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Moscow secondary school № 172
Alexander Olontsev
the student of the 8th form
the teacher of English: Yuliya Zakharovna Chimidova
Signature: _____________
Common information
Surname ____________________________________________________________________
Form_________ Date of birth:_____________________________________ Citizenship: ______________________________________
Place of birth_________________________________________________________________
Full address (postal code):_______________________________________________________
Home phone:_____________________________________ E-mail: __________________________________________
The period of learning at this school_____________________________________________ Out of school activities_____________________________________________ ___________
____________________________________________________________________________ Favourite TV programmes_____________________________________________________
Favourite films_______________________________________________________________
Favourite music_______________________________________________________________
Favourite books ______________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________ Which field of knowledge do you prefer?
Natural-science: Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Geography.
Socio-scientific: History, Philosophy, Law, Economy.
The humanities: Literature, the Russian language, foreign languages, Phycology, Linguistics
Favourive subjects:_____________________________________________________________
The professions I prefer:________________________________________________________
Your future profession: ___________________________________________________
The level of education: high / specialized secondary education / secondary
It's me
My family
Здесь нужны пара-тройка семейных фото(можно в разное время) + описание семьи
My mother
Mum, I only want to say
How much you mean to me
And how I appreciate
Everything you've done for me
I will write your name in the sky, but the wind will blow it away. I will write your name in the sand, but the waves will wash it away. I will write your name in my heart, and forever it will stay. My granny
One Of A Kind
The funny beautiful lady
That means so much to me
May be gone from the land of the living
But with me she will always be
Because my memory holds her dearly
And my pen recalls her ways
And most of all I love her
A love that always stays
It stays inside my memory
And is often on my mind
Because a lady like my grandma
Is rare and hard to find.
Julie B. Bradstreet
My friends
My school My hobbies
Keeping fit
All kinds of physical exercises are very useful to make our bodies strong and to keep ourselves fit and healthy. To tell the truth I don't do sports regularly and it is not an essential part of my daily life. In the morning I do some exercises just to awake. Then some aerobics for myself. It puts me into the fine moods. Doing sports a man become strong, healthy and gay. He begins to take care of his health.
If you're under 18, you should try to do a total of 60 minutes of physical activity every day. You don't have to do it all in one go, but in chunks of at least 10-15 minutes throughout the day. This includes everything from pumping iron in the gym to walking up stairs instead of taking the lift. The key thing is that the activity should increase your heart rate and make you feel warmer.
The most popular outdoor winter sports are hockey, skating, skiing and tobogganing. It's so nice to go to the skating-rink on a frosty sunny day. Some people prefer to be out of town in such weather and to sledge or to ski in the woods. The same with me. I prefer skiing. Usually I go skiing with my mother. Besides, I like riding the bike and toboganning in winter. Mum says that I'm too old to do it, but why not after all? Healthy food is also a very important factor. Overeating causes many dangerous diseases. The daily menu should include meat, fruit and vegetables, milk product, which are rich in vitamins, fat, proteins and etc. Personally I believe that regularity in life promotes our health. Sleeping eight or nine hours a day, getting up early, regular meals, a healthy diet and going in for sports is really a good way to live.
Instructions and useful information
How to Learn English:
1. Listen - Do a lot of listening. Listen to your teacher, the radio, TV, video cassettes, audio cassettes--anything you can get your hands on. Just listen to English as much as you can stand it and you will learn a lot.
2. Match sounds to words - When you listen to the language, look at the letters and words that match the sounds. This will help you with reading and pronunciation. Understanding English spelling can help you with pronunciation if you learn the letter combinations that produce certain sounds:
cap / cape, cop / cope, cut / cute...
3. Write - Everytime you learn something new, write it down in a notebook. This will help you to remember what you have learned. Buy a notebook and use it only for practicing English. 4. Read - Try to read English one hour every day. Yes, this is difficult, but English is a very big language, and the only way to learn essential vocabulary is to read it.
5. Speak - Whenever you have the opportunity, speak English. This will be hard to do if you don't live in an English-speaking country; however, the internet provides new opportunities to practice speaking through chat rooms (which is mostly just text for now) and through audio-video chat technology.
6. Use the internet - Find one or two or three different free websites that you can go to daily.
7. Learn from a teacher - If it's possible you should try to learn from as many different teachers as possible, but at the very least find one teacher and learn what you can from that person. 8. Visit an English speaking country - If you have a chance, visit any English speaking country and practice your English
Participating in Olympiads
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How to Prepare for an Important Exam
Preparing for an exam is one of the most stressful things to do. But, it is indeed necessary to get satisfying grades. For others, preparation for an exam takes a couple of weeks. Moreover, there are some people like me who like cramming. Anyway, these two ways are both exam preparations. Although, we know that studying is important, there are some who doesn't really know how to prepare. The end part of this is regret. Here are some tips on how you can effectively prepare for an important exam.
It is indeed very difficult to study if your notes are disorganized. Some people use any piece paper to take down notes and by the time they need it, they realize that that piece paper is gone. Other people use different notebooks to take downs and this fact make them confused about the sequence of what to study. Definitely, organizing one's notes can be helpful in putting up a system for studying. Having organized notes can make you feel at ease in terms of studying. Try to organize your notes weeks before exam. Organizing it can be a chance to review your notes as well.
There are various distractions these days which can affect students' study habits. This includes the television, computer and other gadgets. Some people get distracted by social networking sites like Facebook and Twitter. When they face the computer, their hand automatically clicks on these sites. But, for students who are preparing for exam, they must be away from any form of distractions.
Students must make a study schedule of the things they have to study. This can guarantee an equal attention to every subject that needs to be reviewed.
Having sleepless nights are common among students. Many of them rely on the idiom "pull an all nighter" But according to William Kohler, MD, medical director of the Florida Sleep Institute, an adequate quantity and quality of sleep is necessary for optimal learning. Having sleepless night can affect a student's performance as he or she struggles to be awake during the exam time. It can lead to exhaustion and loss of focus.
Many high school and university students take eating breakfast for granted especially during exam days. Moreover, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture Food and Nutrition Service, the lack of energy after a night without food changes the way people think and act in a particular learning environment. Eating breakfast is necessary to supply the energy demands of the body particularly the brain for it to act accordingly.
My classteacher
Our classroom Our English lessons
TICK OFF. I learn English because :
* I am good at languages
* I want to travel
* I will need it in my future job
* I will need it in my future studies
* I want to understand song texts
* English is a world language
* I want to use it on the Internet
* I have to
* I like it
I learn my English:
* at school
* by watching TV programmes
* by writing and reading emails
* on holidays
* by listening to songs
* by reading books in English
* by chatting on the Internet
This year I would like to...
* study more grammar. * study more vocabulary. * talk with people in English
* read an English paper/magazine * listen to English radio/watch TV/movies
* write e- mail in English
* chat
My strong and weak points
I am good atI need to work on reading writing listening speaking grammar vocabulary My grade report
п/ппредметSchool year
2010-2011School year
School year
2012-2013I чII ч III ч IV
ч examyearI чII чIII чIV чexamyearI чII чIII чexam year1. Russian language2. Russian literature3. Philology4. Algebra5. Geometry6. History7. Social science8. Geography9. Biology10. Physics11. Chemistry12. PE13. Principles of personal and social safety 14. English15. German16. Music17. IT18. Art19. 20. 21. Ability to learn (0-10 points)
1. I can take all necessary things for school2. I can listen to the explanation and tasks 3. I can ask for help if it's necessary 4. I can answer any question5. I can do a task according to the instructions6. I can plan my work 7. I can react to criticism 8. I can be proud of my work9. I can work unassisted10. I can do my homework quickly and correctly 11. I can organize my free time
Our school life
How to learn vocabulary
Learning vocabulary is a very important part of learning a language. The more words you know, the more you will be able to understand what you hear and read; and the better you will be able to say what you want to when speaking or writing.
Which words to learn
Every day you hear or read many new English words. You also find them in your dictionary when you are translating from your own language. You can't possibly learn all these new words, so your first problem is to decide which ones to concentrate on. Here are some suggestions:
* learn the words that are important to the subjects you are studying
* learn the words that you read or hear again and again
* learn the words that you know you will often want to use yourself
* do not learn words that are rare or not useful (your teacher can help you with this)
How to learn words
Once you have chosen which words to learn, you next have to decide how you are going to learn them. Here are a few ideas:
> write the words in a notebook (with their translations or definitions)
> write the words and definitions on small cards (advice on how to do this)
> say the words many times (if you have an electronic dictionary you can hear how the word is pronounced)
> put the words into different groups (you could use a graphic organiser)
> write them in a file for use with a computer program (such as Quizlet or the one on this site)
> make associations (in pictures or with other words)
> ask someone to test you
> use the words in your own speaking or writing
Some students put a tick or cross in their dictionary next to every word they look up. The next time they turn to a page with a marked word, they quickly check to see if they remember the meaning of that word.
Learning for vocabulary tests
The previous section on this page gives general advice on how to learn the words that you have chosen as important for you. Often, however, you will be given a set of words by your teacher and told to learn them for a vocabulary test. In this case you need to be sure exactly how you will be tested, because this will influence how you learn the words. There are several ways that the teacher might test your vocabulary learning, but the ways are broadly divided into two categories:
* You will be given the word and have to:
* write a definition
* use it in an example sentence
* translate it into your language
* You will be given:
* a definition
* a gapped example sentence
* the translation in your language
and you have to write the English word.
If you do a vocabulary test from the second group above, then in most cases you will need to learn the exact spelling of the word and will lose marks if you misspell it. As with all tests, be sure to ask the teacher exactly how you will be tested and exactly how you will be graded. You will then avoid wasting time studying something that you will be not be tested on.
Learning vocabulary by reading
The way you learned very many of the words in your own language was by meeting them in the books and magazines you read. The context of a new word in a sentence or story was often enough for you to guess the meaning. Meeting the word again and again in your reading helped you learn it for use in your own speaking and writing. Doing lots of extra reading for pleasure - both fiction and non-fiction - is an excellent way to learn new English words, too. But choose books that you find quite easy to read. Difficult stories or texts that you struggle to understand will not help you to develop your vocabulary the natural way. But remember: to learn new words from reading you have to read A LOT!
More information about learning words
The vocabulary you know can be divided into two groups - passive vocabulary and active vocabulary. Passive vocabulary contains all the words that you understand when you read or listen, but which you do not use (or cannot remember) in your own writing and speaking. Active vocabulary is all the words you understand, plus all the words that you can use yourself. Your active vocabulary, in English and your own language, is probably much smaller than your passive vocabulary.
The more you work on learning a word, as suggested above, the more likely it is that it will become part of your active vocabulary.
Things to know about the words you learn
Usually the first things you learn about a new English word are what it means and its translation in your own language. But there are other things you need to find out before you can say that you know a word like a native speaker does. For example, you have to learn:
* how it is spelled
* how it is pronounced
* how it is inflected (i.e. how it changes if it is a verb, noun or adjective)
* other grammar information about it
* how it collocates (i.e. what other words are often used with it)
More on collocation
* if it has a particular style or register
* the context in which it is most likely to be used Native speakers learn these things about words by hearing them and reading them again and again. This is the best way for you to learn them, too
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