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Разработка уроков с использованием технологии ДПР

Учебно-методический
комплекс по теме:
"The Printed World:
Newspapers.
Magazines. Books. "
Ф.И.О. Ядыкина Т.А. Москва, 2010 г.
СОДЕРЖАНИЕ.
1. Пояснительная записка. 2. Основные обобщенные, прогнозируемые результаты изучения темы 3. Карта темы 4. Алгоритмы 5. Таблица взаимосвязи прогнозируемых результатов школьников 6. Содержание уроков 8. Срезовые работы
9. Результативность изучения темы
10. Анализы и выводы
ПОЯСНИТЕЛЬНАЯ ЗАПИСКА.
Данный курс разработан на основе образовательной технологии "Достижение прогнозируемых результатов" и предназначен для изучения в 9 классах общеобразовательных школ в качестве вспомогательного пособия к УМК "Английский язык - 9класс" О.В. Афанасьевой, И.В. Михеевой при изучении темы "Мир печати".
Данный курс состоит из 15 уроков. 1 урок отводится на введение лексического материала с помощью карты-темы; 9 уроков на активизацию изученной лексики, введение и отработку грамматического материала по темам "Причастие I,II", "Герундий", развитие умений в чтении, аудировании, письме и устной речи; 1 урок - повторение изученного лексико-грамматического материала; 4 урока - контроль всех видов речевой деятельности (лексико-грамматический тест, контроль умений в чтении, контроль умений в аудировании, контроль умений в устной речи).
Большое значение в данном УМК уделяется работе с лексическим материалом. Здесь обращается большое внимание на осознанное запоминание слов. Для этого рассматриваются различные приёмы. Например, такие как определение значения слова с помощью его семантического значения, исходя из контекста, с помощью синонимов, антонимов и словообразования.
Усвоение учащимися учебного материала отслеживается на каждом из уроков с помощью соответствующих срезовых работ, что дает возможность учителю своевременно скорректировать недочеты и пробелы в знаниях учащихся. Данный УМК помогает совершенствовать имеющиеся знания по грамматике и знакомит учащихся с новыми грамматическими темами "Причастие I,II", "Герундий". В помощь учащимся предлагаются алгоритмы образования Причастия I,II и отличия Причастия I от другой формы глагола с -ing окончанием - Герундия.
С позиции развития рецептивных видов речевой деятельности, а именно чтения, следует отметить разнообразие заданий на понимание прочитанного. Это позволяет развивать все виды чтения (с извлечением необходимой информации, с пониманием общего содержания, с полным пониманием прочитанного), что необходимо для сдачи экзамена и для самостоятельного чтения.
Для развития продуктивных видов речевой деятельности, а именно устной речи, была разработана 3х уровневая система упражнений. Для выполнения заданий 1 уровня необходимо выразить своё мнение или отношение к предложенной ситуации общения на основе изученной лексики и опор (например, плана или ключевых слов). В заданиях 2 уровня детям предлагается совершенствовать навыки устной речи и умение выражать своё мнение, согласие или несогласие с точкой зрения собеседника. Задания 3 уровня учат рассматривать и сопоставлять различные точки зрения на одну и ту же проблему, отстаивать своё мнение в данной ситуации. Для развития письменной речи учащимся предлагается написание личного письма в газету/журнал, рецензии на прочитанную книгу и эссе на тему "Роль Прессы в нашей жизни".
Тренировочные упражнения на развитие умений в чтении, аудировании, так же как и все виды контроля разработаны по 3 уровням сложности, что позволяет дифференцированно подходить к контролю знаний учащихся по данной теме. Дифференцированная система заданий способствует учету индивидуальных способностей и возможностей каждого ребенка и позволяет ему самостоятельно работать над развитием собственного интеллекта и культурного уровня. Таким образом, создаются условия для вовлечения каждого учащегося в активный познавательный процесс. Учащимся с высокой подготовкой рекомендуется выполнение заданий всех 3 уровней сложности, так как они не дублируют друг друга.
Форма и содержание предложенных упражнений соответствует стандарту обучения английскому языку, а также заданиям ЕГЭ по английскому языку в разделах "Использование языка", "Чтение", "Аудирование".
Т.о. данный УМК, разработанный на основе технологии "Достижение прогнозируемых результатов", способствует реализации современных целей обучения иностранному языку, повышению качества обучения, учитывает дифференцированный подход и подготавливает к сдаче ЕГЭ.
Основные обобщенные, прогнозируемые результаты изучения темы:
1. знание лексики по теме "The Printed World"
2. знание грамматического материала по теме "V-ing формы глагола" (Participle I, Gerund)
3. умение использовать данные лексические единицы в заданном контексте и изученных грамматических структурах
4. умение определять данные лексические единицы, исходя из их семантического значения
5. знание основных словообразующих суффиксов и префиксов 6. умение преобразовывать изученные лексические единицы с помощью изученных суффиксов и префиксов
7. умение использовать данную лексику в связном монологическом высказывании по теме "The Printed World" и в диалогическом высказывании в предложенных ситуациях
8. умение читать и понимать тексты по заданной тематике
9. умение аудировать тексты по заданной тематике
Количество уроков по плану: 15
Количество срезовых работ: 15
ТАБЛИЦА ВЗАИМОСВЯЗИ ПРОГНОЗИРОВАННЫХ РЕЗУЛЬТАТОВ УЧЕНИЯ ШКОЛЬНИКОВ
№ заданий итоговой работы
Уроки по темеI уровеньII уро-веньIII уро-вень№ срезовой работы1234561№ 1 Мир Печати.
11№ 2 Чтение. Библиотеки.
12№ 3 Писатели.
13№ 4 Газеты 14№ 5 Журналы.
15№ 6 История Прессы.
66№ 7 Журнализм.
17№ 8 Известные писатели и поэты.18№9 Любимые книги.
19№10 Повторение изученного.111111111111111110
Урок № 1
Изучение карты темы "The Printed Page"
Урок № 2
Тема Мир печати
№Прогнозируемые результаты урокаСрезовые работы1
2
знают лексику по теме из блока "Readers and writers ", "Why we read" умеют использовать данную лексику в ответах на вопросы по теме.Воспроизведение части карты темы (PT 1)
Упражнения
1.Translate the following words into English/Russian.
Cheerful, peaceful, strange, wise, fascinating; authors, poets, dramatists, journalists.
Тихий, мирный, странный, незнакомый, мудрый, мудрость, захватывающий, автор, поэт, драматург, журналист 2Fill in the missing letters in the following words.
Ch--rful, q-i-t, pe--eful, str-n-e, wi-e, fa--inating; wis---; --thors, po-ts, dr-m-tists, j--rnalists.
3.Write the words with their translation.
Cheerful, quiet, peaceful, strange, wise, fascinating; wisdom; authors, poets, dramatists, journalists.
4.Translate the word combinations.
Весёлый человек, мирная атмосфера, странное место, мудрый совет, радостная улыбка, любимый поэт, известный драматург, популярный журналист, современный автор
5. Guess the words from their definition or synonyms and write them down.
-Brisk ,joyful, glad, merry
-pacific
-odd, unknown or not the same as others
-knowing a lot, having great experience
-captivating, exciting
-the writer of a novel or a short story
- the writer of lyrics
- the person who writes theatrical plays - the person who writes for a newspaper
6.Answer the following questions.
Do you like reading books?
Do you read more or less than before?
Who are your favourite authors?
What information can you obtain from the books?
What do you usually feel reading your favourite book?
Домашнее задание: 1. Learn the words on topic "Readers and writers","Why we read".
2.Read the text "Reader's letters to a periodical"1 and do the tasks.
Level I
Say how the reader describes the following in his letter.
1. The reader ... Saturday mornings spent in the library.
2. In libraries the reader felt ... and ....
3. The library was the reader's ... world.
4. The reader remembers the ... voices of the readers and librarians and the sound of ...pages.
5. Later the reader sometimes went to the library because he/she was ... and depressed.
6.For the reader, libraries have always been places of ... and ... , treasure houses of ..., ... and information, the kingdom of the ... word.
7. Children should look at libraries as very special places where they can enter a new ...world.
Level II
Read the letter and say which of the following ideas are not in it.
1. The reader loves and has always loved libraries.
2. The reader was first taken to the library by his/her parents.
3. The reader used libraries for his/her studies.
4. The atmosphere of the library never fails to make the reader feel more cheerful.
5. The reader thinks that nowadays children don't go to the library so often as they did before.
6. The reader believes that a library is the right place for children to go.
Level III
Answer the questions.
1. How did the author feel in the libraries when he/she was young?
2. What did the author like in the libraries?
3. What were the reasons of visiting different libraries when the author grew up?
4. What should the children to be taught from the early childhood? Why is it necessary to do it?
5. What is your attitude to the libraries? How often do you attend them?
Reader's Letter to a Periodical.
I am no longer young but I still remember happy Saturday morning I spent in the library when I was a child. In libraries I felt cheerful and peaceful. The library was my special world in which I loved everything - the smell of books, the whispering voices of the readers and the librarians, the sound of turning pages.
As I grew up, libraries became more and more work-place for me, at school and university. But there were other times when I went to the library just because I felt lonely or depressed. When I was alone in strange towns, I never failed to find the local library and enjoyed myself spending one or two hours there.
For me the libraries have always been places of quietness and concentration, treasure- houses of wisdom, culture and information, the kingdom of the printed word.
Our children need to learn from babyhood to feel at home in the libraries. At the same time they should look at them as very special places where they can enter a new fascinating world.
Урок № 3 Тема Чтение. Библиотеки.
№Прогнозируемые результаты урокаСрезовые работы1
2
3 знают лексику по теме из блока " Reading at home and in the library".
Умеют определять данные лексические единицы с помощью их значения.
Умеют образовывать слова с помощью суффиксов (-ness, -hood, -tion, -ing, -er).
Воспроизведение части карты темы из блока " Reading at home and in the library". (PT2)1.Translate the following words into English/Russian.
Alone, treasure-house, whisper, general, concentration, quiet, cheap, private;
Один, сокровищница, шёпот, общий, сосредоточенность, тихий, дешёвый, частный.
2Fill in the missing letters in the following words.
Alon-, tr-a-re - house, --isper, g-neral, -on-entration, q---t, ch---p, pr-v-te.
3.Draw the part of the intellectual map with these words.
4.Write the words with their translation.
Alone, treasure-house, whisper, general, concentration, quiet, cheap, private.
5.Guess the word from its definition.
1 one, without anybody;
2 place with a lot of precious things;
3 to say something very quietly ;
4 available to everybody;
5 special attention;
6 not loud, calm;
7 inexpensive, with low price ;
8 belonging to one particular person;
6.Fill in the necessary words in the sentences.
1 I am so tired. Leave me ....
2 Libraries are real ... of books.
3 She has a sore throat, so she has to speak in a ....
4 ...education is available to everybody in our country.
5 He lost ... and missed my warning.
6 In the evening it is very calm and ...here.
7 Nobody is allowed to walk here. It's a ...property.
8. I didn't have much money so we went to a ...café but not to a restaurant. 7.Express the following sentences in English.
1 В этом доме было тихо и спокойно.
2 Это был первый раз, когда они оставили малыша одного дома.
3 Не говори шёпотом, я ничего не слышу.
4 Частная библиотека нашего дедушки - настоящее сокровище.
5 Вход в музей свободен для общей публики.
6 Перевод этого текста требует большого внимания и концентрации.
Давай купим это платье. Оно такое дешёвое.
8Form the words using the necessary affixes (-ness, -hood, -tion, -ing, -er) .
To concentrate, child, quiet, to feel, strange, to fascinate, lonely.
Give your own examples. Домашнее задание : 1. Learn the new words on topic.
2.Read the text about famous libraries2 and translate it (I level), do the task after it
(II level), speak about one of the libraries (III level).
The Greatest Libraries of the World.
a)The US Library of Congress is the largest in the world. It has about 90 million items - books, manuscripts, maps, photographs, pieces of music and microfilms. The library has about 350 miles of bookshelves in three gigantic building on Capitol Hill, Washington D.C.
The collection was started in 1800 to help Congressmen in their work. When in 1814 the books were destroyed in a fire, the Congress bought Thomas Jefferson's personal library of about 6,500 books - the beginning of a new collection. Now the US Library of Congress is open to the general public.
b)Biblioteque Nationale (National Library) is the most important library in France and one of the oldest in the world. It is now located in Paris. Its beginning was the first royal library started by Charles V (1364-1380) who collected 1,200 manuscripts in the Louvre. Since 1537 the library has received a copy of every French publication. In 1692 the library was opened to the public and renamed the Biblioteque Nationale in 1795. the library's collection nowadays includes about 9 million books and 180 thousand manuscripts published in France and in other countries in the world.
c)The State Russian Library in Moscow is one of the largest in the world. It has more than 40 million items in 247 languages: books, newspapers, maps, music and others. The library is not only a place to read. It is also a learning centre which organizes lectures, discussions and presentations. The library was opened in the 18th century on the basis of Count Rumyantsev's private collection and since that time it has been used by scientists, scholars, teachers, students, in fact anybody who is over 18 years old can use the library's reading rooms. About 4 thousand people come to the library every day.
d) The British Library is the national library of the UK. It gets the copy of every book published in the country and many foreign publications as well. The library has a large new building in London which was finished in 1996. Before that the library was part of the British Museum. Nowadays everyone who comes to the museum can visit the famous Reading Room designed as Rome's Pantheon by the Italian Anthony Panizzi who had to leave his country for England and was Keeper of Printed Books from 1837 to 1856 and the Librarian of the museum. Some of the greatest minds and the most famous people of their times have worked in this room: writers, dramatists, politicians such as Dickens, Bernard Shaw, Garibaldi, Karl Marx, Vladimir Lenin.
I. Name the library(ies) about which the following is true.
1) This library is situated in a capital.
2) The text doesn't say when the library was started.
3) This library was started by a monarch as early as the 14th century.
4)This library is bigger than the other three.
5) We know who was the architect of a certain part of this library.
6) This library moved to a new building not so long ago.
7) We know who cannot use this library.
8) We know some names of people who were this library's readers.
9) This library began as an information centre for the politicians.
10) The Text doesn't say if this library has any books written outside the country.
Урок № 4 Тема Писатели.
№Прогнозируемые результаты урокаСрезовые работы1
2
3
знают изученную лексику.
Умеют различать Причастия I, II
Умеют аудировать тексты по данной тематике
Fill in the gaps in the text changing the words on the right according to their meaning. (PT3)
Listening
Once a long time ago at the end of the 19th century in London a young doctor set waiting for new patients but they never came. The doctor has nothing to do and he began to write stories about a man who was very good at solving crimes. These stories became so popular that the doctor decided to give up medicine and do full-time writing instead. The doctor's name was Arthur Conan Doyle, the man who created Sherlock Holmes.
As you probably remember Sherlock Holmes and Doctor Watson lived at 221B Baker Street. Now this house has a museum opened in 1990. Everything in Sherlock Holmes museum speaks of the stories we know so well. The Sherlock Holmes's museum is not like others museums. It's more like a home. You can seat in Holmes's armchair by the fireplace, take his things to have a better look of them. When you walk about the museum you feel that the great detective has just left the room for a moment and Mrs Hudson is somewhere in the kitchen and you see her entering the room with a tray of tea cups.
Level I
Listen to the text and say who is it about. Where is the museum of this person?3
Level II
Listen to the text and complete the following statements.
1. Conan Doyle began writing his stories in ...
2. Conan Doyle's first profession was the profession of a ...
3. The museum's address is 221b ...
4. The museum was opened in ...
5. The museum feels like the detective's real ...
Level III
Listen to the text and tell everything you've heard about Conan Doyle and museum of Sherlock Holmes.
Grammar1.Express the same in Russian.
1. The noise of falling body attracted my attention.
2. The song played by the boy is rather difficult.
3.The flowers growing in the garden are daises.
4. The voice whispering the words in my ear was excited.
5. The cakes baked in this café are delicious.
6. This story written in the 19th century is popular nowadays.
7. He entered the room asking the questions.
8. The dress bought last summer is my favourite.
9. He recognized his brother in the film shown yesterday.
10. She used to look through the papers speaking the phone.
2.Form Participles I or II from the words below.
(to sing, to take, to fascinate, to break, to read, to wait, to grow, to translate, to sell, to dance )
1. The man stood ... by her charming smile.
2. We eat tomatoes ... in our garden.
3. These ... pupils are in the 6th form.
4. We couldn't get through the river because of the ... bridge.
5. People ... at the stage attend our local club.
6. ... the dog out he saw that advertisement.
7. This Russian poem ... in Chinese sounded strange.
8. We will speak about books ... in summer.
9. Bread ... in this shop is always fresh.
10. The ... result was very important.
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Домашнее задание: Express the following in English.
Улыбающийся малыш, поющие дети, летящая птица, разбитое окно, плывущий спортсмен, купленный билет, проданная книга, написанный тест, показанный фильм, рисующий мальчик, проигранный мяч, прослушанная песня, набранный текст, построенный дом, играющий котёнок, спящая бабушка.
Обед, приготовленный мамой; стихотворение, выученное наизусть; машина, подъезжающая к дому; быстро развивающаяся страна, вопрос, заданный классу; слова, сказанные быстро; художник, рисующий портрет; книга, прочитанная в детстве; мама, целующая дочку; листья, падающие с деревьев; писатель, обсуждающий роман, фильм, снятый известным режиссёром.
Read the interview with the writer. Correlate the questions with the answers. One of the questions is extra.
A Who has influenced your writing?
В What about the use of myth in the novel?
С How much research did you have to do?
D What did you set out to do through the novel?
E What made the book so appealing to so many people?
F What sources did you use to write this novel?
G What's the significance of the mandolin?
H Is there anything that you would do different now?
I How did you manage to get under the skin of Greeks?
J How did the idea of novel originate?
1.
A friend arranged a holiday to Cephallonia, a place I'd never heard of. The first thing you hear on the tourist bus is the guide saying, "After the earthquake in 1953..." I'd never heard of the earthquake either, but that's what got me interested. Later I learned about the occupation by the Italians, and then the massacre by the Germans. That's what decided me, particularly when I discovered that the Italians and the Greeks got on reasonably well.
2.
I think the main thing is to tell a good story. The themes come through because of your own psychology and preoccupations. 1 always seem to be writing about the abuse of power: what happens to ordinary people when megalomaniacs get busy. Dr Iannis says that the history "ought to consist of the anecdotes of little people." That's something mostly agree with him about.
3.
I was lucky to have neighbours who had lived long time in Greece and if I needed information I could speak to them and I have been to Greece many times. With a strong enough imagination you can pull of illusion of appearing to know all about foreigners.
4.
An awful lot. I hadn't even known that Italians had invaded Greece.
5.
It's taken mostly entirely from Homer's "The Odyssey", For example, when Odysseus comes back from his travel the only one who recognizes him is the dog. When Mandras comes back from the war he is recognized by the pine marten. When Mandras is trying to get back from the front he has all sorts of odd experiences which are taken straight from The Odyssey. On the last page, the three girls on the motorbike could be interpreted as the three fates.
6.
If you ask Greeks what they remember about the Italians, they say things like, "they were chicken thieves, but they were friendly, and if we were starving they would get food for us. They tried to charm the girls, they played football and they played the mandolin." The Italians themselves are a bit fed up because this is a stereotype, but some stereotypes are true.
7.
In my teenage years I tried to read all the classics, Tolstoy, Dostoyevsky and so on, but later on I was preoccupied with Latin American writers. I escaped from that only five years ago when I realized I had to broaden my reading.
8.
A lot of people are unhappy about the ending. I wish I'd made it clearer. I thought people would understand that if you have an important life-changing question to ask you are sometimes terrified on the answer you almost don't want to know it in case it's something terrible.
9.
I wrote the book very passionately and I think people respond to that, and the fact that it's about ordinary people caught by in extraordinary circumstances - something that could happen to any of us.
Урок № 5 Тема Газеты.
№Прогнозируемые результаты урокаСрезовые работы1
2
3
4 знают лексику по теме из блока "Newspapers".
Умеют использовать нужное слово из предложенных вариантов.
Умеют образовывать слова нужной части речи, исходя из контекста.
Умеют читать тексты заданной тематики и понимают общее, полное содержание, извлекают нужную информацию. Choose the correct variant. (PT4)
Lexics.1.Translate the following words into English.
Газеты, популярные в стране и за рубежом, местная пресса, серьёзные газеты, популярные газеты (таблоиды), национальные газеты, статьи, написанные в газетах.
2.Fill in the missing letters in the following words.
n- -spapers, t- blo-ds, na- ional, - - ality, seri - -s, lo-al, arti- l-s, pop-l--.
3.Make the word combinations with the new words.
Word Formation.Library.4
A library is a place where books and documents are kept .
(1)_____ help (2)______with the books they need. They 1.library 2. read
also can help with some (3)_______. There are (4)_____ 3. inform 4. differ
kinds of libraries. In some, you can borrow books to take
them home. In others, students and (5)____use the books 5. science
and documents for their work. People have used libraries
for as long as men have known how to write. Libraries have helped people a lot in the field of (6) ___________. 6. educate
Reading
The Press.5
1.Britain is _(1)---- where daily newspapers are brought at the door before breakfast. Paperboys or girls push the papers1 through letterboxes before going to school. For them it is a way of earning some extra money.
2.National newspapers are papers which are sold(2)-----) . They fall into two groups: quality papers and popular papers. Quality papers give national and international news. They also publish articles on many general subjects. The famous quality papers are "The Times", "The Daily Telegraph", "The Independent". The popular papers such as "The Daily Mail" or "The Sun" try to make news sensational. They often publish "personal" articles which(3)---- . Much of their information is about the private lives of people who are in the news.
3.Local newspapers publish national as well as local news. Some of them have a high standard of reporting and(4)---- ("The Scotsman", "Glasgow Herald"). Many cities and towns have their own daily, evening or weekly papers. They present local news.
4.Periodicals are published weekly, monthly, or quarterly. There are about 7,000 periodicals in the United Kingdom. Many of them are women's magazines. There are periodicals for almost every(5)----.
5.There has been a revolution in the printing of newspapers. Many of them now use _(6)---- to replace old and expensive methods of printing. Now journalists can type their articles into a computer system which then prints articles automatically and cheaply.
6.British daily papers are published from Monday to Saturday. Quality papers are very thick, much thicker than Russian papers. They usually consist of sections such as Politics, Culture, Finances, Business, etc. Newspaper readers often use only one or two sections and (7)----.
Popular papers or tabloids often publish cartoons and humorous drawings, a lot of photographs and readers' letters. Nearly all newspapers write about sports news and publish crossword puzzles.
7.Writing to the newspapers and periodicals is a popular pastime for many people. Some women write letters about _(8)----. All the letters are answered. The most interesting - and colourful - are published.
Level I
Match the titeles with the paragraphs. One of the titles is extra.
A The Local News
B Newspaper Structure
C Writing to the Newspapers
D News Loving Nation
E Periodicals
F Quality Papers
G The National Papers
H New Developments
Level II
Fill in the gaps in the text with the following phrases.
a) are very successful
b) their problems
c) in all parts of Britain
d) shock and excite
e) computer technology
f) one of the few countries
g) throw the others away
h) profession, sport, hobby or interest
Level III
Read the text "The Press" again and say what the following words mean.
1)A paperboy is ... .
a boy who works for a newspaper publisher
a boy who buys newspapers
a boy who brings newspapers to people's homes
2)A letterbox is ... .
where your post is put
where you put your post
where you keep letters
3)Quality papers are ....
a) papers that write about quality things b) papers that are published on quality paper1
c) papers that write about different things in a serious way
4)Local news is ... .
news published in local papers
news about what happens in some locality
news about the local administration
5)To replace is ... .
to find a new place for something
to change something for something new or different
to forget where you have placed something
6)A thick paper is ... .
a paper that has many pages
a paper that has many sections
a paper that gives serious information
7)Cartoons are ....
funny photos
humorous texts
humorous drawings
8)Colourful letters are
interesting and impressive letters
letters written on colour paper
letters illustrated with pictures
Домашнее задание: Level I Be able to answer the questions.
1) Do British people love reading newspapers?
2) What are national papers?
3) What is published in local papers?
4) How often are the periodicals published?
5) What role do the computers play in the publishing process?
6) What are the differences between quality and popular papers?
7) What do the people usually write in their letters to the newspapers?
Level II Speak about The Press in Britain.
Level III Speak about The Press in Britain. Compare it with the Russian Press.
Урок № 6 Тема Журналы.
№Прогнозируемые результаты урокаСрезовые работы1
2
3знают лексику по теме из блока "Газеты и журналы"
умеют использовать данные лексические единицы в контексте или заданной речевой ситуации.
знают грамматический материал по теме "Герундий"Fill in the gaps in the text using the new words. (PT5)
Lexics and Oral Speech1.Write the words on topic "Newspapers and magazines".
2. Answer the questions.
-Do you read newspapers or magazines?
-How often do you buy them?
-Do you prefer to read serious papers or popular ones? Why?
-What is your favourite edition?
- Do you buy periodicals?
- What papers are read in your family?
- What are the most popular national papers in Russia?
- What local papers do you know?
WritingWrite a letter to a newspaper or a magazine as a response on the article you've recently read.Grammar1.Fill in the gaps with the -ing form.
(do, read, play, drive, come, shop, listen, go, watch, dancing)
1. They always have a lot of fun ...on the beach.
2. Ann goes ... with her friends every Sunday.
3. My brother has difficulties ... English texts.
4. I hate ... to rock music.
5. I don't mind his... late.
6. He likes ... programmes about wildlife.
7. ... exercises helps me to keep fit.
8. Young people enjoy ... on the discos.
9. My father's occupation is ... cars.
10. I started ... to school at the age of 6.
2. Complete the sentences using -ing forms.
- I like/hate ... most of all.
-My mother never minds me ...
- I never go... in summer.
- I started ... this morning.
- My favourite past time is ...
Домашнее задание: Level I Use the plan to speak about your favourite newspaper or magazine.
- the name of the edition
- the type of it (national/local, serious/popular, daily/weekly etc.)
- who is aimed to
- what information it suggests
- what useful advice can a reader find in it
- why do you like it
Level II Persuade your friend to read your favourite newspaper or magazine.
Level III Compare two different (serious and popular) papers or magazines. Урок № 7 Тема История Прессы.
№Прогнозируемые результаты урокаСрезовые работы1
2
3
знают лексику по теме.
умеют аудировать текст по заданной теме.
умеют использовать Герундий в предложениях.Translate the sentences from Russian into English. (PT6)
Listening
The First Printing Press.6
The first printing was done by the Chinese and Japanese in the 5th century. At that time books were very hard to make and few people could read or write. So when a new book appeared it was a great event and each book was unique.
The first printers used blocks of wood and cut letters and pictures in them. The process was slow and hard.
It took nearly a thousand years before any real changes were made in method to reproduce the written word.
Many men worked on the problem. Johann Gutenberg, a German printer, is generally believed to be the man who first solved the problem. Gutenberg had the idea of using metal instead of wood and made the metal plates move. He printed his first book, the famous Gutenberg's "Bible" by this method between 1453 and 1456. Gutenberg used individually made letters which could be easily put into words and lines. This system is still in use today.
In England the first real printing press was used by William Caxton. He had learnt the method of printing in Germany in 1477. Caxton's Press in Westminster produced "Dictes" the first dated book printed in England. Altogether Caxton published more than 90 books. He included his own translating from French and Latin.
Level I.
Choose the correct variant.
1. People began printing texts very early, in the ... century.
a) 4th b) 5th c) 6th 2. The first printers lived in...
a) Europe b) America c) Asia
3. Johann Gutenberg used letters made of ... in his press.
a) metal b)wood c) stone
4. The first book Gutenberg printed was ...
a) The Bible b) Dictes c)his biography
5. William Caxton printed his first book ... Johann Gutenberg.
a) before b) after c) at the same time as
6. Caxton didn't only print books, he also ... them.
a) illustrated b) wrote c)translated
Level II.
Complete the sentences.
1. The first printing was done by...
2. The process of making books was ...
3. The first printers used...
4. Johann Gutenberg is considered ...
5. Caxton learned the method of printing in ...
6. Altogether Caxton printed ...
Level III.
Answer the questions.
1.What origin does the process of printing have??
2.Why the appearance of a book was a great event at the 5th century?
3.What did the first printers use?
4. What method did Johann Gutenberg invent?
5. Who was the founder of printing in England?
6. What languages did Caxton translated from?Grammar1.Fill in the gaps with the -ing forms.
( to work(2), to do, to smoke, to eat, to travel , to think, to read, to laugh, to meet)
1.He studied sculpture because he enjoyed ... with clay.
2. Few people can afford ... around the world.
3. I can't help ... in the circus.
4. Last year she stopped ... to have a baby.
5. I can't bear ... such stupid tasks.
6. Doctors doesn't recommend ... in fast food restaurants.
7. I'll always remember ... you for the first time.
8. I really must stop .... It's dangerous for the health.
9. I can't help ... about this awful accident.
10. Is there anything in that new magazine worth ...? Домашнее задание: Find the information about first printers in Russia.
Урок № 8 Тема Журнализм.
№Прогнозируемые результаты урокаСрезовые работы1
2
3
знают лексику по теме "Журнализм"
умеют читать текст по данной тематике и понимают полное содержание прочитанного.
умеют отличать Ving формы глагола (Participle I and Gerund).
Read the sentences and define if the Gerund or Participle I is used in them. (PT7)
Reading
Journalists and Journalism7
a)...
Journalism has a long history. The first people who wrote down the news were Roman Senators in the 1st century ВС. The first Roman papers were written out in more than 2,000 copies and sent everywhere in the Empire. They were hung up in public places. People who could read balled out the news to people who could not. For centuries news travelled very slowly and reached few people until the printing press was invented in the 15th century. The first printed papers were published in Germany and Belgium in the early 17th century.
b) ...
In most countries the press is taken very seriously. Journalists-to-be get special training in universities. Their duty is to inform the public in everything that happens in the country and abroad. Journalists are supposed to give fair comment on the events and are not supposed to change facts or tell lies. c) ...
The stars of European and American journalism are very well known to the public and have real influence. Some of them write about politics, others - about economy, culture, morals, sports or other things that interest people. Their articles may be reproduced in hundreds of local papers across the country. Governments understand a special role of the press. The British Parliament invites journalists to its daily question time when MPs address questions to ministers. It has become a tradition in the USA, Russia and some other countries to hold presidential press conferences where presidents speak to the press and answer journalists' questions.
d)...
Very often journalists do more than just reporting and commenting on events, they investigate crimes or produce evidence of corruption or bad behaviour of officials. Many things that are hidden away become known with the help of journalists. Being a journalist is a difficult and even dangerous profession. One should have a lot of tact as well as courage. But this profession is really rewarding.
Level I.
Chose the appropriate title to the paragraphs.
1 First Journalists.
2 Special Training of Journalists.
3 The Beginning of the Journalism.
4. Peculiarities of Journalism.
5. Political Influence of Journalists.
6. Special Role of Journalism.
Level II.
Find in the text English equivalents for the following:
экземпляры (газет, журналов)
их вывешивали в общественных местах
громко зачитывать (выкрикивать) новости
печатный станок
к прессе относятся очень серьезно
будущие журналисты
действительно имеют влияние
некоторые из них пишут о политике
могут перепечатываться (воспроизводиться) в сотнях местных газет по всей стране
члены парламента
коррупция и неправильное поведение официальных лиц
многое из того, что скрыто
Level III.
Prove the following statements.
1. Journalism has a long history.
2. You should have a special education to become a professional journalist.
3. Journalists have certain influence in politics and other spheres of life.
4. Sometimes it's dangerous to be a journalist.
5. Journalism is rewarding profession.GrammarExpress the following sentences in English using Participle I or Gerund in them.
1. Читая статью, я наткнулся на интересные факты.
2. Зная его телефонный номер, ты легко можешь с ним связаться.
3. Ты можешь легко потеряться, гуляя в лесу в одиночестве.
4. Чтение расширяет твой кругозор.
5. Он упал с лестницы, ремонтируя дом.
6. Эту выставку стоит посетить.
7. Дети, посещающие эту школу, должны носить форму.
8. Всем понравилась идея сходить в кафе.
9. Подумай дважды, прежде чем ответить.
10. С ней было приятно разговаривать, так как она была очень хорошо информирована.Домашнее задание: Write an essay "The role of Press in our life."
Урок № 9 Тема Известные писатели и поэты.
№Прогнозируемые результаты урокаСрезовые работы1
2
3. знают лексику по теме "The Printed Page ".
умеют использовать данные лексические единицы в контексте.
умеют читать тексты заданной тематики и понимают общее, полное содержание, извлекают нужную информацию.Guess the word from the definition. (PT8)
ReadingLewis Carroll and His Literary Success.8
a)
Lewis Carroll was an unusual man who led three lives. One was the life of a mathematics don at Oxford university. He loved the subject he taught 1---------. In his second life he was a child photographer. But he is the best remembered as the author of the wonderful book 2----------. The title of the book is "Alice's Adventures in the Wonderland".
b)
It happened in July 1862. A 30-year-old Oxford don, the Reverend Charles Lutwidge Dodgson (that is Lewis Carroll's real name) took out a boat and together with his friend Robinson Duckworth and his three daughters had a river trip. They took tea on the riverbank before returning. It was not an unusual event in itself. 3---------- was most unusual. Because during this journey Dodgson told the story 4---------, Alice by name, that she asked Dodgson to write it down for her. Thus Dodgson created one of the best loved and most interesting children's books under the pen-name Lewis Carroll. This pen-name came from his first two names and Latinizing them, "Lutwidge... Ludwidge... Ludovic - Louis and Charles..."
c)
The book had a great success. 5---------, it became very popular. Together 180,000 copies were sold during Dodgson's lifetime. Nowadays it is difficult to find a child 6--------.
d)
As a famous writer Lewis Carroll had a lot of friends. Whenever he was invited to their parties, he entertained children with stories, games and puzzles. But though he had friends he was rather lonely.
e)
Lewis Carroll died on 14 January 1898. It was an attack of bronchitis that turned out to be fatal.
Level I.
Chose the appropriate title to the paragraphs.
1. The Origin of the Writer's Pen-name.
2. A Very Popular Book.
3. Fatal Disease 4. Different Lives of One Person.
5. Fame doesn't mean hapiness
6. The Trip that Changed the Life.
Level II.
Fill in the gaps in the text using the parts of the sentences below.
1. who doesn't know the book and its characters
2. but his student found him humorousless and dry
3. that so interested one of the little girls
4. that is read and enjoyed by children and grown-ups all over the world
5. but the result of that journey
6. as soon as it was published
Level III.
Choose the correct variant.
1. Lewis Carrol was an unusual man because he
a) wrote an unusual book
b) was a university teacher
c) had quite different occupations
2. The most successful of Carol's life was the life of
a) teacher
b) writer
c) photographer
3. The story about Alice was written because
a) a little girl asked Carroll to do it
b) he wanted to become a successful writer
c) he wanted to remember his river trip
4. The book became popular
a) after 180000 copies were sold
b) during Carroll's life time
c) only after Carroll's death
5. Carroll as a famous writer was often invited to the parties
a) to entertain children
b) to read his famous book
6. Carroll died because of
a) fatal wound
b) fatal accident
c) fatal illness
Домашнее задание: Make a computer presentation about your favourite writer. Speak on the following points: biography, genre in literature, famous books, problems reflected in his/her works, awards.
Урок № 10 Тема Любимые книги.
№Прогнозируемые результаты урокаСрезовые работы1
2
знают лексику по теме "The Printed Page ".
умеют использовать данную лексику в диалогическом высказывании.
Correct the mistakes in the text. (PT 9)
Oral Speech
Present your reports about famous writers.DialogueMake up and present the dialogue with your partner.
Discuss: - what books are popular today
- what books you prefer to read and why
- where you take books (libraries/home/friend)
- how much time you spend on reading
- who your favourite writer is
- what your favourite book is
- why it is your favourite
Домашнее задание: Write about your favourite book. Урок №11
Тема Повторение изученного.
№Прогнозируемые результаты урокаСрезовые работы1
2
знают лексику по теме "The Printed Page ", умеют переводить предложения с русского на английский язык
умеют образовывать слова нужной части речи
Change the words according to their meaning in the sentences. (PT 10)
LexicsExpress the same in English
Жизнь писателей совсем нескучна, так как они очень наблюдательные и творческие люди. Им необходима тишина, чтобы сосредоточиться. Часто автор проводит долгие годы за написанием одной книги. Но это того стоит. Благодарные читатели вознаграждают писателей своим вниманием и любовью.
Моя мама обожает читать книги. Ей нравятся разные жанры литературы. Она увлекается и приключенческими романами, и детективами, и научной фантастикой, и поэзией. Наша квартира - это настоящая сокровищница книг. Они везде: на полках, в книжных шкафах, столе. Мои друзья говорят, что чувствуют себя, как в библиотеке.
Word formationChange the words in brackets according to their meaning in the sentence.
1. It's not always easy to make the ... between facts and opinions. (differ)
2. In my view ... of the Press must be maintained. (free)
3. They gave the ... of the robber in crime Time. (describe)
4. J.K. Rowlings has had an enormous influence on children's .... (literate)
5. Why do press ... think they can turn up at a celebrity's house? (photograph)
6. You have to be a ... person to work on children's TV. (humour)
7. There is a ... rule on tabloid newspapers that the truth always takes second place to a good story. (written)
8. When Jill was at ... school she used to dream of being a journalist. (second)
9. are you thinking of a career in ...? (journal)
10. You don't actually get a lot of ... from a news report on radio or TV. (inform).
Дом. работа Get ready to the final test on topic "The Printed Page".
Урок №12
Final Test. LEVEL I.
I. Draw the intellectual map of the lesson.
II. Choose the correct variant.
1. Love to the Motherland is the ... of every citizen.
a) event b) duty c) evidence
2. Sometimes popular newspapers contain ... .
a) courage b) wisdom c)lies
3. You can't feel ... being surrounded by your parents and relatives.
a) alone b) lone c)lonely
4. You can find a lot of ... about music in this periodical.
a) articles b) events c) stories
5. A. Solzhenitsyn ... the noble prize in literature spent many years in immigration.
a) rewarding b) rewarded c) rewards
6. The work of a ... is writing plays for the theatrical performances.
a) writer b) dramatist c) poet
7. The ... of writing was a great step to progress in ancient times.
a) invent b) invention c) inventor
8. The life of the journalist ... this case was put at risk.
a) investigate b) investigated c) investigating
9. All the people try to be ... in the libraries not to disturb the others.
a) quiet b) quietly c) quietness
10. He was shocked ... the hall.
a) enter b) entered c) entering
11. The last edition of this book was ... in no time.
a) selled b) selling c) sold
12. It's rather difficult to be ... writing articles made to order.
a) fair b) strange c) peaceful
13. All the books must be ... after agreement with the authors.
a) supposed b) published c) hold
14. ... money in his childhood helped him to become a successful businessman.
a) Earning b) Printing c) Reaching
15. Don't be so noisy! He can't ... on his report.
a) concentrate b) hold c) type
III. Guess the word from the definition.
1. a long written story in prose dealing with people and events
2. stories about things which never exist but come from the imagination of the writer
3. a novel in which the main character goes through all sorts of trials often in search of hidden wealth
4. a story about a murder or theft
5. a story about romantic relations between a man and a woman
6. a story about a beautiful princess living in a wonderful palace and waiting for her prince
7. a story about dead people coming back to life
8. a story about heroic people defending their country from the enemies
9. a poem with the speaking animals and a moral at the end
10. a story which orally comes from the generation to the generation
11. a story which is performed in the theatre
12. a paper which presents the news in a sensational way using the facts from the private life of the people
13. a paper which presents the news of a particular region
14. a magazine published weekly, monthly or quarterly
15. a magazine with the articles on one professional theme
IV. Fill in the gaps in the text using the words on topic "Press"
There are no official government 1... in Great Britain. They are very different and have their individual styles. But in spite of the definite profile they can be classified into 2 main groups 2... which are serious and 3... (or 4...) which are smaller in size and contain many photographs. Depending on the area over which newspapers are 5... they can be further divided into 6... and 7... . Most of the papers are 8... but some of them come out only on Sundays and they are considered 9... papers. In addition to the news they provide 10 ... on arts, new-11... books, sport ... or gardening.
V. Change the words on the right according to their meaning in the text.
Charles Dickens books are read by all - learnt and
simple, rich and poor. The main cause of his ... is 1 popular
the great ... of Dickens. He loved his fellow-man. 2 kind
His ... , understanding eye looked with 3 humour
... on good and bad alike. His characters are real 4 tolerant and true to life. He became ... after "Pickwick 5 fame
Papers" publication. The story was strange. A firm of ... had a number of funny pictures. 6 publish
They wanted to get some articles ... them. 7 illustrate
Someone suggested that the young newspaper ... Charles Dickens could do this job. It was 8 report
a ... job for Dickens and he agreed but asked 9 fascinate
for more ... in writing. So "Pickwick Papers" 10 free
came into being and had a great success. At one
stride Dickens became the most popular novelist.
VI. Read the sentences and define if the Gerund or Participle I was used there.
1. Feeling homesick he decided to return home.
2. He paid particular attention to the investigation speaking at the conference.
3. I like reading adventure stories.
4. While discussing the problem they had to look through a lot of papers.
5. John enjoyed seeing his old friend.
6. Having breakfast he listens to the latest news.
7. When did she start writing poetry?
8. The old friends liked talking about their childhood.
9. Few minutes later he left the shop without buying anything.
10. Harry Potter slept on the doorstep not knowing he would soon become the most famous boy in the world.
LEVEL II.
Correct the mistakes (15) in the text.
Literary Britain.
British literature is very richly. You can always find a town, a city or a village connected with a famous writer, a poet or a drama writer. All of us enjoy read Shakespeare, Hardy, Burns and Sir W. Scott. England is a birthplace of Jerome K. Jerome, the outhor of humour stories and the Bronte sisters who are famous for their fascinated novels.
The best place to start a literary explore of London is Westminster Abbey. Here you can see the Poets' Corner with the monuments and tombs of outstanding writers. The houses of Ch. Dickens, O. Wilde, G. Eliot and others were turning into museums. Only in London you can see the chance to visit the fictitious address of Sherlock Holmes and get the evident of his investigetions.
Modern children's writer R. Dahl was born in Wales. Here you can also see the White Rabbit Memorial shown that Wales inspired L. Carol to create his literary tresure "Alice in Wonderland". You can also visit Whitby, the town where the classical horor-story about vampires was writen. Oxford University's list of former students sounds like a writer's one. Here you'll see R.D. Blackmore, C.S. Lewis, J.R.R. Tolkien. In Scotland you can follow the story of R.Burns, the great Scottish poetry. Scots the world over celebrate his birthday every year.
LEVEL III.
I. Translate from Russian into English.
I. Книги - это настоящее сокровище в нашей жизни, это мудрость, накопленная веками. На земле нет людей, которые не любят книги. С раннего детства мы очарованы сказками и стихотворениями. В школьные годы у каждого появляется любимый приключенческий роман, полный тайн и храбрых героев. На уроках литературы мы изучаем басни, легенды, пьесы, исторические и военные произведения. Подростки обожают научную фантастику и расследование преступлений в детективах. Некоторые не боятся странных существ в рассказах-ужасах или сопереживают вместе с героями любовных романов. Образованные и интеллигентные люди предпочитают читать классиков. Многие думают, что эти романы скучны, зато они не содержат лжи. Такие произведения учат нас быть добрыми справедливыми и выполнять свой долг.
Урок №13
READING TEST.
STEPMOTHER.
(After J. Creenwood)
I was born at number Nineteen, Turnmill Street, London. My mother died when I was five years old. She died fifteen minutes after my sister Polly was born. As my father worked from morning till night, he had no time to look after me and Polly, so he married again soon. He married Mrs. Burke who was much younger and more good-looking than my mother. But I did not like my stepmother and she didn't like me. So we began to hate each other; but she didn't show her hatred when my father was at home. She beat me very often and she made me work very hard. From morning till night she found work for me to do. I looked after the baby. When she was awake, I took her for a walk, carrying her in my arms, and she was very heavy. I cleaned the rooms, went shopping, etc. There was always work for me to do.
One day a woman come to see my stepmother and they drank a lot of gin. All the money that my father had left for our dinner was spent. When the woman went home my stepmother said to me in tears, "Oh, what shall I do, Jimmy, dear, what shall I do? Your father will come home soon, and there is no dinner for him. He will beat me cruelly. What shall I do, what shall I do?" I was sorry for her, she had tears in her eyes, and she called me "Jimmy dear" for the first time. I asked her if I could help her and she said at once "Oh, yes you can help me! When your father comes home in the evening, Jimmy, dear, tell him that you lost the money he left for our dinner." "How could I lose it?" I asked in surprise. "You can tell him that I sent you to buy some food. Suddenly a big boy ran against you and the money felt out of your hand and you couldn't find it. That will be very easy to say, Jimmy, dear, please say it to your father!" "But he will give me a good beating for it!" "Oh, no, he won't! I shall not let him beat you, you may be sure! Here is a penny for you, go and by some sweets with it!"
So I went off and spent my penny on sweets. When I came back and opened the door, my father was at home waiting for me with his waist-belt in his hand. I wanted to run out of the room but he caught me by the ear. "Stop a minute, young man!" he said. "What have you done with the money?" "I lost it, father," said I in fear and looked at my stepmother. "Oh, you lost it! Where did you lose it?" "In the street,Father. Ask Mrs. Burke, she knows!" I told him what my stepmother had asked me to tell him. I was not much surprised that he didn't believe my story. But my stepmother's words surprised me very much. "Yes, he told me the same thing," she said, "but he is a liar! He has spent your money on sweets. I can't beat him, he is your child, but you can give him a good beating!" And she stood by while my father beat me with his belt till the blood showed. I hated my stepmother so much now that I wanted to see her dead.
Level I.
Put the facts into a correct order.
1. the death of the mother
2. the waste of money
3. the cruel beating of the boy
4. the boy's birth
5. the father's new marriage
6. hatred between the stepmother and the stepson
7. the deception of the father.
8. the birth of the boy's sister
Level II.
True or False?
1. The boy was born in England.
2. His mother died because she had been ill for a long time.
3. The stepmother always showed her hatred to the boy.
4. The boy spent all the money on sweets.
5. The boy was afraid that his father would beat him.
6. The father thought that his son was a liar.
Level III.
I. Choose the correct variant.
1. The boy's mother died after...
a) the father's death
b) his birth
c) his sister's birth
2. His father married again because...
a) Mrs. Burke was much younger and more good looking than his first wife
b) he couldn't look after the children
c) he had a lot of work
3. The stepmother made her stepson working all day long because...
a) there was a lot of work to do
b) she didn't like him very much
c) she worked hard herself
4. She spent all the money on ... one day.
a) drink
b) clothes
c) entertainment
5. The stepmother was "kind" to her stepson because...
a) she began to love him
b) she repented of her hatred to the stepson
c) she wanted him to take the blame upon himself
6. The father beat the boy cruelly because...
a) his son wanted to see his stepmother dead
b) his son cheated the stepmother
c) the stepmother cheated everybody
Урок №14
LISTENING TEST.
POET AND TRAVELLER9.
Nicolai Gumiliov was born in 1886. When a child he was a great reader and he began writing poems very early. Most of all the boy liked reading about far away countries and travelling. At the age of 12 he made his first journey when his family moved to Tiflis (now Tbilisi). Nicolai loved living in the South when the sun was so bright and the sky was so blue. In Tiflis he published his first poem in a real grown-up newspaper. The family returned to St. Petersburg where Nicolai went to grammar school. The boy wasn't among best students but the head of the school Innokenty Annensky a poet himself understood very early how talented the boy was. After finishing school Nikolai left home for Paris where he became the student of Sorbonne university. He continued to think about travelling. Most of all he wanted to see Africa. His father didn't like the idea and the young man secretly put some money his parents send him and in 1907 he went to Africa first to Egypt and then to Sudan. Before going away he wrote a lot of letters to his parents and asked his friends to send them to St. Petersburg to his parents as he didn't want them to worry about him.
Africa caught his imagination. He fell in love with it as soon as he saw it. He travelled about the continent more than once and helped to study the life and the culture of its peoples. The most important things, the new impressions made him write more wonderful poems.
Level I.
Write which of the statements are True and which are False.
1. In the poets early years his greatest pleasure was books.
2. The poet began to think about travelling after he visit Tiflis.
3. Tiflis was the place where Nikolai's poem first came out in print.
4. Nikolai was not an excellent pupil.
5. Annensky was an author.
6. Nikolai's father wanted his son to see the world, and gave him money to travel to Africa.
7. The poet didn't write to his parents from Africa.
8. The poet did some scientific work in Africa.
Level II.
Complete the sentences.
1. N. Gumiliov was born in ...
2. In the childhood he liked reading books about...
3. He made his first journey at the age of...
4. He went to school in...
5. The head master of the school knew ...
6. He left home to...
7. Beeing a student he secretly put some money for ...
8. He travelled about continent and ...
Level III.
Answer the questions.
1.What were Gumiliov's favourite activities in the childhood?
2.What books did he like to read?
3. When did he make his first journey?
4.Why did they come to St. Petersburg?
5What university did he study at?
6. What was Nikolai's dream?
7. Did his parents help him to visit Africa?
8. How did the travelling about Africa influence Gumilyov's works?
Урок №15
ORAL TEST.
Level I.
Be able to speak on the following topics using the plan.
1. The book is written by...
2. The title of the book...
3. It's ... (the type of the story)
4. The scene is laid in ...
5. The plot of the book ...
6. The characters ...
7. The book tells about ...
8. There are some ... episodes
9. I couldn't help ...
10. On the whole ...
11. It is worth reading ...
12. It teaches us ...
13. I advise you to read this book because ...
Level II.
Be able to speak on one of the following topics.
1. My favourite book.
2. My favourite writer.
Level III.
Be able to speak on one of the following topics.
1. Press in Britain and in Russia.
2. The role of books in our life.
3. My favourite book.
4. My favourite writer.
PRELIMINARY TEST1.
Draw the part of the intellectual map.
PRELIMINARY TEST2.
Draw the part of the intellectual map.
PRELIMINARY TEST 3.
Change the words in brackets according to their meaning in the sentence.
1. It's real ... when you have a lot of friends. (happy)
2. ... makes people reserved and unhappy. (lonely)
3. Tim saw my brother going along the road with a ... . (strange)
4. I began to appreciate the ... of my grandfather many years later. (wise)
5. I have a very strong ... that something terrible will happen. (feel)
6. ... is the age when a lot of actions are forgiven to you. (child)
7. I can see no ... in watching this boring documentary. (enjoy)
8. The ... in the hall was so narrow that such huge man could hardly get it through. (enter)
9. Her smile was very ... and we couldn't but agreed to do it. (fascinate)
10. Everything was silent. This ... helped me relax. (quite)
PRELIMINARY TEST 4
Choose the correct variant. 1. Adventure books were ... enough.
a) fascinate b) fascinating c) fascinated
2. Novels ... without interest are not useful.
a) reading b) are read c) read
3. Books ... in this shop are not expensive.
a) sold b) selling c) sell
4. A child ... by the fairy-tale couldn't say a word.
a) impresses b) impressed c) impressing
5. My sister is the girl ... the picture on the blackboard.
a) drawn b) drawing c) draws
6. This boy revises the poem ... it to himself.
a) whispers b) whispered c) whispering
7. I was sitting straight ... the beating of my heart.
a) felt b) feeling c) feel
8. The man ... the room was very frighten.
a) enters b) entering c) entered
9. Books ... many years ago are still popular today.
a) written b) writing c) write
10. The film ... his youth had a great success.
a) showed b) showing c) shown
PRELIMINARY TEST5.
Fill in the gaps in the sentences using the words on topic "Press"
1. It was very difficult to ... his living at the age of 14.
2. Her ... knowledge of English helped her to get this job.
3. There was an interesting ... in the magazine describing the bad habits of young generation.
4. The text was ... on both sides of the paper.
5. His ... collection of books contained both classical and modern authors.
6. The crowd was so huge that I was ... away on the other side of the road.
7. He got money ... newspapers and magazines.
8. She ... so quickly that my eyes couldn't follow her fingers.
9. I can't believe that this sensational book is so ... . 10. The book ... in 1916 is a real rarity.
11. Are you ... with your geographical report?
PRELIMINARY TEST 6.
Translate the phrases and sentences from Russian into English.
A: моё любимое занятие, печать (на компьютере), статья о редких видах птиц, заработать хорошие деньги, издавать ежемесячный журнал, дешёвая газета, печатать при помощи печатного станка, частная школа.
В: У Джона есть свой личный самолёт. Ты закончил работать со статьями? Я никогда не писал статьи в газеты и журналы. Нижняя строчка на этой странице плохо пропечатана. Он опубликовал результаты своего исследования? Я не думаю, что частные университеты - лучшие в стране. Он сам зарабатывает себе на жизнь.
PRELIMINARY TEST7.
Read the sentences and define if the Gerund or Participle I was used there.
1. Famous writers don't need introducing themselves.
2. The girl sitting next to the window is our best pupil.
3. Everybody liked the idea of publishing his first novel.
4. Instead of telling the truth he boy went on lying.
5. Knowing Chinese he interpreted the speech perfectly.
6. They had a wonderful time visiting this exhibition.
7. Typing letters demands concentration.
8. Sue spends all the time enjoying herself at different parties.
9. Speaking the phone he failed to see the guests off.
10. We don't mind his living alone.
PRELIMINARY TEST 8.
Guess the words through their definitions or synonyms.
1. obligation, something what is necessary to do
2. boldness, bravery
3. to keep something
4. to study the facts carefully in order to find the criminal
5. thankful, grateful
6. something that happened in a period of time
7. to cheat, tell false information
8. to get to some place
9. honest and just
10. not to know exactly, not to be sure
11. to make something that hadn't been known before
12. a thing that helps to prove something
PRELIMINARY TEST9.
Read the text and correct the mistakes (24) in it.
William Shakespeare is a famous drama writer. His works are often publishing in one single book and it is not a large one. Perhaps some may wonder why Shakespeare has become fame as one of the great poets. It would be very difficult to give a brief explain. But you'll immediate see why he has earned this praise. Read his books you understand that nobody could say a word in a better way. Shakespeare's plays are fascinated and wonderfully interested. His history works tell the stories of the early English kings: of poor, weak Richard II, clever Henry IV and bravely Henry V. Others telling the stories of the ancient world: the murder of Julius Caesar; Mark Anthony, the Roman General, who lost an empire through his own weak and foolishness. Other plays recount the tales of imagine characters: of the nobleman Othello who murdered his innocent wife after listen to lies of an evil man, of Romeo and Juliet whose love was an example to follow.
Shakespeare seemed to know human nature through. The characters in his plays seem like live people. There are so many heroes among them: fine soldiers, not too clever countrymen, tender ladies and tigers in women clothing. Shakespeare show us every kind of man and woman, good and bad touches all our feelings from sorrow sad to joyous. We can not help feel sorry when we see poor King Lear making mad by the cruelty of his two daughters and we laugh at the misadventures of the fat and funny Falstaff.
Last of all though Shakespeare wrote his plays only for amuse of those who went to see them they contain many good morals and ethic lessons. They can help those who read them to be better, wiser and happy.
PRELIMINARY TEST10.
REVISION.
WORD FORMATION.
Change the words according to their meaning in the sentences.
The History of Writing.
The ... of writing gave a huge advantage to the world and 1.develop
we might see it as the ... of the media. 2. begin
Pieces of pottery with marks on have been ... in China. 3. covered
Hieroglyphics and other forms of picture ... developed in the 4. write
area around Mesopotamia where the ancient Sumerian ... 5. civilize
was based. However the Phoenicians had the first true alphabet. It had 22 letters and was in ...for 1000years. The first 2 signs 6. use
were called "aleph" and "beth" which in Greek became "alpha" and "beta". The modern ... alphabet is based on the Greek 7. Europe
and spread to other countries under the Romans. A number of changes took place as the time passed. The Romans added the
letter G, and the letters J and V were ... to people in 8. known
Shakespeare's time. If we look into the history of punctuation we also find some ... 9. interest
facts. The Romans used to write quaesto at the end of the sentence to show that it was a question. They started to write Qo
in place of the whole word and then put the Q above the o. In the end that became the question mark "?"
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