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« Ответ #1300 : 03 Июль 2018, 12:55:25 »
ASDFG, по поводу пособия:

   Внимательно изучи клуб по Стивенсону:
1. Сравни инструкции с материалом, поданным автором!

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« Ответ #1299 : 02 Июль 2018, 13:35:25 »
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Предисловие…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………3

Unit 1. O.Henry………………………………………………………………………………………………………7
Club I ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………8
Part 1. Training the perception of English speeches via listening and ability to accurately reproduce the information received via listening.

Part 2. Training on concentration and ability to accurately reproduce visually received information from the written text.
O.Henry. Biography………………………………………………………………………………………………8
Exercises………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………8

Club II …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………9
Part 1. Training on concentration and ability to accurately reproduce visually received information from the written text.
The Gift of the Magi (Extracts)……………………………………………………………9
Exercises……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………10

Part 2. Training the perception of English speeches via listening and ability to accurately reproduce the information received via listening.
Exercises……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………10

Part 3.  Preparations towards making a grammatically correct reproduction of acquired information. Prepared and unprepared speeches.
The Gift of the Magi (Extracts)……………………………………………………………9
Exercises……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………10
Homework………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………11

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« Ответ #1298 : 29 Июнь 2018, 13:54:01 »
Club I   Robert Louis Stevenson

Part 1.  Training on concentration and ability to accurately reproduce visually received information from the written text

                                                            Robert Louis Stevenson (Biography)
                                                                            (1850 – 1894)


                                                                           1
Stevenson was the only son of Thomas Stevenson, a prosperous civil engineer, and his wife, Margaret Isabella Balfour. His poor health made regular schooling difficult, but he attended Edinburgh Academy and other schools before, at age 17, entering Edinburgh University, where he was expected to prepare himself for the family profession of lighthouse engineering. But Stevenson had no desire to be an engineer, and he eventually agreed with his father, as a compromise, to prepare instead for the Scottish bar.


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In 1873, in the midst of painful differences with his father, he visited a married cousin in Suffolk, England, where he met Sidney Colvin, the English scholar, who became a lifelong friend and Fanny Sitwell (who later married Colvin). Sitwell, an older woman of charm and talent, drew the young man out and won his confidence. Soon Stevenson was deeply in love, and on his return to Edinburgh he wrote her a series of letters in which he played the part first of lover, then of worshipper, then of son.
                               
                                                                            3
Later in 1873 Stevenson suffered severe respiratory illness and was sent to the French Riviera, where Colvin later joined him. He returned home the following spring. In July 1875 he was called to the Scottish bar, but he never practiced. Stevenson was frequently abroad, most often in France. Two of his journeys produced An Inland Voyage (1878) and Travels with a Donkey in the Cévennes (1879). His career as a writer developed slowly.
                                             

                                                                            4       
In 1876 Stevenson met Fanny Vandegrift Osbourne, an American lady separated from her husband, and the two fell in love. Stevenson’s parents’ horror at their son’s involvement with a married woman subsided somewhat when she returned to California in 1878, but it revived with greater force when Stevenson decided to join her in August 1879. Stevenson reached California ill and penniless (the record of his arduous journey appeared later in The Amateur Emigrant, 1895, and Across the Plains, 1892). His adventures, which included coming very near death and eking out a precarious living in Monterey and San Francisco, culminated in marriage to Fanny Osbourne (who was by then divorced from her first husband) early in 1880. About the same time a telegram from his relenting father offered much-needed financial support, and, after a honeymoon by an abandoned silver mine (recorded in The Silverado Squatters, 1883), the couple sailed for Scotland to achieve reconciliation with the Thomas Stevensons.


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Soon after his return, Stevenson, accompanied by his wife and his stepson, Lloyd Osbourne, went, on medical advice (he had tuberculosis), to Davos, Switzerland. The family left there in April 1881 and spent the summer in Pitlochry and then in Braemar, Scotland. There, in spite of bouts of illness, Stevenson embarked on Treasure Island (begun as a game with Lloyd), which started as a serial in Young Folks, under the title The Sea-Cook, in October 1881. Stevenson finished the story in Davos, to which he had returned in the autumn.Treasure Island is an adventure presented with consummate skill, with atmosphere, character, and action superbly geared to one another. The book is at once a gripping adventure tale and a wry comment on the ambiguity of human motives.

     
                                                                              6
In October 1890 he returned to Samoa from a voyage to Sydney and established himself and his family in patriarchal status at Vailima, his house in Samoa. The climate suited him; he led an industrious and active life; and, when he died suddenly, it was of a cerebral hemorrhage, not of the long-feared tuberculosis. This happened in 1894.



1.   Reading the text aloud (by paragraphs, phrases, chains and other options).
2.   Rewriting the text.
3.   Dictation.



Part 2.   Training the perception of English speeches via listening and ability to accurately reproduce the information received via listening

A brief video of his biography.
                                       
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A video of the film Treasure Island:
                                                             
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1.   Audio and video presentation of the text.
2.   Defining the main idea of the text and retelling the content.
3.   Making a plan to the text.
4.   Slide display and giving talks about the slides.




Part 3.   Preparations towards making a grammatically correct reproduction of acquired information. Prepared and unprepared speeches.


                                                 TREASURE ISLAND, 1883 (EXTRACTS)

                                                                                 1
Treasure Island tells of Jim Hawkin’s boyhood adventure on a quest for buried treasure.
The story opens at Jim’s father’s inn, the Admiral Benbow. A wild seaman, Billy Bones, comes to stay, bringing with him a large sea chest. He frightens the locals by getting raucously drunk and singing the sea chanty:
“Fifteen men on the dead man’s chest –
Yo-ho-ho, and a bottle of rum!”
                                           

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Bones asks Jim to keep an eye out for “the seafaring man with one leg” , who Bones fears above all else. One day, the pirate Black Dog comes to the inn and fights with Bones. Wounded, Black Dog retreats and Bones collapses. Bones confesses to Jim that he was first mate for the infamous Captain Flint, and that he knows where Flint’s treasure is buried. He also knows that Black Dog, another of Flint’s men, will bring the rest of the crew to find him so that they can seek the treasure for themselves.

                                                                                3
Meanwhile, Jim’s ailing father dies. While the house is in mourning, a frightening and evil pirate Blind Pew, delivers the Black Spot to Bones. The Black Spot, a summons which tells Bones he has until 10PM to tell the pirates where the treasure is, shocks Bones so badly that he dies of apoplexy.
Terrified that the pirates will descend at any moment, Jim tells his mother everything. They seek assistance from their neighbours who are too frightened to do any more than send for the revenue officers.

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Jim’s mother, angered that Bones never paid for his lodging, decides to take from his sea chest the money that she is owed. Jim finds a packet of documents and takes it. He and his mother hide and watch the pirates ransack the inn. At last, the pirates are chased away by revenue officers on horseback, who accidentally trample Pew to death.
                                                                                             

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Jim asks the officers to take him to Dr Livesey, who is visiting Squire Trelawney. He gives him the packet which contains Flint’s treasure map. Thrilled by the possibility of adventure and buried gold, the Squire commissions a ship, the Hispaniola. He hires a crew to seek the treasure – Jim will be the cabin-boy and Livesey will be ship’s doctor. Jim bids farewell to his mother and arrives in Bristol, where the ship is docked.
                                               

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Jim tells the Captain, the Squire, and Livesey about Silver’s treachery. Because of the crew’s increasing agitation as they draw close to the island, the Captain resolves that the pirates should go to shore while he plans their next move. Jim sneaks ashore and hears in the distance one of the honest men being slain at the hands of the pirates. He also sees Silver murder a man who he was unable to convince to join his mutiny.

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Terrified that he will be next, Jim runs into the woods. Here, he meets the wild-looking Ben Gunn, another of Flint’s old crew. Gunn reveals that Flint had buried the treasure on the island with the help of six men, whom he had then killed. Gunn had returned to the island with a group of others three years before. When the treasure wasn’t found, the others marooned him on the island. Gunn, who is affable but slightly mad from his long solitude, has sought the treasure ever since. He now offers to help Jim and his friends if they will give him a passage off the island.



1.   Exploratory reading of the text.
2.   Quoting the text.
3.   Making questions to the text and answering them.
4.   Internet search.


Homework.

In writing:  An essay on the topic: What I have found out at the lesson about R.L Stevenson and his work "Treasure Island"
Orally:  Preparing a monologue on the written essay topic.
(0.5 - 1min)



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Re: Рабочие материалы V.B.
« Ответ #1297 : 29 Июнь 2018, 13:29:35 »
Here is a short video on the Biography of Robert Louis Stevenson:
<a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xMjDMe4mnmU" target="_blank">http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xMjDMe4mnmU</a>

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« Ответ #1296 : 29 Июнь 2018, 13:24:40 »
II клуб Д.Лондон
Club II   J. London

Часть I. Тренировка внимания и способности точно  воспроизвести полученную  информацию зрительно, через печатный текст

Part 1.  Training on concentration and ability to accurately reproduce visually received information from the written text


Martin Eden (Extracts)
Part 1
4
    At last Martin Eden had enough courage to go and see Ruth. She met him at the door herself and took him into the living-room. They talked first of the books he had borrowed from her, then poets. He told her of his plans to educate
   "You should go back and finish grammar school, and then go through the high school and university." Ruth said. "But that takes money." he said. "Oh!" she cried. "I had not thought of that. But then you have relatives, somebody who could help you?" He shook his head.
5
     "My father and mother are dead. I have two sisters and some brothers, - I am the younger, -but they never helped anybody. The oldest died in India. Two are in South Africa now, and another one is on fishing boat at sea. One is travelling wish a circus. And I think I am just like them. I have taken care of myself since I was eleven - that s when my mother died. I think I must study by myself, and what to know is where to                                                                             
6
     "I should say the first thing of all would be to get grammar. Your grammar is not particularly good." He got red. "I know I talk a lot of slang. I know words, picked them up from books, but I cannot say them correctly, so i don't use them." "It is not what you say, so much as how you say it. You don't mind my saying that, do you? I don't want to hurt you. "No,no," he cried. "Tell me everything I must know, and I had better hear it from you that from anybody else."
"Well, then, you say 'You was'; it must be ' You were'. You say ' I seen' for ' I saw'. "That is clear," said Martin. "I never thought of it before." "You will find it all in the grammar," she said and went to the bookcase. She took one of the books from the shelf and gave it to Martin.

1.   Чтение текста вслух (абзацно-фразовое, по цепочке, целиком и другие варианты).
1.   Reading the text aloud (by paragraphs, phrases, chains and other options).
 
2.   Переписывание текста.
2.   Rewriting the text.

3.   Диктант.
3.   Dictation.

Часть II. Тренировка восприятия английской речи на слух и способности точно воспроизвести полученную на слух информацию

Part 2.   Training the perception of English speeches via listening and ability to accurately reproduce the information received via listening

1.   Аудио, видео подача текста.
1.  Audio and video presentation of the text.

2.   Определение главной мысли текста, пересказ содержания.
2.   Defining the main idea of the text and retelling the content.

3.   План текста.
3.   Making a plan to the text.

4.   Работа со слайдами.
4.   Slide display and giving talks about the slides.


Часть III. Подготовка к грамотному высказыванию. Подготовленная и неподготовленная речь

Part 3.   Preparations towards making a grammatically correct reproduction of acquired information. Prepared and unprepared speeches.

Martin Eden (Extracts)
Part 2
1
    A few months after Martin Eden started to educate himself, he had to go to sea again as all his money was spent. He went as a sailor on a ship that was going to the South Sea.
   The captain of the ship had a complete Shakespeare,which he never read. Martin had washed his clothes for him and in return he was allowed to read the books. For a time all the world took the from of Shakespearean tragedy or comedy;even Martin`s thoughts were expressed in the language of Shakespeare. This trained his ear and gave him a feeling for good English. 
2
   The eight month were spent well; he iearnet to understand  Shakespeare and speak correctly, and what was most important, he learned muth abaut himself. Now he knew that he could more than he had done. He wanted to show Ruth the beauty of the South Sea and decided to do it in his letters.
3
                                                                   
   And then the great idea came to him. He would describe the beauty of the world not only for Ruth but for other people as well.He could do it. He would be one of the eyes through which the world saw,one of the ears through which the world heard,one of the hearts through which it felt.He would be a writer.He would write-everything-poerty and prose,novels and descriptions,and plays like Shakespeare. There was career and the way to win Ruth.

1.   Exploratory reading of the text.
2.   Quoting the text.
3.   Making questions to the text and answering them.
4.   Internet search.





   
Домашнее задание.

Homework.

Письменно. Сочинение на тему «Что я узнал на занятии о Дж.Лондоне и его произведении "Мартин Иден" (Martin Eden).
Устно. Подготовка монолога по написанному сочинению.(0.5 -1 мин.)

In writing. An essay on the topic: What I have found out at the lesson about J. London and his work "Martin Eden"
Orally. Preparing a monologue on the written essay topic. (0.5 - 1min)

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Re: Рабочие материалы V.B.
« Ответ #1295 : 29 Июнь 2018, 13:02:42 »
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« Ответ #1294 : 27 Июнь 2018, 20:17:26 »
II клуб Д.Лондон
Club II   J. London

Часть I. Тренировка внимания и способности точно  воспроизвести полученную  информацию зрительно, через печатный текст

Part 1.  Training on concentration and ability to accurately reproduce visually received information from the written text


Martin Eden (Extracts)
Part 1
4
    At last Martin Eden had enough courage to go and see Ruth. She met him at the door herself and took him into the living-room. They talked first of the books he had borrowed from her, then poets. He told her of his plans to educate
   "You should go back and finish grammar school, and then go through the high school and university." Ruth said. "But that takes money." he said. "Oh!" she cried. "I had not thought of that. But then you have relatives, somebody who could help you?" He shook his head.
5
     "My father and mother are dead. I have two sisters and some brothers, - I am the younger, -but they never helped anybody. The oldest died in India. Two are in South Africa now, and another one is on fishing boat at sea. One is travelling wish a circus. And I think I am just like them. I have taken care of myself since I was eleven - that s when my mother died. I think I must study by myself, and what to know is where to                                                                             
6
     "I should say the first thing of all would be to get grammar. Your grammar is not particularly good." He got red. "I know I talk a lot of slang. I know words, picked them up from books, but I cannot say them correctly, so i don't use them." "It is not what you say, so much as how you say it. You don't mind my saying that, do you? I don't want to hurt you. "No,no," he cried. "Tell me everything I must know, and I had better hear it from you that from anybody else."
"Well, then, you say 'You was'; it must be ' You were'. You say ' I seen' for ' I saw'. "That is clear," said Martin. "I never thought of it before." "You will find it all in the grammar," she said and went to the bookcase. She took one of the books from the shelf and gave it to Martin.

1.   Чтение текста вслух (абзацно-фразовое, по цепочке, целиком и другие варианты).
1.   Reading the text aloud (by paragraphs, phrases, chains and other options).
 
2.   Переписывание текста.
2.   Rewriting the text.

3.   Диктант.
3.   Dictation.

Часть II. Тренировка восприятия английской речи на слух и способности точно воспроизвести полученную на слух информацию

Part 2.   Training the perception of English speeches via listening and ability to accurately reproduce the information received via listening

1.   Аудио, видео подача текста.
1.  Audio and video presentation of the text.

2.   Определение главной мысли текста, пересказ содержания.
2.   Defining the main idea of the text and retelling the content.

3.   План текста.
3.   Making a plan to the text.

4.   Работа со слайдами.
4.   Slide display and giving talks about the slides.


Часть III. Подготовка к грамотному высказыванию. Подготовленная и неподготовленная речь

Part 3.   Preparations towards making a grammatically correct reproduction of acquired information. Prepared and unprepared speeches.

Martin Eden (Extracts)
Part 2
1
    A few months after Martin Eden started to educate himself, he had to go to sea again as all his money was spent. He went as a sailor on a ship that was going to the South Sea.
   The captain of the ship had a complete Shakespeare,which he never read. Martin had washed his clothes for him and in return he was allowed to read the books. For a time all the world took the from of Shakespearean tragedy or comedy;even Martin`s thoughts were expressed in the language of Shakespeare. This trained his ear and gave him a feeling for good English. 
2
   The eight month were spent well; he iearnet to understand  Shakespeare and speak correctly, and what was most important, he learned muth abaut himself. Now he knew that he could more than he had done. He wanted to show Ruth the beauty of the South Sea and decided to do it in his letters.
3
                                                                   
   And then the great idea came to him. He would describe the beauty of the world not only for Ruth but for other people as well.He could do it. He would be one of the eyes through which the world saw,one of the ears through which the world heard,one of the hearts through which it felt.He would be a writer.He would write-everything-poerty and prose,novels and descriptions,and plays like Shakespeare. There was career and the way to win Ruth.
   
Домашнее задание.
 
Homework.

Письменно. Сочинение на тему «Что я узнал на занятии о Дж.Лондоне и его произведении "Мартин Иден" (Martin Eden).
Устно. Подготовка монолога по написанному сочинению.(0.5 -1 мин.)

In writing. An essay on the topic: What I have found out at the lesson about J. London and his work "Martin Eden"
Orally. Preparing a monologue on the written essay topic. (0.5 - 1min)

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« Ответ #1293 : 27 Июнь 2018, 17:24:09 »
II клуб Д.Лондон

Часть I. Тренировка внимания и способности точно  воспроизвести полученную  информацию зрительно, через печатный текст

Martin Eden (Extracts)
Part 1
4
    At last Martin Eden had enough courage to go and see Ruth. She met him at the door herself and took him into the living-room. They talked first of the books he had borrowed from her, then poets. He told her of his plans to educate
   "You should go back and finish grammar school, and then go through the high school and university." Ruth said. "But that takes money." he said. "Oh!" she cried. "I had not thought of that. But then you have relatives, somebody who could help you?" He shook his head.
5
     "My father and mother are dead. I have two sisters and some brothers, - I am the younger, -but they never helped anybody. The oldest died in India. Two are in South Africa now, and another one is on fishing boat at sea. One is travelling wish a circus. And I think I am just like them. I have taken care of myself since I was eleven - that s when my mother died. I think I must study by myself, and what to know is where to                                                                             
6
     "I should say the first thing of all would be to get grammar. Your grammar is not particularly good." He got red. "I know I talk a lot of slang. I know words, picked them up from books, but I cannot say them correctly, so i don't use them." "It is not what you say, so much as how you say it. You don't mind my saying that, do you? I don't want to hurt you. "No,no," he cried. "Tell me everything I must know, and I had better hear it from you that from anybody else."
"Well, then, you say 'You was'; it must be ' You were'. You say ' I seen' for ' I saw'. "That is clear," said Martin. "I never thought of it before." "You will find it all in the grammar," she said and went to the bookcase. She took one of the books from the shelf and gave it to Martin.

1.   Чтение текста вслух (абзацно-фразовое, по цепочке, целиком и другие варианты).
2.   Переписывание текста.
3.   Диктант.

Часть II. Тренировка восприятия английской речи на слух и способности точно воспроизвести полученную на слух информацию

1.   Аудио, видео подача текста.
2.   Определение главной мысли текста, пересказ содержания.
3.   План текста.
4.   Работа со слайдами.

<a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UxmxiUHV0a0" target="_blank">http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UxmxiUHV0a0</a>

Часть III. Подготовка к грамотному высказыванию. Подготовленная и неподготовленная речь

1.   Ознакомительное чтение текста.
2.   Цитирование.
3.   Постановка  и ответы на вопросы.
4.   Интернет-поиск
Martin Eden (Extracts)
Part 2
1
    A few months after Martin Eden started to educate himself, he had to go to sea again as all his money was spent. He went as a sailor on a ship that was going to the South Sea.
   The captain of the ship had a complete Shakespeare,which he never read. Martin had washed his clothes for him and in return he was allowed to read the books. For a time all the world took the from of Shakespearean tragedy or comedy;even Martin`s thoughts were expressed in the language of Shakespeare. This trained his ear and gave him a feeling for good English. 
2
   The eight month were spent well; he iearnet to understand  Shakespeare and speak correctly, and what was most important, he learned muth abaut himself. Now he knew that he could more than he had done. He wanted to show Ruth the beauty of the South Sea and decided to do it in his letters.
3
                                                                   
   And then the great idea came to him. He would describe the beauty of the world not only for Ruth but for other people as well.He could do it. He would be one of the eyes through which the world saw,one of the ears through which the world heard,one of the hearts through which it felt.He would be a writer.He would write-everything-poerty and prose,novels and descriptions,and plays like Shakespeare. There was career and the way to win Ruth.
 
Домашнее задание.

Письменно. Сочинение на тему «Что я узнал на занятии о Дж.Лондоне и его произведении "Мартин Иден" (Martin Eden).
Устно. Подготовка монолога по написанному сочинению.(0.5 -1 мин.)
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Re: Рабочие материалы V.B.
« Ответ #1292 : 27 Июнь 2018, 17:15:09 »
II клуб О.Генри

Часть I. Тренировка внимания и способности точно  воспроизвести полученную  информацию зрительно, через печатный текст
The Gift of the Magi (Extracts)
Part 1
1
     One dollar and eight-seven cents. That was all. Three times Della counted it. One dollar and eighty-seven cents. And the next day would be Christmas. Let’s take a look at Della’s home. A furnished flat at S8 per week and the income was S20 a week. Twenty dollars a week doesn’t go far. Expenses were greater. They always are. Only one dollar and eight-seven cents to buy a present for Jim. Her Jim. She wanted to buy something nice for him, something fine.

2
     There were two possessions the family was proud of. One Jim’s gold watch that had been his father’s and his grandfather’s. The other was Della’s hair. It was long and shining like a cascade of brown waters. The Queen of Sheba (царица Савская) and King Solomon would have envied these possessions.

3
     Della put on her brown jacket and her brown hat and went out to the street. Where she stopped the sign read “Mme. Sofronie. Hair Goods of All Kinds.” Madame, large, too white, looked at her. “Will you buy my hair?” asked Della. “I buy hair,” said Madame. “Take your hat off and let’s have a look at it.” “Twenty dollars”, said Madame, lifting the mass of Della’s hair with a practiced hand. “Give it to me quick”, said Della.


1.   Чтение текста вслух (абзацно-фразовое, по цепочке, целиком и другие варианты).
2.   Переписывание текста.
3.   Диктант.


Часть II. Тренировка восприятия английской речи на слух и способности точно воспроизвести полученную на слух информацию

1.   Аудио, видео подача текста.
2.   Определение главной мысли текста, пересказ содержания.
3.   План текста.
4.   Работа со слайдами.

Часть III. Подготовка к грамотному высказыванию. Подготовленная и неподготовленная речь

The Gift of the Magi (Extracts)
Part 2
1
Jim was never late. Soon Della heard the step on the stair, and she turned white for just a moment. She said: “Please God, make him think I am still pretty”. The door opened and Jim came in and closed it. Jim looked thin and very serious. Poor boy, he was only twenty-two and to be burdened with a family! He needed a new overcoat and he was without gloves.

2
“Jim, darling”, Della, said, “don’t look at me that way. I had mv hair cut off and sold it because I wanted to buy a Christmas present for you. The hair will grow out again. I just had to do it. My hair grows awfully fast. Say “Merry Christmas”, Jim, and let’s be happy. You don’t know what a nice - what a beautiful, nice gift I’ve got for you.”

3
Jim looked about the room curiously. “You say your hair is gone?” he said, with an air almost of idiocy. “You needn’t look for it”, said Della. “It’s sold, I tell you - sold and gone, too. It’s Christmas Eve, boy. Be good to me, for it went for you. Maybe the hairs of my head were numbered, but nobody could ever count my love for you. Shall I put the chops on, Jim?”

4
Jim drew a package from the overcoat pocket. “Don’t make any mistake, Dell,” he said, “about me. There’s nothing in the world that could make me like my girl any less.” Della unwrapped the package and found The Combs there - the set of combs that Della had worshipped for long in a Broadway window. They were very expensive combs, she knew, and now they were hers. “My hair grows so fast, Jim,” she said.

1.   Ознакомительное чтение текста.
2.   Цитирование.
3.   Постановка  и ответы на вопросы.
4.   Интернет-поиск


Домашнее задание.

Письменно. Сочинение на тему «Что я узнал на занятии об О.Генри и его произведении "Дары Волхвов"("The Gift of the Magi").
Устно. Подготовка монолога по написанному сочинению.(0.5 -1 мин.)
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Re: Рабочие материалы V.B.
« Ответ #1291 : 27 Июнь 2018, 14:18:00 »
  I клуб О.Генри
   
На первом клубе мы предлагаем вниманию учеников самый знаменитый рассказ О.Генри "Вождь краснокожих" и демонстрируем лучшую его экранизацию:"Деловые люди".
     Эта работа проводится в рамках педагогики сотрудничества.

Часть I. Демонстрация КФ "Деловые люди" по рассказу  О. Генри "Вождь краснокожих" ("The Ransom of Red Chief" )
<a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y3TMti_iK28" target="_blank">http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y3TMti_iK28</a>

Часть II. Тренировка внимания и способности точно  воспроизвести полученную  информацию зрительно, через печатный текст

O.Henry (Biography)

(1862-1910)
1
     О’Henry is a pseudonym of William Sidney Porter, American writer, famous for his short stories. He was bom in Greensboro. North Carolina and left school in his midteens. He worked in different jobs: as a bank teller (служащий в банке), as a journalist, etc. He founded a comic weekly magazine "The Rolling Stone” (1894- 1895) and then wrote a humorous daily column for a solid magazine.
2
     In 1898 he was convicted of embezzlement (растрата) committed during the years as a bank teller, and served a three-year term in the federal penitentiary, where, some biographers say, he started to write his short stories. After that he settled in New York City, and wrote short stories for the popular magazines of his day. His short stories are full of colourfull details, humor and irony. There is always a surprise at the end. These qualities as well as many others made his stories attractive to the present day.

1.   Чтение текста вслух (абзацно-фразовое, по цепочке, целиком и другие варианты).
2.   Переписывание текста.
3.   Диктант.

Домашнее задание

Письменно. Сочинение на тему «Что я узнал на занятии об О.Генри и его самом известном рассказе "Вождь краснокожих".
Устно. Подготовка монолога по написанному сочинению.(0.5 -1 мин.)
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Re: Рабочие материалы V.B.
« Ответ #1290 : 27 Июнь 2018, 13:02:35 »
I клуб Д.Лондон

Часть I. Тренировка внимания и способности точно  воспроизвести полученную  информацию зрительно, через печатный текст

Jack London (Biography)
1876-1916
1
   Jack London, the famous American writer, was born in San Francisco. The family was poor and Jack began to work when he was nine years old. He got up at three in the morning and carried newspaper to people's house. After that the boy went to school. When school was over,  he carried the evening newspapers round the town. On Saturdays and Sundays he worked at a hotel. The boy liked to read and spent all his free time with books.
2
   Jack London left school at thirteen. After that he worked for ten and more hours every day, but he soon lost his work. Many people in San Francisco had no work at that time, so they  decided to march to Washington and ask for work and bread. Jack marched to Washington, too. He didn't get any work there, but was arrested with ohter workers.
3
   At that time London met a man who spoke to him about socialism and about Karl Marx. When London came back to San Francisco, he began to read books on socialism. For a year London wasba student at a univercity. But he soon left it. He had no money and couldn't pay to the univercity. He found work at a factory  and in the evening wrote poems and stories. But nobody wanted to publish his stories.
4
   Gold was found in Alaska at tat time, so London went there. He lived in Alaska for a year, but he didn't find any gold. He met heroes for stories there – strong men. Back in San Francisco, Jack worked in different places and at  night wrote his stories about the North. In 1898 some of them were published and people liked them very much.. In 1902 Jack London visited the capital of England and wrote a novel about the poor people of London.
5
   Jack London liked strong-willed people. His herous struggle with severe nature and tricks of fortune. He liked winners and almost all his characters were the ones.
   He wrote short-story collections about the North: «The Son of the Wolf», «The Children of the Frost», «Love of Life and Other Among his other famous works are "The Iron Heel", "The Call of the Wild", "The Sea Wolf", "White Fang".
   One of the novels was Martin Eden, in which the writer describes his life.

1.   Чтение текста вслух (абзацно-фразовое, по цепочке, целиком и другие варианты).
2.   Переписывание текста.
3.   Диктант.

Часть II. Тренировка восприятия английской речи на слух и способности точно воспроизвести полученную на слух информацию

1.   Аудио, видео подача текста.
2.   Определение главной мысли текста, пересказ содержания.
3.   План текста.
4.   Работа со слайдами.

<a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-p22IFu6ONM" target="_blank">http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-p22IFu6ONM</a>

Часть III. Подготовка к грамотному высказыванию. Подготовленная и неподготовленная речь
Martin Eden (Extracts)

Part 1
1
    Martin Eden, a strong man and talented worker, belongs to a working-class family. He meets Ruth Morse, a girl from a rich bourgeois family, and falls in love with her. He decides to become her equal in knowledge and culture. He must make a career for himself and become famous. He begins to read and study and Ruth helps him.
2
    A week of heavy reading had passed since the evening he first met Ruth Morse, and still he didn't dare to go and see her. He was afraid of making mistakes in speech and manners.
3
   Martin tried to read books that required years of preparatory work. One day he read a book on philosophy, and the next day a book on art. He read poetry, he read books by Karl Marx. He didn't understand what he was reading but he wanted to know. He had become interested in economy, industry and politics. He sat up in bed and tried to read, but the dictionary was in front of him more often than the book. He looked up so many new words that when he saw them again, he had forgotten their meaning and had to look them up again. He decided to write the words down in a note-book, and filled page after page with them. And still he could not understand what he was reading.
   Poetry was not difficult. He loved poetry and beauty, and there he found beauty, as he found it in music.

Домашнее задание.

Письменно. Сочинение на тему «Что я узнал на занятии о Дж.Лондоне и его произведениях».
Устно. Подготовка монолога по написанному сочинению.(0.5 -1 мин.)
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Re: Рабочие материалы V.B.
« Ответ #1289 : 27 Июнь 2018, 11:42:27 »
Высылаю пилотный вариант клуба, сделанный DAS-ом и отредактированный мной

I клуб

Часть I. Тренировка внимания и способности точно  воспроизвести полученную  информацию зрительно, через печатный текст

Margaret Mitchell (Biography)

(1900 - 1949)


Margaret Mitchell was born on November 8, 1900, in Atlanta, Georgia, in an Irish-Catholic family. When Margaret was a child, she loved to make up stories and wrote more than 100 adventure books.
     In 1918, Mitchell joined Smith College in Massachusetts. After a while, she got a job in the ‘Atlanta Journal’ Sunday magazine, where she wrote more than 130 articles. She married John Robert Marsh in 1925, but her journalist career ended quickly because of the broken leg. While Margaret had to stay at home, she began writing Gone With the Wind, a romantic novel about the history of the South and the tragedy of the war.

     Gone With the Wind was published in 1936, had huge success and got the  Pulitzer award in 1937. Mitchell became famous, and the film based on her novel came out just three years later and became a classic, too. It won eight Oscars and 2 special Oscars.

     During World War II, Mitchell had no time to write, because she worked for the American Red Cross. And on August 11, 1949, she was struck by a car while crossing a street and died five days later. Gone With the Wind was her only novel, which had a great effect on American literature.

1.   Чтение текста вслух (абзацно-фразовое, по цепочке, целиком и другие варианты).
2.   Переписывание текста.
3.   Диктант.





Часть II. Тренировка восприятия английской речи на слух и способности точно воспроизвести полученную на слух информацию

1.   Аудио, видео подача текста.
2.   Определение главной мысли текста, пересказ содержания.
3.   План текста.
4.   Работа со слайдами.






Часть III. Подготовка к грамотному высказыванию. Подготовленная, неподготовленная речь

Gone With the Wind (Extracts)

1

     Scarlett O’Hara was not beautiful, but men could never understand it. They were caught by her charm as the Tarleton twins were. In her face she had the delicate features of her mother, and the heavy ones of her Irish father. Her eyes were green with long black lashes and her skin was milky-white, like a flower ‘magnolia’.

2

     One bright April afternoon of 1861 she was sitting with Stuart and Brent Tarleton near the porch of Tara, her father’s plantation. Scarlett was very pretty at that moment. She was wearing a long green flowered dress and green morocco slippers, bought by her father in Atlanta. The green eyes in her sweet face were bright, vivid, lively and very different from her polite manners, the result of her mammy’s strict discipline.


1.   Ознакомительное чтение текста.
2.   Цитирование.
3.   Постановка  и ответы на вопросы.
4.   Интернет-поиск



Домашнее задание

Письменно. Сочинение на тему «Что я узнал на занятии о Маргарет Митчелл и ее произведении "Gone With the Wind».
Устно. Подготовка монолога по написанному сочинению.(0.5 -1 мин.)


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Re: Рабочие материалы V.B.
« Ответ #1288 : 26 Июнь 2018, 01:03:56 »
     Для ASDFG.  Продумываю новые варианты названий частей. На данный момент предложения следующие:
Часть I. Тренировка внимания и способности точно  воспроизвести полученную  информацию зрительно, через печатный текст;
Часть II. Тренировка восприятия английской речи на слух и способности точно воспроизвести полученную на слух информацию;
Часть III. Подготовка к грамотному высказыванию

     P.S. Cтарые "не ложатся".
Тогда получится:

Часть I. Тренировка внимания и способности точно  воспроизвести полученную  информацию зрительно, через печатный текста вслух
1.   Чтение текста вслух (абзацно-фразовое, по цепочке, целиком, другие варианты).
2.   Переписывание текста.
3.   Диктант.


Часть II. Тренировка восприятия английской речи на слух и способности точно воспроизвести полученную на слух информацию

1.   Аудио, видео подача текста.
2.   Определение главной мысли текста, пересказ содержания.
3.   План текста.
4.   Работа со слайдами.



Часть III. Подготовка к грамотному высказыванию. Подготовленная, неподготовленная речь

1.   Ознакомительное чтение текста.
2.   Цитирование.
3.   Постановка  и ответы на вопросы.
4.   Интернет-поиск.


     Познакомить с информацией Мари.

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Re: Рабочие материалы V.B.
« Ответ #1287 : 25 Июнь 2018, 16:50:02 »
II клуб

Часть I. Печатные материалы.

Работа над произведением О.Генри "Дары волхвов" `22

  Работа над текстом. См. рекомендации преподавателю (пост №336 "Научно-методический месяц продолжается," часть I. Печатные материалы )

1.   Чтение текста вслух (абзацно-фразовое, по цепочке, целиком и другие варианты).
2.   Переписывание текста.
3.   Диктант.

The Gift of the Magi
Part 1
1
     One dollar and eight-seven cents. That was all. Three times Della counted it. One dollar and eighty-seven cents. And the next day would be Christmas. Let’s take a look at Della’s home. A furnished flat at S8 per week and the income was S20 a week. Twenty dollars a week doesn’t go far. Expenses were greater. They always are. Only one dollar and eight-seven cents to buy a present for Jim. Her Jim. She wanted to buy something nice for him, something fine.

2
     There were two possessions the family was proud of. One Jim’s gold watch that had been his father’s and his grandfather’s. The other was Della’s hair. It was long and shining like a cascade of brown waters. The Queen of Sheba (царица Савская) and King Solomon would have envied these possessions.

3
     Della put on her brown jacket and her brown hat and went out to the street. Where she stopped the sign read “Mme. Sofronie. Hair Goods of All Kinds.” Madame, large, too white, looked at her. “Will you buy my hair?” asked Della. “I buy hair,” said Madame. “Take your hat off and let’s have a look at it.” “Twenty dollars”, said Madame, lifting the mass of Della’s hair with a practiced hand. “Give it to me quick”, said Della.

Часть II. Аудио. Видео. Интернет—поиск. Слайды

Аудио-Видео-Интернет поиск-Слайды"`22

1.   Аудио, видео подача текста.
2.   Определение главной мысли текста, пересказ содержания.
3.   Интернет-поиск.
4.   Работа со слайдами.

Часть III. Речь. Подготовленная  и неподготовленная
Подготовленная/ неподготовленая  речь +. Д.З. `22

1.   Ознакомительное чтение текста.
2.   Цитирование.
3.   Постановка  и ответы на вопросы.
4.   План текста.


Part II
3
    Jim looked about the room curiously. "You say your hair is gone?" he said, with an air almost of idiocy. "You needn't look for it", said Della. "It's sold, I tell you- sold and gone, too. It's Christmas Eve, boy.  Be good to me, for it went for you. Maybe the hairs of my head were numbered, but nobody could ever count my love for you. Shall I put the chops on, Jim?

4
    Jim drew a package from the overcoat pocket. “Don’t make any mistake, Dell,” he said, “about me”. There is  nothing in the world that could make me like my girl any less. Della unwrapped the package and found The combs there - the set of combs that Della had worshipped for long in a Broadway window. They were very expensive combs, she knew? and now the were hers. "My hair grows so fast, Jim" she said.

5
    And then Della showed her present to Jim. "Isn't it beautiful, Jim?" I walked all over town to find it. You'll have to look at the time three times a day now. Give me your watch. I want to see how it looks on it." Jim smiled. "Dell", said he, "let's put our Christmas presents away and keep them a while." They are too nice to use just at present. I sold the watch to get the money to buy your combs. And now put the chops on.
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Re: Рабочие материалы V.B.
« Ответ #1286 : 25 Июнь 2018, 13:07:23 »
I клуб
Клуб проводится как рекламный, поэтому фильм "Вождь краснокожих" демонстрируется целиком (50 мин) и на русском. Все остальные клубы строятся по схеме (см.форум пост №336 "Научно-методический месяц продолжается")


1. Демонстрация КФ "Вождь краснокожих"`50

<a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y3TMti_iK28" target="_blank">http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y3TMti_iK28</a>

[2. Разводим по группам (работа над биографией О.Генри)`20

     Работа над текстом. См. рекомендации преподавателю (пост №336 "Научно-методический месяц продолжается," часть I. Печатные материалы )

O’Henry (biography)
(1862-1910)
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     О’Henry is a pseudonym of William Sidney Porter, American writer, famous for his short stories. He was bom in Greensboro. North Carolina and left school in his midteens. He worked in different jobs: as a bank teller (служащий в банке), as a journalist, etc. He founded a comic weekly magazine "The Rolling Stone” (1894- 1895) and then wrote a humorous daily column for a solid magazine.

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     In 1898 he was convicted of embezzlement (растрата) committed during the years as a bank teller, and served a three-year term in the federal penitentiary, where, some biographers say, he started to write his short stories. After that he settled in New York City, and wrote short stories for the popular magazines of his day. His short stories are full of colourfull details, humor and irony. There is always a surprise at the end. These qualities as well as many others made his stories attractive to the present day.

3. Подведение итогов. Д.З. `10
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