Сабақ Оқытушы: ағылшын тілі кафедрасының 1 санатты оқытушысы



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  • “Means of Transport” тақырыбына ОНЛАЙН САБАҚ
  • Оқытушы: ағылшын тілі кафедрасының 1 санатты оқытушысы,
  • шетел тілдері магистры
  • Алтаева Үміт Әзірбаевна
  • ҚҰЗЫРЕТТІЛІККЕ ЖЕТКІЗЕТІН САБАҚТЫҢ МАҚСАТ-МІНДЕТТЕРІ:
  • а) ақпараттық: To retrieve the all necessary information concerning the types vehicle by means of reading texts, dialogs; to introduce the new lexical units, set expressions and idioms. To get information from the students’ project work on the given topic.
  • ә) коммуникативтік: To develop students’ attention, way of thinking, ability for swap work, their activity to use a language as an a means of communication between different cultures in the modern world, i.e , increase their language competency on the topic “Types of transport”, to acquire new practical skills and habits.
  • б) проблеманы шешу: To consider the given topic and to find the ways of setting it as a problem, to encourage the students’ interest to the foreign language learning, to demonstrate the practical appliance of the language with the help of solving different problems.
  • Сабақтың типі:
  • Аралас
  • Сабақта қолданылатын педагогикалық технологиялар:
  • А) Педагогикалық қарым-қатынаста жеке тұлғаны ізгілендіру және демократияландырудағы негізделген технологиялар: ынтымақтастық, білім беруді ізгілендіру
  • Ә) Оқушылардың іс-әрекеттік белсендіру және күшейту негізіндегі педагогикалық технологиялар: проблемалық, ойын,
  • В) Оқыту үрдісін тиімді басқару және ұйымдастыру негізіндегі педагогикалық технологиялар: АКТ, ұжымдық және топтық оқыту, жобалап оқыту
  • Г) Дамыта оқыту технологиялары: оқу мен жазу арқылы сыни тұрғысынан ойлауды дамыту
  • Сабақтың әдісі:
  • А) білім алу көзіне қарай топтастырылған әдістер: сөздік, көрнекілік, практикалық
  • Ә) таным белсенділігі деңгейіне қарай топтастырылған әдістер:
  • түсіндірмелі-иллюстративті, репродуктивтік
  • Б) оқытудың дидактикалық мақсат-міндеттеріне қарай топтастырылған әдістер
  • В) білімді бақылау, бағалау әдістері
  • Пәнаралық байланыс:
  • Geography, history.
  • Оқыту құралдары:
  • Projector, ICS, hand-outs, computer, pictures.
  • САБАҚТЫҢ БАРЫСЫ
  • Ұйымдастыру бөлімі. Фонетикалық жаттығу
  • Үй тапсырмасын тексеру
  • Өткен материалды қайталау арқылы жаңа материалды қабылдауға дайындық
  • Жаңа материалмен таныстыру:
  • Жаңа білімді бекіту
  • Үйге тапсырма. Қорытындылау. Бағалау

Фонетикалық жаттығу

  • Фонетикалық жаттығу
  • THEY WAIT AND WAIT FOR THE TRAIN BUT IN VAIN.

Transport, breakdown, buddy seat, cabstand, helmet, crossroad, garage,

  • Transport, breakdown, buddy seat, cabstand, helmet, crossroad, garage,
  • highway, mainroad, passenger compartment, park, parking place,
  • pedestrian, ring road, refuelling, sidewalk, station, traffic lights,
  • vehicle, overland transport, automobile, bulldozer, bus, catafalque, combine harvester, dust-cart, exavator, express train, jeep, loader, lorry, Metro, motor bike, motorcycle, petrol tanker, push-cycle, taxi, tram, trolley bus, truck, Undeground, components, boot, brake, bumper.
  • Өткен материалды қайталау арқылы жаңа материалды қабылдауға дайындық

The most unusual types of transport

Bamboo train, Cambodia

  • Those with a strong constitution may want to ride a Cambodian bamboo train – known locally as a nori. Passengers sit on a makeshift bamboo ‘train’ (basically just a bamboo platform) powered by an electric generator engine, perched just inches above the railway tracks and travelling at up to 40km/h. The unmaintained railway tracks make for a bumpy ride and the closest you’ll get to luxury is sitting on a grass mat. But the fares are low and this is a once in a lifetime experience, as all the locals use them for getting around. Pick up a nori from Battambang station.

Monte toboggan, Madeira

Monte toboggans came to being in the 19th century, as a fast way of getting down the hill from Monte to Funchal. Today, they’re more a tourist attraction than an everyday mode of transport for the locals. Pick up a toboggan at the bottom of the stairs leading to the Nossa Senhora do Monte Church. Once you’ve climbed into the wicker sledge, two drivers dressed in traditional white outfits will steer you down the narrow, winding streets to Funchal at up to 48km/h. It’s an extraordinary experience.

  • Monte toboggans came to being in the 19th century, as a fast way of getting down the hill from Monte to Funchal. Today, they’re more a tourist attraction than an everyday mode of transport for the locals. Pick up a toboggan at the bottom of the stairs leading to the Nossa Senhora do Monte Church. Once you’ve climbed into the wicker sledge, two drivers dressed in traditional white outfits will steer you down the narrow, winding streets to Funchal at up to 48km/h. It’s an extraordinary experience.

Jeepney, Philippines

Known as ‘the undisputed king of the road’ in the Philippines, the Jeepney is a mammoth vehicle. When the American troops pulled out of the Philippines at the end of World War II, surplus jeeps were gifted to the locals and this is how the original jeepneys came to being. The Filipinos stripped them down, added roofs for shade and used them to re-establish public transport in the country. Nowadays, brightly decorated jeepneys are a symbol of Philippine culture and the most popular way of getting around in the country.

  • Known as ‘the undisputed king of the road’ in the Philippines, the Jeepney is a mammoth vehicle. When the American troops pulled out of the Philippines at the end of World War II, surplus jeeps were gifted to the locals and this is how the original jeepneys came to being. The Filipinos stripped them down, added roofs for shade and used them to re-establish public transport in the country. Nowadays, brightly decorated jeepneys are a symbol of Philippine culture and the most popular way of getting around in the country.

Longtail boat, Thailand

  • Longtail boats are an icon of Thailand. Originally they were used in the canals that ran through Bangkok – and although the canals have now been filled and replaced with roads, the boats are still prolific in the country. As the name suggests, they are long and slim – the ideal shape for canal cruising – due to the long rod in the back of the boat which holds up the motor. Locals use these boats like public transport and riding one is an experience you can’t miss on a trip to the country.

Dog sleds, Alaska

Imagine drifting across a white canvas of snow as a troop of husky dogs pulls your sledge – it’s like something from a Christmas movie. In reality, dog sledding isn’t quite so graceful, it can be a bumpy ride and will be accompanied by your dogs’ barks, but nonetheless it’s certainly a unique journey. For most Alaskan locals this isn’t a day-to-day way of getting around, but for tourists it’s a special way to travel, and something you can’t do in many other parts of the world. The best time to go sledding in Alaskais January-March, as lack of snow in the summer means you’re likely to be pulled by the dogs on a wheeled sledge.

  • Imagine drifting across a white canvas of snow as a troop of husky dogs pulls your sledge – it’s like something from a Christmas movie. In reality, dog sledding isn’t quite so graceful, it can be a bumpy ride and will be accompanied by your dogs’ barks, but nonetheless it’s certainly a unique journey. For most Alaskan locals this isn’t a day-to-day way of getting around, but for tourists it’s a special way to travel, and something you can’t do in many other parts of the world. The best time to go sledding in Alaskais January-March, as lack of snow in the summer means you’re likely to be pulled by the dogs on a wheeled sledge.

Barco de Totora, Peru

Totora is a reed which is grown in Peru, most notably on Lake Titicaca. The Uros are a group of people who live on the lake on floating islands fashioned from the reed. They also make Barco de Totora from bundles of the dried reeds, and these boats have become an icon of Peru. If you’re visiting Lake Titicaca, the Barco de Totora is a wonderful, unique method of getting across the vast and beautiful stretch of water.

  • Totora is a reed which is grown in Peru, most notably on Lake Titicaca. The Uros are a group of people who live on the lake on floating islands fashioned from the reed. They also make Barco de Totora from bundles of the dried reeds, and these boats have become an icon of Peru. If you’re visiting Lake Titicaca, the Barco de Totora is a wonderful, unique method of getting across the vast and beautiful stretch of water.

DUKW, London

DUKW, widely pronounced ‘duck’, are amphibious trucks that were designed by the American military during World War II to transport equipment and troops over both land and water. Nowadays, you can take a trip in a DUKW in central London, on the aptly named Duck Tours. On a tour you’ll drive past famous London landmarks before dramatically launching into the River Thames to get a view from the water. They’re the only way to experience the sights of central London by land and river – without leaving the comfort of your seat!

  • DUKW, widely pronounced ‘duck’, are amphibious trucks that were designed by the American military during World War II to transport equipment and troops over both land and water. Nowadays, you can take a trip in a DUKW in central London, on the aptly named Duck Tours. On a tour you’ll drive past famous London landmarks before dramatically launching into the River Thames to get a view from the water. They’re the only way to experience the sights of central London by land and river – without leaving the comfort of your seat!

Traghetto, Venice

Along the 3.5km stretch of Venice’s Grand Canal there are just three bridges, so how do you get across? By Traghetto, of course. The unglamorous sibling of the gondola; these no-frills boats get passengers from one side of the canal to the other for a meagre fee. You can pick up a Traghetto (meaning ‘ferry’ in Italian) from any of the seven piers along the canal – just look for the yellow signs pointing you towards the landings. Each boat is rowed by two oarsmen- one at the bow and one behind the passengers, as in a gondola – if you want to ride like a Venetian, stand for the short journey.

  • Along the 3.5km stretch of Venice’s Grand Canal there are just three bridges, so how do you get across? By Traghetto, of course. The unglamorous sibling of the gondola; these no-frills boats get passengers from one side of the canal to the other for a meagre fee. You can pick up a Traghetto (meaning ‘ferry’ in Italian) from any of the seven piers along the canal – just look for the yellow signs pointing you towards the landings. Each boat is rowed by two oarsmen- one at the bow and one behind the passengers, as in a gondola – if you want to ride like a Venetian, stand for the short journey.

Tangah, Pakistan

Save yourself a few bucks in Pakistan and ride on a Tangah, rather than the more commonly used rickshaws and taxis. A Tangah is a carriage, sitting atop two large wooden wheels pulled by one or two horses. They have a low-glamour, but high fun factor and have become more widely used in Pakistan for enjoyment, rather than as a functional way of getting around. Just beware that they’re not the speediest way to travel!

  • Save yourself a few bucks in Pakistan and ride on a Tangah, rather than the more commonly used rickshaws and taxis. A Tangah is a carriage, sitting atop two large wooden wheels pulled by one or two horses. They have a low-glamour, but high fun factor and have become more widely used in Pakistan for enjoyment, rather than as a functional way of getting around. Just beware that they’re not the speediest way to travel!
  • Жаңа білімді бекіту

(At the train station)

  • (At the train station)
  • When is the next train to Berlin?
  • When isthe next train to Paris?
  • When is the next train to London?
  • When does the train for Warsaw leave?
  • When does the train for Stockholm leave?
  • When does the train for Budapest leave
  • I’d like a ticket to Madrid
  • I’d like a ticket to Prague
  • I’d like a ticket to Bern

When does the train arrive in Vienna?

  • When does the train arrive in Vienna?
  • When does the train arrive in Moscow?
  • When does the train arrive in Amsterdam?
  • Do I have to change trains?
  • From which platform does the train leave?
  • Does the train have sleepers?
  • I’d like a one-way ticket to Brussels
  • I’d like a return ticket to Copenhagen
  • What does a berth in the sleeper cost?

(At the train) Is that the train to Berlin? When does the train leave? When does the train arrive in Berlin? Excuse me, may I pass? I think this is my seat I think you’re sitting in my seat Where is the sleeper? The sleeper is at the end of the train And where is the dining car? – At the front Can I sleep below? Can I sleep in the middle?

Can I sleep below? Can I sleep in the middle? Can I sleep at the top? When will we get to the border? How long does the journey to Berlin take? Is the train delayed? Do you have something to read? Can one get something to eat and to drink here? Could you please wake me up at 7 o’clock?

  • Can I sleep below? Can I sleep in the middle? Can I sleep at the top? When will we get to the border? How long does the journey to Berlin take? Is the train delayed? Do you have something to read? Can one get something to eat and to drink here? Could you please wake me up at 7 o’clock?

Do you have something to read? Can one get something to eat and to drink here? Could you please wake me up at 7 o’clock?

  • Do you have something to read? Can one get something to eat and to drink here? Could you please wake me up at 7 o’clock?
  • Can I sleep at the top? When will we get to the border? How long does the journey to Berlin take? Is the train delayed?
  • http://englishfull.ru/uroki/v-poezde.html

(At the airport) I’d like to book a flight to Athens Is it a direct flight? A window seat, non-smoking, please I would like to confirm my reservation I would like to cancel my reservation I would like to change my reservation When is the next flight to Rome? Are there two seats available?

No, we have only one seat available When do we land? When will we be there? When does a bus go to the city centre/center (am)? Is that your suitcase? Is that your bag? Is that your luggage? How much luggage can I take? Twenty kilos What? Only twenty kilos?

  • No, we have only one seat available When do we land? When will we be there? When does a bus go to the city centre/center (am)? Is that your suitcase? Is that your bag? Is that your luggage? How much luggage can I take? Twenty kilos What? Only twenty kilos?

Transport, breakdown, buddy seat, cabstand, helmet, crossroad, garage,

  • Transport, breakdown, buddy seat, cabstand, helmet, crossroad, garage,
  • highway, mainroad, passenger compartment, park, parking place,
  • Pedestrian, ring road, refuelling, sidewalk, station, traffic lights,
  • Transit, vehicle, overland transport,
  • Automobile, bulldozer, bus, catafalque, combine harvester, dust-cart, exavator, express train, jeep, Landrover, loader, lorry, Metro, motor bike, motorcycle, petrol tanker, push-cycle, taxi, tram, trolley bus, truck, Undeground, components, boot, brake, bumper.

Mike: Oh, dear, this train is full. I can’t find an empty seat here at all. There aren’t any seats in this carriage. I must try the next carriage. This one isn’t too bad and this part is almost empty. There is only one girl on this seat. … Excuse me, is this seat free?

  • Mike: Oh, dear, this train is full. I can’t find an empty seat here at all. There aren’t any seats in this carriage. I must try the next carriage. This one isn’t too bad and this part is almost empty. There is only one girl on this seat. … Excuse me, is this seat free?
  • Girl: No, I’m afraid, not. That’s my friend’s seat but there’s enough room here.
  • Mike: Oh, good. By the way, this is the Pushkin train, isn’t it?
  • Girl: That’s right! Ah, here is my friend.
  • Mike: Mary! What are you doing here?
  • Mary: Oh, hello, Mike! This is my friend Ann. We are going to her aunt’s in Pushkin.
  • Mike: Well, isn’t it funny? I’m going there too. My parents are there, actually.
  • Mary: Is this train leaving now?
  • Mike: Yes, I think so.

Ground hostess: Your boarding card, please.

  • Ground hostess: Your boarding card, please.
  • John: Just a minute, please. Oh, here it is, in my pocket.
  • Ground hostess: Thank you. Please, look afer it. You’ ll need it again on the aircraft. Now, will you join those passengers queueing over there?
  • John: Why? What’s wrong?
  • Ground hostess: Oh, nothing to worry about. It’s just our normal security check, it won’t take you more than a few minutes.
  • John: Oh, very well then.
  • Security officer: May I see your luggage, please?
  • John: Yes, but be careful. I have a vase there.
  • Security officer: It’ll be all right. Now, will you walk between these two posts, please?
  • John: What is all this?
  • Security officer: It’s a detection device that shows us if anyone is carrying any metal.  
  • John: Interesting. What was that bell?
  • Security officer: Have you got anything in your right pocket?
  • John: Yes, my bunch of keys.
  • Security officer: May I have them , please? Now walk through again, please.
  • John: No bell. It was the keys hat made it ring, then?
  • Security officer: That’s right. Here are your keys back. Now walk down there, please, and board the plane.

  • Most people in Britain travel by car. About 75% of households have at least
  • one car.

Sightseeing buses There are many sightseeing, open top, buses in London and other cities.

  • .
  • Across: 3. A passenger bus with an electric motor that draws power from overhead wires
  • 7. Public transport provided by a line of railway cars coupled together and drawn by a locomotive
  • 8. A motor vehicle with two wheels and a strong frame
  • 9. A car suitable for travelling over rough terrain
  • Down: 1. A personal motor vehicle with four wheels; usually propelled by an internal combustion engine
  • 2. An electric railway operating below the surface of the ground (usually in a city)
  • 3. A car driven by a person whose job is to take passengers where they want to go in exchange for money
  • 4. A large truck designed to carry heavy loads; usually without sides
  • 5. An aircraft that has a fixed wing and is powered by propellers or jets
  • 6. A wheeled vehicle that runs on rails and is propelled by electricity
  • Across 3. A passenger bus with an electric motor that draws power from overhead wires (trolley-bus)
  • 7. Public transport provided by a line of railway cars coupled together and drawn by a locomotive (train)
  • 8. A motor vehicle with two wheels and a strong frame (motorcycle)
  • 9. A car suitable for travelling over rough terrain (jeep)
  • Down 1. A personal motor vehicle with four wheels; usually propelled by an internal combustion engine (car)
  • 2. An electric railway operating below the surface of the ground (usually in a city) (subway)
  • 3. A car driven by a person whose job is to take passengers where they want to go in exchange for money (taxi)
  • 4. A large truck designed to carry heavy loads; usually without sides (lorry)
  • 5. An aircraft that has a fixed wing and is powered by propellers or jets (airplane)
  • 6. A wheeled vehicle that runs on rails and is propelled by electricity (tram)
  • 1. Boat 2. Trolley-bus 3. Tractor 4. Metro

1. Bicycle 2. Motorcycle 3. Motoroller 4. Boat

1. Boat 2. Trolley-bus 3. Tractor 4. Metro

1. Bus 2. Car 3. Mini-bus 4. Helicopter

1. Taxi 2. Bus 3. Trolley-bus 4. Tram

1. Plane 1. Lorry 2. Train 2. Ship 3. Rocket 3. Metro 4. Bicycle 4. Tram

1.Mini-bus 1. Plane 2. Helicopter 2. Taxi 3. Boat 3. Metro 4. Ship 4. Bike

1. Train 2. Car 3. Trolley- bus 4. Helicopter

1. Plane 2. Ship 3. Bicycle 4. Taxi

1. Rocket 2. Bus 3. Lorry 4. Motorcycle

1. Tram 2. Taxi 3. Metro 4. Tank

1. Scooter 2. Motorcycle 3. Mini-bus 4. Bus

1. Bus 2. Trolley-bus 3. Tram 4. Metro

1. Scooter 2. Motorcycle 3. Mini-bus 4. Bus

Exercise №2 Create a word combination.

  • Exercise №2 Create a word combination.

Thank you for attention!

  • Thank you for attention!

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