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СОДЕРЖАНИЕ

1. Пояснительная записка
2. Программа курсов английского языка
2.1. Уровень А1
2.2. Уровень А2
2.3. Уровень В1
2.4. Уровень В2
2.5. Уровень С1
3. Список учебно-методической литературы
4. Учебный план
5. Приложение 1. Контрольно-оценочные материалы

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Программа курсов английского языка

Пояснительная записка
В ЧОУ ДПО «Державинский институт» предусмотрено повышение квалификации лиц со
средним, высшим и неоконченным высшим профессиональным образованием старше 18
лет на курсах английского языка (продолжительностью от 4 до 12 месяцев) с целью
удовлетворения их образовательных потребностей, связанных с профессиональной
деятельностью (в частности, коммуникация на английском языке).
Программа дополнительного профессионального образования «курсы английского
языка» разработана и осуществляется с учётом требований Федерального закона № 273-
ФЗ (с изм. и доп.) «Об образовании в Российской Федерации».
Учебный процесс обеспечивают высококвалифицированные специалисты в области
преподавания английского языка, использующие в практике преподавания этой
дисциплины новейшие методические достижения, ТСО (аудио- и видеопродукцию),
ориентирующиеся в широком потоке учебных материалов последних лет, имеющие опыт
работы с разными возрастными категориями учащихся (от 18 лет).
Научно-практическая специализация института и его ориентация на
соответствующий (максимально широкий) контингент учащихся, желающих повысить
свою квалификацию в рамках профессионального общения на английском языке,
представлены в программе, основанной на Европейском языковом портфеле, в частности,
на «Общеевропейских компетенциях владения иностранным языком» и включающей в
себя 5 основных уровней (уровни преемственны, каждый предыдущий подготавливает
студента к последующему, однако набор слушателей может производиться в любую
группу в соответствии с уровнем владения английским языком, который определяется с
помощью устного и письменного тестирования).

Основные уровни обучения


Рекомендованное
Уровень Описание компетенций учащегося количество часов
на уровень
Понимаю и могу употребить в речи знакомые фразы и выражения, 208 ак.ч.
необходимые для выполнения конкретных задач. Могу
представиться/представить других, задавать/отвечать на вопросы о месте
A1
жительства, знакомых, имуществе. Могу участвовать в несложном
разговоре, если собеседник говорит медленно и отчетливо и готов оказать
помощь.
Понимаю отдельные предложения и часто встречающиеся выражения, 128 ак.ч.
связанные с основными сферами жизни (например, основные сведения о
себе и членах своей семьи, покупках, устройстве на работу и т. п.). Могу
A2 выполнить задачи, связанные с простым обменом информацией на
знакомые или бытовые темы. В простых выражениях могу рассказать о
себе, своих родных и близких, описать основные аспекты повседневной
жизни.
Понимаю основные идеи четких сообщений, сделанных на литературном 128 ак.ч.
языке на разные темы, типично возникающие на работе, учёбе, досуге
B1 и т. д. Умею общаться в большинстве ситуаций, которые могут
возникнуть во время пребывания в стране изучаемого языка. Могу
составить связное сообщение на известные или особо интересующие

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меня темы. Могу описать впечатления, события, надежды, стремления,
изложить и обосновать свое мнение и планы на будущее.
Понимаю общее содержание сложных текстов на абстрактные и 128 ак.ч.
конкретные темы, в том числе узкоспециальные тексты. Говорю
достаточно быстро и спонтанно, чтобы постоянно общаться с носителями
B2 языка без особых затруднений для любой из сторон. Я умею делать
четкие, подробные сообщения на различные темы и изложить свой взгляд
на основную проблему, показать преимущество и недостатки разных
мнений.
Понимаю объемные сложные тексты на различную тематику, распознаю 128 ак.ч.
скрытое значение. Говорю спонтанно в быстром темпе, не испытывая
затруднений с подбором слов и выражений. Гибко и эффективно
C1 использую язык для общения в научной и профессиональной
деятельности. Могу создать точное, детальное, хорошо выстроенное
сообщение на сложные темы, демонстрируя владение моделями
организации текста, средствами связи и объединением его элементов.

Программа нацелена на реализацию личностно-ориентированного, коммуникативно-


когнитивного и социокультурного подхода к обучению иностранным языкам (в том числе
английскому).
В качестве интегративной цели обучения рассматривается формирование иноязычной
коммуникативной компетенции, то есть способности и реальной готовности учащихся
осуществлять иноязычное общение и добиваться взаимопонимания с носителями
иностранного (английского) языка.
Социокультурный подход предполагает особый акцент на социокультурной
составляющей иноязычной коммуникативной компетенции. Это должно обеспечить
культуроведческую направленность обучения, приобщение учащихся к культуре страны
изучаемого языка (Великобритания и США).
При интенсивности занятий 2 раза в неделю по 4 академических часа предполагаются
следующие рамки программы:
А1 – 6,5 месяцев
А2 - 4 месяцев
В1 - 4 месяцев
В2 - 4 месяцев
С1 - 4 месяцев
Однако допускаются изменения в длительности программы при повышении/сокращении
интенсивности программы.

В качестве базового учебно-методического комплекса для данной программы выбран


комплекс Сью Кэй, Воган Джонс “New Inside Out”(A1, A2, B1, B2, C1) изд.-ва
Macmillan,2011. Данные УМК состоят из учебника (Student’s Book with Cd-Rom), рабочей
тетради (Workbook with key and Audio CD), книги для учителя (Teacher’s Book with Test
CD) и CD и DVD-дисков.
В конце каждого уровня также приводится список дополнительной литературы.

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Курсы английского языка
Уровень А1
(A1.1 Beginner , A1.2 Elementary-1, A1.3 Elementary-2)
Цели: по итогам курсам достичь уровня знаний, соответствующих уровню А1
европейского языкового стандарта.
Задачи: Научить студентов общаться на простые темы, рассказывать о прошлом,
настоящем и будущем, понимать простые медленные высказывания, писать элементарные
сообщения.
Срок обучения: количество часов: 80 – 208 академических часов (в зависимости от
осваемого подуровня); срок обучения по программе : 4 – 9 месяцев (в зависимости от
интенсивности обучения)
Компоненты программы: Коммуникативные задачи, Грамматика, Письмо,
Рекомендуемые тексты по чтению, Рекомендуемые тексты по аудированию.
Аспекты: Говорение, Грамматика, Письмо, Чтение, Аудирование.
Отбор материала для данного курса осуществлен с учетом целей и задач обучения,
определяемых коммуникативными потребностями учащихся, фактически не владеющих
английским языком или владеющие им на низком уровне.
Программа курса состоит из следующих аспектов:
1. Говорение: речевая деятельность учащихся. На данном этапе осуществляется
создание и увеличение коммуникативного запаса за счет стандартизованных
ситуаций общения, представленных вне контекста.
2. Аудирование. Развитие навыков восприятия иностранной речи на слух. При
обучении на данном этапе используется и монологическая, и диалогическая речь,
однако особый акцент делается на воспроизводящие произносительные навыки
учащихся (в первую очередь, на звуки, ударение, а также интонационное
оформление отдельных фраз, изучаемых в разделе «Говорение»).
3. Чтение. Выбор текстов для данного раздела осуществляется исходя из набора
предложенных тем и словарного запаса учащихся. Кроме того, часть текстов
направлена на расширение социокультурной компетенции учащихся.
4. Письмо. На данном этапе учащиеся знакомятся с правилами оформления личной
корреспонденции (простые сообщения, расписание, почтовые открытки).
5. Практическая грамматика. Морфология.
6. Лексика. Расширение словарного запаса учащихся определяется
коммуникативными ситуациями, тематическими и социокультурными аспектами.

Темы подуровня Beginner:


1. Знакомство
2. Страны и национальности
3. Взаимоотношения
4. Предпочтения
5. Образ жизни и работа
6. Время и повседневная рутина
7. Достопримечательности Нью-Йорка
8. Дом
9. Еда и напитки
10. Одежда
11. Важные события
12. Спорт
13. Путешествия
14. Цирк
15. Будущее

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Тематическ Рекоменд

Кол-во часов
Разговорная
ий блок уемые
Рекомендуем
Коммуникати тексты
Грамматика Письмо ые тексты по
вные задачи по
аудированию
тема
чтению

1.Names & 1.Exchanging 1.My/your/his/ 1.Useful 1.James Bond


numbers names and her phrases: 2. What’s in
Common numbers 2. Singular and Personal our bag?
objects 2. Identifying plural nouns. information
common objects This/these 2. Capital
IDENTITY

letters
3. Alphabet.
Vowel

16 academic hours
sounds
2.Countries, 1.Saying where 1. be: present 1.Punctuation 1.Word 1. international
INTERNATI

nationalities, you are from simple (question stress: pop star;


prices 2. Talking about 2. in/near marks and numbers 2. Prices
ONAL

prices 3. How full stops) 2.Useful around the


much…? 2. Special phrases: In world
questions a shop
3.Family 1.Talking about 1. How old…? 1.Description 1. Famous 1. My family 1
RELATIONS

Introductions your family 2. Possesive ‘s. of someone families 2. My family 2


our/their. in your 2. Useful
3. have/has family phrases:
4.an+vowel/ 2.Punctuation introductio
a+consonant (apostrophe) ns
4.Favourites 1. Talking about 1. Present 1.Useful 1. Profile: 1. Do you like
FAVOURITES

Likes & likes and simple: like/ phrases: Nina pasta?


dislikes dislikes don’t like Asking for Frank
2.Asking about 2. Adjective clarification
personal +noun word 2.Fill in web
information order profile

5.Lifestyle 1.Talking about 1.Present 1. Drafting, 1.Your life 1.What’s your 16 academic hours
Work a dream job simple: I,you, correcting, expectanc dream job?
2.Talking about we, they finalizing y
your lifestyle 2. Common 2.Useful
verbs. phrases:
On the
phone
3.Word
stress
LIFE

:famous
places

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6.The time 1.Telling the 1. The time. 1.Description 1. Judge 1. Time zones
Daily routine time Present simple: (daily Jules
2. Talking about he, she, it routine) 2. Useful
daily routine 2.On+ Days. phrases:
Verb phrases Greetings
with get, go,
have
24 /7

3. 3rd person Sg
verb endings
7.Location 1.Talking about 1. There is/there 1.Linking 1. The top 1. British
City NYC are sentences five things people in NYC
attractions 2. Talking about 2. Some/any (and and but), to do in
places to go 3. Verb phrases description NYC
with go. (city)
4.US and UK 2. Useful
English phrases:
5. Weak forms Asking about
NYC

in There’s a … location
and There are…
8.Homes 1. Giving 1. Object 1.Punctuation 1. Paul 1. 20 Forthlin
Opinions opinions pronouns (commas); McCartne Road

16 academic hours
2.Talking about 2. Room and description y – the
a home furniture (house) early years
3. Ordinal 2. Places
numbers we love
and hate
3. Useful
HOUSES

phrases:
Offering a
drink
9.Diet 1.Talking about 1. How often…? 1. Linking 1. The 3-
Food & drink eating and Adverbs of sentences hour diet
Cafés drinking habits frequency (and and or); 2. my life
2. Talking about 2. Time descriptions in
international expressions. (meals) Thailand
food 3. Useful
DIET

phrases: in
a café
10.Clothes 1.Talking about 1. Present 1.postcard 1. Special 1.The catwalk
Shopping clothes continuous days 2. Three
CLOTHES

2. Talking about 2. Clothes. Verb 2. Useful conversations


current activities phrases phrases: In
14 academic hours

3. ing forms a clothes


shop
11.Important 1. Talking about 1. Be: past 1.Description 1. Live 8 1. World
events Live 8 simple (event) 2. Useful events
Live 8 2.Talking about 2. Prepositions phrases:
important events of time with buying
in your country months, years, tickets
EVENTS

dates 3. Word
3. Adjectives stress:
adjectives

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12.Sports 1.Talking about 1.Past simple: 1. Life 1.Lance 1.Heroes in
Heroes sports and affirmative history Armstrong history
sporting heroes forms 2.Useful
2. Regular and phrases
HERO
irregular verbs :Special
occasions
13.Transport 1.Talking about 1. Past simple: 1. Journey 1. The 1. My best
Journey your best negative and long way holiday
Holidays holiday question forms. round
2.Talking about 2. Wh questions 2. Useful
TRAVEL

ways to travel 3.Time phrases:


expressions: ago At a
railway
station
14.Circus 1.Talking about 1. Can and can’t 1. Online CV 1.Gifford’ 1. What’s the
Abilities circuses for ability 2. Class s Circus matter?

14 academic hours
Parts of body 2. Talking about 2. How talents 2. Useful
Illness ability and talent many…? phrases:
CIRCUS

Talking
about
illness
15.The 1.Talking about 1. Would like to 1. E-mail 1. Ten 1. A lottery
Future future plans and 2. Time (future plans) things to win
Lotteries intentions expressions: do before
(future plans) next you die
3. Word and 2. Do you
sentence stress know your
4. Future : (be) future?
going to 3. Useful
FUTURE

phrases:
saying
goodbye
Final Test

ac.hours
Speaking

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Темы подуровня Elementary:
1. В аэропорту
2. Люди
3. Семья
4. Разные
5. Дни
6. Жизнь
7. На море
8. Одиночество
9. В отеле
10. Еда
11. Внешний вид
12. Деньги

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13. Таланты
14. ТВ
15. Опыт
16. Поездка

Рекомендуе
Тематиче Коммуника Рекомендуемые
Разг-ая

Кол-во
часов
мые тексты
тема

ский тивные Грамматика Письмо тексты по


по чтению
блок задачи аудированию
1.Introducing 1. Be: present simple 1.Punctuat 1. Useful 1.Meeting on a
1.Introduct yourself and affirmative. Nouns. ion phrases : plane
ions saying where a/an , This/these 2. Form asking for 2. Going through
AIRPORT

Air travel you are from 2. Forming filing clarification customs


Countries 2.Exchanging adjectives from 3. Airline phone
Nationaliti names and nouns (countries, numbers
es number nationalities, 4. Exchanging
Common 3. Identifying languages) contact details
objects objects
Numbers
2.Favourit 1. Discussing 1. Possessive be: 1.Question 1.Brad Pitt’s 1. In the world
e things favourite present simple s to find favourite today...

22 academic hours
Jobs things 2. a/an out things
Personal 2. Discussing personal 2.The
details ages details percentage of
PEOPLE

3. Discussing 2.Punctuat women in


jobs ion certain jobs
3.Personal in the UK
descriptio 3. Useful
n phrases :
greetings and
introductions
3.Family 1. Discussing 1. Possessive ‘s/s‘ 1.Sentence 1. Meet the 1. Sophie’s
Lifestyle families 2. Present simple s about Collisters favourite relative
2. Discussing affirmative, 3d your 2. Who is it?
FAMILY

lifestyle person Sg family 3. Wife


3. Anecdote: 3. Verbs family 2.Punctuat exchange
Your ion
favourite 3.Descript
relative ion of a
family
4.Men & 1. Discussing 1. Present simple. 1. A short 1. He or she 1. Jack and
women differences Objects pronouns personal 2. How are Layla‘s likes and
Likes & between men 2. Like/ don’t like + message men and dislikes
DIFFERENT

dislikes and women ing 2.e-mail to women


2. Likes and a new different?
dislikes friend 3. Useful
phrases :
Expressing
opinions

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5.Days of 1. Sharing 1. Present simple 1. A 1.Seven 1.Interview with
the week daily routines perfect perfect daily three people
Time 2. Discussing weekend moments
Daily typical 2.Sequenc 2.Ms
routine weekend ing : them, Dynamite‘s
DAYS
(verbs 3. Telling the after (that) perfect
phrases : time 3.Descript weekend

22 academic hours
have and ion of a 3. Useful
go) perfect phrases :
Going out day ordering and
paying
6.Habits 1.Habits and 1. Present simple 1.Paragrap 1. Little and 1. Conor‘s
Daily frequency with adverbs of h large favourite festival
routine 2. Special frequency. organizati 2. The top
(verbs days 2.Prepositions of on three world
LIVING

phrases : 3. Anecdote : time with dates festivals


make and your 3. Useful
do) favourite phrases :
Special festival, party Asking about
days opening and
closing times
7.Water 1.Water 1. Past simple: 1. A 1. It‘s always 1. Two
sports sports regular and irregular simple warm on the interviews about
Holidays verbs narrative inside water sports
SEA

2. Time expressions. 2. Time 2. Shark


Ago. Time linkers expression attack !

16 academic hours
s. Telling
a story
8.Feelings 1. Feelings 1.Past simple : 1. A 1. Alone at 1. Interview
Experienc affirmative, negative retired sea about Debra Veal
es and question forms person 2. I want to 2. Lottie‘s last
ALONE

2. Adjectives 2.Anecdot be alone summer holiday


3. Irregular past e: your 3. Useful
simple forms last phrases:
summer Complaints
holiday and
suggestions
Middle Test ac.hours
Speakimg
4

9.Hotels 1.Discussing 1. There is/there are, 1.Descript 1. For the 1.Two people
Houses hotels, rooms some/any ion of holiday of a talking about
Rooms and furniture 2. Prepositions of your home lifetime diets
2. Natalie‘s last
HOTEL

and 2. Discussing place /in/ on /near/ and 2. Your home


furniture. where you locality in the stars delicious meal
want to live 3. Useful
phrases:
problem with
a hotel room

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10.Eating 1.Eating 1. Countable and 1.Two 1. Eat well, 1. A man talking
Diets habits uncountable nouns, menus enjoy your about his clothes
Food and 2. Diets some/any, how 2.Connecti food and lose 2. TV presenter
drink FOOD 3. Favourite much/how many ng weight describing people
foods 2. Focus on : in, on, sentences. 2. Useful arriving at the
4. Anecdote: above, under, next to phrases; Oscars

22 academic hours
your last buying a
delicious sandwich
meal

11.Descrip 1. Family 1. Present 1.Connecti 1. Mr 1.The most


tion similarities continuous ng Average and valuable things
Clothes 2. People‘s 2. Plural nouns: a sentences his clothes 2. Phoning a lost
LOOKS

clothes pair of. 2.Descript 2. Useful property office


3.Phrasal verbs ( get) ion of a phrases:
person buying
clothes

12.Possess 1. Money 1.Comparative and 1.Summar 1.savekaryn.c 1. A radio


ions 2. How much superlative y of om programme
Shopping you pay for adjectives graphic 2. Lost Hidden talents
MONEY

things 2.Big numbers. data property


3.What to do 3.Phrasal verbs (like) 3. Useful
if you lost phrases :
your thing describing
objects
13.Abilitie 1. How you 1. Can for ability. 1.Correcti 1. Joaquin 1. Different TV
s do things 2.Adverbs of ng capital Cortes : a life programmes
Character 2. Dance manner. Frequency letters and in dance 2. Interview with

22 academic hours
3. Character expressions spelling. 2. How do the winner of Big
TALENT

2. Focus on : be 2.Descript people really Brother


ion of a see you 3. Juliet‘s
talented 2. Useful favourite TV
person phrases: programme
Making
excuses
14.Televis 1.TV 1. Future forms : 1. Linking 1. Big 1. Fifteen places
ion programmes want to, would like words : Brother of a lifetime
Dreams 2. Future to, hope to, (be) and, but, 2. Useful 2. Conversation
Plans plans and going to because. phrases : between two old
intentions 2. Focus on: what… 2.Complet suggestions school friends
TV

3. Anecdote : and how… ? ing a and offers 3. Tom‘s oldest


your 3. Sentence stress forms friend
favourite TV
programme

15.Experie 1.Your travel 1. Present perfect + 1. Wh 1. Adventure 1. Interview


EXPERIENC

nces experiences ever. questions World Travel about Heinz


Old 2. Old friends 2.Present perfect or 2.Expandi 2. Useful Stucke
ES

friends 3. Anecdote : past simple ng notes phrases :In a 2. Carla‘s


An old into a text restaurant interesting drive
school friend

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16.Journey 1.Commuting 1. Questions with 1. Your 1. Driving to

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s 2. Journeys prepositions. Tense journey to work
Traffic review work / 2. Useful
DRIVE 2. Prepositions of school phrases :
movement. 2. Using directions
3.Focus on : across, adjectives.
down, into, out of, Text
past, through, up organizati
on
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Учебно-методическая литература:
1. Sue Kay, Vaughan Jones - New Inside Out Beginner Student’s Book, Macmillan, 2013
2. Sue Kay, Vaughan Jones - New Inside Out Beginner Workbook, Macmillan, 2013
3. Sue Kay, Vaughan Jones - New Inside Out Beginner Teacher’s Book, Macmillan, 2013
4. Sue Kay, Vaughan Jones - New Inside Out Elementary Student’s Book, Macmillan,
2013
5. Sue Kay, Vaughan Jones - New Inside Out Elementary Workbook, Macmillan, 2013
6. Sue Kay, Vaughan Jones - New Inside Out Elementary Teacher’s Book, Macmillan,
2013
7. R.Murphy- Essential Grammar in Use third edition, Cambridge University Press, 2007
8. M. McCarthy, F. O’Dell - English Vocabulary in Use Elementary, Cambridge
University Press, 2007
9. P. Watcyn -Jones – Grammar in games and activities
10. P. Watcyn -Jones - Vocabulary games
11. К.Н. Качалова, Е.Е. Израилевич - Практическая грамматика английского языка с
упражнениями и ключами, ЮНВЕС, 1998

Контрольно-измерительные материалы – см. Приложение 1

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Курсы английского языка
Уровень А2
(A2.1 Pre-Intermediate-1, A2.2 Pre-Intermediate-2)
Цели: по итогам курсам достичь уровня знаний, соответствующих уровню А2
европейского языкового стандарта.
Задачи: Научить студентов общаться на простые темы, рассказывать о прошлом,
настоящем и будущем, о планах, пожеланиях, предпочтениях, понимать несложные
высказывания, писать деловые сообщения.
Срок обучения: Минимальное количество часов – 128 академических часов
Минимальный срок обучения по программе – 4 месяца
Компоненты программы: Коммуникативные задачи, Грамматика, Письмо,
Рекомендуемые тексты по чтению, Рекомендуемые тексты по аудированию.
Аспекты: Говорение, Грамматика, Письмо, Чтение, Аудирование.
Отбор материала для данного курса осуществлен с учетом целей и задач обучения,
определяемых коммуникативными потребностями учащихся, владеющих французским
языком на уровне А1.
Программа курса состоит из следующих аспектов:
1. Говорение: речевая деятельность учащихся. На данном этапе осуществляется
увеличение коммуникативного запаса за счет стандартизованных ситуаций
общения, представленных в контекстe, с постоянным расширением границ
ситуации.
2. Аудирование. Развитие навыков восприятия иностранной (английской) речи на
слух. При обучении на данном этапе используется и монологическая речь, и беседы
между двумя и более людьми, однако особый акцент делается на воспроизводящие
произносительные навыки учащихся (в первую очередь, на интонационное
оформление отдельных фраз, изучаемых в разделе «Говорение», а также
микротексты).
3. Чтение. Выбор текстов для данного раздела осуществляется исходя из набора
предложенных тем и словарного запаса учащихся. Кроме того, часть текстов
направлена на расширение социокультурной компетенции учащихся.
4. Письмо. На данном этапе учащиеся знакомятся с правилами оформления
следующих типов текста: форма-шаблон (form filling), статья для блога (web
posting, travel blog), запрос (letter of enquiry), описание (description and narration),
личное письмо (personal letter)
5. Практическая грамматика. Морфология и синтаксис.
6. Лексика. Расширение словарного запаса учащихся определяется
коммуникативными ситуациями, тематическим и социокультурным аспектами.

Темы:
1. Имя
2. Место
3. Любовь
4. Траты
5. Здоровье и хорошая физическая форма
6. Работа
7. Экология
8. Образование
9. Улыбка
10. Стиль жизни
11. Животные
12. Невероятное и необычное
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Коммуникат Рекомендуемые
Разг-ая

Кол-во
часов
Тематическ мые тексты
тема
ивные Грамматика Письмо тексты по
ий блок по чтению
задачи аудированию
1.Names 1.Names and 1. Tense review 1.Form 1. What’s in a 1.Two people
Memory family 2.look/look like filling: name? talking about
Language 2. Memory personal 2.How to names
learning techniques informatio remember 2.Remembering

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3. Language n names at names
learning. parties 3. Lee talking
NAME

4.Anecdote: 3. Are you a about somebody


somebody who good who is important
is important to language to him
you leaner?
4. Useful
phrases:
Showing
interest
2.Place 1.Places in 1. Countable 1. Web 1. Win a 1. Three people
Home towns your country and uncountable posting. dream talking about

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Holidays 2. The best nouns. 2. 2.Spelling. holiday for their home
Countries thins from so/such, very/to. 3.Linking two! towns.
PLACE

different 3. Quantity sentences. 2.Everything’ 2. Emma talking


countries expressions s wrong here! about the best
3.Anecdote: 4. Focus on: like 3. Useful place she has
the best place phrases: ever visited
you have ever saying where
visited you are from
3.Relationshi 1.Relationship 1. Past simple 1. Writing 1. The 1. Fred and Edna
ps s and continuous. a story. Hollywood talking about
Stories 2. First 2. Adverbs of Linking director and their relationship

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meetings manner sentences. the Native 2. Get personal
3.Telling 3. ed/ing Narrative American game show
stories adjectives linkers. 3. Revenge is
LOVE

4. Focus on: get sweet; dinner


5. Irregular by post
verbs: sound 2. Useful
groups phrases:
Things in
common

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4.Presents 1. Buying 1. Adverbs of 1.Descript 1.What 1.Eddie talking
Clothes presents. frequency. ion of a people really about the last
Shopping 2.Anecdote: 2. Verbs with shop.Text want for their time he bought
the last time two objects. organisati birthday somebody a
you bought 3. Verbs on. 2. Men’s or present

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somebody a followed by ing- Linking women’s 2.Two men
SHOPPING
present form or to- sentences fashion? talking about
3.Attitudes to infinitive form. 3.The real shopping
shopping 4. Present price of
3.Shopping simple and fashion
trends and continuous. 4. Useful
habits 5. Quantity phrases: In a
collocations: a clothes shop
bunch of…, a
box of…, etc.
6. Plural nouns
5.Fitness 1. Health and 1.Comparative 1.Descript 1. Are you 1. Tina talking
Sport fitness. and superlatives. ion of a dangerously about her

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Stress 2. Anecdote : 2. Phrasal verbs. sporting unfit? experiences of
Your 3. How event.Text 2. 16 ways to sport at school
experiences of +adjective/adver organisati de-stress 2.Advertisers
FIT

sport at school on. 3. useful discussing sports


3.Sports stars Linking phrases : stars
4. Stress and sentences giving 3.Laughter clubs
laughter instructions

6.Work 1.Jobs 1. Permission 1. A job 1.Charlotte 1.Four people


Experience 2.Best and and obligation applicatio Dutton: from talking about
Retirement worst (can/have to) n mountains to their careers

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experiences 2.Present perfect 2. Letter modeling 2. Interview with
3. Anecdote : (time “up to of enquiry. 2. Nightmare a store owner
A person you know”) or past 3.Opening jobs 3. Kim
JOB

know with a simple and 3. Useful talking


good job (“finished” closing phrases: about
time) letters. Presenting her
3. Should yourself friend’s
5. Focus on: job
work and job

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7.Protests 1.Climate 1.Subject 1. Writing 1.Climate 1. Four people
Green issues change questions. a report change march talking about
Volunteering 2.Environment 2.Dynamic and 2. Making 2. How green why they are

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al issues stative written are you protesting
ECO 3.Volunteer meanings. suggestion 3.Welcome to 2.Two
work 3. Future forms: . Linking Original conversations
(be) going to sentences. Volunteers about
and present volunteering
continuous 3. Useful
4. Focus on : phrases: On the
have and have telephone
got
8.Schools 1. School 1.Permission 1.Personal 1. Training to 1. Andy talking
Families experiences and obligation letter be a geisha. about his
Social change 2.Anecdote: (could/had to) 2.Contract 2. Three favourite school
Your favourite should and must ions in generations subject

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school subject for advice informal 3. How to 2.Two
EDUCATION

3. What makes writing met the generations


a successful parents talking about
date 4. The perfect changes in
girlfriend/boy society
friend 3. A man meets
5. Useful his girlfriend’s
phrases: parents
Giving your
opinion
9.Character 1. Smiling 1. Verbs 1. Travel 1. Smile and 1. On holiday in
Parts of the 2. Describing followed by ing- blog. the world Thailand
body character form and to-inf. Listing smiles with 2. Living in
Thailand 3. Holidays 2.Present perfect points. you Thailand

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4. Things and simple and Using 2. What’s in a
places you continuous adverbs of smile
SMILE

know 3.Focus on: attitude. 3. Optimist or


verbs + ing- pessimist
form or to- 4. Thailand:
infinitive (with a land of smiles
change in 5. Useful
meanings) phrases :
using body
idioms

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10.Longevity 1.Lifestyles 1. will. Future 1. 1.How not to 1.A telephone
Health 2.Food and time clauses Narrative. die before enquiry
Food cooking after when, if, as Linking you get old 2. Josh talking

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Cars 3.Anecdote soon as, used to words : 2. 104 things about the
LIFESTYLE :the fittest/ while, to do with a fittest/healthiest
healthiest during banana person he knows
person you 3. My first 3.Patti’s dream
know car car
4. Cars 4. Useful
5. Anecdote phrases: Idioms
:your dream with food
car

11.Animals 1. Animals 1. Defining 1.Homoph 1.Description 1. Are you

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Pets 2. Moral relative clauses. ones of a sporting dangerously
People dilemmas 2.Unreal (bare/bear) event. Text unfit?
ANIMALS

3. Anecdote : conditionals. organization. 2. 16 ways to de-


A pet you 3.Adjectives + Linking stress
know preposition sentences 3. Useful phrases
3. Focus on: that : giving
instructions

12.Coinciden 1. Strange 1. Past perfect. 1.Descript 1. Two 1.Curro talking


ces coincidences 2.Passives. ion of a Lauras; about the most
Buildings 2. The most 3.Will and building. Worlds apart incredible

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The weather incredible might for future 2.Text 2. The coolest building he’s
INCREDIBLE

Predictions building possibility. organisati hotel in the ever seen


you’ve ever 3.Collocations on world. 2. North Pole
seen with have, 3.Prepositi 3. The Oracle weather forecast
3. The future make, take. onal 3. Useful
4. Focus on: phrases phrases:
collocations Exclaiming
with do, get, go,
have, make, take
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Учебно-методическая литература

1. Sue Kay, Vaughan Jones - New Inside Out Pre-Intermediate Student’s Book,
Macmillan, 2013
2. Sue Kay, Vaughan Jones - New Inside Out Pre-Intermediate Workbook, Macmillan,
2013
3. Sue Kay, Vaughan Jones - New Inside Out Pre-Intermediate Teacher’s Book,
Macmillan, 2013
4. R.Murphy- Essential Grammar in Use third edition, Cambridge University Press, 2007
5. M. McCarthy, F. O’Dell - English Vocabulary in Use Pre-Intermediate, Cambridge
University Press, 2007

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6. P. Watcyn -Jones – Grammar in games and activities
7. P. Watcyn -Jones - Vocabulary games
8. К.Н. Качалова, Е.Е. Израилевич - Практическая грамматика английского языка с
упражнениями и ключами, ЮНВЕС, 1998

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Курсы английского языка
Уровень В1
(B1.1 Intermediate-1, B1.2 Intermediate-2)
Цели: по итогам курсам достичь уровня знаний, соответствующих уровню В1
европейского языкового стандарта.
Задачи: Научить студентов понимать идеи четких сообщений, сделанных на
литературном языке на разные темы, типично возникающие на работе, учёбе, досуге
и описать впечатления, события, надежды, стремления, изложить и обосновать свое
мнение и планы на будущее.
Срок обучения: Минимальное количество часов – 128 академических часа.
Минимальный срок обучения по программе – 4 месяцев.
Компоненты программы: Коммуникативные задачи, Грамматика, Письмо,
Рекомендуемые тексты по чтению, Рекомендуемые тексты по аудированию.
Аспекты: Говорение, Грамматика, Письмо, Чтение, Аудирование.
Отбор материала для данного курса осуществлен с учетом целей и задач обучения,
определяемых коммуникативными потребностями учащихся, владеющих английским
языком на уровне А2.
Программа курса состоит из следующих аспектов:
1. Говорение: речевая деятельность учащихся. На данном этапе увеличение
коммуникативного запаса осуществляется за счет ситуаций общения,
представленных в широком контексте или смоделированных самими учащимися.
Круг тем довольно широк и связан с типичными ситуациями, возникающими на
работе, учебе, досуге, а также связанными с социокультурными особенностями
страны изучаемого языка.
2. Аудирование. Развитие навыков восприятия иностранной речи на слух. При
обучении на данном этапе используется и монологическая речь, и беседы между
двумя и более людьми. В качестве материала используются не только учебные
записи, но и оригинальные радио – и телепрограммы.
3. Чтение. Выбор текстов для данного раздела осуществляется исходя из набора
предложенных тем и словарного запаса учащихся. Большая часть текстов
направлена на расширение социокультурной компетенции учащихся.
4. Письмо. На данном этапе учащиеся знакомятся с правилами оформления
следующих типов текстf: писем (e-mails, informal letters, letters of thanks and
apologies, letter of complaint, letter requesting information, letter of advice), эссе
(essay), отзывы на фильмы (film review), рассказы (story) .
5. Практическая грамматика.
6. Лексика. Расширение словарного запаса учащихся определяется
коммуникативными ситуациями, тематическими и социокультурными аспектами.
Темы:
1. Друзья
2. Адреналин
3. Взаимоотношения
4. Вечеринка
5. Съедобное
6. Время
7. Новости
8. Путешествия
9. Мнения
10. Детство
11. Возраст
12. Стиль
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Разг-ая

Кол-во
часов
Тематическ мые тексты ые тексты по

тема
ивные Грамматика Письмо
ий блок по чтению аудировани
задачи
ю
1.Friends 1.Friends 1. Question 1. Emails 1.David 1.Three people
Lifestyle 2. Getting to forms. 2. Fractions Schwimmer: talking about
Communicati know you 2.Tense review. and Q&A keeping in

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on 3. How people 3.Questions percentages 2.Keeping in touch with
communicate with touch friends
FRIENDS

4. Anecdote : prepositions, 3. That was


A friend who subject when. This is
is different questions now.
from you 4.Adverbs of 4. Useful
frequency. phrases:
meeting
friends
unexpectedly
2.Experience 1.Exciting 1.Present perfect 3. Story 1.deadmike.c 1. Three
s experiences simple. om people talking
Sports (Intonation to 2.Past simple 2. Useful about
Injuries show strong and continuous. phrases : experiences

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feelings) 3.Comparatives giving advice 2. Two people
ADRENALIN

2. Sports and superlatives about talking about


3.Injuries 4.Gradable and complaints or sports they do
4. Anecdote : a non-gradable injuries
time when you adjectives. Time 3. Extra
were in a expressions, adjectives:
dangerous\ sports. exploring
exciting synonyms
situation
5. Describing a
city\town
3.Family 1.Personal 1. Dynamic and 1. Informal 1. Who do 1. Two people
Dating photos stative letter you carry talking about
Character 2. Family meanings. around? their

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RELATIONSHIPS

3.Firsts 2.Present perfect 3. Twenty- relationships


4. Dating simple and first century 2. Six people
continuous. dating talking about
2. What’s their ideal
your type partner
3. Useful
phrases: ‘less
direct’
language

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4.Festivals 1. Festivals 1.Phrasal verbs, 1. Letter of 1.Las Fallas 1.An interview
New Year 2. New Year 2.Future forms thanks and 2. How to with someone
Parties 3. Parties 3.Pronouns : apologies throw the about Chinese

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3.Anecdote : a anybody, best party New Year
party you’ve somebody ever (and
PARTY
been to 4. Do and make enjoy it!)
5. Extra Phrasal 3.Useful
verbs phrases:
6. Connected Inviting,
speech: making
gonna,gotta,wan excuses
na

5.Food 1.Chocolate 1.Countable and 1. Letter of 1. Chocolate 1. Some facts


Eating 2.describing uncountable complaint trivia about
Childhood food nouns. 2. Memories chocolate

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3.Eating habits 2.Quantity of food 2. An
4. Anecdote : expressions. 3. Useful interview with
EDIBLE

your childhood used to\would phrases : at a a person who


memories 2. Partitives : a restaurant : has eaten some
bar of, a bowl of register unusual food
etc…
3. Extra nouns
and articles

6.Time 1.Time- 1.Prepositions 1.Business 1.Test your 1.Three people


Punctuality keeping of time. letters attitude to talking about
Work 2.Work and 2.Modals of 2. Letter time-keeping their jobs
jobs obligation and requesting 2. Time-

10 academic hours
permission information saving tips :
3.Time lists
expressions, 3. Useful
TIME

phrasal verbs phrases: time


4. Extra Words idioms and
that are expressions
sometimes
confused
5. Ordinal
numbers

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7.Paparazzi 1.Celebrities 1. Verb patterns, 1.Personal 1.News in 1. An

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News stories and the 2.Passive news brief interview with
Crime paparazzi structures 2. Essay 2. An email a paparazzo
2. News stories 3.Headline with personal 2. A news
NEWS
3. Crime language news bulletin
3.Useful
phrases:
personal
news
8.Travel 1.Travelling 1. Modals of 1.Describin 1.Extract 1 1.Two people
Places 2.Describing deduction. g a place from The discussing a
Holidays places 2.Past perfect (English Beach friend’s travel
3.Injuries 3. Fixed names for 2. Extract 2 web page
4. Holidays expressions: famous from The

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5.Anecdote: a now or never, geographica Beach
journey you take it or leave it l features) 3.Bondi\
JOURNEY

have been on etc… Portinatx


4. .Extra beaches
Dictionary 4. Coast to
labels coast
5. Useful
phrases :
asking for
and giving
directions

9.Stereotypes 1. Men and 1. Reported 1. A book 1. Men and 1. Seven


Books women statements and review women : conversations
Films 2. Books, films questions 2. Film survey about book,
Music and music 2. ed and ing review 2. Men and films and
3. Anecdote : a adjectives women : music
film you 3. Extra survey results
enjoyed collocations 3. Mr Nice
OPINIONS

Guy
4. Book
choice
5. Pride and
prejudice :
synopsis
6. Useful
phrases:
giving your
opinion

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10.Children 1. Children 1. Defining 1. Letter of 1.Children’s 1.Children
Childhood and parents relative clauses. advice descriptions defining things
Parenting 2. Bringing 2.Real of a mother 2. TV
children up conditionals (1st 2. Lies, white interview with
3. Anecdote conditional), lies… and ‘pushy
CHILDHOOD
: an activity 3.indirect psychologists parents’
you did as a questions. 3. Useful
child 4. Phrasal verbs, phrases :
verb-noun describing
collocations, objects
proverbs, make
and let
5. Extra word
families

11.Regrets 1. Ageing 1. Unreal 1. Story 1. A 1.Conversatio


Age rockers conditionals conversation n between a
Dilemmas 2. Regrets (2nd and 3rd about a woman and a
3. Age conditionals). Rolling man about age
4.Discussing Wishes and Stones gig
dilemmas regrets. 2. Poem:
2. Adverbs of if…- from
attitude and Harley-
manner. Davidson
AGE

3. Extra advert
idiomatic 3. Ageism
expressions turned me
into a liar
4. Three
situations and
dilemmas
5. Useful
phrases: On
the telephone

12.Fashion 1. Physical 1. Adjective 1.Describin 1. How I get 1.Four people


Appearance description order. g a person dressed talking about
Routines 2.Describing 2.Have 2. Extract their favourite
yourself something done from Come clothes
3.Describing a 3. Extra Together 2. Two friends
STYLE

film character Exploring 3. Morning talking about a


4. Anecdote : meanings routines TV
somebody you 4.Useful programme,
met for the phrases: Ten Years
first time Small talk Younger
recently

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Учебно-методическая литература

1. Sue Kay, Vaughan Jones - New Inside Out Intermediate Student’s Book, Macmillan,
2013
2. Sue Kay, Vaughan Jones - New Inside Out Intermediate Workbook, Macmillan, 2013
3. Sue Kay, Vaughan Jones - New Inside Out Intermediate Teacher’s Book, Macmillan,
2013
4. R.Murphy- Grammar in Use third edition, Cambridge University Press, 2007
5. M. McCarthy, F. O’Dell - English Vocabulary in Use Intermediate, Cambridge
University Press, 2007
6. P. Watcyn -Jones – Grammar in games and activities
7. P. Watcyn -Jones - Vocabulary games
8. К.Н. Качалова, Е.Е. Израилевич - Практическая грамматика английского языка с
упражнениями и ключами, ЮНВЕС, 1998

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Курсы английского языка
Уровень В2
(B2.1 Upper-Intermediate-1, B2.2Upper-Intermediate-2)
Цели: по итогам курсам достичь уровня знаний, соответствующих уровню В1
европейского языкового стандарта.
Задачи: Научить студентов понимать общее содержание сложных текстов на абстрактные
и конкретные темы, в том числе узкоспециальные тексты, общаться с носителями языка
без особых затруднений для любой из сторон.
Срок обучения: Минимальное количество часов – 128 академических часа.
Минимальный срок обучения по программе – 4 месяцев.
Компоненты программы: Коммуникативные задачи, Грамматика, Письмо,
Рекомендуемые тексты по чтению, Рекомендуемые тексты по аудированию.
Аспекты: Говорение, Грамматика, Письмо, Чтение, Аудирование.
Отбор материала для данного курса осуществлен с учетом целей и задач обучения,
определяемых коммуникативными потребностями учащихся, владеющих французским
языком на уровне А2.
Программа курса состоит из следующих аспектов:
1. Говорение: речевая деятельность учащихся. На данном этапе увеличение
коммуникативного запаса осуществляется за счет ситуаций общения,
представленных в широком контексте или смоделированных самими учащимися.
Круг тем довольно широк и связан с типичными ситуациями, возникающими на
работе, учебе, досуге, в том числе связанными с социокультурными особенностями
страны изучаемого языка.
2. Аудирование. Развитие навыков восприятия иностранной речи на слух. При
обучении на данном этапе используется и монологическая речь, и беседы между
двумя и более людьми. В качестве материала используются не только учебные
записи, но и оригинальные радио – и телепрограммы.
3. Чтение. Выбор текстов для данного раздела осуществляется исходя из набора
предложенных тем и словарного запаса учащихся. Большая часть текстов
направлена на расширение социокультурной компетенции учащихся.
4. Письмо. На данном этапе учащиеся знакомятся с правилами оформления
следующих текстов: биография (short biography), статья (article), эссе (discursive
essay), разнообразные заметки – описания (descriptions).
5. Практическая грамматика.
6. Лексика. Расширение словарного запаса учащихся определяется
коммуникативными ситуациями, тематическими и социокультурными аспектами.

Темы:
1. Впечатления
2. Поколения
3. Золото
4. Трудности
5. Традиции
6. Еда
7. Побег от повседневности
8. Привлекательность
9. Гении
10. Продажи
11. Студенческая жизнь
12. Дом

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Рекомендуем
Коммуникат Рекомендуем

Разг-ая

Кол-во
часов
Тематичес ые тексты по

тема
ивные Грамматика Письмо ые тексты по
кий блок чтению
задачи аудированию
1.Events 1.Famous 1. Tense review. 1.Informal 1. Image 1.Four people
Madonna events 2.So and neither. letter Queen talking about
Self-image 2. Things in 3.Question tags. 2. Writing 2. Useful memorable
(collocation common 4.Indirect a short phrases: events

10 academic hours
s, clothes 3. Anecdote : a questions. biography talking about 2. Two people
IMPRESSIONS

idioms) person who 5. Intonation in people’s meeting in a


made a big question tags appearance coffee shop
impression on 3. Four men
you talking their
4. Madonna self- image
5. People’s
self-image,
clothes

2.School 1. Ages and 1. Verb patterns, 1. Writing 1.Vive la 1. Interview


exchanges stages adjective emails différence with some
Relationshi 2. School structures. 2. Problem parents
ps with exchanges parents 2. Interview
parents 3.Meeting the 3. Useful with a boyfriend
Boyfriends parents phrases : 3.Conversation

10 academic hours
GENERATIONS

and 4. Home stays showing between


girlfriends 5. Anecdote someone boyfriend and
Home stays :somebody’s around your girlfriend
home you have house 4.Conversation
stayed in between
boyfriend and
his girlfriend’s
parents
5. An au pair
talking about
her experience

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3.The 1849 1.Spending 1. Reported 1.Descript 1. Gold fever 1. Sam
gold rush money speech, ion 2. Where’s my Brannan:
Making 2. Having 2.unreal 2. Writing car California’s first
money money conditionals a story 3. What price a millionaire
Treasured 3.If you 3. have, make, from life 2. Father and

10 academic hours
possession governed your take pictures 4. Useful daughter
(Metaphor, country collocations. phrases : discussing
GOLD

money 4. Anecdote : shopping, money


expressions) your most explaining 3. Three people
treasured what you want discussing
possession money
4.Three people
talking about
their most
treasured
possessions
4.Expeditio 1.Challenging 1. Narrative 1. Writing 1.Ben 1. Polar bear
ns situations tenses an article Saunders: story
Charities 2.Anecdote a 2.Future Polar explorer 2. Four people
Health challenge you continuous and 2. Personal talking exercise
Smoking have faced perfect challenges :
3. Doing 3. Word MoonWalk

10 academic hours
things for formation: 3. I know it’s
CHALLENGE

charities prefix self, bad for me, but


4. The future suffixes I still can’t
5. Health and able\ible, stop
exercise 4.collocations in 4.Useful
6. Healthy a text, phrasal phrases:
eating verbs common
5. Extra Phrasal ailments :
verbs showing
sympathy,
recommendati
ons and advice
5.Superstiti 1. Personal 1.will, would & 1. Article : 1. Mind games 1. A woman
ons rituals used to for expressing 2. The King talking about
Habits 2. Habits and present and past an opinion and I her father and 10 academic hours
Wedding routines past habits, verb 2. writing 3. Useful his car
and present patterns a letter of phrases : 2. Four people
RITUAL

3.Marriage and 2. Guessing complaint annoying talking about


romance from context, habits wedding rituals
4. Anecdote : a collocations, 3. Four people
wedding expressions with talking about
you’ve been to go romance

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6.Restauran 1. Restaurant 1.Present perfect 1.Using 1.How to do 1.A man talking
ts experiences simple and linkers restaurant sign about the worst
Food 2.Food continuous, 2. Writing language waiter he’s
Vegetariani 3. Anecdote : passives review a 2. Is it time to encountered

10 academic hours
sm your favourite 2. Body and discursive give up meat 2. Interview
Food restaurant food essay 3. What’s so with a
EAT

Waste 4.Vegetarianis collocations, bad about restaurant critic


m guessing from bottled water?
5.Food waste context, linkers, 4.What a waste
6.Significant 3. Extra 5. Useful
numbers Exploring phrases:
synonyms complaints in a
restaurant,
food idioms
Middle Test

ac.hours
Speaking

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7.Holidays 1.Beach 1. Reporting 1. Travel 1. Extract from 1.Five people
Travel holidays verbs with or guide Notes From A talking about
Character 2. Anecdote : a without direct 2. Writing Big Country by their favourite
childhood objects. a Bill Bryson beach

10 academic hours
family holiday 2.Past modals of descriptio 2. Every 2. Three people
3. Travel obligation, n of a postcard tells a talking about
ESCAPE

experiences articles. place story their holidays


4. People you 3. Word 3. Never again! 3. Two people
meet on formation 4. Gone talking about
holiday :suffixes ful,ish fishing holiday
and less. romances
3.Pronunciation
of the in place
names

8.Descriptio 1. Beauty 1. Passive report 1. Writing 1. Is beauty in 1. Five people


ns 2. Cosmetic structures. a the eye of the say what they
Cosmetic surgery Have/get descriptio beholder? think makes a
surgery 3. Dating and something done. n of a 2. Surgery face attractive 10 academic hours
ATTRACTION

Dating relationships 2.Unreal person changed my 2. Three people


4. The law of conditionals : life discussing
attraction alternatives to if 3.Your dream cosmetic
5. Anecdote 3. Compound partner…in surgery
:the most adjectives, word five minutes 3. A radio
positive or building 4. Useful programme
negative 3. Extra phrases : body about ‘ the law
person you Metaphor idioms of attraction’
know

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9.Architectu 1.Buildings 1. Past modals 1.Extra 1. Where to go 1. A radio
re and places of deduction. Narrative to see a documentary on
Ancient 2. Ancient 2.Look, seem, 2. Writing masterpiece Stonehenge

10 academic hours
ruins ruins appear a story 2. Frida Khalo 2. A museum
Art GENIUS 3. Anecdote : 3. Time 3. Dream guide describing
Inventions your favourite expressions, invention three of Frida
historic place collocations, 4. Useful Khalo’s
4. Art and word families. phrases : paintings
paintings explaining 3. Interview
5.Inventions how something with Trevor
works Baylis

10.Advertisi 1.Logos and 1. Relative 1.Writing 1. Bonfire and 1. A marketing


ng adverts clauses. a film the Brands executive and a
The media 2.Celebrities Emphasis (cleft review 2.Commercial head teacher

10 academic hours
Cinema and the media sentences) breakdown talking about
3. Product 2. look at and 3.Licence to advertising
SELL

placement in see. sell 2.Discussion


film 3. Extra 4. Useful about truth and
4. Anecdote : a Collocations phrases : Using accuracy in
blockbuster 4. Stress in cleft emotive tabloids
movie you sentences language
have seen

11.Educatio 1. Education 1. Future forms 1. Extra 1. Look at us 1. Interview


n 2. Anecdote review. Future CV and now! with an
Future plans :your favourite time clauses letter of 2. Why eighteen-year-
after when, if… old’s parents

10 academic hours
Student life or least applicatio students love a
favourite 2. Is likely to, is n for a job journey to hell 2. Interview
STUDENT

teacher at expected to. 2. Writing 3. Useful with an


school Colloquial a letter of phrases : using eighteen-year-
3.The future expressions. applicatio appropriate old about her
4. Student Exaggeration. n language in a future
holidays 3.Abbreviations job interview
5. Telling a and acronyms
dramatic story

12.Houses 1. Houses and 1. Participle 1. Writing 1.The earth 1.Describing


Rooms lifestyles clauses. Nouns a shelter and the what a room
Breakfast 2. Rooms and quantity descriptio lighthouse says about a
10 academic hours

3. Anecdote : expressions n of a 2. A miner’s person


your favourite 2. Extra Get it holiday breakfast : 2. Three people
HOME

room right home extract from describe


4.Breakfasts Sons and breakfast from
Lovers their country
3. Useful
phrases: ways
of saying hello
and goodbye

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Final Test

ac.hours
Speaking

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Учебно-методическая литература

1. Sue Kay, Vaughan Jones - New Inside Out Upper-Intermediate Student’s Book,
Macmillan, 2013
2. Sue Kay, Vaughan Jones - New Inside Out Upper-Intermediate Workbook, Macmillan,
2013
3. Sue Kay, Vaughan Jones - New Inside Out Upper-Intermediate Teacher’s Book,
Macmillan, 2013
4. R.Murphy- Advanced Grammar in Use third edition, Cambridge University Press,
2007
5. M. McCarthy, F. O’Dell - English Vocabulary in Use Advanced, Cambridge
University Press, 2007
6. К.Н. Качалова, Е.Е. Израилевич - Практическая грамматика английского языка с
упражнениями и ключами, ЮНВЕС, 1998

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3. Список учебно-методической литературы

1. M. McCarthy, F. O’Dell - English Vocabulary in Use Advanced, Cambridge


University Press, 2007
2. P. Watcyn -Jones – Grammar in games and activities
3. P. Watcyn -Jones - Vocabulary games
4. R.Murphy- Advanced Grammar in Use third edition, Cambridge University Press,
2007
5. R.Murphy- Essential Grammar in Use third edition, Cambridge University Press, 2007
6. R.Murphy- Grammar in Use third edition, Cambridge University Press, 2007
7. Sue Kay, Vaughan Jones - New Inside Out Beginner Student’s Book, Macmillan, 2013
8. Sue Kay, Vaughan Jones - New Inside Out Beginner Teacher’s Book, Macmillan, 2013
9. Sue Kay, Vaughan Jones - New Inside Out Beginner Workbook, Macmillan, 2013
10. Sue Kay, Vaughan Jones - New Inside Out Elementary Student’s Book, Macmillan,
2013
11. Sue Kay, Vaughan Jones - New Inside Out Elementary Teacher’s Book, Macmillan,
2013
12. Sue Kay, Vaughan Jones - New Inside Out Elementary Workbook, Macmillan, 2013
13. Sue Kay, Vaughan Jones - New Inside Out Intermediate Student’s Book, Macmillan,
2013
14. Sue Kay, Vaughan Jones - New Inside Out Intermediate Teacher’s Book, Macmillan,
2013
15. Sue Kay, Vaughan Jones - New Inside Out Intermediate Workbook, Macmillan, 2013
16. Sue Kay, Vaughan Jones - New Inside Out Pre-Intermediate Student’s Book,
Macmillan, 2013
17. Sue Kay, Vaughan Jones - New Inside Out Pre-Intermediate Teacher’s Book,
Macmillan, 2013
18. Sue Kay, Vaughan Jones - New Inside Out Pre-Intermediate Workbook, Macmillan,
2013
19. Sue Kay, Vaughan Jones - New Inside Out Upper-Intermediate Student’s Book,
Macmillan, 2013
20. Sue Kay, Vaughan Jones - New Inside Out Upper-Intermediate Teacher’s Book,
Macmillan, 2013
21. Sue Kay, Vaughan Jones - New Inside Out Upper-Intermediate Workbook, Macmillan,
2013
22. К.Н. Качалова, Е.Е. Израилевич - Практическая грамматика английского языка с
упражнениями и ключами, ЮНВЕС, 1998

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4. Учебный план

Курсы английского языка


(наименование программы)

Цель: по итогам курсам достичь уровня знаний, соответствующих европейскому


языковому стандарту.
Ожидаемый результат: овладение слушателями языковым, речевым и собственно
коммуникативным материалом, соответствующим выбранному уровню европейского
языкового портфеля, а также способность продуцировать высказывания на различные
темы (как в рамках повседневного общения – для уровней А1-2, так и в профессиональной
коммуникации – для уровней В2-С1).

Категория обучающихся: лица со средним, высшим и неоконченным высшим


профессиональным образованием старше 18 лет.

Срок обучения: 720 ак.ч. (30 месяцев)

Режим занятий: 2 раза в неделю по 3 ак. часа

Форма итоговой аттестации: устное и письменное тестирование

Подур Тематический блок Форма контроля Кол-во часов


овень
А1
A1.1 Опрос
1. Знакомство Опрос 5 ак.ч
2.Страны и национальности Опрос 5 ак.ч
3.Взаимоотношения Опрос 5 ак.ч
4.Предпочтения Опрос 5 ак.ч
5.Образ жизни и работа Опрос 5 ак.ч
6.Время и повседневная Опрос 5 ак.ч
рутина
7.Достопримечательности Опрос 5 ак.ч
Нью-Йорка
8.Дом Опрос 5 ак.ч
9.Еда и напитки Опрос 5 ак.ч
10.Одежда Опрос 5 ак.ч
11.Важные события Опрос 5 ак.ч
12.Спорт Опрос 5 ак.ч
13.Путешествия Опрос 5 ак.ч
14.Цирк Опрос 5 ак.ч
15.Будущее Опрос 5 ак.ч
16.Финальное тестирование 5 ак.ч
Итого часов по подуровню А1.1 80 ак.ч
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А1.2 1.В аэропорту Опрос 10 ак.ч

2.Люди Опрос 10 ак.ч

3.Семья Опрос 10 ак.ч

4.Разные Опрос 10 ак.ч

5.Дни Опрос 10 ак.ч

6.Жизнь Опрос 10 ак.ч

7.Промежуточное тестирование 4 ак.ч


Итого часов по подуровню А1.2 64 ак.ч.
А1.3 8.На море Опрос 10 ак.ч

9.Одиночество Опрос 10 ак.ч

10.В отеле Опрос 10 ак.ч

11.Еда Опрос 10 ак.ч

12.Внешний вид Опрос 10 ак.ч

13.Деньги Опрос 10 ак.ч

14. Финальное тестирование 4 ак.ч


Итого часов по подуровню А1.3 64 ак.ч.
Итого часов по уровню А1 208 ак.ч.
А2
А2.1 1.Имя Опрос 10 ак.ч

2.Место Опрос 10 ак.ч

3.Любовь Опрос 10 ак.ч

4.Траты Опрос 10 ак.ч

5.Здоровье и хорошая Опрос 10 ак.ч


физическая форма

6.Работа Опрос 10 ак.ч

7.Промежуточное тестирование 4 ак.ч


Итого часов по подуровню А2.1 64 ак.ч.
А2.2 8.Экология Опрос 10 ак.ч

9.Образование Опрос 10 ак.ч

10.Улыбка Опрос 10 ак.ч

11.Стиль жизни Опрос 10 ак.ч

12.Животные Опрос 10 ак.ч

13Невероятное и Опрос 10 ак.ч


необычное

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14. Финальное тестирование 4 ак.ч
Итого часов по подуровню А2.2 64 ак.ч.
Итого часов по уровню А2 128 ак.ч.
В1
В1.1 1.Друзья Опрос 10 ак.ч

2.Адреналин Опрос 10 ак.ч

3.Взаимоотношения Опрос 10 ак.ч

4.Вечеринка Опрос 10 ак.ч

5.Съедобное Опрос 10 ак.ч

6.Время Опрос 10 ак.ч

7. Промежуточное тестирование 4 ак.ч


Итого часов по подуровню В1.1 64 ак.ч.
В1.2 8.Новости Опрос 10 ак.ч

9.Путешествия Опрос 10 ак.ч

10.Мнения Опрос 10 ак.ч

11.Детство Опрос 10 ак.ч

12.Возраст Опрос 10 ак.ч

13.Стиль Опрос 10 ак.ч

14. Промежуточное тестирование 4 ак.ч


Итого часов по подуровню В1.2 64 ак.ч.
Итого часов по уровню 128 ак.ч.
В2
В2.1 1.Впечатления Опрос 10 ак.ч

2.Поколения Опрос 10 ак.ч

3.Золото Опрос 10 ак.ч

4.Трудности Опрос 10 ак.ч

5.Традиции Опрос 10 ак.ч

6.Еда Опрос 10 ак.ч

7. Промежуточное тестирование 4 ак.ч


Итого часов по подуровню В1.1 64 ак.ч.
В2.2 8.Побег от повседневности Опрос 10 ак.ч

9.Привлекательность Опрос 10 ак.ч

10.Гении Опрос 10 ак.ч

11.Продажи Опрос 10 ак.ч

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12.Студенческая жизнь Опрос 10 ак.ч

13.Дом Опрос 10 ак.ч

14. Промежуточное тестирование 4 ак.ч


Итого часов по подуровню В1.2 64 ак.ч.
Итого часов по уровню 128 ак.ч.

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5. Приложение 1. Контрольно-оценочные материалы

Final Test
Name _______________________
A:Vocabulary B:Grammar C:Listening D:Reading E:Writing F: Speaking

_______/36 _______/34 _______/10 _______/10 _______/5 _______/5

Total_________\100
Part A: Vocabulary
1. Complete the words.

1) James is sometimes a bit s_________ , and doesn’t think of others.


2) We’re quite un_________ because we always go to the same place for our holiday.
3) This part of the city is a bit r____ , with a lot of derelict buildings.
4) It’s fashionable at the moment to have shiny m_________ gold or silver paint on your
car.
5) Leah left a t_________ message on the answerphone. Why was she so upset?
6) You shouldn’t have let your brother run off like that. It was very ir_________ .
7) I am rather i_________ and I hate waiting for people who are always late.
8) We were dis_________ with our new computer, so we took it back to the shop.
9) The cat was g_________ at the fish in the pond.
10) What made you a_________ for the Spanish course at this college?
11) I’d already handed in my work before I s_________ the mistake.
12) Please wipe your feet on the d_________ when you come in.
13) She didn’t n_________ the large stain that had appeared on the carpet.
14) Polly was lucky that she didn’t f_________ all her exams, because she did no work at all!
15) Not many students these get a full g_________ to pay for their education.
16) The postman couldn’t get the parcel through the l_________ as it was too big

(_______/16 points)

2. Underline the correct word.

1) Luke can be a bit laid back / enigmatic / stand-offish when you first meet him.
2) During / While / As soon as she slept, the thieves broke into the house.

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3) Although Betsy is rich and famous now, she’s very unpretentious / relaxed / open-
minded and still lives like she did before.
4) Many supermodels are considered very beautiful, with their high dimples / cheekbones /
lips.
5) Wanda will make a sensible decision. She’s very tolerant / dependable / level-headed
when it comes to buisness.
6) I’m afraid I find many modern buildings quite derelict / sprawling / hideous.
7) During / Barely / When ten minutes after the guests had arrived, it started to pour with
rain.
8) I’m sure Katy didn’t mean to offend you. She’s a very sensitive / sensible / straight
person.
9) Can you make out / notice / spot what that sign says? I can’t read it.
10) When will you come to your thoughts / senses / reality and realise this is never going to
work?
11) They’d never seen such a wonderful performance. It took their eyes / heart / breath
away.
12) I wish Julia would pay / give / make more attention to my advice.

(_______/16 points)

3. Replace the underlined words with an expression using the words in


brackets.

1) It’s your decision whether we go to the party tonight. I don’t care. (up)
________________________
2) They were delighted when they heard they’d won the lottery. (moon)
________________________
3) Do you think Kieran will ever forget this crazy idea? (system)
________________________
4) This computer is more than ten years old. It’s going to break at any moment. (legs)
________________________

(_______/4 points)

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Part B: Grammar
4. Complete the sentences with an appropriate word.

1) It looks as _____________ it’s going to snow later.


2) Have you ever been to the top of _____________ Empire State Building?
3) Gretchen _____________ to be a bit sad today. Do you think something’s wrong?
4) I wish I lived in _____________ bigger flat. This one is too small for me.
5) Has anyone ever told you, you look just _____________ George Clooney?
6) Have you met my brother _____________ lives in France?
7) There’s _____________ of food in the cupboard. Help yourself.
8) Bernard gave her a bunch of lilies, _____________ she can’t stand.
9) Do you have _____________ money to pay for this or do you need some more?
10) _____________ students in this school fail their exams. We have a 99% pass rate.

(_______/10 points)

5. Underline the correct words.

Yesterday Robert’s parents had a phone call from the headteacher to (1) inform / advise /
announce them that Robert was in trouble – yet again. Just last month Robert had been caught
copying answers to an exam paper from his classmate. On that occasion, Robert had (2)
confirmed / admitted / explained copying. He had (3) announced / suggested / explained that
he had been absent for a lot of the coursework, and he had (4) explained / confirmed / assured
his parents that it wouldn’t happen again. However, Robert (5) might / must / can’t have
forgotten his promise, because now he was in trouble for cheating again.

(_______/5 points)

6. Complete with the correct form of the verbs.

1) If you (1) _____________ (win) a lot of money, (2) _____________ (you / give) some of it
away?
2) Imagine you (3) _____________ (can swap) places with someone for a day, who (4)
_____________ (you / like) to be?
3) Supposing you (5) _____________ (can go) anywhere on holiday, where (6) _____________
(you / go)?
4) If you (7) _____________ (not have to work), what (8) _____________ (you / do) with your
time?

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5) As soon as you (1) _____________ (do) your work, could you help me with dinner?
6) Mum always insists I call her the minute I (2) _____________ (get) home.
7) Once they (3) _____________ (try) the new computer, they (4) _____________ (wish) they
had bought one years ago.
8) Don’t touch anything until the police (5) _____________ (arrive)!
(_______/8 points)
7. Rewrite the sentences using passive structures.

1) We expect the President to make a statement later.


The President ________________________________________________
2) People say that drinking tea is good for you.
It ________________________________________________________
3) Experts think that people lived in this region two thousand years ago.
It ________________________________________________________
4) People have always said that house was haunted.
It ________________________________________________________
5) We expect house prices to fall further this year.
House ________________________________________________________

(_______/5 points)

8. Complete the sentences using the correct form of the verbs in the box.
There are two extra verbs.

be allowed can’t had might must need ought should

1) Jill’s not at work today, and she felt ill yesterday. She _____________ stayed at home.
2) I missed the train. I _____________ left home earlier.
3) We _____________ take photos of the performance so we left our camera at home.
4) The neighbours are away. They _____________ gone on holiday, but I’m not sure.
5) You _____________ to bring a towel. I’ve got plenty.
6) Mum and Dad are here already! The journey _____________ taken very long.

(_______/6 points)

Part C: Listening
[UpInt track 6]

9. Listen and write who says that: Marcus, Panny, Carmen, Ellie or Jack.

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1) It gives you time to think.

2) I’ve begged her to stop.

3) And that’s the truth.

4) I’ve never had any trouble.

5) I’ll take your word for it.

6) The only downside is that it can be pretty cold.

7) I’m not addicted to it or anything.

8) You can’t be serious.

9) It’s not for everybody.

10) People call us nerds in anoracks.

(_______/10 points)

Part D: Reading
10. Read the text about Bill Gates and answer the questions.

William Henry Gates III (Bill) was born on October 28, 1955, in Seattle, Washington. Bill was
the second of three children in an upper-middle class family. He enjoyed playing games with the
family and was very competitive. He also loved to read. Bill became bored in public school so
his family sent him to Lakeside School, a private school, where he excelled in math and science
and did well in drama and English.

Gates became interested in computer programming when he was 13, during the era of giant
mainframe computers. His school held a fund-raiser to purchase a teletype terminal so students
could use computer time that was donated by General Electric. Using this time, Gates wrote a
tic-tac-toe program using BASIC, one of the first computer languages. Later he created a
computer version of Risk, a board game he liked in which the goal is world domination. At
Lakeside, Bill met Paul Allen, who shared his interest in computers. Gates and Allen and two
other students hacked into a computer belonging to Computer Center Corporation (CCC) to get
free computer time but were caught. After a period of probation, they were allowed back in the
computer lab when they offered to fix glitches in CCC’s software. At age 17, Gates and Allen
were paid $20,000 for a program called Traf-O-Data that was used to count traffic.

In early 1973, Bill Gates served as a congressional page in the U.S. House of Representatives.
He scored 1590 out of 1600 on the SAT and was accepted by Harvard University. Steve Ballmer,
who became CEO of Microsoft after Bill retired, was also a Harvard student. Meanwhile, Paul
Allen dropped out of Washington College to work on computers at Honeywell Corporation and
convinced Gates to drop out of Harvard and join him in starting a new software company in
Albuquerque, New Mexico. They called it Micro-Soft. This was soon changed to Microsoft, and
they moved their company to Bellevue, Washington.

In 1980, IBM, one of the largest technology companies of the era, asked Microsoft to write
software to run their new personal computer, the IBM PC. Microsoft kept the licensing rights for
the operating system (MS-DOS) so that they earned money for every computer sold first by
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IBM, and later by all the other companies that made PC computers. Microsoft grew quickly from
25 employees in 1978 to over 90,000 today. Over the years, Microsoft developed many new
technologies and some of the world’s most popular software and products such as Word and
Power Point. Although some have criticized Gates for using questionable business practices, he
built Microsoft into one of the largest companies in the world. He has been described as brilliant
but childlike, driven, competitive, intense, fun, but lacking in empathy.

Bill Gates is one of the richest men in the world. In 2012, his $61 billion dollars in assets made
him the world's second richest man according to Forbes Magazine. In 2006, Gates announced
that he would cut back his involvement at Microsoft to spend more time on philanthropy and his
foundation. The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation supports many causes including the quest to
eradicate Polio, fighting AIDS, malaria and tuberculosis; providing vaccinations for children;
and even reinventing the toilet among many other things.

1) In which of the following ways were Bill Gates and Paul Allen NOT alike?
a) They both liked computers
b) They both went to the same college
c) They both dropped out of college
d) They went to the same school

2) Microsoft earned money every time....


a) CCC used its software
b) IBM built a computer
c) IBM sold a computer running MS-DOS
d) Traf-O-data was used

3) The second to last paragraph describes...


a) how Microsoft became a bigger company than IBM
b) how Microsoft rose to a major corporation
c) how Bill Gates became a billionnaire
d) the technical details of MS-DOS

4) Where was Steve Ballmer a student?


a) Albuquerque, New Mexico
b) The passage doesn't say
c) Harvard University
d) Washington College

5) Which of the following WAS NOT a program written by Bill Gates or Paul Allen?
a) BASIC
b) A computerized version of Tic-Tac-Toe
c) A computerized version of Risk
d) Traf-o-Data

6) Which of the following was the EFFECT of Bill hacking into the CCC computer
a) He lost computer privileges
b) He met Paul Allen

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c) He wrote a TIC-TAC-TOE program
d) They were allowed back on the computer eventually

7) Which is NOT true about Bill Gates in the first paragraph?


a) He was competitive
b) He was born in Seattle, Washington
c) He enjoyed public school
d) He was involved in drama

8) If the entire passage was limited to the last paragraph, what would an appropriate name
for the passage be?
a) The Business Practices of Microsoft
b) Microsoft and its Billionnaires
c) Microsoft and its Software
d) The Rise of Microsoft

9) What does the word "philanthropy" mean in the last paragraph?


a) business
b) wealth
c) computer technology
d) charity

10) What question is answered in the second to last paragraph?


a) How many people work for Microsoft today?
b) How rich is Bill Gates?
c) What does empathy mean?
d) What new technologies, besides MS-DOS, did Microsfot develop?

(_______/10 points)

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Part E: Writing
11. Write your short biography.

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(_____/5 points)

Award a maximum of 5 points as follows:

• Accuracy of language (grammar and use of tenses): 2 points


• Appropriateness of vocabulary and expressions: 2 points
• Ability to link ideas clearly and structure different points: 1 point

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Part C: Speaking
1. Describe something you own which is very important to you.
You should say:
- where you got it from
- how long you have had it
- what you use it for; and
- explain why it is important to you.

You will have to talk about the topic for 1 to 2 minutes.


You have one minute to think about what you're going to say.
You can make some notes to help you if you wish.
2. Rounding off questions

Tell me
is it valuable in terms of money?
would it be easy to replace?

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