Course materials: textbooks, handouts and visual aids, computer, pictures, test bank.
TK-4: follow the rules of etiquette in interaction with others and work in a team;
TK-5: Loyalty to the motherland, kindness to people and belief in universal and national values and teaching them to care.
I. Organizational part: greet, determine attendance, listen to duty information.
Spend a minute of spirituality. It is based on questions and answers:
1. What season is it in our country now? (Winter)
2. What changes occur in nature during the winter?
3. What important dates do we have in the winter?
4. What do trees look like in winter?
Teacher: - What season comes after winter?
Students: - Spring
Teacher: "Did everyone miss spring?"
Students: - Yes!
Teacher: - That's why I created a spring breath in the room. Guys, what changes have you noticed in the trees with the arrival of spring?
Students: - Trees write leaves and bloom
Teacher(pointing students to a tree picture): - But for some reason our tree did not bloom. Can we help it flourish?
Students: - Yes.
Teacher: - For this I will divide you into 3 groups. Depending on how well you complete the questions and assignments given by the end of the lesson, I will be gifting spring flowers. Each group sticks its own captured flowers to the trees. At the end of the lesson, the winning team will be determined by the number of flowers.
II. Repeat the previous topic.
One student from each group will perform the “Innovative Envelope” method in order to recall their knowledge about the scholars studied in the section “Father's word is the eye of the mind”.
In this method, you need to find out which scholars the information in the envelope belongs to.
The rest of the students are asked to recite the lesson from the poem "Spring has come" and each student who recites the poem is given a spring flower.
Spring has come
He flew to the lakes
Cranes, geese and ducks.
Now we are on our way
Let's ride, comrades.
Let's go and congratulate
Friend, dear - everyone.
Let's plant gardens
Apricots, cherries, apples.
Let it bloom every spring,
Let the flowers be in balls.
Do not dry out, do not wither,
Let the harvest be plentiful.
III.New topic statement.
Teacher: - Guys, do we know what day it is today? Who says where?
Reader: - 14- February.
Teacher: - Whose birthday is February 14?
Reader: - The day of the birth of our ancestor Zahiriddin Muhammad Babur.
Teacher: - Quite rightly, today is the birthday of our great ancestor, king and motto ZMBobur. This year we celebrate the 537th anniversary of his birth. That is why today we will discuss with you the topic "Bobur's virtues".
(The teacher reads the text).
THE VIRTUES OF BOBUR
Babur's name means "lion" and his name was similar to his body. Apart from his handsome stature and immense strength, there was no one who could stand up to him in courage, dexterity and agility. Bobur ignored the slightest difficulties, especially when he became a real lion on the hunt. He often practiced running over the walls of the castle of Agra, holding two men in his arms. Bobur was also a great swimmer and diver. He sailed all the Indian rivers he encountered along the way.
As you read Boburnoma, you will see that Bobur is smart and knowledgeable. Babur loved nature with all his heart. Especially when he saw the mountains, the rivers, the gardens, the meadows, his delight was aroused, and his example became a nightingale.
He was an eloquent speaker, a talented poet, a skilful commander, a loving father, and a man of great honor. Many of Bobur's works were not completed, which is why his son Humayun later continued his work.
H. Pant, Indian historian.
diver - a person performing underwater work
Agra Castle - A city in India
Sozamol - fluent
(Teacher gives more information about ZMBobur).
ZMBobur was born in 1483 in Andijan. His father Umarshaikh Mirzo was the governor of Fergana. His mother, Kutlug Nigorkhanim, was an educated, intelligent woman. Due to the untimely death of his father, Mirza Babur ascended the throne at the age of 12. The young prince is greatly assisted by his mother in running the state. But as a result of the turmoil of the time, internal and external struggles for the throne, Babur was forced to leave Fergana. He will first occupy Afghanistan and then attack India and capture that land as well.
He is not only a king but also a poet, a geographer. He studied the territory of the occupied lands, saw the soil and water, planted various gardens, and carried out landscaping work. What had tormented him all his life was a longing for the country. ZMBobur died in 1530 in Agra.
He founded the Baburi dynasty in India, which lasted almost 323 years. One of the most important monuments of the Baburi dynasty, the Taj Mahal has not lost its beauty even today.
(A video about ZMBobur will be shown)
"Continue" method students read the text.
IV. Strengthen the new theme. Using the cluster method, Bobur's qualities are revealed in groups.