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СЦЕНАРИИ ОТКРЫТЫХ УРОКОВ И ВНЕКЛАССНЫХ МЕРОПРИЯТИЙ

НА АНГЛИЙСКОМ, НЕМЕЦКОМ И ФРАНЦУЗСКОМ ЯЗЫКАХ

CONTENTS

ВВЕДЕНИЕ……………………………………………………………………………. 3

МЕТОДИЧЕСКОЕ СОПРОВОЖДЕНИЕ К УРОКУ АНГЛИЙСКОГО ЯЗЫКА

«ЗОЛОТОЕ КОЛЬЦО» ЮЖНОГО УРАЛА»……………………………………….. 4


МЕТОДИЧЕСКОЕ СОПРОВОЖДЕНИЕ К УРОКУ АНГЛИЙСКОГО ЯЗЫКА

С ИСПОЛЬЗОВАНИЕМ ИКТ ТЕХНОЛОГИЙ ПО ТЕМЕ «S H O P P I N G»

В 8 КЛАССЕ ……………………………………………………………………….…….. 13
МЕТОДИЧЕСКОЕ СОПРОВОЖДЕНИЕ К УРОКУ АНГЛИЙСКОГО ЯЗЫКА

С ИСПОЛЬЗОВАНИЕМ ИКТ ТЕХНОЛОГИЙ

ПО ТЕМЕ «СПОРТ В НАШЕЙ ЖИЗНИ» В 7 КЛАССЕ ………………………….. 18
МЕТОДИЧЕСКОЕ СОПРОВОЖДЕНИЕ К УРОКУ АНГЛИЙСКОГО ЯЗЫКА

ПО ТЕМЕ «APPEARANCE. CHARACTER» В 10 КЛАССЕ на базе учебника

First Certificate Star издательство Macmillan, Heinemann………………… 24
МЕТОДИЧЕСКОЕ СОПРОВОЖДЕНИЕ К УРОКУ АНГЛИЙСКОГО ЯЗЫКА

с использованием ИКТ ТЕХНОЛОГИЙ ПО ТЕМЕ « мебель.

Описание комнаты. Предлоги места » В 4 КЛАССЕ ………………… 31
СЦЕНАРИЙ ВЕЧЕРА АМЕРИКАНСКОЙ МУЗЫКИ……………………………… 34
THE CHRISTMAS EVE (The play is for pupils of the third form)…………………… 38
СЦЕНАРИЙ МЕРОПРИЯТИЯ КО ДНЮ ЕВРОПЕЙСКИХ ЯЗЫКОВ

ДЛЯ 5-6 КЛАССОВ ……………………………………………………………………… 41

МЕТОДИЧЕСКОЕ СОПРОВОЖДЕНИЕ К УРОКУ ФРАНЦУЗСКОГО ЯЗЫКА


с использованием ИКТ ТЕХНОЛОГИЙ ПО ТЕМЕ

«
Les parcs nationaux de la France» В 11 КЛАССЕ …………………………………… 44
ВНЕКЛАССНОЕ МЕРОПРИЯТИЕ

«ПРАЗДНИК ФРАНЦУЗСКОГО АЛФАВИТА»……………………………………. 46


МЕТОДИЧЕСКОЕ СОПРОВОЖДЕНИЕ К УРОКУ НЕМЕЦКОГО ЯЗЫКА

с использованием ИКТ ТЕХНОЛОГИЙ ПО ТЕМЕ

«
МОДА В НАШЕЙ ЖИЗНИ» В 10 КЛАССЕ ………………………………………… 50
СОСТАВИТЕЛИ…………………………………………………………………………. 52

ВВЕДЕНИЕ

Урок иностранного языка значительно отличается от прочих уроков. Это объясняется прежде всего спецификой самого учебного предмета «Иностранный язык», основной целью которого является формирование коммуникативной компетенции. Основные черты и ключевые отличительные характеристики урока иностранного языка:

1. На уроке иностранного языка формируются и развиваются речевые, коммуникативные навыки и компетенции, а на других уроках при традиционном подходе происходит передача предметных знаний.

2. На уроке иностранного языка должна быть одна главная цель. Она обеспечивает логику урока, превращает его в цельное, отлаженное действие. Реализации этой цели отводится основное время урока — до 30 минут. Другие задачи урока подчинены главной цели.

3. Соответствие заданий поставленной цели, что предполагает их потенциальную способность служить эффективным средством решения задач урока для достижения главной цели.

4. Строгая последовательность выполняемых упражнений обеспечивает формирование навыков и умений.

5. Комплексность урока иностранного языка, которая проявляется в организации языкового и речевого материала для представления через различные каналы восприятия и функционирования во всех видах речевой деятельности.

6. Создание на уроке иностранного языка особой атмосферы общения, которая достигается посредством речевого контакта учителя и учащихся, учащихся между собой; создание непринуждённой обстановки. Речь учителя при этом должна быть образцовой, доступной для понимания.

7. Индивидуализация процесса обучения — когда учитель знает, кому, когда и зачем он нужен, чтобы обеспечить условия для достижения учебного успеха каждому ученику, и имеет достаточное ресурсное обеспечение, чтобы это сделать.

8. Контроль освоенного материала на уроке иностранного языка, рефлексия результатов урока, в том числе применённых способов деятельности, оценка проведённого урока и постановка целей на будущее.

ПРОСВЕЩЕНИЕ • ИНОСТРАННЫЕ ЯЗЫКИ • журнал для учителя


http://iyazyki.ru/wp-content/themes/greenrelax/pdfs/PROSVEWENIE_INYAZ_vyp2.pdf
В данном пособии собраны материалы открытых уроков и сценарии внеклассных мероприятий по английскому, немецкому и французскому языках учителей МБОУ «Гимназия №127» г.Снежинска. Эти материалы могут быть использованы как образец для начинающих учителей иностранного языка для определения цели и задач и составления плана урока. Уроки содержат много дополнительного материала, разработанных упражнений, которыми можно воспользоваться на своих уроках иностранного языка.

Как известно, внеклассная работа способствует творческому развитию школьников. Она помогает овладевать языком, развивает интерес к учёбе, формирует речевые навыки и умения. В нашей школе уделяется большое внимание внеклассной деятельности по иностранным языкам как в начальной, так и в старшей. Это - вечера, конкурсы, олимпиады, викторины, тематические газеты, проекты, дни иностранных языков. Особый интерес проявляют школьники к спектаклям. Необычная атмосфера, возможность проявить свои таланты помогают детям преодолеть стеснительность, снять языковый барьер




МЕТОДИЧЕСКОЕ СОПРОВОЖДЕНИЕ К УРОКУ АНГЛИЙСКОГО ЯЗЫКА

«ЗОЛОТОЕ КОЛЬЦО » ЮЖНОГО УРАЛА»
Алексеева Елена Михайловна,

учитель английского языка высшей категории,

победитель конкурса «Киберучитель 2008»,

проводимого среди преподавателей английского языка школ, лицеев, гимназий и вузов,

призер конкурса «Учитель года 2009», победительница в номинации «Лучший урок», победитель конкурса лучших учителей Челябинской области в рамках приоритетного национального проекта «Образование», 2011 г.,

МБОУ «Гимназия № 127»,

г. Снежинск


План - конспект урока:

Цели урока:

1. Дальнейшее развитие иноязычной коммуникативной компетенции:



  • функциональное использование языка как средства общения в диалогической, монологической и письменной речи;

  • умение понимать аутентичные тексты; передавать информацию в связных аргументированных высказываниях;

  • расширение объема знаний о достопримечательностях родного края;

  • совершенствования употребления в речи изученных грамматических структур.

2. Развитие и воспитание активной жизненной позиции гражданина и патриота, а также субъекта межкультурного взаимодействия.

3. Привитие норм вежливого общения.

4. Дальнейшее развитие навыков аудирования с целью понимания речи на английском языке в наиболее типичных ситуациях повседневного общения.

5. Расширение объема знаний об условном наклонении.

6. Активизация познавательной деятельности.
Задачи урока:

1. Совершенствовать умение вести диалог-беседу с соблюдением норм речевого этикета.

2. Научить школьников рассказывать о достопримечательность родного края.

3. Формировать навыки использования условного наклонения в речи.

4. Совершенствовать навыки выполнения заданий формата ЕГЭ:


  • словообразование;

  • сочинение с выражением собственного мнения (opinion essay).


Форма реализации:

  • презентация учителя, включающая в себя упражнения и ответы к ним;

  • подготовленные высказывания учащихся (домашнее задание);

  • аудио-видеофрагменты, стимулирующие неподготовленное высказывание;

  • раздаточный материал для каждого учащегося.


Ход урока:

(смена слайдов происходит по нажатию левой кнопки мыши)


Slide 1.

I. Lead-in. (2-3 min)

Teacher: We have been speaking about interesting people and places of foreign countries for some time already and I think it’s time for us to decide if our region can be attractive for tourists.

Slide 2. (film)

Teacher: Do you think the author of the song loves his native land?

What emotions do you experience when you see the beauties of your region?

(pupils’ answers)

II. Practising pronunciation skills. (1-2 min)

Slide 3. ( при переходе на этот слайд звучит песня, затем появляется текст)

Teacher: Do you think the author of the song loves his native land?

Now to practise your pronunciation read the words of the song you have just heard line by line.


As I was walking that ribbon of highway

I saw above me that endless skyway,

I saw below me that golden valley,

This land was made for you and me.
(by Woodrow Wilson "Woody" Guthrie (July 14, 1912 – October 3, 1967) best known as an American singer-songwriter and folk musician)



Teacher: Could you say the same words about your land?

Would you suggest going sightseeing around your region?


III. Listening and speaking. (2-3 min)

Slide 4. (слайд появляется по нажатию кнопки мыши, стоит фоновый рисунок)

Teacher: Before speaking about the sights of your region learn how to explain where you are from in a proper way.

Listen to how some people do it. (аудиотекст запускается по нажатию левой кнопки мыши)


Tapescript:

Interviewer: When someone asks where you are from, do you say your town or your village or your region or your country?

Valentina: I say Italy and then I say Sicily and then I say Sciacca and then I start explaining where Sciacca is. Once someone asked me and I said Sicily and then they asked me if Sicily was in Europe! So now I always say Italy.
Interviewer: When someone asks where you’re from, do you say your village or town, your region or your country?

Henryk: People say their hometown first, and if it’s a village or a small town then they sometimes say the region to indicate where it is situated.


Interviewer: When someone asks where you’re from, do you say your village or town, your region or your country?

Ashura: It depends where I am, if I were in my country I would tell them my region. And when I am in someone else’s country I would tell them which country I come from.



Teacher: And if someone asks you where you are from, what will you say?

(pupils’ answers)



Slide 5.

IV. Brainstorming. (1-2 min)

Teacher: To decide if our region can be attractive for sightseers let’s remember what the word ‘sights’ means in English and in Russian.
Slide 6.

Teacher: If a visitor from a foreign country asked you about the sights in your region what would you suggest seeing? (pupils’ answers)
V. Reading. (7-8 min)

Slide 7.

Teacher: To explain why these places are worth seeing, let’s do some exercises.

Read the following text and choose the most appropriate heading for it. Support your choice with some arguments.

The History of the Region is Reflected in Its Lakes.

The Ural Lakes are the Most Beautiful in the World.

The Natural Sights of the Chelyabinsk Region.
Although the Russians were accustomed to live on the plain, they settled in the Urals after the defeat of the Kazan and Siberian Khanates, and the Urals became part and parcel of Russia. The population was multinational from the very start.

Since early times the Bashkirs, the Tatars and the Kazakhs have been living on the territory of the Chelyabinsk region. The Russians penetrated into the Urals at the end of the 13th century. But you can still find the aboriginal names of many villages, and lakes.

Lake Itkul (Sacred Lake in Bashkir) is situated in the North of the Chelyabinsk region not far from the town of Snezhinsk. It’s a real example of a mountainous lake. It is famous for its rock island which from the distance reminds a herd of cows drinking water. One more attraction of the lake is Shaitan Rock – a lonely stone sticking out of the water rather far from the shore. Translated from the Bashkir language Shaitan means evil spirit. The shores near the Shaitan Rock contain several small caves and are noted for their beauty. There is a legend that The Shaitan Rock could help influence the weather.

But the lake attracts visitors not only because of its natural beauty. The Bashkirs have been living on the shores of the lake for more than 300 years. But archeologists claim that people settled in that place as early as 7000 years ago. Scientists offer a hypothesis that there was a tribe called ‘itcultsy’. They are supposed to have appeared 2700 years ago and disappeared 400 years later. They are thought to have been blacksmiths and metallurgists.

While Lake Itkul has a historical significance Lake Arakul is famous for its marvelous beauty. Its main sight is Rock Shikhan. On its surface one can find unusual bowls, which sometimes remind small basins on the top of a rock. Its steep rocky walls are often used by rock climbers as a unique place for competitions.

In 1969 Lake Arakul was declared a natural reserve.

Both Arakul and Itkul are popular among holidaymakers. You can see tourists from foreign countries here rather often. The popularity of these places is caused by their unique beauty and easy access.

Teacher: 1. Look at the pictures and say what they illustrate. You may look through the text again.

2. Have you ever been there?

3. Would you like to go there some day?

4. What makes these places special?


VI. Lexical work. (3-4 min)

Slide 8.

Teacher: The next point of our journey is the town of Kasli, which has become the symbol of artistic iron casting.

Slide 9.

(раздаточный материал)



Teacher: Let’s do the following exercise to learn more about this wonderful craft.
The South Ural town of Kasli is famous for its original masters of artistic iron casting.

Genuine masterpieces reflect two-and-a half-century history of the plant (1.produce) – (1.producing) them. Gifted Russian (2. sculpture)-(2.sculptors) Kanayev, Torokin and the (3.skill)-(3.skillful) local workers more than once were marked with the (4.high)-(4.highest) rewards at the all-Russian and International Exhibitions. In 1860 the Kasli works was awarded the small gold medal of the Independent Economic Society. Seven years passed and the glory of the Kasli masters became (5.world)-(5.worldwide): large (6.exhibit)-(6.exhibitions) in Paris, Vienna, Philadelhpia, Copenhagen, Stockholm…Since then the Kasli plant has been considered an (7.common)-(7.uncommon) enterprise keeping its (8.glory)-(8.glorious) traditions. Kasli is a treasure-house of (9.art)-(9. artistic) handiwork, a gallery of wonderful Russian masters who gave (10.they)- (10.their) talents for the good of Russia and its people.


Slide 9. (для проверки – по нажатию мыши)
Slide 10.

VII. Teacher’s story. (2 min)

Teacher: At the end of the 19th century the Kasli masters cast the iron pavilion-palace for the 1900 world Exhibition held in Paris. The project was made by E.E. Baumgarten. The pavilion was awarded Grand Prix. Since then N.A. Laveretsky’s sculpture “Russia” beautifying the pavilion entrance has become a living picture of the national pride. Now the pavilion, reconstructed in the middle of the 20th century, can be seen in the Museum of Fine Arts in Yekaterinburg.
Slide 11.

Teacher: If you’ve got interested in the art of iron casting you can visit the museum in the town of Kasli. In the streets of the town you can also see the remarkable examples of this art.

Slide 12.

Teacher: Today craftsman cast gratings,

Slide 13.

iron utensils,



Slide 14.

furniture



Slide 15.

and souvenirs. This production brought Kasli its fame in Russia as well as throughout the world.



VIII. Speaking. (HW check up) (2-3 min)

Slide 16.

Teacher: But there is one more special place for us to speak about. It’s our native town, of course. I asked you to think and say why it is really special.

(suggested answers)


P1: Everyone knows the city of Chelyabinsk. But several years ago there were only a few people aware of Chelyabinsk-70. Now it is called Snezhinsk. It is a secret nuclear federal centre. Such places appeared after the World War II, when the cold war started between the USSR and Western countries. The oldest secret cities have existed for more than 50 years, but earlier they were thoroughly hidden. They had no names, only codes. After their legalization people learned their names.


P2: As well as other secret cities, Snezhinsk was created for implementing important governmental programmes connected with national security. Snezhink’s main enterprise the Research Institute of Nuclear Physics is known in Russia and abroad. It has made an enormous contribution ensuring the defense of our Motherland. The history of the Russian Federal Nuclear Centre has been for the last 50 years the history of exceptional service in the national interest.

P3: Though not everybody can visit my native town, anybody can admire its surroundings. Snezhinsk is surrounded by remarkable nature. The Sinara Lake, the Itkul, the Arakul are the places which attract visitors as they offer opportunities for recreation and sightseeing all the year round. The forests surrounding the town are full of berries and mushrooms. They are ecologically clean and do people’s health a lot of good.

P4: I am sure that Snezhinsk itself can be named a monument to Russian science. The glory and pride of the Institute are 51 Lenin Prize laureates, 178 State Prize laureates, 2 academicians of the Russian Academy of Sciences. The scientific potential of the specialists is highly appreciated all over the world.

IX. Grammar Revision. (Conditionals) (2-3 min)

Slide 17.

Teacher: Though Snezhinsk is undoubtedly a special town, there are still some facts to regret about. Express regret about the following facts, using the word given. Don’t change the word given.

(раздаточный материал)

1. I live in a small town. (bigger) If only ….

2. I can’t go sightseeing very often. (more) If only…

3. I can’t invite foreign guests to my native town as it is a secret one. (not) If only …

4. The town was built far from the cultural centres. (closer) If only…

5. Not long ago there was only one Polytechnic Institute in my town. (another) If only …

6. The government didn’t invest money in the development of transport in my town. (been) If only …


Slide 17. (для проверки – по нажатию мыши)
IX. Pair work. (5-6 min)

Slide 18.

Teacher: Imagine that a visitor to your native town asks you about the places to see around it. Act out a conversation. Play the roles of a guide and a tourist.

Remember to use the conversational formulas.

Excuse me…

I wonder if you could help me.

Why not try…

Well, one of the most popular attractions…

Well, that sounds interesting.

Well, let me see…

Great…

Thank you.



You’ve been very helpful.

You’re welcome.



Teacher: Complete the function file.

(раздаточный материал)


(suggested answer)

Tourist: Excuse me. I wonder if you could help me.

Guide: Of, course. What would you like to know?

Tourist: Well, it’s my first visit to the area and I was wondering what the main attractions are. I’m leaving in two days, so what would you recommend I see in the time I’ve got?

Guide: Well, one of the most popular attractions is Lake Arakul. It is famous for its marvelous beauty. Its main sight is Rock Shikhan. On its surface one can find unusual bowls, which sometimes remind small basins on the top of a rock. Its steep rocky walls are often used by rock climbers as a unique place for competitions. In 1969 Lake Arakul was declared a natural reserve.

Tourist: Well, sounds interesting. How long would it take?

Guide: It would probably take you about half an hour by bus and then you will have to walk and then climb the rock to enjoy the beauty of the surroundings.


Tourist: Hmm. I don’t feel like walking long distances, to say nothing of climbing. I was hoping to do something not so extraordinary as climbing a rock.

Guide: Then why not try the museum of artistic iron casting? They have a very good collection. It is situated in Kasli and there is a bus every hour.

Tourist: It’s such a beautiful day. I think I’d prefer to do something in the open year. Do you have any other suggestions?

Guide: Umm…let me see…you might like Lake Itkul. It is famous for its rock island which from the distance reminds a herd of cows drinking water. One more attraction of the lake is Shaitan Rock – a lonely stone sticking out of the water rather far from the shore.

Tourist: Thank you. Yes, it’s quite near, isn’t it? How much does the excursion cost?

Guide: It will take you 10-15 minutes to get there by taxi. There is no guided tour there, so it will be free.

Tourist: Great. Thanks a lot for your help.

Guide: You’re welcome. I hope you’ll enjoy it.
X. Writing. (ex4 c) p 31) (7-8 min)

Slide 19.

Teacher: Imagine you are going to set up your own tourist agency. There are some points to consider beforehand. Write at least 3 sentences to cover each point.
(If the pupils lack ideas slide 20 will be helpful.)

Slide 20

1. The features which make your region attractive for tourists.

(suggested answer) The region is interesting from the historic point of view. (ancient settlements on the shores of lake Itkul). The region is interesting from the cultural point of view. In the museum of Kasli you can learn about artistic iron casting – a unique craft, which is the treasure of Russian culture and art and a bright example of world artistic heritage. Lake Arakul with its famous Rock Shikhan is one of the main natural sights attractive for nature lovers and tourists. A monument to Russian science Snezhinsk is an important scientific centre.


2. The facilities needed to make the place a tourist destination.

(suggested answer) Some camping-sites and hotels should be built. Special routs for tourists should be developed. Professional guides should be hired. Some money should invested in advertising.



3. The problems caused by tourism development that should be taken into account.

(suggested answer) A lot of tourists in the region can cause the pollution of the environment. Wildlife can be damaged. The number of tourists may be more than we can serve.


XI. Homework. (1 min)

Slide 21.
Teacher: We have travelled around the “Golden Ring” of our region and pointed out 4 main sights to prove that the South Urals can have a great tourist attraction.

Then for homework write an essay: “What’s the point in travelling abroad? I have everything I need here at home. …”

Do you agree with these words?

Express your opinion in 200-250 words.

Begin the essay like this:

“Some people appreciate sightseeing abroad, while others enjoy the sights of their home region.”


Use the plan:

1. Introduction (state the topic).

2. Express your opinion and give reasons for it.

3. Give other people’s opinion and their reasons. Explain why they are wrong.

4. Conclusion. (restate your opinion using different words).
(suggested answer)
Some people appreciate sightseeing abroad, while others enjoy the sights of their home region. In my opinion, sightseeing around home can be enjoyable and educative.

The way I see it, the main purpose of sightseeing is to get knowledge. I believe, that every corner of your home region has a tale to tell. What is more, these sights are easy to access. Sometimes they are within a walking distance. Moreover, sightseeing around your native place makes it possible to avoid crowds of people who very often prevent you from enjoying the sights. Last but not least, sightseeing around home is quite cheap. You don’t have to think about accommodation, not to mention the fact that you can manage without a guide.


Some people argue that travelling abroad makes you look differently at your country when you get back. But how can one understand other people’s culture without learning about his own one? They claim that sightseeing abroad combines rest and learning. However, traffic jams which are common in popular tourist spots can ruin any holiday. Besides, there is always a language problem. Adventurous sightseers believe that abroad provides more impressions. But in my view, you may miss the main idea when you are full of emotions.

As was previously stated, I have everything I need at home. To support my view I’d like to quote an Irish novelist George Moore “A man travels the world over in search of what he needs and returns home to find it.”
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COMPLETE THE FUNCTION FILE
I. Complete the sentences by changing the form of the word in capitals.

The South Ural town of Kasli is famous for its original masters of artistic iron casting.


Genuine masterpieces reflect two-and-a half-century history of the plant (1.PRODUCE) – (1.producing) them. Gifted Russian (2.SCULPTURE)-(2.sculptors) Kanayev, Torokin and the (3.SKILL -(3.skilful) local workers more than once were marked with the (4.HIGH)-(4.highest) rewards at the all-Russian and International Exhibitions. In 1860 the Kasli works was awarded the small gold medal of the Independent Economic Society. Seven years passed and the glory of the Kasli masters became (5.WORLD)-(5.worldwide): large (6.EXHIBIT)-(6.exhibitions) in Paris, Vienna, Philadelhpia, Copenhagen, Stockholm…Since then the Kasli plant has been considered an (7.COMMON)-(7.uncommon) enterprise keeping its (8.GLORY)-(8.glorious) traditions. Kasli is a treasure-house of (9.ART) -(9. artistic) handiwork, a gallery of wonderful Russian masters who gave (10.THEY)- (10.their) talents for the good of Russia and its people.

II. Make the dialogue complete.

Tourist: I wonder………..

Guide: Of, course. What would you like to know?

Tourist: Well, it’s my first visit to the area and I was wondering ………. are. I’m leaving in two days, so what would you recommend I see in the time I’ve got?

Guide: Well, one ……….is……….. It is famous for its……….. Its main sight……….. On its surface one can find unusual bowls, which sometimes remind……….. Its steep rocky walls are often used by……….. In 1969 ……….was declared a natural reserve.

Tourist: Well,……….. How long would it take?

Guide: It would probably take you about half an hour by bus and then you will have to walk and then climb the rock to enjoy the beauty of the surroundings.

Tourist: Hmm. I don’t feel like………, to say nothing of climbing. I was hoping to do something not so extraordinary as climbing a rock.

Guide: Then ………. the museum of……….? They have a very good collection. It is situated in Kasli and there is a bus every hour.

Tourist: It’s such a beautiful day. I think I’d prefer to do something in the open year. Do you have any other suggestions?

Guide: Umm…………. …you might like Lake ………It is famous for its rock island which from the distance reminds……….. One more attraction of the lake is……….– a lonely ………sticking out of the water rather far from the shore.

Tourist: ……….. Yes, it’s quite near, isn’t it? How much does the excursion cost?

Guide: It will take you 10-15 minutes to get there by taxi. There is no guided tour there, so it will be free.

Tourist: Great………...

Guide: .….. I hope you’ll enjoy it.


МАТЕРИАЛЫ УРОКА
1. Текст для чтения.

2. Лексическое упражнение на словообразование. (формат ЕГЭ)

3. Информация о павильоне (каслинское литье).

4. Текст для монологического высказывания «Снежинск».

5. Образец эссе с выражением собственного мнения. (opinion essay) (формат ЕГЭ)
I. Read the following text and choose the most appropriate heading for it.
The History of the Region is Reflected in Its Lakes.

The Ural Lakes are the Most Beautiful in the World.

The Natural Sights of the Chelyabinsk Region.

Although the Russians were accustomed to live on the plain, they settled in the Urals after the defeat of the Kazan and Siberian Khanates, and the Urals became part and parcel of Russia. The population was multinational from the very start.

Since early times the Bashkirs, the Tatars and the Kazakhs have been living on the territory of the Chelyabinsk region. The Russians penetrated into the Urals at the end of the 13th century. But you can still find the aboriginal names of many villages, and lakes.

Lake Itkul (Sacred Lake in Bashkir) is situated in the North of the Chelyabinsk region not far from the town of Snezhinsk. It’s a real example of a mountainous lake. It is famous for its rock island which from the distance reminds a herd of cows drinking water. One more attraction of the lake is Shaitan Rock – a lonely stone sticking out of the water rather far from the shore. Translated from the Bashkir language Shaitan means evil spirit. The shores near the Shaitan Rock contain several small caves and are noted for their beauty. There is a legend that The Shaitan Rock could help influence the weather.

But the lake attracts visitors not only because of its natural beauty. The Bashkirs have been living on the shores of the lake for more than 300 years. But archeologists claim that people settled in that place as early as 7000 years ago. Scientists offer a hypothesis that there was a tribe called ‘itcultsy’. They are supposed to have appeared 2700 years ago and disappeared 400 years later. They are thought to have been blacksmiths and metallurgists.

While Lake Itkul has a historical significance Lake Arakul is famous for its marvelous beauty. Its main sight is Rock Shikhan. On its surface one can find unusual bowls, which sometimes remind small basins on the top of a rock. Its steep rocky walls are often used by rock climbers as a unique place for competitions.

In 1969 Lake Arakul was declared a natural reserve.

Both Arakul and Itkul are popular among holidaymakers. You can see tourists from foreign countries here rather often. The popularity of these places is caused by their unique beauty and easy access.


II. Complete the sentences by changing the form of the word in capitals.

The South Ural town of Kasli is famous for its original masters of artistic iron casting.

Genuine masterpieces reflect two-and-a half-century history of the plant (1.PRODUCE) – (1.producing) them. Gifted Russian (2.SCULPTURE)-(2.sculptors) Kanayev, Torokin and the (3.SKILL -(3.skilful) local workers more than once were marked with the (4.HIGH)-(4.highest) rewards at the all-Russian and International Exhibitions. In 1860 the Kasli works was awarded the small gold medal of the Independent Economic Society. Seven years passed and the glory of the Kasli masters became (5.WORLD)-(5.worldwide): large (6.EXHIBIT)-(6.exhibitions) in Paris, Vienna, Philadelhpia, Copenhagen, Stockholm…Since then the Kasli plant has been considered an (7.COMMON)-(7.uncommon) enterprise keeping its (8.GLORY)-(8.glorious) traditions. Kasli is a treasure-house of (9.ART) -(9. artistic) handiwork, a gallery of wonderful Russian masters who gave (10.THEY)- (10.their) talents for the good of Russia and its people.
III. Teacher’s story.
At the end of the 19th century the Kasli masters cast the iron pavilion-palace for the

1900world Exhibition held in Paris. The project was made by E.E. Baumgarten. The pavilion was awarded Grand Prix. Since then N.A. Laveretsky’s sculpture “Russia” beautifying the pavilion entrance has become a living picture of the national pride. Now the pavilion, reconstructed in the middle of the 20th century, can be seen in the Museum of Fine Arts in Yekaterinburg.

If you’ve got interested in the art of iron casting you can visit the museum in the town of Kasli. Today craftsman cast gratings, iron utensils, furniture and souvenirs. This production brought Kasli its fame in Russia as well as throughout the world.

IV. Snezhinsk.

Everyone knows the city of Chelyabinsk. But several years ago there were only a few people aware of Chelyabinsk-70. Now it is called Snezhinsk. It is a secret nuclear federal centre. Such places appeared after the World War II, when the cold war started between the USSR and Western countries. The oldest secret cities have existed for more than 50 years, but earlier they were thoroughly hidden. They had no names, only codes. After their legalization people learned their names.

As well as other secret cities, Snezhinsk was created for implementing important governmental programmes connected with national security. Snezhink’s main enterprise the Research Institute of Nuclear Physics is known in Russia and abroad. It has made an enormous contribution ensuring the defense of our Motherland. The history of the Russian Federal Nuclear Centre has been for the last 50 years the history of exceptional service in the national interest.

Though not everybody can visit my native town, anybody can admire its surroundings. Snezhinsk is surrounded by remarkable nature. The Sinara Lake, the Itkul, the Arakul are the places which attract visitors as they offer opportunities for recreation and sightseeing all the year round. The forests surrounding the town are full of berries and mushrooms. They are ecologically clean and do people’s health a lot of good.

I am sure that Snezhinsk itself can be named a monument to Russian science. The glory and pride of the Institute are 51 Lenin Prize laureates, 178 State Prize laureates, 2 academicians of the Russian Academy of Sciences. The scientific potential of the specialists is highly appreciated all over the world.

V. Essay. “What’s the point in travelling abroad? I have everything I need here at home. …”

Do you agree with these words?

Express your opinion in 200-250 words.
Use the plan:

1. Introduction (state the topic).

2. Express your opinion and give reasons for it.

3. Give other people’s opinion and their reasons. Explain why they are wrong.

4. Conclusion. (restate your opinion using different words).
Some people appreciate sightseeing abroad, while others enjoy the sights of their home region. In my opinion, sightseeing around home can be enjoyable and educative.

The way I see it, the main purpose of sightseeing is to get knowledge. I believe, that every corner of your home region has a tale to tell. What is more, these sights are easy to access. Sometimes they are within a walking distance. Moreover, sightseeing around your native place makes it possible to avoid crowds of people who very often prevent you from enjoying the sights. Last but not least, sightseeing around home is quite cheap. You don’t have to think about accommodation, not to mention the fact that you can manage without a guide.

Some people argue that travelling abroad makes you look differently at your country when you get back. But how can one understand other people’s culture without learning about his own one? They claim that sightseeing abroad combines rest and learning. However, traffic jams which are common in popular tourist spots can ruin any holiday. Besides, there is always a language problem. Adventurous sightseers believe that abroad provides more impressions. But in my view, you may miss the main idea when you are full of emotions.

As was previously stated, I have everything I need at home. To support my view I’d like to quote an Irish novelist George Moore “A man travels the world over in search of what he needs and returns home to find it.”

МЕТОДИЧЕСКОЕ СОПРОВОЖДЕНИЕ К УРОКУ АНГЛИЙСКОГО ЯЗЫКА


С ИСПОЛЬЗОВАНИЕМ ИКТ ТЕХНОЛОГИЙ

ПО ТЕМЕ «S H O P P I N G» В 8 КЛАССЕ

Борисова Юлия Вадимовна,

учитель английского языка высшей категории,

заместитель директора МБОУ «Гимназия № 127» по УВР,

г. Снежинск
Цель работы над темой:
Дальнейшее развитие иноязычной коммуникативной компетенции:


  • функциональное использование языка как средства общения;

  • умение понимать аутентичные тексты; передавать информацию в связных аргументированных высказывания;

  • овладение новыми лексическими единицами учебника и дополнительным лексическим материалам для развернутого монологического высказывания по теме “Shopping”;

  • расширение объема знаний о социокультурной специфике Великобритании, умений адекватно понимать и интерпретировать лингвокультурные факты, основываясь на сформированных ценностных ориентациях.


Задачи:

  1. Активизировать новую лексику по теме в письменной речи.

  2. Привить нормы вежливого общения.

  3. Увеличить объем продуктивного и рецептивного языкового материала, используемых синонимов, антонимов, оценочной лексики, единиц речевого этикета.

  4. Расширить объема знаний о модальных глаголах и условном наклонении.

Говорение

  1. Совершенствовать умения вести диалог с соблюдением норм речевого этикета, принятых в Великобритании.

  2. Совершенствовать умения выражать и обосновывать свое мнение
  3. Совершенствовать умения публичных выступлений, таких как проектная работа.


Аудирование

Дальнейшее развитие понимания речи носителей изучаемого языка в наиболее типичных ситуациях повседневного общения.



Чтение

  1. Совершенствовать умения выделять необходимые факты, понимать смысл прочитанных заданий.

  2. Увеличить объем продуктивного языкового материала, используемых единиц речевого этикета, обслуживающих ситуацию общения по теме “Shopping”.

  3. Использовать ИКТ технологии для создания положительной мотивации к изучению английского языка.

  4. Совершенствовать навык самоконтроля у учащихся.

Форма реализации

Обобщающий урок по теме, включающий проектную работу с использованием презентаций, подготовленных учащимися.

Основа — презентация учителя, включающая в себя упражнения и ответы к ним.

Задачи урока:


  1. Активизация познавательной деятельности.

  2. Диагностика сформированности навыка понимания речи носителей английского языка.

  3. Контроль речевых умений публичного выступления.

  4. Контроль знаний об условном наклонении в английском языке.

  5. Привитие норм вежливого общения в диалоге с использованием единиц речевого этикета.


ХОД УРОКА


  1. Today we are having a round up lesson on the topic (слайд) “SHOPPING: THE WORLD OF MONEY”. We’ll brush up the the material we’ve done this term and work with function files, where you'll write down your answers and your homework. Now let’s get down to our work.

Read the lines and comment on them. (P1, P2, P3, P4)(слайд)

Nice going


  1. And now read the expressions and decide which of them means cheap.(слайд) Explain your choice.

What is the correct answer? (слайд)


I like that



  1. Answer my questions expressing your opinion. These formulas will help you (слайд):

  • What makes shopping centres convenient and attractive for customers?

  • If you went to a big shopping centre, where would you spend more time on shopping or entertainment?

  • Are shop assistants in you local shops helpful?

  • What makes an ideal shop assistant?

  • And what makes an ideal customer?

  • Are there any special things for tourists to buy in your area?

Thank you for your answers.


  1. Kate and Mary will discuss how popular 'these shops and facilities would be if built in your local area.(слайд)




- Hey, ....! Are you doing anything special?
- You see, a large shopping centre is going to be built in our local area. I would like to talk with you about it.
- Oh, you see, they are going to include a book shop.
- True that. To my mind a computer shop is worth building too, because ..........................................
- As I see it they should do it because ...................

And Mc Donald's may be built too. It's a good idea, isn't it?


- It's not a bad idea. But I don't think it's necessary because the financial crisis is coming and I don't think people will buy expensive things.
- I personally think, that's a great idea. Children don't have enough facilities for entertainment in our town.
- I have nothing against it. Thank you for a pleasant conversation.

- Actually nothing special. And what's the matter?

- With great pleasure. And what shops and facilities are they thinking of having?

- Really? I think a book shop ..................................

- That's quite right. And will they include a chemist's department?

- You can't be serious. .............................................

And what about a jeweller's department?

- You may be right. And an entertainment area will really be good. You see, ..........................................

- So, I can say, that fast food department and the jeweller's aren't worth building at all.

- Bye. See you later.

T-Ps Thank you. What two shops shouldn't be built in the girls' opinion?





  1. Listening isn’t easy but it’s very important.

Listen to the story and choose the correct answers. P1 read the possible ones, please.

The first listening. (слайд)


What are your answers? Let's see if they are correct.


  1. Now you'll listen to the story again and complete the function file Task №1 Listening.. Pupils from the first variant follow the part of the shop assistant, the others – of the customer.

The second listening.
Check your answers.(слайд) Ps читают по предложению,T высвечивает по 1 ответу

You’re doing fine


  1. Let's brush up our lexical skills. Say after me (слайд)

Check if you've inserted the correct word into the sentence in your function file. Task № 2 Lexical work
1.I’ll just pop down to the __________and see if they’ve got any bread.

2.If you spend over a certain amount, then we can offer you a ________ of 5%.

3.If you don’t have your _______, how do we know you bought it here?

4.The chewing gum is on the _______ by the till.

5.You’ll find the toiletries in the next_____, next to the baby food.

6.These shoes were a _______. I only paid ten euros for them.

7.I haven’t got any money this week, but we could go ______________ if you like.

8.Excuse me, but did you know that this cheese you’re selling has a ____________ of five days ago on it?

9.I like to buy something from the ____________, even if I don’t need it.

10. We would like to inform all our customers that most of our fruit and vegetables are ________ all this week.

Let's check your answers. (слайд) Ps читают по предложению,T высвечивает по 1 ответу


Good work



  1. New Year is coming. We hope that all our dreams will come true. How do you express your wishes and suppositions in English?

Task № 3 Grammar work. Ps читают по предложению,T высвечивает по 1 ответу


  1. Money is a serious thing, isn't it? Let's see if it's so.(слайд)

Can you remember any quotation which supports this idea?

(There is more to life than money.

Life must have meaning.)

Splendid


  1. Morning exercise.

Make a lock. Move forward and look at your hands. Move up. Bend to the window, bend to the wall. Shake your hands. Don't move your head. Look at me, up, down. Close your eyes. Don't sleep. Wake up.


  1. Let's continue working. X-mas is coming. (слайд). T's story

People visit a lot of shops. (видео) What kinds of shops do they have in GB? We'll learn about it when we do the exercise. (слайд). Read the meaning from your blue card and find the name in the list on the b/b. Make notes in your function files.(слайд) Ps читают по предложению,T высвечивает по 1 ответу . What kinds of shops have we got in Snezhinsk?


  1. Are you ready to show the shops you've taken pictures of?


PROJECT WORK

Shops in Our Town

It’s a corner shop (a department store, large or small supermarket).

It sells more specialized goods which supermarkets do not stock. (It stocks a lot of goods).

The shop windows are decorated with ...

There are the following departments in it: … department where … are offered (you can buy …/ … is sold).

The goods are cheap/not very cheap/expensive here. And I think the profitability of this shop is high/low.

This shop has sales every season/ doesn't have sales.

They offer discounts/don't offer discounts.

It’s such a pleasure to teach you work like that!


  1. Your homework will be:

  1. Plan the best route for your weekend shopping in Snezhinsk. Say where to go and what to buy there.

I'd like to go to ... to buy ...

Then I'll call in ... for...

I'd like to finish shopping at the ... and buy ...


  1. To make the shopping story complete form a word that fits in the space. (do the card in written form)

Ex.1 Use the word given in capitals at the end of each line to form a word that fits in the space.

Some days ago I made an EXPECT... purchase for me. We went SHOP ... for food. On the way home we were DISCUSS ... the problem if I must have a new dress for my BIRTH ... party. I wish I should have one. We decided to go to the CENTRE department store.

A ASSISTANT showed us a number of dresses but I didn't like them. I was greatly APPOINT ... and was about to leave when the girl said they were receiving new FASHION ... clothes. The department was OPEN ... in five minutes and I tried two dresses. The last was right. It fitted me PERFECT ... well and I bought it.


  1. Solve the problem. AB ex.28 p.45

Put down your marks.

Sign and hand in your function files.


  1. We live in consumer society. You’ve found out what kind of shopper you are. Would you like to know how good you are with money? Fill in this questionnaire [kweste'neэ] and you'll see it. .(слайд)


Печатные упражнения к уроку

Customer

Can I ____________ it, please?

It’s ___ expensive. And it’s not big______ to send text messages.

What ____________ are there?

Have you got any ______________ on these phones?

Have you got that model________?

Does it __________ a guarantee?

OK, I’ll take it. Do you do any discounts ________?


Shop assistant

Sure. It’s a very___________.

It’s _______ from £70. And that ________ £5 of free phone calls.

It’s a very reliable phone. And it’s very ___________.

We ______ all credit cards.

Could you _________, please?



МЕТОДИЧЕСКОЕ СОПРОВОЖДЕНИЕ К УРОКУ АНГЛИЙСКОГО ЯЗЫКА

С ИСПОЛЬЗОВАНИЕМ ИКТ ТЕХНОЛОГИЙ

ПО ТЕМЕ «СПОРТ В НАШЕЙ ЖИЗНИ» В 7 КЛАССЕ

Ислентьева Надежда Владимировна,

учитель английского языка второй категории МБОУ «Гимназия № 127»,

г. Снежинск

Главная цель урока развитие коммуникативной компетенции, что включает в себя: формирование и развитие навыков устной и письменной речи, понимания английской речи на слух, чтения. Реализация практического компонента цели способствует реализации воспитательного компонента: воспитание культуры общения с использованием единиц речевого этикета; воспитание здорового образа жизни, повышение интереса к изучению иностранного языка.

Задачи урока:

Общеобразовательные: совершенствовать умения и навыки практического владения английским языком, развивать навыки аудирования, расширить кругозор учащихся по данной теме, повторить пройденные лексические единицы.

Познавательные: активизировать лексический материал по теме “Sports In Our Life”, развивать общий кругозор учащихся и их словарный запас.

Развивающие: развивать умение высказывать своё мнение, делать выводы, развивать навыки взаимопонимания, развивать коллективную деятельность.

Для реализации вышеперечисленных целей используется аутентичный материал УМК, специальные технические информационные и языковые средства; учитываются личностные характеристики учащихся: сообразительность, интерес, взаимопонимание и взаимопомощь. На уроке реализуется принцип коммуникативной направленности и для его осуществления используются фронтальные, индивидуальные, парные и групповые формы работы. Применение компьютера и интерактивной доски играет мотивационную роль и помогает облегчить процесс обучения, освобождая учителя от долгих объяснений, а также делает урок динамичным и живым.

Использованная литература:


  1. Учебно-методический комплект для 7 класса школ с углублённым изучением английского языка, лицеев, гимназий, колледжей авторов О.В. Афанасьевой, И.В. Михеевой, К.М. Барановой, Ю.Е. Ваулиной:

    • учебник;

    • рабочая тетрадь;

    • тесты.

  2. Контрольно измерительные материалы Английский язык 7 класс автор составитель С.И. Гарагуля издательство «Учитель» г. Волгоград 2010г.

Оборудование:

  • компьютер;

  • интерактивная доска;

  • аудиомагнитофон.



ХОД УРОКА

Stage of
the lesson

Procedure

Purpose of
the stage

Classroom
management

1. The beginning of the lesson.

Good morning, boys and girls. I’m glad to see you. I hope you are fine and you are ready to work hard at the lesson? Aren’t you?

Let’s start the lesson. The topic of the lesson is “Sports in Our Life” (the topic is shown on the smart board). We are going to speak about the importance of going in for sports, what we should do to keep fit.

So, Ready, Steady, Go!


Create an enjoyable atmosphere of foreign language speaking.




2. Warm-up.

(The pupils are shown the pictures of different sports competitions on the smart board)

      1. Name sports and games when referees use these commands


      2. Look at the pictures and answer my questions

  • Which of these sports or games do you prefer?

  • Do you practice them or watch them on TV?

  • Have you ever taken part in sports competitions? Did you win?

  • Why do many people go in for sport?

  • What sports or games can you call most useful for health?

Introduce problem questions

Whole class

3. Imitating reading.

Now look at the portrait. Is this face familiar to you? Yes, this is the portrait of Pierre de Coubertin. What is this man famous for?

  1. Listen to the tape and then be ready to read a part of the “Ode to Sport” written by this noble man. (card № 1) But before reading you’ll pronounce the new words
    to forge [fɔ:dʒ] ковать
    reverence [‘revərəns] уважение
    self-disciplined [self ‘disiplind] the pupils are to guess the meaning of the word
    diversity [dai’və:siti] разнообразие
    generosity [,dʒenə’rɔsiti] великодушие, благородство
    emulation [,emju’lei∫n] = competition
    Translate the Ode into Russian, please.

  2. Say why Pierre de Coubertin considered sport to be so important?
    Do you think sport should be an essential part of our life? Why?

Practise reading for good sounds and intonation

Encourage oral exchange of opinions



Whole class

Group work

4. Writing.


- Are you fond of playing games or doing sports?

- You know the difference between these two items, don’t you?

Open your workbook at p. 83. Do ex. 3. (card № 2) The first group will write the names of sports, another one will write the names of games. Then we’ll check your answers.


Revise the vocabulary for sports

Group work

5. Vocabulary.

Be ready to guess what game or sport it is. You are to answer as many questions as you can during 1 minute. I’ll switch on the music. When it finishes, you are to stop working.

Ready! Steady! Go!

(card № 3) Textbook ex. 2 p. 217.

The winner is .... Hip, hip, hurrah!



Revise the vocabulary for sports

Individual work

6. Reading.

Who has ever tried surfing? It’s an extreme kind of sport, isn’t it?

  1. Read the text “Surfing” and choose the right answer.(Card № 4) Tests p. 31

  2. Be ready to discuss in pairs what skills are necessary for doing surfing.

  3. Would you like to go in for surfing?

  4. Express your wish using the example
    (smart board) I wish I could go in for surfing
    - play tennis
    - ride a horse
    - win the hockey match
    - take part in the Olympic Games
    - go in for fencing

Practise reading for detail

Grammar revision



Individual work

Pair work

Whole class

7. Auding.


Now you’ll listen to 6 short stories of different people for whom sport is a part of their lives. Be ready to match the statements with what they say.

КИМ p. 5 (card № 5)



Practise oral comprehension

Individual work

8. Speaking.

You’ve just listened to the stories of the people who do sports for relaxing. What about you? Do you do sports regularly?

You were to make up dialogues about your favourite kinds of sports and how sport helps you to keep fit.



  1. Reproduce your dialogues please. (2 pairs)

  2. Develop the ideas (monologues)
    (a smart board)
    1. Our health depends on our way of life.
    2. Sport helps me in my studies.
    3. Physical training is an important subject at school.
    Use the following conversational formulas
    Talking of …
    The point is that …
    To my mind …
    In my opinion, …

Encourage oral exchange of opinion

Practise expressing view points and justifying opinions



Pair work

Individual work



9. The end of the lesson.

Today you have revised the vocabulary for sports, discussed why going in for sports is very important.

Still some people say that they prefer to watch sports to participating in sports.

Your home work is to fill in the chart “To Watch or To Participate?” Think of good arguments. (card № 6)

Thank you for your active work at the lesson. Your marks are ...







Card № 1

 O Sport, you are Peace! You forge ponds between the peoples by drawing them together in reverence for strength which is controlled, organized and self-disciplined. Through you, the young of the world, learn to respect one another and, thus, the diversity of national traits becomes a source of generosity and peaceful emulation.




Card № 2


ex. 3 p 83

Write the names of these sports and games in the right categories.



Sports Games

1. ... 1. ...


boxing, basketball, long jump, golf, volleyball, draughts, field hockey, judo, badminton, wrestling, tennis, swimming, athletics, rowing, yachting, darts, figure skating, weightlifting, chess, karate, water polo, snooker, baseball, rugby, mountaineering, cycling

Card № 3


ex. 2 p. 217

Guess what sports and games are described here:



  1. the sport of fighting with fists;

  2. the sport of riding in a small boat with sails;

  3. the sport of one who swims;

  4. the sport of playing a type of football with an oval ball;

  5. a game for two people who use rackets, a small soft ball and a low net;

  6. the sport of moving through the water in a boat without sails;

  7. the sport of going on horseback;
  8. a game played by two teams of 6 players each that is played on an ice field;


  9. an outdoor game, popular in Britain played in summer with a small ball by two teams of 11 players each, usually dressed in white.

Card № 4


Tests p. 31

Surfing

Surfing is unusual and difficult, it's more an art than a sport. It's not one of the sports where you meet your friends or you may depend on their help. In surfing you are absolutely on your own with some­thing very fast and complicated.

A great number of people don't understand this sport. For them surfing is climbing a board and riding a wave into the beach. In fact, one fights with a wave and controls it. To achieve this control one needs some special techniques. You should be able to turn at a proper angle, to slow down, etc. It is important to move around the board, to use your body weight to make the board work for you. All the time you should face the wave thinking over what you are going to do next.

Speed is the most exciting thing in surfing. In the fastest part of the wave the board moves at nearly 45 kilometres an hour.

Nowadays surfboards are light and made of modern materials. They are different from old long, narrow and heavy boards of the past when Captain Cook first saw them in Hawaii in 1778.


  1. In surfing you your friends.

a) meet b) don't meet c) sometimes meet

  1. understands surfing.

a) everyone b) every child c) not everyone

  1. You need special techniques to the wave.

a) control b) stop c) turn

  1. A surfboard rider uses his to ride waves.

a) hands b) shoulders c) body weight

  1. In surfing speed is .

a) exciting b) dangerous c) unpleasant


  1. The original surfboards were used by .

a) Captain Cook b) individuals c) Hawaiians

  1. Surfing is a sport for .

a) individuals b) companies c) friends

Card № 5. КИМ p. 5

 Вы услышите 6 высказываний. Установите соответст­вие между высказываниями каждого говорящего 1-6 и утверждениями, данными в списке A-G. Используйте каждое утверждение, обозначенное соответствующей бук­вой, только один раз. В задании есть одно лишнее утвер­ждение. Вы услышите запись дважды. Занесите свои от­веты в таблицу.


  1. I do sports both in summer and winter.

  2. The house I live in is quite big for my family.

  3. I live in a new house.

  4. I usually go in for sports on Saturdays and Sundays.

  5. There is a tennis court near my house.

  6. I live with my pets in my house.

  7. I like going out with my friends and play tennis.

Говорящий

1

2

3

4

5

6

Утверждение

















Speaker 1

My name is Jerry Smith. I come from the United States of America. I have a steady job in an office in New York. After a hard day at work, I relax in front of the television or watch a video. I don't go out every evening, but two evenings a week I see my friends in the local cafe. At the weekend, I regularly go to see shows, and play a sport. I own a pet, a dog, and take it for a walk every day after work.



Speaker 2

My name is Maggie. I come from Ireland. I have a small house in an area of Dublin. It's quite a small house. There's a living room and a kitchen downstairs, and then two small bedrooms upstairs, but it's big enough for us. There's my husband and me, and our son, Thomas. The houses around here are about a hundred years old and people are very friendly. People don't want to move away, they want to live near their family, so my parents are very close.



Speaker 3

My name is John. I come from England. I'm a student at a school in Cambridge and I'm sixteen years old. I go to school by bus. I like listening to music and playing tennis. At weekends I go out with my friends. Sometimes we go to the cinema and sometimes we just go for a walk. I speak English and French, but I don't speak German. My favourite subjects at school are Computer Studies and Maths, but I don't like History.


Speaker 4

My name is Alex. I come from Canada. We have long, cold winters and short, hot summers. In summer I go sailing and I play baseball, and in winter I play ice hockey and go ice-skating. We have a holiday home near a lake, so I go fishing a lot, too. My favourite season is autumn, or fall, as we say in North America. I love the colours of the trees - red, gold, orange, yellow and brown.


Speaker 5

My name is Mary. I come from France. I live in a house in the country in Provence. It's an old farmhouse, about five hundred years old, with very thick walls, so it's warm in winter and cool in summer, but it's difficult to look after because it's so old. There are three bedrooms, two quite big and one small, and they have wonderful views over the countryside. I have a garden where I grow flowers and vegetables. I live with my animals! I have two dogs and eight cats.

Speaker 6

My name is Наrrу. I come from the United States of America. Where I live things are big. I live in Texas - that's the second biggest state in the USA - and I live with my wife and our four children. We have four cars because we all like driving. Sometimes we drive 150 kilometres to go to a cafe! Our house is three years old, and it's kind of big. There are fourteen or fifteen bedrooms, I don't know exactly, and outside there are two swimming pools, a golf course and some grass for my plane to land on.

Card № 6

TO WATCH OR TO PARTICIPATE?
1) Complete the following chart:




For

Against

To watch sports







To participate in sports





2) Be ready to justify your arguments. Use the following linking words:

- in my opinion - on the other hand

- on the one hand - firstly

- What is more … - secondly

- lastly


МЕТОДИЧЕСКОЕ СОПРОВОЖДЕНИЕ К УРОКУ АНГЛИЙСКОГО ЯЗЫКА

ПО ТЕМЕ «APPEARANCE. CHARACTER» В 10 КЛАССЕ

на базе учебника First Certificate Star издательство Macmillan, Heinemann

Тиунова Лидия Борисовна,

учитель английского языка высшей категории МБОУ «Гимназия № 127»,

лауреат премии Законодательного Собрания Челябинской области,

г. Снежинск




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