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People whose ideas changed the World
People whose ideas changed the World
Mark Twain
Mark Twain
William Shakespeare
William Shakespeare
Henry Ford
Henry Ford
( 1795-1829)
( 1795-1829)
Admiral Nelson
Admiral Nelson
Yuri Gagarin
Yuri Gagarin
Yuri`s father was a very skilful worker He taught his son to hard work
Yuri`s father was a very skilful worker He taught his son to hard work
Princess Diana
Princess Diana
Evangelina Booth
Evangelina Booth
Anton Chekhov
Anton Chekhov
Работу выполнили: Ученики 7 класса: Виноградова Дина Кипрушева Мария
Работу выполнили: Ученики 7 класса: Виноградова Дина Кипрушева Мария

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1 People whose ideas changed the World

People whose ideas changed the World

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Учитель английского языка Несмеянова Е.И.

2 Mark Twain

Mark Twain

Many years ago there lived a man whose stories became some of the funniest stories in the world. Now people know him as Mark Twain but his real name was Samuel Clemens. He was born in 1835 and grew up in the little town of Hannibal, Missouri. The people in Hannibal didn't have much money. In the town lived a boy named Tom Blankenship who had no home and no parents. No one said to him that he must go lo school or wash. The children adored him because he was a boy who knew many exciting stories and the children followed him everywhere. Sam was happy to be one of Tom's friends. When Sam was twelve his father died. The shock changed him and he was a different boy. He stopped his little-boy games and thought about his mother's hard work and money problems! Sam went to work in his brother Orion's printing shop . Не learned a lot there. Once Sam wrote funny stories for the newspaper.; He was too shy to sign his own name so he signed the name Mark Twain to everything he wrote. Sam (hanged many jobs and visited many places in the USA, People in America began to read and like what he wrote, and soon his stories became popular all over the world. He wrote many books, but Huckleberry Finn and Tom Sawyer, the stories of his own childhood, are still the favorites of boys and girls everywhere.

3 William Shakespeare

William Shakespeare

He was the world's most famous playwright and poet. But people don't know many details about his life. He was a mysterious and legendary poi son. Some specialists doubt that it was he who wrote nil those tragedies, historical plays, comedies and poetry. But still his n is known all over the world. Many of his plays became films and carte

4 Henry Ford

Henry Ford

Henry Ford was a man whose ideas changed the world. Ford came from a down-to-earth family. He was born in 1863 on a farm near Detroit , USA. But when he was a boy, he didn't want to live on the farm because he hated farming and he adored machines. When he was 16, he went to Detroit to work in a machine shop. Не changed different jobs and learned how to use different machines. He began his experiments with machines at home. In 1896 he built his first automobile . In 1903, when H. Ford was 40, he started the Ford Motor Company. At that time the automobile was a toy of rich people. Henry Ford decided to change the situation. The company made the Model T Ford in 1908. It was small and even people who were not rich could buy it. Ford could do this because he was the first to use an assembly line. The assembly line was a revolution in cars making. Ford also paid his workers 5 US dollars per day. It was a large sum in 1914. Ford attracted both national and international attention. Henry Ford had more than one billion US dollars. He spent more than 40 million dollars on charities. He started the Ford Foundation that supported different programmers in education and culture.

5 ( 1795-1829)

( 1795-1829)

Alexandr Griboedov

Alexandr Griboedov was a Russian diplomat. He wrote few plays and few musical plays. But people remember him as a great play­wright for one play and a talented composer for one waltz.

6 Admiral Nelson

Admiral Nelson

All the british admire that man because he was really an all-time great person. He was a man who served his country best. He was a hero of the great war with france and one of the greatest warriors. He was a brave and skilful admiral. He won the battle of trafalgar* and england became mistress (повелительница) of the seas. At trafalgar the french killed him. His last words were "thanks god I have done my duty".

7 Yuri Gagarin

Yuri Gagarin

Yuri Gagarin was the first person to orbit the Earth. He was born in the villiage of Klushino, Smolensk region and he lived in Gzhatsk. His mother,father and other relatives were peasants.

8 Yuri`s father was a very skilful worker He taught his son to hard work

Yuri`s father was a very skilful worker He taught his son to hard work

Gagarin`s mother was a very wise woman During the Great Patriotik War he went to Lubertsy and began to study at trade

After that he decided to study in Orenburg aircraft school His dream was to be a pilot.

9 Princess Diana

Princess Diana

She was the people ?s princess. Her life was like a fairy tale. In her childhood she wanted to de a ballet dancer. But at the of age 20 she married Charles, the Prince of Wales, and her life changed very much. She was involved in many charities. She created a new image of a royal. The British respected her because she was helpful and adored her because she was very attractive.

10 Evangelina Booth

Evangelina Booth

Evangeline Booth had a very good name because she was the world ?s greatest woman evangelist. She was born in London on Christmas Day in 1865 and almost from her early childhood she wanted to be like her father, William Booth, who was an example for her. The Booth home was an exciting place of good deeds and wonderful ideas for helping others. Her father left the official church and went his own way. He thought he must save people not by theories but by actions. He not only wanted to bring Good to the poorest people of London, but he tried to give them food and to get jobs for them. His seven children were interested in his work and when they grew older they grew olden they followed him. He started the Salvation Army. He wanted to follow the evangelists who tried to change bad men into good ones. Evangeline was only thirteen when she came to work in the Salvation Army. People called her the «White Angel »fop her good deeds. She raised money for poor people, supported sick ones, brought them food and helped the people who drank. Evangeline Booth lived in New York for some time. She worked they hard to help people in trouble. President Woodrow Wilson gave her a medal for her work.

11 Anton Chekhov

Anton Chekhov

Chekhov was born in 1860 Taganrog. In 1879 he went to Moscow, where he studied medicine. Though he practiced little as a doctor in his lifetime, he was prouder of his medical knowledge than of his writing talent. While in college, Chekhov wrote humorous sketches for comic papers to support his family. He collected the best ones into a volume, Motley Stories, in 1886. The book attracted the attention of the publisher of the Novoje Vremja, Russia ?s largest paper, and Chekhov was asked to contribute stories regularly. Chekhov, as an established writer, was able to develop a style of his own. Though he never gave up writing comic stories, he began working in a more serious vein. In 1887 Ivanov, his first play, established Chekhov as a dramatist. From then on, he concentrated on writing plays, as well as short stories. The Seagull was first staged in the Alexandrinsky Theatre in Petersburg. It was a complete failure because of the dull and clumsy production. It was a cruel blow to Chekhov. However, the play was successfully performed as the first production of the Moscow Art Theatre in 1898. From them on, Chekhov was closely connected with this theatre and with its founder, K. S. Stanislavsky. In 1901 he married an Art Theatre actress, Olga Knipper, who acted in his play The Three Sisters the same year. Chekhov ?s health went from bad to worse and he bad to spend the remaining years in the Crimea and other health spas. The cherry Orchard, his last play, was produced in 1904. Soon after the first night Chekhov died. He was 44. Chekhov had an immense influence on the 20th century drama. Besides, several generations of writers both in Russia and abroad studied and imitated Chekhov to perfect their own literary style.

12 Работу выполнили: Ученики 7 класса: Виноградова Дина Кипрушева Мария

Работу выполнили: Ученики 7 класса: Виноградова Дина Кипрушева Мария

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