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Тақырыбы:. Step four. THE ELECTORAL SYSTEM IN BRITAIN. Британияның сайлау жүйесі.
Мақсаты: Оқушылардың сайлау туралы білімдерін толықтыру
Сөйлеу дағдыларын дамыту
Жаңа сөздерді үйрету
2 Үй жұмысын тексеру
3 Жаңа тақырыппен таныстыру
• entitle [in'taitl] v — 1) кұкык беру; 2) атау беру
• employee [empbi'i:] n — қызметкер
• Are you entitled to vote in Parliamentary elections?
• May all citizens of Kazakhstan who are residents vote?
• Do citizens of Kazakhstan who are working abroad as employees have the right to vote ?
• Are young people under 18 entitled to vote in Parliamentary elections in Kazakhstan?
• Is voting by secret ballot in Kazakhstan?
Ex. 12. Interview your English teachers of your school.
(Use the beginning of an interview)
- Hello, I’m a journalist. I’d like to interview you. If you don’t mind. Thank you
Ex.13. Write about your interview.
I interviewed ...
She / He says that all citizens of Kazakhstan ...
Ex.14. Let your students read their essays about Petrol stations (from the previous lesson) to the class and discuss them.
a) The electorial system in Kazakhstan.
b) What qualities should you look for when voting for someone?
FOR THOSE WHO WANT TO KNOW MORE ...
‘READING FOR INFORMATION
Any person aged 21 or over who is a British citizen, or a citizen of an¬other Commonwealth country or the Irish Republic, may stand for election to the Westminister Parliament, providing they are not disqualified. Those disqualified include: people sentenced to more than one year imprisonment for corrupt electoral practices; members of the House of Lords; and public servants and officials specified by law, which includes judges, ambassadors, civil servants, some local government officers, full-time members of the regu-lar armed forces and police officers, and British members of the legislature of any country or territory outside the Commonwealth.
Candidates do not have to live in the constituencies for which they stand. However, candidates who are on the electoral register in the constituencies for which they are standing may vote in their own constituencies.
Candidates must be nominated on official nomination papers, giving their full names and home addresses and a personal description.
The nomination paper must be signed by ten electors, including a proposer and a seconder. At the same time a sum of £500 must be deposited on behalf of each candidate. Candidates who are found not to have polled more than 5 per cent of the total number of votes polled by all the candidates in the subsequent election lose this deposit.
Candidates from the main parties seldom lose their deposits. However, smaller political parties or groups also put forward candidates, and individuals without party support also stand, frequently losing their deposits.
Үйге тапсырма: ex15. Project work: Choose one and collect information about the topic you've chosen and prepare a poster and a report / or write an essay.
Goodbye! I wish you luck!