Theme: The first president’s day
Development of extracurricular activities on the Day of the First President of the Republic of Kazakhstan.
Aims and objectives:
• Formation of patriotism
• Bringing up the love, respect and interest in the culture and heritage of the historic past of the Kazakh people.
• In the example, the life way of the President to inculcate students with love of knowledge, labor, respect for elders.
Equipment: Symbols of Kazakhstan, interactive board.
Good day, dear teachers and students. Welcome to our extracurricular lesson which is devoted to the Day of the First President of the Republic of Kazakhstan. The students of the 4th course prepared some materials about our first president and his achievements.
Day of the First President of Kazakhstan is a day of unity, harmony and historic choice. The holiday was proposed by a group of senators, who suggested that December 1, the day of election of the first president of Kazakhstan, should be made a national holiday.
Nursultan Nazarbayev, who turned 73 in July 2013, was first elected president of Kazakhstan, at that moment the Kazakh Social Soviet Republic which was part of the USSR, 20 year ago on April 24, 1990.
Since then Nursultan Nazarbayev has been elected president of the independent Kazakhstan a few times through direct elections - in 1991, 1999, 2005. In 1995 his term as president of Kazakhstan was extended by the national referendum. Nazarbayev collected 95.55% of votes during snap presidential elections in April 2011.
In 2007 the parliament amended the law to allow Nursultan Nazarbayev to run for president an unlimited number of times.
Now we want to give you some information about Nursultan Nazarbayev.
July 6, 1940 at Ushkonyr Zhailau (the summer encampment) of the Trans-Ili Alatau in the family of Abish and Alzhan Nazarbayev was born a long-awaited boy and parents named him Nursultan.
There befallen a great story with a choice of baby’s name. Relatives gathered at the celebration in eager rivalry offered a variety of names. Finally newly-born child’s grandmother Myrzabala suggested: "Let my beloved grandson have two names at the same time - Nur and Sultan, let him be Nursultan".
Like most grandmothers in the world, Myrzabala played a significant role in moulding of a personality of grandson. Nursultan’s mother Alzhan reminisced how Myrzabala gave advices and guidance to children, daughter in law, told about the primordial national traditions and superstitions, actively participated in upbringing of grandson Nursultan.
Myrzabala’s son, the father of Nursultan Nazarbayev - Abish - born in 1903 at the foot of the Alatau mountains in the family of Nazarbay bi (judge).
Abish Nazarbayev was cheerful and respectable man. He is fluent not only in Kazakh, but Russian and Bulgarian languages. Abish cordially singing Kazakh and Russian songs, was able to listen to the interlocutor, to give good advices. Abish Nazarbayev died in 1971.
Nazarbayev's mother - Alzhan - was born in 1910 in the family of mullah from Kasyk village in Kurday district of Dzhambul oblast.
After leaving school he took up a one year, government-funded scholarship at the Karaganda Steel Mill in Temirtau. He also spent time training at a steel plant in Dniprodzerzhynsk, and therefore was away from Temirtau as riots over working conditions enveloped the town. By the age of 20, he was earning a relatively good wage doing "incredibly heavy and dangerous work" in the blast furnace.
He joined the Communist Party in 1962, and quickly became a prominent member of the Young Communist League. He soon became a full-time worker for the party, and picked up a college education at the Karagandy Polytechnic Institute. He was appointed secretary of the Communist Party Committee of the Karaganda Metallurgical Kombinat in 1972, and four years later became Second Secretary of the Karaganda Regional Party Committee.
In his role as a bureaucrat, Nazarbayev spent his days dealing with legal papers, solving logistical problems and industrial disputes, as well as meeting workers to solve individual issues. He later wrote that "the central allocation of capital investment and the distribution of funds" meant that infrastructure was poor, workers were demoralized and overworked, and centrally set targets were unrealistic; he saw the steel plant's problems as a microcosm for the problems for the Soviet Union as a whole.
In 1984, Nazarbayev became the Prime Minister of Kazakhstan (chairman of the Council of Ministers), working under Dinmukhamed Kunayev, the First Secretary of the Communist Party of Kazakhstan. Nazarbayev criticized Askar Kunayev, head of the Academy of Sciences, at the 16th session of the Communist Party of Kazakhstan in January 1986 for not reforming his department. Dinmukhamed Kunayev, Nazarbayev's boss and Askar's brother, felt deeply angered and betrayed. Kunayev went to Moscow and demanded Nazarbayev's dismissal while Nazarbayev's supporters campaigned for Kunayev's dismissal and Nazarbayev's promotion.
Kunayev was ousted in 1985 and replaced by a Russian, Gennady Kolbin, who despite his office had little authority in Kazakhstan. Nazarbayev was named party leader on 22 June 1989-- only the second Kazakh (after Kunayev) to hold the post. He was Chairman of the Supreme Soviet (head of state) from 22 February to 24 April 1990.
Despite having just been named as leader of Kazakhstan, Nazarbayev was close enough to Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev that he was Gorbachev's second choice to be Vice President of the Soviet Union in 1990. However, Nazarbayev turned the offer down. On 24 April 1990, Nazarbayev was named the first President of Kazakhstan by the Supreme Soviet. He supported Russian President Boris Yeltsin against the attempted coup in August 1991 by Soviet hardliners.
The Soviet Union disintegrated following the failed coup, though Nazarbayev was highly concerned with maintaining the close economic ties between Kazakhstan and Russia. In the country's first presidential election, held on 1 December, he appeared alone on the ballot and won 91.5% of the vote. On 21 December, he signed the Alma-Ata Protocol, taking Kazakhstan into the Commonwealth of Independent States.
Nursultan Nazarbayev’s wife Sara Nazarbaeva is a
He has three daughters:
Dariga Nazarbaeva –has two sons and a daughter
Dinara Nazarbaeva- has a son and two daughters
Alya Nazarbaeva- has two daughters
N. Nazarbaeva has 8 great children and 2 grand great children.
As you know after getting Independence there were a lot of changes in Kazakhstan. Now we invite you to the travelling around the Kazakhstan.
Our students will give information about Akorda, Bayterek, Khan Shatir, Opera and Ballet Theatre, Pyramid.
As you know in 2017 in Kazakhstan will be hold Expo Astana 2017 Future Energy is conceived as an extensive, integral project that addresses the fascinating topic of energy from several perspectives, allowing for it to be contemplated as a determining factor in how societies and everyday life function.
Future Energy has the clear objective —exploring strategies, programs and technologies aimed at sustainable energy development, promoting energy security and efficiency, encouraging the use of renewable energy, and guiding visitors through their essential, active role in the design and execution of a plan for energy efficient production and use.
The mission of Future Energy is to appeal to the international community’s sense of responsibility by way of institutions, organizations, corporations, and individuals, with the aim of generating debate and awareness regarding the decisive impact that energy management has on the lives of people and that of the planet.
You had o lot of information about places of interest of Kazakhstan. Now we will play a game. On the board you see cells with themes and questions. You should choose the theme and numbers. Under each number there is a question. The questions are placed by their difficulties.
You have only 30 seconds to think about the question
The capital 10 20 30 40 50
Places of interest 10 20 30 40 50
The President 10 20 30 40 50
Celebration 10 20 30 40 50
10 . What does the "Astana" mean for Kazakh language? (Capital)
20. Which monument is one of the main attractions of the city height of 97 meters . ( Baiterek )
30 . Since what year did Astana become the capital of Kazakhstan? (from 1997 )
40 . When did Astana receive the award " City of Peace " ( in 1999 )
50 . What was the name of the capital from 1992 till 1997 ? ( Akmola )
Places of interest.
10 . What’s the place of Akorda?
20.What does the Bayterek’s form mean?
30 .Who was the Opera and Ballet house named by?(Kylash Bayseitova)
40 . What’s the Khan Shatir? (It’s a big trade center)
50 .How do you understand EXPO 2017? (It’s the world exhibition)
The President :
10 .What is the date of birth of the First President of Kazakhstan ? ( 1940 )
20. In what year were the first national elections in which President Nazarbayev received 98.7 % votes ?
( 1991 )
30 . What title or status did Nazarbayev receive in 2010? ( Leader of the Nation )
40 . Where did he begin his career ?( working construction administration of the trust " Kazmetallurgstroy " in Temirtau Karaganda region).
50 . What’s the name of the charity fund, which is currently headed by Sarah Alpysovna ( Bobek )
10 . What holiday do we celebrate on March 22 ? ( Nowruz )
20.When is the Independence Day of the Republic of Kazakhstan ? ( December 16)
30 . What is the Constitution Day of Kazakhstan? (30 August)
40 .When do people of Kazakhstan celebrate the Day of Unity? (May 1)
50 . What’s the day of the national currency of Kazakhstan? ( November 15)
Now we will sing a song which was written by Nazarbaev’s poem “Moi Gorod”
Текст песни "Город мой"
В степи бескрайней вырос город необычайной красоты.
Он величав, душою молод,
Парит как символ высоты,
В нем воплотилась вековая мечта народа и страны
Цвети, столица золотая, во имя мира и любви.
Город мой, ты стал моей судьбой, мечты столицей,
Земли моей волшебною страницей.
Город мой, лети над миром самой яркой птицей,
Лети всегда, свети всегда,
Лети всегда, свети ,
Как свет любви моей души, моей земли, моей страны- Столица.
Пройду по улицам зеленным, зажгу ночные фонари,
И подарю луну влюбленным, чтоб ждали утренней зари.
Свет теплый окон согревает, проспекты, улицы, дома
И добротою обнимает, людей, счастливая пора.
We can say that for these years Kazakhstan got lots of peaks. In conclusion I want to say all of us ought to save what we have. Our today’s lesson is over. Thank you for your attention and participation.