Учебно-методический комплекс по дисциплине: Английский язык iya 1103 для специальности: 051102 «Общественное здравоохранение»



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Contact Hour №3


1. Combine the adjectives with the proper nouns given below.

TRANSLATE your word combinations:
Pale, exact, hard, serous, salivary, inner, vital, connective

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gland, palate, length, coat, tissue, layer, capacity, face

2. Read & Translate the following words:
Covered – covering; extended – extending; varied – varying; separated – separating; included –including; dilated – dilating; contracted – contracting.
3. Translate the following sentences:


  1. Andreas Vesalius was the first anatomist to describe the structure of the human organs in connection with their functions. 2. To determine the borders of the heart is not an easy matter for a medical student. 3.The doctor changed the treatment to restore the patient s health as rapidly as possible.



4. Read & translate the Text “E” pp.82-83 and divide it into

logical parts.

For example: 1. Introduction


2. Mouth

3. stomach

4. small & large intestines

5. liver & gallbladder



  1. pancreas


Contact House 4



Active Words & Word Combinations


Upper, lower, to consist of, to contain, internal, mouth, tongue, palate, to connect, abdomen, cavity, abdominal, stomach, liver, spleen, intestine, gallbladder, important, portion, also, measure, tube, gland, ileum, caecum, colon, jejunum, duodenum, pharynx, anus, pancreas, bladder, spleen, teeth,

2. Find in the text all sentences in which the constructions of Participle I, make up 4 sentences of your own according to the main contents of the text, using these constructions in them.

3. Find in section [b] the English equivalents for the following Russian words and word combinations from section [a]:

А) твердое и мягкое небо находятся во рту, нижняя часть желудка, язык был обложен, тонко-стенная мышечная трубка, вес слюнных желез, измерить длину кости, грушевидной формы, брюшная полость, соединительная ткань, точная длина кишечника, верхняя часть брюшной полости, серозная оболочка, форма желудка, проходить по сосудам, разрешите посмотреть ваш язык;

b) to measure the length of the bone, pyriform shape, connective tissue, the upper part of the abdominal cavity, abdomen, the tongue was coated, the lower portion of the stomach, the weight of the salivary glands, exact length of the intestine, serous coat, let me see your tongue, to pass through the vessels, a thin – walled muscular tube, the hard & soft palates are in the mouth, the form of the stomach.
4. Read the text “E” pp. 82-83 & answer the questions
1. What portions is the alimentary tract composed of?

2. What organ is located in the thoracic cavity on each side of the mediastinum?

3. What do we taste with?

4. What organ is located in the right upper part of the abdominal cavity under the diaphragm?

5. What organ is located within the abdominal cavity on the lower surface of the liver?

6. What organ is located in the oral cavity?

7. What organ is located within the chest in the pericardium?

8. Where is the pancreas located?

9. What is the proper length of the musculomembraneous canal?

10. What is included in the oral cavity?


Make up the plan for the retelling
For example: -introduction

- portions of the alimentary tract;

mouth, stomach, small & large intestines,

liver & gallbladder, pancreas



Literature:

Maslova A.M. Essential English for medical students, pp.81-83

Control: questions to the theme;

1 -what can you tell about alimentary tract?

2 -what anatomical structure have the alimentary tract?

3 -what portions is the alimentary tract composed of?

4 -what comes above (below ) the stomach (small & large intestines, liver, etc .

5 - what are the parts of the mouth?

6 - what is the exact weight of the liver?

7 - what is included in the abdominal cavity?

8 - where is the liver located?

9 -what weight and length have the large intestine?

10 - What structure has the oral cavity?


Методические рекомендации для самостоятельной работы под руководством преподавателя

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

for students self studying under the guidance of the teacher
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”

Form of conducting:

Reading and translating a text, compiling topics, doing lexico- grammatical exercises.


Task on the theme: work on the text.

  1. Read the text 2 times. Translate it and do exercises.

  1. Translate into Russian.

  1. I spent much time on it reading books.

  2. We live in a big flat in a new house.

  3. My brother is a purple.

  4. He is 40 years old.

  5. I studied at the preparatory courses.




  1. Find the sentences with the verbs “to be” “to have” and translated them.

  2. answer the questions:

    1. What is your name?
    2. What is you surname?


    3. How old are you?

    4. Where are you from?

    5. What is your favorite subject?

    6. What kind of books do u prefer?

    7. Do you have a family?

    8. What is your father’s, mother’s name?

    9. What do you do in the evening?

    10. What is your hobby?




  1. to draw a topic “About my family”


Work on grammar

“To be” and “to have”

1. Fill in the blanks with a verb “to be”


    1. How old…. You?

    2. Where… you?

    3. What…your address?

    4. Who… you?



  1. Insert the proper form of the verb “to be”

The affirmative form

a) Now I… a student of KazNMU.

b) Last year I… a pupil.

c) In a future I…a doctor.


The Interrogative form.

a)….are you a teacher of KazNMU?

b)….they in Almaty last year/

c)….she become a doctor next year?

The negative form


    1. I… an engineer.

    2. He…in England last month.

    3. You... be a doctor.




  1. complete these sentences with possessive pronouns

    1. This coat is (I)…?

    2. Are these shoes (you)….?

    3. This house is (they)…?

    4. Are these seats (we)..?

    5. These books aren’t (she)…?

    6. This pen is (he)…?

    7. This car isn’t (my)…?

    8. This coffee isn’t (you)..?

Hand-out:



Literature: a text» About myself”

Murphy “Grammar in use”



Control: questions, tasks on basic lexico-grammatical themes.

Work – out (part I)

for students self- studying under the guidance of a teacher


Theme: “My flat”

Grammar: Plural forms of nouns

Construction “There is”, “There are”.

Aim: Encourage students to work individually, develop self- studying and self-controlling


  1. Retelling

Retell the text


  1. Solving situational tasks

Make a scheme of your own flat and speak on it


  1. Tasks on the theme:

Retell, make a scheme of your own flat
IV. Literature: Maslova. Essential English for Medical students

Text “My flat”


V. Control task

1. Finish the sentence according to the text

1. In the middle of the room …

2. A small round table …

3. In this room …

4. The third room …

5. A small table with …

6. I think …

7. Our house is …


Work – out (part II)
For students self- studying under the guidance of a teacher
Theme: “My flat”

Grammar: Plural forms of nouns

Construction “There is”, “There are”.

Aim: Consolidate grammar material


  1. Control of phonetic

Change the rood vowel to make the plural form of nouns

Man, women, tooth, food, goose, mouse, louse




  1. Compiling dialogue

Make up a diclogue about your fiat and act out in the class


  1. Tasks on the theme:

Insert the proper constructions “There is” or “There are”

… a bookcase in a room

… some cushions in a sofa

… many newspapers, magazines on the table

At the opposite wall … a piano and stol before it


IV. Literature: Shershneva. Essential English grammar

Murphy. Grammar in USE


V. Control . Test

Choose the correct form of the nouns given below:



  1. Criterion

a) criterions b) criteriones c) criteria

2. wolf


a) wolfs b) wolves c) wolfes

3. formula

a) formulae b) formulas c) formules

4. square

a) squares b) squars c) squaris

5. radius

a) radiuss b) radii c) radiuses

Work – out (part II)
For students self- studying under the guidance of a teacher
Theme: “My flat”

Grammar: Plural forms of nouns

Construction “There is”, “There are”.

Aim: Consolidate grammar material
I. Lexico- grammatical exercises:


  1. Find Russian equivalents to the given words in the text:

Dinner table, several sections, father is used to have rest, pink lamp- shade, dressing table with a big mirror, bookcase full of books, it is nice and cosy, not so light, handily arranged




  1. Define parts of speech the following words are formed and translate them:

Square, large, read, third, full, study, gather, proverb, chute, different, low, right, light, handily, fold, against




  1. Make up sentences of your own, using the construction “There is”, “There are” in different tenses


II. Tasks on the theme:


  1. Corrolate the Russian sentence with it’s translation:

“Мой дом – моя крепость”

    1. My flat is my warm

    2. My flat is my castle

    3. My flat is my heart


III. Literature: Text “My flat”

Murphy. Grammar in USE

IV. Control. Task

WORK-OUT 1

1. Theme:

Lexics: ”Almaty –my favourite city”

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

2. Aims:

- to consolidate new words and word-combinations of the text “Almaty …”

- to practice in oral speech (monological and dialogical)

- to teach working on the text

- to consolidate students’ skills on grammar

3. Basic thematic issues: lexics on the topic “Cities”, Cardinal and Ordinal Numerals, Dates, Past Simple Tense, regular and irregular verbs.

4. Translate the following sentences into English:

а) Алматы – мой любимый город.

б) Алматы – южная столица Казахстан.

в) Алматы – расположен у подножья гор Алатау.

г) Он находится выше 4000 метров над уровнем моря.

д) Алматы – это город – сад.
5. Read and write in numbers:

fifteen, seventy-four, sixty- seven, one hundred and thirteen, two hundred and sixty-two, fifty-five, twelve, eighty-six


6. Translate into English:

Первый студент, тринадцать врачей, двадцать преподавателей, третий билет, второй экзамен, двести костей, тридцать два позвонка.


7. Name the dates:

30, 12, 1975, 1.05.1980, 22.03.2007, 19.07.1988, 14.12.2000, 5.06.1990


8. Find ten irregular verbs and give their forms

touch, come, rain, do, stop, go, pick, ask, cry, answer, play, take, open, give, turn, build, want, make, see, watch, work, snow, write



9. Home task

1) retelling of the text “Almaty …”

2) do exercises from a work-out

3) to learn new grammar material


10. Literature:

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



WORK-OUT 2

for students’ self-studying under the guidance of a teacher

Theme:

Lexics: ”Almaty –my favourite city”
Grammar: Cardinal and Ordinal Numerals. Dates. Past Simple Tense.

Aims: students are to know:


  • lexics and content of the text

  • the formula of the Past Simple Tense (positive, negative, interrogative sentences), irregular

  • the formation, pronunciation, usage of cardinal and ordinal numerals, dates

Students are able to:


- translate the sentences from English into Russian (Kazakh) and VS using new lexics

  • retell the text “Almaty …”

  • to make up a dialogue about Almaty


Tasks on the theme:

1. Answer the questions on the text:

a) Is Almaty the northern capital of Kazakhstan?

b) It is one of the most beautiful cities of the world, isn’t it?

c) Where is it situated?

d) What is the height of snowy peaks?

e) Why Almaty is a city-garden?

f) What are the places of interest in Almaty?

g) What was the former name of Almaty?

h) Is Almaty a city of nice hospitable people?

i) Why do many people like Almaty? What about you?
2. Put questions to the following sentences

a) Almaty is the southern capital of Kazakhstan.

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

c) There are many places of interest in Almaty.

d) Almaty has a long history.

e) The town was founded in 1853.

f) Almaty is a city of nice hospitable people.

g) Almaty is the city with great future.


3. Compiling dialogues about Almaty using new lexics.

4. Put the verbs in the sentences in the negative and interrogative forms, translate them.

a) My friend entered the Institute two years ago.

b) He takes his entrance examinations.

c) She will become a student next year.

d) They joined a scientific society last week.

e) My friend gets an increased stipend.

f) They work as teachers.

g) His brother cares for medicine.

5. Put questions to the following answers

a) Yes, he got an excellent mark in English.

b) Yes, they passed their examination.

c) No, he didn’t study at the University.


6. Literature:

1) Essential English for Medical students, Maslova A.M.

2) Language laboratory exercises for medical students, Maslova A.M.

3) New Headway (Intermediate) by Liz and John Soars, Oxford


7. Control:

- to learn the table of the irregular verbs

- to learn the grammar material

- to make up 7-8 sentences in Past Simple (affirmative, negative, interrogative)

- to compile the dialogues about Almaty using some additional material

Work-out

for students’ self-studying under the guidance of a teacher.
Theme: English speaking country

Lexics: Great Britain

Grammar: 1. Demonstrative pronouns: this, these, that, those

2. Prepositions



Aim: to consolidate new lexical and grammar materials; to strengthen their knowledge on a given theme
Form of conducting:

The 1st Hour


  1. Read the following words correctly, pay attention to the pronunciation.

Surface, influence, famous, government, Queen, Ireland, isle, northern, southern, western, eastern, mountainous, chief, chamber
2. Translate the following words and define their suffixes.

  1. mountainous, Northern, Western, industrial, cultural, educational, intellectual, political

  2. (is) situated, (is) called, (are) considered, (is) ruled, elected

  3. Producer, exporter


3. Match the words with their translations


1. surface

2. plain


3. Influence

4. shipbuilding

5. famous

6. Queen


7. government

8. consists of


a. судостроение

  1. королева

  2. изветный

  3. равнина

  4. поверхность

  5. правительство

  6. влияние

  7. состоять из

  1. Choose the proper word for the definition:

    1. Outside or outward appearance of something.

  1. vast plain b. influence c. chief d. surface e. chamber

2. Hall used for meeting of an assembly

    1. vast plain b. influence c. chief d. surface e. chamber


The 2nd Hour


  1. Find some information about the geographical situation from the text (‘Great Britain’)




  1. Find where it shows its political structure.




  1. Tell if it’s true or false:

  1. England, Wales and Scotland occupy the territory of Northern Ireland.

  2. Northern Ireland is situated in the territory of Great Britain.

  3. GB and NI are the parts of Ireland.

  4. England, Wales and Scotland are the parts of GB.

  5. Answer the following questions:

1) How many parts does the UK of GB and NI consist of?

2) How would you describe its land?

3) What’s it s climate like?

4) What does the country export and produce?

5) What is considered to be the intellectual centres of Europe?

6) Who is the head of the State?

7) How many chambers does the British Parliament consist of? What are they?

8) What kind of political parties does it have?



  1. Read and translate the following text.


London

London lies on the river Thames. It has a population of over 6million people. London is famous for its historic buildings St. Paul’s Cathedral, the Houses of Parliament, where you can see and hear the famous clock, Big Ben. It’s also famous for its parks. There are five in the city centre. Children’s favorite place is Hamleys, which is the biggest toyshop in the world.

London has problems with traffic and population. Over one million people a day use the London underground, but there are still too many cars.


  1. Making dialogue: Student A: Imagine you have been to London on your holidays. Tell to your partner about London life. Student B: Make up some questions according to the text and it from your partner. You may ask the following: How many people live there? What is it famous for? Problems ithas.



The 3rd Hour

1. Choose the right variant of the following:

    1. England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland: ______ are the four parts of the United Kingdom.

a. that b. these c. those d. this

2. The UK is a monarchy and the Queen is the head of ______ Kingdom.

a. that b. these c. those d. this


  1. Find the sentences containing incorrect information according to the text ‘Great Britain’.

  1. The official name for GB is as following: The united kingdom of Great Britain.

  2. The population of the United Kingdom is more than 56million people.

  3. The river the Severn is not as long as the Thames.

  4. Oxford and Cambridge universities are considered to be the intellectual centers of Europe.

  5. The United Kingdom is ruled by the Queen.


  1. Put the following sentences in the correct order according to the text ‘Great Britain’.

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

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

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

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

  5. The capital of the UK is London.

  6. It is mild the whole year round.

  7. One of the chief industries is shipbuilding.


Tasks on grammar:

1. Fill in the gaps with prepositions.

  1. Take the books ____ the table and put them ____ your bag. 2. Show me this map. Show it ___ me. 3. Go ____ the room ____ the corridor. 4. Take that pencil ____ the box and put it ____ front ___ you. 5. Go ____ the blackboard.


2. Put an appropriate preposition in the gaps below.

    1. Great Britain is one ____ the highly developed countries in the world

a) in b) at c) of d) from e)to

2. In Europe Great Britain is famous ____ its educational centres as Oxford and Cambridge Universities.

a) with b) from c) among d) in e) to
3. a. What is the opposite for the pronoun ‘that’. Give examples.

b. What is the opposite for the pronoun ‘these’. Give examples.

4. Change the following sentences as in the example:

e.g. Give me that vase.

Give that vase to me.

1. Show me that picture. 2. Give her those flowers. 3. Send George that letter. 4. Give the children these ice-creams. 5. Please, bring John that chair. 6. Take her these newspapers. 7. Pass him the salt. 8. Give Mrs. Johns those books.

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



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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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