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Государственное бюджетное образовательное учреждение

среднего профессионального образования Нижегородской области

«Краснобаковский лесной колледж»





Воронина М.В.







Методические указания к вводно-коррективному

курсу английского языка для студентов I курса





















Красные Баки

2013 год













Настоящие методические указания предназначены для студентов I курса всех специальностей КБЛК очной и заочной формы обучения для организации аудиторной и самостоятельной работы студентов.

Методические указания состоят из тематических циклов, которые ориентированы на совершенствование знаний, умений и навыков студентов.







Учебно-методические указания составлены преподавателем английского языка ГБОУ СПО НО КБЛК Ворониной М.В.























Оглавление


Предисловие………..……………………………………………………….…………4

About myself…..………..………..………………………………………………….…5

My family…………...………………………………………………………………...10

Friends………………………………………...………………………………………16

Describing appearance…………………………….…………………………………..22

Friendship……..……………………….……………………………………………...25

Family and family problems..………………………………………………………....29

Приложение 1

Adjectives to characterize people...……………………………..………………..…...32

Приложение 2

Characterizing a human being.…………………………………………………..……34

Приложение 3

Методические указания по самостоятельной работе……………………………...36

Приложение 4

Методические рекомендации по работе со словарём……………………………..37

Приложение 5

Методические указания по оформлению творческой работы…………………….38

Список рекомендуемой литературы по изучаемой тематике……………………..40

















Предисловие


Настоящие Методические указания предназначены для студентов очного и заочного отделения всех специальностей лесного колледжа. Они составлены в соответствии с Примерной программой учебной дисциплины Английский язык для специальностей СПО.

Целью обучения английскому языку является подготовка студентов к общению на этом языке в устной и письменной формах, что предполагает наличие у них определённых знаний, умений и навыков, которые после окончания курса дадут им возможность:

- читать оригинальную литературу по специальности для получения необходимой информации;

- принимать участие в устном общении на английском языке в объёме материала, предусмотренного Примерной программой;

- приобрести навыки самостоятельной работы с иностранной литературой.

В процессе изучения английского языка реализуются также общеобразовательные и воспитательные задачи обучения.

Курс обучения английскому языку студентов ГБОУ СПО НО КБЛК делится на два этапа: вводно-коррективный и развивающий курсы.

Вводно-коррективный курс длится один семестр. Целью вводно-коррективного курса является повторение и закрепление языкового материала школьного минимума в области фонетики, лексики и грамматики, разговорной и переводческой практики, поскольку студенты имеют различную подготовку по языку.

Методические указания включают в себя основные темы, содержащие адаптированные тексты, практические упражнения по его закреплению способствующих развитию и совершенствованию произносительных навыков.

Материал указаний может быть рекомендован для всех лиц, желающих повысить уровень владения английским языком.















1. ABOUT MYSELF

1. New words

name - имя

surname - фамилия

was born - родиться

live - жить

address - адрес

phone number - номер телефона

student - студент

pupil - ученик

technical school - техникум

college - колледж

subject - предмет

lesson - урок

reading - чтение

music - музыка

watch TV - смотреть телевизор

computer games - компьютерные игры

Internet - интернет

sport - спорт

friend - друг

group-mate - одногруппник

like - нравиться

hate - ненавидеть


2. Read the text.

My name is Natalia. My surname is Govorova. I am 15. I was born in 1996 in Semyenov. I live in a small town of Nizhniy Novgorod District. My address is Pionerskaya Street,76-9. My phone number is 41-5-81.

I am a student. I go to technical school. I am a good student. I do well in all subjects. They say that I am a hardworking person. To tell the truth, all technical school subjects come easy for me but sometimes I have to sit much, for example, to do lessons in Physics or Chemistry, to write a composition or to learn a poem by heart. But my favourite subject is English. I spend much time on it reading books, doing tests etc. May be, English and learning it will be a part of my future career.

I like reading. I think comics and detective stories are much easier to read but I prefer to read novels - historical or up-to-date. In the evening I often read newspapers (our local ones) or magazines.

I like music. My musical tastes are different, but it depends on my mood. But I think every apple is good in its season. I play the piano and the guitar, not seriously, but for my soul. Sometimes I like to listen to the Russian classical music. My favourite composers are Chaikovsky and Mozart. I don’t like rock music, but I like «Queen» and «Beatles». Also I like Russian folk songs.

I have not much time to watch TV but sometimes I spend an hour or two watching an interesting film or a news programme.

I like fresh air and exercise. I’m sorry I have not much time for doing sports. But some aerobics in the morning, a swimming-pool twice a week, a ski-walk on a frosty day are of great help. Sports are fun.

I have a wide circle of interests. I’m very sociable, so I get a way with people. I have many friends; most of them are my group-mates. We spend much time together, going out to the cinema or to the disco party, speaking about lessons and music, discussing our problems. But most of all I like my family. We all are great friends and deeply attached to each other.

You see, it’s me – a person with his good and not good characteristics, liking this and hating that. But it’s interesting for me to live, to open new things.


3. Exercises

Answer the questions:

1. What is your name?

2. What is your surname?

3. How old are you?

4. Where are you from?

5. What is your address?

6. What is your nationality?

7. What is your favourite sport?

8. What is your hobby?

9. What is your favourite animal?

10. Are you a student?

11. Have you got a sister or a brother?

12. Have you got a dog or a cat?

13. What is your mother’s name?

14. What is your father’s name?

15. Are your parents retired?

16. Where are your grandparents?

17. Have you got a friend? What is his or her name?

18. Have you got a telephone? What’s your telephone number?

19. When is your birthday?

20. What is your favourite music?

21. What is your favourite colour?

22. Do you like to read? What is it?

23. Do you like to travel? Why?









Match the questions with the answers

1. Are you Russian?

a) Fine, thank you?

2. What’s your name?

b) No, I’m single

3. How are you?

c) Yes, I am. I am Russian.

4. Who is that girl?

d) My name is Peter.

5. What do you do?

e) She is Ann.

6. Are you married?

f) I am a manager.

7. What does she do?

g) I’m eighteen.

8. Where is she from?

h) That’s a pen.

9. What’s that?

i) She’s a teacher.

10. How old are you?

j) She is from Krasnye Baki.


Read, translate and act out the following dialogue.

Dialogue 1

A: Hi, meet my friend Ann. She is Russian.

B: Hello, Ann!

A: Ann is a student from Krasnobakovskiy Forest College.

B: Nice to meet you.

A: I’m glad to meet you, too.


Dialogue 2

A: Hello, Mr White. This is Peter Gordon. He is a student of England.

B: How do you do!

A: How do you do!

B: Peter is from London.

A: Pleased to meet you.

B: I’m glad to meet you, too.


Dialogue 3

A: Hello! How are you?

B: I’m fine, thank you, and you?

A: Very well, too. Thanks. See you later.

B: Bye.

Discuss the proverbs


Better fed than taught. – Прожил, а ума не нажил.

All bread is not baked in one oven. - Не нужно стричь всех под одну гребёнку.

Good clothes open all doors. - По одёжке встречают, провожают по уму.

Custom is a second nature. - Привычкавторая натура.


Read the jokes:

1.

Teacher: Randy, if you put your hand in one pants pocket and found 75 cents, then you put your other hand in your other pants pocket and found 50 cents, what would you have?

Randy: I'd have somebody else's pants on!

2.

Teacher: That student next to you is doing twice as much work as you are!

Joe: I know that, sir. I keep telling him, but he won't slow down!

3.

Susie: Mommy, the new boy next door broke my doll!

Mom: That's too bad, dear. How did it happen?

Susie: I hit him over the head with it!



Learn by heart

One things at a time

Edith Segal


Work while you work,

Play while you play.

That is the way

To be happy and gay.


All that you do

Do with your might,

Things done by halves

Are never done right.


One thing at a time,

And that done well,

Is a very good rule

As many can tell.




Read and memorize the following speech patterns:


Знакомство

Let me introduce myself.

Позвольте представиться.

I want you to meet …

Познакомьтесь c

We’ve met before.

Мы уже встречались.

I’ve been looking forward to meeting you.

Я давно хотел с вами познакомиться.

Delighted, Mr…

Очень приятно, мистер…

What’s your name?

Как вас зовут?

What’s your occupation/job?

Кем вы работаете?/ Чем занимаетесь?

Are you a student/teacher?

Вы студент/учитель?

How old are you?

Сколько вам лет?

Where are you from?

Откуда вы?

I’m twenty-one (years old).

Мне 21 год.

I am from Russia/ Canada/the USA.

Я из России/Канады/США.

I’m on business/on holiday/vacation here.

Я здесь в деловой поездке/на каникулах/провожу отпуск.

Приветствие

How do you do?

Здравствуй(те) ( при первой встрече)

This is a pleasure.

Очень приятно.

I’m very pleased to meet you.

Рад с вами познакомиться.

Hello/Hallo

Здравствуй(те)/Привет.

Hi!

Привет!

Good morning/afternoon/evening.

Доброе утро/день/вечер.

How are you?

Как дела?

How are things with you?

Как поживаешь?

Fine, thanks.

Спасибо, прекрасно/хорошо.

Everything is OK, thank you.

Спасибо, всё хорошо.

So-so

Неважно./Так себе.

Благодарность

Thank you, you’ve been very helpful.

Спасибо, вы мне очень помогли.

You’re welcome.

Пожалуйста/ Не стоит благодарности

Thank you for coming.

Спасибо, что пришли.

Not at all.

Не стоит благодарности

You’re very kind.

Вы очень добры.

Thank you for your company

Спасибо за компанию.

Извинения

I’m sorry.

Простите.

Never mind.

Ничего/Пусть это вас не беспокоит.

I must apologize to you.

Я должен извиниться перед вами.

You needn’t apologize. It’s my fault.

Вам нет необходимости извиняться. Это моя вина.

Excuse me.

Извините (нисходящая интонация)

That’s all right.

Ничего./Всё в порядке.







2. MY FAMILY

1. New words

mother, mummy – мама

father, dad(dy) – папа

husband –муж

wife – жена

brother – брат

sister – сестра

daughter – дочь

son – сын

grandson-внук

granddaughter-внучка

grandfather – дедушка

grandmother – бабушка

aunt – тетя

uncle – дядя

cousin – двоюродный брат, двоюродная сестра

nephew – племянник

niece – племянница

mother-in-law – свекровь, теща

father-in-law – свекор, тесть

stepmother – мачеха

stepfather – отчим

stepson – пасынок

stepdaughter – падчерица

brother-in-law – шурин, деверь

widow-вдова

widower-вдовец


2. Read the text

Our family is neither large nor small. I have a mother, a father and a sister. We all live together in a three-room flat in Krasnye Baki. We are an average family.

My father Peter Ivanovich is 47 years old. He is a tall and well-built man with short black hair and grey eyes. He works as a manager at a plant. He likes his work and spends most of his time there. His hobby is collecting stamps. By character my father is a quiet man, while my mother is energetic and talkative.

My mother’s name is Marina Petrovna. She is forty. She is a teacher of music and plays the piano well. My mother always has a lot of work to do about the house and at school. She is a busy woman and we all help her.

My sister’s name is Irena. Like our mother Irena has blue eyes and fair hair. She is a very good-looking girl. Irena is five years younger than me. She is a pupil of the 6th form. She does well at school and gets only good and excellent marks. Literature is her favourite subject and she wants to become a teacher.

Our family is very united. We like to spend time together. In the evenings we watch TV, read books and newspapers, listen to music or just talk about the events of the day. Our parents don’t always agree with what we say, but they listen to our opinion.

All of us like to spend our weekends in the country. We often go to the village where our grandparents live. They are pensioners now, but prefer to live in the country. My grand-grandmother is still alive. She lives in my grandmother’s family and is always glad to see us. Her health is poor and she asks us to come and see her more often. I also have many other relatives: uncles, aunts, cousins. We are happy when we are together.


3. Exercises

Answer the following questions:

1. What is your name? 2. What are you? 3. Where do you live? 4. Is your family large or small? 5. How many people are there in our family? 6. How old are you? 7. How old is your mother? 8. When was your father born? 9. Where does she (he) work? 10. Have you any brother and sister? What’s your brother’s (sister’s) name? 11. When will your brother go to school? 12. Do children take (study) many or few subjects at school? 13. What marks do they usually get? 14. Have your sister (brother) graduate from the Institute? 15. When did he (she) graduate from the Institute? 16. Is your brother (sister) married? Has he (she) a family of his (her) own? Has he (she) children? 17. Where do your parents live? 18. Do you go to country in summer or in winter? 19. Do you like to go to the country in spring? 20. Where do you usually take your family in summer? 21. Where will you go next Sunday?


Read, translate and act out the following dialogues.

Dialogue 1

Jane: Hello, Mary. I haven’t seen you for ages. How are you?

Mart: Hello, Jane. Not bad. I am going to get married next month.

Jane: It’s good news. Have you already got acquainted with your future husband’s family?

Mary: Oh, yes. We had dinner with my father-in-law and mother-in-law last week.


Dialogue 2

A: Are you related to Mary?

B: Yes, I am. She is my niece.

A: Is she married?

B: No, she is not. She is single.

A: Let me introduce her to Mike. He is my second cousin. He is single, too.

B: How old is he?

A: He is thirty-two.


Dialogue 3

A: Who is that young man standing at the window?

B: This is my nephew.

A: I didn’t know you had a nephew.


Proverbs about “Family”. Read and discuss them.


Like father, like son. - Каков отец, таков и сын.

A tree is known by its fruit. - Дерево познается по плодам.
Many a good father has but a bad son. - У многих хороших отцов плохие сыновья.
There is a black sheep in every family. - "Паршивая овца" есть в каждой семье.
Blood is thicker than water. - Кровь гуще воды.

Charity begins at home. - Милосердие начинается со своей семьи. (Кто думает о родных, не забудет и чужих.)
One father is more than a hundred schoolmasters. - Один отец лучше, чем сто учителей.
A miserly father makes a prodigal son. - Скупой отец воспитает сына мотом.
Treat your family like friends and your friends like family. - Относись к семье, как к друзьям, а к друзьям, как к семье.
Every father should remember that one day his son will follow his example instead of his advice. - Каждый отец должен помнить, что однажды его сын последует его примеру, а не его совету.
Blood will tell. - Кровь скажется.

Don't teach your grandmother to suck eggs. - Не учи свою бабушку яйца есть.

Spare the rod and spoil the child. - Пожалеешь розгииспортишь ребёнка.

A good wife makes a good husband. - Хороша женахорош муж.

Memorize the poem


My sister is pretty

My sister is nice

She has a short nose and

Beautiful eyes.

Her full lips are rosy

Her cheeks are rosy too

Her hair is fair

Her eyes are blue.

Her little face is round

Her ears are small.

I love my dear sister

Best of all, best of all.










Discuss with your partner the topic “Family”

Large family


Advantages.
You have a lot of people, your sisters and brothers, you are not alone, they are your relatives that means, and they can only help you.


Disadvantages.
If it is not a big country house or manor, you have to share the room with you sisters or brothers, children always disturb each other, they always have quarrel.

Children have to share parents' attention.

If the family is not very, children have to wear hand-me-down cloth, have no possibility to go abroad, don't have many things, I mean, parents are not able to buy anything a child wants.

To my mind, theme must be a big manor to live comfortable in a big family. A big house, where everyone can have his own room, that means his own surface. It is very important. It is not convenient, when someone else lives in the same room with you, because you are constantly disturbing each other, you have no rest and silence, you haven't go any your personal surface. I think, it is good to have many relatives, but when they don't live with you.

Small family


Advantages
You have all your parents' attention.
You can wear new clothes and go abroad.
Parents are able to buy you many things.
No one disturb you, you have your personal surface.
You are not alone, because still you can have a lot of cousins and friends. When not cousins, then friends.


Disadvantages
None. Maybe that you have to care about your parents alone, when you are a grown up.













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c) Try to guess who this is using the definition!

your father and your mother are your …

your mother’s father or your father’s father are your …

your mother’s mother or your father’s mother are your …

your father’s sister or your mother’s sister are your …

your father’s brother or your mother’s brother are your …

your aunt’s or uncle’s children are your …

the daughter of your brother or a sister is your …

the son of your brother or a sister is your …


Crossword puzzle “Family”

Look at the family tree and fill in the missing words.


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1. Anna is Brian's …………………

2. Jessica is Susan's …………………

3. Michael is Robert's …………………

4. Henry is Laura's …………………

5. Emily is Brian's …………………

6. Henry is Robert's …………………

7. Brian is Henry's …………………

8. Robert is Henry's …………………


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1. Peter is Jessica's …………………

2. Robert is Brian's …………………

3. Anna is Peter's …………………

4. Laura is Emily's …………………

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3. FRIENDS

1. New words

appearance - внешность

talkative - разговорчивый

kind - добрый

patient - терпеливый

stupid - глупый

industrious - трудолюбивый

ugly –уродливый

beautiful - красивый

weak - слабый

strong - сильный

sociable - общительный

boring - скучный

to make friends with – познакомиться с

to get along with – уживаться с кем-либо

to be in good (bad) mood – быть в хорошем (плохом) настроении

to keep a promise – держать обещание

to cope with - справиться с

to have a sense of humor - иметь чувство юмора

to be around people – быть среди людей

to live next door – жить по-соседству

to keep a secret - хранить секреты

to make a surprise - сделать сюрприз

to quarrel- ссориться


2. Read the text and discuss it.

My real friend

It is very hard to find a real friend. And some people can’t find them till the very end of their life. However, having a friend is needed for almost everyone. Importance of friends is greatly shown by many idioms. For example, between friends all is common, and I absolutely agree with it. And another one, before you choose a friend, eats a bushel of salt with him. No doubt, it is true.

Hopefully I have a real friend. His name is Michael. He lives in other city but it doesn’t mind anything for friendship. We studied together at school. But we are friends even fifteen years after graduating from it. We have different professions but it doesn’t matter also. The main thing is that we have common interests. And even more, we are ready to help each other with any problems we face.

We meet each other neither seldom nor often. It happens once or twice every month. Michael comes to my city for a business trips and we spend spare time together. We like playing table tennis and fishing. Fishing is our hobby.

I don’t have an ability to predict future, but I am sure that in future we will keep our friendship. Friends will be friends, as Freddie Mercury said.



3.Exercises

Answer the questions:

  1. Have you got many friends?

  2. Who is your best friend?

  3. When did you make friends?

  4. How old is he?

  5. Where was he born?

  6. Where does he live now?

  7. What does he look like?

  8. What are the main features of his character?

  9. Can you rely on your friend in everything?

  10. Do you often spend time together?

  11. What is your friend’s hobby?

Read the text attentively and choose the right form from the variants below.

Frankie… (1) green and very tall. He has yellow eyes, black hair and a small nose. He also has enormous hands and… (2). He isn’t pretty. In fact, he’s very ugly and people… (3) him a monster. They are afraid of him and always run away… (4) they see him. But Frankie isn’t bad. He is an intelligent man and he loves reading. He has… (5) of books in his little house.

He likes writing stories. He sells his stories… (6) make money. He also likes… (7) his computer and the Internet to write to people. They don’t know that he is ugly and they enjoy his letters. They sometimes ask him for his photograph, but Frankie never sends it.

Frankie enjoys gardening. There are a lot of vegetables, fruit trees and roses in… (8) big garden. He loves roses! He puts bread out in the garden for the birds so there are a lot of birds too. They… (9) afraid of him!

Frankie never eats meat. He doesn’t like it. He eats vegetables, fruit and bread. Because he doesn’t like it when people run away from him, he orders all his shopping by the Internet. The shop delivers his shopping to his house. In this way, people don’t see him and he feels… (10). And when it is raining he doesn’t have to go out of the house. He doesn’t like the rain and his is afraid of thunder and lightning.


1) A. is B. are C. am

2) A. foot B. feet C. foots

3) A. calls B. write C. call

4) A. when B. how C. by

5) A. much B. lot C. a lot

6) A. by B. for C. to

7) A. gaming B. using C. eating

8) A. his B. him C. at

9) A. not be B. are not C. is not

10) A. happiest B. happier C. the happier



Complete the phrases using the information from the text.

1) Frankie has … .

A. black hair and big hands and feet

B. green eyes and a small nose

C. small hands and feet

2) People like writing to Frankie because … .

A. they don’t know that he is ugly

B. they meet him in the supermarket

C. they like to eat meat too

3) Frankie is … .

A. a good person

B. an evil person

C. a beautiful person

4) He lives in … .

A. a big house without a garden

B. a small house with a big garden

C. a small garden

5) He … a lot of books.

A. reads

B. speaks

C. does

6) Frankie sends his photo to … .

A. his Internet friends

B. nobody

C. the shop

7) Birds … .

A. don’t come into the garden

B. come into the garden

C. are afraid of Frankie

8) Frankie likes … .

A. gardening

B. eating meat

C. shopping in malls

9) Frankie goes to … .

A. the supermarket

B. the theatre

C. the garden to put the bread for the birds

10) Frankie is happy when … .

A. people don’t see him

B. he doesn’t see birds

C. he is in the supermarket





Read the letter and answer the questions.

1 What's Ann's best friend's name?

2 What does she look like?

3 Whаt does Ann say about her personality and interests?

4 What does Ann like doing with his best friend?

5 How long have they known eaсh other?

6 Why aгe they сlose friends?


Dear Andrew,


Thank you for youг letter and all youг nеws. I hope youг exаms went wеll.

You askеd about Jane. She is not my girlfriend. She’s my best fгiend. She lives nеxt door, and wе spend a lot of time togеthеr. She looks athletic beсause she is tall and slim, but she hates spoгt. Hеr hair and eyes aгe dark, and she loves being dramatic. Jane’s very extrovert – she loves parties and being the centre of attention.

Jane likes reading magazines, experimenting with new сlothes and trying out new make-up. Obviously, I don’t do these things with her, but wе oftеn go to the cinema oг just stay at hоme and listen to music.

I’ve known Jane for nearly 18 yеaгs because our families are neighbours. When we were babies, our mothers used to share lоoking after us, so she is like my sister. I think we are friends because we are diffеrent, and we balance eaсh other’s personalities.

I’d love to know about your best friend - сan you writе about him or heг in your next letter?

With best wishes,

Ann

Material from British journals, letters and responses to them. Read and discuss it with your partner.

  • Shy and spotty

I’m 15 –year-old girl and I have a very serious problem. At my age I should have had a boyfriend by now, but I haven’t. I feel no one is attracted to me. I don’t know if it’s because I’m very shy around boys, but I think it’s to do with how I look. I’m quite spotty and quiet. I wish I could have plastic surgery, but I can’t afford it. Please could you help me?

Advice:  A recent survey showed that boys prefer personality and a sense of humour above looks when it came to picking a girlfriend. I’m sure if you asked girls they would say the same thing. Most people are shy in certain situations, and no one will think any less of you for being this way. And if a person has spots, so what? You don’t need plastic surgery – you need a serious dose of self-confidence. In time your spots will go. Remember, it’s not what you look like, it’s who you are that matters.



  • Dumped for a new boyfriend (to dump – жарг. бросать кого-либо)

I am feeling really angry at the moment and I just don’t know what to do. Ever since I was about three I’ve been friend with this girl, we‘ve been through everything together. And now she is dumped me for a new boyfriend. I’m really sick of it, she totally ignored me all this week and has gone off with her boyfriend. I do have other friends, but I’m just so upset she’s just thrown away our friendship after all these years. I don’t know what to do about it now. What do you suggest?

Advice:  Try talking to your friend, perhaps she is so caught up with her new boyfriend that she really doesn’t realize she’s excluding you. Unfortunately, if your friend purposely chose to dump you for her new boyfriend then there’s nothing you can do but review your friendship. Ask yourself – is your friendship real? And remember, friendship change with time. Often the best friends we have from childhood grow up and away from us, but this is natural and normal. Other best friends will take their place.

Discuss the proverbs


A friend in need is a friend indeed. - Друзья познаются в беде.

A friend is never known till needed. - Без беды друга не узнаешь.

A friend to all is a friend to none. - Приятелей много, да друга нет.

A friend's frown is better than a foe's smile. - Лучше горькая правда друга, чем лесть врага.

A good friend is as a sun in winter. - Хороший друг, как солнце в зимний период.

A friend is easier lost the found - Друга легче потерять, чем найти.


Make up a story about your friend

I have a friend named_____
_____lives_____
_____is________
On the whole my friend is_____and a_____person.
I have_____as a friend because_______.
I think________is a true friend because_______.
We_________.
_____likes_______and_______.
_______tells me______and helps me________.
I think that_____is my______friend.






Read, translate and act out the following dialogues.

Dialogue 1

A: Yesterday I met your cousin in the cinema and I didn’t recognize her at once.

B: She has changed a lot lately.

A: Five years ago she was exceedingly well-fed. And now she is so slim and beautiful.

B: She is like her mother, so attractive and graceful.

A: Does she go to the gym for keeping fit?

B: Yes, she is crazy about sport.

A: It seemed to me she has a strong figure.

B: You are right. She goes into figure skating.

A: I think it will help her to look more mature and sophisticated.

B: She doesn’t look her age even now.

A: Remember me to her.

B: I will. Bye. See you.


Dialogue 2

Jenny: Oh, what happened to your face, John? It looks like a heart rash.

John: It’s a razor burn. I cut myself when I shaved this morning. The burns and cuts are really irritating.

Jenny: I know how you feel. Maybe you shouldn’t have grown a long, long beard.

John: Well, I thought it would make me look more mature and sophisticated.


Dialogue 3

A: Your son’s just graduated from the University. That’s surprising, Mr. Brandon.

B: You may not believe this, but I’m already 55.

A: I thought you were only 40. You don’t look your age.

B: I’m happy to hear that.


Learn by heart a poem

Don’t do all you might

Don’t spend all you have

Don’t tell all you know

Don’t believe all you hear













4. DESCRIBING APPEARANCE1


1.Read the texts and discuss them with your partner

Text1

When we speak about somebody's figure, face, hands, feet we mean his or her appearance. A person may be tall, middle-sized or short, thin or plump. A face may be round, oval or square. In summer some people may have freckles on their faces. Old people have wrinkled faces.

People's hair may be long or short, thin or thick, good or bad, straight or curly. If it is long it is often plaited. Its colour may be black or fair, chestnut or red. Old people have grey hair. Women usually have their hair done at the hairdresser's.

Eyes may be large or small. They may be of different colour, grey, green, black, or hazel (brown).

Cheeks may be rosy or pale (if a person is ill), plump or hollow (if a person is very ill). Some people have dimples in their cheeks when they smile.

The manner of walking is called the walk (gait). One's step maybe: light, heavy, firm. Old people often shuffle their feet, have a shuffling gait.


Text2

How important is it for you to be attractive? Although everyone wants to be goodlooking, do you think beautiful people are always happy?

I don’t think so. For example, it must be a problem to be a very beautiful woman, because some men may be more interested in looking at this woman than talking to her. They think of her like a picture rather than a person. Some people think that very pretty women and handsome men are stupid, as a rule. These people are thought to be only interested in their appearance.

Some people believe that only unattractive people can be clever. But surely no one wants to be really ugly; and no one wants to be plain either — that is to have rather simple face that can be easily forgotten. Being attractive can help you find happiness, but it does not always make you happy. So maybe the best thing is not to worry about your appearance. It is more important to try to be an interesting personality. Because interesting people are always attractive.













2. Exercises

Match the characteristics with their opposites

careful

greedy

clever

unkind

generous

untidy

kind

careless

tidy

silly

polite

bad-tempered

quiet

impolite


Match the adjectives with their characteristics

1. talkative

a) likes to give orders

2. bossy

b) has good manners

3. shy

c) talks a lot

4. selfish

d) shares things with friends

5. lazy

e) is interested only in him/herself

6. generous

f) likes to be around people

7. sociable

g) doesn’t say much in front of other people

8. polite

h) doesn’t like working

9. honest

i)tells the truth

10. serious

j)thinks deeply about things


Can you find these similes? Match them.

busy






as

a loon

crazy

a jaguar

fast

a bee

happy

a pig in mud

scared

a goose

silly

a turtle

slow

a giraffe

tall

a bug’s ear

cute

a church mouse

quiet

an owl

shy

a rabbit

wise

a mouse


Look at these words. Do they have similar meanings? If there is a difference between the words, what is the difference?


attractive beautiful good-looking handsome pretty




Match these words to their synonyms or partial synonyms. Each word can have more than one synonym or partial synonym.


bright – intelligent – clever

bright, cheerful, clever, difficult, elderly, fat, friendly, glad, happy, hard, intelligent, old, outgoing, overweight, skinny, slim, sociable, thin.


Choose the best alternative in each sentence. If there is no difference, choose both.


1 Don’t call your grandmother old/elderly! Call her old/elderly.

2 Why are you angry, Dad? I didn’t say you’re fat/overweight. I just said you’re a little fat/overweight.

3 That actor is really attractive/good-looking.

4 My cousin is always smiling. She’s a really glad/cheerful person.

5 You need to eat more. You don’t look well. You look a bit skinny/slim.

6 This question is really hard/difficult. I’m not clever/bright enough to do it.

Put these words into the correct categories in the table.

Use а dictionary to help you if necessary.

shoulder-length, handsome, dyed, straight, scruffy, middle-age, in (their) twenties/ thiгties, young, blonde, fashionable, beard, well-built, moustache, attractive, spiky, tall, overweight, smart, ugly, thin, wavy, short


Hair Size Agе General impression

blonde


Read, translate and act out the following dialogue.

Dialogue 1

Ann: What is the meaning of the world “beautiful”?

Betsy: If we speak about a man, we must admit that tastes differ. It depends not only on the culture or nationality, but also on the epoch.

Ann: But let’s speak about your idea of beauty.

Betsy: Well. I can give you example. I have a friend, Marry. Her features are very delicate and her charm is irresistible.

Ann: I have met her once. I agree with you. She seems a good kind of girl and her character corresponds to her appearance.

Betsy: I think that inner beauty is more important than physical one. But my friend has double beauty: character and appearance.


Proverbs about “Appearance”. Read and discuss them.

Beauty is but skin-deep.С лица воду не пить.

Never judge by appearance. – Никогда не суди по внешности.

Curiosity killed a cat. – Любопытной Варваре на базаре нос оторвали.

Full of courtesy, full of craft.На устах мёдна сердце лёд.

A fair face may hide a foul heart. - За прекрасной внешностью может скрываться низкая душа.

5. FRIENDSHIP

1. New words

rely on - полагаться на кого-либо, доверять

respect - уважать

belief - вера, доверие

trouble - беда

devote - преданный

responsibility - ответственность

to consider - считаться с

enjoyable - приятный

inseparable - неразделимый, неразлучный

slender - стройный

stylish - модный, элегантный

do well - успевать

moody - унылый, угрюмый

attract - привлекать

need - нужда, бедность

faithful - верный, преданный

cheerful - веселый

will - воля, сила

turn to smb for smth - обращаться к кому-то за чем-то


2. Read the text line by line and translate it.

Friendship is a very important thing in people’s lives. It is so nice to have a person you can rely on. Chose friends usually have similar ideas and beliefs. They understand, respect and trust each other.

A real friend is ready to share not only your joys but your sorrows and troubles. A devoted friend is the one to whom you can turn for help and advice. On the other hand friendship develops your responsibility and your ability to consider other peoples feelings and opinions. I think that friendship is a great force. But we must also think how to keep friendship going because good friends are easier lost than found.

I have a lot of friends. I can’t imagine my life without friends, they make my life more interesting and enjoyable. Now I’d like to tell you about my best friend Olga. We got acquainted many years ago (at school) when we were little children. Our friendship grew with years and now we are inseparable.

Olga is a pretty girl. She is thin, slender and stylish. She has got lovely dark hair, blue eyes with long lashes. She is hardworking, organized and does well at school. She is always ready to give you a hand. She is a kind person who always knows how to have a good time. Olga has a good sense of humour and never looks moody. These qualities attract to her all the people who come in touch with her.

We are never bored when we are together. We spend much time, help each other to do our homework, walk in the park, exchange books, listen to music and discuss the latest school news. We know that we can trust each other in need.

It is not easy to meet a true and faithful friend. I’m happy that I have met Olga. I’m sure that I can rely on her in any situation. She is the one who I can turn to for help and who I can tell all my secrets and problems.

I respect my friend for her strong will, cheerful and kind character, her intellect and modesty. She is always full of ideas and knows what and how to do. It is very pleasant to be with her around.


3. Exercises

Complete the sentences.

  1. A real friend is…………

  2. Friendship is…………

  3. I respect my friend………….

  4. We spend much time……………

  5. Our friendship grew……………


Choose the right variant.

  1. I can’t imagine my life without (dogs, friends, pupils), they make my life more interesting and enjoyable

  2. She has got lovely (red, dark, fair) hair, (blue, green, grey) eyes with long lashes.

  3. She is a (kind, merry, cunning) person who always knows how to have a (bad, happy, good) time.

  4. We are never ( glad, bored, happy) when we are together.

  5. It is not easy to meet a (true and faithful, kind and merry) friend.


Translate from Russian into the English.

в любой ситуации……………………………………………

хорошее чувство юмора…………………………………….

друг друга……………………………………………..……..

последние новости………………………………….……….

я бы хотела рассказать вам………………………………….

настоящий друг……………………………………………….


Fill in “a”, ‘an”, “the” where necessary.

  1. Olga is ….kind …..person.

  2. We like to walk in ….park, listen to …..music.

  3. She has got …. Dark…hair and …. Blue eyes.

  4. I think that ….friendship is …great force.

  5. I am glad to have …..person whom I can rely on.

Choose the right variant.

  1. Friends make our life (interesting ,more interesting, the most interesting).

  2. We must think how to keep friendship going because (better, the best, good) friends are easier lost than found.

  3. We discuss (the latest, late, later) school news.

  4. We got acquainted many years ago when we were (less, little, the least) children


Read the famous quotations. Translate into Russian and discuss them.

Associate with men of good quality, if you esteem your own reputation, for it is better to be alone than in bad company.

Washington, George

True friendship is a plant of slow growth and must undergo and withstand shocks of adversity before it is entitled to the appellation.

Washington, George

A friend should bear his friend's infirmities.

Shakespeare

The only way to have a friend is to be one.

Emerson

A friend is a person with whom I may be sincere. Before him I may think aloud.

Emerson


It is a true saying that a man must eat a peck of salt with his friend, before he knows him.

Cervantes


Read, translate and act out the following dialogues.


Dialogue 1

Adriana: I heard you’re moving to New York.

Ryan: Yes. I’ve got an offer in upstate New York.

Adriana: Oh, that’s great! But I’m going to miss you.

Ryan: Me, too. Let’s keep in touch.

Adriana: Yeah. Don’t forget to drop me a line when you settle down.

Ryan: Trust me. I won’t. I’ll keep you posted.

Adriana: You have my address.

Ryan: Well, I have your e- mail address.

Adriana: All right! I look forward to hearing from you son. Good luck!


Dialogue 2

Frank: I just received a letter from one of my old high school buddies.

Sarah: That’s nice!

Frank: Well, actually I haven’t heard from him for ages.

Sarah: To be frank with you, I’ve been out of touch with most of my old friends. Only one or two still keep me posted about what they are doing.

Frank: I know. It’s really hard to maintain contact when people move around so much.

Sarah: That’s right. People just drift apart! But you’re luck to be back in touch with your buddy again.






Dialogue 3

Roger: So, how is your new roommate?

Martha: She really turns me off.

Roger: What happened?

Martha: She’s always making loud noises at midnight and when I remind her, she always makes rude remarks.

Roger: Why don’t you have a heart to heart chat with her?

Martha: I tried, but it didn’t work.


Dialogue 4

Terri: How are things going with you and your roommate?

John: Not very well. We’re supposed to share the groceries, but I end up feeding him three meals a day. My grocery bill is huge, you know. I really can’t afford it any longer.

Terri: I know how you feel. I used a roommate like that. He never offered to reimburse me for anything.

John: I’m really fed up with this, but I just don’t know how to tell him that he should come up with half the grocery bill, because sometimes he treats me to a meal in a restaurant.

Terri: Well, honesty is the best policy. Maybe you just should have a heart-to-heart, friend-to-friend talk with him. If he refuses to mend his ways, then ask him to move out. You can’t let him wear out his welcome.

























6. FAMILY AND FAMILY PROBLEMS

1. New words

research — исследование
household — семья, домашнее хозяйство

generation — поколение
to share — делить
dream — мечта
hope — надежда
possession — собственность
protection — защита
to respect — уважать
dignity — чувство собственного достоинства
dweller — обитатель, житель

privacy — личная жизнь
extended family — семья из нескольких поколений
trust — доверие
to bother — беспокоиться
trouble — проблема
valuable — значимый, ценный
school certificate — школьный аттестат

to cheat — обманывать
to bridge — наводить мосты, преодолевать препятствия
generation gap — конфликт между поколениями

agreement — соглашение


2. Read and discuss.

A family is an essential part of our society. A family is a little world. According to researches, households of three or even four generations will become typical.

Firstly a family has things shared together like dreams, hopes and possessions. I think it is great. Besides, we need a family for comfort and protection.

Secondly a family is a place where they respect dwellers, a place where all members can enjoy the dignity of their own. Some people say that privacy is impossible in an extended family. But in my opinion trust is more important for a happy family than any other feature.

There are a lot of problems in an extended family, especially between brothers and sisters. They always treat one another badly. Of course, if you have a lot of brothers and sisters, there will be no privacy. But on the other hand, when you have no brothers or sisters, life becomes boring.

There are a lot of problems and conflicts that appear between teenagers and their parents. They don't understand each other.

Parents always want their children to be clever and learn harder. They don't bother themselves to understand their children. They are always glad when their children have trouble with things that are very valuable for them.

Parents always cheat teenagers. They say that school is very important for us and to enter an institute we should have good marks in our school-leaving certificates.

But it's not what the children want. I think that it is necessary to bridge the generation gap, and parents and children must come to an agreement.


3. Answer the questions.

1. What is a generation gap?
2. How should we overcome it?
3. What family is extended?
4. Do you agree that an extended family is better?

5. Is your family an extended one or not?
6. What problems are there in an extended family?
7. Do you agree that parents often cheat you?
8. Do you think that a school certificate with good results is important?


It is very important to have good relations in the family. Discuss your and parents’ responsibilities.


Read and sing the songs

How is your mother?”

How is your mother?
She’s fine, thanks.
How is your father?
He’s fine, thanks.
How is your sister?
She’s fine, thanks.
How is your brother?
He’s fine, thanks.


The more we are together”

The more we are together, together, together,
The more we are together, the happier we are.
For your friend is my friend,
And my friend is your friend.
The more we are together, the happier we are.


Read the proverbs. Find their analogue in Russian and discuss them.

Govern a family as you would cook a small fish — very gently. (Chinese)
It is easy to govern a kingdom but difficult to rale one's family. (Chinese)
Man is the head of the family, woman the neck that turns the head. (Chinese)
A small family is soon provided for. (English)
In a good family the husband is deaf and the wife blind. (French)
The family is like the forest: if you are outside, it is dense; if you are inside, you see that each tree has its own position. (Ghanaian)
Look for the good, not the evil, in the conduct of members of the family. (Jewish)
If the family is together, the soul is in the right place. (Russian)
The family that prays together stays together. (Traditional)


Read, translate and act out the following dialogues.


Dialogue 1

Ann: You mustn’t get up, ma. The doctor has strictly prohibited you to do so.

Mother: I know, but there’s so much to do about the house, my dear.

Ann: You needn’t fear, Mum. You leave that to me.


Dialogue 2

Lisa: Do you remember that next Sunday is our Mum’s birthday? What present can we buy for her? Have you decided yet?

Kate: Well, I’m not quite sure. What about a vase? I saw a very beautiful one in the shop the other day. I think she will be very glad, because she has broken her favourite vase. Besides, she likes practical presents and it can always be useful.

Lisa: I’m afraid you forgot that Dad gave her a very beautiful vase on Women’s Day. We have lots of vases at home. In addition, Mum doesn’t like cut flowers, she prefers them in pots.

Kate: OK. Let’s buy her a flower then. Mum likes to take care of them so we can buy a flower in a beautiful pot. They are lovely and we can choose the one she will really enjoy.

Lisa: You know it’s very difficult to find nice flowers at reasonable prices. I’m afraid we don’t have enough money to buy a really beautiful flower. Why don’t we buy her a box of chocolates? They are not very expensive and they are delicious. I’m sure she’ll like them.

Kate: I don’t think so. No, it’s quite an ordinary present. We should give her something special, something that she’ll remember forever.

Lisa: What do you suggest?

Kate: I’ve got an idea! Why don’t we bake an apple pie for her! She is fond of home-made pies and this one is her favourite!

Lisa: Bake a pie? Not a bad idea!

















Приложение №1

Adjectives to characterize people

Positive

Negative

ambitious – честолюбивый

self-satisfied – самодовольный

affectionate – нежный

malicious – злобный

brave – смелый

cowardly –трусливый

compassionate - жалостливый

rigorous - безжалостный

clever – умный

stupid – глупый

curious – любопытный

envious – завистливый

considerate – заботливый

hypocritical – лицемерный

devoted – преданный

mean – подлый

dynamic - динамичный

sluggish - медлительный

disinterested - бескорыстный

mercenary – корыстный

economical – бережливый

extravagant – расточительный

faithful – верный

unfaithful – вероломный

flexible – легко приспосабливаемый

refractory - неподатливый

generous- щедрый

close-fisted – скупой

good-natured – добродушный

malicious - злобный

honest – честный

mendacious – лживый

hospitable – гостеприимный

hostile – враждебный

hard-working - трудолюбивый

lazy - ленивый

inquisitive – любознательный

foolish - глупый

just – справедливый

unjust – несправедливый

kind – добрый

wicked – злой

merciful – милосердный

savage – жестокий

merry – весёлый

sad – грустный

modest – скромный

indelicate - неделикатный

noble – благородный

ignoble - подлый

observant – наблюдательный

absent-minded – рассеянный

punctual – пунктуальный

hasty -торопливый

patient – терпеливый

impatient - нетерпеливый

passionate – страстный

indifferent – равнодушный

proud – гордый

arrogant - самонадеянный

responsible – ответственный

irresponsible - безответственный

resolute – решительный

irresolute – нерешительный

reserved – сдержанный

irascible - несдержанный

reasonable – благоразумный

unreasonable - неблагоразумный

resourceful – находчивый

silly – глупый

skilful – умелый

unskilful - неопытный

sincere – искренний

ill-tongued – злоязычный

straightforward – прямолинейный

secretive – скрытный

shy – застенчивый

vulnerable – ранимый

self-possessed – хладнокровный

haughty - высокомерный

sensitive – чуткий

selfish - эгоистичный

shrewd – проницательный

imprudent - нерассудительный

steady – уравновешенный

hot-tempered - вспыльчивый

soft-hearted - мягкосердечный

cruel –жестокий

tolerant – терпимый

intolerant – нетерпимый

talented – талантливый

untalented – бесталанный

trustworthy – надёжный

unreliable – ненадёжный

well-bred – хорошо воспитанный

rude - грубый

witty – остроумный

cynical – циничный

yielding – уступчивый

stubborn – упрямый







Приложение №2

Characterizing a human being


Age

Возраст

Build

Строение

young

молодой

fat

упитанный

middle-aged

средних лет

slim

стройный

elderly

пожилой

plump

пухлый

old

старый

thin

тонкий

in his 30's

в его 30-ых

medium-built

умеренный, среднекалиберный

in his late teens

в возрасте 16-19

well-built

хорошо сложенный, крепкий

in his mid-20's

в третьем десятке

broad-shouldered

широкоплечий

in his early 40's

в начале 40-ых

overweight

очень толстый

Height

Высота

Eyes

Глаза

1.70 m

1.70 м

blue

синие

medium height

средняя высота

grey

серые

average height

средняя высота

brown

карие

below average

ниже среднего

long eyelashes

длинные ресницы

tall

высокий

thick eyelashes

толстые ресницы

short

короткий

thin eyelashes

тонкие ресницы

tallish

довольно высокий

bushy eyelashes

густые ресницы

shortish

довольно низкий

Hair Color

Цвет Волос

Hairstyle

Прическа

black

черный

long

длинная

brown

коричневый

short

короткая

red

красный

straight

прямая

blonde

белокурый

wavy

волнистая

fair

русый

curly

вьющаяся

grey

серый

neat

опрятная

a brunette (F)

брюнетка (F)

untidy

неопрятная

a redhead (F)

рыжеволосый (F)

with plaits (F)

с косами (F)

white

белый

a fringe

чёлка

dark

темный

swept back

собранная назад

dyed

крашенный

in a bun (F)

собранная назад

Face

Лицо

bald (balding)

лысый (лысеющий)

oval

овальное

pony-tail

причёска "конский хвост"

round

круглое

thinning

редеющая

thin

тонкое

receding

отступающие

long

длинное

Distinguishing Features

Особые приметы

heart-shaped

имеющий форму сердца

beard (M)

борода (M)

square

квадратное

moustache (M)

усы (M)

high cheekbones

высокие скулы

(well) made up

(красиво) накрашенная (макияж)

pointed chin

выразительный подбородок

side-burns (M)

бакенбарды (M)

broken nose

сломанный нос

unshaven

небритый

high forehead

высокий лоб

clean-shaven

чисто выбритый

thin/full lips

тонкие/полные губы

a scar

шрам

long nose

длинный нос

a beauty spot

родинка

turned up nose

поднятый нос

a mole

родинка, бородавка

cleft chin

двойной подбородок

with freckles

с веснушками

conceited

высокомерный

with dimples

со впадинами

Personality

Индивидуальность

with spots

с прыщиками

shy

застенчивый

with wrinkles

с морщинами

friendly

дружественный

with lines

с линиями

quiet

тихий

with glasses

в очках

reserved

сдержанный

Complexion

Цвет лица

thoughtful

раздумчивый

pale

бледный

calm

спокойный

sunburned/tanned

загорелый

(un)sociable

(не)общительный

oriental

восточный, азиатский

sophisticated

утончённый, опытный

fair-skinned

белокожий

cheerful

веселый

olive-skinned

желтокожий

lively

живой

brown

мулат

polite

вежливый

black

черный

reliable

надежный

Dress

Наряд

talkative

болтливый

smart

шикарный

agressive

агрессивный

well-dressed

красивый


scruffy

потрепанный


casual

случайный


conservative

консервативный


elegant

изящный, элегантный


fashionable

светский, модный










Приложение 3

Методические указания по самостоятельной работе

студентов I курса по практическому курсу английского языка.

Самостоятельная работа студентов включает регулярное выполнение домашних заданий (контроль которых осуществляется на занятиях) и выполнение более долгосрочных заданий, контроль которых осуществляется вне аудиторных занятий.

Для выполнения домашних заданий в кабинете 34 имеется методические указания для I курса, тематический словарь, опорные схемы и таблицы, грамматические справочники.

Долгосрочные задания по самостоятельной работе представлены двумя видами: обязательные и необязательные задания.
Обязательные задания включают:
1) домашние задания,
2) выполнение творческих работ.

Необязательные задания могут выполняться студентами по желанию и в соответствии с индивидуальными интересами или проблемами. Эти задания представлены:
1) дополнительная работа с компьютерными программами для аудирования (для студентов, имеющих проблемы с аудированием),
2) работой с дополнительными текстами для чтения по изучаемой тематике

3) просмотр фильмов на изучаемом языке.

Работа с дополнительными текстами дает возможность расширить свой словарный запас в связи с новыми аспектами рассмотрения изучаемой тематики. Это обеспечивает способность более ярко выражать свою индивидуальность в обсуждении тем устной речи.

Дополнительные тексты подобраны из современных британских и американских учебников, а также взяты их Интернета. Тексты организованы в тематической последовательности, снабжены комментариями и собраны в специальной папке “Лексический материал для I курса: Вводно-коррективный курс: О себе, Дружба, Семья, В колледже, Взаимоотношения”. В ней же представлены методические указания по выполнению работы.

Необязательные задания (работа с видео, компьютерными программами и дополнительными текстами) специально не концентрируется. Однако наличие в речи студентов лексики, выходящей за рамки обязательного минимума, приветствуется и поощряется дополнительными баллами в текущем рейтинге.








Приложение 4

Методические рекомендации по работе со словарём

Приступая к работе со словарём, необходимо, прежде всего, познакомиться с его структурой. Несмотря на то, что существует множество различных типов словарей, большинство из них состоит из нескольких разделов:

1) предисловие;

2) о пользовании словарём;

3) о фонетической транскрипции;

4) список помет и условных сокращений;

5) Алфавит (например, английский в англо-русском словаре);

6) собственно словарь;

7) приложение.

В результате анализа структуры словаря студент должен:

- знать объём словаря (т.е. количество слов);

- знать, где находятся в словаре алфавит, краткий фонетический справочник, список помет и условных сокращений;

- ознакомиться с приложением к словарю (это может быть список географических названий, наиболее употребительных сокращений, таблица неправильных глаголов и т.д.)

Для успешной работы со словарём необходимы следующие знания и умения:

  1. Твёрдое знание английского алфавита. Слова в словаре расположены строго в алфавитном порядке, последовательность алфавита соблюдается также и внутри слова.

  2. Умение поставить слово в исходную форму. Слова в словаре даются в их исходной форме: существительные – в общем падеже, единственном числе; глаголы – в неопределённой форме, т.е. в инфинитиве; прилагательное – в положительной степени; наречие – в положительной степени. Однако в предложениях слова не всегда стоят в исходной форме, поэтому её необходимо уметь образовывать.

  3. Знание правил словообразования. Многие новые слова могут быть образованы с помощью префиксов и суффиксов, знание которых значительно облегчает самостоятельную работу над текстом с использованием словаря.

  4. Умение понимать различные обозначения при словах в словаре. Следует помнить, что каждое слово со всем относящимся к нему материалом образует самостоятельную словарную статью. При словах иностранного происхождения, сохранивших своё написание и иногда происхождение, даётся указание на происхождение слова. Слова в словаре помечаются сокращениями.

  5. Умение выбрать в словаре нужное для данного контекста значение слова. Следует помнить, что поиску слова в словаре должен предшествовать анализ предложения, а для этого следует знать структуру предложения в английском языке и формальные признаки различных частей речи.



Приложение 5

Методические указания по оформлению творческой работы

Творческая работа сдаётся в печатном виде после прохождения каждой темы. Общий объём работы – 20-30 предложений. К оформлению работы предъявляются следующие требования:

  1. Текст работы должен быть отпечатан на одной стороне стандартной белой бумаги формата А4 (размер 210 х 297 мм).

  2. Письменная работа печатается шрифтом Times New Roman 14-го размера с одинарным междустрочным интервалом.

  3. Следует строго выдерживать размер полей: левое - 3 см, правое - 1,5 см, верхнее и нижнее - по 2 см.

  4. Выравнивание текста по ширине.

  5. Не допускается использование подчеркивания в заголовках. Не допускается также использование двух и более типов выделения в заголовках (например, курсив и жирный шрифт, курсив и другой цвет, отличный от основного текста).

  6. Титульный лист является первой страницей. На титульном листе номер страницы не ставится. Титульный лист оформляется по образцу (Приложение 1).

- полное название учебного учреждения (шрифт - Times New Roman 14, межстрочный интервал одинарный, выравнивание по центру) ;

- заголовок: наименование работы (творческая работа, доклад, реферат и т.д.), дисциплина, тема работы (шрифт - Times New Roman 18, межстрочный интервал 1,5, выравнивание по центру);

- выполнил-проверил по образцу;

- внизу страницы указывается населённый пункт учреждения и год выполнения работы (шрифт - Times New Roman 14, межстрочный интервал одинарный, выравнивание по центру).





















образец

Государственное бюджетное образовательное учреждение

среднего профессионального образования Нижегородской области

«Краснобаковский лесной колледж»






Творческая работа

по английскому языку

«Мой день»





Выполнил:

студент I курса 1 группы

Иванов Иван

Проверил:

преподаватель

английского языка

Воронина М. В.

Дата сдачи:

Оценка:

Подпись:









р.п. Красные Баки

2012



Список рекомендуемой литературы

по изучаемой тематике

Тема 1.1 Описание людей (друзей, родных и близких)

«О себе»

1. Агабекян И.П. Английский язык для средних специальных заведений. Серия «Учебники и учебные пособия» - Ростов н/Д: «Феникс»,2001 -320 с. (с.60, 61)

2. Колесникова Н.Н. Английский язык для менеджеров= English for

Managers: учебник для студ. сред. проф. учеб. заведений – 3-е изд.,стер. – М.: Издательский центр «Академия», 2008 -304 с. (с. 10)


«Мои друзья»

1. Агабекян И.П. Английский язык для средних специальных заведений. Серия «Учебники и учебные пособия» - Ростов н/Д: «Феникс»,2001 -320 с. (с. 95, 192)

2. Голубев А.П.: Английский язык: Учеб. пособие для студ. сред. проф. учеб. заведений. – 2-е изд., испр. – М.: Издательский центр «Академия», 2006 – 336 с.

(с. 89)

3. Зиновьева Л.А. Английский язык: 1000 фраз и диалогов: для выпускников и абитуриентов – М: Эксмо, 2009. – 352 с. (с. 45, 46, 53-55)

4. Колесникова Н.Н. Английский язык для менеджеров= English for

Managers: учебник для студ. сред. проф. учеб. заведений – 3-е изд.,стер. – М.: Издательский центр «Академия», 2008 -304 с. (с. 19)

5. Трофимов В.Н. Пособие по английскому языку для поступающих в ВУЗы, часть вторая: М.: Издательский Рученькина», 1997 – 240 с. (с. 81-83)

6. Planet of English : учебник английского языка для учреждений НПО и СПО / [Г.Т.Безкоровайная, Н.И.Соколова, Е.А.Кой ран ская, Г.В.Лаврик]. — М. : Издательский центр «Академия», 2012. — 256 с. : ил. (с. 8)


«Моя семья»

1.Вейзе А., Панова И., Английский для абитуриента – Мн.: ТПЦ Полифакт», 1992.- 128 с. (с. 91)

2. Голубев А.П.: Английский язык: Учеб. пособие для студ. сред. проф. учеб. заведений. – 2-е изд., испр. – М.: Издательский центр «Академия», 2006 – 336 с.

(с.78)

3. Зиновьева Л.А. Английский язык: 1000 фраз и диалогов: для выпускников и абитуриентов – М: Эксмо, 2009. – 352 с.(с.28, 30-33)

4. Колесникова Н.Н. Английский язык для менеджеров= English for

Managers: учебник для студ. сред. проф. учеб. заведений – 3-е изд.,стер. – М.: Издательский центр «Академия», 2008 -304 с. (с. 33, 42)

5. Корнеева Е.А, Баграмова Н.В., Чарекова Е.Л. Практика английского языка. Сборник упражнений по устной речи. СПб.: СОЮЗ. 1997 – 336 с. (с.123, 125, 134, 136)

6. Трофимов В.Н. Пособие по английскому языку для поступающих в ВУЗы, часть вторая: М.: Издательский Рученькина», 1997 – 240 с. (с. 22)


Тема 1.2. Межличностные отношения дома, в учебном заведении.

«Семейные отношения»

1. Зиновьева Л.А. Английский язык: 1000 фраз и диалогов: для выпускников и абитуриентов – М: Эксмо, 2009. – 352 с. (с. 28)

2. Трофимов В.Н. Пособие по английскому языку для поступающих в ВУЗы, часть вторая: М.: Издательский Рученькина», 1997 – 240 с. (с. 24)

«Взаимоотношения»

1.Вейзе А., Панова И., Английский для абитуриента – Мн.: ТПЦ Полифакт», 1992.- 128 с. (с.95)

2. Голубев А.П.: Английский язык: Учеб. пособие для студ. сред. проф. учеб. заведений. – 2-е изд., испр. – М.: Издательский центр «Академия», 2006 – 336 с.

(с. 192)


Тема 2.1. Повседневная жизнь, условия жизни, учебный день, выходной день.

«Мой день»

1. Агабекян И.П. Английский язык для средних специальных заведений. Серия «Учебники и учебные пособия» - Ростов н/Д: «Феникс»,2001 -320 с. (с. 66, 68)

2. Вейзе А., Панова И., Английский для абитуриента – Мн.: ТПЦ Полифакт», 1992.- 128 с. (с. 96)

3. Голубев А.П.: Английский язык: Учеб. пособие для студ. сред. проф. учеб. заведений. – 2-е изд., испр. – М.: Издательский центр «Академия», 2006 – 336 с.

(с. 75-76, 196)

4. Зиновьева Л.А. Английский язык: 1000 фраз и диалогов: для выпускников и абитуриентов – М: Эксмо, 2009. – 352 с. (с. 56-58)

5. Колесникова Н.Н. Английский язык для менеджеров= English for

Managers: учебник для студ. сред. проф. учеб. заведений – 3-е изд.,стер. – М.: Издательский центр «Академия», 2008 -304 с. (с. 44, 45, 73)

6. Корнеева Е.А, Баграмова Н.В., Чарекова Е.Л. Практика английского языка. Сборник упражнений по устной речи. СПб.: СОЮЗ. 1997 – 336 с. (с.186, 187)

7. Трофимов В.Н. Пособие по английскому языку для поступающих в ВУЗы, часть вторая: М.: Издательский Рученькина», 1997 – 240 с. (с. 37)


«Мои обязанности»

1. Зиновьева Л.А. Английский язык: 1000 фраз и диалогов: для выпускников и абитуриентов – М: Эксмо, 2009. – 352 с. (с. 61)

2. Трофимов В.Н. Пособие по английскому языку для поступающих в ВУЗы, часть вторая: М.: Издательский Рученькина», 1997 – 240 с. (с. 41)


Тема 2.2. Досуг

«Хобби»

1. Голубев А.П.: Английский язык: Учеб. пособие для студ. сред. проф. учеб. заведений. – 2-е изд., испр. – М.: Издательский центр «Академия», 2006 – 336 с.

(с. 99, 103)

2. Колесникова Н.Н. Английский язык для менеджеров= English for

Managers: учебник для студ. сред. проф. учеб. заведений – 3-е изд.,стер. – М.: Издательский центр «Академия», 2008 -304 с. (с. 28)

3. Трофимов В.Н. Пособие по английскому языку для поступающих в ВУЗы, часть вторая: М.: Издательский Рученькина», 1997 – 240 с. (с. 119)


«Книги и писатели»

1. Агабекян И.П. Английский язык для средних специальных заведений. Серия «Учебники и учебные пособия» - Ростов н/Д: «Феникс»,2001 -320 с. (с. 75, 89, 195, 209, 210, 277)

2. Вейзе А., Панова И., Английский для абитуриента – Мн.: ТПЦ Полифакт», 1992.- 128 с. (с. 101)

3. Голубев А.П.: Английский язык: Учеб. пособие для студ. сред. проф. учеб. заведений. – 2-е изд., испр. – М.: Издательский центр «Академия», 2006 – 336 с.

(с. 26, 227)

4. Корнеева Е.А, Баграмова Н.В., Чарекова Е.Л. Практика английского языка. Сборник упражнений по устной речи. СПб.: СОЮЗ. 1997 – 336 с. (с.174, 175, 184)

5. Островский Б.С. Английский язык: Факультативный курс. Учебн. пособие для 9 кл. ср. школы. Второй год обучения. – 2-е изд. – М.: Просвещение, 1979 – 221 с.

(с. 14)

7. Трофимов В.Н. Пособие по английскому языку для поступающих в ВУЗы, часть вторая: М.: Издательский Рученькина», 1997 – 240 с. (с. 102)


«Фильмы и актёры»

1. . Зиновьева Л.А. Английский язык: 1000 фраз и диалогов: для выпускников и абитуриентов – М: Эксмо, 2009. – 352 с. (с. 236, 242)

2. Корнеева Е.А, Баграмова Н.В., Чарекова Е.Л. Практика английского языка. Сборник упражнений по устной речи. СПб.: СОЮЗ. 1997 – 336 с. (с. 278, 280, 284)

3. Островский Б.С. Английский язык: Факультативный курс. Учебн. пособие для 9 кл. ср. школы. Второй год обучения. – 2-е изд. – М.: Просвещение, 1979 – 221 с.

(с. 36-38)

4. Трофимов В.Н. Пособие по английскому языку для поступающих в ВУЗы, часть вторая: М.: Издательский Рученькина», 1997 – 240 с. (с. 88)


«Музыка и исполнители»

1. Голубев А.П.: Английский язык: Учеб. пособие для студ. сред. проф. учеб. заведений. – 2-е изд., испр. – М.: Издательский центр «Академия», 2006 – 336 с.

(с. 223)

2. Трофимов В.Н. Пособие по английскому языку для поступающих в ВУЗы, часть вторая: М.: Издательский Рученькина», 1997 – 240 с. (с. 111)


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