пʼятниця, 8 травня 2020 р.

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Завдання для групи Є31

05.05.20
Тема: Контроль навичок читання
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Tape script 10


Sister Coxall had been running Violet Ward for many years. Her pride and joy was her own little office,  scrupulously clean, its walls glistening with fresh white paint. She sat at her desk, her eyes       unseeing. Who was this new doctor, anyway? Some silly youth fresh from medical school? What right had he to interfere in the running of her ward?
She had met him yesterday. He had driven into the hospital grounds and almost driven over her. There       were plenty of ‘Go Slow’ notices within sight. Besides, almost everybody who worked at the hospital          knew she walked through the grounds at that time of day.
‘Are you all right?’ he had said, getting out of his car. ‘I really wasn’t concentrating.’ He seemed                  embarrassed. ‘Er, Sister, I’m frightfully sorry.’
She couldn’t help smiling. ‘That’s all right, Mr –’ she paused politely.
‘Doctor – Doctor Green. I’ve just arrived, as you can see,’ he grinned. ‘I’m taking over the running of      D Block.’
Sister Coxall noticeably stiffened. ‘D Block?’ she echoed.
‘Look, get into my car, and I’ll drive you to the Nurses’ Home.’
They sat in silence and soon were climbing the dingy staircase leading to Sister Coxall’s neat room.            Once inside, she took off her cape. ‘Sit down, Doctor, I’ll make some tea.’
Sitting drinking the sweet tea, Doctor Green explained that he had always been interested in     psychiatric work and when he had finished his studies, he had applied for this post in one of the country’s         largest psychiatric hospitals. He had not expected to get the job, but he did, and without an interview.          
He told her of the great changes and new ideas he hoped he would introduce. ‘For instance,’ he said,           ‘the sister on Violet Ward has been working there for ten years. She must have lost her identity to some       extent. Her patients must be more like children to her than sick people.’ He leaned forward. ‘You know,       Sister, she is in danger of illness herself. Tomorrow, when I begin my work, I intend to move that sister         to a different ward. She may not realise it at the time, but the change will do her good.’
Sister Coxall listened, a faint pink flush tinged her ears.
The day had arrived. She looked around her office. She was going to be removed from this, her home,          and placed among strangers.
‘No,’ she screamed, and her fist came heavily down upon the desk, scattering pens into sudden life.
Sister Coxall’s mind began to work. Now it raced. Nobody knows he is coming here except me. He              said he was going to stay at a hotel last night and was coming straight to the ward this morning, before       reporting to the General Office. He had no white coat or identity badge yet.
A diabolical smile drew back the corners of her thin straight mouth. ‘There is only one thing to do,’                   she    muttered, and rose and went to the door.
‘Nurse,’ she called, ‘a new patient is expected this morning, a Mr Green. When he arrives, bring him           straight to my office.’ She looked down at the empty report paper she held in her hand. ‘It says here           that he is paranoid and greatly confused; he thinks he’s a doctor. Humour him, Nurse. I’ll prepare a              strong sedative.’
Going to the cupboard, Sister Coxall took down a syringe and filled it with a cool orange liquid. She             then took an empty file from a cabinet and began to prepare a written report on Mr Green.
She sighed. The ward was full of men, all confused, all insisting they were doctors. No one was ever             going to take her ward and office away from her. No one.
                      

ILook at the events of the story. They are in the wrong order. Try and guess the right order.
Write the corresponding order number of the sentence in your answer sheet.
a) Sister Coxall was in charge of Violet Ward.
b) Dr Green was interested in psychiatric medicine.
c) She met the new doctor.
d) He got out of his car.
e) She wondered who the new doctor was.
f) He nearly ran her over.
g) She offered him tea.
h) He gave her a lift to the Nurses' Home.
i) She listened to his plans for Violet Ward.
j) He had recently finished his studies.
k) She walked through the hospital grounds.
l) He got the new job without an interview.

II. Match each question with one of the answers below.

1    Why was Sister Coxall angry?
2    Why did nobody know what Dr Green looked like?
3    Why did she want him to come straight to the ward?
4    How do we know it was a lie that Dr Green was paranoid and confused?
5    Why did she fill the syringe?
6    How do we know this was not the first time she had done this?
7    How did Sister Coxall know that the person who had almost driven over her was new to the hospital?
8    Why did Dr Green intend to move the sister on Violet Ward to a different ward?


 Because the sedative would make Dr Green easy to handle.
b Because she was only pretending to read from a report
c  Because the ward was full of men all insisting they were doctors.
d Because he hadn't been to the General Office yet to get his identity badge.
e  Because she didn't want him to suspect that the nurse thought he was a patient.
f   Because she wanted to stay in her job.
Because almost everybody who worked at the hospital knew she walked through the grounds at that time of day.
h Because she must have lost her identity to some extent and was in danger of illness herself.

неділя, 3 травня 2020 р.

Завдання для групи П35

04.05.20
Тема: Урок позакласного читання
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Завдання для групи Є31

04.05.20
Тема: Контроль навичок читання
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Tape script 10


Sister Coxall had been running Violet Ward for many years. Her pride and joy was her own little office,  scrupulously clean, its walls glistening with fresh white paint. She sat at her desk, her eyes       unseeing. Who was this new doctor, anyway? Some silly youth fresh from medical school? What right had he to interfere in the running of her ward?
She had met him yesterday. He had driven into the hospital grounds and almost driven over her. There       were plenty of ‘Go Slow’ notices within sight. Besides, almost everybody who worked at the hospital          knew she walked through the grounds at that time of day.
‘Are you all right?’ he had said, getting out of his car. ‘I really wasn’t concentrating.’ He seemed                  embarrassed. ‘Er, Sister, I’m frightfully sorry.’
She couldn’t help smiling. ‘That’s all right, Mr –’ she paused politely.
‘Doctor – Doctor Green. I’ve just arrived, as you can see,’ he grinned. ‘I’m taking over the running of      D Block.’
Sister Coxall noticeably stiffened. ‘D Block?’ she echoed.
‘Look, get into my car, and I’ll drive you to the Nurses’ Home.’
They sat in silence and soon were climbing the dingy staircase leading to Sister Coxall’s neat room.            Once inside, she took off her cape. ‘Sit down, Doctor, I’ll make some tea.’
Sitting drinking the sweet tea, Doctor Green explained that he had always been interested in     psychiatric work and when he had finished his studies, he had applied for this post in one of the country’s         largest psychiatric hospitals. He had not expected to get the job, but he did, and without an interview.          
He told her of the great changes and new ideas he hoped he would introduce. ‘For instance,’ he said,           ‘the sister on Violet Ward has been working there for ten years. She must have lost her identity to some       extent. Her patients must be more like children to her than sick people.’ He leaned forward. ‘You know,       Sister, she is in danger of illness herself. Tomorrow, when I begin my work, I intend to move that sister         to a different ward. She may not realise it at the time, but the change will do her good.’
Sister Coxall listened, a faint pink flush tinged her ears.
The day had arrived. She looked around her office. She was going to be removed from this, her home,          and placed among strangers.
‘No,’ she screamed, and her fist came heavily down upon the desk, scattering pens into sudden life.
Sister Coxall’s mind began to work. Now it raced. Nobody knows he is coming here except me. He              said he was going to stay at a hotel last night and was coming straight to the ward this morning, before       reporting to the General Office. He had no white coat or identity badge yet.
A diabolical smile drew back the corners of her thin straight mouth. ‘There is only one thing to do,’                   she    muttered, and rose and went to the door.
‘Nurse,’ she called, ‘a new patient is expected this morning, a Mr Green. When he arrives, bring him           straight to my office.’ She looked down at the empty report paper she held in her hand. ‘It says here           that he is paranoid and greatly confused; he thinks he’s a doctor. Humour him, Nurse. I’ll prepare a              strong sedative.’
Going to the cupboard, Sister Coxall took down a syringe and filled it with a cool orange liquid. She             then took an empty file from a cabinet and began to prepare a written report on Mr Green.
She sighed. The ward was full of men, all confused, all insisting they were doctors. No one was ever             going to take her ward and office away from her. No one.
                      

ILook at the events of the story. They are in the wrong order. Try and guess the right order.
Write the corresponding order number of the sentence in your answer sheet.
a) Sister Coxall was in charge of Violet Ward.
b) Dr Green was interested in psychiatric medicine.
c) She met the new doctor.
d) He got out of his car.
e) She wondered who the new doctor was.
f) He nearly ran her over.
g) She offered him tea.
h) He gave her a lift to the Nurses' Home.
i) She listened to his plans for Violet Ward.
j) He had recently finished his studies.
k) She walked through the hospital grounds.
l) He got the new job without an interview.

II. Match each question with one of the answers below.

1    Why was Sister Coxall angry?
2    Why did nobody know what Dr Green looked like?
3    Why did she want him to come straight to the ward?
4    How do we know it was a lie that Dr Green was paranoid and confused?
5    Why did she fill the syringe?
6    How do we know this was not the first time she had done this?
7    How did Sister Coxall know that the person who had almost driven over her was new to the hospital?
8    Why did Dr Green intend to move the sister on Violet Ward to a different ward?


 Because the sedative would make Dr Green easy to handle.
b Because she was only pretending to read from a report
c  Because the ward was full of men all insisting they were doctors.
d Because he hadn't been to the General Office yet to get his identity badge.
e  Because she didn't want him to suspect that the nurse thought he was a patient.
f   Because she wanted to stay in her job.
Because almost everybody who worked at the hospital knew she walked through the grounds at that time of day.
h Because she must have lost her identity to some extent and was in danger of illness herself.

понеділок, 27 квітня 2020 р.

Завдання для групи Є31

28.04.20
Тема: What do you think about New Zealand? (Що ти думаєшь про Нову Зеландію)
1. Подивіться відео та наптшіть невелике повідомлення, щодо Нової Зеландії (географічне положення, традиції, життя людей і т.д.). Виконане завдання можна відправити на мою пошту: s.kirichenko1987@gmail.com


Завдання для групи П 35

28.04.20
Тема: Державний устрій України.
Тема: Політичний устрій. Державна символіка України
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1. Translate the word-combinations: Read and pronounce correctly the words and word-combinations.
1. Constitution
2. President
3.Verkhovna Rada
4. Parliament
5. Cabinet of Ministers
6. Official
7. Deputies
8. National symbols
9. Flag
10.Emblem
2. Закріпіть знання лексики за посиланням

3. Прочитайте текст та дайте відповіді на запитання
The Political System of Ukraine
1.On the 24th of August, 1991, Ukraine proclaimed its independence. Nowadays Ukraine is a free independent state. By the form of government it combines the elements of presidential and parliamentary republic.
2.A new Constitution adopted on the 28th of June 1996 declared Ukraine a republic. It includes the Autonomous Republic of Crimea and 24 administrative regions.
3.The Constitution outlines the structure of the national government and specifies its powers and duties. Under the Constitution the powers of the government are divided into three branches
4.The legislative power  consists of the Verkhovna Rada, the executive power is  headed by the President, and the judicial power  is led by the Supreme Court.
5.The parliament - the Verkhovna Rada is the only body of the legislative power in Ukraine. There are 450 peoples deputies who are elected for a term of four years on the basis of universal, equal suffrage by the secret ballot.
6.The Verkhovna Rada`s main function is making laws. The Verkhovna Rada adopts the State Budget for the period from January 1 to December 31 and controls the execution of it. The monetary unit of Ukraine is the Hrуvnia.
7.The President of Ukraine is the head of the state and speaks on behalf of it. He is elected directly by the voters for a term of five years.
8.The highest body of the executive power is the Cabinet of Ministers. It is responsible to the President and is accountable to the Verkhovna Rada.
9.It carries out domestic and foreign policy of the State, the fulfilment of the Constitution, as well as the acts of the President, develops and fulfils national programs on the economic, scientific and technological, social and cultural development of Ukraine.
10.Justice in Ukraine is exercised entirely by courts. It is administered by the Constitution Court and by courts of general jurisdiction. The Supreme Court of Ukraine is the highest juridical body of general jurisdiction.  
Post-reading activity.
          T. I’d like you to work with the cards and answer the questions based on the text.
1. When did Ukraine proclaim its independence?
2. When was Constitution of Ukraine adopted?
3. How many branches the powers are divided?
4. What does the legislative power  consist of ?
5. How many deputies  are elected for a term of four years?
6. What is a monetary unit of Ukraine?
7. Who elects the President ?
8. What is the highest body of the executive power ?
9. What does Verkhovna Rada do?
10.What is the highest juridical body of general jurisdiction?


неділя, 26 квітня 2020 р.

Завдання для групи Є31

27.04.20
Тема: Нова Зеландія: географічне положення, історія, культура

1. Випишіть основні факти про Нову Зеландію
2. Запишіть назви 10 найкращих місць Нової Зеландії

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