Методическая разработка — Подготовка к ЕГЭ. Английский язык

Актуальность рассматриваемой проблемы обуславливается сменой образовательной парадигмы от знаниево-ориентированной (ориентировка на запоминание информации) к личностно-ориентированной, где ориентировка на коммуникативную деятельность с целью использования полученной информации, как средства познания и самопознания, социально окрашена и предназначена для понимания обучающимися своего места в окружающем мире. Используя в качестве классификационного признака информационно-коммуникативные процессы, следует выделить следующие группы умений работы с информацией: умения обработки, переработки, приема, передачи, поиска и хранения учебной информации. Основным средством формирования умений работы с информацией выступает система коммуникативных задач и заданий к ним. Коммуникативные задачи являются средством организации и управления коммуникативной деятельностью учащихся, своеобразным проводником педагогического воздействия.

В коммуникативных задачах создаются проблемные ситуации, решение которых и обеспечивает формирование коммуникативных умений. Коммуникативные задачи реализуются в заданиях посредством приемов создания информационного неравновесия, ранжирования, перекодирования информации.

Методической основой формирования умений работы с учебной информацией является учение о типах ориентировки. Формирование данных умений наиболее эффективно осуществляется по третьему типу ориентировки. CARD # 1 Contracts and their performance · In what case will a letter of complaint be sent? · How can a claim be settled?

· What is a special clause in contracts usually devoted to? · What points are usually stipulated by the contract? · In what case is an umpire appointed? CARD # 2 Replies to enquires and offers · What percentage do replies to enquires provide for? · Are replies to enquires considered urgent? · What should be taken into account while aswering enquires?

· Why should you be tactfull? · What can you do in order not to rebuff yourself? CARD # 3 Orders in import trade and their extention · What does the buyer ask the seller to do in some trades? · When does the buyer make an order? · In what case are trial orders placed? · What does the a client usually do if trial orders turn out good?

· Whar is an order-sheet? CARD # 4 Letters of credit · What is the simpliest way of clearing debts? · What is a bank requested to do?

· What is the mail transfer? · What point is often stipulated in the contracts? · What is the difference between revocable and irrevocable credits? CARD # 5 Agency · Why do companies often rely on the help of an agent? · What are his responsibilities?

What does an agent do? · What do companies do if they don’t know any prospective agent? · In what case a full agency is granted?

· How long do the articles continue to be the property of the foreign principal? CARD # 6 Contracts and their performance · What is a contract?

· Who are the contracts concluded between? · What does each international contract include? · What are the necessary parts of the contract? · What is the subject matter of the contract? CARD # 7 Complaints and their adjustment · When is a letter of complaint sent?

· What does the writer state in the letter of complaint? · What tone should complaints be written in? · What is the most diffficult task facing the correspondent? · How should we copy with a complaint? CARD # 8 Banking Loan Agency · What is a bank loan?

· How is the principal repaid? · What forms of a bank loan are mentioned in the text?

· What is the differece between unsecured and secured loans? · What kind of borrowers seldom default on loans?

CARD # 9 Accounting in a Company · What is work of any company impossible without? · What is accounting? · What is the main document of accounting? · What does the balance sheet consist of? · What is the main organizational principal of any company? CARD # 10 Banking Accounting of a Company · What types of markets are mentioned in the text? · What role do banks play nowadays?

· What are the traditional instruments of international bank payments? · How has the prossess of payment from bank to bank been quickened? · What is SWIFT? TEST 1.Put the sentences into the Present Simple Tense. 1.His sister (to go) to school every day.

2.His sister (not to go) to school every day. 3.his sister (to go) to school every day? 4.You (to come) home at 6 o’clock every day. 5.You (not to come) home at 6 o’clock every day. 6. you (to come) home at 6 o’clock every day? 2.Put the sentences into the Past Simple Tense. 7. His sister (to go) to school yesterday. 8.His sister (not to go) to school yesterday. 9. his sister (to go) to school yesterday? 10.You (to come) home at 6 o’clock yesterday. 11.You (not to come) home at 6 o’clock yesterday. 12.you (to come) home at 6 o’clock yesterday? 3.Put the sentences into the Future Simple Tense. 13.His sister (to go) to school tomorrow. 14.His sister (not to go) to school tomorrow. 15.his sister (to go) to school tomorrow? 16.You (to come) home at 6 o’clock tomorrow. 17.You (not to come) home at 6 o’clock tomorrow. 18.you (to come) home at 6 o’clock tomorrow? 4. Put the sentences into the correct tense form. 19.I (to go)to bed at ten o’clock every day. 20.your brother (to wash) his face every morning? 21. My mother (not to drink) coffee in the morning. 22. I (to go)to bed at ten o’clock yesterday. 23.your brother (to wash) his face in the morning yesterday? 24. My mother (not to drink) coffee in the morning yesterday. 25.I (to go)to bed at ten o’clock tomorrow. 26.your brother (to wash) his face in the morning tomorrow? 27.My mother (not to drink) coffee in the morning tomorrow. 5.Make the sentences interrogative. 28.Tom always eats breakfast. 29.He ate breakfast yesterday. 30.He will eat breakfast tomorrow. 31.They always get up at seven o’clock. 32.They got up at seven o’clock yesterday. 33. They will get up at seven o’clock tomorrow. 6.Make the sentences negative. 34.Tom always eats breakfast. 35. He ate breakfast yesterday. 36.He will eat breakfast tomorrow. 37.They always get up at seven o’clock. 38.They got up at seven o’clock yesterday. 39. They will get up at seven o’clock tomorrow. 7.Write down the sentences. 40.you when up get do? 41. does she not to go bed o’clock seven at. 42.cook we to like. 43. did he not have yesterday breakfast. 44.five we have shall tomorrow lessons. 45. took it me hours two do my to homework. 8.Write sentences using can /can’t and levels of ability. (1-not at all; 2-a little; 3-not very well; 4-quite well; 5-very well) 46.Tessa /ski (1) 47.Paul /play table tennis (2) 48.Andy /windsurf (3) 49. Thomas /play football (4) 50.Linda /swim (5) Preview. Unit 1-5 — Good morning, Adam. — Morning. — Hello! Can I help you? — Yes, I’d like to go to Paris. — Right.

Where would you like to go? Right. Just a few details. What’s your name, please?

— Martinelli. Laura Martinelli. — Martinelli? That’s an Italian name. — Yes, my parents are Italian but I’m American. — How do you spell ‘Martinelli’?

With one ‘L’ or two? — Two ‘L’s. — And your address?

— It’s 1, Hollow Road, York. — Here’s your ticket. — Thank you. — And this is for you.

— What is it? — It’s a pen. It’s a present from British Airways. — Oh, thanks.

Bye! — Bye! — Good ___, Adam.

— ___. — Hello! ___ I help you? — Yes, I’d like ___ Paris. — Right. ___ would you like to go?

Right. Just a___ ___. What’s your name, please? — Martinelli.

Laura Martinelli. — Martinelli? That’s an Italian name. — Yes, my ___ are Italian but I’m American. — How ___ you ___ ‘Martinelli’? With one ‘L’ or two?

— Two ‘L’s. — And your ___? — It’s 1, Hollow Road, York. — ___ your ticket. — Thank you. — And this is for you.

— What is it? — ___ a pen. It’s ___ from British Airways. — Oh, thanks. ___! — Bye! 1 — Now, your name’s Tony, isn’t it?

— That’s right. — And you’re… — I’m a teacher.

— How old are you? — 25. — Right. And what sort of things are you interested in? — Well, I like reading and gardening. I’m a stay-at-home person, I suppose. — Do you enjoy travelling?

— No, not much. I like staying at home. 2 — What’s your name? — David. — And how old are you, David?

— I’m 31. — What do you do? — I’m a doctor. I work at St.

Thomas’s Hospital. — What are your interests? — Well, I like classical music and the theatre, going to restaurants. — What about sports? — No, I don’t really like sports at all. — And what sort of person would you like to meet? — Someone not too old and not too young.

Someone who likes the the same things as me. 3 — And your name is… — Simon. — And what do you like doing in your spare time? — I like keeping fit, playing tennis, walking and so on.

— Anything else? — I like going to the cinema, going to discos.

— What about music? — I don’t like classical music very much. I like rock music. — And how old are you Simon? — I’m 19.

— What do you do? — I’m a student. I think it’s my favourite city in the world.

It’s very big but it has the feeling, sometimes, of beeing really very small. Because there, there are certain parts of the city which have very small streets, and very small shops, and bars. There are millions and millions of things to do there. There are museums, discos — the nightlife is terrific. It’s a city that is never boring.

It’s full of historical buildings, and also there are a lot of modern buildings there as well. So, there’s an exraordinary mixture. There are many different ways of seeing the city, apart from the Metro. A ride in a cab in this city is quite an event. Another way of seeing it is to take a trip down the river on a bateau mouche. From the boat you can see pretty well everything — everything from the Eiffel Tower to Notre Dame.

I think it’s my ___ city in the world. It’s very big but it has___, sometimes, of beeing ___ very small. Because there, there are certain parts of the city which have very small streets, and very small shops, and___. There are millions and millions of things ___ there.

There are___, discos — the ___ is___. It’s a city that is never___. It’s ___ historical buildings, and also there are a lot of ___ buildings there___.

So, there’s an___ ___. There are many different ___ seeing the city, ___the Metro. A ride in a cab in this city is___. Another way of seeing it is to ___ ___down the river on a bateau mouche.

From ___ you can see pretty well everything — everything from the Eiffel Tower to Notre Dame. Выполнила: Солдатченко В. П., Учитель английского языка МОУ СОШ № 6