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« Ответ #383 : 19 Июнь 2017, 20:19:11 »
LESSON 4. Holidays and Days off

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« Ответ #381 : 18 Июнь 2017, 20:13:57 »

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« Ответ #380 : 17 Июнь 2017, 20:35:16 »

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« Ответ #379 : 17 Июнь 2017, 15:04:17 »
LESSON 5. Sports and Health
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« Ответ #378 : 17 Июнь 2017, 13:50:16 »
Lesson 5
Sports and Health

1. Read the text to the Teacher

1. Most young people go in for sports because they enjoy it. It may be walking, cycling, skiing or skating. It may be a game of some kind – football, basketball, volleyball, hockey, golf or tennis.
Most older people go in for sports because they understand they must have physical activity. Sportsmen need to do physical exercises regularly. If you don’t practice, you will have a weak body and little energy.

2. To keep physically fit, doctors recommend from 30 to 60 minutes of exercise every day. The best activities are running, swimming, cycling and skiing.
It is also very healthy to spend time outside, breathing fresh air.
Start walking, jogging or cycling. These are very important parts of a healthy lifestyle as they help to keep your muscles active and your blood flowing. If you need to keep your knees strong then cycling is your choice!

3. Not everyone has the time or money to go to the gym and there is no need to. Working out at home is very easy and can also be very useful. Some at-home exercises include: push-ups, pull-ups or yoga.

                                 
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 4. Don’t eat any junk food. It is one of the most important components of a fit lifestyle. Many people ignore it, but if you exercise and eat a lot of junk food you will not get any fitter. Junk food contains little nutrition and much sugar. After eating junk food you will be tired. You shouldn’t eat many donuts, cakes, cookies, pudding, fried foods or mayonnaise.
You need to eat healthy and maintain a balanced diet. It can increase energy and productivity, boost your health and make you a happier person because you will be consuming the nutrients and vitamins your body needs. Foods to eat are: fresh fruit and vegetables, grains, organic meats and food high in protein.

5. Triathlon is a sport that consists of three parts, swimming, cycling and running. Athletes race against each other. They swim first, cycle second and run last. A popular triathlon event is the Sprint Triathlon. It is a shorter race. It is half the distance of the triathlon of the Olympics. If you think that this is too short for you, you can try the Ironman Triathlon. In the Ironman competition athletes swim for 3.86 km, cycle for 180 km and then run for 42.2 km! The fastest athletes can finish an Ironman Triathlon in just over eight hours!

6. Football is a popular sport played all over the world. It is the national sport of most European and Latin American countries and of many other nations. Millions of people in more than 140 countries play football. Football is played in the Olympics. Games similar to football were played in China as early as 400 ВС.  Egyptians played a kind of football, too. They played games involving the kicking of a ball. In about 200 AD the Romans played a game in which two teams tried to score by advancing a ball across a line on the field. The Romans passed the ball to one another but they never kicked it. One of the most important football events nowadays is the World Championship. The 2018 FIFA World Cup will be held in Moscow from 14 June to 18 July. This will be the first World Cup ever held in Eastern Europe.
 

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« Ответ #377 : 16 Июнь 2017, 23:06:27 »
     Friendship is a type of relationship between two people who care about each other.  Friendship is wonderful and it seems to be easy, but it is not always so. It demands time and effort, and it requires that people put someone other than themselves first sometimes. But in exchange for that work, a friend can get an immense amount of support and comfort in good times and in bad times, too. Many qualities are necessary for a good friendship, including honesty, trustworthiness, loyalty and unconditional acceptance. A friendship can make both people in the relationship happy; both people can have fun when they spend time together. However, human beings can clash very easily and friendship can be destroyed. It's possible that friendship can exist between two people at one stage of life, but life changes and you feel friendship is impossible at another stage.


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« Ответ #376 : 16 Июнь 2017, 22:50:31 »
Lesson I
The School I Go To

1. Read the text to your friend
Text 1

       I am Peter Brook. I am nine. I go to school and I am a third grade pupil.
      The school I go to is Modern Education School. It is situated in the centre of Moscow. I live in the centre, too. It takes me fifteen minutes to walk to the school аnd it takes me twenty minutes to come to the school by car.

Text 2

      I go to school every day. I don’t go to school on Saturdays and Sundays. On Saturdays and Sundays I stay at home.
      We have many subjects in the school. They are: Russian, Literature, Mathematics, English, P.E. (Physical Education) and other subjects.
      My favourite subject is P.E. I like it best of all. We jump, jog, play different games at the P.E. Lessons.

Text 3

       I am a schoolboy / schoolgirl and I am nine. I am in the second grade. I have just come to the classroom. My friends and I are sitting at our tables and waiting for the teacher. Our teacher always comes on time. He never comes late. He is very nice and kind. I like my teacher very much.

Text 4

Today is Monday and the time is 9 am. I am at school and my lessons start at 9.30 am. I like going to school. There, I meet my friends. We learn and play together. It is always fun when you study and play with your friends.

Text 5

We speak English at Modern Education School. We can read and write in English too. We also listen to different texts in English.
Now, we are having an English lesson. We are going to read, write and speak English with our English teacher.


Text 6

    There is much English in Modern Education School. We speak English, we read English stories, we listen to disks, and we write exercises.
    We also play different English and Russian games and sing songs.
    I am having an English class now. I am listening to a disk and want to understand it. My friend is listening to the disk, too. He understands everything!

Text 7

    It’s nine o’clock in the morning. I have just left my home and I am walking to the school now.
    Modern Education school is situated in the centre. I live in centre, too and it takes me fifteen minutes to walk to the school.
     My friend lives in the suburbs of Moscow. He gets to the school by car. It takes him half an hour to come to Maly Golovin side–street where Modern Education school is situated.

Text 8

    We are having an English class now. We are sitting at the tables and waiting for the teacher.
    The teacher has just come and said: “Hello, guys. How are you?” We answered: “Hello, Yemi. We are fine. And how are you?”
    Yemi has been teaching us English for half a year now. We speak, read, write, learn and sing English songs with him.
    Yemi is a native speaker.

Text 9

    I started going to Modern Education School two years ago. Now I am a third grade pupil.
    I learn many subjects: Russian, Literature, Mathematics, English and many others. My favorite subject is Mathematics. I like Russian and English, too.

Text 10

I have a friend. His name is Alex. He is nine. We study in the same class. He sits next to me. We play together at break time. WE live on the same street, so we see each other very often during the weekends.

Oxford High School for Girls, the oldest girls’ school, is a leading independent day school for girls aged 4 – 18. The school is a unique community where each student is nurtured as an individual, whilst experiencing outstanding learning opportunities, within and beyond curriculum. The supportive and dynamic environment enables the students to achieve exceptive academic results and they leave the school as interested and interesting young women prepared to play their part in an ever-changing world.
Recently the school authorities announced they are planning to introduce tests in which it is impossible to get 100%. The school is said to be considering such tests in Maths. The idea is to prevent students’ obsession with being ‘Little Miss Perfect’. The day school, which charges fees of almost 4,000 pounds a term and last year had an eighty-nine per cent A-A pass rate at A-Levels, will be the first to run the initiative which could then be rolled out to other girls’ schools across the country.

Girls and boys during Victorian times learned together in primary schools, but were separated in secondary schools. Together they learned reading, writing, arithmetic, spelling and drill. Boys learned technology including woodwork, math and technical drawing to help with work in factories, workshops or the army when they grew up. Girls had lessons in cooking and sewing to prepare for housework and motherhood.
Children were often taught by copying and repeating what the teacher told them. Lessons included teaching in right and wrong, and the Christian religion. Discipline in schools was often strict and children were beaten for even minor wrongdoings. A teacher could also punish a child by making them stand in the corner wearing a ‘dunce’s cap’. Another very boring punishment was ‘writing lines’. This meant writing out the same sentence such as ‘Schooldays are the happiest days of my life’ 100 times or more.

Outdoor education usually refers to organized learning that takes place in the outdoors. Outdoor education programs sometimes involve residential or journey wilderness-based experiences in which students participate in a variety of adventurous challenges and outdoor activities such as hiking, climbing, canoeing, ropes courses and group games. Outdoor education draws upon the philosophy, theory, and practices of experiential education and environmental education. Forest School is an approach to outdoor learning which supports the development of self-esteem and confidence using a natural environment. Common definitions of outdoor education are difficult to achieve because interpretations vary according to culture, philosophy, and local conditions. However, outdoor education often uses or draws upon these related elements and informs these areas.

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« Ответ #375 : 16 Июнь 2017, 22:44:29 »
Lesson III
The Games I Play (Real Games and Computer Games)
1. Read the text to your friend

Text 1

I’m Ben. I’m 15. I go to Modern Education School. I’m a seventh grade pupil. I study English, Literature, Mathematics and Computer. I also like computer games. But I like jumping, running and playing table-tennis more!
Playing computer games is not very interesting for me.

Text 2

I'm George. I’m only ten, but know how to work on the Computer and of course how to play computer games. I like to play computer games very much. My eldest brother Tom has many up-to-date gadgets and many computer games. I don't have many games because I’m only ten. I love to work and to play on my computer!!!

Text 3

      I am a happy boy (girl). I am only twelve, but I’ve already learnt how to read, write, do Mathematics, work on the Computer and more things. I speak some English and understand it. I am good at P.E. (Physical Education), singing and acting. I like sports.

Text 4

My name is George. I’m twelve and I can’t live without computer games. My favourite game is Minecraft. My mother says she doesn’t want me to play computer games all day. She wants me to be healthy and intelligent! So I have to do sports every day, too!

Text 5

I’m thirteen and I hate computer games. Computer games are so boring. My friends always play different computer games, but I don't like playing them. My friends don’t understand that they have become inactive and not physically fit!

Text 6

People have been making words and scoring points in Scrabble games since 1948. Two, three or four people compete against each other. Each player has seven tiles. Players take turns making words using these tiles. Each tile has a letter on it. Words are placed on the Scrabble board either horizontally or vertically. Some letters are worth more points. The game ends when all the tiles have been used. The winner of the game is the player with the most points

Text 7

You can test your logic skills by solving sudoku puzzles! Each sudoku puzzle is a grid made of 81 squares. There are nine squares in each row and nine squares in each column. This grid also has nine smaller grids in it. Each small grid has nine squares in it.Some of the squares have numbers from 1 to 9 in them. You solve the puzzle by writing a number in each empty square. You can find these puzzles in most newspapers and online.

Today's video game worlds are so detailed they give the player a realistic and rewarding experience. People think this may affect real-life behaviour and ask whether life-like computer games are a good thing; especially games where the player takes on active roles like pulling a trigger in first person shooter games to simulate armed battle. Modern characters have become more like people than cartoons, the language has become more colloquial and the sound effects are now more realistic. For these reasons concerns have been raised about links to aggressive behavior. Worried parents have welcomed computer game classification whereby games are given similar ratings as films so that parents can monitor what their children are playing with. There is no existing evidence that proves a link between an increase in computer game violence and aggressive or violent behaviour in children, but the question still arises: should it be acceptable for computer games to depict graphic scenes of violence?

Curling is a sport in which players slide stones on a sheet of ice towards a target area which is segmented into four concentric circles. Two teams, each with four players, take turns sliding heavy, polished granite stones, also called rocks, across the ice curling sheet towards the house, a circular target marked on the ice. Each team has eight stones. The purpose is to accumulate the highest score for a game; points are scored for the stones resting closest to the centre of the house at the conclusion of each end, which is completed when both teams have thrown all of their stones. A game usually consists of eight or ten ends. The curler can induce a curved path by causing the stone to slowly turn as it slides, and the path of the rock may be further influenced by two sweepers with brooms who accompany it as it slides down the sheet, using the brooms to alter the state of the ice in front of the stone. A great deal of strategy and teamwork go into choosing the ideal path and placement of a stone for each situation.

Association football, more commonly known as football or soccer, is a team sport played between two teams of eleven players with a spherical ball. It is played by 250 million players in over 200 countries and dependencies, making it the world's most popular sport. The game is played on a rectangular field with a goal at each end. The object of the game is to score by getting the ball into the opposing goal. Players are not allowed to touch the ball with their hands or arms while it is in play, unless they are goalkeepers, and then only when within their penalty area. Other players mainly use their feet to strike or pass the ball, but may also use their head or torso. The team that scores the most goals by the end of the match wins. If the score is level at the end of the game, either a draw is declared or the game goes into extra time or a penalty shootout depending on the format of the competition. Within the English-speaking world, association football is now usually called football in the United Kingdom and mainly soccer in Canada and the United States. People in other countries use either or both terms.

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« Ответ #374 : 16 Июнь 2017, 22:28:46 »
                                                                          Lesson 2

My Friends

 1. Read the text to the teacher



     1. I have a friend. His name is George. He is ten. He goes to Modern Education School, too. He is a fourth grade pupil there.
     I like to play games with George: to jump, to jog and to sing songs.
     We meet during the breaks between lessons and have a good time together.



   2.  I have a friend. He is my neighbour and lives next door to me. I go to Modern Education School but he goes to a state school.
    The subjects he learns there are Russian, Literature, Mathematics, P.E. (Physical Education) and others. His favorite subject is Russian. He likes it best of all. He likes to read books, and to play computer games.
    We meet after school and on Sundays. I am going to give him a call now.



3. I have three friends. We are neighbours. They live next door to me. We walk to the school together and it takes us fifteen minutes to get here.
     If we go by car, it takes us half an hour because of the traffic.  We study together and we play together. Now we are listening to this story and laughing.
     We like to have a good time and laugh together.



4. My favourite subject is Literature because this is the favourite subject of my best friend, Stacy. Stacy is a beautiful girl, clever and intelligent. She likes literature lessons very much. She also plays table-tennis very well. When she grows up, she wants to become a professional tennis player.


5. It’s eight o’clock. Monday morning. I don't like Mondays and I don't like to get up early. School starts at 9:30. It takes me 10 minutes to get to my school. My best friend lives in the suburbs of Moscow, that’s why I walk to my school and my friend uses the bus. It takes him one hour to get to the school. We meet in the school and go to our classroom together.


6. My friends are George, Nick and Stella. We are neighbours. They live next door to me. We walk to the school together and it takes us fifteen minutes to get there.
     If we go by car, it takes us half an hour because of the traffic.  We study together and we play together. Now we are listening to this story and laughing.
     We like to have a good time and laugh together.



 7. It is nine twenty five. Monday morning. I’ve just come into the school and I’m looking for my friends.
     They live in the suburbs of Moscow and it takes them much time to get here by car because of the traffic.
     Oh! Here they are! Coming together, Nick and Stella. They are just in time. We are having English in five minutes.



     8. We are having an English class now. We are sitting at the tables, listening to the disk and speaking English to the teacher. 
     We are friends! Mary, Alla, Stacy and I. We are happy when we have English Lessons. We learn a lot there and have a good time!



 9. I live in the center of Moscow and I go to Modern Education School. My friends, Alex and Polly, live in the suburbs. It takes them two hours to get here.
Alex is 9 years old and Polly is 10. They are fourth grade pupils. They often help me to do my homework.



 10. We are having an English class now. We are sitting at the tables, listening to the disk and speaking English to the teacher. 
     We are friends! Mary, Alla, Stacy and I. We are happy when we have English Lessons. We learn a lot there and have a good time!



11. The internet is great for many reasons. We use the Internet now to chat with each other or other friends on Facebook. Nowadays, it is easier to meet a friend online than in real life. Surprisingly, the Internet is also changing peoples’ travel patterns. Being able to connect online with family and friends is now the top priority for travelers, research shows. Over half of British pet owners have admitted to Skyping their pets while travelling and a quarter of parents have used visual communicative methods like Skype and Face Time to read their children a bedtime story. Internet access is now of the highest importance to the modern traveler. Connecting with the loved ones online is also a method of choice these days – almost a half of the surveyed population would prefer to communicate with people back home over the Internet rather than using the phone or going out. Wi-Fi access also appears to have a direct impact on travelers’ happiness, with the majority saying that free Internet would make them happier while travelling on business.

12. Friendship is a type of relationship between two people who care about each other. In other words, friendship is wonderful, and much ink has been spilled in citing the virtues of having friends. That's not to say friendship is easy, though. It demands time and effort, and it requires that people put someone other than themselves first sometimes. But in exchange for that work, a friend can provide an immense amount of support and comfort in good times and in bad. Many qualities are necessary for a good friendship, including honesty, trustworthiness, loyalty and unconditional acceptance. A friendship should make both people in the relationship happy; both people should have fun when they spend time together. However, human beings can clash very easily, which is why it's hard for some people to maintain many friendships. It's possible that friendship can exist between two people at one stage of life, but life changes and personal growth may make friendship impossible at another stage.

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« Ответ #373 : 16 Июнь 2017, 22:18:32 »
Lesson 5
Sports and Health

1. Read the text to the Teacher

1. Most young people go in for sports because they enjoy it. It may be walking, cycling, skiing or skating. It may be a game of some kind – football, basketball, volleyball, hockey, golf or tennis.
Most older people go in for sports because they understand they must have physical activity. Sportsmen need to do physical exercises regularly. If you don’t practice, you will have a weak body and little energy.
2. To keep physically fit, doctors recommend from 30 to 60 minutes of exercise every day. The best activities are running, swimming, cycling and skiing.
It is also very healthy to spend time outside, breathing fresh air.
Start walking, jogging or cycling. These are very important parts of a healthy lifestyle as they help to keep your muscles active and your blood flowing. If you need to keep your knees strong then cycling is your choice!
3. Not everyone has the time or money to go to the gym and there is no need to. Working out at home is very easy and can also be very useful. Some at-home exercises include: push-ups, pull-ups or yoga.

                                 
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4.      Don’t eat any junk food. It is one of the most important components of a fit lifestyle. Many people ignore it, but if you exercise and eat a lot of junk food you will not get any fitter. Junk food contains little nutrition and much sugar. After eating junk food you will be tired. You shouldn’t eat many donuts, cakes, cookies, pudding, fried foods or mayonnaise.
You need to eat healthy and maintain a balanced diet. It can increase energy and productivity, boost your health and make you a happier person because you will be consuming the nutrients and vitamins your body needs. Foods to eat are: fresh fruit and vegetables, grains, organic meats and food high in protein.

5.      Triathlon is a sport that consists of three parts, swimming, cycling and running. Athletes race against each other. They swim first, cycle second and run last. A popular triathlon event is the Sprint Triathlon. It is a shorter race. It is half the distance of the triathlon of the Olympics. If you think that this is too short for you, you can try the Ironman Triathlon. In the Ironman competition athletes swim for 3.86 km, cycle for 180 km and then run for 42.2 km! The fastest athletes can finish an Ironman Triathlon in just over eight hours!

6.      Dominoes are pieces of wood, plastic, cardboard or bone that are called tiles. The tiles are rectangular and each one has two square halves. Dominoes have dots on them. They look like flattened dice.There is a large number of different games that use dominoes. Some of the games are simple, easy games. Other games are more complex and they require skill and strategy. Most of the games involve matching squares with the same number of dots. Dominoes are known throughout the world. 


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7.      In the study conducted in 2012, two per cent of Britons declared they were vegetarians. Fewer than one per cent described themselves as vegan. Many more people are ‘meat reducers’ or ‘meat avoiders’, who cut down on meat. Meat minimization for a long time is considered as the perfect recipe for a long life but a new study suggests that not all the foods that make up the Mediterranean diet carry the same benefits. The researchers found out that eating large amounts of fish and seafood or the low levels of dairy traditionally associated with the diet did little to lengthen life span. However, eating large amounts of fruit, vegetables and using olive oil while keeping red meat consumption to a minimum did add up to a recipe for a longer life. The scientists claim that it is the first study to identify which individual parts of the diet might contribute the most to a long life. Previous research has found that sticking to the diet can protect the brain against developing Alzheimer’s, cut the chances of developing heart disease and even reduce the risk of cancer.


8.      Your body requires nutrients in order to function properly. In living, we consume energy which keeps our organs functioning and brains thinking. By consuming energy, our body is using up the energy it gets from the nutrients we consume when we eat. So what foods should you eat to help your body function at its best? When you consider the wide range of nutrients the human body needs to grow and to be health, it may not be surprising that three-fourths of the world population does not meet daily recommended dietary allowances. Protein is necessary for growth and repair, but most adults in wealthy countries eat too much of it. Most of us should cut down on meat and fish. Carbohydrates are a source of energy. Get them from cereal products and fresh fruit rather that from sweet foods.
There are two kinds of fats. Avoid saturated fats found in animal products (butter, cheese, meat). It can raise blood cholesterol. Unsaturated fats, found in vegetable oils, nuts and seeds are much better for health. Calcium is essential to healthy bones. Dairy products and eggs are the best-known sources.


9.      Teenage years come with a lot of pressures, including the pressures to fit in and do well in school. With school, sports, social life, finding the time to lead a healthy lifestyle can be challenging. For every teenager, it’s important to remember that the healthy habits you adopt now will stay with you throughout the rest of your life. Taking care of your body is important in maintaining good health in the long run. To remain healthy as a teen, maintain a healthy weight. Regular exercise and good eating habits are crucial to your health and well-being. Teens should daily get 60 minutes of physical activity. Exercise can include aerobics, flexibility exercises and strength training. Good eating habits are also important in maintaining a healthy weight. Eat a variety of foods, and remember it’s okay to have an occasional treat. Consider eating at least five serving of fruits and vegetables each day. Avoid bad habits – including tobacco, drug and alcohol use. These products can have long-term effects on your health.



2. Asking questions


 You are considering attending a fitness club and now you'd like to get more information. In 1.5 minutes you are to ask five direct questions to find out about the following:

1) Ask why most young people go in for sports.
2) Ask what sportsmen need to do regularly.
3) Ask how long doctors recommend to exercise every day. 
4) Ask what your choice is when you need to keep your knees strong.
5) Ask if there is need to go to the gym.

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1) Ask what the most important component of a fit lifestyle is.
2) Ask why a balanced diet will increase your energy and productivity.
3) Ask how many parts triathlon consists of.
4) Ask how the dominoes look like.
5) Ask when modern dominoes first appeared.

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1) opening hours of the club
2) subscription fee
3) health programs
4) the instructors’ experience
5) number of training machines


3. Describe the pictures

Describe a picture according to the suggested plan:
These pictures are from your school life. Choose one and give a talk on it according to the following plan:
1) where and when the picture was taken
2) who and what is in the picture
3) what is happening in the picture
4) why you've decided to keep the picture in your album
5) why you've decided to show the picture to your friend



4. Compare and contrast the pictures

Comparing pictures according to the suggested plan:
1) give a brief description of pictures (action and location)
2) say what the pictures have in common
3) say in what ways the pictures are different
4) say which picture you prefer
5) explain why

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« Ответ #372 : 14 Июнь 2017, 13:19:20 »
  *Сравнение с вариантами, предлагаемыми в ЕГЭ:

1. Imagine that you are preparing a project with your friend. You have found some interesting material for the presentation
    and you want to read this text to your friend. You have 1.5 minutes to read the text silently, then be ready to read it out
    aloud. You will not have more than 1.5 minutes to read it.

2. You are considering visiting the city and now you'd like to get more information. In 1.5 minutes you are to ask five direct
    questions to find out the following:

3. These are photos from your photo album. Choose one photo to describe to your friend.

    You will have to start speaking in 1.5 minutes and will speak for not more than 2 minutes (12–15 sentences). In your talk r
    remember to speak about:
 
   • where and when the photo was taken
   • what/who is in the photo
   • what is happening
   • why you keep the photo in your album
   • why you decided to show the picture to your friend
 
   You have to talk continuously, starting with: "I’ve chosen photo number … ".

4. Study the two photographs. In 1.5 minutes be ready to compare and contrast the photographs:
 
   • give a brief description of the photos (action, location)
   • say what the pictures have in common
   • say in what way the pictures are different
   • say which of the concerts presented in the pictures you’d prefer
   • explain why
 
   You will speak for not more than 2 minutes (12–15 sentences). You have to talk continuously.

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« Ответ #371 : 14 Июнь 2017, 12:37:09 »
Как приспособить ЕГЭ и ОГЭ к реальной жизни

Предисловие
Старый вариант!

          Упражнения, на основании которых проводится общегосударственная проверка подготовки человека к реальной жизни в нашей стране, классическая педагогика использовала для первичной презентации и «обработки» нового учебного материала. По-английски это – «multiple choice» и «fill in».
          Введение говорения в вышеназванные госэкзамены продвинуло их (ЕГЭ и ОГЭ) на более приближенный к реальной жизни человека уровень. Говорение здесь строго алгоритмизировано и производится не с человеком (пока!?), а с компьютером.
          Что предлагаем мы в создавшихся условиях?
          Алгоритмизированную часть использовать как таковую в целях тренировки человека на аналогичные упражнения единых госэкзаменов. При этом содержание предлагаемого учебного материала (активная лексика и грамматика) и уровень его сложности определяется уровнем группы.
          Алгоритмизированная часть состоит из следующих упражнений* :
          1.   Чтение текста учителю;
          2.   Постановка вопросов в разных жизненных ситуациях;
          3.   Описание картинок в соответствии с предложенным планом;
          4.   Сравнение картинок в соответствии с предложенным планом.
          Выше предложенный план осуществляется в ЛУРе (лингафонном кабинете) соответственно методике работы, отработанной в Школе-ВУЗе для данного вида учебной деятельности.
          Пройдя серию подобных уроков – алгоритмов, учащийся получает навык выполнения заданий ЕГЭ и ОГЭ и, одновременно, проходит стадию подготовки к реальной «свободной» речи.

          Обучение последней происходит во второй части занятия, для проведения которой учащиеся приглашаются за стол в галерее психологической разгрузки (или в читальном зале «Возвращаем человека к чтению»), где проводится «свободная беседа» по уже проработанному материалу (описание картинки, беседа по прочитанным текстам) + выражение точки зрения, высказывания, основанные на собственном опыте, а также проводится работа по учебному пособию «The Art of Communication».
          Домашнее задание
          письменно:
а) вспомнить и записать текст, прочтенный на занятии;
б) вспомнить и описать картинки, проработанные на занятии;
          устно:
а) подготовить монолог по теме занятия на одну минуту звучания;
б) подготовить ситуацию по теме учебного пособия «The Art of Communication».

          Заключительный этап программы «Как приспособить ЕГЭ и ОГЭ к реальной жизни» может быть выполнен перед экраном компьютера, в режиме ЕГЭ-тренажер, который уже опробован и утвержден в нашей школе.


          *Сравнение с вариантами, предлагаемыми в ЕГЭ.

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« Ответ #370 : 12 Июнь 2017, 00:17:11 »
     ДАСу. Выделила (чёрным и курсивом) в тексте "Громыко" мысли, которые считаю очень нужными для нас.  Please, get prepared for discussion.

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« Ответ #369 : 11 Июнь 2017, 10:03:11 »
     ДАСу. Выделила (чёрным и курсивом) в тексте "Громыко" мысли, которые считаю очень нужными для нас.  Please, get prepared for discussion.