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Иосифова Галина Александровна.

Родилась 26 июля 1948 года. в с. Богородское, Ульчского района, Хабаровского края. 

Образование: Высшее: ХГПИ(специальность- учитель биологии, химии, 1972 г.)

                                   повышение квалификации: Краевое государственное образовательное учреждение дополнительного профессионального образования (повышения квалификации) ХКИРО, 156                                              часов, 2010 год

Должность и дата назначения- учитель английского языка с 01.09.1976. Общий трудовой стаж 42 года.Стаж работы (по специальности) 36 лет. Первая квалификационная категория 

Место работы МОУ СОШ с. Иннокентьевка

Ветеран труда.

 

SEPTEMBER
01.09.1939 The World Peace Day. World War II started.
01.09.1939 In Khabarovsk Railway Transport Engineering Institute was founded.
02.09.1957 Sport complex named after V.I.Lenin (audience of 25000) was opened.
10.09.1872-04.09.1930 Vladimir Klavdievich Arseniev’s dates of life.
1930 The first higher educational establishment, Medical Institute was founded in the Khabarovsk Territory.
19.09.1927 Regular radio started to broadcast in our region.
26.09.2001 European Languages Day. It was proclaimed by the Council of Europe.
27.09.1980 International Tourism Day. It was proclaimed on the World Tourist Organization decision.
27.09.1982 Art Gallery names after the Far-Eastern artist A.M.Fedotov was opened in Khabarovsk.

OCTOBER
01.10.1930 International Veterans’ (aged-people) Day. It was proclaimed on the United Nations Organization General Assembly decision.
01.10 International Day of Music.
01.10.1977 World Vegetarians’ Day.
04.10.1957 Opening Of the Mankind’s Cosmic Era Day. The first Earth sputnik was launched into space in the USSR. 
04.10.1931 International Animals Protection Day.
12.10.2002 The Zoo named after V.P.Sysoev was opened in the suburbs of Khabarovsk.
14.10.2004 A memorial plague was opened on the 13, Lenin street in honour of N.N.Mentser, a Far-Eastern composer, musician, Honoured Art Worker.
1933 The first issue of "Dalniy Vostok” magazine was published. Its first editor-in-chief was A.Fadeev. 
1610-1667 Erofei Pavlovich Khabarov’s dates of life. He was a Russian explorer, trades-man, a peasant from Vologodchina. 
20.10.1938 Khabarovskiy Krai birthday.
31.10.1977 A new building of the Musical Comedy Theatre started its work in Khabarovsk. The former building of the theatre appeared in 1926.

NOVEMBER
20.11.1947 Hockey Team "SKA Khabarovsk” birthday (Army Sport Club).
21.11.1996 World Television Day. The TV broadcasting in Khabarovsk and Komsomolsk-na-Amure started in 1960.
22.11.1934 Pitomnik named after Lukashov (nursery garden) was founded in Khabarovsk.

DECEMBER
01.12. World Day Against AIDS
03.12 International Invalid People Day
04.12 Informatics day
10.12 People’s Rights Day
11.12 World Children’s Television Day
28.12.1985 International Film Day. The Lumiere brothers demonstrated the first three-minutes film "Arrival of the train” in Paris.

JANUARY
02.01.1894 The first newspaper "Priamurskie Vedomosti” appeared in Khabarovsk. 
09.01.1930 Civil Aviation was born in the Far East. The first four-seat airplane was bought in Germany for 40 thousand roubles. The citizens of all the Far East organized the Joint-Stock Company "Dobrolet” and collected the necessary sum of money to purchase the plane. 
11.01.1963 International Nature Reserve and Park Day. The oldest in the Khabarovsk Territory "Bolshekhekhetsirskiy” and "Komsomolsky” Nature Reserves were founded on that day.
2001 The first information bulletin "Bagulnik na vetru” (wild rosemary in the wind) appeared in the Khabarovsk Territory. It is printed by the Indigenous North People Association. 
17.01.1947 Victor Stepanovich Erashchenko, a modern Khabarovsk poet, was born. He perished tragically in 1995.
27.01.1932 Khabarovsk poetess Rimma Fedorovna Kazakova was born. 
30.01.1932 Arkadiy Gaidar arrived to Khabarovsk as a newspaper "TOZ” (Tikhookeanskaya Zvezda) corresponden
FEBRUARY
08.02 Russian Science Day
23.02 Motherland Defenders Day

MARCH
1948 The Khabarovsk Territory Philharmonic Society was established. 15 artistic organizations work within this society. Among them is the best Far-Eastern Symphony Orchestra.
1958 Amursk, the youngest town in the Khabarovsk Territory, was founded.
1647 Okhotsk, the oldest town in the Khabarovsk territory, was founded.
1937 Khabarovsk Territory Puppet Theatre was founded and worked up to 1946. It resumed its activity since December, 27, 1997.
16.03.1946 The Khabarovsk Territory Drama Theatre was established. 
21.03.2000 World Day of Poetry.
22.03 International Day of Water Resourses.
23.03.1950 World Meteorology Day. Khabarovskiy Krai follows the weather forecasts since 1899. 
23.03.1927 The Far-Eastern Newsreel Studio demonstrated its first film at the "Sovkino” cinema. That day became the birthday of the studio.
27.03.1962 International Day of Theatres.

APRIL
01.04.1906 International Day of Birds. The Convention about birds’ protection was signed.
02.04.1817 (21.03) Yakov Vasilievich Dyachenko was born. He was 13 military battalion commander, who laid the first houses in Khabarovsk in 1858. Died in 1871.
02.04. International Children Book Day. It is celebrated in H.C.Andersen’s birthday (1805-1875), the Dutch writer. 
07.04.1948 World Health Day.
12.04.1961 World Aviation and Cosmonautics Day.
15.04.1935 World Day of Culture. The International Treatment about Preserving of World Cultural Treasures was signed.
18.04.1983 International Memorial and Historical Places Day.
18.04.1972 The monument to Arkadiy Petrovich Gaidar was put in the Khabarovsk Children’s Park.
19.04.1894 The Lore (Natural History) museum was founded in Khabarovsk.
20.04.2005 The Day of Territorial Memory Book presentation. More than 47000 participants of the Great Patriotic War are listed in the Memory Book. 
21.04.1967 Physical Culture Institute was founded. Now it is the Far-Eastern State Physical Culture Academy.
22.04.1990 The Day of Earth. It unites the population of the planet in protecting the Earth environment.
24.04.1957 The International Youth Solidarity Day. It is organized by the World Federation of Democratic Youth. 
29.04.1982 The International Day of Dance.
30.04. World Twin-cities Day

MAY
09.05.1975 Glory Square and the Memorial War Complex was unveiled in Khabrovsk in honour of the Victory Day.
10.05.1731 The Russian Empress Anna Ioanovna issued an edict about the foundation of the first school (navigator’s) in Okhotsk.
14(1).05.1907 Tree-planting festival took place in Khabarovsk.
15.05.1994 International Day of Family.
16.05.1967 The title of Honourable citizen of Komsomolsk-na-Amure was introduced. 
18.05.1978 The International Day of Museums.
23.05.1853 The foundation day of Sovetskaya Gavan town.
23.05.2002 The Television and Electronic Devices Enterprise "Avest” was established in Khabarovsk.
24.05 The Day of Slavonic Literary Culture is celebrated in honour of the saints Kirill and Mefodiy who invented Slavonic alphabet.  
29.05.1962 The meeting of the Khabarovsk citizens with the first cosmonaut Y.A.Gagarin took place in the Sports Palace of the main Stadium.
30.05.1891 The Russian Tsar Nikolai II participated in the ceremony of the Count Muraviev-Amurskiy’s monument opening.
31.05 The International Day Against Smoking.
31.05.1997 The first issue of the newspaper "Khabarovskiye Vesti” was printed.

JUNE
01.06. International Protection of Children Day
02.06.1982 In Komsomolsk-na-Amure the monument to Y.A.Gagarin was set up. The sculptor is R.H.Murodyan.
05.06.1972 International Environmental Day.
07.06.1982 In Komsomolsk-na-Amure new building of Drama Theatre was put into operation.
09.06.1982 In Komsomolsk-na-Amure the monument to the first builders of the town was set up. The sculptors of the monument are V.E.Gorevoi, S.A.Kubasov, N.M.Ataev.
12.06.1944 The Krai Theatre for Young Spectators was opened. It was based on the "New Theatre” which was evacuated from Leningrad.
12.06.1932 Komsomolsk-na-Amure city birthday.
15.06.1967 In Komsomolsk-na-Amure first in the whole Far East Youth Palace is opened. Y.A.Gagarin participated in the ceremony of the palace opening.
19(7).06.1862 In Nikolaevsk-na-Amure female 3-grade school is opened. The school is free of charge for all ages girls.
1967 In Gvasyuki settlement the monument to Udege writer Dzansi Kimonko is opened. The sculptor of the monument is Yakov Milchin.

JULY
1932 In the outskirts of the Khabarovsk city a workers’ settlement named after A.M.Gorkiy appeared. The permission to call the settlement after his name A.M.Gorkiy gave by himself. In 1957 In the main square of the settlement the monument to Gorkiy is set up. It is the only monument to Gorkiy in the whole Far East.
1937 The cinematographic group arrived to Komsomolsk-na-Amure to shoot the first film about the youth town Komsomolsk. The head of the group was director S.Gerasimov. The film was shown to Russian spectators in 1938.
14.07.1994 The Kabarovskiy krai emblem and flag design is approved. The author is Khabarovsk artist Sergey Loginov. 

AUGUST
02.08.1912 The Khabarovsk entrepreneur Shoshin bought in Germany one 6-seat automobile and opened passenger traffic between the Khabarovsk city center and the Amure river naval depot.
09.08.1995 The World Aboriginal People Day is celebrated first time.
12.08 World Youth Day
13.08.1850 Nikolaevsk-na-Amure city birthday.
1855 Bikin town was founded.


Тур по Лондону

Buses
As in many capital cities, the quickest way is often by Underground but,really to see London, take a bus. This way, even if the traffic is slow, you see the busy streets of the West End and City, rich with life and in¬cident, and lined with some of the world's finest shops and greatest public buildings, and much of London's countryside as well.
Most of London's buses are the famous red double-deckers, so go upstairs for a grandstand view!
 
At a 'Compulsory Stop' all buses stop.
Getting Your Bus
 
At a 'Request Stop' you stop
the bus by raising your hand
in good time.
 
Buses in London are cheap, conveni¬ent, and give a frequent and comprehen¬sive service throughout the Central area and the suburbs.
You choose your bus by the number and destination shown on the front and you can consult the detailed bus map (available at Travel Enquiry Offices and Underground stations), or the Visitor's bus map on the other side of this folder.
Most bus stops show which bus num-bers stop there, give details of where the buses go and may show a map of the other stops in the area. If you are not sure which bus to catch, other people in the queue will probably be able to help you. (Don't forget to queue up, British-style, when waiting forthebus. It's fairer for everybody).
 
 
How To Pay
On most London buses fares vary with the distance travelled. Unless you have a Go-As-You-Please ticket or Red Bus Rover you must pay separately for each journey; you cannot buy ordinary tickets in advance or in a 'carnet' If you do pay for each journey, please use coins and keep your ticket until you get off the bus.
 

The bus conductor collects your fare on most buses, but on some (mainly in the suburbs) you enter by the yellow front doors and pay the driver. If you're not sure of the fare, say where you want to go and you will be told the cost and, if you ask, where to get off. Children under 5 travel free and those under 16 generally pay reduced fares.
 
Travelling By Bus
You may smoke only on the upper deck of buses and not at all on single-deckers. For safety's sake standing is never allowed on the platform or on the upper deck of double-deckers.
Night Buses
A nurrfber of routes run at wide inter-vals from many central London points throughout most nights of the week, after normal services cease, serving many hotel areas. However, most do not run on Saturday nights/Sunday mornings.
A free booklet, available from any London Transport Travel Enquiry Office, gives full details.
Night bus routes in Central London are shown in blue in thejnap on the reverse. Ring 01-222 1234 at anytime for inform¬ation on Night buses.
Green Line Coaches
Green Line coaches link London with many areas outside (e.g. Guildford, Luton, Tunbridge Wells), so if you want to go further afield than the London Transport system allows, then Green Line Coaches are very useful.
Full information and maps of Green Line Coach routes and boarding points can be obtained from any London Transport Travel Enquiry Office or by ringing 01-222 1234.









Welcome to London
This folder is specially for the Visitor to London.
Use London's public transport to explore and enjoy the great city and its countryside. London Transport runs the capital's extensive bus and Underground networks—cheap and convenient for all your sightseeing.
Please remember that you will enjoy a more comfortable ride if you avoid peak hour travel times on Mondays to Fridays {08 00-09 30 and 1600-1830).
This is the symbol of London Trans-port's services. It marks Underground stations, bus stops. Travel Enquiry Offices, posters and publications. Whenever you find it you will know that London Transport is at your service
 
 
Go-As-4bu Please
 
These tickets give'you 4 or 7 days' un-limited travel on all of London's red buses, and the Underground system*
London Transport services cover not only central London but also many interest¬ing places up to 25 miles (40 kms) away, such as Greenwich, Hampton Court, Hampstead Heath, Epping Forest or out-of-town shopping centres like Brent Cross and there is no need to worry about separate tickets or unfamiliar money.
Buy your ticket at any of London Trans¬port's Travel Enquiry Offices and ask for your free bus map and information leaflets
 
to help you enjoy your visit. Or buy your ticket at Underground station ticket offices!1
'With these exceptions; not available on the Underground beyond Northwood, Harrow & Wealdstoneand Debden.
Red Bus Rover
These tickets are ideal for seeing London from that famous vantage-point, the top of a double-deck bus. You can travel anywhere, anytime and as often as you like, for one day, on any London Transport bus on normal service.
Available at London Transport Travel Enquiry Offices, at most Underground stations, at bus garages (between 0900 and 1900 only), or at the off ices of National Travel. Ask for a free map of the entire London bus system with your ticket.
Adult
Red Bus Rover
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Central Tube Rover
 
These tickets give you the freedom of the Underground in central London and put you within easy reach of all the famous sights, museums and big stores.
For a whole day you can travel as much as you like between over 50 stations on or inside the Circle Line and including some other important ones just outside, like Earl's Court and Waterloo.
Buyyourticket at any London Transport Travel Enquiry Office or Underground Sta¬tion in the Central Tube Rover area (see map below).











There are more than 275 Underground stations in London and its suburbs.
In the centre of London you are never likely to be more than a few minutes walk from one of them. Stations are indicated by an illuminated London Transport symbol.
Using the Underground
Look at your Underground map to decide your journey. There is a large scale version of this map at every Underground station and every car on the train has a map of the route that the train follows.
A list of fares is in every ticket hall on the Underground. Children aged 3 and under 14 pay reduced fares. You must buy your ticket before travelling, either from a ticket machine or the ticket office. You can¬not buy books of tickets, but the special tourist tickets, such as a Go-As-You-Please or Central Tube Rover (see details above), will save you time and trouble.
Trains run frequently until about 0015 (Sundays 23 30) from the central area — see travel information boards in station ticket halls.
Make sure you wait on the correct plat¬form for your destination, and choose your tra!n by the indicator on the platform or the from of the train.
It is important to know the final desti-
 
nation of the train you want, because from some platforms trains leave for several dif¬ferent destinations. Please ask one of the station staff if you are in doubt.

Just follow the signs for the line you want, and at all stations there are maps to help you. Keep your ticket to give up at the end of your journey. Most trains stop at all stations, but certain stations are closed at weekends (see Underground map).

Automatic Ticket Issue and Checking
At many stations on the Underground auto¬matic checking of tickets is carried out at entry gates. If you get a yellow ticket you reach the platform by putting the ticket in the automatic gate and walking through. REMEMBERTOPICK UP YOUR TICKET AS YOU GO THROUGH.
Escalators

Please observe the signs: stand on the right.
 
With the opening of Heathrow Cen-tral Underground Station the Piccadilly Line now connects all 3 Heathrow Airport air terminals with London's Underground network.
The new service is fast (about 40 minutes to Central London) and frequent (a train every 4-7И minutes). Because there are no traffic or parking problems you can plan your journey time in advance. The Piccadilly Line serves most of the main hotel areas in London—there's no need to change trains for Earl's Court, Gloucester Road, Hyde Park Corner, Russell Square and King's Cross (all with taxi interchange when you get there). At Heathrow Central Station you will find a complete travel information and hotel reservation service and sterling ex¬change bureau.You can also buy Go-As-You-Please tickets and exchange London Trans¬port Vouchers issued by your travel agent.
 


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Round
London
Sightseeing
Tour
This is the tour which all visitors should take in during their stay in London. It is the ideal .inexpensive way to get to know London generally before setting out to explore in detail.
This circular tour by bus* passes most of the major landmarks of London and covers 20 miles (32 kmsj oftheWestEndandCity.Then-is no guide, but you will be given a specially illustrated free leaflet to show you what to look out for.Tours start from Piccadilly Circus, Marble Arch (near Speakers' Corner), and Grosvenor Gardens, near Victoria Station (see key symbol on the map overleaf).
EROS Piccadilly Circus
 
They run daily (except Christmas Day) at least every hour as follows:- Winter. Until April 1000-1600 (no 1500 or 1600 tours from Marble Arch Mondays-Fridays). Summer. From April 1000-21 00 (no 2000 or 21 00 tours from Marble Arch daily). The trip lasts about two hours; you return to whichever point you started from. Seats are not bookable—just come along. " Usually double-deck.
Guided lours
 
Tower of London
London Transport offers a range of coach tours throughout the year. Prices include the services of an experienced guide, any admission charges and, on most tours, lunch or tea as well.
 
Tours operate to many places in and out of London; they include a London Day Tour, Windsor & Hampton Court, Greenwich, Canterbury, Stratford, and (in the Summer) a special mystery tour and other destinations.
Canterbury Cathedral
Please askf or a brochure at any London Transport Travel Enquiry Office, any agent of National Travel, or at Victoria Coach Station. All tours depart from Victoria Coach -Station (Bay 25). (See reference E5 on the map overleaf.)
 
 
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The London Transport Collection
 
A collection of historical vehicles— buses, trams, trolleybuses, locomotives, rolling-stock, posters, signs, tickets and other exhibits—is open every day at Syon Park, Brentford.
Opening times:
Summer: 1 April to 30 September 1000-1900.
Winter: 1 October to 31 March 1000-17 00 or dusk (whichever is earlier).
Last tickets sold one hour before closing time.
Underground to Hammersmith, then
 
bus 267. Or to Gunnersbury, then bus 267.
On Sundays buses El and E2 run beyond Brentford to Syon Park.
British Rail to Syon Lane, then walk.
Two books to
help you enjoy London
Visitor's London Guide Book. This best selling London Transport book des¬cribes more than 400 places ot Interest in and around London. It includes short walks around the main tourist attractions and a special section telling you how to get there by bus or Underground (with maps), opening times and prices of admission.
How To Get There contains details of how to get to most places of interest in London by Bus and Underground.
Both books are available from London Transport Travel Enquiry Offices and Under¬ground station ticket offices, booksellers and newsagents.
 
Posters, Gifts and other books.
A wide range of books, leaflets, posters and souvenirs about life and transport in London are on display at the London Trans¬port Shops at St James's Park Underground Station (map reference F5 on reverse side of this folder) or Griffith House, 280 Old Marylebone Road, N.W.I, near Edgware Road Circle Line Station, (map reference D3).
Lost Property
If you leave something behind on a bus or Underground train, ask at the Lost Prop¬erty Office at 200 Baker Street, N.W.1., close to Baker Street station; it is open Mon¬days to Fridays from 1000 to 1800, but closed Saturdays and Sundays. Remember it takes a day or two for your missing prop¬erty to find its way to Baker Street. (Map reference D3).
The London Tourist Board will help you ith all the general information that the urist needs about places of interest, hotels, restaurants and shopping. Ask at the Tourist Information Offices at> Heathrow Central Underground Station; Victoria British Rail Station; Self ridges, Oxford St, W.I; Harrods, Knightsbridge, S.W.1; 26, Grosvenor Gardens, S.W.I.
For genera! tourist enquiries telephone 01-730 0791.
 
All your queries about travel in London can be answered at the London Transport Travel Enquiry Offices where tickets and books detailed in this leaflet can also be bought.These are open 0830-2130 daily, including Sundays, and are located at the following Underground stations:-

Heathrow Central* St. James's Park,
Euston,
King's Cross,
Oxford Circus,
Victoria,
Piccadilly Circus and
at Waterloo British Rail
Travel Centre

Or telephone 01-222 1234 any time day or night.

'planned to open 0500-2400
(0600-2400 on Sundays)

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