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Тематический план практических занятий, СРСП, СРС (II семестр)



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Тематический план практических занятий, СРСП, СРС (II семестр)



нед.

пп.

Тема

Форма проведения и

продолжительность в часах




лекции

Пр.

СРСП

СРС

баллы

1

1

Скелет. Времена группы Indefinite Passive

-

1

1




1,5

2

1

Скелет. Времена группы Indefinite Passive

-

1

1




1,5

3

1

Скелет. Времена группы Indefinite Passive

-

1

1




1,5

4

2

Сердце и сосудистая система. Причастие прошедшего и настоящего времени. Словообразование: суффиксы – ous, - ary,-ery,- ory.


-

1

1




1,5

5

2

Сердце и сосудистая система. Причастие прошедшего и настоящего времени. Словообразование: суффиксы - ous, - ary,-ery,- ory.

-

1

1




1,5

6

2

Сердце и сосудистая система. Причастие прошедшего и настоящего времени. Словообразование: суффиксы - ous, - ary,-ery,- ory.

-

1

1

5

4,5

7

3

Легкие. Заменители существительных: one, ones, that, those.

-

1

1




1,5

8

3

Легкие. Заменители существительных: one, ones, that, those.

Рубежный контроль



-

1

1




3,0

9

3

Легкие. Заменители существительных: one, ones, that, those.

-

1

1




1,5

10

3

Легкие. Заменители существительных: one, ones, that, those.

-

1

1

5


1,5


11

4

Пищеварительный тракт.

Функции причастия настоящего времени. Обзор грамматических тем по циклу «Внутренние органы».



-

1

1




1,5

12

4

Пищеварительный тракт.

Функции причастия настоящего времени. Обзор грамматических тем по циклу «Внутренние органы ».



-

1

1




1,5

13

4

Пищеварительный тракт.

Функции причастия настоящего времени. Обзор грамматических тем по циклу «Внутренние органы».



-

1

1




1,5

14

4

Пищеварительный тракт.

Функции причастия настоящего времени. Обзор грамматических тем по циклу «Внутренние органы».




-

1

1

5

1,5

15

5

Итоговое занятие.

Рубежный контроль



-

1

1




3,0







Итого часов:




15

15

15










Всего часов:




45
















Всего баллов:











28,5

Примечание:

Максимальный балл за

практические занятия = 22,5 балла(1 пр. занятие = 0.75б, всего 30 занятий, итого 0, 75б х 30 = 22.5 балла).

СРСП = 22.5 балла (1 СРСП =0,75б, всего СРСП – 30, итого 0,75б х 30 = 22.5 балла)

СРС = 9 баллов (1 СРС = 3б, студент обязан выполнить не менее 3 СРС разного вида), итого 3б х 3 = 9 баллов.

Рубежный контроль = 6 баллов (1 рубежный контроль = 1,5б всего 4 рубежных контроля, итого 1,5б х 4 =6 баллов).

Распределение часов и баллов по видам занятий


.



Тема

Вид работы и продолжительность в часах.

Практ

=0,75б

СРСП

=0,75б

СРС

=3б


Руб.конт=

1.5б


1.

Тест на выявление исходного уровня

4

4





2

Моя биография. Моя семья. Спряжение глагола

``to be``, `` to have got ``

Местоимения: личные и притяжательные.


3

3







3

Моя квартира. Множественное число имен существительных. Оборот «there is, there are»

3

3







4

Казахстан – моя Родина Артикли. Степени сравнения прилагательных. Простое настоящее время.

2

2







5

Мой любимый город. Числительные: количественные и порядковые. Даты. Простое прошедшее время.

3

3







6

Страна изучаемого языка.

Указательные местоимения:

this, that, these, those. Простое будущее время.


2

2




1.5

7

Лондон – столица Великобритании. Употребление артикля с географическими названиями.

Рубежный контроль.


2

2







8

Образование в Великобритании.

Настоящее совершенное время. Прошедшее совершенное время.



3

3

10




9

Образование в Казахстане. Будущее совершенное время. Согласование времен.

3

3

10




10

Знаменитые ученые Великобритании.

Модальные глаголы can, may, must. Обзор грамматики по тексту.



2

2

10




11

Знаменитые ученые Казахстана. Going to, would like to, want to. Обзор грамматики по тексту.

2

2



1.5

12

Итоговое занятие.

Рубежный контроль



3

3







13

Скелет. Времена группы Indefinite Passive

3


3

5




14

Сердце и сосудистая система. Причастие прошедшего и настоящего времени. Словообразование: суффиксы - ous, - ary,-ery,- ory.

4

4

5


1.5

15

Легкие. Заменители существительных: one, ones, that, those.

Рубежный контроль



4

4

5




16

Пищеварительный тракт.

Функции причастия настоящего времени. Обзор грамматических тем по циклу «Внутренние органы».



1

1



1.5

17

Итоговое занятие.

Рубежный контроль.



45

45




45




Всего 135 часов

30

30










Всего занятий

22.5


22.5

9

6




Максимальное количество баллов в семестре = 60 баллов
















Максимальное количество баллов итогового контроля (экзамен)= 40 баллов
















Итого максимально количество баллов по дисциплине = 100 баллов














Время консультаций и экзамена: согласно графика
Время рубежного контроля: на 8 неделе и 15 неделе каждого семестра
Время итогового контроля: в конце семестра по расписанию ОП и КУП
Рекомендуемая литература:

Основная литература:

1. Маслова А.М. Учебник английского языка для медицинских вузов. М., 2001.

2. Маслова А.М. Лабораторные работы по английскому языку для медицинских вузов. М., 2001.

3. Куриленко А.Н. 400 тем по английскому языку. М., 1998.

4. Murphy R. English grammar in use. Start course, elementary course. Cambridge, 1993.

5. Longman. The Essentials of English writers. Handbook. 2004.

6. Longman. Student Grammar of Spoken and written English. 2004.

Дополнительная литература.

1. Джанабаева К. “Basic English”. А.2003.

2. Longman.Сutting edge (start, elementary, pre - intermediate)/ Student’s book, work book, cassettes. 2004
Методы обучения: формы преподавания практических занятий, СРСП, СРС.

Проведение практических занятий:

занятия по ключевым темам дисциплины, выполнение тестовых и ситуационных заданий, работы с учебником, компьютерными моделями и программами.

Формы организации СРСП:

консультации по теме, самостоятельное выполнение устных и письменных заданий, решение ситуационных задач, решение тестовых заданий, работа в малых группах, дискуссии, диалоги, ролевые игры, мини – конференции, работа с учебником, таблицами, рубежный контроль.
Формы организации СРС:

работа с литературой по темам СРС, составление терминологических словарей, выполнение тестов, подготовка докладов, рефератов, эссе, подготовка презентаций, подготовка таблиц – схем, постеров.


Критерии и правила оценки знаний и навыков обучающихся:
Текущий контроль практических занятий и СРСП:

• устный и письменный опрос (по вопросам методических рекомендаций)

• тестирование в письменной форме

• проверка ситуационных задач – устно

• проверка выполнения лексико-грамматических заданий.

СРС:

•защита рефератов, докладов, эссе.

• контроль выполнения тестовых заданий.

• контроль составления терминологического словаря.

• демонстрация таблиц – схем, постеров.

Рубежный контроль:

• тесты, письменное изложение тем.


Итоговый контроль:

устный экзамен с учетом результатов текущего и рубежного контроля + тестирование

Шкала оценок:


Оценка по буквенной

системе

Баллы

%-ное

содержание



Оценка по

традиционной

системе


А

4,0

100

отлично

А-

3,67

90-94

В+

3,33

85-89

хорошо

В

3,0

80-84

В-

2,67

75-79

С+

2,33

70-74

Удовлетворительно

С


2,0

65-69

С-

1,67

60-64

D+

1,33

55-59

D

1,0

50-54

F

0

0-49

Неудовлетворительно


Методические рекомендации для практических занятий

Название дисциплины: Английский язык IYa 1103


Специальность:

051102 «Общественное здравоохранение»,
Кафедра: иностранных языков

Составители: Бикташева Г.М. Лозенко И.В.

Унасбаева Г.А. Мезгильбаева З.М.

Маскеева З.К. Шойбекова А.Ж.

Махамбетова Ж.Т. Баянбаева А.А.

Султанова Н.Т. Кайбалдиева Б.М.

Серикбеккызы А. Кенесбекова К.К.

Бижанова А.А.


Алматы, 2007


Work out
Theme: my Biography. My Family.

Grammar: verbs “to be” and “to have got”

Personal Possessive pronouns


Aim: the students have to know the lexics and grammar of the theme in order to draw and to speak about their biography and family on the base of a text “About myself”


Basic thematic issues:

Reading and translating a text. A student is to know new lexical minimum and keep them in mind. Concentrate their attention on the stresses and turns in the following word combinations. (A list of new lexics is enclosed)




  1. Read and remember the pronunciation of words:

Am- быть Wife-жена

He-я teacher-учитель

She-она Doctor-врач

We-мы Worker-рабочий

You- вы Engineer-инженер

Young-молодой Economist-экономист

Man (men) - мужчина businessmen-бизнесмен

Woman (women) - женщина Manager-управляющий

Boy friend- друг House wife-домохозяйка

Father-отец Girl-девочка

Mother- Мать Hospital-больница

Grandfather-дедушка School-школа

Grandmother- Бабушка Institute-институт

Son- сын University-Университет

Daughter-дочь

Brother-брат

Sister-сестра

Niece-племянница

Nephew-племянник

Aunt-тетя

Uncle-дядя
Remind grammar: look at grammar references.

Conjugation of the verbs” to be” and “to have



Present tense “to be”


  1. affirmative form

Sg.f Pl.f

1. I am… we are…

2. You are… you are…

3. He is… they are...

She is…

It is…
11. Interrogative form



Sg.f Pl.f

1. Am I…? Are we…?

2. Are you…? Are you…?

3. Is he…? Are they…?

Is she…?

Is it…?
111. Negative form

Sg.f Pl.f

1. I am not… We are not…

2. You are not… You are not…

3. He is not… They are not...

She is not…

It is not…


Past tense

1. Affirmative form

Sg.f pl.f

1. I was… We were…

2. You were You were…

3. He was… They were…

She was…


It was…
11. Interrogative form

Sg.f Pl.f

1. Was I….? Were we..?

2. Were you…? Were you…?

3. Was he…? Were they…?

Was she…?

Was it…?
111. Negative form

Sg.f Pl.f

1. I was not… We were not…

2. You were not… you were not…

3. He was not… They were not…

She was not…

It was not…

Future tense

1. Affirmative form

Sg.f pl.f

1. I shall be… We shall be…

2. You will be... You will be…

3. He will be… They will be…

She will be…

It will be…


11. Interrogative form

Sg.f Pl.f

1. Shall I be….? Shall we be..?

2. Will you be…? Will you be…?

3. Will he be…? Will they be…?

Will she be…?

Will it be…?
111. Negative form

Sg.f Pl.f

1. I shall not be… We shall not be…

2. You will not be… You will not be…

3. He, she it will not They will not be...

To have” present tense

1. Affirmative form

1. I have a book We have a book

2. You have a book You have a book

3. He, she has a book They have a book

It has colored picture
11. Interrogative form

1. Have I a book? Have we a book?

2. Have you a book? Have you a book?

3. Has he, she a book? Have they a book?

Has it colored picture?
111. Negative form

1. I have no book we have no book

2. You have no book You have no book

3. He, she has no book They have no book

It has no colored picture

Past tense

1. Affirmative form

1. I had a book We had a book

2. You had a book You had a book

3. He, she had a book They had a book

It had colored picture

11. Interrogative form

1. Had I a book? Had we a book?

2. Had you a book? Had you a book?

3. Had he, she a book? Had they a book?

Had it colored picture?
111. Negative form

1. I had no book We had no book

2. You had no book You had no book

3. He, she had no book They had no book



Future tense

1. Affirmative form

1. I shall have a book We shall have a book

2. You will have a book You will have a book

3. He, she will has a book They will have a book

11. Interrogative form

1. Shall I have a book? Shall we have a book?

2. Will you have a book Will you have a book?

3. Will he, she has a book? Will they have a book?
111. Negative form

1. I shall have no book we shall have no book

2. You will have no book You will have no book

3. He, she will has no book They will have no book


Personal pronouns
The personal pronouns are; I, HE, SHE, IT, WE, YOU, THEY

The personal pronouns have the grammatical categories of person, case, number and gender. The personal pronouns have two cases. The nominative case and the objective case: The nominative case: I, HE, SHE, IT, WE, YOU, THEY.

The objective case: ME, HIM, HER, IT, US, YOU, THEM.

The objective case at the pronouns I, HE, SHE, WE is expressed by completive forms. The second person pronouns you is both singular and plural. The pronouns of the third person HE, SHE, IT distinguish gender. Male beings (man, father, uncle, boy, etc.) are referred to as He: female being (woman, masher, aunt, etc.) are referred to as She: inanimate things (house, tree, cap, etc.) are referred to as it.


Possessive Pronouns:
  1. Possessive Pronouns have the same distinctions of person, number and gender as personal pronouns.


  2. Personal pronouns have two forms namely the dependent forms namely the dependent form and the independent form.


Conjunction of pronouns:
1- person 11-person 111-person

Singular: my his, her, its

Plural: ours yours theirs
Absolute forms of possessive pronouns

Singular: mine his, hers

Plural: ours yours theirs

The conjunction form is used when the possessive pronouns comes before the noun it modifies.




  1. Possessive pronouns are often used before the names of the parts of body clothing things; belonging to a person etc. in that case they are not translated into Russian.


WORK ON THE TEXT


  1. Write the following words in the plural:

A surname, a name, a subject, a story, a composer, a classmate, a bedroom, a kitchen, a writer.

2. Find the pairs of synonyms and the remember them:

To finish, nice, to graduate, fine, people, modern, contemporary, man.
3. Combine the words and translate:

Time, modern, conveniences, much, party, disco, music, reading, books, living, room, classical



  1. Give English equivalents :

Любимый предмет

Детективные истории

Холодная вода

Горячая вода

Свежий воздух

Поступать в Университет

Делать покупки

Смотреть телевизор

Любимый композитор

Любить друг-друга

Беседа о занятии

5, Connect the sentences:

I live in five people in our family

We have my duties about the house.

I have Abai Street.

Literature: a text “About myself”

Murphy “Grammar in use”

Control: questions, task on the basic lexico-grammatical themes.



Work – out (part I)

Theme: Lexical: “My flat”

Grammar: Plural forms of nouns

Construction “There is”, “There are”.


Aim: Widen their horizon with new words. Develop speaking, listening, writing, reading skills.

Basic thematic issues: Build up their vocabulary with new lexemes, getting acquainted with text “My flat”.
I. Performing practical classes.

1. Find the translations of the given words using dictionary

Sideboard, wardrobe, shelves, bedside, carpet, armchair, cupboard, cozy

2. Read and repeat the new words of the text paying attention to pronunciation

square – [skweә] - квадрат

wardrobe – [‘wa:drәub] - гардероб

cozy – [kәuzi] - уютный

alarm clock – [әla:m] - будильник

mirror – [mirә] - зеркало

to hung – [hng]

furniture – [fә:nit∫ә] – мебель

cushion – [‘ku∫әn] – диванная подушка

conveniences – [kәn’vi:niәns]

heating – [hi:ti]

chute – [∫u:t] – мусоропровод

II. Find the proper translation of the words on the right column from the left one

1. сoat hanger диванная подушка

standart lamp центральное отопление

to hang абажур

study удобства

conveniences вешалка

cushion вешать

central heating кабинет

2. Match the words A with B

modern stop

an alarm shade

trolleybus heating

deep conveniences

central sink

lamp clock
III. Reading and translating text


  1. Read and translate the text using active vocabulary



IV. Dialogues
In pairs choose one of the topic and make up a dialogue, perform in the class

- My flat

- My room

V. Literature: Text “My flat”

Oxford Student’s dictionary

VI. Control

Skim the text to answer the questions:

1. Where do they live?

2. What do kind of conveniences do they have at home?

3.What is the warmest place in their flat?

4.What is the largest and most comfortable room in the house?

5.What room is handily arranged?

6.Where and why does the whole family gathers?



Work – out (part II)
Theme: Lexical: “My flat”

Grammar: Plural forms of nouns

Construction “There is”, “There are”.

Aim: Widen their horizon with new words. Develop speaking, listening, writing, reading skills.

Basic thematic issues: Refresh grammar material; cope with all the exercises concerning the grammar attached.


  1. Lexico- grammatical exercises

  1. Give the plural form of the given words:

Onion, bench, dress, box, baby, fly, tomato, stamp, calf, knife

  1. Define what words are used only in plural which are in singular form:

Money, earings, air, spectacles, jeans, information, news, thanks, progress.

3. Translate into English: using the constructions “there is” or “there are”

Справа от стола стоит стенка, между окнами стоит маленький стол с телевизором, в левом углу комнаты стоит туалетный столик с зеркалом, в квартире есть все современные удобство, возле телевизора стоят 2 кресла.


  1. Literature: Maslova. Language Laboratory exercises

Murphy. Grammar in USE

Text “My flat”




  1. Tasks on basic grammatical themes:




  1. Change the sentence into interrogative and negative:

    1. There are three rooms

    2. There is one window in it

    3. There is a bookcase full of books


    4. There are five chairs around the table


Work – out (part III)
Theme: Lexical: “My flat”

Grammar: Plural forms of nouns

Construction “There is”, “There are”.

Aim: Widen their horizon with new words. Develop speaking, listening, writing, reading skills.

Basic thematic issues: Consolidating the lexico-grammatical material, use amassed knowledge in practice
I. Performing practical classes.
1. Find the pair of antonyms:

Cozy, large, several, little, left,low, light, different, full, thick

2. Make up an interrogative sentence using the words in brackets:

a) My father is used to have a vest sitting on the divan – bed (Does)

b) We live in a panel house (Do)

c) We have all modern conveniences (Do)

d) I like our flat very much (Do)

3. Ask each other the following questions:

1. Have you got a house or a flat?

2. How many rooms are there in your flat?

3. On what floor is your flat?

4. Has your flat all modern conveniences?


II. Literature: Shershneva. Essential English grammar

Murphy. Grammar in USE




  1. Tasks on basic grammatical themes:




    1. Give the plural forms of nouns:

Mother- in-low, man- of- war, passer-by, man-servant, roof, belief

    1. Find the nouns which are used both in plural and singular form:

Mouse, deer, book, trout, pen, sheep, swine, swung, fish
WORK-OUT 1

1. Theme:

Lexics: ”Almaty –my favourite city”

Grammar: Cardinal and Ordinal Numerals. Dates. Past Simple Tense.

2. Aims:


- to introduce new lexics on the text “Almaty …”

- to practice the usage of the new lexics

- to practice students’ oral speech

- the teach students the formation and usage of Cardinal and Ordinal Numerals, dates and Past Simple Tense

- to develop lexico-grammatical skills
3. Basic thematic issues: lexics on the topic “Cities”, revision of Present Simple Tense, regular and irregular verbs
4. Listen to the new word and word combinations, repeat then and write down in your vocabularies:

Capital, southern, to be situated, at the foot, height, sea level, beautiful, snowy peak, cultural, financial, political, places of interest, a skating rink, a steel-rope way, a museum, a theatre, an original architecture, a square, a circus, to impress, a fortress, hospitable


5. Find in the text the following words and word combinations:

Южная столица, горы Алатау, город – сад, интересные места, старая и новая площади, гостиницы, театр им. М. Ауезова, туристы, был основан в 1853г., очень известный, гостеприимный народ, большое будущее.


6. Find the following sentences from the text:

а) Это один из красивейших городов мира.

б) Алматы – это город – сад.

в) Алматы имеет длинную историю.

г) Город был основан в 1853 г.

д) Крупный красный алматинский апорт знают даже в Европе.


7. Finish the sentences:

a) Almaty is the …… capital of Kazakhstan.

b) It is one of the most ….. cities of the world.

c) There are very many places of … in Almaty.

d) Almaty has a long …

e) The town was founded in …

f) Almaty is a city of nice ….people, the city with great ….

8. Read the cardinal and ordinal numerals:

11, 15, 41st, 12, 22nd, 268, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 457, 1368, 1916, 63rd, 20, 21st

9. Read the cardinal numerals and form the ordinal ones:

21, 144, 2, 1257, 1, 12, 24, 421, 6759


10. Read the dates:

1987, 1915, 2007, 1812, 1957, 1900, 15th June, 1975, 22nd May 2007, 30th January, 1987, 1st March, 1990.

I was born in 1989. My birthday is on the 23rd of March.
11. Past Simple Tense:

a) The Past Simple Tense is used to express a finished action in the past:

We played tennis yesterday. He graduated from the University last year. She saw Peter last Sunday.

b) It is also used to express a past habit:

When I was a child we went to Spain every summer. I wore a uniform at school.
12. Read the following words paying attention to pronunciation of endings –d, -ed

a) forced, washed, worked, stopped, developed, asked

b) entered, lived, saved, answered, effused

c) operated, prevented, studied, waited

d) suffered, called, treated, recovered
13. Home task

a) to learn new lexics

b) do exercises from a work-out

c) control reading and translation of the text “Almaty …”

d) to learn new grammar material
14. Literature

A text “Almaty …” (material of the department), Language laboratory exercises for medical students, Maslova A.M, Moscow, 2002



Contact Hours (3)

Work-out

Theme: English speaking country

Lexics: Great Britain
Grammar: 1. Demonstrative pronouns: this, these, that, those

2. Prepositions

Aim: to enlarge students’ awareness about the country Great Britain; to build students’ knowledge on the new lexics according to the theme and to study grammar materials to use them in their speech

Basic thematic issues:

Lexics: Studying languages one should always know that possessing the language you must know the importance of learning its origin. In the modern world English is almost the main language of communication. And since it is the subject of ours, we are to learn not only the language itself, but also, it is of great importance to study the historical English speaking world – Britain. All the information given in the easy-covered text ‘Great Britain’ helps the students to learn new lexics and gives them an opportunity to cover the general knowledge of it. Thus it will develop their mental outwork.
Grammar: In the English language there are several types of preposition according to their roles. They can be prepositions of places and directions or directions and motions. Accordingly each of them may have an important stylistic meaning. For example with the meanings of frequently used prepositions such as at, on, in, into, etc. one may be confused trying to find its proper translation without context. Thus it is also important to know the usage of them in the phrases and sentences. Getting to know with some of the prepositions students will have an opportunity to understand their usage from the text ‘Great Britain’ and furthermore, to use them in their speech while retelling or answering the questions.

The examples of the usage of some prepositions are shown in the table № 1.

Table № 1.

off

in
On from

into out of

at from

to


under

Methods of teaching:

Contact Hour № 1

1) Look through the words given below, remember their pronunciation and learn them:

Northern [nɔәn] – северный

Ireland [aiәlәnd] – Ирландия

Isle [ail] – островок

Monarchy [mɔnәki] – монархия

Occupy [`ɔkjupai] – занимать

Mountainous [`mauntinәs] – гористый

Mild [maild] – мягкий, слабый, нежный

Chief [tʃ`i:f] – главный, руководящий

Customs [`kʌstәm] – обычай

Chamber [`tʃeimbә] – палата, камера

2) Define the translation of the following words in Russian, and with the help of new the lexics given above try to translate the Russian word combinations into English.


  1. highly – высоко развитый, высоко образованный

  2. head – глава государства, главный офис (контора), головная боль

  3. chief – главный, ведущая индустрия (промышленность)

  4. vast – обширный, большая равнина

3) Translate the following sentences using the words given above:

1. England, Scotland, and Wales occupy the territory of Great Britain.

2. The surface of the UK varies greatly.

3. All the rest is a vast plain, which is called the Lowlands.

4. One of the chief industries is shipbuilding.

5. The UK is ruled by the elected government with the Prime Minister at the head.

6. The British Parliament consists of two chambers: the House of Lords and the House of Commons.
Contact Hour № 2


  1. What do you know about prepositions?

(You may go to the reference of Prepositions in Maslova A.M., 1983)
  1. What is the difference between on and under; in and into; to and from; into and out of ?


  2. Try to translate the following: out of the country, on the mountains, in the southern part, on the line, off the place, to the destination.

  3. Try to give some examples of your own and try to give some other examples of the prepositions.

  4. Explain the role of the highlighted prepositions in the following sentences:

  1. The UK of GB and Northern Ireland is situated on the British Isles.

  2. Northern Ireland is situated in the northern part of Ireland.

  3. The capital of the UK is London.

  4. There are many beautiful lakes in the mountainous part of the country.

  5. GB is a country with old cultural traditions and customs.




  1. Demonstrative pronouns

  1. Translate the following pronouns and add possible nouns to each. First is given to you.

This- этот – e.g. this book, this country, this question

These-


That-

Those-



  1. Which of these words/phrases are relative to the pronoun ‘those’

a) 1year b) past years c) 3days time d) period of time

Contact Hour № 3

  1. Read the text and try to translate it using new words and phrases given above

Great Britain.

The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland is situated on the British Isles. It consists of four parts: England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland.

England, Wales, Scotland occupy the territory of Great Britain and Northern Ireland is situated in the northern part of Ireland. The territory of the United Kingdom is about 244 000 (two hundred and forty four thousand) square kilometers. The population of the United Kingdom is over 56 million people. The capital of the United Kingdom is London.

The surface of the United Kingdom varies greatly. The northern and the western parts of the country are mountainous and are called the Highlands. All the rest is a vast plain, which is called the Lowlands. The mountains are not very high. The rivers are not very long. The most important of them are the Severn and the Thames. There are many beautiful lakes in the mountainous part of the country.

The mountains, the Atlantic Ocean and the warm waters of the Gulf Stream influence the climate of Great Britain. It is mild the whole year round. Winters are not cold and summers are not hot.

Great Britain is highly a developed industrial country. It is known as one of the world’s largest producers and exporters of iron and steel products, machinery and electronics, chemicals and textile. One of the chief industries is shipbuilding.

Great Britain is a country with old cultural traditions and customs. The most famous educational centers are Oxford and Cambridge universities. They are considered to be the intellectual centers of Europe. The education is not free, it is very expensive.

The United Kingdom is a monarchy and the Queen is the head of the state. But in practice the United Kingdom is ruled by the elected government with the Prime Minister at the head. The British Parliament consists of two chambers: the House of Lords and the House of Commons.

There are three main political parties in Great Britain: the Labour party, the Conservative party and the Liberal party.


  1. Find the sentences with prepositions from the text, translate them and compare the similar ones.

  2. Try to divide the whole text into several topics according to the importance of the information given in each reasonable paragraph (approx. 5-6 paragraphs)

  3. In groups of 3-4 write questions to each titled paragraphs (2-3 questions to each), after what ask the prepared questions one group from another.

  4. Make a short presentation using the information in the text and your own knowledge and the country

Great Britain

Plan


  1. The general description of Great Britain.

  2. The geographical position of Great Britain.

  3. Great Britain as an industrial country.

  4. Education in Great Britain.

  5. Its governmental system.



Literature:

  1. Printed text: ‘Great Britain’

  2. Maslova A.M. ‘Essential English for Medical students’. Moscow, 1983

  3. Bonk N.A. ‘Учебник английского языка’. Saint-Petersburg, 1997

  4. Bonk N.A. ‘English step by step’. Moscow, 1999

5. Murphy R. ‘English Grammar in Use’. Cambridge, 1988
Control: questions to the theme:

  1. What is the full name for GB?

  2. How many parts does it consist of?

  3. What can you tell about its geographical position?

  4. Name the mountains which were mentioned in the text.

  5. Who is the head of the state?

  6. How many political parties do they have? What are they?


Contact hours- 1


Work- out

Theme:

Lexics: London is the capital of Great Britain



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Кафедра - иностранных языков

Курс: первый Семестр: 1-2

Лекции: - нет

Практические

(семинарские) занятия – 45 часов

Самостоятельная работа

под руководством преподавателя (СРСП) – 45 часов

Всего аудиторных: - 90 часов (2 кредита)

Внеаудиторная самостоятельная

работа студентов (СРС) - 45 часов (1 кредит)

Всего кредитов – 3 (135 часов)

Форма контроля: экзамен – 2 семестр



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