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Національний аерокосмічний університет ім. М.Є. Жуковського "ХАІ"

Міністерство oсвіти і науки, молоді та спорту України
Педагогічна преса Національна дитяча гаряча лінія

9 клас Урок №28 Контроль аудіювання.

Тема: Контроль аудіювання.

Мета:Комплексно перевірити та об’єктивно оцінити рівень мовної та        

           мовленнєвої компетенції учнів, провести контроль навичок

          аудіювання.  Розвивати логічне мислення, мовлення,   

          увагу, уяву. Виховувати інтерес до вивчення англійської мови.

Обладнання:.Зошити, картки з завданням контрольних робіт.

Література: Т. М. Кіктенко “Англійська мова”.

                                            Procedure

І.Greeting                                                                                                             

   II. Phonetic drills and Language drills.

1.Фонетична розминка.

2.Мовна розминка.

-Do you think you are a good person?

-What qualities do you think a well-bread person should have?

IІІ.Aim of the lesson

Т: Today we'll write  test to check your skills in reading and writing.                                           

ІV. Instructions for the reading test.

T: Listening comprehension test has 2 tasks. For  the first and the second task you can get 6 points. The total score of  two tasks is 12 points.

T: Read the text and do the task.                                  

 

PLASTIC BAGS

Twelve years ago, oceanographer Captain Charlie Moore was skip­pering his yacht the Alguita in the North Pacific. He sailed into a mass of floating plastic rubbish which took him and his crew a week to cross. This floating rubbish dump is now called the Great Pacific Garbage Patch and doubles the size of the USA.

The United Nations says there are now 18,000 pieces of plastic in every square kilometre of sea everywhere in the world. A walk along any beach will give you some idea of the seriousness of plastic pollution.

The trouble is, when we throw out plastic with the trash, the plastic doesn't go away. Plastic does not biodegrade. It photo degrades into smaller and smaller particles which then enter the food chain. Plastics contain cancer-causing chemicals such as vinyl chloride which travel along the food chain in increasing concentrations and end up in our fish and chips, along with hormone disruptors such as bisphenol A. Scien­tists try to tell us that we are killing ourselves as well as other animals. At least 200 species are, as I speak, being killed by plastic. Whales, dol­phins, turtles and albatross confuse floating plastic, especially shop­ping bags and six pack rings, with jellyfish. A dead Minke whale, washed up on a Normandy beach, was found to have eaten plastic bags from su­permarkets and had died a dreadful death.

8 % of all the world's oil production is for plastic. According to the Unit­ed States Environmental Protection Agency, companies manufacture 5 bil­lion plastic bags a year. Of all the plastic produced annually, half is for pack­aging which gets thrown out with the trash a few minutes after purchase. And 10% of all rubbish is plastic bags which take from 400 to 1000 years to degrade. Less than one per cent of plastic bags are recycled and only 4 % of all other plastic waste, the reason being it is simply too expensive to do.

The same lobbies that work against electric vehicles and renewable energies, put governments under pressure not to act against plastic pol­lution. This is because plastic represents 8 % of all the world's oil pro­duction. These lobbies, acting on behalf of oil companies, represent an unsustainable approach to profit. To paraphrase the Cree Indian pro­phecy, only when we have wiped everything out will we realize that money cannot be eaten.

Some countries have rebelled and banned plastic bags. And the first was brave Bangladesh. Then China took the same decision and, accord­ing to CNN Asia, saves itself 37 million barrels of oil a year. Botswana, Canada, Israel, Kenya, Rwanda, Singapore and South Africa have also banned plastic bags. Notice how many of the world's richest countries are not on this list. It's an absolute disgrace.

Alright, then. If we can't use plastic bags, how do we carry home the shopping? Take a back pack or a folding shopping trolley. Change super­market to one that provides biodegradable bags, made from potato starch for example. Use consumer power.

Personally speaking, what I need to find now, is a supermarket that sells biodegradable bin liners, otherwise I still end up using plastic.

 

I recently spent a week in New Zealand on honeymoon and saw that everyone was using special paper bin liners. I wish we did something similar here in Spain.

Think globally, act locally. A small Australian town is now one step ahead of the rest of the world. The inhabitants of Bundanoon in New South Wales have banned plastic bottles from the town. We need to fol­low their example and eliminate plastic from our lives, take care of the earth and vote for people we think will do the same.                   

I. T:Choose the correct answer.

1)  The writer says that we can get an idea of how much plastic rubbish there is in the oceans

a)    by looking at the sea.

b)        by travelling across the USA.   

c)          by taking a walk along any beach.

d)   by sailing across the Pacific.

2)  The reader learns that toxic chemicals get into our food.

      a)   from plastic bags from supermarkets.

      b)   because other animals are being killed by plastic.

c)          because plastic does not biodegrade.

d)   when plastic becomes small enough to enter our food chain.

3) In the last sentence of the third paragraph, what does 'it' refer to?
        a)   plastic waste

b)         plastic bags                               

c)           money                                                       

d)         recycling                                              

4)  Which of the following best explains the Cree Indian prophecy?

a)           Money isn't food.

b)    Oil companies are polluting the earth. 

c)           People are greedy.                         

d)         If we destroy our environment, we will destroy ourselves.

5)  In the fifth paragraph the writer is angry because

a)           not many countries have banned plastic bags.

b)    countries aren't saving enough oil.    

c)           most of the countries are African.

d)    not many of the world's richest countries have banned plastic bags.

6)  What does the reader learn about New Zealand?

a)           It is a nuclear free country.              

b)         The supermarkets don't have plastic bags.    

c)           The writer was on holiday there.   

d)         People use biodegradable bags for the rubbish.

7)  In the final paragraph the writer advises us to

a)           take individual action.

b)     stopvoting.  

c)           stop buying plastic bottles.             

d)    visit Australia.

II. T: Say True or False                                                   

1)        Plastic bags are not so important as they are described.    

2)        A huge number of plastic bags are produced a year.

3)        A huge number of plastic bags are recycled.     

4)        In some countries plastic bags are forbidden.

5)        A small Australian town is now one step ahead of the rest of the world.

6)        The author considers that consumers could change the situation.

                Keys for the reading test

I.                 

1.    c)

2.    d)

3.    d)

4.    d)

5.    d)

6.    d)

7.    a)

II.

1. T

2. T

3. F

4. F

5  T

6 T

VI. Homework.

   Повторити  граматичний матеріал.

   VII. Summarizing.

   Which of the tasks were more difficult?  

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