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Рабочая программа дисциплины «Общий английский язык, четвертый уровень (upper-intermediate)/ сост. к.п.н.,  Е.Ю. Тучкова – Оренбург:  2016 - 23с.

Рабочая программа предназначена для преподавания дисциплины Общий английский язык, четвертый уровень (upper-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……………………………23
Материально-техническое обеспечение дисциплины………….………23
Учебно-лабораторное оборудование…………………………………….23
Технические и электронные средства обучения и контроля знаний студентов…………………………………………………………………..23

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Цели и задачи освоения дисциплины

 

Настоящая программа направлена на формирование у обучающихся коммуникативных умений на английском языке, позволяющих им осуществлять общение на высоком 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 использовании официального и неофициального языка в различных ситуациях;

- об использовании различных стилей в написании писем, историй;

уметь:

фиксировать и предоставлять информацию при различных обстоятельствах;

дискутировать с двумя людьми или более и уметь поддержать беседу;

улавливать собственные недочёты и ошибки в произношении;

говорить с небольшим количеством грамматических и лексических ошибок и уметь их исправить во время беседы (с пояснением);

иметь навыки:

с первого раза понимать основные идеи текста;

понимать на слух отношения и эмоции, выражаемые в тексте;

улавливать различные региональные акценты;

воспринимать и вести телефонный разговор;

читать газеты и журналы и понимать основные ключевые моменты;

различать стили: разговорный, официальный, уличный и т.д.;

делать выводы из прочитанного;

2. Место дисциплины в программе обучения

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

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

 

5

Л

7

1

Стереотипы

40


20

 

20

 

Имена
Национальности
Музыка и СМИ
Юмор
Грамматика:
Фразовые глаголы
Образование вопросов
Наречия: типы, образование, значения

 

 

 


 

2

Здоровье

38


19

 

    19

 

Здоровье и медицина
Время
Наука и компьютерные технологии
Пагубные привычки
Грамматика:
Условные предложения
Формы будущего времени

 

 

 


 

3

История

40


20

 

20

 

Исторические анекдоты
История
Политика
Грамматика:
Нарративные времена
Третий тип условного предложения
Past Perfect Continuous

 

 

 


 

4

Мода

38


19

 

19

 

Мода
Дома
Мужчины и женщины
Грамматика:
Wish
Существительные: счетность, множественное число существительных
Повторение: предлоги места

 

 

 


 

5

Животные

40


20

 

20

 

Животные и разговор
Образование слов
Телепатия
Грамматика:
Повторение: present perfect simple\continuous
Квантификаторы: both, either, neither, every и т.д.
Relative clauses

 

 

 


 

6

Преступления

38


19


    19

 

Преступления и преступники
Правда и ложь
Бизнес
Грамматика:
Герундий и инфинитив
Косвенная речь

 

 

 

 

 

7

Стиль жизни

38

 

19

 

19

 

Бизнес
Факты и мнения
Стиль жизни
Британский и Американский день рождения
Шекспир
As\like
Verbs of sensation
Пассивный залог





8

Тесты

16


8


8

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

         148

 

 

  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

7. Учебно-методическое обеспечение дисциплины

 

7.1 Рекомендуемая литература

7.1. 1 Основная литература

 

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

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

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

7.1.2 Дополнительная литература

-        M.Vince, Upper-Intermediate Language Practice, Macmillan Education

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

-       V.Evans, Round Up 4,5. 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 Upper-Intermediate Video

 

Методические указания и материалы по видам занятий –  нет

 

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

 

7.2.3 Контрольные вопросы для самоподготовки: нет

7.2.4. Образец теста

 

Образец промежуточного теста

GRAMMAR

1   Order the words to make questions and sentences.

Example: you / the / enjoy / didn’t / meal / ?

Didn’t you enjoy the meal?

1   year / holiday / go / last / you / did / on / ?

2   film / a / isn’t / this / fantastic / ?

3   instrument / play / can / a / you / musical / ?

4   what / about / you / are / thinking / ?

5   class / many / how / your / students / in / are / ?

6   where / could / tell / you / me / cinema / the / is / ?

7   speak / you / better / practise / , / more / the / you / will / the / .

8   more / uncomfortable / hotter / it / , / the / the / I / is / feel / .


8

2   Complete the sentences with one word.

Example: Your sister speaks Spanish, doesn’t she?

1   You’ve been to France, ________ you?

2   A  Will you be at the party?

     B  No, I ________. I wasn’t invited.

3   I eat meat, but my sister ________.

4   A  Billy doesn’t like me any more.

     B  He ________ like you! He told me yesterday.

5   A  I’d love to be famous.

     B  ________ you? I’d hate it.

6   A  I’m going to the cinema tonight.

     B  So ________ I.


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3   Complete the sentences with the present perfect simple or continuous form of the verbs in brackets.

Example: Have you ever had (you / ever / have) an operation?

1   How long ________ (you / learn) English?

2   I’m tired because I ________ (paint) the house all day.

3   I ________ (just / see) Tess in the library.

4   Sam ________ (not talk) to me recently. I don’t know why.

5   Sorry, I can’t come out. I ________ (not do) my homework yet.

6   How long ________ (your brother / have) his car?


6

Grammar total


20

VOCABULARY

4   Complete the words in the sentences.

Example: Sally doesn’t like sharing her friends. She’s very possessive.

1   Josh is really s________. He never changes his opinion, even when he’s wrong.

2   Liz is very i________. She often acts without thinking.

3   Some people say I’m r________ because I don’t like showing my feelings.

4   Harry wants a good job and lots of money. He’s very a________.

5   Ben’s a c________ person. He always in a good mood.

6   My brother is so i________. He behaves like a child all the time!

7   I like people who are o_____-_______. They’re always prepared to accept new ideas.

8   Tim’s i________. He often says things that he doesn’t mean.


8

5   Underline the correct word.

Example: My new boyfriend is definitely Mr Good / Right / Correct. He’s my perfect partner.

1   James isn’t my kind / match / type. He’s too young and he’s very silly.

2   I hate speaking / chatting / talking up girls in bars. I never know what to say.

3   Susie is incredibly calm / vain / wise. She even carries a mirror in her handbag!

4   Don’t give Harry any nuts. He’s allergic to / for / with them.

5   My cousin is a pain in the chest / head / neck. He really annoys me.

6   My sister’s unhappy because she broke out / up / away with her boyfriend last week.


6

6   Underline the odd word out.

Example: bruise   blister   cough   rash

1   wound   X-ray   scan   operation

2   heart attack   stroke   food poisoning   bandage

3   cough   temperature   stitches   rash

4   flu   a cold   injection   asthma

5   painkillers   drugs   medicine   blister

6   bleed   ache   dizzy   faint


6

Vocabulary total


20

PRONUNCIATION

7   Match the words with the same sound.

pressure   allergy   ache   check-up   cough   specialist

Example: jazz   allergy

1   shower   ________, ________

2   key         ________, ________

3   chess      ________,


5

8   Underline the stressed syllable.

Example: cheerful

1   arrogant

2   unconscious

3   antibiotics

4   eccentric

5   operation


5

Pronunciation total


10

Grammar, Vocabulary, and Pronunciation total


50


READING

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

Increasingly, these days, people lead busy professional lives in which they have little time for lunch, let alone time to meet the next possible Mr or Ms Right. The emphasis in our lives is on using time we have left outside of work well, spending ‘quality time’ with our family and friends. So, it’s no surprise that speed dating has become so popular. An activity in which busy men and women go to an organized event, have three-minute chats with more eligible members of the opposite sex than they would normally meet in a year, and then decide who might or might not be a potential partner, is a great example of perfect time management.

Speed dating is a relatively new phenomenon. Its first event was staged at Pete’s Café in Beverly Hills California in 1998, and organized by a group of Jewish students who wanted to meet other singles of the same religion. They were sure it was a good idea and expected that large numbers of people would enjoy it, but not immediately. Within a very short time, however, it had spread everywhere, and its popularity was confirmed when a speed dating story line appeared in the hit American comedy series Sex and the City.

It hasn’t taken sociologists very long to take an interest, either. An American study, carried out in 2005, discovered that it took hardly any time at all for men and women to choose who they would like to meet again in the future. Just seconds, in fact. This study would appear to completely undermine the argument of all those romantics who wonder how three minutes can possibly be enough to decide whether somebody might be ‘the one’. It seems that we know instantly. Interestingly, women have a greater instinct for this than men. In a 2006 study, carried out by a Scottish university, over 40 per cent of women, which was twice the percentage figure for men, had made their minds up about the person they were chatting to within thirty seconds.

Other studies have looked into how to increase your chances of success when attending a speed dating event. They have produced some interesting results. For example, what you smell like could be vital. And I’m not talking about remembering to wash before you go. Women are attracted to men with a similar background and interests but a very different scent. There’s no greater turn off than a guy with an identical natural body smell, it would seem. Height, too, seems to be important to attraction, although short men shouldn’t lose all hope. The important thing is to be a few centimetres taller than the woman you’re trying to chat up – being too tall can be just as bad as not being tall enough.

What you talk about can make all the difference, too. You’d think that speaking intelligently about the latest movie or play would impress the girls or the guys, but nothing could be further from the truth. No-one likes someone who’s too clever. According to a recent study, it’s life experiences that attract the opposite sex, so don’t forget to tell them about all those places you’ve been to and things you’ve seen.

Example: People are busier now than in the past.

A  True      B  False      C  Doesn’t say  ü

1   According to the writer we have less time to meet potential partners now.

     A  True      B  False      C  Doesn’t say 

2   Speed dating seems an unusual activity in today’s modern society.

     A  True      B  False      C  Doesn’t say 

3   The first speed dating event aimed to bring together people of completely different backgrounds.

     A  True      B  False      C  Doesn’t say 

4   The people who arranged the first speed dating event thought it would become popular very quickly.

     A  True      B  False      C  Doesn’t say 

5   According to a 2005 study, when people meet for the first time, most only need a few seconds to decide if they like someone or not.

     A  True      B  False      C  Doesn’t say 

6   Women are more interested in speed dating than men.

     A  True      B  False      C  Doesn’t say 

7   Women find men whose body smell is similar to their own more attractive.

     A  True      B  False      C  Doesn’t say 

8   Women don’t mind if a man is shorter than they are.

     A  True      B  False      C  Doesn’t say 

9   The more intelligent you are, the more attractive you are.

     A  True      B  False      C  Doesn’t say 

10   At a speed dating event, it’s probably better to talk about movies you’ve seen rather than the countries you’ve visited.

     A  True      B  False      C  Doesn’t say 

Reading total


10

WRITING

Write an email to a friend describing someone you have got to know recently. Write 140–180 words. Include the following information:

• how you met

• a description of the positive and negative aspects of your new friend’s personality

• what you have in common in terms of personality and interests

Writing total


10

Reading and Writing total


20


LISTENING

1   Listen to Mark and his friend Claire talking about their answers to a personality quiz. According to the quiz, which personal qualities does Mark have? Tick (ü) the five personal qualities mentioned or described.

Mark is ______.

1   imaginative 

2   immature 

3   sincere 

4   unreliable 

5   loyal 

6   stubborn 

7   bad-tempered 

8   sociable 

9   assertive 

10   helpful 

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

1   How long has Jenny been waiting at the doctor’s?

     A  for about an hour      B  for about two hours      C  for about three hours 

2   What is Laura’s older sister like?

     A  hard-working and unkind      B  ambitious and kind      C  kind and stubborn 

3   What does Paul have on his hand?

     A  A burn      B  A bruise      C A rash 

4   What does Sally say about the man she met on a blind date?

     A  She saw him more than once.      B  They got on very well.      
C  She thought he looked attractive. 

5   What has happened to Jeff?

     A  He’s broken something.      B  He has a nosebleed.      C  He’s cut himself. 

Listening total


10

SPEAKING

1   Make questions and ask your partner.

1   How long / learn English?

2   How / relax?

3   How / feeling / today?

4   What / earliest memory?

5   What kind of person / make / a good boss?

Now answer your partner’s questions.

2   Talk about the statement below, saying if you agree or disagree. Give reasons.

‘People are usually attracted to someone with a similar personality to their own.’

3   Listen to your partner talking about speed dating. Do you agree with him / her?

Speaking total


20

Listening and Speaking total


30

Образец итогового теста

 

GRAMMAR

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

Example: I’ve known (know) Nathan since I was child.

1   Take a map with you in case you ________ (get) lost.

2   Where have you been? I ________ (wait) for you for ages!

3   It’s very noisy here at the moment because the flat next door ________ (redecorate).

4   She would have been happier if she ________ (not get married) so young.

5   You shouldn’t ________ (say) that to her yesterday. She’ll never forgive you.

6   My little brother has promised ________ (not talk) in class.

7   I arrived at the cinema half an hour late and the film ________ (start).

8   The man that the police are looking for ________ (say) to be in his 30s.

9   By the end of the year we ________ (save) enough to buy a house.

10   This time tomorrow I ________ (sit) on the plane to Hawaii.

11   When it started raining we ________ (play) for about half an hour.

12   I’ll phone you as soon as I ________ (speak) to Tim.

13   Ouch! I ________ (cut) my finger – have we got any plasters in the house?

14   The thief admitted ________ (steal) the bracelet.

15   I wish I ________ (not tell) the truth when my friend asked me if I liked her boyfriend.


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2   Complete the sentences with one word.

Example: A  I loved the film.   B  So did I.

1   It sounds as ________ the people next door are having a party.

2   Julian didn’t ________ to be very sociable, but now he goes out much more often.

3   We’re ________ the living room painted at the moment.

4   I don’t speak German, but my husband ________.

5   There’s ________ milk. We’ve finished it all.

6   Sam went to France for his holiday last year, ________ he?

7   The man with ________ I used to share an office has just set up his own company.

8   Neither Ben ________ Liz can come to my party.

9   The café, ________ is on the corner of Green Street, sells great coffee.

10   I can’t ________ used to driving this car. It’s really different from my old one.

11   ________ having a lot of work, the lawyer agreed to take on a new client.

12   ________ earlier we leave tomorrow morning, the less traffic there will be.

13   You can’t ________ left your keys at the restaurant. You used them to open the door.

14   It was ________ a windy day that we decided not to go to the beach.

15   I don’t feel well. I’d ________ go to the doctor’s.


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

Example: Who made this cake?

Who made  Who did make  Who make

1   Do you know what time ________?

     the film ends   ends the film   does end the film

2   She has ________.

     dark beautiful long   beautiful long dark   long beautiful dark

3   I watch British and American TV programmes ________ forget my English.

     to not   not to   so as not to

4   ________ the fact that the exam was difficult, everybody passed.

     Although   In spite   Despite

5   Her father is in ________ hospital. He’s having an operation tomorrow.

     the   a   (–)

6   ________ are famous for their cooking.

     French   The French   The French people

7   The climbers have reached the summit of ________ Mount Everest.

     (–)   a   the

8   ________ of us passed the exam. We all failed.

     Neither   None   Some

9   I love ________ in their house.

     some furnitures   the furnitures   the furniture

10   On the weather forecast they said that it’s ________ to snow tomorrow.

     likely   probable   probably


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Grammar total


40

VOCABULARY

4   Complete the words in the sentences.

Example: very angry = furious

1   extremely pleased = d________

2   when you open your mouth very wide because you are tired = y________

3   acting without thinking = i________

4   the opposite of tight (trousers) = l________

5   a person who sees a crime = w________

6   a snow storm with very strong winds = b________

7   you use these to breathe = l________

8   the person who plays the drums = d________

9   a person who writes about the good and bad qualities of a book, film, or play = c________

10   a group of people who sing together = c________

11   a person who works with you in a company = c________

12   another word for luggage = b________

13   A person who speaks two languages is b________.

14   an illness where you usually have a cold and a temperature = f________

15   you put your head on this when you sleep = p________


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5   Complete the sentences with the correct word.

Example: It’s quite chilly today and I’ve heard it’s going to get even colder.

warm   chilly   damp

1   I’ve got a terrible ________ in my shoulder.

     ache   pain   hurt

2   Watch ________! You nearly hit that car.

     up   to   out

3   Their business ________ a huge profit last year.

     did   made   had

4   The man tried to chat ________ a woman who was waiting for a train.

     off   up   over

5   I find it really ________ when people park right outside my house.

     irritate   irritated   irritating

6   I burnt myself when I touched the iron, and now I’ve got a large ________ on my finger.

     bruise   blister   rash

7   That’s a very deep cut. I think you’ll need to have ________.

     stitches   scan   a needle

8   That jumper really ________ you. It makes you look ten years younger.

     fits   matches   suits

9   I was really relieved when I passed my driving test because I had been ________ to fail.

     expecting   hoping   waiting

10   You can’t believe anything you read in that newspaper. It’s very ________.

       objective   accurate   biased

11   The criminal was ________ guilty by the court.

       charged   found   sentenced

12   You look hot! You’re ________.

       sweating   shivering   melting

13   What’s the matter? You look a bit ________ in the dumps today.

       sad   low   down

14   Don’t ________ your voice! I can’t bear it when people shout.

       rise   raise   put up

15   You need to learn the new vocabulary by ________.

       heart   memory   mind


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6   Complete the sentences with one word made from the word in brackets.

Example: I mispronounced the word so nobody understood me. (pronounce)

1   There is still too much _________ in the third world. (poor)

2   He behaves like a child. He’s very ________. (mature)

3   Be careful you don’t fall. The pavement is very ________. (slip)

4   He loved his birthday presents, ________ the new laptop. (special)

5   His first novel was very ________. I’m sure it’ll be a success. (impress)

6   Microsoft is a ________ company. (nation)

7   Isaac Newton was a very famous ________. (science)

8   Chicago is a large ________ city in the USA. (industry)

9   The hotel was great but ________ the weather was terrible. (fortunate)

10   I felt very ________ when I couldn’t remember her name. (embarrass)


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Vocabulary total


40

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