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The Great Libraries of the World
The Great Libraries of the World
Reading is a vital form of communication with all of mankind, and
Reading is a vital form of communication with all of mankind, and
The Library of Congress in the USA
The Library of Congress in the USA
Bibliotheque Nationale in France
Bibliotheque Nationale in France
The Russian State Library
The Russian State Library
The British National Library
The British National Library
Guessing game
Guessing game
A Library is -…
A Library is -…
English Participles
English Participles
Test Yourself
Test Yourself
Let us relax
Let us relax
The most unusual libraries of the world
The most unusual libraries of the world
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ru
Let’s go to the library - What do you think of…
Let’s go to the library - What do you think of…
Homework
Homework

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The Great Libraries of the World

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1 The Great Libraries of the World

The Great Libraries of the World

Подготовила: учитель английского языка МБВ СОУ Открытой (сменной) общеобразовательной школы г.Щелково Пучкова Наталья Алексеевна

2 Reading is a vital form of communication with all of mankind, and

Reading is a vital form of communication with all of mankind, and

wisdom of many ages. Olzhas Suleymenov

3 The Library of Congress in the USA

The Library of Congress in the USA

The US Library of Congress is the largest in the world. It has about 90 million items – books, manuscripts, maps, photographs, pieces of music and microfilms. The library has about 350 miles of bookshelves in three gigantic building on Capitol Hill, Washington D.C. The collection was started in 1800 to help Congressmen in their work. When in 1814 the books were destroyed in a fire, the Congress bought Thomas Jefferson’s personal library of about 6,500 books – the beginning of a new collection. Now the US Library of Congress is open to the general public.

4 Bibliotheque Nationale in France

Bibliotheque Nationale in France

Biblioteque Nationale (National Library) is the most important library in France and one of the oldest in the world. It is now located in Paris. Its beginning was the first royal library started by Charles V (1364-1380) who collected 1,200 manuscripts in the Louvre. Since 1537 the library has received a copy of every French publication. In 1692 the library was opened to the public and renamed the Biblioteque Nationale in 1795. the library’s collection nowadays includes about 9 million books and 180 thousand manuscripts published in France and in other countries in the world.

5 The Russian State Library

The Russian State Library

The State Russian Library in Moscow is one of the largest in the world. It has more than 40 million items in 247 languages: books, newspapers, maps, music and others. The library is not only a place to read. It is also a learning centre which organizes lectures, discussions and presentations. The library was opened in the 18th century on the basis of Count Rumyantsev’s private collection and since that time it has been used by scientists, scholars, teachers, students, in fact anybody who is over 18 years old can use the library’s reading rooms. About 4 thousand people come to the library every day.

6 The British National Library

The British National Library

The British Library is the national library of the UK. It gets the copy of every book published in the country and many foreign publications as well. The library has a large new building in London which was finished in 1996. Before that the library was part of the British Museum. Nowadays everyone who comes to the museum can visit the famous Reading Room designed as Rome’s Pantheon by the Italian Anthony Panizzi who had to leave his country for England and was Keeper of Printed Books from 1837 to 1856 and the Librarian of the museum. Some of the greatest minds and the most famous people of their times have worked in this room: writers, dramatists, politicians such as Dickens, Bernard Shaw, Garibaldi, Karl Marx, Vladimir Lenin.

7 Guessing game

Guessing game

Name the library(ies) about which the following is true. 1) This library is situated in a capital. 2) The text doesn’t say when the library was started. 3) This library was started by a monarch as early as the 14th century. 4)This library is bigger than the other three. 5) We know who was the architect of a certain part of this library. 6) This library moved to a new building not so long ago. 7) We know who cannot use this library. 8) We know some names of people who were this library’s readers. 9) This library began as an information centre for the politicians. 10) The Text doesn’t say if this library has any books written outside the country.

8 A Library is -…

A Library is -…

9 English Participles

English Participles

Participle I participle II v-ing V3, ved (playing- играющий) (played– сыгранный)

10 Test Yourself

Test Yourself

Улыбающийся малыш поющие дети летящая птица разбитое окно проданная книга написанный тест показанный фильм набранный текст построенный дом играющий котёнок спящая бабушка Smiling baby, singing children, flying bird, broken window, sold book, written test, showed film, typed text, built house, playing kitten, sleeping grandmother.

11 Let us relax

Let us relax

12 The most unusual libraries of the world

The most unusual libraries of the world

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wikipedia.org

The Library of Stragovsky Monastery in Prague The Public Library in Seattle Hose Vaskonselos Library in Mexico The Public Library in Salt-Lake City

14 Let’s go to the library - What do you think of…

Let’s go to the library - What do you think of…

- What about…? - I like the idea of… - I am (not) interested in…

15 Homework

Homework

Find some interesting information about some unusual libraries: The Library of Stragovsky Monastery in Prague The Public Library in Seattle Hose Vaskonselos Library in Mexico The Public Library in Salt-Lake City

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