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ТЕХНОЛОГИЧЕСКАЯ КАРТА ПО АНГЛИЙСКОМУ ЯЗЫКУ


Первый семестр​/52 часа
Используемые учебники:

1. Frances Eales, Steve Oakes “Speakout” /upper intermediate/, Student’s Book, Pearson, 2012

2. . Frances Eales, Steve Oakes “Speakout” /upper intermediate/, Workbook, Pearson, 2012

3. “Speakout” Vocabulary Extra

4. “Speakout” Grammar Extra

5. “Speakout” Reading and Listening Extra

6. “ Grammar Builder”

I. Устная тема: ​“A personality profile: in what way each person would be a good match for you
to enjoy meeting socially”.

II.Грамматика​
:

Direct and Indirect questions, Present Tenses, Present Perfect and Past Simple

1. “Speakout” p.128 - 1.1, 1.2;


2. “Grammar Builder” unit 1, 2, 15,16

III. Ролевые ситуации:

1. You booked a flight ticket online, but you entered the wrong date for the return flight by mistake.
Phone the customer service and try to change the booking. To prepare, make notes in two or three
enquiries you will make and predict what the customer service person might say.
a. ( ex.6A p.15)
2. You work at the front desk of a hotel and handle reservations. A customer calls to check a booking
and possibly upgrade to a better room. When the customer calls make sure you:
3. What the customer ‘s name is
4. Don’t find the booking immediately…only after a delay.
5. Role-play a phone conversation between a tourist information officer and a customer (use ex.5A
p.18)

IV. VOCABULARY: UNIT I (Student’s book)

6.1.1

1. to buddy up –подружиться
2. steep – крутой, чрезмерный, непомерно высокий
3. to spot - пятнать, пачкать, покрываться пятнами​ /
сразу выделить
4. to get on with - ладить
5. presumably [prɪ'zjuːməblɪ]- предположительно, возможно,
вероятно, по-видимому
6. choosy – разборчивый
7. a lodger - жилец, квартирант, съёмщик
8. to feel obliged - чувствовать себя обязанным кому-л
9. to show smb round- показывать
10. embarrassing –смущающий
11. brain dead – very stupid (in a very rude manner)
12. straightaway[ˌstreɪtə'weɪ] – прямо сейчас
13. from the outset – с самого начала
14. I’m sort of new to the game – Я , типа, новичок

2 часть

15. a people person – общительный, компанейский


16. to be particular about - обращать особое внимание на
17. to pull one’s weight – сделать свою часть работы
18. down-to-earth – разумный, практичный
19. a decent salary – приличная, достойная заработная плата
20. night gigs – ночные мероприятия, концерты
21. to be a good laugh – быть весельчаком
22. to keep oneself to oneself- предпочитать одиночество, быть
замкнутым, необщительным
23. gigs - выступление, концерт (особенно рок-концерт
или концерт джазовой музыки) ; мероприятие
24. a geek - на чём-то повернутый, фанат, ботаник
25. tight-fisted - скаредный, скупой
26. to get into – заинтересоваться, ​н​ачать заниматься
чем-либо
27. to be out until the early hours – возвращаться домой поздно
ночью/рано утром

28. handy – удобно


29. to be divorced with- быть в разводе с
30. click with someone - сходиться

31. cautious – осмотрительный, благоразумный


32. eccentric- эксцентричный, чудаковатый
33. flexible – гибкий; покладистый
34. genuine - искренний
35. mean – злой, вредный
36. moody – эмоционально нестабильный
37. naive - наивный
38. sympathetic – доброжелательный, сочувствующий
39. trustworthy – надёжный, порядочный, заслуживающий
доверия
40. witty - остроумный

часть 3

41. to tread on one’s toes- наступать на ноги


42. frustrated - расстроенный, недовольны, отчаявшийся ,
удручённый
43. awkward - неудобный; затруднительный, неловкий
44. embarrassed - смущённый; сконфуженный
45. anxious['æŋ(k)ʃəs] - озабоченный, беспокоящийся
46. exhausted - истощённый, изнурённый; измученный;
обессиленный
47. satisfied – довольный, удовлетворённый
48. be thrilled – быть в восторге, сильно радоваться
49. be relived – почувствовать облегчение, вздохнуть с
облегчением
50. be fascinated – приходить в восторг, увлекаться,
51. impressed – впечатлённый, поражённый
52. to relieve - ослаблять, уменьшать, облегчать
53. to get annoyed - раздражаться
54. to get frustrated - расстроиться
55. to feel awkward - чувствовать себя неловко/неудобно/не
по себе

56. mundane [mᴧn’dein] – 1. земной, мирской, светский; 2.


обычный, приземлённый;
57. to totter - идти неверной, дрожащей походкой,
ковылять
58. loathing – отвращение
59. trivial – простой, банальный, обыденный
60. a bonnet – капот
61. to tap into – подключиться, приобщиться
62. recurring - периодический, повторяющийся, частый,
рекуррентный

часть 4

63. to fill in – заполнить (пробелы)


64. to sign up - зарегистрироваться (например, на курсы)
65. limited enrolment – ограниченный набор
66. non-refundable deposit – депозит не подлежит возврату
67. two-for-one deal – два по цене одного
68. matinee – утренний показ (фильма, спектакля)
69. limited run – ограниченное число спектаклей
70. on a first come first served basis – в порядке живой очереди;
бронирования не принимаются

часть 5.
71. a level test – тест на определение уровня
72. to appreciate - оценивать (высоко), ценить; быть
признательным, благодарным
73. provisionally – временно, предварительно
74. a course fee – плата за обучение
75. to refund the deposit – возмещать депозит

часть 1.4.

76. off the hook – выпутавшийся из неприятной ситуации


77. campus – университетский городок
78. encounter – встреча
79. foil – помешать успеху, испортить
80. queue - очередь
81. other than that- за исключением этого
82. similar- подобный, похожий
83. disappointed - разочарованный
84. generous -щедрый
85. to hesitate - колебаться; сомневаться, не решаться
86. Housing Officer - комендант
87. аn inhaler - ингалятор
88. a gap year – ​академический отпуск
89. incoming – заезд, прибытие, приход

90. out of one’s depth – быть неподготовленным к ситуации,


плохо понимать о чём идёт речь
91. eventually – в конце концов
92. a trainee solicitor стажер-адвокат
93. to be on one’s best behavior - вести себя наилучшим образом,
быть паинькой
94. ridiculously - смешно, смехотворно, нелепо, абсурдно

writing – ex.10b p.9


a description for a flatmate site

speaking – ex.6a, p.15

V​
. Pattern-topic
Written by a first-year student Nikonova Julia, 2013-2014

“A personality profile: in what way each person would be a good match for you to enjoy meeting socially”

I consider that all people are very different, each person is unique. We should be able to get on with
everyone, but it's very difficult. And I'm sure that everyone has ever imagined one's ideal of a person with
whom one would enjoy meeting socially. So, how do I imagine such person?

Firstly, this person has to be sociable because I dislike introverts. The silence is embarrassing for me
because I don 't get used to keep myself to myself.

Definitely, the person who wants to be a true friend of mine is to be kindhearted, sympathetic and
helpful. If I get frustrated, my mate would encourage and help me and we get into discussing our problems.

Then, we should have much in common. On the one hand, this person should be a good laugh, like
me, so that I won't feel awkward when I'm with my mate. But on the other hand, I like down-to-earth and
ordinary people because it's very hard to get along with self-confident people.

Finally, I want to be particular about the background of my ideal friend because I try to avoid stupid
or brain dead people. No doubt, the person must be smart and clever. Also, I appreciate such traits of
character as loyalty, tolerance, self-reliance, mobility and generosity.

To sum up, I can say that I'd like an absolutely pleasant person to meet socially. I suppose that this
kind of mate would be like me and become a good friend.

VI. Grammar and Vocabulary test I

VII. Workbook Unit I

VII.Внеаудиторное чтение

Unit 2

1. Устная тема:​“ Surveillance society: pros and cons”


2. Грамматика​ :
Present Perfect Simple and Continious, Passive Voice

● “Speakout” p.130 – 2.1, 2.2


● “Grammar Builder” unit 5, 6, 9, 10

3. Ролевые ситуации:

4. You belong to one of four groups (the police, the local residents, parents, teenagers). Make a list
of your reasons for and against the police plans to install the security cameras.
5. Roleplay “The happiness formula” p.28 - 29

6. VOCABULARY: UNIT 2 (Student’s book)

Часть 2.1.

1. relief – облегчение
2. silly - глупый
3. surrounding -окружение
4. charity/ to do charity – благотворительность
5. to raise money- собирать деньги
6. vulnerable- уязвимый
7. fundraising campaign – кампания по сбору средств
8. ordinary people -обычные люди
9. to host -принимать
10. to attract attention to – привлекать внимание к
11. a telethon - телемарафон
12. to feature celebrities – показывать знаменитостей
13. to transmit - передавать
14. to inspire - вдохновлять
15. a bucket - ведро
16. to bring out - выявлять
17. to collect money – собирать деньги
18. eye-opening - поразительный
19. jelly - желе
20. to take a break - делать перерыв
21. generous - щедрый
22. to be in a good mood – быть в хорошем расположении духа
23. to hoot - сигналить
24. to sponsor - субсидировать, финансировать,
спонсировать (концерт, телепередачу и т. п.)
25. unaccustomed - необычный, непривычный
26. to look worn out/exhausted – выглядеть усталым
27. donations - пожертвования
28. pub quizs – конкурсы и викторины,проводимые в пабах

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29. pollution - загрязнение


30. poverty - бедность
31. debt – долг
32. drought [draʊt] - засуха
33. famine [ fæmɪn] - голод
34. drunkenness abuse
35. drug abuse– злоупотребление наркотиками,
токсикомания
36. divorce - развод
37. domestic violence – бытовое насилие
38. obesity - ожирение
39. homeless - бездомный
40. ethical - этичный
41. rural - деревенский, сельский
42. urban - городской
43. flood - наводнение
44. earthquake - землятресение
45. forest fire – лесной пожар
46. landslide – обвал, оползень
47. tornado – [ tɔː'neɪdəu] - смерч, торнадо, шквал
48. tsunami [tsu'nɑːmɪ] - цунами
49. volcanic eruption – извержение вулкана

50. to decr​ea​se уменьшать


51. to incr​ea​se- увеличивать
52. to rec​o​rd - записывать
53. to perm​ i​t - разрешать
54. to app​ea​l - призывать
55. to launch a project - начинать проект
56. awareness - информированность, осведомлённость
57. disaster - беда, бедствие, несчастье
58. to susp​e​ ct - подозревать
59. a desert ['dezət] – пустыня
60. to desert – оставлять

2.2

61. surveillance [səˈveɪl(ə)ns] – наблюдение, слежение


62. phone cameras - фотоаппарат мобильного (сотового)
телефона
63. speed cameras - камера по определению скорости,
радары
64. street level cameras – камеры наружного наблюдения
65. microchip ['maɪkrə(u)ʧɪp] – микрочип
66. number plate - номерной знак (на автомобиле)
67. recognition - узнавание; распознавание
68. CCTV camera – closed circuit television camera – камера наблюдения
69. an invasion of privacy - вторжение в частную жизнь
70. evidence - основание; знак, признак, симптом; факты,
данные
71. law-abiding citizens – законопослушные граждане
72. deterrent [dɪ'ter(ə)nt] – средство устрашения, сдерживающее
средство
73. to be accountable for -отвечать за свои действия, отвечать
за свои поступки
74. to monitor – смотреть, наблюдать
75. to log information - записывать информацию
76. to hand over - передавать
77. to keep track of somebody – следить

78. to filter – обрабатывать данные, проводить выборку


79. identity card – удостоверение личности
80. screening – скрининг, проверка, изучение
81. commit a crime – совершить преступление
82. database – база данных
83. infiltrate – проникнуть, внедрить, «взломать»

84. surge - подъём, рост; всплеск, резкое увеличение


85. security system - система безопасности, система защиты
86. spot check - выборочная проверка
87. landline phones - стационарные телефоны

2.3

circumstances- обстоятельства
88.
plain-looking people – люди с заурядной внешностью
89.
theft - воровство, кража
90.
a thief/thieves – вор/воры
91.
to fine - штрафовать
92.
disturbing - волнующий, вызывающий беспокойство
93.
illegal- незаконный
94.
justifiable - заслуживающий оправдания;
95.
позволительный
96. inevitable[ɪ'nevɪtəbl ]- неизбежный, неминуемый,
неотвратимый
97. inoffensive -безобидный,неоскорбительный
98. sensible - благоразумный, здравомыслящий; здравый
99. outrageous- возмутительный; оскорбительный;
вопиющий
100. to be clogged up- быть забитым (о дороге)
101. wealthy – богатый
102. to decline – снижаться (об уровне)
103. failure – провал, неудача
104. installment – очередной выпуск
105. diminish – уменьшать, уменьшаться
106. be in a rat race – гнаться за богатством, успехом;
заниматься бесплодной деятельностью; крутиться,
как белка в колесе
107. be stuck - застрять
108. a treadmill – беговая дорожка
109. assumption – предпосылка, допущение

writing: letter of complaint – p.25 ex.9b

7. V . Grammar and Vocabulary test II

Dialogue /Unit 2
.​
VI​

T​he situation​: the police is going to install town-wide surveillance, the representative of the local residents
meet s with the police representative in order to discuss merits and demerits (advantages and
disadvantages) of these plans.
PR​- police representative, ​LRR​- local residents representative

PR:​Good morning, thank you for coming.

LRR:​Good morning, no problem, it’s our main concern.

PR​: In brief, there has been dramatic increase in crime recently, so we decided to install the following
security measures. CCTV cameras are to cover the whole town and speed cameras and number plate
recognition are to be installed on all main roads. We strongly believe that these systems will help to reduce
the number of car accidents and will contribute to improving the situation with crime in general.

LRR​: May I cut in here? Some of our residents express their great concern about being watched every minute
of the day. They consider this an invasion of privacy.

PR​: Oh, come on. This is being done for your safety sake, not for the sake of monitoring your lives.
Law-abiding citizens have nothing to worry about, besides, this surveillance technology will act as a
deterrent to crime in our town.

LRR: OK, I see your point. These facilities might help to monitor and log information about potential
criminals, keep track of them and in this way prevent more serious crimes. Moreover, it will help us to make
people drive more carefully.

PR​: All right, let’s move on further. We suggest monitoring social network websites in order to deter
spreading illegal information such as terroristic propaganda, pornography, drugs and violence and the sites
for teenagers are to be under special control.

LRR​: We quite agree with you, that goes without saying. Our children must be protected f from this very
dangerous information.

PR: Right, and one more item to be discussed. We suggest monitoring mobile and landline telephone calls.

LRR: We totally disagree with this. This is definitely violation of human rights and if you do this, we will file a
lawsuit against you and will definitely win.

PR: All right, I take your point, but perhaps we’d better consider this item more carefully. So, to sum it up, in
general you support our measures.

LLR: I suppose so, except the last one.

PR: Thank you.

VII. Pattern topic​​“ Surveillance society: pros and cons”

We are already living in a surveillance society.


• Video cameras are watching us everywhere – in buildings, shopping streets, roads and residential
areas. Automatic systems can now recognise number plates (and increasingly faces).
• Electronic tags make sure those on probation do not break their release conditions, and people
arrested by police have samples of their DNA taken and kept whether they are guilty or not.
‘Criminal tendencies’ are identified earlier and earlier in life.
• We are constantly asked to prove our identity, for benefits, healthcare, and so on. The
government now plans to introduce a new system of biometric ID cards, including ‘biometrics’
(fingerprints and iris scans) linked to a massive database of personal information.
• When we travel abroad, who we are, where we go and what we carry with us is checked and
monitored and the details stored. Our passports are changing: computer chips carry information,
and like ID cards, there are proposals for biometric passports.
• Many schools use smart cards and even biometrics to monitor where children are, what they eat
or the books they borrow from the library.
• Our spending habits are analysed by software, and the data sold to all kinds of businesses. When
we call service centres or apply for loans, insurance or mortgages, how quickly we are served and
what we are offered depends on what we spend, where we live and who we are.
• Our telephones, e-mails and internet use can be tapped and screened for key words and phrases
by British and American intelligence services.
• Our work is more and more closely monitored for performance and productivity, and even our
attitudes and lifestyle outside work are increasingly scrutinised by the organisations that employ us.
The surveillance society has come about almost without us realising.
It is the sum total of many different technological changes, many policy decisions, and many social
developments. Some of it is essential for providing the services we need: health, benefits,
education. Some of it is more questionable. Some of it may be unjustified, intrusive and oppressive.
People may have many different opinions. But in fact most people know very little about the
surveillance society: it is seen as the stuff of science fiction, not everyday life. So there has been
very little public debate about surveillance. The surveillance industry is already massive and
(especially since 9/11) is growing much faster than other industries, covering a massive range of
goods and services from military equipment through high street CCTV to smart cards. The
surveillance society has come about often slowly, subtly and by the unforeseen combination of
many small paths into one bigger road. It is a road whose direction we urgently need to discuss and
debate.

IX. Supplementary reading

The secret of happiness (текст к Unit II)

Many people think being clever, rich and attractive is the best way to find happiness. But according
to a recent report in New Scientist magazine, these things aren’t as important as we think. A group of
scientist reviewed hundreds of research studies from around the world and then made a list of the top ten
reasons for happiness, and their list makes very surprising reading.

8. Your genes:​:
Some people are simply born happier than others. In a study of 4,000 adult twins, differences in their
genes were the main reasons for their different levels of happiness.

9. Being Married:
All studies show that married couples are happier than single people. Just living together without
being married doesn’t have the same effect.

10. Friends and Family:


People who have large families and lots of close friends are usually happier than people who have a
lot of money but live on their own.
11. Not wanting more than you’ve got:
People who expect to have a successful career, lots of money and the perfect relationship aren’t as
happy as people who accept what they’ve got.

12. Helping Others:


Studies by psychologists in different countries show that helping people is not only good for them, it
also makes you feel happier.

6. Religion:

Four out of five studies show a positive link between religion and happiness. Very religious people
usually live longer too.

7. Being attractive:

Attractive people believe they’re very happy –maybe because they also have good genes and are
therefore healthier. Cosmetic surgery doesn’t have the same effect!

8. Growing Old:

Studies show that old people are happy as often as young people and are unhappy less often. This is
probably because they spend more time doing the things they enjoy.

9. Money:

When you’re poor, money can buy you some happiness. However, when people have enough money
to live comfortably, more money doesn’t make them happier.

10. Intelligence:

Surprisingly, this has very little effect on happiness. Being able to get on well with people is much
more important than how intelligent you are.

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