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Открытый урок по предмету "Практика устной и письменной речи" на тему "Adventurers"



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Название документа План урока.docx

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План учебного занятия


Discipline: The Practice of oral and written speech.

Teacher: Fadeeva E.V.

Theme: Adventurers

Type of the lesson: the presentation of the new material

Aims:

  1. Educational: to talk about adventures and adventurers, learn character adjectives, review of Past Simple and Past Continuous, get knowledge about Past Perfect, learn new words according the theme.

  2. Developing: to develop speaking and reading skills, cognitive skills, creative thinking

  3. Pedagogical: to teach students to work in pairs, groups and individually, teach them to respect each other and like studying English language


Results:

Student should know: new words according to the theme, character adjectives, Past Perfect

Students can: talk about zodiac signs, discuss the theme “Adventures”, read narrative articles


The process of the lesson


Stages of the lesson

Duration

Teacher’s activities

Student’s activities

Aids

Organizational moments

2 min.

To prepare for the lesson

1. Greeting

Exercise-books



Greeting

2. Preparations for the lesson

Pens and pencils



Good morning! I’m glad to see you! How are you? Are you in a good mood today? What date is it today? And we hope we will have a good time at our lesson, now let’s begin working.

Washington Irving said “Great minds have purpose, other wishes”. I hope you all have purpose to study English and you will achieve it. Today we are going to talk about Adventurers, and our tasks for today are - to learn character adjectives

- to get more information about zodiac signs

- to talk about adventures

- review of Past Simple and Past Continuous

- to get knowledge about Past Perfect

3. Prepare the classroom for the lesson (piece of chalk and wet duster)


Warm-up

2 min

Show the slide with the word Adventure, give the definition: Adventure – is an unusual, exciting and sometimes dangerous experience. Ask the students which words can be related to this one and why.

Students name different words related to Adventure and explain their choice.

Presentation

Actualization and correction of the supporting knowledge

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6 min


Discuss with the students if an exploration is an adventure. Give the definition: Exploration – is the action of traveling in or through an unfamiliar area in order to learn about it. Ask them to prove it. What types of exploration they can name (land, ocean and space).

Tell the students that sometimes people travel, have the adventures and even don’t think that they can explore or prove something. Give them set of papers with the tasks. Explain the students that they are going to read the text about Ferdinand Magellan’s voyage, the person who was the first to sail around the world, and put the verbs in brackets in the form of Past Simple. It will help them to check their knowledge about regular and irregular verbs.

Before reading ask them to look at the glossary of the text and read all the words for them and ask the students to repeat them all together.

Give them the task to work with the text.

Ask the students to check their answers by themselves with the help of slide.

Give them the map of route of Magellan and ask the students with the help of map, text and words from it retell the story of his travelling. Ask four students to come to the blackboard and show and tell about each stage of the route.

Students discuss what the exploration is and what types of exploration they can name.







Student read the text and put the verbs into the right form of Past Simple, paying attention to regular and irregular verbs.











Students look at the glossary and repeat the words after the teacher.



They check their results.



Students with the help of map, text and words from it try to retell the story about Magellan’s voyage, show it on the map.

Article, glossary and map “The journey that proved earth was round” from “Document-based questions”

Presentation


Presentation of the new material

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Ask the students how different traits of our character can have an influence on our life. For example which traits of the character should have a leader, an explorer, a scientist, a traveller? Encourage students to name as many adjectives as they can.

Give them the list of different character adjectives. Ask to look through them to find new ones. Read the adjectives for them.

Ask the students if they believe in horoscope, and give them the names of zodiac signs, ask the students to read them all together and write them down in their copybooks.

Give them the task in pairs to ask each other about the date of their birthday and what their sign is. In pair ask them to name their traits and discuss it using the words from papers, if all the representatives have the same traits of character.

Ask some students to talk about their neighbour’s character.

Then give them the cards with zodiac signs and description of it. Ask the students to match the picture with the description. They work in groups of four. Ask the students to name two adjectives about each sign and tell which of them can be adventurers and why?

Students name different character adjectives to describe explorers, adventurers and other.



Students define new adjectives.
Listen to the pronunciation.



Write down the names of horoscope.





In pairs ask each other questions and talk about their traits of character.





Tell about neighbour’s characters.

Students in groups match zodiac signs cards. Name adjectives of each sign and define adventurers among them.


Presentation

Cards with zodiac signs

Physical training

1 min

Ask students to do physical training by following the orders.

Do physical training.


Presentation of the new material

10 min









6 min





6 min


Ask the students if they know when we use Past Perfect. Tell the students that you are going to explain them this theme. Explain them the usage of this tense, give the examples. Ask the students to write their own examples and then check them.

Ask them to do the exercise from presentation to complete the sentences. Give them the papers with exercise to define what action was the first.

Give the students the cards with pictures to check their comprehension of the new theme.

Students write down the main grammar rules and examples, write down own examples.





Do the exercises from papers and cards.

Cards with pictures, exercises

Consolidation and checking the knowledge

10 min















3 min

Explain that the following story is real and it was an adventure of 2008, not only adults can be so brave, but also young determined people. Give the students the article “From Pole to Pole - Manpowered”, ask them in pairs to put the paragraphs in the correct order, read the text and translate. Explain unknown words, ask the students to write down them in copybooks.

After the reading with the students answer the questions according to the article (true or false questions). Ask the students if they would like to be the adventurers? How do you think is it difficult? Explain the answers.

In pairs put the abstracts from the article in right order, read it and translate, write down new words.









After reading students answer the questions according to it and discuss is they would like to be adventurers.

Article “From Pole to Pole - Manpowered” from “Target PET”

Presentation

Reflection of the lesson

3 min

Do you like our lesson? Was everything clear for you? Let’s repeat some useful words according to our theme and make in pairs little review of adventure vocabulary by doing the word search.

Students ask and answer the questions and repeat words, do the word search.

Papers with Adventure word search

Marks for the lesson

1 min

Ok, I will put and explain your marks.



Instruct homework

2 min

Ask students to learn new words and write a story about adventure using past tenses.

Write the tasks.




Название документа List of Character Adjectives.docx

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Character Adjectives

Active

Активный, деятельный

Adaptable

Легко приспосабливаемый

Adventurous

Отважный, смелый, рискованный

Ambitious

Честолюбивый, целеустремленный

Artistic

Артистичный

Assertive

Напористый, агрессивный

Bossy

Любящий командовать

Career orientated

Нацеленный на карьеру

Careful

Заботливый, старательный

Communicative

Общительный, разговорчивый

Creative

Творческий

Critical

Требовательный, разборчивый

Demanding

Требовательный

Determined

Решительный, непоколебимый

Eccentric

Эксцентричный, странный

Emotive, emotional

Эмоциональный

Forceful

Влиятельный, убедительный

Friendly

Дружелюбный

Fussy

Придирчивый, привередливый

Generous

Щедрый

Imaginative

Одаренный богатым воображением

Impulsive

Импульсивный

Independent

Независимый

Innocent

Невинный, простодушный, наивный

Intelligent

Умный, сообразительный

Intuitive

Обладающий интуицией

Inventive

Изобретательный, находчивый

Irritable

Несдержанный, раздражительный

Jealous

Завистливый

Lively

Активный, энергичный

Loyal

Верный, преданный

Moody

Легко поддающийся переменам настроения

Optimistic

Оптимистичный

Outspoken

Искренний, откровенный

Practical

Практичный, дельный

Reasonable

Разумный, справедливый

Reliable

Надежный, верный

Reserved

Скрытый, замкнутый

Restless

Беспокойный, неугомонный

Sensitive

Чувствительный, впечатлительный

Sensitive

Чувствительный, чуткий, ранимый

Sincere

Искренний, чистосердечный

Stubborn

Упрямый, настойчивый

Understanding

Понимающий, отзывчивый

Unpredictable

Непредсказуемый

Versatile

Многосторонний, разносторонний

Warm-hearted

Добрый, душевный



Название документа Glossary for article The journey that proved Earth was round.docx

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Glossary



familiarблизкий, привычный, хорошо знакомый

on one's own самостоятельно, независимо

shipwreckкораблекрушение

to wreck терпеть крушение

crewэкипаж, команда

voyage - плавание, морское путешествие

to set sail отправляться в плавание

fleet флот, флотилия

coast - морское побережье

thunderstormгроза

to batter - разрушать, повреждать

to leak протекать


to rot портиться (о еде)

bay - бухта, залив

barrenпустой, неплодородный

hutлачуга, хижина

shoreберег, побережье

set up устанавливать, ставить

shelter приют, убежище

inlet – узкий морской пролив

to discover – обнаружить

strait – пролив

to flee – убегать, спасаться бегством

to remainоставаться

to surviveвыживать

logжурнал для служебных записей





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Название документа Cards with zodiac signs.docx

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TAURUS (April 21 – May 20)


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GEMINI (May 21 – June 21)


VIRGO (August 24 – September 23)


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LEO (July 23 – August 23)


CANCER (June 22 – July 22)


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SCORPIO (October 24 – November 22)


LIBRA (September 24 – October 23)



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PISCES (February 20 – March 20)


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AQUARIUS (January 21 – February 19)


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CAPRICORN (December 22 – January 20)


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SAGITTARIUS

(November 23 – December 21)


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They are careful, sincere and independent. They are reasonable but can be really critical. They like things to be perfect and places to be tidy, as they are terribly fussy.

They are forceful, demanding and sometimes bossy. But despite this they also have a generous nature. They love to be in the centre of attention. They are good organisers. They are emotive and optimistic.

They are loyal to their friends and very sensitive. They can be moody, however. They like staying in one place and hate travelling. They like living in the past. They may be eccentric and imaginative.

They are versatile and lively. They are restless and are always looking for new things. They don’t like hard monotonous work, because they are keen on change. They are intelligent, adaptable and communicative.

They are reliable, practical and determined people but they can be really stubborn when dealing with other people. They only work hard if they’re enjoying what they’re doing. They hate change. They are warm-heated.

Those born under this sign are very adventurous, active people, as a result they can be impulsive and assertive. But they are also innocent. They like planning ahead, they are “doers” and the achievers of the zodiac.


























































They are sensitive and understanding. They cannot bear to see other people suffer. It makes them irritable when things do not run smoothly. They are also unpredictable in their behaviour. They are good leaders.

They are intelligent and inventive. They are full of unusual ideas to change the world. They are great conversationalists and thinkers. They are friendly but also unpredictable and full of surprises.

They are very career orientated people. They are ambitious and have opinions about everything but they are reserved as well. They plan carefully to achieve their ambitions.


They are independent but friendly. They love sports and outdoor activities. They can be outspoken in their opinions. They love travelling and exploration.

Those born under this sign are intense in their relationship, determined to get their own way and are very jealous. They enjoy solving problems and can be difficult to live with. They have good self – controll. They are emotional and intuitive.

They typically need balance and stability in their lives. They have good manners. They are creative and artistic. They love adventures and new situations.








Название документа Article From Pole to Pole.docx

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From Pole to Pole - Manpowered

In May 2008, at the age of 20, Rob Gauntlett and James Hooper became the first people to travel from the North Pole to the South Pole without engines or motors, using only natural power.


They set off for the North Pole from Qaanaaq in Greenland on April 8th 2007. They began their journey on skis, but their progress was so slow that after a few weeks they changed to dog sleds. It was on this part of the journey that Rob almost lost his life. They were racing over the ice when Rob dropped his glove into the snow. As he was running back to get It, he fell straight through the ice into the freezing water, hitting his head as he fell. He lay face down in the water for three minutes until James was able to pull him out. ‘It was four hours before he was rescued and taken to hospital,' explained James. 'Our parents wanted us to give up at that point, but we knew we had to continue.’


After their three-month trek on foot across the Arctic, Rob and James sailed from Upemavik in Greenland to New York. There they began a 17,000-kilometre bike ride through Central and South America to Punta Arenas in Chile. Some of their best memories are of this part of the trip. 'We cycled 160 kilometres a day, which was tiring, but every night when we stopped, people met us with big smiles and offered us food!'


Finally the boys boarded their 107-metre yacht for the voyage across the Southern Ocean. But just four days before they reached the South Pole, a huge storm almost swept James into the sea. 'I was working on the deck while Rob was trying to sleep below. The wind was blowing at about 100 kph and the waves were rising 25 metres into the air. Suddenly a huge wave crashed into the boat. I wrapped my arms around a pole and held it tightly. The boat turned over on its side, but luckily when it came back up again I was still holding on.'


They finally sailed into Sydney Harbour, Australia, 396 days after setting off. Now back in the UK, the pair are working on a book and a documentary about their experiences. ‘We don’t have plans for another expedition just yet, but I’m sure we will one day. It’s just a matter of time!'




Название документа Article - The journey that proved Earth was round.docx

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The Journey that Proved Earth Was Round

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Five hundred years ago, sailing—even in familiar waters— (be) ________ an adventure. There were no radios, weather reports, or good maps. Sailors (be) ________ on their own. Many (die) ________ in shipwrecks. So little was known about Earth and its seas that no one was sure that the world was round.


Then Ferdinand Magellan (lead) ________ a crew of 265 on a voyage. They were the first men to sail around the world. They were also the first Europeans to cross the Pacific Ocean.


Magellan (set) ________ sail in September 1519. He commanded the Trinidad. The other ships in his fleet were the San Antonio, Concepcion, Victoria, and Santiago.hello_html_46e2e98c.gif


Along Africa’s coast, strong thunderstorms battered the fleet. They (have) ________ to wait for the weather to change and wind to blow. In the meantime, the ships (start) ________ to leak. Some of their food rotted. At last they headed southwest.


In November they (reach) ________ Brazil’s shore. They rested there. On Christmas Day they started going down the South American coast. On the way they explored each river and bay. They (move) ________ slowly and ended up in a cold, barren place on April 1.


The crew (build) ________ huts and set up camp. The Santiago was wrecked. The fleet set out in August 1520. In October, they found a bay. Magellan (send) ________ two ships to explore it. A violent two-day storm began. The ships took shelter in a small inlet. They (find) ________ that it was a long waterway. Although it had land on both sides, the water was salty. They had discovered the Strait of Magellan at the tip of South America! For the first time, people (sail) ________ from the Atlantic Ocean to the Pacific Ocean. It (take) ________ one month.


The weather was awful, and the captain of the San Antonio (turn) ________ his ship around and fled. It took the remaining ships from November 1520 until March 1521 to cross the Pacific Ocean and reach the Philippines. Magellan was killed. But enough of his crew (survive) ________ that two ships returned to Spain in September 1522. Only 18 men had survived the trip. One had (keep) ________ a log about this adventure that proved once and for all that the world was round.


Название документа Презентация к уроку.pptx

"Great minds have purpose, others have wishes." Washington Irving (April 3, 1...
ADVENTURERS Tasks for the lesson: Talk about adventures Learn character adje...
ADVENTURE Unusual, exciting and sometimes dangerous experience
EXPLORATION the action of traveling in or through an unfamiliar area in order...
 Land Ocean Space EXPLORATION
Ferdinand Magellan
The Journey that Proved Earth Was Round familiar – близкий, привычный, хорошо...
Five hundred years ago, sailing—even in familiar waters— was an adventure. Th...
Active Adaptable Adventurous Ambitious Artistic Assertive Bossy Career orient...
Signs of Zodiac 1. Aries - Овен 2. Taurus - Телец 3. Gemini - Близнецы 4. Can...
Zodiac Signs ARIES (March 21 – April 20) Those born under this sign are very...
Zodiac Signs CANCER (June 22 – July 22) They are преданный to their friends a...
Zodiac Signs LIBRA (September 24 – October 23) Libras typically need balance...
Zodiac Signs CAPRICORN (December 22 – January 20) They are very career orient...
Past Perfect When do I use the past perfect? We use the past perfect to talk...
Past Perfect How do I form the past perfect? [had + past participle] Positive...
Practice Write sentences about what these people had already done or had neve...
Why did they do it? Makesentences about the pictures. Use one verb in the pa...
From Pole to Pole
From Pole to Pole – Manpowered In May 2008, at the age of 20, Rob Gauntlett...
From Pole to Pole Read the text to decide if each sentence is correct or inco...
 WOULD YOU LIKE TO BE AN ADVENTURER ?
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№ слайда 1 "Great minds have purpose, others have wishes." Washington Irving (April 3, 1
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"Great minds have purpose, others have wishes." Washington Irving (April 3, 1783 – November 28, 1859) was an American author, essayist, biographer and historian of the early 19th century.

№ слайда 2 ADVENTURERS Tasks for the lesson: Talk about adventures Learn character adje
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ADVENTURERS Tasks for the lesson: Talk about adventures Learn character adjectives Get information about zodiac signs Review of Past Simple and Past Continuous Get knowledge about Past Perfect

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ADVENTURE Unusual, exciting and sometimes dangerous experience

№ слайда 4 EXPLORATION the action of traveling in or through an unfamiliar area in order
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EXPLORATION the action of traveling in or through an unfamiliar area in order to learn about it

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Land Ocean Space EXPLORATION

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Ferdinand Magellan

№ слайда 7 The Journey that Proved Earth Was Round familiar – близкий, привычный, хорошо
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The Journey that Proved Earth Was Round familiar – близкий, привычный, хорошо знакомый on one's own — самостоятельно, независимо shipwreck – кораблекрушение to wreck – терпеть крушение crew – экипаж, команда voyage - плавание, морское путешествие to set sail – отправляться в плавание fleet – флот, флотилия coast - морское побережье thunderstorm – гроза to batter - разрушать, повреждать to leak – протекать to rot – портиться (о еде) bay - бухта, залив barren – пустой, неплодородный hut – лачуга, хижина shore – берег, побережье set up – устанавливать, ставить shelter – приют, убежище inlet – узкий морской пролив to discover – обнаружить strait – пролив to flee – убегать, спасаться бегством to remain – оставаться to survive – выживать log – журнал для служебных записей

№ слайда 8 Five hundred years ago, sailing—even in familiar waters— was an adventure. Th
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Five hundred years ago, sailing—even in familiar waters— was an adventure. There were no radios, weather reports, or good maps. Sailors were on their own. Many died in shipwrecks. So little was known about Earth and its seas that no one was sure that the world was round.   Then Ferdinand Magellan led a crew of 265 on a voyage. They were the first men to sail around the world. They were also the first Europeans to cross the Pacific Ocean. Magellan set sail in September 1519. He commanded the Trinidad. The other ships in his fleet were the San Antonio, Concepcion, Victoria, and Santiago. Along Africa’s coast, strong thunderstorms battered the fleet. They had to wait for the weather to change and wind to blow. In the meantime, the ships started to leak. Some of their food rotted. At last they headed southwest. In November they reached Brazil’s shore. They rested there. On Christmas Day they started going down the South American coast. On the way they explored each river and bay. They moved slowly and ended up in a cold, barren place on April 1. The crew built huts and set up camp. The Santiago was wrecked. The fleet set out in August 1520. In October, they found a bay. Magellan sent two ships to explore it. A violent two-day storm began. The ships took shelter in a small inlet. They found that it was a long waterway. Although it had land on both sides, the water was salty. They had discovered the Strait of Magellan at the tip of South America! For the first time, people sailed from the Atlantic Ocean to the Pacific Ocean. It took one month.   The weather was awful, and the captain of the San Antonio turned his ship around and fled. It took the remaining ships from November 1520 until March 1521 to cross the Pacific Ocean and reach the Philippines. Magellan was killed. But enough of his crew survived that two ships returned to Spain in September 1522. Only 18 men had survived the trip. One had kept a log about this adventure that proved once and for all that the world was round. The Journey that Proved Earth Was Round

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№ слайда 10 Active Adaptable Adventurous Ambitious Artistic Assertive Bossy Career orient
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Active Adaptable Adventurous Ambitious Artistic Assertive Bossy Career orientated Careful Communicative Creative Critical Demanding Determined Eccentric Emotive, emotional Forceful Friendly Fussy Generous Imaginative Impulsive Independent Innocent Intelligent Intuitive Inventive Irritable Jealous Lively Loyal Moody Optimistic Outspoken Practical Reasonable Reliable Reserved Restless Sensitive Sincere Stubborn Understanding Unpredictable Versatile Warm-hearted

№ слайда 11 Signs of Zodiac 1. Aries - Овен 2. Taurus - Телец 3. Gemini - Близнецы 4. Can
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Signs of Zodiac 1. Aries - Овен 2. Taurus - Телец 3. Gemini - Близнецы 4. Cancer - Рак 5. Leo - Лев 6. Virgo - Дева 7. Libra - Весы 8. Scorpio - Скорпион 9. Sagittarius - Стрелец 10. Capricorn - Козерог 11. Aquarius - Водолей 12. Pisces – Рыбы

№ слайда 12 Zodiac Signs ARIES (March 21 – April 20) Those born under this sign are very
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Zodiac Signs ARIES (March 21 – April 20) Those born under this sign are very отважный/смелый, active people, as a result they can be импульсивный and напористый. But they are also innocent. They like planning ahead, they are “doers” and the achievers of the zodiac. TAURUS (April 21 – May 20) Taurans are надежный, practical and решительный people but they can be really упрямый when dealing with other people. They only work hard if they’re enjoying what they’re doing. They hate change. They are warm-heated. GEMINI (May 21 – June 21) They are versatile and активный. They are restless and are always looking for new things. They don’t like hard monotonous work, because they are keen on change. They are intelligent, легко приспосабливаемый and communicative.

№ слайда 13 Zodiac Signs CANCER (June 22 – July 22) They are преданный to their friends a
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Zodiac Signs CANCER (June 22 – July 22) They are преданный to their friends and very sensitive. They can be moody, however. They like staying in one place and hate travelling. They like living in the past. They may be eccentric and одаренный богатым воображением. LEO (July 23 – August 23) Leos are forceful, требовательный and sometimes bossy. But despite this they also have a щедрый nature. They love to be in the centre of attention. They are good organisers. They are emotive and optimistic. VIRGO (August 24 – September 23) Virgos are careful, искренний and independent. They are разумный but can be really critical. They like things to be perfect and places to be tidy, as they are terribly fussy.

№ слайда 14 Zodiac Signs LIBRA (September 24 – October 23) Libras typically need balance
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Zodiac Signs LIBRA (September 24 – October 23) Libras typically need balance and stability in their lives. They have good manners. They are творческий and artistic. They love adventures and new situations. SCORPIO (October 24 – November 22) Those born under this sign are intense in their relationship, determined to get their own way and are very ревнивый/завистливый. They enjoy solving problems and can be difficult to live with. They have good self – control. They are emotional and обладающий интуицией. SAGITTARIUS (November 23 – December 21) They are независимый but friendly. They love sports and outdoor activities. They can be откровенный in their opinions. They love travelling and exploration.

№ слайда 15 Zodiac Signs CAPRICORN (December 22 – January 20) They are very career orient
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Zodiac Signs CAPRICORN (December 22 – January 20) They are very career orientated people. They are честолюбивый and have opinions about everything but they are скрытый as well. They plan carefully to achieve their ambitions. AQUARIUS (January 21 – February 19) Aquarians are intelligent and находчивый. They are full of unusual ideas to change the world. They are great conversationalists and thinkers. They are friendly but also непредсказуемый and full of surprises. PISCES (February 20 – March 20) They are впечатлительный and отзывчивый. They cannot bear to see other people suffer. It makes them irritable when things do not run smoothly. They are also unpredictable in their behaviour. They are good leaders.

№ слайда 16 Past Perfect When do I use the past perfect? We use the past perfect to talk
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Past Perfect When do I use the past perfect? We use the past perfect to talk about something that happened before something else in the past. We use the past perfect to talk about the earlier event and the simple past to talk about the later event. I had felt tired all morning but I felt fine after lunch. I did not have any money because I had lost my wallet. We often use when, before or after to emphasize which event happened first. When I had finished my lunch I went for a walk. He arrived after the meeting had started. The meeting had started before she arrived. We can also use words like yet, already, until or by to emphasize which event happened first. I arrived at 9 am but she had not arrived yet. I arrived at 10 am but he had already arrived. We did not start the meeting until she had arrived. By 9pm she had finished the report.

№ слайда 17 Past Perfect How do I form the past perfect? [had + past participle] Positive
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Past Perfect How do I form the past perfect? [had + past participle] Positive Negative Question I had finished. I had not finished. Had I finished?

№ слайда 18 Practice Write sentences about what these people had already done or had neve
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Practice Write sentences about what these people had already done or had never done before. Use the Past Perfect, and already or never. 0 Last summer Mary won a gold medal for the third time. She had already won two gold medals before that. 00 Last year Ken visited Scotland for the first time. He had never visited Scotland before that. 1 Last weekend Tom rode a horse for the first time. He 2 Last summer Jeff ran in a marathon for the sixth time. He 3 Last week Susan wrote a poem for the first time. 4 Last week Ann appeared on TV for the first time. 5 Last summer Tony played tennis at Wimbledon for the fifth time. 6 Last year Jean wrote her third novel. Past Perfect

№ слайда 19 Why did they do it? Makesentences about the pictures. Use one verb in the pa
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Why did they do it? Makesentences about the pictures. Use one verb in the past simple and one verb in the past perfect. Heboughta bike because he’d failed his driving test six times.

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№ слайда 22 From Pole to Pole
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From Pole to Pole

№ слайда 23 From Pole to Pole – Manpowered In May 2008, at the age of 20, Rob Gauntlett
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From Pole to Pole – Manpowered In May 2008, at the age of 20, Rob Gauntlett and James Hooper became the first people to travel from the North Pole to the South Pole without engines or motors, using only natural power.   They set off for the North Pole from Qaanaaq in Greenland on April 8th 2007. They began their journey on skis, but their progress was so slow that after a few weeks they changed to dog sleds. It was on this part of the journey that Rob almost lost his life. They were racing over the ice when Rob dropped his glove into the snow. As he was running back to get it, he fell straight through the ice into the freezing water, hitting his head as he fell. He lay face down in the water for three minutes until James was able to pull him out. ‘It was four hours before he was rescued and taken to hospital,' explained James. 'Our parents wanted us to give up at that point, but we knew we had to continue.’ After their three-month trek on foot across the Arctic, Rob and James sailed from Upemavik in Greenland to New York. There they began a 17,000-kilometre bike ride through Central and South America to Punta Arenas in Chile. Some of their best memories are of this part of the trip. 'We cycled 160 kilometres a day, which was tiring, but every night when we stopped, people met us with big smiles and offered us food!' Finally the boys boarded their 107-metre yacht for the voyage across the Southern Ocean. But just four days before they reached the South Pole, a huge storm almost swept James into the sea. 'I was working on the deck while Rob was trying to sleep below. The wind was blowing at about 100 kph and the waves were rising 25 metres into the air. Suddenly a huge wave crashed into the boat. I wrapped my arms around a pole and held it tightly. The boat turned over on its s ide, but luckily when it came back up again I was still holding on.' They finally sailed into Sydney Harbour, Australia, 396 days after setting off. Now back in the UK, the pair are working on a book and a documentary about their experiences. ‘We don’t have plans for another expedition just yet, but I’m sure we will one day. It’s just a matter of time!' From Pole to Pole

№ слайда 24 From Pole to Pole Read the text to decide if each sentence is correct or inco
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From Pole to Pole Read the text to decide if each sentence is correct or incorrect. 1 Many travellers have completed this journey without powered transport. 2 Rob and James changed to dog sleds in order to improve their speed. 3 Rob’s accident in the Arctic happened because he fell off the dog sled. 4 Rob managed to climb out of the water alone. 5 Rob and James had to wait for several hours before help arrived. 6 The boys' parents persuaded them to continue with their journey. 7 People in South America were very friendly to Rob and James. 8 Both Rob and James were on deck when the storm hit their boat. 9 James was knocked off the boat during the storm. 10 Rob and James are confident that they will go on another journey together.

№ слайда 25  WOULD YOU LIKE TO BE AN ADVENTURER ?
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WOULD YOU LIKE TO BE AN ADVENTURER ?



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Открытый урок по предмету "Практика устной и письменной речи" на тему "Adventurers", разработанный по книге Face2Face Intermediate.

Целью данного урока было ознакомить учащихся с темой «Adventurers», изучить прилагательные, описывающие характер человека с помощью изучения знаков зодиака, повторить разницу между временами английского языка Past Simple и Past Continuous, а также усвоить новые знания по теме Past Perfect. В ходе занятия были использованы различные формы работы – фронтальный опрос, индивидуальная и парная работы, учащиеся поработали над навыками чтения и говорения. Для проведения урока были использованы следующие материалы: презентация и раздаточный материал (статьи, глоссарии, карточки).

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