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zk© гор. Москва, 2012г Данное упражнение представляет собой готовую ИКТ-разработку для использования учителем английского языка в классе при подготовке учащихся к экзаменационному разделу „Словообразование“. В качестве ИК-технологии выбрана презентация Power Point c ee возможностью анимации и гиперссылок. Как показывает практика, анимация ответов к заданию оптимизирует скорость проверки в классе и создает общий позитивный настрой учеников из-за отсутствия боязни ошибки, что в итоге способствует эффективной консолидации материала. Презентация состоит из 15 слайдов и включает 5 упражнений. 2,3,4.Слайды - „Being a private detective“5,6,7.Cлайды - „Technopanic“8,9,10.Cлайды - „The British and the queueing“11,12,13.Cлайды - „The fireworks man“14,15,16.Cлайды - „The right time to exercise“Интерактивная презентация предназначена для просмотра в классе. Учитель может выбрать нужное упражнение, соответствующее теме урока. Источник : упражнения взяты из учебников Oxford University Press. BEING A PRIVATE DETECTIVE Use the words given in capitals (1-10) to form new words that fit into the spaces in the text. TECHNOPANIC QUEUEING FIREWORKS EXERCISE Private detectives are employed by (1)___________(LAW) , businesses and ordinary members of the public. They need to have a detailed (2)___________(KNOW) of the law and be good at blending into a crowd without attracting (3)__________(ATTEND). The hours are long and very (4)______________(PREDICT) - every day is different. Ken Lodge runs his own detective (5)_____________(AGENT) in London. lawyers knowledge attention unpredictable agency He has been working as a private detective now for 30 years. 'We (6) ______________(GENERAL) take on all sorts of work,' he explains. ‘A client might ask us for (7) ___________(EVIDENT) that someone is breaking the law or to find a (8)____________(MISS) member of their family. Some companies even ask us to check their (9) _________(SECURE) by breaking into their offices.' But is the job as (10)____________ (GLAMOUR) as it seems on TV? 'You can spend 12 hours in a car, waiting for someone!' generally evidence missing security glamorous TECHNOPANIC Use the words given in capitals (1-10) to form new words that fit into the spaces in the text. QUEUEING FIREWORKS EXERCISE DETECTIVE There has rarely been an (1)____________(INVENT) that someone hasn't considered dangerous, (2)___________(MORAL) or a threat to society. Fear of change is the primary cause of technopanic. Change is a step into the (3)____________(KNOW), and it has major consequences. People in (4)____________(MANAGE) in the 1950s were worried about the (5)____________(AFFECT) of photocopiers. invention immoral unknown management effect Pocket calculators were (6)___________(ORIGIN) very expensive little gadgets but when there was a big (7)_____________(REDUCE) in the cost of microchips and these calculators became much more (8)______________(AFFORD), some people said that they were going to create a generation of people (9)_____________(CAPABLE) of performing a simple sum in their heads. And computers were said to resultin mass (10)________________(EMPLOY) . originally reduction affordable incapable unemployment THE BRITISH AND QUEUEING Use the words given in capitals (1-10) to form new words that fit into the spaces in the text. TECHNOPANIC FIREWORKS EXERCISE DETECTIVE 'All things come to those who wait.' It's a (1)____________(TRADITION) phrase that has kept the British patiently in line for years. For (2)_____________(GENERATE), we've been waiting our turn. This may sometimes have led to (3)_______(ANGRY) abroad, when (4)_____________(FOREIGN) haven't always respected the rules of the orderly queue. But at home we have (5)_________(SECRET) enjoyed our reputation. traditional generations anger foreigners secretly It's rather (6)_____________(FASHION), though, isn't it? Today's highly developed culture of (7)__________(SERVE) to the public seems to have more in common with the American 'I want it and I want it now' philosophy. But our (8)____________(PATIENT) seems to be growing. We may wait with less (9)___________(POLITE) than we used to - you only have to observe the (10)_____________(FRUSTRATE) shoppers in a supermarket queue. But wait we still do. unfashionable service patience politeness frustrated THE FIREWORKS MAN Use the words given in capitals (1-10) to form new words that fit into the spaces in the text. TECHNOPANIC QUEUEING EXERCISE DETECTIVE Mark Lancaster has had a (1)____________(FASCINATE) for making fireworks since he was a young boy. This is not (2)_____________(SURPRISE) when you learn that his father has been the (3)___________(CREATE) of many of the biggest firework displays in Britain of the past 25 years. In 1993 Mark came to the (4)____________(CONCLUDE) that he was not (5)___________(SUIT) to a career in the Army. fascination surprising creator conclusion suited 'When I was in the Army, I realized that my (6)__________(PREFER) was to work with fireworks,' he says. Mark was given (7)______________(RESPONSIBLE) for the biggest ever fireworks display in Britain, in 1995. For him the most (8)____________(ENJOY) part of the job is seeing the fireworks explode in the sky. 'It's very (9)____________(EXCITE) when it happens.' He now splits his time between being the finance (10)___________(DIRECT) of the company and making fireworks in the factory. preference responsibility enjoyable exciting director THE RIGHT TIME TO EXERCISE Use the words given in capitals (1-10) to form new words that fit into the spaces in the text. TECHNOPANIC QUEUEING FIREWORKS DETECTIVE You're motivated. You've made the (1)________(DECIDE). Tomorrow you're getting fit.You (2)__________(CAREFUL) set your alarm clock so that you'll be awake early, and then it goes off. As you go to the gym, (3)___________(WILLING) muscles protesting, you wonder: can this actually have a (4)___________( BENEFIT) effect? It's a good question. It is also, unfortunately, one that (5)___________(FIT) experts are unable to agree on. decision carefully unwilling beneficial fitness (6)______________(GUIDE) on choosing the best time of day for exercise is confusing. (7)___________(INSTRUCT) in the 1980s believed that the right time was at dawn. An (8)_____________(AMBITION) person, they said, should start each day in the gym. But there is (9)___________(CURRENT) a more flexible approach to exercise. As one expert says: 'It really is a (10)_________(PERSON) thing. Any exercise programme has got to fit in with your lifestyle.' Guidance Instructors ambitious currently personal