
- Приобщение к миру прекрасного, привитие эстетического вкуса.
1. Организационный момент.
Hello,children! I’m glad to see you. Today we are going to speak about one of the most important
things in the world. It is science. Science is important to most people living in the modern world
for a number of reasons. In particular, science is important for world peace and understanding, for
understanding of technology, and for our understanding of the world.
Today our aims are:
- to know famous people;
- to know real heroes;
- to respect their achievements;
- to be proud of them.
What do you think about science?
P 1 Science is important for world peace in many ways. On the one hand, scientists have helped
to develop many of the modern tools of war. On the other hand, they have also helped to keep the
peace through research, which has improved life for people. Scientists have helped us understand
the problem of supplying the world with enough energy; using energy of the sun and of the atom.
Scientists have also analysed the world's resources. Scientists study the Universe and how to use
its possibilities for the benefit of men.
P2 Scientists are also important for everyone who is affected by modern technology. Many of
the things that make our lives easier and better are results of advances in technology. In some
cases, such as technology of producing salt from ocean water, technology may be essential for our
lives on Earth.
P 3 Scientists are learning to predict earthquakes, to study many other natural events such as
storms. Scientists are also studying various aspects of human biology and the origin and
development of the human race. The study of the natural world may help improve life for many
people all over the world.
Basic knowledge of science is essential for everyone. It helps people to find their way in the
Scientists have transformed the way we think and live throughout the centuries. What are the most
important scientific discoveries of all time?
1. The Planets Move (2000 B.C. – 500 B.C.)
A thousand years of observations reveal that there are stars that move in the sky and follow
patterns, showing that the Earth is part of a solar system of planets separate from the fixed stars.
2. The Earth Moves (1543)
Nicolaus Copernicus places the sun, not the Earth, at the center of the solar system.
3. Planetary Orbits Are Elliptical (1605 – 1609)