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«My Favourite Book» Teacher: E.A. Minyaeva Novomoskovsk Construction College
Today we are going to speak about one of the most wonderful things in the wor...
Read the rhyme, please
Our friends had already secured a first-class carriage and were waiting for u...
Everybody looked at Alice. ‘I’M not a mile high,’ said Alice. ‘You are,’ said...
"Tom!" No answer. "Tom!" No answer. "What's gone with that boy, I wonder? You...
Ask questions each other
One of Russia's most celebrated poets of all times, Michael Lermontov was bo...
Alexander Pushkin Alexander Pushkin is one of the most outstanding Russians....
Anton Chekhov My favourite writer is Anton Pavlovich Chekhov. In my opinion,...
Ivan Turgenev There are some names in Russian and foreign literatures that a...
Proverb about books
He is an English writer of plays, one of the most famous ever. Among the most...
They are English writers, who wrote only several books. They lived in the mid...
A Scottish poet who wrote hundreds of songs and poems, mainly on country life...
An English writer of detective stories, famous especially for the book about...
Let us read the rhyme My mistress’ eyes are nothing like the sun; Coral is fa...
Thank you for attention © E. A. Minyaeva, 2016
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Our friends had already secured a first-class carriage and were waiting for us upon the platform. “No, we have no news of any kind,” said Dr. Mortimer in answer to my friend’s questions. “I can swear to one thing, and that is that we have not been shadowed during the last two days. We have never gone out without keeping a sharp watch, and no one could have escaped our notice.” “You have always kept together, I presume?” “Except yesterday afternoon. I usually give up one day to pure amusement when I come to town, so I spent it at the Museum of the College of Surgeons.” “And I went to look at the folk in the park,” said Baskerville. “But we had no trouble of any kind.” “It was imprudent, all the same,” said Holmes, shaking his head and looking very grave. “I beg, Sir Henry, that you will not go about alone. Some great misfortune will befall you if you do. Did you get your other boot?” “No, sir, it is gone forever.” “Indeed. That is very interesting. Well, good-bye,” he added as the train began to glide down the platform. “Bear in mind, Sir Henry, one of the phrases in that queer old legend which Dr. Mortimer has read to us, and avoid the moor in those hours of darkness when the powers of evil are exalted.” I looked back at the platform when we had left it far behind, and saw the tall, austere figure of Holmes standing motionless and gazing after us. Arthur Conan Doyle The Hound of the Baskervilles

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Everybody looked at Alice. ‘I’M not a mile high,’ said Alice. ‘You are,’ said the King. ‘Nearly two miles high,’ added the Queen. ‘Well, I shan’t go, at any rate,’ said Alice: ‘besides, that’s not a regular rule: you invented it just now.’ ‘It’s the oldest rule in the book,’ said the King. ‘Then it ought to be Number One,’ said Alice. The King turned pale, and shut his note-book hastily. ‘Consider your verdict,’ he said to the jury, in a low, trembling voice. ‘There’s more evidence to come yet, please your Majesty,’ said the White Rabbit, jumping up in a great hurry; ‘this paper has just been picked up.’ ‘What’s in it?’ said the Queen. ‘I haven’t opened it yet,’ said the White Rabbit, ‘but it seems to be a letter, written by the prisoner to — to somebody.’ ‘It must have been that,’ said the King, ‘unless it was written to nobody, which isn’t usual, you know.’ ‘Who is it directed to?’ said one of the jurymen. Lewis Carroll Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland

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№ слайда 8 "Tom!" No answer. "Tom!" No answer. "What's gone with that boy, I wonder? You
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"Tom!" No answer. "Tom!" No answer. "What's gone with that boy, I wonder? You Tom!" No answer. The old lady pulled her spectacles down and looked over them about the room; then she put them up and looked out under them. She seldom or never looked through them for so small a thing as a boy; they were her state pair, the pride of her heart, and were built for "style", not service-she could have seen through a pair of stove-lids just as well. She looked perplexed for a moment, and then said, not fiercely, but still loud enough for the furniture to hear: "Well, I lay if I get hold of you I'll-" She did not finish, for by this time she was bending down and punching under the bed with the broom, and so she needed breath to punctuate the punches with. Mark Twain The Adventures of Tom Sawyer

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One of Russia's most celebrated poets of all times, Michael Lermontov was born in Moscow in the family of a nobleman. He spent his childhood and youth in Tarckany, in the province of Penza. In 1830 Lermontov entered the Moscow University, but very soon he had to leave it. Then he entered SU Petersburg School of Cavalry Cadets. He finished it and served in the Hussar Regiment of the Imperial Guard. In 1837 the poet was exiled to the Caucasus for his poem on Pushkin's death. In 1840 Lermontov was exiled to the Caucasus for the second time. He was provoked into personal quarrel with his schoolmate. The quarrel led to a duel. On July 15th, 1841 the poet was killed. He was not 27 at that time. In 1837 the poet was exiled to the Caucasus for his poem on Pushkin's death. In 1840 Lermontov was exiled to the Caucasus for the second time. He was provoked into personal quarrel with his schoolmate. The quarrel led to a duel. On July 15th, 1841 the poet was killed. He was not 27 at that time. Lermontov began writing when he was very young. One of his first writings to be published was his verse tale "Hadji Abrek". But he won fame as a poet after his poem on Pushkin's death was published. Lermontov's poems "Demon", "Mtsyri", his great novel "A Hero of our time" and his play "Masquerade" are masterpieces of Russian literature. Whether he wrote poetry, drama or prose, the stamp of his genius was to be found on his works. Lermontov's influence as a poet and a thinker on all Russian writes can't be overestimated. Michael Lermontov

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Alexander Pushkin Alexander Pushkin is one of the most outstanding Russians. He was the greatest Russian poet and writer. Pushkin devoted his life to writing poems. The young Alexander's first poems appeared when he was fifteen, and by the time he left school he was regarded as a rival by the literary leaders of that time. Pushkin was the first poet who touched problems that were important for Russia and its people. Because of that he was sent to exile a few times. Pushkin wrote a lot of poems and novels. Among his famous ones are: Eugenij Onegin, Ruslan and Lyudmila and others. Children like to read his fairy tales and watch wonderful cartoons based on them. When I was a child I read all the fairy tales by this talented poet. First my grandmother read them for me, but then when 1 learnt to read, I read his tales myself. Most of Pushkin's best works are studied at school. There is a statue to Pushkin in Moscow at Pushkin Square Young and old people gather by the statue, read poems and just meet friends. Pushkin is respected not only in Russia, but all over the world. His novels and poems have been translated into many languages and arc enjoyed by foreigners.

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Anton Chekhov My favourite writer is Anton Pavlovich Chekhov. In my opinion, he is the greatest Russian dramatist and short story writer. I'm never tired of reading and rereading his plays and humorous stories. Chekhov was born in 1860 in Taganrog. In 1879 he went to Moscow, where he studied medicine. Though he practised little as a doctor in his lifetime, he was prouder of his medical knowledge than of his writing talent. While in college, Chekhov wrote humorous sketches for comic papers to support his family. He collected the best ones into a volume Motley Stories, in 1886. The book attracted the attention of the publisher of the Novoje Vremja, Russia's largest paper, and Chekhov was asked to contribute stories regularly. Chekhov, as an established writer, was able to develop a style of his own. Though he never gave up writing comic stories, he began working in a more serious vein. In 1887 Ivanov, his first play, established Chekhov as a dramatist. From then on, he concentrated on writing plays, as well as short stories. Chekhov was seriously ill. He had tuberculosis and knew what it meant. By 1892 his health was so bad that he was afraid to spend another winter in Moscow. He bought a small estate near the village of Melikhovo, 50 miles from Moscow. He spent 5 years there, and those were happy years in spite of the illness.

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Ivan Turgenev There are some names in Russian and foreign literatures that are very dear to me. In Russian literature I value Ivan Turgenev. highly. For me he is a real intellectual and aristocrat, a man of culture, devoted to literature, music and painting. Though he lived abroad for a long time he didn't stop to be a Russian writer for a moment. He created a number of national characters in his books. The image of urgency's woman, deeply feeling, faithful and tender is an ideal of a Russian woman for me. It doesn't lose its charm even today. Turgenev's descriptions of nature are delightful too. Take for example his "Byezhin Prairie", "Torrents of spring" etc. Turgenev's prose is very poetic. His style is perfect; his dialogues are easy-read, interesting, life-like, and yet always significant. One may think that Turgenev is too balanced, too poetic for the new age, but one must admit that these are the qualities we badly lack today.

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Proverb about books

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He is an English writer of plays, one of the most famous ever. Among the most famous of his plays are tragedies, the comedies and the historical plays. William Shakespeare

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They are English writers, who wrote only several books. They lived in the middle of 19th century Bronte Sisters

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A Scottish poet who wrote hundreds of songs and poems, mainly on country life, love and national pride Robert Burns

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An English writer of detective stories, famous especially for the book about Mrs. Marple Agatha Christy

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Let us read the rhyme My mistress’ eyes are nothing like the sun; Coral is far more red than her lips’ red; If snow be white; why then her breasts are dun; If hairs be wires, black wires grow on her head. I have seen roses damasked, red and white, But no such roses see I in her cheeks, And in some perfumes is there more delight Than in the breath that from my mistress reeks. I love to hear her speak, yet well I know That music hath a far more pleasing sound; I grant I never saw a goddess go - My mistress when she walks treads on the ground. And yet, by heaven, I think my love as rare As any she belied with false compare. W. Shakespeare

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Thank you for attention © E. A. Minyaeva, 2016

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ГПОУ ТО « Новомосковский строительный колледж»

















Методическая разработка

урока

английского языка


на тему

«My Favourite Book»









преподаватель английского языка:


Е.А. Миняева










Новомосковск

2016 г.

План

1. Введение

2. Содержание занятия

3. Самоанализ занятия

4. Список использованной литературы

5. Приложения:

1) Диалог «Books»

2) Отрывки оригинальных произведений английских авторов

3) плакат с деревом, на которое прикрепляются листья для закрепления лексики,

4) Сонет 130 (W. Shakespeare).


Введение


Непременным условием полноценной жизни современного человека является знание иностранного языка. В связи с этим обосновано включение дисциплины «Иностранный язык» в программу общеобразовательных и средних специальных учебных заведений. В соответствии с ней иностранный язык изучается как феномен культуры народа, который говорит на этом языке. Язык является мощным средством постижения культуры ценностей в различных сферах деятельности человека.

Система урочной и внеурочной работы по всем учебным дисциплинам должна быть направлена на решение задач, связанных с созданием условий: для интеллектуального и духовно-нравственного развития подростков; для подготовки интеллигентного человека, способного мыслить общечеловеческими категориями и полноценно наследовать опыт предшествующих поколений; для воспитания в каждом студенте потребности в самообучении, самовоспитании и саморазвитии: для формирования у студентов широкого и гуманного взгляда на мир.

Существенная роль в этом отводится иностранному языку, который как учебный предмет обладает большими возможностями для создания условий культурного и личностного становления учащихся и обучающихся. В связи с этим была выбрана следующая тема для проведения занятия «Моя любимая книга».


Цели урока:

Обучающие – развивать у обучающихся речевые умения аудирования и говорения (в монологической и диалогической форме) закрепить изученную лексику; обучать умению читать с полным пониманием.

Воспитательные – воспитывать у обучающихся интерес к изучению английского языка; формировать культуру чтения, интерес и любовь к книгам.

Развивающие – развивать воображение, навыки письма, логическое мышление.


Оборудование: плакат с деревом, на которое прикрепляются листья для закрепления лексики, проект, выставка книг, раздаточный материал для чтения и работы в парах, презентация.


Ход урока:


I.Приветствие. Организационный момент. Сообщение темы.

Постановка задач урока

T: Good morning, students! I’m glad to see you! Sit down, please! How are you today? Who is on duty today? What date is today? Who is absent?

Слайд 1. Today we are going to speak about one of the most wonderful things in the world. Well, try to guess what it is!


II.Фонетическая зарядка

T: Look on the blackboard and read the rhyme please


Слайд 2.

It has no mouth but speaks.

It is not a tree but it has leaves.

It is not alive but it can be a good friend

… right! It is a book


(обучающиеся повторяют за учителем, индивидуально)


III. Работа с лексикой.

T: A wise man said, “Life without books is as tree without leaves”. Now let us grow our “book tree” and put on clothes on it. (На доске изображен ствол дерева с ветвями, но без листьев. На листья, которые прикрепляются, написаны слова, обозначающие литературные жанры)

Плакат (Приложения 3)

Romance - роман приключенческого или любовного жанра;

Detective story – детектив;

History book - исторический роман;

Adventure story – приключение;

Fantasy – фантастика;

Fairy tale – сказка;

Science fiction научная фантастика;

True story – основана на реальных событиях;

Horror story – ужасы;

Biography (autobiography) – биография;

Poetry – поэзия.

(обучающиеся отрабатывают лексику, произносят за учителем, индивидуально)


IV.Аудирование текстов с целью закрепления лексики

T: now let’s have a guessing game. Listen to the beginnings of different kinds of stories and try to guess what story it is, and why you think so. (Обучающиеся слушают отрывки художественных текстов и определяют писателей и названия произведений.)

Слайды 2-4. (Приложение 2)


V Работа в парах

T: Now, imagine, please, that you are reports who have been asked to research books people prefer to read. Ask questions each other

(учащиеся задают вопросы, которые написаны на слайде)

Слайд 5.

  1. What types of books are you fond of reading?

  2. How many books do you read a month?

  3. Have your read any books in English?

  4. What stories or books did you enjoy when you were a child?

  5. What was the last book you read? What was it about?


VI Чтение текста «Books in our life».

T: And now take the lists and read the text «Books in our life». Translate the underlined sentences.

Nowadays it's almost impossible to imagine our life without books. Perhaps there are more books on our planet then men alive. Long before the invention of printing people valued books as treasure troves of the human knowledge and experience. Handwritten manuscripts took months of writing and were collected by and kept in monasteries with utmost care. We can put books into three classes. Firstly, books on different branches of knowledge, works by brilliant minds of mankind. Secondly, textbooks, reference books and numerous dictionaries. And lastly, books of all kinds and genres to read at leisure.

Classics should be taken a little at a time. One's understanding of books by Tolstoy and Dostoevsky, Maupassant and Balzac depends on one's age and experience.

Serous books are to be read conscientiously and maybe more then once. To a thinking reader they will provide new food for thought every time he rereads it. Many people indulge in reading science fiction, fantasy or detective stories. Of course, there are some advantages and disadvantages of this king of literature, often referred to as "easy reading". To me, good science fiction and fantasy develop imagination, logical thinking, and broaden one's outlook. The same could be said in favour of detective stories. Stories of this genre by Arthur Conan Doyle, Agatha Christie and others reveal minute details of everyday life in this or that particular country, show the depths of psychological analysis, and insight into human nature.

As an old saying goes, man cannot live on bread alone. Books are the source of knowledge and the means of selfperfection. Sometimes it is difficult to solve some problems in life. I think that books can help us. Books must be our friends during all our life.

V.Практика в диалогической речи.

Чтение по ролям диалога «Books». Приложение 1.


VI. Практика в монологической речи.

T: And now what book do you recommend to read?

(обучающиеся рассказывают о своей любимой книге и советуют ее прочитать.)

Слайды 6, 7, 8, 9. (Приложение 5)


VII. Чтение пословиц о книгах

Слайд 10.

  1. A room without books is like a body without a soul.

  2. Tell me what you read and I will tell you what you are.

  3. Books are a great thing as long as you know how to use them.

  4. There is no friends so faithful as a good book.

  5. We are what we read.


VIII Догадайтесь о каком писателе идет речь


Look at the blackboard again. You can see portraits of famous British writers. Listen to the stories about them and guess their names. Find their portraits!

(Учащиеся угадывают фамилию писателя по краткому описанию.)


Слайд 11. 

1. He is an English writer of plays, one of the most famous ever. Among the most famous of his plays are tragedies, the comedies and the historical plays. (William Shakespeare)

Слайд 12.

2. They are English writers, who wrote only several books. They lived in the middle of 19th century. (Bronte Sisters)

Слайд 13.

3. A Scottish poet who wrote hundreds of songs and poems, mainly on country life, love and national pride. (Robert Burns)

Слайд 14.

4. An English writer of detective stories, famous especially for the book about Mrs. Marple (Agatha Christy)

IX Подведение итогов урока. Чтение стихотворения.


Слайд 15.

T: Now let us read the rhyme (аудирование и чтение сонета 130 У. Шекспира)


Д/з: выучить наизусть сонет Шекспира (Приложение 4)


ПРИЛОЖЕНИЕ


1. Диалог «Books».



Mike: Hello, Selena. It's nice to see you! How are you?

Майк: Привет, Селена. Рад тебя видеть! Как ты?

 

 

Selena: Hello, Mike. I'm fine, thank you. And how are you?

Селена: Привет, Майк. У меня все отлично, спасибо. А у тебя как дела?

 

 

Mike: I'm very well, thank you. Where are you going?

Майк: Очень хорошо, спасибо. Куда ты направляешься?

 

 

Selena: I'm going to the library. I want to spend a couple of hours there.

Селена: Я иду в библиотека. Я хочу провести там пару часов.

 

 

Mike: What will you be doing there for such a long time?

Майк: Что ты будешь там делать так долго?

 

 

Selena: It's not much, Time simply flies when I'm at the library. First of all I need to find some materials for my home work assignment. Then I want to read one book in French. And, when I finish, I'll find an interesting book for daily reading. I can borrow it from the library and return after I finish reading.

Селена: Это не долго. Время просто летит, когда я в библиотеке. Во-первых, я хочу найти материал для моего домашнего задания. Затем, я хочу почитать какую-нибудь книжку на французском. А под конец найду интересную книгу для ежедневного чтения. Я могу взять ее на время из библиотеки и вернуть, когда закончу читать.

 

 

Mike: You said a book in French. Are there many books in foreign languages?

Майк: Ты сказала книга на французском. Там много книг на иностранных языках?

 

 

Selena: Yes, there are. It's a large library of international literature. That's why I often visit it. Just out of curiosity I once tried to read book in Japanese, but failed of course.

Селена: Да. Это крупная библиотека международной литературы. Вот почему я часто туда хожу. Однажды из чистого любопытства я пыталась прочесть книгу на японском языке, но конечно же не смогла.

 

 

Mike: Do they have books written in rare languages?

Майк: А у них есть книги, написанные на редких языках?

 

 

Selena: Well, I've never asked for one, but I saw several books in Latin on the shelves.

Селена: Ну, я никогда не спрашивала про это, но на полках я видела несколько книг на латинском.

 

 

Mike: Perhaps, that's medical literature. That's what I need for my studies. Can I join you sometimes?

Майк: Наверняка это литература по медицине. Вот, что мне нужно для моей учебы. Можно ли мне присоединиться к тебе как-нибудь?

 

 

Selena: Sure, you're welcome to come with me.

Селена: Конечно, будет здорово, если ты пойдешь со мной.

 

 

Mike: You said you can spend hours reading a book there. Don't you feel lonely or bored in the library?

Майк: Ты говорила, что можешь часами читать там книгу. Разве тебе не становится одиноко или скучно в библиотеке?

 

 

Selena: Not at all. On the contrary, when I read an interesting book, I fully merge with the heroes of the book. That way I don't feel lonely. Besides, it's not a boring place. There are spacious and light rooms full of students, just like me and you.

Селена: Вовсе нет. Напротив, когда я читаю интересную книгу, я полностью сливаюсь с героями книги. Таким образом, мне не одиноко. Более того, это не скучное место. Там просторные и светлые помещения, заполненные студентами, такими же как мы с тобой.

 

 

Mike: I see. Yes, definitely, I want to go there too.

Майк: Понятно. Да, определенно, я хочу тоже сходить туда.

 

 

Selena: What kind of books do you like reading?

Селена: Какие книги ты любишь читать?

 

 

Mike: I like fantasy books.

Майк: Я люблю фантастику.

 

 

Selena: They have a wide range of fantasy. You can even find a fantastic tale in Chinese or Portuguese.

Селена: У них огромный выбор книг фантастики. Ты можешь даже найти фантастический рассказ на китайском или португальском.

 

 

Mike: Sounds good.

Майк: Здорово.

 

 

Selena: And who is your favourite writer, Mike?

Селена: А кто твой любимый писатель, Майк?

 

 

Mike: It's Stephen King. And yours?

Майк: Стивен Кинг. А твой?

 

 

Selena: My favourite writer is Aldous Huxley.

Селена: Мой любимый писатель - Олдос Хаксли.

 

 

Mike: I've never heard of him. Can you name some of his books?

Майк: Я никогда не слышал о нем. Ты можешь назвать какие-нибудь из его книг?

 

 

Selena: Well, he was a famous English writer, who wrote a wide range of essays, short stories, poetry, travel books, and even film scripts. One of his most prominent works is a novel called "Brave New World". I've read it several times and never got bored. You should also read it. It's very informative.

Селена: Ну, он был известным английским писателем, который написал большое количество сочинений, коротких рассказов, поэзии, дневников путешествий, и даже сценариев к кино. Одна из его наиболее выдающихся книг - это роман "О дивный новый мир". Я несколько раз перечитывала ее и она мне не наскучила. Тебе тоже следует ее прочитать. Она очень поучительная.

 

 

Mike: If you say so, I will. But at first, you should take me to that library.

Майк: Ну, если ты так говоришь, то прочитаю. Но для начала тебе нужно отвести меня в эту библиотеку.








2. Отрывки оригинальных произведений английских авторов


Отрывок 1


Arthur Conan Doyle

The Hound of the Baskervilles

Our friends had already secured a first-class carriage and were waiting for us upon the platform.

No, we have no news of any kind,” said Dr. Mortimer in answer to my friend’s questions. “I can swear to one thing, and that is that we have not been shadowed during the last two days. We have never gone out without keeping a sharp watch, and no one could have escaped our notice.”

You have always kept together, I presume?”

Except yesterday afternoon. I usually give up one day to pure amusement when I come to town, so I spent it at the Museum of the College of Surgeons.”

And I went to look at the folk in the park,” said Baskerville. “But we had no trouble of any kind.”

It was imprudent, all the same,” said Holmes, shaking his head and looking very grave. “I beg, Sir Henry, that you will not go about alone. Some great misfortune will befall you if you do. Did you get your other boot?”

No, sir, it is gone forever.”

Indeed. That is very interesting. Well, good-bye,” he added as the train began to glide down the platform. “Bear in mind, Sir Henry, one of the phrases in that queer old legend which Dr. Mortimer has read to us, and avoid the moor in those hours of darkness when the powers of evil are exalted.”

I looked back at the platform when we had left it far behind, and saw the tall, austere figure of Holmes standing motionless and gazing after us.


Отрывок 2


Lewis Carroll

Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland


Everybody looked at Alice.

I’M not a mile high,’ said Alice.

You are,’ said the King.

Nearly two miles high,’ added the Queen.

Well, I shan’t go, at any rate,’ said Alice: ‘besides, that’s not a regular rule: you invented it just now.’

It’s the oldest rule in the book,’ said the King.

Then it ought to be Number One,’ said Alice.

The King turned pale, and shut his note-book hastily. ‘Consider your verdict,’ he said to the jury, in a low, trembling voice.

There’s more evidence to come yet, please your Majesty,’ said the White Rabbit, jumping up in a great hurry; ‘this paper has just been picked up.’

What’s in it?’ said the Queen.

I haven’t opened it yet,’ said the White Rabbit, ‘but it seems to be a letter, written by the prisoner to — to somebody.’

It must have been that,’ said the King, ‘unless it was written to nobody, which isn’t usual, you know.’

Who is it directed to?’ said one of the jurymen.


Отрывок 3


Mark Twain

The Adventures of Tom Sawyer


"Tom!"

No answer.

"Tom!"

No answer.

"What's gone with that boy, I wonder? You Tom!"

No answer.

The old lady pulled her spectacles down and looked over them about the room;

then she put them up and looked out under them.

She seldom or never looked through them for so small a thing as a boy;

they were her state pair, the pride of her heart, and were built for "style", not service-she could have seen through a pair of stove-lids just as well.

She looked perplexed for a moment, and then said, not fiercely, but still loud enough for the furniture to hear:

"Well, I lay if I get hold of you I'll-"

She did not finish, for by this time she was bending down and punching under the bed with the broom, and so she needed breath to punctuate the punches with.





3. «Дерево литературных жанров»

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4. Сонет 130 (W. Shakespeare).



My mistress’ eyes are nothing like the sun;

Coral is far more red than her lips’ red;

If snow be white; why then her breasts are dun;

If hairs be wires, black wires grow on her head.

I have seen roses damasked, red and white,

But no such roses see I in her cheeks,

And in some perfumes is there more delight

Than in the breath that from my mistress reeks.

I love to hear her speak, yet well I know

That music hath a far more pleasing sound;

I grant I never saw a goddess go -

My mistress when she walks treads on the ground.

And yet, by heaven, I think my love as rare

As any she belied with false compare.

***

 Перевод С.Я. Маршака

Ее глаза на звезды не похожи,

Нельзя уста кораллами назвать,

Не белоснежна плеч открытых кожа,

И черной проволокой вьется прядь.

С дамасской розой, алой или белой,

Нельзя сравнить оттенок этих щек.

А тело пахнет так, как пахнет тело,

Не как фиалки нежный лепесток.

Ты не найдешь в ней совершенных линий,

Особенного света на челе.

Не знаю я, как шествуют богини,

Но милая ступает по земле.

И все ж она уступит тем едва ли,

Кого в сравненьях пышных оболгали



 



















5. My Favourite Writer

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One of Russia's most celebrated poets of all times, Michael Lermontov was born in Moscow in the family of a nobleman. He spent his childhood and youth in Tarckany, in the province of Penza. In 1830 Lermontov entered the Moscow University, but very soon he had to leave it. Then he entered SU Petersburg School of Cavalry Cadets. He finished it and served in the Hussar Regiment of the Imperial Guard.

In 1837 the poet was exiled to the Caucasus for his poem on Pushkin's death. In 1840 Lermontov was exiled to the Caucasus for the second time. He was provoked into personal quarrel with his schoolmate. The quarrel led to a duel. On July 15th, 1841 the poet was killed. He was not 27 at that time.

In 1837 the poet was exiled to the Caucasus for his poem on Pushkin's death. In 1840 Lermontov was exiled to the Caucasus for the second time. He was provoked into personal quarrel with his schoolmate. The quarrel led to a duel. On July 15th, 1841 the poet was killed. He was not 27 at that time.

Lermontov began writing when he was very young. One of his first writings to be published was his verse tale "Hadji Abrek". But he won fame as a poet after his poem on Pushkin's death was published. Lermontov's poems "Demon", "Mtsyri", his great novel "A Hero of our time" and his play "Masquerade" are masterpieces of Russian literature. Whether he wrote poetry, drama or prose, the stamp of his genius was to be found on his works. Lermontov's influence as a poet and a thinker on all Russian writes can't be overestimated.

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Alexander Pushkin is one of the most outstanding Russians. He was the greatest Russian poet and writer. Pushkin devoted his life to writing poems. The young Alexander's first poems appeared when he was fifteen, and by the time he left school he was regarded as a rival by the literary leaders of that time. Pushkin was the first poet who touched problems that were important for Russia and its people. Because of that he was sent to exile a few times.

Pushkin wrote a lot of poems and novels. Among his famous ones are: Eugenij Onegin, Ruslan and Lyudmila and others. Children like to read his fairy tales and watch wonderful cartoons based on them. When I was a child I read all the fairy tales by this talented poet. First my grandmother read them for me, but then when 1 learnt to read, I read his tales myself. Most of Pushkin's best works are studied at school. There is a statue to Pushkin in Moscow at Pushkin Square Young and old people gather by the statue, read poems and just meet friends.

Pushkin is respected not only in Russia, but all over the world. His novels and poems have been translated into many languages and arc enjoyed by foreigners.

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My favourite writer is Anton Pavlovich Chekhov. In my opinion, he is the greatest Russian dramatist and short story writer. I'm never tired of reading and rereading his plays and humorous stories. Chekhov was born in 1860 in Taganrog.

In 1879 he went to Moscow, where he studied medicine. Though he practised little as a doctor in his lifetime, he was prouder of his medical knowledge than of his writing talent. While in college, Chekhov wrote humorous sketches for comic papers to support his family. He collected the best ones into a volume Motley Stories, in 1886.

The book attracted the attention of the publisher of the Novoje Vremja, Russia's largest paper, and Chekhov was asked to contribute stories regularly. Chekhov, as an established writer, was able to develop a style of his own. Though he never gave up writing comic stories, he began working in a more serious vein. In 1887 Ivanov, his first play, established Chekhov as a dramatist. From then on, he concentrated on writing plays, as well as short stories. Chekhov was seriously ill. He had tuberculosis and knew what it meant. By 1892 his health was so bad that he was afraid to spend another winter in Moscow. He bought a small estate near the village of Melikhovo, 50 miles from Moscow. He spent 5 years there, and those were happy years in spite of the illness.

He wrote some of his best stories there, including Ward No.6, several well-known one-act comedies and two of his serious dramatic masterpieces, The Seagull and Uncle Vапуа. The Seagull was first staged in the Alexandrinsky Theatre in Petersburg. It was a complete failure because of the dull and clumsy production. It was a cruel blow to Chekhov.

However, the play was successfully performed as the first production of the Moscow Art Theatre in 1898. From then on, Chekhov was closely connected with this theatre and with its founder, K.S. Stanislavsky. In 1901 he married an Art Theatre actress, Olga Knipper, who acted in his play The Three Sisters the same year. Chekhov's health went from bad to worse and he had to spend the remaining years in the Crimea and other health spas.

The Cherry Orchard, his last play, was produced in 1904. Soon after the first night Chekhov died. He was 44. several generations of writers, both in Russia and abroad, studied and imitated Chekhov to perfect their own literary style. Chekhov had an immense influence on the 20th century drama.











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There are some names in Russian and foreign literatures that are very dear to me. In Russian literature I value Ivan Turgenev.

highly. For me he is a real intellectual and aristocrat, a man of culture, devoted to literature, music and painting. Though he lived abroad for a long time he didn't stop to be a Russian writer for a moment.

He created a number of national characters in his books. The image of urgency's woman, deeply feeling, faithful and tender is an ideal of a Russian woman for me. It doesn't lose its charm even today. Turgenev's descriptions of nature are delightful too. Take for example his "Byezhin Prairie", "Torrents of spring" etc.

Turgenev's prose is very poetic. His style is perfect; his dialogues are easy-read, interesting, life-like, and yet always significant. One may think that Turgenev is too balanced, too poetic for the new age, but one must admit that these are the qualities we badly lack today.

































Самоанализ урока.

Предмет: иностранный язык (английский)

Группа : С-15-1

Преподаватель: Миняева Елена Анатольевна

Тема урока: «Моя любимая книга»

Тема раздела: «Книги в нашей жизни». Учебник «Английский язык» автор - А.С. Восковская и др.;


Урок по теме «Моя любимая книга» был проведен в группе С-15-1, Абсолютное большинство студентов этой группы заинтересованы в приобретении знаний по предмету «Английский язык», так как осознают важную роль иностранного языка в современной жизни.

Поэтому именно эту группу я выбрала для проведения открытого занятия. Тема «Мой любимый писатель» является одной из тем раздела «Книги в нашей жизни». Урок проводился в 2 семестре. К этому времени студенты знают некоторые особенности грамматики английского языка «Местоимения. Имя существительное. Имя прилагательное. Числительное. Глагол to be». Артикли; должны уметь рассказать о себе, своей будущей профессии, своем рабочем дне, выходном, читать и переводить, понимать иноязычную речь на слух в рамках изученной тематики.

Выбранный тип урока – комбинированный, позволяет сочетать в себе повторение, изучение нового материала, расширение знаний, закрепление и обобщение изученного.

На уроке решались образовательные, развивающие и воспитательные задачи в комплексе и взаимосвязи. Главными задачами были: повторение и изучение новых лексико-фразеологических единиц по теме и научить употреблять их в речи, развивать у студентов речевые умения аудирования и говорения (в диалогической и монологической форме), воспитывать интерес к культуре страны изучаемого языка, развивать мыслительные способности. В задачах были учтены особенности учебной группы и отдельных микрогрупп студентов. Все студенты могли назвать хотя бы один из видов книг на английском языке при составлении «A book tree». Многие могли найти ответы на вопросы в тексте. «Сильные» студенты могли составить монологическое высказывание по теме «Мой любимый писатель». Студенты смогли определить авторов и жанр литературных произведений, над отрывками из которых они работали в группах. Студенты могли найти начало и конец английских пословиц. читали. Работая в микрогруппах «сильные» студенты помогали «слабым». Таким образом на уроке были задействованы все студенты и все студенты говорили на английском языке.

Считаю, что место и время в уроке для актуализации опорных знаний, изучения нового материала и закрепления было выделено рационально. «Связи» между этими этапами урока логичны.

В ходе урока акцентировалось внимание на важности чтения, на необходимости чтения классической (в том числе английской и американской и русской) литературы для расширения своих знаний, духовного развития и приобщения к культуре.
























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