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Обучение чтению: взаимосвязь Учебника и Книги для чтения

Условные обозначения: Т — целый раздел в учебнике, А, В, С — виды текстов на выбор, У — упражнение, FP — For Fun and Profit, LL — Link List.

 

ПРИЛОЖЕНИЕ II

Тексты и рекомендации для контроля умения читать и аудировать

Unit 1

Reading Comprehension

Scoring: Два балла за каждый правильный ответ.
Правильные ответы: 1. А; 2. В; 3. С; 4. С.

Отметка: тройка за 4 балла; четверка за 6 баллов; пятерка за 8 баллов.

Максимальное количество баллов — 8.

Listening Comprehension

Начисление баллов за правильные ответы:

  Score
1. American  
2. firms 1/2
3. Russian/English 1/2
4. English/Russian 1/2
5. hotels 1/2
6. rich/poor  
7. poor/rich  

Максимальное количество баллов — 5.

Отметка: тройка за 2 балла; четверка за 3—4 балла; пятерка за 5 баллов.

Script

You will hear an interview. For questions 1—7 fill in the missing information.

— Andrew, I know, you’ve already been here. Has the city changed?

— Most people see Moscow as a far flung outpost. They imagine a depressed, isolated city with food shortages and above all very, very cold.

The city already is not as I saw it 5 years ago when I first came here for a holiday. The signs of the latest invasion of Moscow are everywhere. Advertisements for Western firms flash down every main street in the centre, now, rightly, in Russian as well as in English. Everywhere new hotels are opening up owned by Western chains. Bars, cafés, and supermarkets, clothes stores, electronics film and hardware stores you can find here now.

— Does the city differ much from your native place?

— Moscow is the same kind of hard city as New York or any other big city of the world. The same striking contrasts between the poor spending nights in the underground and the rich, driving in “Mercedes”, the same problems with criminality.

— Some people think that Americans and Russians are alike. Do you agree?

— I could put it like this: both Americans and Russians are different from the Europeans — we have more free and open natures. Both Americans and Russians are a bit childish — they are naive and believe in flying sauces and other miracles, trust every word in a newspaper.

Now you will hear the piece again. (The piece is repeated.)

This is the end of this part of the test.

Unit 2

Reading Comprehension

Note: Chunnel = Channel + Tunnel

Scoring: Два балла за каждый правильный ответ.

Максимальное количество баллов — 8.

Правильные ответы: 1. С; 2. А; 3. В; 4. С.

Отметка: тройка за 4 балла; четверка за 6 баллов; пятерка за 8 баллов.

В классе с низким уровнем обученности можно предложить в качестве тестового задания упражнение 1) из раздела IV секции For Fun and Profit. Баллы и оценки рассчитываются по количеству правильных ответов.

Listening Comprehension

Начисление баллов за правильные ответы:

  Score
1. True  
2. True  
3. False  
4. True  
5. False  
6. True  
7. False  
8. False  

Максимальное количество баллов — 8.

Отметка: тройка за 4 балла; четверка за 5—6 баллов; пятерка за 7—8 баллов.

Script

You will hear a recorded telephone announcement for tourists visiting Edinburgh, Scotland. For questions 1—8, tick whether the statements are true or false.

Welcome to Edinburgh. We would like to welcome you to spend your day in and around the capital.

Edinburgh Zoo has Scotland’s finest collection of wild animals and is open between 9 a.m. and 6 p.m. 365 days a year. Bring the family and spend the day at the zoo. It’s only 15 minutes from the city centre. Buses to and from the zoo are numbers 12, 26, 31 and 86. There are also car parking meters.

One of the best ways to see this beautiful and historic city is by joining one of the many coach tours organised by Lothian Regional Transport. These tours cover all parts of the city and leave from Waverly Bridge, just off Princes Street, throughout the day. For details, please phone 554 4494.

You will be surprised just how much you can see of it in one day.

If the weather is clear, why not visit the Wellhouse Tower and Camera Obscura at the top of the Royal Mile near Edinburgh Castle? Here, you can look out on fascinated views of Edinburgh and beyond, through this unique optical device installed in 1850. There is also a Scottish gift, book and record shop. The Camera Obscura is open every day between 9.30 a.m. and 5 p.m.

For your entertainment in the theatre this evening, the King’s Theatre in Leven Street presents Peter Morrison and his guests, who introduce the audience to the fine Scottish tradition of popular singing. This show begins at 8 p.m.

To find out more about events or places to visit, please call the Tourist Information Centre at 5, Waverly Bridge, or telephone 226 6591.

We do hope you’ll enjoy your day in the capital. Thank you.

Now you will hear the piece again. (The piece is repeated.)

This is the end of this part of the test.

Unit 3

Reading Comprehension

Scoring: Два балла за каждый правильный ответ.

Максимальное количество баллов — 8.

Правильные ответы: 1. А; 2. С; 3. В; 4. В.

Отметка: тройка за 4 балла; четверка за 6 баллов; пятерка за 8 баллов.

Listening Comprehension

Начисление баллов за правильные ответы:

  Score
1. CD (s)  
2. book (s)  
3. perfume  
4. food  
5. glasses  

Максимальное количество баллов — 5.

Отметка: тройка за 2 балла; четверка за 3—4 балла; пятерка за 5 баллов.

Script

You will hear a conversation about birthday presents. Choose from the following list the items that best match the opinions expressed and write them in the spaces numbered 1 to 5.

Woman: Is it your mother’s birthday next week? It’s on the seventh of August, isn’t it? That’s Monday I think ...

Man: Monday, Monday, yes, yes.

Woman: I’d rather get a present today so we get it in time to put it in the post.

Man: Uh, yes, what d’you think she’d like?

Woman: Oh, I don’t know, we have this problem every year. What about perfume?

Man: Perfume? Um, yes, well, she likes expensive perfume but uh we gave her some, didn’t we give her some for Christmas?

Woman: Oh yes, we did. What about books?

Man: Um, well, she’s a member of a book club so she’s always likely to have um any book you want to give her, I mean she’s, ... the house is full of books ...

Woman: Yes, yes, that’s true, yes. Um, I suppose we could think about a CD.

Man: Yes, that’s possible, but I don’t know, I always feel giving her a CD, she never really plays them very much, I don’t think she listens to music a lot, um, let’s remember that idea. Um, I tell you what she does like, um, nice glasses ...

Woman: What, you mean wine glasses, (yes) brandy glasses that sort of thing ... um, good ones are very expensive, very dear, but I suppose if we could find some at a lower price that’d be a good idea.

Man: Um, what do we call a lower price?

Woman: Oh, I think we’ve got to certainly spend ten pounds, aren’t we? Something like that, or ever a bit more, she’s always very generous to all of us.

Man: Um yes, I think that’s actually a good idea. Anything else, um, something in the food line perhaps?

Woman: Oh no, she’s supposed to be on a diet, so I don’t think that’s a very good idea!

Now you will hear the piece again. (The piece is repeated.)

This is the end of this part of the test.

Unit 4

Reading Comprehension

Scoring: Два балла за каждый правильный ответ.

Максимальное количество баллов — 8.

Правильные ответы: 1. В; 2. А; 3. В; 4. С.

Отметка: тройка за 4 балла; четверка за 6 баллов; пятерка за 8 баллов.

Listening Comprehension

Начисление баллов за правильные ответы:

  Score
1. С  
2. В  
3. С  

Максимальное количество баллов — 3.

Отметка: тройка за 1 балл; четверка за 2 балла; пятерка за 3 балла.

Script

You will hear two people talking about parachuting. For questions 1 to 5 tick one of the boxes (А, В or C) to show the correct answer.

Announcer: These days the most exotic sport and leisure activities appear. Among them such a breath-taking sport which attracts more and more people as free-fall parachuting. Betty Jowitt asked the British Ladies Free-Fall champion, Sally Small, if you don’t have to be just a little crazy to throw yourself out of an aeroplane, for a hobby.

Sally Small: I think you used to have to, but nowadays it’s become a real international sport. It’s as much a part of the sport calendar as things like ski-jumping, and hopefully it will eventually become as popular as cycling.

Betty Jowitt: Does it come to your mind when you’re jumping that you’re taking risk?

Sally Small: Not at all, I think if any of the thousand of parachutists that there are in the world, that do it every weekend, if they really thought they were taking a serious risk — I don’t think any of them would be up in the air.

Betty Jowitt: What got you up in the air?

Sally Small: Uh, I did it because I was a journalist. I was writing an article on things that women could do. I went to a club and just thought it looked fun. I had a go and I was really interested.

Betty Jowitt: Why were you interested?

Sally Small: I think it’s an invitation to compete with your skill, your balance, with everything.

Betty Jowitt: Could you explain about the free-fall, a little?

Sally Small: Free-fall, yes that’s when you, it’s before you open your parachute and after you’ve left the aeroplane. You’re falling through the sky, completely free ... It’s excellent. You reach speeds of about 120 miles an hour and you can really control yourself, you can do turns, move horizontally across the earth, you can really do almost anything an aeroplane can do except go on up!

Announcer: Betty Jowitt talking to the British Free-Fall champion, and now for something ... (FADE).

Now you will hear the piece again. (The piece is repeated.)

This is the end of this part of the test.

Unit 5

Reading Comprehension

Scoring: Два балла за каждый правильный ответ.

Максимальное количество баллов — 8.

Правильные ответы: 1. В; 2. А; 3. С; 4. А.

Отметка: тройка за 4 балла; четверка за 6 баллов; пятерка за 8 баллов.

Listening Comprehension

Начисление баллов за правильные ответы:

  Score
1. Yes  
2. Yes  
3. Yes  
4. No  
5. No  
6. No  

Максимальное количество баллов — 6.

Отметка: тройка за 3 балла; четверка за 4 балла; пятерка за 5—6 баллов.

Script

You will hear an interview with the members of the 2WO THIRD3 band. What is their attitude towards clothes? For questions 1 to 6 tick the boxes to show the correct answer.

Interviewer: I am asking Victor Scerri. Do you think clothes are important?

Victor: I think they’re a very good way of expressing yourself. I’ve always enjoyed dressing up, and being in a band is a good way of getting away with wearing things you couldn’t normally!

Interviewer: Victor, what is your favourite outfit and how much did it cost?

Victor: My favourite outfit at the moment is a pair of big baggy jeans (£70), boots (£85) and a flying jacket (£100).

Interviewer: Would you describe yourself as a fashion slave?

Victor: I think of myself more as a victim of fashion!

Interviewer: Now my questions to Danny Payne. What is the worst thing you’ve ever been made to wear?

Danny: I had to wear a rubber suit once! (Oo-er) It was for a show we did called Skin Too, and it was very uncomfortable and extremely hot. Not only that, but we had to spray it with silicone to make it shine — I nearly passed out!

Interviewer: Danny, would you describe yourself as a fashion slave?

Danny: More a fashion leader! A few people have tried to copy us but there’s only one 2WO THIRD3!

Interviewer: Do you think clothes are important?

Danny: I think people look first, then listen. So a band’s image should be quite striking and memorable!

Interviewer: Now I am asking Lee Thomas. Lee, you’re always very stylish, but do you choose your own clothes for performances?

Lee: I always choose what I’m going to wear — that’s my main pleasure! I wouldn’t feel myself in clothes that I’m not comfortable in!

Interviewer: Would you describe yourself as a fashion slave?

Lee: I don’t base my look on a design or season, I like to mix old with new, and then it becomes my own look!

Interviewer: Do you think clothes are important?

Lee: What you wear is one of the main forms of expression. I always judge people by their clothes. Colour is the main attraction for me — I live by the rule, ‘On the darkest day, wear your brightest clothes.’ If someone looks colourful, then I want to talk to them! I want to talk to them.

Now you will hear the piece again. (The piece is repeated.)

This is the end of this part of the test.

 

  ПРИЛОЖЕНИЕ III MAP OF TEXTBOOK “ENGLISH 8” Unit 1 Culture and Language Sequence
Topics, problems, situations Functions Cultural background knowledge Listening Reading Speaking Writing
What do you know about Britain? What do you imagine when you think of Britain? What are the symbols of your country? What is your native place like? What is Britain made up of? Are all people of Britain English? What languages are spoken in Britain? What does your country look like? What languages are spoken in your country? What are the British like? What are the Russian people like? How does London differ from Moscow? What do foreigners think of Britain? What do foreigners think of Russia? What do you want to learn about Britain? What would you tell your British friends about your country and its people? What are your country’s symbols and colours? What are the main geographical differences between the UK and your country? What do you know about different languages of the world? Expressing doubt, (un)certainty; reporting one’s opinion; explaining things; comparing; asking for details; interpreting an opinion poll; describing people, places; interviewing (asking culture learning questions); describing emblems, symbols; expressing probability, possibility and moral obligation in the past; expressing possibility of past action; interpreting a table; explaining the cause of the action Symbols of Britain: a rose, a thistle, a daffodil, a shamrock; Loch Ness, Ben Nevis, Big Ben, Stonehenge, John Bull; the British Isles, the United Kingdom, Great Britain, Wales, Scotland, Northern Ireland, a county, Home Counties, the Commonwealth; the language(s) of the UK: Gaelic, Welsh, Cockney; the British character; Piccadilly Circus, song “The Streets of London”; a stereotype; first, second, foreign language; Dublin, California; national emblems: a lion, an eagle; British largest cities, rivers, mountains; social classes in Britain; Bede — the father of English history and his “A History of the English Church and People” I. About: the British Isles, the UK, Great Britain, Gaelic; conversations about native places: between a Scottish person and a foreigner, between a salesman and a customer; song “The Streets of London”; interviews of foreigners about their impressions of Britain, Russia; about the geographical position of the UK; everyday talks; short extracts from fiction and non-fiction II. Listening Skills Listening for specific information, for the main idea I. About: John Bull, emblems of Britain, languages of the UK, the British character; Khabarovsk, Northern, Southern, Eastern and Central Russia; national symbols and colours, the geographical position of the UK; the Russian character; the problem of the British as a mixed people as it is discussed in fiction by contemporary writers, British teenagers’ viewpoints on the racial problem; social classes; some facts from British history; teenagers’ opinions about Britain, London, Ireland, Dublin, California, Moscow; jokes, quotations, a quiz II. Reading and Thinking Skills Reading for specific information, for the main idea, for detail: interpreting a map, an opinion poll, a pie chart, anticipating; predicting III. Grammar Reading Skills Past Perfect; конструкция ... is said to be ... I. About: British and Russian national symbols, your country’s geographical position, the place you are from; the languages of Russia; the people of Britain and Russia; your impressions of visiting a new place; the weather; the situation with the coloured population in the UK; the imaginary situation in the past / possible future, about past action relating to race problems; discipline problems in your school; conversations about your native places, the countries, the weather; everyday talks; asking questions about the country, people, languages II. Grammar Structures Past Perfect: конструкция ... is said to be ...; degrees of comparison of adjectives Questions to a pen friend about his / her country Creative Writing About: languages in Russia; your own town / region; differences and similarities between Moscow and London; Russia’s symbols, Russian character Guided Writing Filling in blanks in the poem; taking notes; writing a letter about impressions of Russia; opinions of different people about the British; compiling a Link List about Britain and Russia II. Writing Skills Taking notes Students’ project: “My Country at a Glance”

MAP OF TEXTBOOK “ENGLISH 8”

Unit 2

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