Sharpening of saw to make it sharper

Holiday Scenario “The proverb is spoken for a reason

The event will generalize the knowledge of proverbs and draw children’s attention to the beauty and accuracy of Russian proverbs.

Holiday “The proverb is not said in vain”

Objectives: to generalize the knowledge of proverbs; to develop interest in proverbs, the need to use them; to foster a love of speech, to draw attention to its beauty, expressiveness and accuracy; to involve children in joint play, creative activities

Preparatory work. Children memorize proverbs, prepare plays and costumes for them, together with their parents draw illustrations of the proverbs.

Decorating. On the center wall are the sun, a wattle and daub, a singing rooster, and sunflowers. On the left and right wall of the hall there is an exhibition of illustrations of proverbs and posters: Proverbs. The helper to all things. Speech is a proverb. Proverbs are not without reason.

Decorations: rustic hut, bench.

Speech Therapist. Good day! We welcome our dear children, caregivers, and guests. We’re here on a speech holiday. Much can be said about the Russian language, but our meeting today is devoted to proverbs. In this box the invisible goddess of speech has sent us a piece of her heart. These are tokens (red hearts). You will get these hearts for your ingenuity and knowledge of proverbs.

Talk, do not be bored and get tokens.

Children answer questions and receive tokens.

Speech Therapist. А.С.Pushkin praised proverbs and called them gold: “What good is every proverb in our! What a gold!”

Proverbs. it’s a real treasure left to us by our people. They reflect the great experience of many generations. They teach us how to live. Proverbs are short but full of meaning.

The warming up is over. Let’s start the competitions.

The questions are asked in turn to each team. The jury gives out tokens for the answers.

A saw is sharpened to make it sharper, but a man is taught to become. (smarter).

A tree is judged by its fruit, but a man by his. (deeds).

Know a proverb from two words” contest.

Competition “Remember the proverb with this word.

Each team is given an envelope with the word. Children name a proverb with this word.

The speech therapist guesses the proverbs.

That without which you can’t take the fish out of the pond. (Grud.).

You can’t ask a greedy man for one, even in winter. (Snow).

If it comes out. You can’t catch it anymore. (Word).

Name the proverbs about friendship. The one who says the proverb last wins. He gets three tokens.

With a Russian folk tune in the background, one team stages a proverb, the other proverb. She’s guessing it.

The jury assesses the artistry, ingenuity and comprehensibility of the demonstration.

Speech Therapist. A foreign woman came to visit us.

The music is playing. A foreign guest wearing modern clothes and black sunglasses enters.

Sharpening Hard-tooth Japanese saws. Quickly and Easily

Speech Therapist. Come on in, my dear guest. We are glad to have you as our guest.

“Foreigner” says hello, speaks with an accent.

Foreigner. Hello! You are talking about proverbs? I also like the Russian proverbs. I learned them quickly.

For instance: “What fell from a cart can’t be cut down with an axe.”.

Speech therapist. Her proverbs are all mixed up, mixed up. Help her by naming the proverbs correctly.

Inostranka. Don’t spit in the well, it’ll fly out. You won’t catch it.

Inostranka. Thank you, you’ve corrected me. I will try to say these proverbs correctly now.

Speech Therapist. Speech with a proverb becomes bright, expressive, accurate. It’s not without reason that they say, “A proverb. a flower, a proverb a berry. “Proverbs not only decorate our speech, but also develop the mind. To understand a proverb. We need to think about it.

Let’s get down to intellectual contests.

Speech Therapist. Listen to the story. Match a proverb to it. Bearing Beetle the bone across the bridge. And look, her shadow is in the water. It occurred to Beetle that another dog with a bone was in the water. She and let her dice to take 1u. She didn’t take that one and her own went down.

Which of the two proverbs fits the story?

“Each child has a number 1 and 2. Children raise the number corresponding to the chosen proverb. The jury counts the number of correct answers in each team.

Speech Therapist. Imagine the picture: the village of Proverbs.

The music “In the orchard, in the garden. “, children. The performers take their seats in the hut and sit on a bench near the house.

in the village of Poslovitsyno lives a glorious people. He can’t talk without a proverb, ‘Just like a house can’t be built without corners. They do not like lazybones, they laugh at them, they say: “People clean the loaf, and they lie in the sun”.

Two girls come out of the tower. One of them, Ulyana. She sits down on the saddle, yawns, begins to doze off.

She slept till lunchtime. She ate it, bowed, and fell down again.

Mother. (Looking out of the window). Ulyana, go to the river for water!

Ulyana. I’m lazy, I’m sleepy. 2nd girl.

Mother. (From the tower). Ulyana, go and have a loaf of kissel!

Ulyana. (Going upstairs). If Mother says so, we must go. Where’s my big spoon?? Don’t start without me! (She goes back to the tower).

It’s good for the lazy man to live, he’s got nothing to worry about. He doesn’t tidy up the huts, he doesn’t know how to bake a loaf. She doesn’t get up early at dawn, she doesn’t go into the field with a scythe.

And when she goes to the table, she knows where to find a spoon.

Ulyana (Sticks out of the window). Uh-oh. ! Don’t sing about me. Everyone. (Chorus). Do you want to eat biscuits? Don’t sit on the stove!

Speech Therapist. What proverbs did the people say to Ulyana?

Logopedist. The Russian people worked hard, but did not forget about the entertainment. It’s not without reason that the proverb says, “Business. A time for business and an hour for pleasure.”When the work was done, the old and the young gathered around the gate, making each other laugh with unheard and unheard.

Thomas and Yeryoma. Hello. And here we are, both Thomas and Erema. Thomas. Voices were heard and they came to you.

Erema. We dance with our voices and sing with our feet. Thomas. In general and in general we live beautifully.

What syllables there are. WORDS, WORDS, WORDS

Objective: to repeat the rules of the division of the word into syllables.

Expected results: Pupils will learn to divide words into syllables, answer reasonably and prove their opinions.

The guys are going into the woods. They carry food for the birds. It’s quiet in the woods. The old stump of the oak tree. It’s covered with snow. The fluffy little beastie jumped up on the fir tree.

make, sharper

Vowels and consonants live in Russian. They are very friendly with each other. The consonants agree with the vowels on everything. When they become side by side, amazing things happen. A syllable is formed, and consonants begin to talk. A syllable is the union of vowels and consonants. It is true that a syllable can also consist of one letter, necessarily a vowel, but never a consonant. A consonant sounds bad when one. Sometimes another consonant goes into a syllable and the letters become three. There may be more letters in a syllable, but there is always only one vowel.

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Open your textbook and read what question we are going to answer in class today. (What syllables can be?)

(Doing it yourself. Frontal check.)

You sharpen a saw to make it sharper, you teach a man to make him cleverer.

(Checking. Checking against the model on the board. Self-assessment with “traffic lights”.)

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What syllables are possible? WORDS, WORDS, WORDS

Objective: to repeat the rules for dividing a word into syllables.

Expected results: Students will learn to divide words into syllables; to answer with reasoned arguments, to prove their opinion.

Guys go to the woods. They carry food for birds. The woods are quiet. The old stump of an oak tree. It’s covered in snow. A furry little animal jumped on a fir tree.

There are vowels and consonants in the Russian language. They are very friendly with each other. Consonants agree with vowels in everything. When they are side by side, amazing things happen. A syllable is formed, and the consonants begin to talk. A syllable is the union of vowels and consonants. True, a syllable can also consist of one letter, necessarily a vowel, but never a consonant. A consonant sounds bad when one. Sometimes another consonant goes into a syllable and the letters become three. There may be more letters in a syllable, but there is always only one vowel.

Open your textbook and read which question we are going to answer in today’s lesson. (What are the syllables?)

(Do it yourself. ) (Check in front of the class.)

A saw is sharpened to make it sharper, a man is taught to become smarter.

(Checking. Checking against the sample on the board. Self-assessment with “traffic lights”.)

A library of educational materials for students, teachers, students, and their parents.

Our site makes no claim to authorship of the materials posted. We only convert into a convenient format materials from the Internet, which are in the public domain and sent by our visitors.

If you own the copyright on any material placed with us and intend to remove it or get links to the place of commercial placement of materials, please contact the site administrator for approval.

Permission is granted to copy materials with mandatory hypertext links to the site, be grateful we have spent a lot of effort to bring the information in a convenient form.

Literature Quiz (scenario) Literature Quiz (scenario) methodological development (reading, 2nd grade) on the topic

This extracurricular activity in the 2nd grade develops a smooth expressive reading, literate speech, the ability to intonate a statement, strengthens children’s knowledge of the works and authors of Russian literature. The material contains quiz assignments and answers to them.

Develop smooth expressive reading

To develop the ability to intonation form their statements

To consolidate children’s knowledge of the works and authors of Russian literature

Foster a culture of speech, a love of folk art

Foster a feeling of mutual aid, teamwork skills.

The soap wasn’t enough, And all the water came out.

Bull, bull, white side, Running with a bun on the meadow.

A pigeon in a blue cackle Ate a pigeon on a branch.

Sharpen the saw to make it sharper, teach a man to become cleverer.

You like to skate. love to drive a sledge.

It takes hard work to get the fish out of the pond.

What you don’t want to do, don’t do it to others.

♪ Boring day to night, if there’s nothing to do ♪.

If you do not believe in victory you will not defeat the enemy.

( The proverbs are the same for all teams. After the mock, the other teams must guess the proverbs.)

♪ They sharpen the saw to make it sharper, they teach a man to become cleverer ♪.

You like to skate. love and sledging.

-1 point for each word (6 points in total)

1) One, two, three, four Who doesn’t sleep now in the apartment?Everyone in the world needs to sleep.He who does not sleep, get out!

2) Round, ruddy, I’m growing on a branch.The adults love me And the little children love me.

3) The village was passing by the man, Suddenly, from under the dog, the gate barked.He grabbed his club And he chopped his axe And he ran through our cat’s fence.The roofs are frightened, Sat on the crows, The horse is chasing the man with a whip.

# 4) Lullaby, go to sleep, my friend Turn on your right side.You’re the only one awake Close your eyes, baby!” And the moonbeam came through the window And crawled on my pillow And whispered a song on my ear And stood by my side ” And the moonbeams came through the window.

a) a fable b) a bedtime story c) a riddle d) a proverb e) a lullaby

1) Lullaby, lullaby, lullaby!And the night will come to an end And while the children Sleep in their cribs till morning.The cow’s asleep, the bullock’s asleep, In the vegetable garden the bug’s asleep.And the kitten next to the cat Sleeps behind the stove in a trough.

2 )I’m under a colored hat And I’m standing on one leg.I’ve got my own habits, I’m always playing hide and seek.

3) The fox ran through the woods The fox lost his tail.Vanya went to the woods,He found the fox’s tail.The fox came early,Vanya brought berries,She asked me to give her tail back.

4) One, two, three, four,Who lives in our apartment??Papa, mama, brother, sister,The cat Murka, two kittens,My puppy, a cricket and me.Here’s my whole family!One, two, three, four, five, I’m gonna count ’em all again

a) a fable b) a bedtime story c) a riddle d) a proverb e) a lullaby

1) The red nose is in the ground And the green tail is outside.♪ We don’t need a green tail, we only need a red nose ♪.

2) The Dwarf was looking for gold!And he lost his cap!Sitting down and crying. ♪ How can it be ♪?!Come on out! ♪ You’re driving ♪!

3) The grass sleeps on the lawn,The leaves on the trees sleep,The sedge by the river sleeps,The catfish and the perch sleep.# Bye-bye, bye-bye, a dream sneaking through the house #.♪ And here’s to you, baby ♪.♪ You’re already so sweet asleep ♪.

4) The village was passing by the man, Suddenly the gate barked from under the dog, “Tru.”. Said the horseAnd the man roared,The horse went into the hutAnd the man stoodAnd the horse ate bunsAnd the man oatsAnd the horse sat in the sleighAnd the man drove.

A Case Study

A story once happened to me. I went biking in the woods with my friend Vanya. The road was uneven, with tree roots and bumps on the way. No sooner had I rounded one than I tripped with the front wheel of my bicycle and pierced it.

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Good thing my friend had a small pump. We pumped up his tire and covered the hole with gum, so I could at least drive home.

I certainly couldn’t have done it alone. Friends know each other when they’re in trouble.

Compose a text using one of the proverbs.

At first I didn’t really like studying at school. it was hard, and I didn’t understand why I had to do it. Luckily, I had a very good teacher, Marina Vasilyevna, and her lessons were always interesting.

One day she told a story about a boy who, like me, didn’t want to study, and then became a professor of mathematics at the institute. It was then that I understood that school was necessary for a child to learn elementary things, to discover his interests and, perhaps, his future profession.

An example of a story on the theme “Staying at the Broke Trough” for 2nd grade

One day Igor and I were visiting my grandmother in the village.

One day we went to the forest to pick mushrooms. We walked for a long time, almost half a day, and picked a basket full of mushrooms each. We were happy to be going home.

We had to cross a small but fast river on bridges. I walked carefully, and Igor ran. He slipped and fell in the water. The basket overturned and the mushrooms floated away. Only one boletus Igor managed to grab.

He was left at a broken trough, but I shared my mushrooms with him.

Determine the main points of the fables Krylov read. Name figurative words and expressions from his fables that we often use in speech. Why are they called winged??

The basic idea of the fable “The Swan, the Crawfish and the PikeWe must act together, help each other and not get in each other’s way.

The basic idea of the fable “The Dragonfly and the Ant”: One should always think about the future and prepare for it in advance.

Figurative words: “I’m so sad, I’m still there, I’m still there.

These expressions are called winged expressions because they have gone into popular speech and are often used.

One for all and all for one. Misha explained the Russian language to his friends, and they helped him learn to play tennis. (“The Swan, the Crawfish and the Pike”)

Brave is not the one who knows no fear, but the one who recognizes and meets it. Masha was afraid to sleep in the dark, but sought to overcome her fear and purposely asked her mother to turn out the lights for her at night. (“Kitten”)

Learning to read will always come in handy. Kolya went to the store, but he couldn’t read the name of the goods and didn’t buy anything. And Igor knew how to read and buy the things he needed. (“Filipok”)

Friends are in trouble. Julia lost her house keys. Alina said she had to be more careful, and Vika invited Julia to her place before her parents came. Vika helped in trouble, so she is a true friend. (“The Little Cat,” “The Dragonfly and the Ant”)

You wish good. good and do. Vadim helped an old woman cross the street, and she gave him a sweet. (“The Old Grandpa and the Grandson”, “The Dragonfly and the Ant”)

A saw is sharpened to make it sharper, a man is taught to become cleverer. Masha was bad at math, so Mum hired a tutor. Masha studied hard and got straight A’s in math. (“Filipok”)

He who gets happiness by shrinking his brain. Andrei trained for a long time and won the competition. He was happy. (“Filipok”)

Proverbs and sayings about knowledge and learning

The world is lit by the sun, and man by knowledge.

A saw is sharpened to make it sharper, a man is taught to become cleverer.

The root of learning is bitter but its fruit is sweet.

A spoon is needed to loaf soup, and a literacy is needed to acquire knowledge.

Know-it-all understands everything from a half-word, but Don’t Know-it-all just opens his mouth.

Science does not ask for a loaf, but the loaf itself gives.

Learn good things, so bad things won’t come to mind.

Who wants to know much, needs little sleep.

It’s not enough to have a diploma, you have to know how to do it.

I learned to read and write, but I learned to sing and dance.

Don’t be surprised by your clothes, be surprised by your knowledge. (Mong.)

There’s a chasm between ignorance and knowledge. (Japanese.)

Learning is like paddling against the current: if you stop, it drives you back. (Kit.)

Wisdom is the least heavy burden on the way. (Dat.)

It is not too late to learn at sixty. (Japanese.)

Every day of life adds a piece of wisdom. (Vietnamese.)

A wise man has long ears and a short tongue. (Kit).)

You can beat one with your hand and thousands with your head. (Kazakh.)

Knowledge is a treasure that follows whoever possesses it everywhere. (Keith.)

Knowledge that is not replenished daily wanes every day. (Keith.)

He who studies the past knows the present. (Japanese.)

He who does not share his knowledge is like a light in a barrel. (Ethiopian.)

A knife not sharpened is rusty, a man not learned is lagging behind. (Keith.)

He who does not honour his teacher will never be happy. (Azerb.)

What you gain in childhood you must rely on in old age. (Arm.)

He who moves forward all the time will overcome any hill. (Uzbek.)

Good upbringing is the best inheritance. (Armenians.)

Good upbringing is the best inheritance. (Tat.)

Food satisfies hunger, knowledge cures ignorance. (Kit.)

You’ll cross the mountains by questioning, but you’ll get lost in the plain by keeping silence. (Azerb.)

Unchies are like tambourines that make a lot of noise due only to their emptiness. (Ind.)

Theme: “In the World of Beauty” 2nd grade self-study lesson

Saba?you? ta?Theme: In the World of Beauty.

Ma?The lesson Objectives :

1.bilimdik / educational / educational: generalization and consolidation of knowledge obtained in the lessons of self-knowledge in the second grade.

make, sharper

2.damytushyly?/ developing:. To develop the ability to think positively, analyze, generalize and draw conclusions;

3.т?Rbielik/educational / bringing-up:. to encourage a desire to learn more, to show kindness and attention.

К?rneki ??Equipment/ Resources: ICT (presentation), visual and handouts, music, cartoon, workbook, textbook.

Saba?you? Barysy/ Class Plan/ Plan:

1.Org. moment.

Children together with the teacher recite the words of the poem

Sit comfortably, if you like, you can close your eyes. Imagine we are in the majestic realm of Mother Nature. Look how beautiful the world around us is! It is beautiful in all its manifestations. Each of you can admire sunrises and sunsets, blue skies and peculiar clouds,

The intricate patterns of frost on the window glass, the silence and coolness of the forest, the fragrance and variety of flowers.

Everything that happens around us in nature is beautiful. We just need to be able to see, feel, and take care of this beauty! Take note of these pictures of native nature. Remember in your heart the feeling of unity with the living world.

What does it mean to be able to see and feel the beauty of the world around you??

Tell us what pictures and phenomena of nature fascinate you.

The teacher asks the students to read the story V. Sukhomlinsky’s “He’s Only Alive Beautiful” and answer the question:

“Can the boy’s action be called beautiful, kind? Why?”.

A huge beautiful swallowtail butterfly sat on a red flower. Sits down and moves his wings. “The boy crept up to the swallow and caught the swallow.The swallow fluttered, but he couldn’t get away. The boy pinned it with a big pin to a piece of paper. The butterfly’s wings are drooping.

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“Why did you stop fluttering your wings. Swallowtail?”. asks the boy. The swallow is silent. The boy put the leaf with the dead Machaon on the windowsill. A few days later, she looks up and sees that her wings have dried up and fallen apart. “No, he’s only alive and handsome. said the dejected boy When his wings flutter on a flower, not on a piece of paper”.

The teacher reads a poem by V. and asks children to answer the question, “Where is beauty, there is kindness??”.

This technique will help lead the children to the conclusion that beauty is goodness and kindness is goodness. The quality that is most valued in people. Then ask the students to list the qualities they would like to bring up in themselves and explain why.

When making a generalization, the teacher should draw children’s attention to the fact that if a person shows kindness, humanity, sensitivity, goodwill to the entire world, it means that he/she is a successful human being. Human kindness, mercy, the ability to rejoice and worry about other people create the basis for human happiness.

To this end, a conversation is held on the questions:

What qualities are most valued in people?

What qualities would you like to bring up in yourself?

Which character from the readings you would like to be like and with whom you would like to make friends?

Before the warm-up, the teacher introduces the children to the movements and words they will have to perform. For example: “Guys, we’re in the woods. It’s wonderful here! Ooh, you hear ECHO ? Let’s have you answer my questions like ECHO, while clapping your hands.

Work on the proverbs to reinforce what we have learned. 5 people. Each group is asked to choose a proverb, recall an incident from life when

You can use it and perform a skit, and the audience will have to guess and name the proverb.

You sharpen a saw to make it sharper, and teach a person to become cleverer.

Happy is he who procures it, he who makes it with his mind.

The teacher suggests a competition for the best ?braggart? But it’s not your success or your beauty that should be bragged about, but the friend standing on the right.Look carefully at your friend on the right and think about it:

For example: ?Akmaral. very smart, kind, cheerful, she has a good heart? And t.д.

When all the children have told about their friend, they can choose the best ?braggart?

Theme: “In the World of Beauty” The second grade self-knowledge lesson

Saba?you? ta?Theme: In the World of Beauty.

Ma?The children say the words of the poem together with the teacher:

1.bilimdik / educational : to generalize and consolidate the knowledge received in the lessons of self-knowledge in the second grade.

2.damytushyly?/ developing/ developing:. to develop the ability to think positively, analyze, generalize, draw conclusions;

3.т?educational / upbringing:. to develop their desire to learn more, to show kindness and attention.

К?rneqi ??Equipment/ Resources: ICT (presentation), visual and handouts, music, cartoon, workbook, textbook.

Saba?you? barysy/ Class Plan/ Plan:

1.Org. Moment.

Children together with the teacher recite the words of the poem

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Sit comfortably and close your eyes if you like. Imagine that we are in the magnificent realm of Mother Nature. Look how beautiful the world around us is! He is beautiful in all his manifestations. Each of you can admire the sunrises and sunsets, the blue of the sky, the peculiar clouds,

the intricate patterns of frost on the window glass, the silence and coolness of the forest, the fragrance and variety of flowers.

All that goes on around us in nature is beautiful. You only need to be able to see, feel and cherish this beauty! Memorize these pictures of native nature. Remember in your heart the feeling of unity with the living world.

What does it mean to be able to see and feel the beauty of the world around us??

Tell me which pictures and phenomena of nature fascinate you.

The teacher asks the students to read the story by themselves. Sukhomlinsky’s “He’s Only Alive Beautiful” and answer the question:

“Can the boy’s deed be called beautiful, kind? Why?”.

A huge, beautiful swallowtail butterfly perched on a red flower. It sits and flaps its wings. The swallow crept up to the swallowtail and caught it.The swallowtail fluttered but could not get away. The boy pinned it with a big pin to a piece of paper. The butterfly’s wings are drooping.

“Why did you stop fluttering your wings? Machaon?”. asks the boy. “The swallowtail is silent. The boy put the leaf with the dead Machaon on the windowsill. A few days later he looks. his wings are dried up and crumbling. “No, he is only alive beautiful. said the dejected boy When his wings flutter on a flower and not on a piece of paper”.

The teacher reads the poem B. The children will be asked to answer the question, “Where is beauty, there is kindness”, and then they will be asked to list the qualities of true beauty they value?”.

This technique will help lead children to the conclusion that beauty is goodness, and goodness. A quality that is especially valued in human beings. Then ask the pupils to list qualities they would like to cultivate in themselves and explain why.

When summarizing, the teacher should draw children’s attention to the fact that if a person shows kindness, humanity, sensitivity, goodwill to the world around him, it means that he as a person has succeeded. Human kindness, mercy, the ability to rejoice and be happy for others form the basis of human happiness.

To this end, a conversation is held on the questions:

What qualities are most valued in people?

What qualities would you like to bring up in yourself?

What character from the books you’ve read you’d like to be like, whom you’d like to be friends with?

Before the warm-up, the teacher introduces the movements and words that the children will have to do. For example: “Guys, we are in the forest. How wonderful it is here! And, you hear ECHO ? Let’s have you answer my questions like ECHO, while clapping your hands.

Work on proverbs to reinforce what they have learned. 5 people. Each group is asked to choose a proverb and recall an incident from life when

you can use it and act out a skit, and the audience will have to guess and name the proverb.

You sharpen the saw to make it sharper, you train a person to become smarter.

Happy is he who makes it with his mind.

The teacher suggests a competition for the best ?braggart? But you should not brag about your successes or beauty, but about the friend who stands on the right.Look closely at your friend who stands on the right,and think:

For example: ?Akmaral. Very smart, kind, funny, she has a good heart? and t.д.

When all the children talk about their friend, you can choose the best one ?braggart?