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Рабочая программа дисциплины «Общий английский язык, третий уровень (intermediate) / сост. к.п.н.,  Е.Ю. Тучкова – Оренбург:  2016 - 24с.

Рабочая программа предназначена для преподавания дисциплины Общий английский язык, третий уровень (intermediate) студентам взрослой возрастной категории, занимающихся в ИП СУХОВ

Составитель__________ Е.Ю. Тучкова

 © Е.Ю.Тучкова, 2016

 © ИП СУХОВ, 2016

 

 

 

 

 

 

Содержание

 




1
Цели и задачи освоения дисциплины………………………………..……4

2
Место дисциплины в программе обучения .......………………….............4

3
Организационно-методические данные дисциплины………….................5

4
Содержание и структура дисциплины ………………………………........5

4.1
Разделы дисциплины, их содержание и виды занятий...............................5

5
6         
Тематический план изучения дисциплины……………………….…..…...7
Образовательные технологии………………………………………………7

6.1
Интерактивные образовательные технологии,
используемые в аудиторных занятиях…………………………….….……7

7     
7.1
7.1.1
7.1.2
7.1.3
Учебно-методическое обеспечение дисциплины…………………..……..7
Рекомендуемая литература……………………………………………….7
Основная литература………………………………………………………..7
Дополнительная литература………………………………………………..8
Периодическая литература………………………………………...……….8

7.2
7.2.1
7.2.2
7.2.3
7.2.4
7.2.5
8
8.1
8.2
Средства обеспечения освоения дисциплины………………..…………...8
Методические указания и материалы по видам занятий………………..8
Программное обеспечение современных информационно-коммуникационных технологий по видам занятий………………….…..8
Контрольные вопросы для самоподготовки……………………………..8
Образец теста………………………………………………………………8
Критерии оценки знаний, умений и навыков……………………………24
Материально-техническое обеспечение дисциплины………….………24
Учебно-лабораторное оборудование…………………………………….24
Технические и электронные средства обучения и контроля знаний студентов…………………………………………………………………..24


 
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Цели и задачи освоения дисциплины

 

Настоящая программа направлена на формирование у обучающихся коммуникативных умений на английском языке, позволяющих им осуществлять общение на среднем уровне.

Цель - изучение английской грамматики, развитие разговорных навыков, чтения, письменных навыков и восприятия речи на слух.

 Задачи дисциплины:

-получение знаний о грамматике, лексике и синтаксисе английского языка;

-усвоение информации страноведческого характера;

- развитие коммуникативных умений

В результате изучения дисциплины студент должен

иметь представление:

- об информационных официальных и неофициальных письмах;

- об использовании различных стилей в написании писем, историй;

уметь:

узнавать чужое мнение, отношение и эмоции и высказывать свои;

выражать непонимание ситуации и просить о разъяснении;

высказывать свои идеи в простой форме;

изъясняться с чётким и понятным для окружающих произношением;

выразить эмоции и чувства при помощи ударения и интонации;

правильно сочетать слова в предложении в разговорном и письменном английском языке;

иметь навыки:

понимать основные идеи в упражнениях на аудирование на занятии;

понимать основные моменты и общий смысл из контекста и распознавать содержание;

узнавать и различать произношение человека, для которого английский язык не родной, и иностранца, для которого английский язык родной от природы;

совершенствовать способность понимать и отличать неофициальную и официальную письменную и устную речь в различных ситуациях.

 Место дисциплины в программе обучения

Дисциплина является четвертой в программе обучения «Общий английский язык» и предназначена для обучающихся, владеющим английским языком, закончившие уровень Pre-Intermediate. По окончании этого уровня студентам рекомендуется продолжить обучение на следующем уровне Upper-Intermediate.

3.Организационно-методические данные дисциплины

 

Вид работы

 

Всего за курс

Общая трудоемкость
288
Аудиторная работа
144
Практические занятия (ПЗ)
144
Самостоятельная работа
144
Самоподготовка (проработка и повторение изученного материала, выполнение заданий, предоставляемых в рабочей тетради, просмотр видео материалов, подготовка к итоговому тестированию и т.д.) (СР)
144
Другие виды работы

 

Вид итогового контроля

Тестирование (промежуточное и итоговое)

4. Содержание и структура дисциплины  

 

4.1 Разделы дисциплины, их содержание и виды занятий

№ раздела

Наименование разделов

Количество часов

Вне ауд. работа СР

Всего

Аудиторная работа

Л
ПЗ
ЛР

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

1

Отношения

36


18

 

18

 

Числа и даты
Составление диалогов
Отношения
Семья и описание людей
Встречи
Грамматика:
Present Perfect\past simple
Reflexive pronounce.

 

 

 


 

2

Здоровье

36


18

 

    18

 

Распорядок дня
Тело и здоровье
Еда и диета
Грамматика:
Present Simple\Continuous
Gerund\ to +infinitives

 

 

 


 

3

Образование

32


16

 

16

 

Система образования
Школа
Детство
Грамматика:
Used to
Make\let +infinitives
Определенный артикль the

 

 

 


 

4

Будущее

36


18

 

18

 

Работа
Предсказание будущего
Деньги
Магазины и покупки
Грамматика:
Формы будущего времени
Модальные глаголы
Первый тип условных предложений
Второй тип условных предложений

 

 

 


 

5

Дорога

32


16

 

16

 

Средства передвижения
Машины и вождение
Путешествия
Грамматика:
Модальные глаголы
Past Perfect
Defining and non-defining relative clauses

 

 

 


 

6

Развлечения

36


18


    18

 

Кино
Спорт
Поп музыка
Грамматика:
Пассивный залог
Нарративные времена

 

 

 

 

 

7

Путешествия

36

 

18

 

18

 

Описание туристического города
Путешествие
Магазины и рестораны
Грамматика:
Косвенная речь
Модальные глаголы

 

 

 

 

 

8

Повторение

32


16


16

 

Корабли и катастрофы
Повторение пройденных тем
Грамматика:
Третий тип условного предложения
Повторение грамматического материала





9

Тесты

12


6


6

Итого


288

 

144

 

144

 

5. Тематический план изучения дисциплины

5.1. Тематическое планирование осуществляется в соответствии с книгой для учителя.

5.2  Самостоятельное изучение разделов дисциплины – нет

5.3 Самостоятельная работа студентов осуществляется в соответствии с тематическим планом и заданиями, представленным в рабочей тетради.

 

6. Образовательные технологии

 

В ходе изучения дисциплины используются следующие образовательные технологии:

Занятие-визуализация. Учебная дискуссия. Проблемная технология. Групповая работа. Технология коллективного взаимодействия. Технологии анализа ситуаций для активного обучения. Мозговой штурм. 

 

6.1 Интерактивные образовательные технологии, используемые в аудиторных занятиях

Вид занятия
(ПР)
Используемые интерактивные образовательные технологии
Количество
часов
ПР
Проблемное обучение
Занятие-визуализация

Учебная дискуссия.

Групповая работа.

Технология коллективного взаимодействия. 

Технологии анализа ситуаций для активного обучения.

Мозговой штурм. 

20
10
10
40
20
20
18
Итого

        138

 

 

  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

7. Учебно-методическое обеспечение дисциплины

 

7.1 Рекомендуемая литература

 

7.1. 1 Основная литература

-        C.Oxenden, C.Latham-Koenig, New English File Intermediate, Student’s Book, Oxford University Press, 2014

-        C.Oxenden, C.Latham-Koenig, New English File Intermediate, Workbook, Oxford University Press, 2014

- C.Oxenden, C.Latham-Koenig, New English File Intermediate, Teacher’s Book, Oxford University Press, 2014

7.1.2 Дополнительная литература

-        M.Vince, Intermediate Language Practice, Macmillan Education

-        Nancy Douglas; Paul MacIntyre; Becky Tarver Chase; Kristin L. Johannsen; Bruce Rogers .Reading Explorer 3,4,2012, National Geographic Learning

-       V.Evans, Round Up 3,4. Pearson ELT

 

7.1.3 Периодическая литература

 

Сайты с ресурсами для подготовки занятий 

 

www.gamestolearnenglish.com/

www.onestopenglish.com/

 https://elt.oup.com/.../englishfile/beginner/

www.pearsonlongman.com/

 

7.2 Средства обеспечения освоения дисциплины. 

Видеоматериалы.

New English File Intermediate Video

 

7.2.1 Методические указания и материалы по видам занятий –  нет

 

Программное обеспечение современных информационно-коммуникационных технологий по видам занятий – нет

 

 Контрольные вопросы для самоподготовки: нет

 

Образец теста

 

 

 

Образец промежуточного теста

GRAMMAR

1   Complete the second sentence with two words so that it means the same as the first sentence. Contracted forms, e.g. isn’t, count as one word.

Example: I’m not sure who it is. Perhaps it’s his wife.

I’m not sure who it is. It might be his wife.

1   We have booked the church for our wedding in August.

     We’re _______ _______ in July.

2   This magazine isn’t as interesting as the last one.

     This magazine is less _______ _______ the last one.

3   Have you got time to finish the work before Wednesday?

     Will you be _______ _______ finish the work before Wednesday?

4   John won’t come out with us tonight. Perhaps he doesn’t have any money.

     John won’t come out with us tonight. I suppose he _______ _______ have any money.

5   We met years ago.

     We _______ _______ each other for years.

6   It’s a good idea to warm up before doing exercise.

     You _______ _______ up before doing exercise.

7   Going to the theatre is more expensive than going to the cinema.

       Going to the cinema isn’t _______ _______ as going to the theatre.

8   When you drive it is the law to wear your seat belt.

     You _______ _______ wear a seat belt when you drive.

9   It’s really cold today; you should wear a scarf.

     It’s really cold today; you _______ _______ wear a scarf.

10   He has already asked her to marry him! He must love her.

       He has already asked her to marry him! It _______ _______ love.


10

2   Complete the sentences. Use the correct form of the verb in brackets.

Example: How many cups of tea do you have (have) every day?

1   _______ we _______ (try) the new Japanese restaurant in town?

2   I _______ (not pay) yet at work. Can you lend me some money?

3   Jim says you _______ (look for) me 10 minutes ago. I was in a meeting.

4   Luckily I _______ (drive) quite slowly when a cat ran in front of my car.

5   _______ you ever _______ (drive) a sports car?

6   Don’t get a taxi. I _______ (pick you up) after the class.

7   _______ you _______ (see) the new film next week?

8   I _______ (finish) lunch and was having coffee when Tom arrived with an enormous cake.

9   We _______ (stay) with my parents at the moment while we look for a flat.

10   He _______ (play) on his computer since four o’clock.

11   Sorry I’m late. _______ you _______ (wait) long?

12   I _______ (go) to the doctor’s at 4.30. I’ll see you at 5.00.

13   What _______ you _______ (give) James for his birthday last week?

14   _______ you _______ (finish) that book already? That was quick!

15   Paul _______ (have) a shower at the moment. I’ll tell him you called.


15

3   Underline the correct word(s).

Example: She wants / is wanting to be alone at the moment.

1   She doesn’t need / isn’t needing to do any work this evening.

2   He’s been working with us for / since 2004.

3   You don’t have to / mustn’t pay for museums in the UK as they are free.

4   What time do you go / are you going out tonight?

5   The exam was easier than / as I thought.

6   Do you like / Are you liking going abroad on holiday?

7   I drove my in-laws to the theatre last night so I must / had to clean my car.

8   Have you been having / had that computer for a long time?

9   It was a great holiday. But it wasn’t as / than hot there as it was last year.

10   She writes more / most carefully than her brother does.

11   My mother drives more slowly / slowlier than I do.

12   She can’t / mustn’t be at home. Her car isn’t there.

13   I’ve been knowing / known him for ten years.

14   You shouldn’t / don’t have to eat so much sugar. It isn’t good for you.

15   I’m afraid you can’t / shouldn’t speak to Mrs Sims at the moment. She’s busy.


15

Grammar total


40

 

VOCABULARY

4   Underline the odd word out.

Example: glass   napkin   knife   eggs

1   frozen   boiled   roast   fried

2   raw   prawns   spicy   fresh

3   beard   ponytail   height   moustache

4   court   track   pool   referee

5   helmet   van   lorry   motorbike

6   sociable   charming   sensible   selfish

7   win   play   lose   draw

8   uncle   nephew   niece   brother

9   text   ring tone   voice mail   manners

10   knife   glass   spoon   fork


10

5   Complete the sentences with the correct word(s).

Example: I owe my dad £100.

borrow   owe   invest

1   I’m sorry, I’m busy now. Can I _______ you back later?

     leave   dial   call

2   When I decided to leave my job and travel, my parents thought I was _______.

     mad   ambitious   moody

3   I told my friend what to do and she did the opposite; I was _______.

filthy   tiny   furious

4   This new company pays me a better _______.

     mortgage   salary   tax

5   They got lost and turned _______ at our house an hour late.

     up   down   on

6   The _______ played very badly on Sunday.

     fans   referee   team

7   He’s a lovely child. He’s so _______.

     affectionate   moody   aggressive

8   Did she apply _______ that job?

     of   to   for

9   They _______ me £10 to park my car at the railway station.

     cost   saved   charged

10   My favourite _______ is chocolate cake and cream.

       starter   main course   dessert


10

6   Underline the correct word.

Example: The journey took so long; I was really tired / tiring the next day.

1   I have left my mobile phone at home again! It’s so frustrated / frustrating.

2   I find the weather in the winter very depressed / depressing.

3   Have you ever been really disappointed / disappointing by a test result?

4   I am very excited / exciting about my trip to China.

5   Have you ever fallen asleep in front of TV because the film was bored / boring?


5

7   Write the opposite of the adjective.

Example: lazy   hard-working

1   tidy             _______

2   freezing      _______

3   responsible  _______

4   honest         _______

5   tiny             _______


5

8   Complete the words in the sentences.

Example: He’s very clever. He always knows the answers!

1   My new school has a great new football p_______.

2   What’s the speed l_______ on this road?

3   I’m so tired. The f_______ back from the USA was ten hours.

4   Our plane is departing from g_______ 15.

5   I’m sure her hair used to be straight. Now it’s w_______.

6   The age g_______ between my brother and me is six years.

7   I don’t want to cook tonight. Shall we get a t_______?

8   When his grandfather died Tim i_______ his house.

9   You must go to that new restaurant. The food is d_______.

10   I think Anna is on the phone because the line’s e_______.


10

Vocabulary total


40

 

Pronunciation

9   Underline the stressed syllable.

Examplecompetitive

1   afford

2   mortgage

3   ambitious

4   pedestrian

5   independent

6   circuit

7   strawberries

8   motorbike

9   responsible

10   referee


10

10 Match the words with the same sound.

charming   inherit   journey   height   injured   selfish   organized   paid   team   sociable   owe

Example: loan   owe

1   waste          ________

2   jealous        ________

3   coach          ________

4   dessert        ________

5   moustache  ________

6   pretty          ________

7   cycle           ________

8   medium      ________

9   sausages      ________

10   check-in      ________


10

Pronunciation total


20

Grammar, Vocabulary, and Pronunciation total


100


READING

1   Read the article and tick (ü) A, B, or C.

Keep it in the family

Wouldn’t it be good to make your own money? Or would it? Well, a family in East London did just that and found out that they had to pay a high price for it! It sounds like a dream – printing millions of £20 and €50 notes. No need to ever go to a bank again! Unfortunately, for this particular family the dream has ended in prison sentences for all of them.

This illegal operation was the biggest that the police have ever seen in the UK. Over 14 million pounds’ worth of fake bank notes have been recovered and they think that this ‘family business’ was producing over 66% of all fake bank notes in the UK. There could be many, many more. Only the family know how many notes are still out there and they’re not going to tell anyone. It was a very large, complicated, and successful business!

The public have become interested in this story because of the family aspect. Four generations of the same family were part of the operation. The ages ranged from 23 to 85 and included grandchildren, parents, grandparents and even a great-grandmother! The great-grandmother, who was 85, lived in special accommodation for older people and the police found £22,000 of notes in a plastic bag on top of her kitchen cupboard, ready to be distributed!

This forgery business was very well organized. It was run like a real business and each person had his / her place. They used very high-tech equipment to print and cut the fake notes and they had 20 different sites to keep the money, such as the great-grandmother’s kitchen. The police watched the operation secretly for over four months before they arrested the gang.

At the trial the judge told the public that they shouldn’t feel sorry for people like this. They are organized criminals and they are stealing from everyone and hurting the economy. However, a lot of people have a secret admiration for the family. Is this a worrying fact or is it human nature? I wonder.

Example: The family had international connections.

A  True      B  False      C  Doesn’t say  ü

1   The writer thinks everyone would like to print their own money.

     A  True      B  False      C  Doesn’t say 

2   The business printed notes in different currencies.

     A  True      B  False      C  Doesn’t say 

3   The family stole millions from a bank.

     A  True      B  False      C  Doesn’t say 

4   The police have never seen such a big operation before.

     A  True      B  False      C  Doesn’t say 

5   They are not sure how many of the fake notes are still being used.

     A  True      B  False      C  Doesn’t say 

6   The great-grandmother is in her late eighties.

     A  True      B  False      C  Doesn’t say 

7   The family made their own equipment.

     A  True      B  False      C  Doesn’t say 

8   They hid the money in many different places.

     A  True      B  False      C  Doesn’t say 

9   They knew the police were watching them.

     A  True      B  False      C  Doesn’t say 

10   The writer admires the family.

       A  True      B  False      C  Doesn’t say 


10

2   Match five of the highlighted words / phrases to the definitions.

Example: against the law   illegal

1   something that seems to be real but is not   _______

2   varied between two amounts, including all those between them   _______

3   organized              _______

4   an organized group of criminals   _______

5   the crime of illegally copying something   _______


5

Reading total


15

WRITING

Answer one of the questions and write 75–100 words.

1   Describe an exciting family party you have been to.

2   What advice would you give to someone moving to your country?

3   What do you like or dislike about public transport?

Writing total


10

Reading and Writing total


25


LISTENING

1   Listen to Emily. Tick (ü) A or B.

1   Emily has been to Mexico.

     A  True      B  False 

2   Emily’s parents have only been abroad once.

     A  True      B  False 

3   Emily found out about planes and pollution in a newspaper.

     A  True      B  False 

4   In the opinion of the reporter, there are too many planes.

     A  True      B  False 

5   Emily thinks that the number of people flying will go up in the future.

     A  True      B  False 


5

2   Listen to five conversations. Tick (ü) A, B, or C.

1   On weekdays, Jack _____.

     A  eats well      B  eats takeaway food      C  cooks his own food 

2   When you first meet him, Harry is _____.

     A  talkative      B  shy      C  confident 

3   Jenny first arrived in Barcelona _____.

     A  two years ago      B  three years ago      C  four years ago 

4   Rose wants Tony to wear _____.

     A  a white tie      B  a blue tie      C  a colourful tie 

5   Sophie started singing _____.

     A  when she was twenty-one      B  eight months ago      
C  when she moved to York 


5

Listening total


10

SPEAKING

1   Answer your partner’s questions.

Now make questions and ask your partner.

1   What / perfect meal / for you?

2   ever eat anything / unhealthy?

3   you similar / father or mother?

4   How long / journey here today?

5   What sport / enjoy / watch?

6   What / longest journey / ever / go on?

7   What sport / want to learn? Why?

8   How often / change hairstyle or colour?

9   often / use / mobile phone in public?

10   people / healthier lives / today? Why (not)?

2   Listen to your partner. Do you agree with him / her?

3   Talk about one of the statements below, saying if you agree or disagree. Give reasons.

1   ‘Children should only be allowed to eat healthy food at school.’

2   ‘All city centres should be for pedestrians only.’

3   ‘Nobody can enjoy doing a job that is badly paid.’

Speaking total


15

Listening and Speaking total


25

Образец итогового теста

 

GRAMMAR

1   Complete the sentences. Use the correct form of the verb in brackets.

Example: Are you going (go) on holiday this year?

1   ‘Where’s Lynne?’ ‘She ________ (go) to Cuba. She’ll be back next week.’

2   Mike ________ (work) in his study. Shall I call him for you?

3   If I had the chance to live abroad, I ________ (go).

4   I’m sorry. I think I _______ (break) your camera when I dropped it!

5   I would have said ‘hello’ if I ________ (see) you!

6   I ________ (have) lunch every day with Clare in the canteen – I really enjoy talking to her.

7   ‘Didn’t you hear the phone ring?’ ‘No, sorry. I ________ (listen) to music.’

8   She told me she ________ (want) to meet me the next day.

9   Between 1984 and 1986 Patricia Cornwell ________ (write) three novels.

10   I ________ (eat) less chocolate at the moment because I am on a diet.

11   We can’t go to that restaurant again! I ________ (go) there twice last week.

12   You will get your results in a month – a letter ________ (send) to your house.

13   He ________ (work) at the company for years, and he still loves it.

14   When I got home, I saw that somebody ________ (break) one of my windows.

15   I’ll wait until she ________ (get) here and then we’ll come over together.


15

2   Complete the sentences.

Example: That’s the house where my father was born.

1   How much money did you take ________ of the cash machine?

2   You’re Joel’s cousin, ________ you?

3   I wouldn’t have missed his party if I ________ (not / have) a bad headache.

4   We can’t have dinner ________ all the guests are here.

5   The police ________ me whether I had witnessed the crime.

6   If I ________ you, I’d make a complaint to the manager.

7   Do you know where the nearest taxi rank ________?

8   Will you be ________ to look after the children next Thursday evening?

9   Are you responsible ________ the sales figures?

10   Can you tell me ________ the main entrance is, please?

11   My brother and I want to set ________ our own online business.


11

3   Underline the correct word(s).

Example: There’s no / not enough time to get the project finished today.

1   You wouldn’t / won’t get the job if you don’t apply for it!

2   You mustn’t / shouldn’t ride without your helmet. It is illegal.

3   Please talk more quieter / quietly. You might wake up the baby.

4   She’s the woman who’s / whose brother won the national lottery.

5   I think banning / ban cars from the city centre is a good idea.

6   The boss said / told me not to tell anyone about the promotion.

7   Very few / little people turned up at the meeting last week.

8   I’ll see you the next / next Friday.

9   There aren’t any / no big parks in this town.

10   I’m so tired. I won’t be able to drive unless / if I have a break and some coffee.

11   I usually / used to watch TV in the evenings, but now I go to the sports centre.

12   Will / Shall you tell me if you hear any news?

13   If you went to visit her, she’ll / she’d be so happy.

14   I must / might work harder if I want to get a better job.


14

Grammar total


40

VOCABULARY

4   Underline the odd one out.

Example: composer   teacher   employee   violinist

1   retire   get sacked   apply for a job   resign

2   extras   thriller   horror film   comedy

3   fork   menu   knife   spoon

4   straight   curly   beard   wavy

5   take off   travel   check in   trip


5

5   Write the noun.

Example: organize   organization

1   mad       ________

2   possible ________

3   similar    ________

4   survive   ________

5   react       ________

6   move     ________


6

6   Complete the sentences with the correct preposition.

Example: What are you going to do next weekend?

1   I could understand the film because it was dubbed ________ German.

2   I spent €1,600 ________ a holiday to Japan.

3   I’m thinking ________ applying for a job with Microsoft.

4   She’s been ________ charge of the accounts department for two years.

5   I’m so tired. I am really looking forward ________ my holiday next week.

6   Excuse me, may I try these trousers ________?

7   Let me pay ________ the cake – you bought the coffees!


7

7   Complete the sentences with the correct word.

Example: I inherited a lot of money a few years ago from my grandfather.

inherited   earned   invested

1   I think ________ should be banned from children’s TV because they make them want material things.

     channels   adverts   presenters

2   The teachers give us extra homework when some students ________ badly.

     cheat   behave   revise

3   I’m ________ my third year of university, studying chemistry.

     in   at   through

4   My sister’s a ________. She’s having an exhibition in London next month.

     guitarist   conductor   sculptor

5   Antonia’s so ________. She’s always trying to get people to do what she wants.

     extrovert   mean   manipulative

6   We often have dinner outside on our ________ .

     terrace   roof   path

7   Go away and don’t come ________!

     back   here   away

8   It’s easy to buy things on ________. You just pay a little every month.

     credit   online   tax

9   When I was in Greece, I couldn’t understand anything anyone was saying. It was so ________.

     exciting   terrifying   frustrating

10   I’ve finally thrown ________ my old leather jacket.

       in   away   up

11   You’re not allowed to drive in a ________ area.

       residential   pedestrian   suburb

12   Could you give me a 20% ________ on this bag? It has a dirty mark on it.

       refund   bargain   discount

13   I haven’t eaten anything for hours. I’m ________!

       starving   furious   freezing

14   She’s so ________. Her feelings are easily hurt.

       reliable   honest   sensitive


14

8   Complete the sentences with one word.

Example: My sister and I get on well with each other.

1   When I got ________ playing football, the doctor said I couldn’t play again for four weeks.

2   The film The Beach is ________ on the novel by Alex Garland.

3   Jeff ________ yoga for an hour every day– it helps him to relax.

4   I tried to phone Mike, but the line’s engaged. I’ll call him ________ later.

5   It was lovely seeing you again after so long. Let’s ________ in touch.

6   Shall we meet ________ lunch on Tuesday? There’s a new Italian restaurant in the High Street.

7   Tickets for U2 concerts always sell ________ really quickly.

8   It was great to see you. I hope we bump ________ each other again!


8

Vocabulary total


40

 

Pronunciation

9   Match the words with the same sound.

channel   underground   advert   serve   generous   audience   murder   picture   organization   journey   butcher   lunch   university   watch

Example: chess   channel   butcher

bird   murder   serve

horse   1   ________        2   ________

chess   3   ________        4   ________

bird      5   ________        6   ________

jazz     7   ________        8   ________

up        9   ________      10  ________


10

10 Underline the stressed syllable.

Example: composer

1   refund (n)

2   captain

3   grandparents

4   education

5   invest

6   sausages

7   manipulative

8   appearance

9   luggage

10   village


10

Pronunciation total


20

Grammar, Vocabulary, and Pronunciation total


100


READING

     Read the article and tick (ü) A, B, or C.

We all know that men and women have their differences. But do they really think differently? Some people might argue that they don’t, but I disagree. In my opinion, men and women still behave in the same way that they were designed to centuries ago. We have different interests, different ways of speaking, of showing how we feel, and of coping with stressful situations.

In today’s society, where the sexes are considered to be equal, we sometimes forget how different we are. This can have a negative effect on our relationships. We often become angry or frustrated with the opposite sex because we expect them to behave and communicate like we do.

So why does a man behave as he does? There is evidence to suggest that men were programmed with the instinct to hunt silently for animals. They had to be able to focus their attention on one thing. This might explain why it’s so difficult to have a conversation with a man when he’s watching TV! And also why he’s so good at reading maps and giving directions.

Why does a woman act the way she does? Women are usually very good at multi-tasking (doing more than one job at once), but often find it harder than men to concentrate fully on one thing. In the past, women would have worked in groups, which required a lot of communication, so they’re generally more talkative and sensitive to other people’s feelings. A woman can return from a party knowing everything about everyone, but a man will probably have discussed less personal topics like football.

Research has shown that men and women use different parts of their brains for language. Women usually score higher in writing tests. Men are seven times more likely to score in the top 5% in scientific exams. They’re often talented at problem-solving and making quick decisions, whilst women are good at organization, comforting, and giving advice.

Of course, women still do dangerous sports, and men can multi-task without any problem after a strong cup of coffee! I’m not saying that women and men are not equal; it’s just that there are some natural differences – and that’s fantastic! We should appreciate and accept them as being what makes us special.

Example: The writer says that everyone has noticed that men and women are different.

A  True  ü     B  False      C  Doesn’t say 

1   The writer thinks men and women have changed the way they behave over centuries.

     A  True      B  False      C  Doesn’t say 

2   Modern society has made the sexes more equal.

     A  True      B  False      C  Doesn’t say 

3   Relationships can become tense because men and women don’t understand each other.

     A  True      B  False      C  Doesn’t say 

4   Men were originally designed to go out and hunt for food.

     A  True      B  False      C  Doesn’t say 

5   Men are naturally able to concentrate on one problem at a time.

     A  True      B  False      C  Doesn’t say 

6   Women understand other people’s emotions more easily than men.

     A  True      B  False      C  Doesn’t say 

7   Men’s brains are generally larger than women’s.

     A  True      B  False      C  Doesn’t say 

8   Women are usually good at learning languages.

     A  True      B  False      C  Doesn’t say 

9   Research shows that men aren’t better at scientific subjects than women.

     A  True      B  False      C  Doesn’t say 

10   The writer thinks that men and women shouldn’t be equal.

       A  True      B  False      C  Doesn’t say 

Reading total


10

WRITING

Write about a person you admire. They can be a family member, friend or famous personality. Include the following: (140–180 words)

who they are

your relationship to them; how you met / know them

their personality

their appearance

why you admire them

Writing total


10

Reading and Writing total


20


LISTENING

1   Listen to the radio programme. Tick (ü) A, B or C.

Example: What’s the name of the radio programme?

A  Moving Now.      B  Movie Review.  ü     C  This week’s movies. 

1   What role does Jack White play in Amazing Weekend?

     A  An astronaut.      B  An artist.      C  A tennis star. 

2   What sort of film is Space Idiots?

     A  A sci-fi thriller.      B  An action film.      C  A romantic comedy. 

3   Where do the two main characters in Amazing Weekend fall in love?

     A  At a party.      B  In a park.      C  On a beach. 

4   What’s the name of the actress who stars in Amazing Weekend?

     A  Kay Robson.      B  Amanda Robbins.      C  Jolene Parton. 

5   Where is the film set?

     A  The USA.      B  Canada.      C  Britain. 


5

2   Listen to five conversations. Tick (ü) A, B, or C.

1   While he was playing sport, Colin injured _____.

     A  his foot      B  his knee      C  his hand 

2   Jo loves reading _____.

     A  The Star      B  The Sunday News      C  Music World 

3   Jenny has _____.

     A  short, brown hair      B  long, brown hair      C  long, fair hair 

4   If she takes the job, Sophie will _____.

     A  move house      B  see Tom less often      C  not buy any clothes 

5   Jane started going to Spanish classes _____.

     A  at university      B  on holiday      C  in Mexico 


5

Listening total


10

SPEAKING

1   Make questions and ask your partner.

1   What / position in family? How / affect personality?

2   Which / more important – earn / big salary or enjoy / job? Why?

3   have / special talents or skills? What / be?

4   If / change anything about town, what / be? Why?

5   describe / interesting programme / see on TV recently?

Now answer your partner’s questions.

2   Talk about one of the statements below, saying if you agree or disagree. Give reasons.

‘People over 65 should take their driving test again.’

‘In the future we will spend less time with our families and more time with our friends.’

‘Cheating in sport is very common nowadays.’

3   Listen to your partner. Do you agree with him / her?

Speaking total


20

Listening and Speaking total


30

7.2.5 Критерии оценки знаний, умений и навыков

Итоговой формой контроля знаний, умений и навыков по дисциплине является зачет. Зачет проводится по стандартным тестам, которые включают семь разделов: грамматика, лексика, произношение, чтение, аудирование, говорение, письмо и содержат 150 вопросов. Оценка знаний студентов производится по следующим критериям:

- оценка «зачтено» выставляется студенту, если он усвоил программный материал курса, знает основные понятия дисциплины; отвечает на вопросы теста, иллюстрируя свой ответ примерами из текстов, аудиоматериалов и собственного опыта, при наличие не менее 75% правильных ответов.   

- оценка «не зачтено» выставляется студенту, если он не знает значительной части программного материала, не отвечает на вопросы теста и на вопросы преподавателя, не может привести примеров по данным вопросам, дает менее 75% правильных ответов на вопросы теста.

8.Материально – техническое обеспечение дисциплины

 

8.1 Учебно-лабораторное оборудование

методический ресурсный центр.

 

8.2 Технические и электронные средства обучения и контроля знаний студентов

 1. Аудиоаппаратура;

 2. Видеоаппаратура;

 3. Медиапроектор.

 

 

 

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