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Re: Рабочие материалы V.B.
« Ответ #1164 : 08 Февраль 2018, 00:17:32 »
 
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    Стихи все - культурный код!!! Конечно же, приветствую! Однако будет длинновато:
    -речь ведущих,
    -отрывок из нашего шедевра "Что такое любовь",
    -чтение классиков,
    -выступления наших школьных поэтов и прозаиков,
    -выступления гостей,
    - еще что-нибудь нарисуется.
   
Предлагаю сократить за счёт Анны Ахматовой, Бориса Пастернака. И даже  стихи Есенина подсократить. Из Шекспира оставила бы сонет 90 и, страшно сказать, предложила бы прочитать его на английском.

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Re: Рабочие материалы V.B.
« Ответ #1163 : 07 Февраль 2018, 17:48:29 »
 

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Re: Рабочие материалы V.B.
« Ответ #1162 : 07 Февраль 2018, 09:39:58 »
Набросок речи ведущего

Дорогие друзья!
1 ведущий Сегодня мы отмечаем наш традиционный праздник «День Любви и Добра». Мы празднуем его уже в течение многих лет,  потому что хотим верить, что Добро победить Зло,  а Любовь победит Ненависть. Об этом мы рассказываем в нашем сериале «Любовь против Ненависти». Уже снято 6 серий.
 Как вы знаете,  мы начали наш праздник с самого утра. Как обычно, к нам приходит Афродита с Купидоном (Афродиточки и Купидончики)
Мы провели ролевую игру "English party" ,  к  которой готовились в  течение долгого времени. Это не только игра, а  занятие  которое обучает тому,  как  общаться в  этом  мире. А сейчас мы  присутствуем на  званном  вечере  при свечах. Такого мы  ещё не проводили. Мы вспоминаем классиков  мировой  и русской  литературы.
2 ведущий перечисляет классиков


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Re: Рабочие материалы V.B.
« Ответ #1161 : 06 Февраль 2018, 22:59:25 »
Из представленных фотографий для размещения на сайте и стендах предлагаю выбрать следующие:
Фото 8, 21. Восьмиклассники отрабатывают технику выразительного чтения в ЛУРе.
Фото 43. Обсуждаем прочитанный текст в комнате общения.
Фото 40. Родителям восьмиклассников, пришедшим на открытый урок, тоже нравится.
Фото 53, 56. Описываем иллюстрации к басням Крылова. Это весело.
Фото 66. Урок закончен, а расходиться не хочется.

    Oxane. Couldn't agree more. Буквальный перевод - "более, чем согласна".

     

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Re: Рабочие материалы V.B.
« Ответ #1160 : 05 Февраль 2018, 22:46:25 »
Из представленных фотографий для размещения на сайте и стендах предлагаю выбрать следующие:
Фото 8, 21. Восьмиклассники отрабатывают технику выразительного чтения в ЛУРе.
Фото 43. Обсуждаем прочитанный текст в комнате общения.
Фото 40. Родителям восьмиклассников, пришедшим на открытый урок, тоже нравится.
Фото 53, 56. Описываем иллюстрации к басням Крылова. Это весело.
Фото 66. Урок закончен, а расходиться не хочется.

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Re: Рабочие материалы V.B.
« Ответ #1159 : 05 Февраль 2018, 14:58:58 »

Вниманию родителей!

   
  В Школе-ВУЗе "Современное образование" проходят открытые уроки по подготовке к устной части государственной итоговой аттестации с использованием нашего учебно-методического пособия «КАК ПРИСПОСОБИТЬ ЕГЭ И ОГЭ К РЕАЛЬНОЙ ЖИЗНИ».
    Открытые уроки русского языка по подготовке к итоговому собеседованию уже состоялись.
   На этой неделе мы приглашаем вас на уроки английского языка по подготовке к устной части ОГЭ и ЕГЭ!
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Re: Рабочие материалы V.B.
« Ответ #1158 : 02 Февраль 2018, 16:58:59 »
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Re: Рабочие материалы V.B.
« Ответ #1157 : 31 Январь 2018, 23:02:26 »
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« Ответ #1156 : 31 Январь 2018, 22:35:15 »
Cinderella for Beginners

 Once upon a time, there lived a beautiful girl. She was very unhappy. Her mother died when she was a child, and her father married another woman. She lived with her stepmother and two stepsisters. They didn’t like the girl and treated her very badly. She had to work all day, and only at the end of it, she could have a rest for some time by the fire, near the cinders. This is why she was called Cinderella. She also had a cat, and liked to spend much time talking to it.

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« Ответ #1155 : 31 Январь 2018, 22:18:05 »
Cinderella for Beginners

 Once upon a time, there lived a beautiful girl. She was very unhappy. Her mother died when she was a child, and her father married another woman. She lived with her stepmother and two stepsisters. They didn’t like the girl and treated her very badly. She had to work all day, and only at the end of it, she could have a rest for some time by the fire, near the cinders. This is why she was called Cinderella. She also had a cat, and liked to spend much time talking to it.

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Re: Рабочие материалы V.B.
« Ответ #1154 : 30 Январь 2018, 23:11:33 »
    Once upon a time, there was a beautiful girl. She was an unhappy young girl. Her mother died when she was a child, and her father married another woman. A widow with two daughters. She lived with her wicked stepmother and two stepsisters. They treated that girl very badly. She had to work all day, and only at the end of it, she was allowed to rest for a while in front of the fire, near the cinders. That's why she was called Cinderella. The only living being she was talking with was a cat.

    One day, they were invited for a grand ball in the king’s palace. But Cinderella’s stepmother would not let her go. Cinderella was made to wash the dishes, scrub the floors and turn down the beds for her sisters. Her stepmother and stepsisters then went to the ball, leaving Cinderella alone at home.
Cinderella felt very sad. Suddenly, a fairy appeared and said: “Don’t worry, Cinderella! I will send you to the ball!” But Cinderella was sad. She said: “I don’t have a gown to wear for the ball!” The fairy waved her magic wand and changed Cinderella’s old clothes into a beautiful new gown! The fairy then touched Cinderella’s feet with the magic wand. And so, beautiful glass slippers appeared ! “How will I go to the grand ball?” - asked Cinderella. The fairy asked Cinderella to bring her a pumpkin, and asked the cat to bring her seven mice. After everything was prepared, fairy touched them with her magic wand and the mice became six white horses, while the seventh mice turned into a coachman  and the pumpkin turned into a golden coach. Cinderella was overjoyed and set off for the ball in the coach drawn by the six white horses. Before leaving, the fairy said: “Cinderella, this magic will only last until midnight! You must reach home by then!”

    When Cinderella entered the palace, everybody was struck by her beauty. Nobody, not even Cinderella’s stepmother or stepsisters, knew who she really was in her pretty clothes and shoes. The handsome prince also saw her and fell in love with Cinderella. He went to her and asked, “Do you want to dance?” And Cinderella said, “Yes!” The prince danced with her all night and nobody recognized the beautiful dancer. Cinderella was so happy dancing with the prince that she almost forgot what the fairy had said. At the last moment, when Cinderella heard a sound of a clock, she remembered her fairy words and she rushed to go home. “Oh! I must go!” she cried and ran out of the palace. One of her glass slippers came off, but Cinderella did not turn back for it. She reached home just as the clock struck twelve. Her coach turned back into a pumpkin, the horses into mice and her fine ball gown into rags. Her stepmother and stepsisters reached home shortly after that. They were talking about the beautiful lady who had been dancing with the prince.
    The prince had fallen in love with Cinderella and wanted to find out who the beautiful girl was, but he did not even know her name. He found the glass slipper that had come off Cinderella’s foot as she ran home. The prince said, “I will find her. The lady whose foot fits this slipper will be the one I marry!” The next day, his ministers took the glass slipper and went to all the houses in the kingdom. They wanted to find the lady whose feet would fit in the slipper. All the women in the kingdom tried the slipper but it would not fit any of them.   Cinderella’s stepmother would not let her try the slipper on, but the ministers saw her and said, “Let her also try on the slipper!” The slipper fit her perfectly.

    "That awful untidy girl simply cannot have been at the ball, tell The Prince that he can marry one of my two daughters! Can't you see how ugly Cinderella is?" - her stepmother said. Suddenly, the fairy appeared. She waved her magic wand and said "That's enough!". Cinderella reappeared in a beautiful dress, shining with youth and beauty. Everyone looked at her with amazement.
"Come with us, The  Prince awaits you at the palace" - said the Ministers.
So, Cinderella joyfully went with them, and lived happily ever after with her Prince.

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« Ответ #1153 : 30 Январь 2018, 22:12:44 »
Rhodopis (The Egyptian Cinderella)
adapted from the Strabo, historian, 64 BC – 24 AD

Long ago in the land of Egypt, land of the green Nile and the blue Mediterranean and the
rising sun, there lived a slave girl named Rhodopis. Rhodopis was born in Greece, but
had been kidnapped by pirates and sold into Egyptian slavery. The man who bought her
was a kind old man, but he spent most of his time sleeping and never saw how much
Rhodopis suffered at the hands of his other servants, who teased her endlessly. Their
hair was straight and black and elegant; her hair was golden, curly and coarse. Their
eyes were brown and black and deep, but hers were green and bright. Their skin glowed
like copper and bronze and sand, but Rhodopis had fair skin that burnt in the sun. They
made her do all their work while the old man slept.
“Go to the river and wash the clothes,” “Mend my robe,” “Chase the geese from the
garden,: “Bake the bread,” they would shout at her.
Rhodopis had only animals for friends. She had trained the birds to eat from her hand, a
monkey to sit on her shoulder, and the old hippopotamus would slide up on the bank out
of the mud to be closer to her. At the end of the day if she wasn’t too tired she would go
down to the river to be with the animals, and if she had any energy left from the hard
day’s work she would dance and sing for them.
One evening she had more energy than usual, as the day had been particularly cool.
Even her master had been enjoying the fine weather, and had fallen asleep under a tree
near the river. When the day was done, Rhodopis went down to the river near her
animals, and danced and sang so lightly and so well that her feet barely touched the
ground, and the old man woke from his sleep and listened to her singing. He admired
her dancing, and felt that one so talented should not be without shoes. He ordered her a
special pair of slippers. They were soft and a delicious rose-red color. Now the servant
girls teased her even more, so jealous they were of her beautiful red slippers.
A little while after this, word arrived that the Pharaoh was holding court in Memphis and
all in the kingdom were invited. There was to be dancing and singing and feasting for
days on end, and naturally Rhodopis wanted to go, to dance and sing with the others.
But it was not to be. For as the servant girls prepared to leave in their finest clothes
they turned to Rhodopis and gave her more chores to do before they returned, and it
would be impossible for her to get them all done before the court began.
They poled their raft away leaving a sad Rhodopis on the bank. As she began to wash
the clothes in the river she sang a sad little song–”wash the linen, weed the garden,
grind the grain.” Rhodopis washed and beat the clothes harder than she ought, for she
was very disappointed not to be going. The splashing of the water wet Rhodopis’s
slippers. She quickly grabbed them up, took them off and placed them in the sun to dry.
As she was continuing with her chores the sky darkened and as she looked up she saw a
falcon sweep down, snatch one of her slippers, and fly away. Rhodopis was in awe for
she knew it was the god Horus who had taken her shoe. Rhodopis tucked the other
slipper away in her tunic and went back to work, wondering what Horus’ appearance
could mean.
Now the Pharaoh, Amasis, Pharaoh of all Egypt was just beginning to hold court, sitting
on his throne looking out over the people, and feeling very bored. He much preferred to
be riding across the desert in his chariot, and the dancing was uninspired. He longed for
a distraction.
Suddenly the falcon swooped down and dropped the rose-red golden slipper in his lap.
The Pharaoh caught up the slipper and examined it closely, for he knew his was a sign
from the god Horus. He stared at the slipper until he had deciphered its meaning, and
then sent out a decree that all maidens in Egypt must try on the slipper, and that he
would take the owner to be his Queen, for so Horus had decreed. And so it happened
that by the time the servant girls arrived the celebrations had ended, and Pharaoh had
left by chariot in search of the owner of the red-rose slipper.
After searching all through the large cities and not finding the owner, Pharaoh he called
for his barge and began to travel the Nile pulling into every landing, ordering maidens to
try on the slipper. Soon he came to the house of Rhodopis’ master, and when Rhodopis
heard the sounds of the gong, the trumpets blaring, and saw the purple silk sails, she
hid, fearful of what it could mean. The other servant girls ran to the landing to try on the
shoe while Rhodopis hid in the rushes.
Of course, the moment that the other servant girls saw the show they recognized that it
belonged to Rhodopis, but said nothing, such was their envy and hatred of her. Yet try
as they might, they could not force their feet into the slipper. While they were failing
and pretending to succeed, the Pharaoh spied Rhodopis hiding in the rushes and asked
her to try on the slipper. She slid her tiny foot into the slipper and then pulled the other
from her tunic.
Then Pharaoh knew that she had been decreed to be his wife by the Gods, and
pronounced that she would be his queen. The servant girls cried out that she was a
slave and not even Egyptian, and that her hair, eyes, skin and clothes were unsuitable;
any of them would be a more fitting Queen.
But the Pharaoh said: “She is the most Egyptian of all…for her eyes are as green as the
Nile, her hair like papyrus, and her skin as pink as the lotus flower.”

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« Ответ #1152 : 30 Январь 2018, 11:11:53 »
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    Good evening everyone! It’s nice to meet you all! My name is Cinderella. My family name is Black(or Brook). I am Cinderella Black (Brook). Let me tell you about my family. My family isn’t big. I haven‘t got many relatives. I haven‘t got a mother (she died while I was a very little child) but I havea father, a stepmother and two stepsisters. I have got a cat. His name is … I like talking to my cat.

 
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« Ответ #1150 : 28 Январь 2018, 23:25:21 »
Cinderella
By Charles Perrault
Classic, Fairy Tale, Illustrated
Reading time: 05 - 10 mins
   
      Cinderella’s mother died while she was a very little child, leaving her to the care of her father and her step-sisters, who were very much older than herself; for Cinderella’s father had been twice married, and her mother was his second wife. Now, Cinderella’s sisters did not love her, and were very unkind to her. As she grew older they made her work as a servant, and even sift the cinders; on which account they used to call her in mockery “Cinderella.” It was not her real name, but she became afterwards so well known by it that her proper one has been forgotten.
She was a very sweet-tempered, good girl, however, and everybody (except her cruel sisters) loved her.


    It happened, when Cinderella was about seventeen years old, that the King of that country gave a ball, to which all ladies of the land, and among the rest the young girl’s sisters, were invited. And they made her dress them for the ball, but never thought of allowing her to go there.
 
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