формирование эстетического чувства, художественного вкуса; развитие эстетического обогащение представлений ребенка об окружающем мире. высказывать свое отношение к героям произведения с помощью педагога,. Такое введение, формирование бережного отношения детей к природе, будет вливается живительный поток представлений, понятий об окружающем мире. Отношение к природе - гуманное, познавательное, эстетическое. формирования художественной культуры дошкольников; в этом мире войн, митингов, политических переворотов, санкций, очень.
A culturological perspective of problems of ecology of childhood; approaches to formation of a problem field of childhood ecology in the context of development. формирования художественной культуры дошкольников; в этом мире войн, митингов, политических переворотов, санкций, очень. формирование эстетического чувства, художественного вкуса; развитие эстетического обогащение представлений ребенка об окружающем мире. высказывать свое отношение к героям произведения с помощью педагога,.
Enhancing the cognitive and creative activity of students of the specialty “Finance, banking and insurance” in the knowledge economy. Received: ID. Такое введение, формирование бережного отношения детей к природе, будет вливается живительный поток представлений, понятий об окружающем мире. Отношение к природе - гуманное, познавательное, эстетическое. формирование эстетического чувства, художественного вкуса; развитие эстетического обогащение представлений ребенка об окружающем мире. высказывать свое отношение к героям произведения с помощью педагога,.
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It has been emphasized that environmental problems are not limited to the problem of childhood, environmental security, which in themselves are paradoxical the миру to protect people from the consequences of the environmental crisis generated by them.
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What was the only thing Hook shied at? Was Captain Hook afraid of the crocodile? Who saved Captain Hook from the crocodile? Did Mr. Smee try to calm Captain Hook down? Who saw Peter Pan and his friends in the sky? Who had to take Wendy and the boys to the island? Could Wendy and the boys keep up with Tink? Why did Tink fly so fast?
Use the words to describe the events from the story. Match the words with their definitions. Prove that: Captain Hook was cruel. Captain Hook wanted to kill Peter Pan. The crocodile thought that Captain Hook was tasty. Peter Pan was responsible for Wendy and her brothers. The crocodile came to visit Captain Hook. One of the pirates saw Peter Pan in the sky. Captain Hook was planning how to catch Peter Pan and his boys. Smee saved Captain Hook from the crocodile. Peter Pan asked Tink to take Wendy and the boys to the island.
Smee tried to calm Captain Hook down. Draw a picture of Never Land. Draw a picture of the crocodile looking at Captain Hook. Draw a picture of Peter Pan flying in the sky.
Retell this story as if it were told by: Captain Hook Mr. Smee the crocodile Compare Captain Hook with the other pirates. Oh, Peter, you saved my life. We followed your orders, Peter. All right, men. Go and capture a few Indians. Hello, girls! Why did you stay away so long? Did you miss me? We were only trying to drown her. The Lost Boys wanted to shoot Wendy down. Wendy got angry with Tinker Bell and asked Peter to punish her.
Wendy wanted to go hunting the aborigines. It took Peter and Wendy 3 hours to get to the lagoon. The Lost Boys caught the Indians. The Lost Boys knew where Tiger Lily was. The mermaids were glad to see Wendy and Peter. Peter saw Captain Hook, Mr. Where did Tink go? What was the home under the ground like? How many boys were there on the island? What orders did Tink bring? What did she suggest to do with Wendy? Did the Lost Boys follow these orders? Why was Peter Pan angry with the Lost Boys?
What did Peter say to Tinker Bell? What did John suggest the boys to do? Did the boys like his idea? Did they find and catch the Indians? Did the Indians turn the boys loose? What did the Chief promise to do with the boys? Did the Lost Boys know where Tiger Lily was? What did Peter Pan want to show Wendy? How did the mermaids spend long summer days on the lagoon?
What did Captain Hook want to do with Tiger Lily? What idea did Peter get? Why did they fly to the rocks? Add more details to the following: Huh? Orders from Pan? Hold it, men! The mermaids tried to drown Wendy. Wendy asked Peter Pan to show her the mermaids. The Indians caught the Lost Boys. Peter Pan punished Tinker Bell for a week. Tink suggested to shoot Wendy down. Tinker Bell came to the Lost Boys and brought the orders from peter Pan. Peter got angry with Tink and the Lost Boys.
The boys went hunting the Indians. Draw a picture of the Lost Boys trying to shoot Wendy down. Draw a picture of the Lost Boys hunting the Indians. Draw a picture of the mermaids trying to drown Wendy. What do you like best in her character?
What do you think the pirates will do with Tiger Lily? Imagine that you are: Tink: Say what instructions you gave the Lost Boys.
One of the mermaids: Say how you met Wendy. Part Five I. Release the princess and take her back to her people. What a pity, Mr. Peter, what about Tiger Lily? Peter, wait for me! You will go ashore, pick up Tinker Bell and bring her to me.
Smee to release the princess and to take her back to her people 5. Captain Hook caught Wendy and wanted to find out the hiding place of Peter Pan. Captain Hook was a man of his word. Captain Hook ordered Mr. Smee to put Tiger Lily back. Peter tried to kill Captain Hook with his sword. It took the crocodile 20 minutes to catch Captain Hook. Captain Hook ate the crocodile. Peter, Wendy and the Lost Boys had a good time with the Indians. Who wanted to have a deal with Tiger Lily?
What did Captain Hook want to know? Was Tiger Lily afraid of Captain Hook? Did Tiger Lily betray Peter Pan?
What did Captain Hook and Mr. Smee hear? Smee try to release the princess? Smee put Tiger Lily back? Did Captain Hook find Peter Pan? Did Captain Hook and Peter Pan have a fight with each other? What sounds did Captain Hook hear? Why was Captain Hook afraid of the crocodile?
Did the crocodile eat Captain Hook? Who tried to help Captain Hook? Did Peter Pan save Tiger Lily? How did Captain Hook feel after the battle with Peter Pan? What news did Captain Hook hear? What idea did Captain Hook get? Who had to go ashore and to pick up Tinker Bell? Why did Captain Hook want to have a word with Tinker Bell?
Who made the Chief heap glad? How did the Indians call Peter Pan? Were the children happy to sing and to dance with the Indians? Why was Wendy angry with Peter Pan and the Indians? What happened to Tinker Bell? Explain why: Peter Pan pretended to be the spirit of the great seawater Mr. Smee wanted to lead a healthy normal life Captain Hook asked Mr.
Smee was a bit foolish Peter Pan was brave Wendy was angry and unhappy X. Smee caught Tinker Bell. The Chief of the Indians was glad that Peter Pan had saved his daughter.
Captain Hook escaped from the crocodile. Captain Hook went to look for the spirit and found Peter Pan. Captain Hook wanted to have a deal with Tiger Lily. Peter pretended to be the spirit of the great seawater to save Tiger Lily. Captain Hook and Peter Pan had a fight with each other.
The crocodile tried to eat Captain Hook. Captain Hook asked Mr. Smee to get ashore and to pick up Tinker Bell. The Indians danced and sang songs. Wendy got angry and decided to leave the celebration. Captain Hook got a wonderful idea. Draw a picture of Mr. Smee releasing the princess. Draw a picture of the crocodile hunting captain Hook. Draw a picture of the Lost Boys dancing and singing with the Indians.. Smee catching Tinker Bell. What do you think Captain Hook will do with Tinker Bell.
Smee Wendy Imagine that you are: Tiger Lily. Say what happened that day. The Chief of the Indians. Say what you talked about with Peter Pan. Brave no sleep. Go for days without sleep. Please, boys. Do you want to stay here and grow up like savages?
Did she have silky ears and wear a fur coat? And Captain Hook never breaks a promise. Captain Hook invited Tinker Bell to his party. Captain Hook asked Tinker bell not to judge Peter Pan harshly. Captain Hook wanted to help Tinker Bell. Tinker Bell caught Captain Hook and put him into a cage. Wendy wanted to return home.
Captain Hook told the children what a mother was. Peter wanted to leave for home. The Lost Boys caught the pirates. Who had a word with Tinker Bell? Did Captain Hook really want to help Tinker Bell? How did it happen? What did Captain Hook promise to Tinker Bell? What did Captain Hook do with Tinker Bell? How did Wendy meet Peter at home? What did Wendy and Peter talk about? What did the boys ask Wendy to do?
What did John propose to the boys? What did Wendy want to do before her departure? Was the pirates attack a complete surprise? What did the pirates do with the children? Captain Hook tried to kill Peter Pan with a bomb. Smee caught Tinker Bell and brought her to Captain Hook. Captain Hook promised Tinker Bell he would help her. The pirates caught the children and took them away. Captain Hook caught Tinker Bell and put her into a cage. The Lost Boys asked Wendy to tell about a mother.
The boys wanted to leave for home because they missed their mothers. Draw a picture of Captain Hook playing the piano. Draw a picture of Captain Hook trying to kill Peter Pan. What do you think the pirates will do with the Lost Boys.
Smee Wendy Imagine that you are: Captain Hook. Tinker Bell. Say what you talked about with Captain Hook. All those who sign without delay will get a free tattoo.
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