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Приложение 1

Бинарный текст с заданиями


«Falling Snow»


By Graham Green






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Task № 1

  • Listen to the poem and try to guess the type of season.

  • Now read its translation and answer on the following questions:

  1. How is the writer of the poem feeling? Why?

  2. Why does the author use so many words which describe nature?

  3. How does the poem make you feel? Why?

Falling Snow

See the pretty snowflakes,
Falling from the sky;
On the walls and house- tops
Soft and thick they lie;
On the window-ledges,
On the branches bare,
See how fast they gather,
Filling all the air.
Look into the garden,
Where the grass was green.
Covered by the snowflakes,
Not a blade is seen.
Now the bare black bushes
All look soft and white.
Every twig is laden
What a pretty sight!

Graham Green

Падающий снег

Посмотри на прелестных снежинок полет!
На чернеющих ветках пушистый налет.
Свежий воздух собой заполняя,
Стены, крыши домов заметая,
В зимнем танце снежинки кружат,
С неба падают, быстро летят.
Где густая трава зеленела в саду,
Одиноко чернели кусты на виду,
Все теперь утопает в глубоком снегу.
И поверить глазам я своим не могу.
Что за дивный волнующий вид!
Пышным облаком сад весь накрыт.

Литературный перевод
А.Рогозиной


Task № 2

Tell what kind of words and what their part of speech help to make the text of this poem so emotional and colorful? Write down from this poem all adjectives. The first group writes from English poem? The second – from the Russian. Underlined words are not adjectives.


Task № 3

Answer on the questions:

  1. How did you find adjectives in the text?

  2. What questions do adjectives answer?

3. What is an adjective?
4.
How to change adjectives?
5.
What parts of speech are adjectives?
6. How to write the ending of the adjective?


Task № 4

  • What adjectives have you found in the text?

  • How did you find them?

  • Why does the author use such adjectives?


Task № 5

Underline one line in English poem which you like more then others and say why you underline it.

Task № 6

Write creative work on the theme “Nature winter forest” using the knowledge and skills you received in our lesson. Write description of winter forest using different adjectives.

















Приложение 2

Дидактизированный текст с заданиями


The Mirror of Erised

Extract from «Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone» by J.K.Rowling


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The Mirror of Erised

Extract from «Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone» by J.K.Rowling

During one of his night wandering around the school, Harry came across a mirror in which he could see his family. He was entranced and he started coming there every night of his vacation in his invisibility cloak


And there were his mother and father smiling at him again, and one of his grandfathers nodding happily. Harry sank down to sit on the floor in front of the mirror. There was nothing to stop him from staying here all night with his family. Nothing at all.

Except -

"So - back again, Harry?"

Harry felt as though his insides had turned to ice. He looked behind him. Sitting on one of the desks by the wall was none other than Albus Dumbledore. Harry must have walked straight past him, so desperate to get to the mirror he hadn't noticed him.

«- I didn't see you, sir."

"Strange how nearsighted being invisible can make you," said Dumbledore, and Harry was relieved to see that he was smiling.

"So," said Dumbledore, slipping off the desk to sit on the floor with Harry, "you, like hundreds before you, have discovered the delights of the Mirror of Erised."

"I didn't know it was called that, Sir."

"But I expect you've realized by now what it does?"

"It - well - it shows me my family -»

"And it showed your friend Ron himself as head boy."

"How did you know - ?"

"I don't need a cloak to become invisible," said Dumbledore gently. "Now, can you think what the Mirror of Erised shows us all?"

Harry shook his head.

"Let me explain. The happiest man on earth would be able to use the Mirror of Erised like a normal mirror, that is, he would look into it and see himself exactly as he is. Does that help?"

Harry thought. Then he said slowly, "It shows us what we want... whatever we want..."

"Yes and no," said Dumbledore quietly. "It shows us nothing more or less than the deepest, most desperate desire of our hearts. You, who have never known your family, see them standing around you. Ronald Weasley, who has always been overshadowed by his brothers, sees himself standing alone, the best of all of them. However, this mirror will give us neither knowledge or truth. Men have wasted away before it, entranced by what they have seen, or been driven mad, not knowing if what it shows is real or even possible.

"The Mirror will be moved to a new home tomorrow, Harry, and I ask you not to go looking for it again. If you ever do run across it, you will now be prepared. It does not do to dwell on dreams and forget to live, remember that. Now, why don't you put that admirable cloak back on and get off to bed?"

Harry stood up.

"Sir - Professor Dumbledore? Can I ask you something?"

"Obviously, you've just done so," Dumbledore smiled. "You may ask me one more thing, however."

"What do you see when you look in the mirror?"

"I? I see myself holding a pair of thick, woolen socks."

Harry stared.

"One can never have enough socks," said Dumbledore. "Another Christmas has come and gone and I didn't get a single pair. People will insist on giving me books."

It was only when he was back in bed that it struck Harry that Dumbledore might not have been quite truthful. But then, he thought, it had been quite a personal question.



  1. Ориентировочный этап

- Today we are going to talk about modern English book. What modern English writers do you know?

- And now look at the photo and say who is on it?

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- Yes you are right. It is Joan Rowling. What book did make her famous?

Now let’s watch a fragment from the film, and you’ll try to guess what book from the series it is based on. (Видео «The Mirror of Erised»)


Now we know, that the chapter is from the book «Harry and the Sorcerer`s Stone». In this book Harry comes to Hogwards for the first time and he found the friend here.


Работа с сильными позициями текста (заглавие).

- do you understand the meaning of the title?

To read the title we should reverse the letters. And so we get «The Mirror of Desire». Why the author did write the word «desire» backwards?





II. Рецептивный этап


And there were his mother and father smiling at him again, and one of his grandfathers nodding happily. Harry sank down to sit on the floor in front of the mirror. There was nothing to stop him from staying here all night with his family. Nothing at all.

Except –

"So - back again, Harry?"

Harry felt as though his insides had turned to ice. He looked behind him. Sitting on

у него все замерло внутри

one of the desks by the wall was none other than Albus Dumbledore. Harry must

никто другой как

have walked straight past him, so desperate to get to the mirror he hadn't noticed him.

«- I didn't see you, sir."

"Strange how nearsighted being invisible can make you," said Dumbledore, and

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Harry was relieved to see that he was smiling.

"So," said Dumbledore, slipping off the desk to sit on the floor with Harry, "you, like hundreds before you, have discovered the delights of the Mirror of Erised."

"I didn't know it was called that, Sir."

"But I expect you've realized by now what it does?"

"It - well - it shows me my family -»

"And it showed your friend Ron himself as head boy."

"How did you know - ?"

"I don't need a cloak to become invisible," said Dumbledore gently. "Now, can you think what the Mirror of Erised shows us all?"

Harry shook his head.

"Let me explain. The happiest man on earth would be able to use the Mirror of Erised like a normal mirror, that is, he would look into it and see himself exactly as he is. Does that help?"

Harry thought. Then he said slowly, "It shows us what we want... whatever we want..."

"Yes and no," said Dumbledore quietly. "It shows us nothing more or less than the

ни больше ни меньше

deepest, most desperate desire of our hearts. You, who have never known your family, see them standing around you. Ronald Weasley, who has always been overshadowed by his brothers, sees himself standing alone, the best of all of them.

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However, this mirror will give us neither knowledge or truth. Men have wasted

чахнуть, увядать

away before it, entranced by what they have seen, or been driven mad, not knowing

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if what it shows is real or even possible.

"The Mirror will be moved to a new home tomorrow, Harry, and I ask you not to go looking for it again. If you ever do run across it, you will now be prepared. It does not do to dwell on dreams and forget to live, remember that. Now, why don't you нехорошо, бесполезно, нельзя

put that admirable cloak back on and get off to bed?"

Harry stood up.

"Sir - Professor Dumbledore? Can I ask you something?"

"Obviously, you've just done so," Dumbledore smiled. "You may ask me one more thing, however."

"What do you see when you look in the mirror?"

"…"




III. Аналитический этап

1. Задание «True or false»

- Read the sentences below and decide which of them are true and which are false. If it is false say the right variant.

1. Dumbledore was invisible, because he was wearing an invisible cloak.

2. Dumbledore was mad to see Harry in front of the mirror.

3. The happiest man on earth would see himself miserable in the mirror.

4. The mirror shows the strongest desire.

5. Harry dreamt ob becoming a head boy.

6. It helps people to find happiness.

7. Finally Dumbledore decided to hide the mirror.


IV. Этап синтезирования (вторичная рецепция)

Answer the questions:

  1. What did Harry see into the mirror? How did it characterize him?

  2. What did Ron Weasely see into the mirror? How did it characterize him?

  3. Find the words which prove that Dumbledore wasn’t angry with Harry.

  4. What’s the author’s attitude to the magic Mirror? Is it positive or negative? Do you consider the ability of the mirror to show desires to be dangerous or evil?

  5. Find the sentence which contents the message of the whole text.


V. Собственно – репродуктивный этап

Work in pairs. Every pair has a set of sentences.

One person in every pair must pick out Harry Potter’s words, another person – those of Dumbledore. After that each of you should arrange his or her sentences in the right order. And finally, using these sentences in the right order as a plan, you act out dialogues.



The sentences:

- Back again?

- I didn’t know it was called that.

- I didn’t see you.

- Don’t go looking for it again.

- You have discovered the delights of the Mirror of Erised.

- It shows whatever we want.

- It shows as most desperate desire of our hearts.

- What does the Mirror show us all?

Правильный порядок.

- Back again?

- I didn’t see you.

- You have discovered the delights of the Mirror of Erised.

- I didn’t know it was called that.

- What does the Mirror show us all?

- It shows whatever we want.

- It shows as most desperate desire of our hearts.

- Don’t go looking for it again.


VI. Творческий этап

Guess what Dumbledore answer to Harry? Finish the text.

«I? I see myself holding a pair of thick woolen socks. »

Harry stared

«One can never have enough socks, » said Dumbledore. «Another Christmas has come and I didn’t get a single pair. People will insist on giving me books. »

It was only when he was back in bed that it struck Harry that Dumbledore might not have been quite truthful. But then, he thought, it had been quite a personal question.




Приложение 3

Дидактизированный текст с заданиями


ONE STAIR UP


By Campbell Nairne

(Fragment)

Nairne Campbell, a Scottish novelist, the author of two books: «One Stair Up» (1932) and «Stony Ground» (1934). «One Stair Up» deals with the life of an Edinburgh working – class family and is characterized by realism, a fine style and a sense of humor.


They went up a short marble staircase, treading without sound on a rich carpet of some green material that yielded like springing turf, and moved across a salon hung everywhere with the coloured and signed portraits of film stars. Back in this dim region of luxury, quite still except for the soft whirring of fans they could hear a tea-spoon chink a cup grate on a saucer, a voice rise above another voice and sink again into voluptuous stillness. Out of a door marked "Circle" over the bull's-eye in each of its two folding partitions, a trim girl in a chocolate uniform with blue pipings silently emerged, glanced at the tickets, and admitted them, flashing her torch into a hot darkness lit here and there by red lamps and speared diagonally by a shaft лучом of white light falling on the rounded oblong of the screen. "Gee baby, you're a swell kid." There was a murmur in the audience, and a man's face came surprisingly out of shadow as he struck a match in the lower part of the gallery. Still flashing her torch, the girl hopped in front of them down the steps of the circle, picked out a couple of vacant seats, and stood back to let them squeeze past her into the row. "Thank you," Andrew said huskily. Several faces glared at them as they sat down. "This a comedy?" Rosa took off her gloves and surveyed the dim amphitheatre in the hope of recognizing some of her acquaintances. It pleased her to be seen in the dress circle, even with Andrew. But her eyes were still unaccustomed to the obscurity. She noted that the cinema, as usual, was nearly full, and looked for the first time at the screen. Two shadowy faces, enormous on the white background, moved together and kissed.

"It isn't the big picture," Andrew said. "That doesn't come on till eight-forty. You see all right?"

She nodded. He risked no further inquiries, knowing how often she had forbidden him to talk to her in a cinema. He promised him­self that to-night he would resist that awful temptation to explain the story in a whisper when he fancied he saw the end of it. Nor would he even say: "Liking it, Rosa?" — "No bored, are you? Cos if you are we'll go out." — "It's hot stuff, isn't it?" No, he would say noth­ing and enjoy himself... Ah, this was better. Nice and warm in a cin­ema, and dark; you couldn't see anybody else, and they couldn't see you. Prefer cinemas to theatres any day.

The film ended a few minutes after they had come in. Down swung a looped curtain, pot-plants and palms leapt up under the stage apron, one row of lights and then another shed a pink radiance over the exits, in the domed roof a shower of small stars twinkled and glit­tered and three bowls flushed suddenly to ruby colour. A dozen or so of the audience got up and pushed out вперёд to the exits. Swiftly the light dimmed again. The curtain rattled back and the white oblong emerged from folds already caught by lines of flickering grey print. A draped girl swam into view and began to blow bubbles out of a long pipe. One of these expanded and expanded until it filled the whole screen. It then burst into the letters "All Next Week", which in turn dissolved and announced a film called "Mothers of Broadway" as a forthcoming attraction. The film seemed to have smashed all records. It drew tears from the hardest hearts. It sent thrills down the spine. It was a rapid-fire drama. It was a heart-searing tale of studio parties, million-dollar prize fights, and supercharged automobiles. It was, according to other statements that rushed out of the screen, packed with heart-throbs, tingling with reality, vibrant with love and hate — and what a story it had! "You will love it," the screen confi­dently asserted. "You must see it: the film you'll never forget." Beau­tiful blondes evidently abounded in this tale of thrill-thirsty young bloods. One of them, it seemed, was to find after rushing through "gaiety, temptation, and sorrow" that motherhood is the greatest of all careers. "A film that plucks the heart-strings. Bewitching Minnie Haha in the mightiest drama of Broadway."

"Not much good, I expect," Andrew said, "Hullo" — the lights dimmed and a chorus of metallic jazz broke out — "I think that's the big picture on now."

He had now a pleasant feeling that he was going to enjoy himself.

There was some rare fun in this picture. That fat man with the beard — you had to laugh! First of all you saw a shelf with a basket of eggs on it, then a cat moved along, then the eggs tumbled one by one on the man's head. Oh dear! The way he squeezed that yolk out of his eyes and staggered forward and plumped headfirst into a wa­ter-butt. And then the lean chap, coming into the corridor, didn't look where he was going and hit a cook who was marching out of the kitch­en with a tray of custards. What a mix-up. Custards all over the place. Holding his seat tight to control his laughter, Andrew wondered whether these chaps really allowed themselves to be knocked down and swamped with custards. No wonder they got big salaries if they had to put up with that kind of thing every day of their lives. Perhaps they faked some of it. Anyhow it was too funny for' words. And now here was that dog — must be a hard-worked dog, for you saw it, or another like it, in dozens of these comic films — and of course it was carrying something in its mouth. Oh yes, a stick of dynamite. Where was it going to put that? Under the fat man's bed. Andrew wriggled with enjoyment, then started and laughed gleefully the dialogue was cut short by a sudden loud explosion взрыв. Haha! There was the fat man with a black eye, no beard, half a collar, and no trousers. Oh, this was good! Rosa must like this. What a baby he is, Rosa was thinking. You can't really be angry with him. He doesn't seem to have grown up at all. Talk about Peter Pan. He's just a big hulking kid. Faintly contemptuous, she watched his blunt nose and chin silhouetted in the darkness. Is he really so stupid, she wondered. Yes, I suppose he is. Oh, for heaven's sake stop that cackling! The explosion shattered its way into the half. She started.

"Good, isn't it?" he broke out, forgetful in his excitement.

She tossed her head.

"I don't see anything funny in that."

"Och, Rosa!"

His hands dropped; all the joy died out of his face and eyes. He looked so abject that she was sorry for him against her will.

"I thought — it was quite funny, you know — I mean, people laughed. I wasn't the only one. But if you don't like it —»

She tried hard, still moved by pity, to reply with gentleness, but the retort shaped itself and was uttered before she had command of it.

"I haven't your sense of humour, that's all."





















I. Ориентировочный этап

1. Find the words in this ring.


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Key: film directors, entertainment, film, viewer, successful, respect.


2. Put the letters in the right order to know the genres of films.

1) l,o,m,a,d,a,r,e,m

2) n,e,r,s,t,w,e

3) e,d,y,c,o,m

4) t,o,r,i,h,i,s,c,a,l

5) l,e,r,t,h,r,I,l


Key: 1 melodrama, 2 western, 3 comedy, 4 historical, 5 thriller


3. Guess the genres on the films

«It was a heart – searing tale of studio parties, million – dollar prize fights, and supercharged automobiles. It was, according to other statements that rushed out of the screen, packed with heart-throbs, tingling with reality, vibrant with love and hate — and what a story it had! "You will love it," the screen confi­dently asserted. "You must see it: the film you'll never forget." Beau­tiful blondes evidently abounded in this tale of thrill-thirsty young bloods. One of them, it seemed, was to find after rushing through "gaiety, temptation, and sorrow" that motherhood is the greatest of all careers…» (drama)

«First of all you saw a shelf with a basket of eggs on it, then a cat moved along, then the eggs tumbled one by one on the man's head. Oh dear! The way he squeezed that yolk out of his eyes and staggered forward and plumped headfirst into a wa­ter-butt. And then the lean chap, coming into the corridor, didn't look where he was going and hit a cook who was marching out of the kitch­en with a tray of custards. What a mix-up. Custards all over the place… » (comedy)


4. Read the first phrase of the text. Try to guess what is the text about? And how many characters are there in this text?


«They went up a short marble staircase, treading without sound on a rich carpet of some green material that yielded like springing turf, and moved across a salon hung everywhere with the coloured and signed portraits of film stars.»
















ONE STAIR UP

By Campbell Nairne

(Fragment)

Nairne Campbell, a Scottish novelist, the author of two books: «One Stair Up» (1932) and «Stony Ground» (1934). «One Stair Up» deals with the life of an Edinburgh working – class family and is characterized by realism, a fine style and a sense of humor.

They went up a short marble staircase, treading without sound on a rich carpet of some green material that yielded пружинил like springing turf, and moved across a salon hung everywhere with the coloured and signed portraits of film stars. Back in this dim region of luxury, quite still except for the soft whirring of fans they could hear a tea-spoon chink a cup grate on a saucer, a voice rise above another voice and sink again into voluptuous stillness. Out of a door marked "Circle" ярус over the bull's-eye in each of its two folding partitions, a trim girl in a chocolate uniform with blue pipings окантовка silently emerged, glanced at the tickets, and admitted them, flashing her torch into a hot darkness lit освещенную here and there by red lamps and speared пронзенную diagonally by a shaft лучом of white light falling on the rounded oblong of the screen. "Gee baby, you're a swell kid." There was a murmur in the audience, and a man's face came surprisingly out of shadow as he struck a match in the lower part of the gallery. Still flashing her torch, the girl hopped in front of them down the steps of the circle, picked out a couple of vacant seats, and stood back to let them squeeze past протиснуться мимо her into the row. "Thank you," Andrew said huskily. Several faces glared уставились at them as they sat down. "This a comedy?" Rosa took off her gloves and surveyed всматривалась the dim amphitheatre in the hope of recognizing узнать some of her acquaintances знакомых. It pleased her to be seen in the dress circle бельэтаж, even with Andrew. But her eyes were still unaccustomed to the obscurity. She noted that the cinema, as usual, was nearly full, and looked for the first time at the screen. Two shadowy faces, enormous on the white background, moved together and kissed слились в поцелуе.

"It isn't the big picture главная картина," Andrew said. "That doesn't come on till eight-forty. You see all right?"

She nodded. He risked no further inquiries, knowing how often she had forbidden him to talk to her in a cinema. He promised him­self that to-night he would resist сопротивляться that awful temptation искушению to explain the story in a whisper when he fancied he saw the end of it. Nor would he even say он даже не скажет: "Liking it, Rosa?" — "No bored, are you? Cos if you are we'll go out." — "It's hot stuff, isn't it? Классная вещь, правда?" No, he would say noth­ing and enjoy himself... Ah, this was better. Nice and warm in a cin­ema, and dark; you couldn't see anybody else, and they couldn't see you. Prefer cinemas to theatres any day.

The film ended a few minutes after they had come in. Down swung a looped собранная на петлях curtain, pot-plants and palms leapt up проявилась under the stage apron авансцена, one row of lights and then another shed a pink radiance over the exits, in the domed куполообразная roof a shower of small stars twinkled and glit­tered сияли и сверкали and three bowls flushed suddenly to ruby colour. A dozen or so of the audience got up and pushed out вперёд to the exits. Swiftly the light dimmed again. The curtain rattled back and the white oblong emerged from folds already caught by lines of flickering grey print. A draped нарядная girl swam into view and began to blow bubbles out of a long pipe трубочка. One of these expanded and expanded until it filled the whole screen. It then burst into the letters "All Next Week", which in turn dissolved and announced a film called "Mothers of Broadway" «Мамочки Бродвея» as a forthcoming attraction. The film seemed to have smashed all records. It drew tears from the hardest hearts. It sent thrills down the spine. It was a rapid-fire искрометная drama. It was a heart-searing tale of studio parties, million-dollar prize fights, and supercharged automobiles. It was, according to other statements that rushed out of the screen, packed with heart-throbs, tingling with reality, vibrant with love and hate — and what a story it had! "You will love it," the screen confi­dently asserted. "You must see it: the film you'll never forget." Beau­tiful blondes evidently abounded in this tale of thrill-thirsty young bloods. One of them, it seemed, was to find after rushing through "gaiety, temptation, and sorrow" that motherhood is the greatest of all careers. "A film that plucks the heart-strings. Bewitching Minnie Haha in the mightiest drama of Broadway."

"Not much good, I expect," Andrew said, "Hullo" — the lights dimmed and a chorus of metallic jazz broke out — "I think that's the big picture on now."

He had now a pleasant feeling that he was going to enjoy himself.

There was some rare fun in this picture. That fat man with the beard — you had to laugh! First of all you saw a shelf with a basket of eggs on it, then a cat moved along, then the eggs tumbled one by one on the man's head. Oh dear! The way he squeezed that yolk out of his eyes and staggered forward and plumped headfirst into a wa­ter-butt. And then the lean chap, coming into the corridor, didn't look where he was going and hit a cook who was marching out of the kitch­en with a tray of custards. What a mix-up. Custards all over the place. Holding his seat tight to control his laughter, Andrew wondered whether these chaps really allowed themselves to be knocked down and swamped with custards. No wonder they got big salaries if they had to put up with that kind of thing every day of their lives. Perhaps they faked some of it. Anyhow it was too funny for' words. And now here was that dog — must be a hard-worked dog, for you saw it, or another like it, in dozens of these comic films — and of course it was carrying something in its mouth. Oh yes, a stick of dynamite. Where was it going to put that? Under the fat man's bed. Andrew wriggled with enjoyment, then started and laughed gleefully the dialogue was cut short by a sudden loud explosion взрыв. Haha! There was the fat man with a black eye, no beard, half a collar, and no trousers. Oh, this was good! Rosa must like this. What a baby he is, Rosa was thinking. You can't really be angry with him. He doesn't seem to have grown up at all. Talk about Peter Pan. He's just a big hulking kid. Faintly contemptuous, she watched his blunt nose and chin silhouetted in the darkness. Is he really so stupid, she wondered. Yes, I suppose he is. Oh, for heaven's sake ради Бога stop that cackling кряканье! The explosion shattered its way into the half. She started.

"Good, isn't it?" he broke out, forgetful in his excitement.

She tossed her head.

"I don't see anything funny in that."

"Och, Rosa!"

His hands dropped; all the joy died out of his face and eyes. He looked so abject that she was sorry for him against her will.

"I thought — it was quite funny, you know — I mean, people laughed. I wasn't the only one. But if you don't like it —»

She tried hard, still moved by pity, to reply with gentleness, but the retort shaped itself and was uttered before she had command of it.

"I haven't your sense of humour, that's all."





Продолговатое отверстие вместо ручки



These words are coming from the screen. Gee is an interjection which in American English expresses approval.



места в бельэтаже стоили гораздо дороже




Andrew means the main film on the program (a film show in Britain as a rule consists of the main film usually called «the main feature» and so called support film which usually precedes the main feature)

Cos: (coll.) because



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a film to be released in the near future






here society youths























The main character of «Peter and Wendy», a book written by J.M.Bsrrie in 1911 and extremely popular in English – speaking countries. Peter Pan was a boy who never grew up and is a symbol of the sincerity and ingeniousness of childhood

Och: interjection used in Scotland and Ireland for «oh, ah»

This metaphor characterizes the feelings of Andrew. What are they?


II. Аналитический этап

1. Put the points of pan of the extract in the right order:

  • The big picture.

  • Attitude toward film: a) Andrew; b) Rosa

  • Greeting the characters.

  • Atmosphere of the cinema.

  • Advertising of the film.


Key: 1. Atmosphere of the cinema.

2. Greeting the characters.

3. Advertising of the film.

4. The big picture.

5. Attitude toward film: a) Andrew; b) Rosa



III. Этап синтезирования (вторичная рецепция)


  1. How does author describe the atmosphere of the cinema? (sound, colours)

  2. Does Andrew love Rosa? Find in the text.

  3. And what about Rosa?

  4. Why does she compare Andrew with Peter Pan?

  5. Why does she come to the cinema so?


IV. Собственно – репродуктивный этап


How do you understand the title of the text?

Read the article below and compare with points of view.


Through admittedly the function of prose is to entertain, the author explicitly conveyed a message about the life of Edinburg working 0 class families. At the beginning of our century readers had unflagging interest to the subject matter, which was brought here into sharp focus. The writer gave the detailed delineation of cinema – world, as a favorite pastime of representatives of the working - class. I thoroughly persuaded that the title of the story is suggestive and thought – provoking I shaped the idea in words: some people are not content to live in obscurity, and Rosa’s aim was to go even one stair up in the world by hook or by crook.









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Первый этап (текст - стимул)

Task 1. Answer the questions.

  1. What is hobby?

  2. Why people have hobby?

  3. What kind of hobby do you know?

  4. What is hobby for you?


Второй этап (текст - базовый)

Task 2. Reading the text.

Read the first part of the text and write true or false:

  1. Hobby is our interest.

  2. Hobby makes our life boring.

  3. Hobby can be future career.

Answer on the question:

Why gardening and growing roses are the most common hobby among Englishmen?

How does hobby can help us to choose the future career?


What is a hobby? It is what you can and like to do, when you have free time. We choose a hobby according to our character and taste. When we have a hobby our life becomes more interesting. Very often our hobby helps us to choose our future profession because we learn a lot of new things. Many people are interested in music. They collect records. Others like to read and collect books. People living in cities and towns like to be closer to nature and they spend their free time in the country. 
Some of us go on hikes, some like to Work in their gardens, take photographs or knit. 
For example, gardening and growing roses is the most common hobby among Englishmen. 




Task 3. Reading the text.

Read the next part of the text and argument the next statement: «Nastya likes her hobby very much».

Both grown-ups and children are fond of playing different computer games. It has become one of the numerous hobbies. I have got a hobby too. My name is Nastya. Sometimes I have got some free time. As my hobby is cooking I like to make cakes and pies. My cakes are very tasty, but I like pies best of all. I'll tell you how I make pies with cabbage. First of all I take a head of cabbage, cut and put it into a frying-pan. Then I take carrot and peel it. By the way I have a very comfortable grater (терка) at home. I like to use it when I make my pies. I usually grate carrot, onion using my favorite grater. I put grated carrot into the frying-pan, then I salt cabbage and carrot to my taste, mix them and add some water. Then I stew these vegetables in the frying-pan. I usually buy some paste for my pies. I cut up paste, roll it and make small pies. Then I put pies with stewed cabbage into the oven (духовка). It takes twenty minutes to bake them. My parents and friends like to eat my pies. I advise you to make such pies and I hope that you'll like them too. 


Why computer games are so popular among different hobbies nowadays?


Третий этап

Task 4. Questions

Answer on the next questions:

What do you think how old is Nastya?

Does Nastya have a lot of friends?

Is she a good cooker?

What other activities can you advise to Nastya?


Четвертый этап

Task 5.

Write about your favorite hobby as Nastya.





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