Департамент образования города Москвы
Государственное бюджетное образовательное учреждение
среднего профессионального образования города Москвы
КОЛЛЕДЖ АВТОМОБИЛЬНОГО ТРАНСПОРТА №9
(ГБОУ КАТ № 9)
ПРОТОКОЛ № _8_________
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МЕТОДИЧЕСКАЯ РАЗРАБОТКА ЗАНЯТИЯ
ПО ПРЕДМЕТУ «ИНОСТРАННЫЙ ЯЗЫК» (АНГЛИЙСКИЙ)
УСТНАЯ ТЕМА “CAN YOU DRIVE A CAR?”
Преподаватель английского языка
Предмет: иностранный язык (английский)
Преподаватель: Вьюшкова Е.А.
Тема занятия: УСТНАЯ ТЕМА “CAN YOU DRIVE A CAR?”
Вид занятия: комбинированный
Цель занятия: -- ознакомить студентов с лексическими единицами, относящимися к теме
“Can you drive a car?”, сформировать навык их распознавания и умение применения их в разговорной практике;
--введение, активизация и закрепление лексики по теме “Can you drive a car?” («Можете ли Вы водить машину?»)
Задачи занятия:компьютер, проектор
Прочтите слова и словосочетания и постарайтесь запомнить их русские эквиваленты:
17.lack of good judgment
2.свидетельство о рождении
7.надежность тормозов, рулевого управления, шин и световых сигналов
10.право преимущественного проезда
11. соблюдать правила дорожного
17.неумение принять правильное решение
20. неправильный поворот
23.опасные ситуации на дорогах
Посмотрите презентацию “Can you drive a car?”
1.Выпишите русские эквиваленты:Is speeding a serious problem?
What does drunken driving lead to?
According to statistics young drivers are responsible for about two-thirds of all accidents.
Speeding is a serious problem. It greatly increase the risk of death or injury in accidents. It is especially dangerous if the road is wet or icy, or if the visibility is poor.
Very often crashes are the result of making wrong turns, driving in the wrong lane and following other cars too closely.
The death statistics are frightening. Accidents kill more people than the six
deadliest diseases combined.
The lack of experience and in some cases, lack of good judgment are the reasons of car crashes.
Every year more than 300,000 people are killed in car crashes throughout the world. Most of those who lose their lives on the roads are young people.
More accidents happen at night. There is a risk of falling asleep or losing concentration. Distances are more difficult to judge and road hazards are harder to see.
About 40 per cent of traffic death are the result of drunken driving. Alcohol slows a driver’s reflexes, reduces concentration, impairs vision and clouds judgment.
3.Закончите предложения, выбрав соответствующее по смыслу окончание:A DRIVER’S LICENSE
3 6 6 6 6 4 to study a handbook
5.Напишите английские эквиваленты:
You have got a driver’s license! What are you responsible for?
The driver should be responsible for:
- состояние своего автомобиля,
- надежность тормозов,
- надежность рулевого управления, шин и световых сигналов,
- водитель должен следовать тому маршруту, по которому он едет,
The driver should strictly adhere to:
- дорожных знаков,
- сигналов светофора,
- сигналов машин специального назначения, которые имеют право
- будьте внимательны на дорогах! Соблюдайте правила дорожного
6.Прочитайте предложения и заполните пропуски соответствующими словами:
7.Прочитайте предложения и решите согласно тексту, какие утверждения правильные(T), какие нет(F):
More accidents than usual happen at night.
Young drivers are of good health, have good eyesight and quicker reflexes and they didn’t get into car crashes.
Speeding on the roads is very popular.
Speeding greatly increases the risk of death or injury in accidents.
The cars have become safer, the roads have become better. We double the number of cars and do not double the number of accidents.
Is car a friend? Is car an enemy?
About 40 percent of traffic deaths are the result of drunken driving.
8.Завершите диалог, напишите глаголы в правильном времени:
Two friends are speaking:
Anton: Hullo, Boris. How are you? Where … you … ? (to study)
Boris: I … at the college of automobile transport.(to study)
Whom does the college train?
It … specialists for the automobile industry. (to train)
… you … the course? (to enjoy)
Yes, very much. I … …. (to learn) a lot of things which are needed for my profession.
… you … driving lessons? (to have)
Yes, all our students have got drivers’ licenses.
The driver should know the latest traffic regulations. He should be responsible for the condition of his car, the reliability of his brakes, the steering, the tires and lights and indicators of his car.
… you … what must the driver strictly adhere to? (to know)
The driver must observe and strictly adhere to road signs, signals and traffic lights, signals of special service cars which have the right of way.
I think, that you will be a good driver and a good expert in automobile engineering.! So long.
I am glad to see you.
9.Выберите правильное значение слова:
1 a driver
2. traffic light
4. to turn
5.a road sign
7. a driving license
8. a traffic jam
1. a line of vehicle waiting behind something that is blocking the road .
2. a set of red, yellow, and green lights that control traffic.
3. someone who is walking, especially in a city (or town), instead of driving or
4. someone who drives a vehicle.
5. a way that leads from one place to another, especially one with a hard surface
that cars and other vehicles can use.
6. an official document that you need in order to drive.
7. a sign that give information to drivers.
8. to make something change the direction in which it is moving.
10.Обсудите употребление слов и словосочетаний , перед тем как составить диалог:
1.transport (transportation) -- the activity of moving people or goods from one place to another, or the system used for doing this.
eg. Japan’s public transport system is excellent.
2. crash – an accident that happens when a moving vehicle hits something, causing damage.
eg. He was seriously injured in a car crash.
It was the worst train crash in thirty years.
3. traffic – the vehicles that are travelling in an area at a particular time.
eg. At that time of night there was no traffic on the roads.
4. pedestrian – someone who is walking, especially in a town or city, instead of driving or riding.
eg. The area is open to cyclists and pedestrians.
Pedestrian crossing – an area where vehicles must stop for people who are walking across the street.
5. driver – someone who drives a vehicle.
eg. His father is an experienced driver. He works as a taxi driver.
6. car – a road vehicle for one driver and a few passengers.
eg. He is learning to drive a car.
I’ll take you to the station in the car.
7.turn – to change the direction in which you are moving or travelling.
eg. He turned the car in the direction of the city.
Here the road turns sharply to the right.
8.responsible – deserving to be blamed for something that has happened.
eg. He was responsible for the accident.
9.accident – a crash involving a car, train, plane, or other vehicle.
eg. The accident was caused by ice on the road.
Several men were tragically killed in a motorcycle accident.
10.lane – one of the parts that a wide road is divided into, marked by painted lines
and invented for one line of traffic.
e.g The outside lane is closed following an accident.
11. license, driving license -- an official document that you need in order to drive.
e.g. I need to apply for a new driving license.
He has lost his driving license.
12. speeding – to drive a car faster than the fastest speed legally allowed.
e.g. Drivers who are caught speeding risk a heavy fine.
13. side – a particular area of something such as a street or town.
Side, side road – a small road that is connected to a major road.
e.g. I parked on the far side of the yard.
Americans drive on the right-hand side of the road.
The railway ran along the north side of the valley.
14. road – a way that leads from one place to another, especially one with a hard
surface that cars and other vehicles can use.
e.g. He was driving on the wrong side of the road.
15. safety – the fact that a thing is safe to do or use.
eg. Volvo cars have a reputation for safety and reliability.
Police said that it was a dangerous place and they couldn’t guarantee our
16.cripple – to make someone to be physically disabled, especially unable to walk.
e.g. Many young people are crippled for life caused by the accidents.
1. the activity of moving people or goods from one place to another, or the system used for doing this.
2. an accident that happens when a moving vehicle hits something, causing damage.
3. the vehicles that are travelling in an area at a particular time.
4. someone who is walking, especially in a town or city, instead of driving or riding.
5. someone who drives a vehicle.
6. a road vehicle for one driver and a few passengers.
7. to change the direction in which you are moving or travelling.
8. deserving to be blamed for something that has happened.
9. to make someone to be physically disabled, especially unable to walk.
1. a crash involving a car, train, plane, or other vehicle.
2. one of the parts that a wide road is divided into, marked by painted lines
and invented for one line of traffic.
3. an official document that you need in order to drive.
4. to drive a car faster than the fastest speed legally allowed.
5. a particular area of something such as a street or town.
6. a way that leads from one place to another, especially one with a hard
surface that cars and other vehicles can use.
7. the fact that a thing is safe to do or use.
5. - the condition of his car
- the reliability of his brakes
- the reliability of the steering, the tires and lights and indicators of his car
- the driver should keep to the route he is driving on
- road signs
- signals and traffic lights
- signals of special service cars which have the right of way
- be attentive on the road! Observe traffic rules!!!
6.1.licenses, traffic regulations
4.injured, are crippled
5.to judge, road hazards
6. lack of experience, lack of good judgment
7. car crashes
7.1.T 2.F 3.F 4.T 5.T 6.T.F. 7.T
8.1.do … study 2.study 3.—4.trains 5.do …enjoy 6. have learned 7.do…have
8.—9.—10. do …know
9. 1-4 2-2 3-5 4-8 5-7 6-3 7-6 8-1