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 Additional Reading
Great American Writers
Great English Writers
Great American and English Actors
Other English-Speaking Countries
Great American Singers - Page 1
Great American Singers - Page 2
History of England and America


Videos - 2
Lessons in Kindness
Lessons in Kindness II
Video conferenmce Samara -Khasavyurt

Useful Information

Some Very Useful Web.Sites
Some Facts about Dagestan
Some Facts About Dagestan ( 2)
Some Facts about Dagestan (3)
Some Facts about Dagestan (4)
For Teacher to Know
Future of Caucasus - Language Olympiad
English for Kids
Learn the Christmas Songs!
Olympiad "Future of the Caucasus-2012
 Myths and Legends of Dagestan
Myths and Legends, Part II
English in a Minute
Tha Making of the American Nation
American English - video

Our ID

Who we are...
How We Use New Technologies
A Trip to Elista,  Kalmykia.
 We Celebrate American Holidays
Home is Where your Heart is -2011
Access in Action 2011-12
Russian Food in American School
New Friends in the Netherlands. 
English Languabe Festival  - 2015
English language Festival 2015 page II
English Language Festival-2015, page III
English Language Festival- 2015. page IV
 English Language Festival- 2015. page V
English Language Festival- 2015. page VI
English Language VII 
 English Language Festival-2015.p. VIII

How We Spend our Free Time

Let's Dance and Sing
Dagestan is my Home -2010

Exploring America

TEA - 2004

Exploring the United Kingdom

Seminar in the Cold War Period

You Should Know This

Main Symbols of the Countries
Brief History of Russia

How We Explored Hawaii

Summer Institute, 2009
Get Acquainted with "Celebrate!"
Traditional Songs. HPU (1)
Traditional Songs. HPU (2) 
Traditional Songs. HPU (3)
Hawaii National Dances

Brush Up Your Grammar

Group Indefinite 
Group Continuous
Group Perfect
Group Perfect Continuous
  Other Grammar Phenomena
Everyday Grammar
Every Day grammar on TV

American Slang

Informal English I
Informal English II

VOA special programs

Words and Their Stories

Summer 2011.

History of State Maine
Exploring Maine
Visiting Searsmont, Maine
Washington DC
 Visiting the Capitol
New York

American English

News Words 
Vocational English
Business English
American Stories

English for Children

Learn to Listen and Read

Afanasyeva O.V.

National Exam in English 


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Gymnasium # 1

The City ofKhasavyurt

The Best Students.

Students with me,Idikova Daisis and Alishbiev Whoseyn

St. Patrick
St. Patrick is the patron saint Ireland who spent his life converting the Irish to Christianity. March 17 commemorates the anniversary of his death in 461 A.D. Irish Americans celebrate by having parades and even those who are not of Irish descent get into the act. Wearing something green is one way that many show their solidarity. Shamrocks and leprechauns symbolize the folklore traditions of the old country. One way to allow children to enjoy the spirit of the holiday is to play Find the Hidden Treasure. According to legend Leprechauns, those tiny imaginary creatures akin to fairies, will try to buy their freedom if captured by offering to tell where a pot of gold is hidden. Simply hide the pot of gold (use the chocolate gold foil wrapped coins) and let the children rush to find the hidden gold treasure. A variation of Warm, Hot & Cold will be a helpful aid for younger children. Another fun way to delight children is to surprise them with some green milk. A new way to get that milk down those youngsters! Before pouring the milk secretly add some green food coloring to the glass. Just a few drops should do. Wont they be surprised when the milk turns green when you pour that glass of milk. And finally an activity that will teach children about horticulture. A week or two before St. Patricks Day go to a landscape nursery and obtain some shamrock plantings. The children can plant them in pots and water them and watch them grow. Great idea to teach young people about how things grow. In large cities long parades march through the streets. Bands play and people sing Irish songs. Those who are not Irish themselves also wear green neckties and hair ribbons and take part in the celebrations.

The History of St. Patrick's Day

The History of April Fool's Day