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Відділ освіти артемівської міської ради міський методичний кабінет опис педагогічного досвіду вчителя англійської мови артемівського навчально-виховного комплексу

Відділ освіти артемівської міської ради міський методичний кабінет опис педагогічного досвіду вчителя англійської мови артемівського навчально-виховного комплексу




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Aeven in the worst accident

Bsettled into and onto water

Cthe only people at risk

Dthat destroyed a reactor at Chernobyl in Ukraine

Eradioactive material has blown and settled

Fworries about radiation risks

G to have had atomic bombs dropped on it

Hwas heavily bombed

Iby drinking contaminated milk

Jlike telling people not to eat locally grown

KA new United Nations report

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Text 2

Task type: True / False

Listen to the text Cranes . Mark statements (1 -11) below the text as T (true) or F (false). Write your answers in the boxes below the task. There is an example at the beginning (0 - F)

This is the VOA Special English Education Report, from http://voaspecialenglish.com | http://facebook.com/voalearningenglish



Cranes

Cranes are large birds with long legs and necks. In Japan and other East Asian cultures, they represent luck and long life. Japanese tradition says a person who folds one thousand paper cranes gets the right to make a wish. Some schoolchildren in the United States have been folding cranes. They want to show they care about the victims of the March eleventh earthquake and tsunami in Japan. Almost forty Japanese-American students attend Somerville Elementary School in Ridgewood, New Jersey. But all five hundred twenty-five students at the school have heard about the disasters. So they have decorated their school with paper origami cranes. Their wish is for a speedy recovery for the Japanese people.Art teacher Samantha Stankiewicz says the activity gave students a way to express empathy for victims.She says, "For children, the folding of the cranes has been a really positive way for them to feel like they're actively engaged."One boy said, "The crane is a symbol of hope, so we try to have a lot of hope for those people in Japan." And a girl at the school said, "It makes me feel really happy that everyone's caring for another country." And that care was not just in the form of paper cranes. The school principal, Lorna Oates-Santos, says children at Somerville Elementary raised about two thousand dollars for disaster relief agencies.

The two agencies they chose were the American Red Cross and Save the Children.The school also has a television club that produces weekly programs on different subjects. Fourth-grade teacher Gabrielle King is the director of the club, and says the students were involved in the school's efforts. "When the earthquake happened," she says, "the children wanted to know what they could do to inform other students and raise awareness for the people in Japan." So they decided to do a show on the earthquake and to also make the origami cranes.Some American children have shown their feelings for the victims in Japan in other ways. Yasuhisa Kawamura is Japan's deputy consul general in New York. He says one young girl brought a painting she had made to the consulate. The painting showed the two countries, Japan and the United States, shaking hands over the ocean, and saying "We are with you." Mr. Kawamura said consulate staff members were "very moved and touched by this young girl's expression."The East Asia Program at Cornell University in the United States has a lesson plan and directions for folding origami cranes. You can find a link at voaspecialenglish.com. For VOA Special English, I'm Alex Villarreal. (Adapted from a radio program broadcast 31Mar2011)

0 Cranes are large birds with short legs and necks.

1 Cranes are the symbol of happy and long life.

2 According to the Japanese you can wish something if you fold two hundred cranes.

3 All schoolchildren in the United States have been folding cranes

4 By folding cranes children show their sympathy for the victims of natural disasters in Japan.

5 The students of Somerville Elementary School in Ridgewood, New Jersey have decorated theirschool with paper origami cranes .

6 The folding of the cranes means nothing for the children.

7 When the earthquake happened the American children were in panic.

8 It was decided to organize a performance on the earthquake.

9 One young girl brought an origami crane had made to the consulate

10 The consulate staff members were greatly impressed by this young girl's expression.

11 You can’t learn to fold origami cranes anywhere in the USA.


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Text 3

Task type: Multiple choice

Listen to the text FOOD PRICES IN THE WORLD. Complete the statements

(1 -6) below the text by choosing the best answer (A, B, C, D). Write your answers in the boxes below the task. There is one example at the beginning (0 - C).

VOA Special English Agriculture Report, from http://voaspecialenglish.com | http://facebook.com/voalearningenglish

FOOD PRICES IN THE WORLD

Food prices continue to rise, threatening to push more people into poverty and hunger. Experts have been urging increased efforts around the world to increase agricultural productivity. A new report by the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization says one of the best ways would be to remove the barriers women farmers face that male farmers do not. Women farmers are often less productive than men, but there are good reasons for that, says Agnes Quisumbing. She is an economist with the International Food Policy Research Institute. She says women farmers have fewer resources than male farmers. The new FAO report says women make up forty-three percent of the world's farmers. But only about ten to twenty percent of them own the land they farm. Without owning land, it is harder for them to get credit to buy inputs such as better seeds and fertilizers. In many countries, women are half as likely as men to use fertilizers to increase the amount of crops. In addition, Ms. Quisumbing says many of the world's women are raising their children at the same time they are farming.

The FAO report says helping women farmers could increase agricultural output in the developing world by as much as four percent. This in turn could reduce the number of undernourished people by as much as seventeen percent. Ms. Quisumbing says just helping women farmers have the same resources that male farmers have would do a lot to improve agricultural productivity and reduce hunger and malnutrition.Ms. Quisumbing helped write the FAO report. She says the report does not try to gain sympathy. It makes the case for women farmers based on business reasons.She says governments should support programs that help women farmers. These include financial support to help them buy better seeds and fertilizers. But she says policies in many countries also need to change. She says many laws discriminate against women in the areas of property, labor force and marriage. Ms. Quisumbing says studies show that women are more likely than men to spend money on food, health and educating their children. And that means a better future for the next generation. For VOA Special English, I'm Carolyn Presutti. You can find transcripts and MP3s of our reports at voaspecialenglish.com. You can also find us on Facebook at VOA Learning English.

Example: Food prices continue

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B to decrease .

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A to make food supplies healthier.

B to make agricultural productivity more affective.

C to protect agricultural territories from contaminations.

D to reduce the using of chemicals in agriculture.

2. A new report by the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization

A states the best ways to increase agricultural productivity.

B deals with the problem of soil contamination.

C helps women farmers.

D helps male farmers.

3.It’s more difficult for women farmers to run their farms because

A they are weaker than men.

B of race discrimination.

C most of them don’t own the land they farm.

D they lack proper training.

4. The new FAO report says

A helping women farmers could increase agricultural output in the developing world by as much as six percent.

B helping men farmers could increase agricultural output in the developing world by as much as four percent.

C helping women farmers could increase agricultural output in the developed world by as much as four percent.

D helping women farmers could increase agricultural output in the developing world by as much as four percent.

5.The governmental support programs should

A include financial support to help women farmers buy better seeds and fertilizers.

B include moral support to help women farmers .

C be economically calculated.

D be discussed by the International Mass Media.

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A support women in all the spheres of their life .

B discriminate against women in many spheres of life.

C help women to become successful.

D help women to become happy in their marriage life.



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Text 4

Listen to the text CAR CRASHES KILL AMERICAN TEENAGERS. Some sentences have been removed from the text. Choose from the list (A -K) the most appropriate sentence for each gap (0 -9) in the text. There is an extra sentence that you do not need to use. Write your answers in the boxes below the task. There is one example at the beginning (0 - F).

CAR CRASHES KILL AMERICAN TEENAGERS.

This is the VOA Special English Education Report, from http://voaspecialenglish.com | http://facebook.com/voalearningenglish . Car crashes are the top killer of American teenagers. Most of the crashes result from distracted driving(0)… --.Ryan Didone was a fifteen-year-old passenger in a car that hit a tree. He was one of the nation's more than thirty thousand victims (1)… . Nearly four thousand deaths, about twelve percent, involved drivers age fifteen to twenty. Ryan's father, Thomas Didone, is a police captain in Montgomery County, Maryland. He said the driver of the car (2)… and was driving at night with a carload of kids. He was going too fast and caused one death and some serious tragedy (3) … .Jim Jennings from the Allstate Insurance Company says (4) … is the mobile phone. He says talking on the phone or reaching for it is like (5) …. He said if you are texting while driving, you are twenty-three times more likely to get into an accident than somebody who is not. If you reach for a cell phone when it is ringing, you are nine times more likely to get into an accident. Government and private groups are using public service announcements and events (6) … . For example, the insurance industry recently held a safety event near Washington for teen drivers. At first, nineteen-year-old Kevin Schumann easily avoided large, inflatable dolls thrown in front of the car to represent children. He also avoided orange cones representing the edge of the road. Then, as part of the test, he started texting. He hit several cones and at least one doll.Debbie Pickford of Allstate Insurance says teens are especially at risk from distracted driving -- and not just because they lack experience on the roads. She said teens do not really have fully developed brains (7) … . New legislation in Congress proposes to require all states to have a graduated driver licensing system. Graduated means teenagers start with restrictions on night driving and numbers of passengers. They could not get a full driver's license until age eighteen. Thomas Didone shares the story of his son's death (8) ….

(Adapted from a radio program broadcast 22Mar2011)



Aof traffic crashes in two thousand eight

Bto help educate teens and their families about distracted driving

Cthe number one cause of distracted-driving accidents

Dto bring more attention to the problem

Ethe burning problem of nowadays

Fnot paying attention to the road

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Hfor the rest of the community

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Додаток № 2 ( тести з читання)

Text 1


Read the text below.For (1-5) choose T if the statement is true according to the text, F if it is false. Write your answers on the separate answer sheet. An example (0) has been done for you.

CHRISTMAS

Every year thereis a very big Christmas tree in the center of London, in Trafalgar Square. This is a present fromthe people of Norway to the people of Great Britain. They send it to Londoners every year and Londoners decorate the Christmas tree.

In the evening before Christmas people like to come to TrafalgarSquare to look at the tree.The shops are very busy at Christmas. People want to buy resents for their family and friends (for their nearest and dearest). And they buy a lot of food and drink for all the Christmas parties.

People open their presents on Christmas morning and they all are happy with what they get.For Christmas lunch people eat turkey, potatoes and green vegetables. Then they have the Christmas pudding. At five o’clock it's time for tea and Christmas cake.

At Christmas people wish their nearest and dearest a merry Christmas.The day after Christmas is Boxing Day. People usually visit their relatives and friends. They do not work on that day.

0. A Christmas tree is a present from the people of Canada to the people of Great Britain. (F) Example

1. People come to Trafalgar Square to look at the Christmas Tree.

2. The shops are not busy on Christmas.

3. People want to buy a lot of presents.

4. They don’t buy food and drinks.

5. For Christmas lunch thy have turkey, potatoes and green vegetables.



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Text 2

Read the text below. For (6-10) choose the correct answer (A, B,C or D). Write your answers on the separate answer sheet. An example (0) has been done for you.

Who Is Coming?

One morning Grandmother got up early in the morning because she had a lot to do. She called to Grandfather "Jack, get out of the bed! You know who's coming today!"

After breakfast Grandmother said, "Now, Grandfather, please go to the shop. Get some ham, and some chop; because you know who's coming today."

How about potatoes?" said Grandfather."Oh, we don't want that!" said Grandmother. "But we want a lot of bananas, and apples, some nuts and some sweets."



Grandfather went away. Grandmother took somebutter, eggs and sugar. She mixed them together."I think I'll make a cake," said Grandmother. Shemade a cake."I'll make some nice fresh rolls," said Grandmother. Then she cooked a pudding.

The milkman came. He said, "One bottle as usual?" Grandmother said happily, "Six! Because you know who's coming!"

When Grandfather came home from the shop, thecake stood at the window, rolls were rising on the kitchen table and the pudding was ready."We must have a little ice-cream," said Grandmother "Please go back to the shop, Grandfather, and get some ice-cream."

Then Grandmother tied a pink bow on Timothy, the cat. She tied a blue bow on Brownie, the dog. She gave the best blue suit and a red tie to Grandfather.Then she put on her flowered dress



"I think we are ready," said Grandmother.She heard a car drive up. She hurried to the door. Grandfather in his best blue suit, Timothy in his pink bow and Brownie in his blue bow hurried to the door too. Grandmother opened it.

And here was Jefferson Jonas the third! He was six years old and he came to see his Grandmother and Grand­father!



0.The text is about Example

A. the preparation for a Christmas party.

B. the preparation for Granny’s birthday party.

C. the preparation for holidays.

D. the preparation for a grandson’s visit.

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  • Listen to the text Cranes . Mark statements (1 -11) below the text as T (true) or F (false). Write your answers in the boxes below the task. There is an example at the beginning (0 - F)
  • Listen to the text
  • W ho Is Coming
  • 0.The text is about Example