Государственное образовательное учреждение
среднего профессионального образования
Луганской Народной Республики
«Луганский строительный колледж»
РАБОЧАЯ ПРОГРАММА КРУЖКА «ENGLISH CLUB»
преподаватель иностранного языка
Ванюкова Е. О.
Занятия кружка English Club проводятся в 1 и 2 семестрах (9 занятий, 2 ч в месяц) во взаимосвязи с такими учебными предметами, как английский язык, литература, история, география.
Данная программа призвана обеспечивать всестороннее и творческое развитие обучающихся, углубление языковых и культуроведческих знаний по английскому языку.
Рабочая программа построена с учетом следующих компонентов:
- социокультурный компонент;
- национально-краеведческий компонент;
- межкультурный компонент;
-коммуникативно-речевые знания и умения оперировать этими знаниями.
Цели работы кружка:
• развитие речевых умений учащихся на английском языке;
• развитие способностей использовать английский язык как инструмент общения в диалоге культур;
• расширение культуроведческих знаний учащихся и способствование формированию межкультурной компетенции учащихся;
• ознакомление с культурным многообразием стран изучаемого языка, их вкладом в мировую культуру.
Задачи работы кружка:
• формирование межкультурной компетенции учащихся с помощью реализации социокультурного компонента во внеклассной деятельности по английскому языку;
• культуроведческое обогащение учащихся средствами английского языка, и их социокультурное развитие;
• развитие у учащихся языковой культуры, описания реалий жизни стран изучаемого языка;
• развитие навыков индивидуальной, парной и групповой работы при выполнении культуроведческой, познавательно-поисковой работы.
Ведущая форма работы: групповая.
Тематический план кружка «ENGLISH CLUB»
«Welcome to the Wonderful World of English»
Беседа с обучающимися, просмотр презентации, викторина «Загадочный английский язык»
Октябрь 2016 г.
«Welcome to the UK»
Викторина “Знаете ли вы англоязычные страны?”, работа с картой, дискуссия «Вежливость по-английски»
Ноябрь 2016 г.
«The UK: curious people»
Просмотр видеофильма, брейн-ринг «The UK»
Декабрь 2016 г.
Christmas Day, New Years Day
Новогодний марафон «Новый год в разных странах»
Январь 2017 г.
Сонеты В. Шекспира
Чтение сонетов, обсуждение особенностей
Февраль 2017 г.
St. Valentine's Day
Работа в малых группах (конкурс)
Март 2017 г.
Просмотр презентации «Wonderful Australia», игра «Природа Австралии»
Апрель 2017 г.
«Holidays in the USA»
«A Trip to London»
Просмотр видеофильма, дискуссия
БРЕЙН-РИНГ «THE UK »
Цели занятия: развивать речевые умения учащихся на английском языке, обобщить изученный материал по теме: «Соединенное Королевство Великобритании и Северной Ирландии».
развивать умения и навыки устной и письменной речи на английском языке;
актуализация страноведческого материала;
тренировать внимание, логическое мышление, память;
Участники делится на 3-4 команды по 6-8 человек. На обсуждение каждого вопроса дается 1 минута. Очки получает команда, которая первая даст правильный ответ. Если ответ неправильный, то у команды соперников есть возможность ответить. Вопросы разделены на 4 сектора: “England”, “Wales”,“Scotland”,“Northern Ireland”. Побеждает команда, набравшая наибольшее количество очков. Вопросы проверяют не просто знание фактического материала, а умение применить эти знания. Вопросы требуют смекалки, быстроты мышления, общей эрудированности.
1) What region I known as the “garden of England”? ( The County of Kent) – 1 point
2) What English cities are famous for their universities? (Oxford and Cambridge) – 2 points
3) Where is the most westerly point of Great Britain called “Land’s End”? (“Land’s End” is in the Southwest) – 3 points
4) What is the largest industrial part of England? (Midlands) – 4 points
5)What are the regions of England? (the Southeast, the Southwest, East Anglia, the Midlands, the north of England) – 5 points
1) What languages are spoken in Wales? (Welsh and English) – 1 point
2) What is the capital of Wales? (Cardiff) – 2 points
3) How many people live in Wales? (About two and a quarter millions people) – 3 points
4) The second highest mountain in Britain is situated in Wales. What is its name? ( the Mount Snowdon) – 4 points
5) When do the Welsh people celebrate St. David’s Day? (on the 1stof March) – 5 points
3. “ Scotland”
1) What plant is the symbol of Scotland? (a thistle) – 1 point
2) What cities are the two great centres of Scotland? (Glasgow and Edinburgh) – 2 points
3) What parts is Scotland divided into? (the Highlands and the Lowlands) – 3 points
4) What are the two most interesting of Edinburgh? (the Old Town and the New Town) – 4 points
5) What show takes place five or six nights a week in August? (the Edinburgh military tattoo) – 5 points
4. “Northern Ireland”
1) What is the capital of Northern Ireland? (Belfast) – 1 point
2) What country does Northern Ireland border on? (the Independent Irish Republic) – 2 points
3) What is Northern Ireland washed by? (the Irish Sea and the Atlantic Ocean) – 3 points
4) What island is Northern Ireland situated on? (island Ireland) – 4 points
5) What is the nationality of people who were born in Northern Ireland? (They are Irish) – 5 points
Подведение итогов, награждение победившей команды.
Викторина «Знаете ли вы англоязычные страны?»
The official languages of Canada are:
English and Spanish
English and French
German and Italian
The capital of Australia is:
The national symbol of the small insular state of New Zealand is:
The capital of the United States is:
Arnold Schwarzenegger is the governor of the state:
……..were the allies of the USSR during World War II
The USA and Great Britain
Italy and France
Japan and China
The princess called “The Queen of Hearts” is:
During the period of colonization British Government sent to Australia people who were:
writers and poets
The name of the man who wrote the text of the Declaration of Independence is:
The portrait of ………… we can see on 100$ banknote.
George Bush (sin)
The street in New York, centre of theatres, cabarets, cinema houses and other kind of entertainment is called;
The head of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland is:
the Prime Minister
…………. was the youngest president of the USA.
George Bush (jr)
John F. Kennedy
Official currency of Great Britain is:
The USA consists of:
Famous Russian hockey players I. Larionov and V. Fetisov played in NHL Club called:
Detroit Red Wings
New York Lakers
First world underground appeared in:
Australian actress Kate Blanchet plays the part of the Queen:
………… was the first president of the USA.
Ulysses S. Grant
The state of Australia is:
a part of a continent
Russian businessman R. Abramovish is the owner of British football club called:
Bermudan triangle is situated in shore of:
The official residence of the Queen of Great Britain is:
Department of Defense of the USA is called:
Empire State Building
Statue of Liberty in harbour of New York was presented to the USA by:
Tower Clock, the symbol of London is called:
27. What part of Britain is called “land of song”?
28. How many provinces and territories does Canada consist of?
a) 8 provinces and 3 territories
b) 10 provinces and 3 territories
c) 8 provinces and 2 territories
29. What is the longest river in Canada?
a) the Nelson river
b) the Yukon river
c) the Mackenzie
30. What is the capital of Canada?
Keys: 1b; 2c; 3b; 4c; 5c; 6a; 7c; 8b; 9b; 10b; 11b; 12c; 13c; 14a; 15c; 16b; 17a; 18a; 19b; 20a; 21b; 22b; 23c; 24b; 25a; 26b; 27c; 28b; 29c; 30a
Аутентичные языковые материалы по теме "Природа Австралии"
Read the text and try to guess: where has this text come from?
A leaflet about a guided tour?
A book about one of the greatest cities in Australia?
A geography book?
Nature at our Doorstep
Sydney is Australia’s largest city, with over four million residents. It covers more than1500 square kilometers – one of the largest city areas in the world. From the famous beaches to the distant Blue Mountains, Sydney’s suburbs spread out in a network of houses, roads, shopping centers and office blocks. But if you look at a satellite photo of this booming metropolis, the dominant colour is green.
National parks have much to do with this. From any high point in the city you’ll see them – large areas of protected bushland, enveloping and giving life to Sydney. Even in the metropolitan area, national parks can be found in many places – beside the rivers, among the houses, around the harbour. The largest wilderness area in New South Wales – in Wollemi National Park – begins barely 70 kilometres from the CBD.
Sydney’s environmental wealth is no accident. It’s the legacy of more than a century of conservation efforts by concerned citizens, conservation groups and the state government. Since the creation of Royal National Park – the world’s second national park – in 1879, Sydney’s parks and reserves have been growing in number. They are now part of a large network of some 500 protected areas across New South Wales, working towards the conservation of the state’s amazing natural diversity.
Managed by the New South Wales National Parks and Wildlife Service, Sydney’s national parks exist for a variety of reasons. They give Sydneysiders a chance to relax and enjoy themselves in the great outdoors. They provide habitat for the countless animals and plant species that are native to the region. And they protect Sydney’s cultural heritage – Aboriginal sites, colonial relics, and monuments of the often troubled history that Aboriginal and non – Aboriginal people share.
If you’re in Sydney for the Olympics and Paralympics, you won’t be getting into the spirit of these Games without a visit to a national park. Of course there are many other parks to experience throughout NSW. They include the World Heritage-listed rainforests of the north coast, the red desert landscapes of the far west, and the fragile alpine herbfields of the Snowy Mountains. If you are interested in traveling beyond Sydney to discover more of the state’s huge variety of landscapes, we can help you plan a more extensive trip. Welcome to the sandstone, water and bushland that lie at the heart of this Olympic city!
According to the text which of the following is true?
the dominant color of the booming metropolis is
from any high point in the city you can see
a network of houses, roads, shopping centers and office blocks
large areas of protected bushland
countless industrial sites
historic defence installations
there is a large network of
200 protected areas
100 protected areas
500 protected areas
from any high point in the city you’ll see
distant Blue Mountains
large areas of protected bushland
the Sydney Harbour
NSW Parks include
the World Heritage-listed rainforests of the north coast
the red desert landscapes of the far west
the fragile alpine herbfields of the Snowy Mountains
Give the reasons for
existence of conservation groups and their efforts to protect Sydney’s environmental wealth
existence of Sydney’s national parks
According to the text which two of the following statements are wrong? Find them.
Sydney’s environmental wealth is an accident.
The area of Sydney is one of the largest city areas in the world.
Sydney’s parks give Sydneysiders a chance to relax and enjoy themselves.
Since the creation of RNP the number of Sydney’s parks and reserves has remained the same.
There is a large network of parks in NSW.
Choose the information which was unknown to you.
Тема «Национальные праздники США»
St. Valentine’s Day
No one knows how Valentine’ s Day first started. There are several different theories. The first theory took place in Roman times, about 2,700 years ago. Rome is a city in Italy and when it was built, hungry wolves surrounded city walls and howled at night. They ate the people’ s sheep and sometimes even killed people. The Romans were afraid of the wolves, so they prayed to one of their gods Lupercus, to protect them. Lupercus was the Roman god who watched over sheep and shepherds. They prayed to this god on a special holiday named Lupercalia. This holiday was held on February 15th each year. Even after the wolves had disappeared, the Romans kept celebrating the holiday because they enjoyed it. But as the years passed, Lupercus became less important to the people and they started celebrating a holiday for Juno instead. Juno was the queen of the Roman gods. She ruled over marriage. This was a holiday for love. On this day, young Roman women wrote their names on February 14th, and the names they drew would be their partners for dances and games on this holiday.
There is another story about a man named Valentine. Valentine was a Christian priest in Roman Empire 3 hundred years after the death of Jesus Christ. When the Roman Emperor Claudius II needed soldiers, he made a law against marrying because he felt that marriage made men want to stay home instead of fighting wars. But Valentine couldn’t agree with the Emperor’s decision. When he saw that young couples were truly in love he married them secretly. He had been thrown in prison. There Valentine performed miracle – he cured the jailer’s daughter from her blindness. And they had fallen in love with each other. On February 14th Valentine was beheaded, and at the night before he was executed he wrote a letter to the jailer’s daughter signing “From your Valentine”. The Christian Church took for his saint’s day February 14th. So, this day became a day of love.
Still another possible origin for Valentine’s Day took place in Europe hundreds of years ago. People noticed that some birds chose their mates around February 14th. Since birds did this, they thought people should, too. Today we see birds used on valentine cards. They stand for the times when people believed that birds chose their mates for life around Valentine’ s Day. Today we call two people who are very happy together ”lovebirds.”
We sometimes see Cupid on valentines. He evolved from the Greek god called Eros, the god of love. Cupid is a chubby little baby with wings and curly hair. He usually shoots an arrow into people’ s hearts. This arrow does not hurt them, but makes them fall in love with someone.
Ribbons on valentines go back to the knights on horseback. Women would give a little piece of ribbon to a knight when he went to war. He would carry this ribbon to remind him of his love.
Roses and flowers are often seen on valentines. The rose is known as the flower of love. Violets and bachelor’ s buttons are also seen on valentine cards. One story says that Saint Valentine sent notes on violets from his jail cell. The birds carried the notes to people.
Lace symbolizes a net for catching one’s heart. If you put lace on your Valentine, you are supposed to catch the heart of the person you give it to.
It isn’t a national holiday. Bank and offices don’t close but it is a happy festival in honor of St.Valentine, patron of sweethearts and lovers. It is widely celebrated among people of all ages by the exchange of “valentines”. A valentine may mean a specially greeting card or a little present. The greeting cards are often colored red and have red trimmings and pictures of hearts.
Напишите прощальное письмо священника перед смертью к его возлюбленной. Write a farewell message of the priest Valentine to his sweetheart:
My Dear Girl, when I saw you for the first time I immediately fell in love with you. I couldn’t help admiring you and I couldn’t afford such a beautiful girl to suffer. My heart was full of delight. I am so glad that I could help you, but I am just a young bishop and I can’t go against God’s will. Believe me, that even in the paradise I shall remember you forever. But alas, I must say goodbye. Tomorrow I shall leave you, but you must know, that I love you.
Match the symbols of love with their definitions.Соотнесите символы любви, используемые в День Святого Валентина, с их определениями:
The Endless-love Knot
It means that the person is tied up.
It symbolizes a net for catching one’s heart.
The Roman god of love is depicted as a charming boy with a bow and arrows. He shoots his arrows into the human hearts. The wounded person immediately falls in love.
It is an intricate pattern of interlocking hearts that is generally hand-drawn.
Hearts and red roses
It is the emblem of eternal love.
October 31 is a very special holiday for children called Halloween. In old times the night of October 31 was the last night of the year when all the witches and ghost were out. It was a celebration of dead souls.
Now Halloween is a holiday for children. But originally, it was a religious holiday. Children make faces on pumpkins and put a candle inside. These pumpkins are called jack-o'-lanterns. All children are dressed in costumes of ghosts, clowns, goblins, witches, vampires, pirates, etc. Many of the costumes are witches in white sheets, trying to scare the winter spirits. Many of them wear masks. They do not
know who is who and try to guess who is behind the masks.
There are Halloween parties in many schools. Children begin to prepare for the party long before, sometimes weeks before the holiday. During the holiday there is usually a parade of costumes, and the participants and the guests of the holiday choose the most original costume. They have some special things to eat and to drink: apple juice, popcorn, caramel apples, candies, oranges.
The party is always fun, with jokes, games, mysteries, witches, scarecrows, black cats, bats and other characters that try to frighten the others.
Dressed in costumes children go to the different people's home, ring at the door saying, "Trick or treat, smell my feet, give me something good to eat". This means that if people do not give them candies or apples or other tasty things, the children may play a trick on them (shaving cream on the car or on the door, for example).
In the old days "trick or treat" had to perform songs and shifts for their neighbors. If the neighbors liked the performance, the children received a "treat" - fruit or candy. If not, the neighbors played a trick on the children - like throwing water on them.
A favorite game at Halloween parties is ducking for apples. Apples swim in the water in a big bowl. Children are to get one. Each child holds a fork in his (her) mouth and tries to stab an apple. The children get very wet but enjoy themselves greatly.
Guess the holidays, which these poems and songs are devoted to.Угадайте праздники, которым посвящены эти стихи и песни.
Use the articles where necessary. Используйте артикли, где это необходимо.
Most people in … Britain see Christmas as … major festival of … year – when parties are given and gifts are received. Almost all … people are having fun on Christmas Eve, especially children. On Christmas Eve, children hang … stocking at … end of their beds or over … fire-place. They are told that Father Pole and fills each stocking with … presents. The children open their presents – put there secretly by their parents – on Christmas morning.
Lunch is … most important point on Christmas Day. … traditional lunch consists of … roast turkey with … vegetables, followed by Christmas pudding, which is made with … dried fruit and … brandy. Sometimes … coin is put in … pudding as … surprise.
… day after Christmas is called Boxing Day (after the church box which was opened for … poor on that day) and this too is … public holiday.
New Year’s Eve in Scotland.
People all over … Britain celebrate … passing of … old year and … coming of … new. In Scotland, Hogmanay – as it is called there – is almost as important as Christmas. … Scots take New Year’s Eve very seriously. There is a New Year Eve Fire Festival; ... men parade with blazing tar barrels, they throw them into … great bonfire. The “First Boots” then set out.
In Scotland “first footing” is … common custom: it’s considered lucky if … dark-haired man is … first to set foot in … house after midnight on Hogmanay, bringing … coin, … peace of … bread, or … lump of .. coal as … symbol of plenty for … coming year.
The 4th of July is the biggest national holiday of the USA. It is celebrated as the birthday of the country. July the 4th, 1776 when the American colonies were fighting with Britannia, the Continental Congress, adopted a resolution, which has come to be known as the Declaration of Independence.
In fact, the Declaration of Independence was a letter from the Continental Congress to the king of Great Britain. Tomas Jefferson wrote to the king that the people of America did not want to pay taxes. But the Declaration was just a letter, it didn’t make the American people independent of Britain. Though the Declaration of Independence has been adopted on July the 4th, it was not signed by the members of the congress on August the 2nd, 1776.
The Congress held it’s meeting in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The member met the Independence Hall and celebrated their first “Fourth of July”.
Philadelphia, which was founded in 1682 by William Penn, a prominent statesman, was a large city in Colonial America. Even now some parts of the old city remind one of the pasts. Visitors can walk the old streets, see the old houses and public buildings. In 1790 the first congress met in Philadelphia. It would be the capital of the USA while the federal capital in Washington D.C. was being built. It remained the capital for the next 10 years.
Americans still ring bells to celebrate Independence Day. They march on the parades. They decorate the graves of their dead soldiers. In the evening of the Fourth they shoot off fire-works in parks and fields.