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МИНИСТЕРСТВО ОБЩЕГО И ПРОФЕССИОНАЛЬНОГО ОБРАЗОВАНИЯ РОСТОВСКОЙ ОБЛАСТИ

государственное бюджетное образовательное учреждение

среднего профессионального образования Ростовской области

«Константиновский педагогический колледж»





Методическое пособие

«do you speak English? Let’s talk!»

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Автор: Горбатова Кристина Евгеньевна

студентка 4 «И» курса

специальность 050303.52.

Иностранный язык



Константиновск,2013

Предисловие

Методическое пособие «Can you speak English? Lets talk!» предназначено для широкого круга лиц, изучающих английский язык в школе. Адресована всем учителям учащимся общеобразовательных школ.

Цель пособия - довести до автоматизма у учащихся навыки монологического высказывания с целью более продуктивной работы в процессе иноязычной коммуникативной компетенции, а учителям своевременно организовать контроль уровня сформированности умений монологической речи в процессе освоения этим сложным видом речевой деятельности.

Пособие представляет собой сборник разно уровневых упражнений по теме «Families and Friends: Are We Happy Together?», предназначенный для контроля навыков монологической речи учащихся 9 классов, состоит из аутентичных текстов и упражнений в обучении монологической речи к УМК М.З. Биболетовой и др.

Методическое пособие составлено на основе опыта учителей, работающих над проблемой обучения монологической речи на средней ступени обучения иностранного языка и собственного опыта.



















Содержание

Предисловие……………………………………………………………………….2

Раздел 1. Контроль монологической речи на ситуативной основе: Уровень фразы

UNIT 1 FAMILIES AND FRIENDS: ARE WE HAPPY TOGETHER?

Section 1 «Holidays Are a Time for Adventures and Discoveries» ………….3

Section 2 «Family and Friends? No Problem» ……………………………….3

Section 3 «Is It Easy to Live apart from the Family?» ………………………..8


Раздел 2. Контроль монологической речи на ситуативной основе: Уровень сверхфразового единства

UNIT 1 FAMILIES AND FRIENDS: ARE WE HAPPY TOGETHER?

Section 2 «Family and Friends? No Problem» ……………………………….10

Section 1 «Holidays Are a Time for Adventures and Discoveries» ………….12

Section 2 «Family and Friends? No Problem» ……………………………….13

Section 3 «Is It Easy to Live apart from the Family?» ……………………….14

Section 4 «Spending Time Together» ………………………………………..14


Раздел 3. Контроль монологической речи на ситуативной основе: Уровень текста

UNIT 1 FAMILIES AND FRIENDS: ARE WE HAPPY TOGETHER?

Section 2 «Family and Friends? No Problem» ……………………………… 16

Section 3 «Is It Easy to Live apart from the Family?» ……………………….16

Section 1 «Holidays Are a Time for Adventures and Discoveries» ………… 16

Section 2 «Family and Friends? No Problem» …………………………….... 17

Section 4 «Spending Time Together» ………………………………………. 18

Список литературы …………………………………………………………….. 22










Раздел 1. Контроль монологической речи на ситуативной основе: Уровень фразы


I Уровень


Unit 1 Families and Friends: Are We Happy Together?

Section 1 «Holidays Are a Time for Adventures and Discoveries»


  1. READ THE TEXT. THEN ASK YOUR CLASSMATES SOME OF THE QUESTIONS BELOW. ASK THEM ABOUT THEIR SUMMER ACHIEVEMENTS


Andrew didn’t waste any time on his holidays.

He read more than twenty books and made lots of friends. Now he has friends in Smolensk where he was on holidays.

He is also very proud that he helped his younger brother learn how to swim. Now his brother is going to join the school team and to take part in swimming competitions.


1) How many … new books have you read?

new films have you seen?

new friends have you made?

interesting people have you met?


2) What … new places have you been?

3) Who … have you helped?

has helped you?


UNIT 1 FAMILIES AND FRIENDS: ARE WE HAPPY TOGETHER?

Section 2: «Family and Friends? No Problem»


  1. Read the text and say if you are agree or disagree with the boy


It happens that people of the elder generation don’t like the music we listen to. Teenagers often think that their parents’ or grandparents’ music is out of fashion and sounds a little bit strange. On the other hand, I don’t mind some of my parents’ likings. We enjoy listening to jazz or famous pop- groups of the past like ABBA. I explain the musical styles of modern groups to them. Sometimes they even like them.


  1. Do your parents understand you? Are you able to understand them? Choose the answer which fits your situation best and score the result. But don’t take it too seriously


1 Every morning your parents ______________

  1. want you to make your bed.

  2. want you make your bed, cook breakfast and do the washing up.

  3. think that there is no sense in making beds in the morning as the night will come anyway.


2hello_html_2b1c42d1.png At dinner time your parents ______________

a) make you eat proper meals and sometimes allow

you to have some chips and fizzy drinks.

b) make you eat salad, soup and meat with vegetables

every day, everything well- balanced with

vitamins, proteins and so on.

c) buy chips and fizzy drinks and arrange a nice

family –like meal on the floor in front of the TV

set.

3 When you go out, your parents ______________

a) want to know where you go and don’t like it when

your return late.

b) go with you wherever you go .

c) don’t care when you are back.

4 When you go out, your parents ______________

a) insist on your wearing tidy clothes and don’t approve of trendy clothing.

b) insist on your visiting the hairdresser beforehand.

c) believe that you look too conservative in your new jeans and new T-shirt compared with their pierced bellies and torn jeans.


5 When your parents ask you about school, _______________

a) they usually want to know about your progress and about your problems.

b) they demand a detailed report on every lesson you have had that day.

c) they just want to know what grade you are in.


How to score:

II Уровень


  1. Whello_html_60d52aa.jpgork in groups. Choose one of the texts. Read it. Find the sentence that reflects the idea of the text in the most accurate way and add one more



A)

B)

C)

  1. Read the texts and say what Alison and Daniel think about friendship between a boy and a girl. ANSWER THE QUESTIONS



Alison

Age:14

Hobby: tennis

Favorite celebrity: Enrique Iglesias

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I’ve been best mates with Daniel for about seven years. We became friends when we started school together. Dan sat behind me and we were always chatting away.

I am a bit of a tomboy (я сама как мальчишка) so I think we’re very much alike. Dan usually agrees with me on things like music, but there is no way I’d take him shopping with me. I’ve got loads of girl mates and they get on really well with Dan. When we first went to secondary school, they were all asking if we were going out together. That happens a lot!

He is very calm and avoids conflicts. We have only argued a couple of times. It’s usually over his girlfriends because sometimes I don’t think they are good enough for him. He gives me advice, too. If I feel too shy to talk to a lad I fancy, he’ll just tell me to chill and be myself.

I think it is easier to talk to boys because of him. He’s really good at knowing when I am a bit stressed out. If I’m ever feeling down, he’ll pull funny faces to cheer me up. Dan is the best friend anyone could ask for.


Daniel

Age: 14

Hobby: football

Favorite: David Beckham

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It’s good being best mates with Alison because she can tell me about girls.

She gives me tips on what to talk to them about. Alison me to choose what to wear and sometimes she does my hair for me.

She is a bit of a tomboy as he plays football and she gets into fights. She’s all right at football but she supports Manchester United and I support Arsenal so we fight when they play against each other.

My friends don’t like her because they think she’s annoying. When they tell me that she is a bore, I stick up for her and tell them that they are boring. Alison has always been there for me. Like when I am upset about my grades, she helps me calm down.

I know I will be best mates with Alison for ages.


Questions:

  1. How many years has Alison been best mates with Daniel?

  2. When did Alison and Daniel become friends?

  3. Why does Alison think that she and Daniel are very much alike?

  4. Why does Daniel think it’s good being best mates with Alison?

  5. Why does Alison like Daniel?

  6. Why does Daniel think that Alison is a bit of a tomboy?

  7. Why does Alison think that it is easier to talk to boys?

  8. What does Alison do when Daniel is upset?


UNIT 1 FAMILIES AND FRIENDS: ARE WE HAPPY TOGETHER?

Section 3: «Is It Easy to Live apart from the Family?»


5. Say what of a person Sally and Sharon. complete the sentences


Is it easy to share a room?


A

Last summer I was in a language school in Malta. I had won an English language competition and the prize was a two-week trip. I enjoyed it greatly, but there was one thing that really spoilt my impression. It was my roommate. She was a cute girl but a real chatterbox. In the morning, when we got up, she used to talk about clothes and boys all the time. She kept talking about these same things during the breaks between our classes, and even in the evening I had no chance to escape from her «boys and clothes».

I’m not a bore and I’m certainly not a bookworm who is interested only in studying. I didn’t feel jealous either, but her silly talking made me mad and even the sound of her voice seemed to me very annoying. Sometimes I told her that her clothes looked stupid and didn’t suit her at all or made fun of the boy she liked.

She was quieter when she was upset. Then I felt ashamed of how I spoke to her.


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Sally is ___________


B

I think sharing a room with a person your age is a great experience. You learn to live in the world of adults where you have to take care of yourself and have everything depend on you. Unlike your mum or dad, your roommate is not going to accept all your « nice and lovely » habits and support you in every situation. You have to earn his or her friendship and any good feelings her or she has for you. This means that you shouldn’t do anything that hurts your roommate. The law of co- existence is very simple: you can do anything you like but not at other people’s expense.

In other words, you can enjoy yourself as long as it doesn’t hurt other people. Observe this law yourself, make your roommate do the same and everything will be all right.


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Sharon is ___________




Раздел 2. Контроль монологической речи на ситуативной основе: Уровень сверхфразового единства


I уровень


UNIT 1 FAMILIES AND FRIENDS: ARE WE HAPPY TOGETHER?

Section 2 «Family and Friends? No Problem»


1hello_html_60d52aa.jpg
. Tell the class when and why you need friends. Use the words in the box

A)

when you are happy

when you are stressed

when you are tired


B)

when you have problems with your parents

when you are betrayed by somebody

when you need somebody’s support


C)

to share your interests

to enjoy life

to feel lonely

to help someone


D)

to learn new things

to rely on them

to quarrel with them


E)

to speak about life

to have fun

to listen to music


F)

to do sports

to ask for advice

to get support from them


2. Read the texts. Put the sentences in the right order

A)

B)

C)

A)

  1. They can envy your success at school.

  2. I know that the only people who will always love and understand me are my family.

  3. If I get into trouble, the people I ask for advice are many parents.

  4. My family is much more important to me than friends.

  5. Friends can betray you.

  6. Family means a lot to me.


B)

  1. Life is cool with them.

  2. My family… they don’t care about me.

  3. Even my grades at school don’t worry them much.

  4. Friends are everything to me.

  5. I would feel absolutely lonely if I did not have friends.

  6. We often gather at my place or somewhere else to speak about life.

  7. The only things they care about are their jobs.


C)

  1. I enjoy spending time with.

  2. I have a family that loves me and friends.

  3. You should cherish them.

  4. My family wishes me well.

  5. Not all people you go out with can be called friends.

  6. I think I’m very lucky.

II уровень


UNIT 1 FAMILIES AND FRIENDS: ARE WE HAPPY TOGETHER?

Section 1 «Holidays Are a Time for Adventures and Discoveries»


have lots of free time

play with friends all day long

don’t have to get up early

give as much time as you want to a hobby

have nothing to do

read for pleasure

have lots of opportunity for doing sport

travel and see other places

get a lovely tan

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. Say why most teenagers enjoy holidays so much. Use the phrases in the box or your own ideas

UNIT 1 FAMILIES AND FRIENDS: ARE WE HAPPY TOGETHER?

Section 2 «Family and Friends? No Problem»


4. Read the texts about Alison and Daniel. Find in the texts as many advantages as you can of having a boy/ girl as your best mate


Alison

Age:14

Hobby: tennis

Favorite celebrity: Enrique Iglesias

hello_html_m356291a7.jpg


I’ve been best mates with Daniel for about seven years. We became friends when we started school together. Dan sat behind me and we were always chatting away.

I am a bit of a tomboy so I think we’re very much alike. Dan usually agrees with me on things like music, but there is no way I’d take him shopping with me. I’ve got loads of girl mates and they get on really well with Dan. When we first went to secondary school, they were all asking if we were going out together. That happens a lot!

He is very calm and avoids conflicts. We have only argued a couple of times. It’s usually over his girlfriends because sometimes I don’t think they are good enough for him. He gives me advice, too. If I feel too shy to talk to a lad I fancy, he’ll just tell me to chill and be myself.

I think it is easier to talk to boys because of him. He’s really good at knowing when I am a bit stressed out. If I’m ever feeling down, he’ll pull funny faces to cheer me up.

Dan is the best friend anyone could ask for.


Daniel

Age: 14

Hobby: football

Favorite: David Beckham

hello_html_m3fc1c767.jpg


It’s good being best mates with Alison because she can tell me about girls.

She gives me tips on what to talk to them about. Alison me to choose what to wear and sometimes she does my hair for me.

She is a bit of a tomboy as he plays football and she gets into fights. She’s all right at football but she Manchester United and I support Arsenal so we fight when they play against each other.

My friends don’t like her because they think she’s annoying. When they tell me that she is a bore, I stick up for her and tell them that they boring. Alison has always been there for me. Like when I am upset about my grades, she helps me calm down.

I know I will be best mates with Alison for ages.


1) The advantages of having a boy as your best mate are _________________

2) The advantages of having a girl as your best mate ____________________


UNIT 1 FAMILIES AND FRIENDS: ARE WE HAPPY TOGETHER?

Section 3 «Is It Easy to Live apart from the Family?


5. A distant a relative is coming to stay with your family for a while. The relative lives in the Unites States and you’ve never seen this person before. Tell your elder sister (who has seen the relative) as many questions as possible to get an idea of whom you will be sharing your flat with. Use the plan below


  • a man or a woman

  • age

  • appearance (tall, short, fat, handsome, beard, colour of hair)

  • languages, speaks Russian

  • how long in America

  • has a family

  • kids

  • job

  • traits of character (nice, moody, gets up early in the morning, enjoys sport, smokes)

  • staying at your place, for how long


UNIT 1 FAMILIES AND FRIENDS: ARE WE HAPPY TOGETHER?

Section 4 «Spending Time Together»


6. Which of the following entertainment activities would you prefer to do with your family? What would you prefer to do with your friends? Which of these activities would you prefer to avoid? make up a situation sentence by sentace useing the words from the box


barbecue in the countryside taking part in a sports competition

camping in the countryside watching sports competitions

watching videos or films chatting about your personal problems

going to an amusement park

going to pop and rock concerts

gardening travelling round the world

going to the seaside arranging special meals at home

going to the theatre/ concert/ cinema/ circus


Раздел 3. Контроль монологической речи на ситуативной основе: Уровень текста


I уровень


Unit 1 Families and Friends: Are We Happy Together?

Section 2 «Family and Friends? No Problem»


1. Share your stories in four sentences. Discuss if we should forgive friends or not. Give your arguments using the example


Example: I think we should forgive friends: all people have the right to make a mistake, …. .

or

I’m afraid there are some things that I cannot forgive: when my friend betray me, … .


Unit 1 Families and Friends: Are We Happy Together?

Section 3 «Is It Easy to Live apart from the Family?


2. Six people want to stay at the hotel. You have to put them into the rooms available. Decide where to put each of the six people. Keep in mind that there are only three vacant rooms. Say which of them shouldn’t be put into one room. Give your main 3 reasons. Use the phrases below


  • Sharing a room is not easy.

  • will have nothing against in common.

  • They have something in common.

  • Sometimes roommates become very close friends.

  • Sometimes they can’t stand each other.

  • It will be unwise to put A and B in one room because.

  • ... opposite interests and different styles of living will cause problems.

  • We think they will enjoy each other’s company.

  • It’s not a question of age.


II уровень


Unit 1 Families and Friends: Are We Happy Together?

Section 1 «Holidays Are a Time for Adventures and Discoveries»


3. LOOK AT THE PICTURE AND Say why most teenagers enjoy holidays so much


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Unit 1 Families and Friends: Are We Happy Together?

Section 2 «Family and Friends? No Problem»


4. Read the texts about Alison and Daniel. They tell you about friendship between a boy and a girl. tell us what you think of having a boy/girl your best mate. make up a story of 6-8 sentences


Alison

Age:14

Hobby: tennis

Favorite celebrity: Enrique Iglesias

hello_html_m356291a7.jpg


I’ve been best mates with Daniel for about seven years. We became friends when we started school together. Dan sat behind me and we were always chatting away.

I am a bit of a tomboy so I think we’re very much alike. Dan usually agrees with me on things like music, but there is no way I’d take him shopping with me. I’ve got loads of girl mates and they get on really well with Dan. When we first went to secondary school, they were all asking if we were going out together. That happens a lot!

He is very calm and avoids conflicts. We have only argued a couple of times. It’s usually over his girlfriends because sometimes I don’t think they are good enough for him. He gives me advice, too. If I feel too shy to talk to a lad I fancy, he’ll just tell me to chill and be myself.

I think it is easier to talk to boys because of him. He’s really good at knowing when I am a bit stressed out. If I’m ever feeling down, he’ll pull funny faces to cheer me up. Dan is the best friend anyone could ask for.


Daniel

Age: 14

Hobby: football

Favorite: David Beckham

hello_html_m3fc1c767.jpg


It’s good being best mates with Alison because she can tell me about girls.

She gives me tips on what to talk to them about. Alison me to choose what to wear and sometimes she does my hair for me.

She is a bit of a tomboy as he plays football and she gets into fights. She’s all right at football but she Manchester United and I support Arsenal so we fight when they play against each other.

My friends don’t like her because they think she’s annoying. When they tell me that she is a bore, I stick up for her and tell them that they boring. Alison has always been there for me. Like when I am upset about my grades, she helps me calm down.

I know I will be best mates with Alison for ages.


Unit 1 Families and Friends: Are We Happy Together?

Section 4: «Spending Time Together»


5. Explain your choice what type of holiday would you like to have? Choose one of the possibilities. Dwell on the topic. Use the words in the box below


A)


B)

6. Make up an entertainment project for the whole class for the coming holiday. Use the following guidelines. The expressions below can be helpful. Tell about it in your class


  • Work out a suggestion about what to do or where to go. Prepare the arguments for this entertainment activity:

  1. Our idea of a good holiday is…

  2. Let’s … .

  • Present your project to the class. Be ready to disagree with some of the students. Try to convince them that your project is the best:

  1. We can have quality time. It’s not only entertainment but it’s also very good for your health/ and mind and can extend your interest

  2. It will be great!

  3. You’ll be delighted!


  • Vote for the best project and select a winner:

  1. I can’t see anything against it.

  2. That sounds OK, but …

  3. I don’t feel like …

список Литературы

  1. Биболетова М.З. и др. Enjoy English: Учебник английского языка для 9 класса общеобразовательных учреждений [Текст] / М.З. Биболетова, Е.Е. Бабушис, О.И. Кларк, А.Н. Морозова, И.Ю. Соловьева. – Обнинск: Титул, 2007. – с.240

  2. Маслыко Е.А. Обучение монологу [Текст] // Е.А. Маслыко. Настольная книга преподавателя иностранного языка: справочное пособие. – Минск: Вышэйшая школа, 2008. – с.445


СЛОВАРИ

  1. Косогова Л.И. Русско-английский учебный словарь [Текст] / Л.И. Косогорова. – М.: Русский язык, 2000. – с.832

  2. Мюллер В.К. Большой англо-русский словарь. 250 000 слов и словосочетаний. Новая редакция [Текст] / Под ред. С.И. Карантирова.- М.: ООО «Дом Славянской книги», 2008. – с.706




















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