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Английский язык - Книга для учителя 8 класс В. П. Кузовлев - 2017 год

Приложение 1. ТЕМАТИЧЕСКИЕ КАРТЫ ЦИКЛОВ УРОКОВ

Unit 1. Му country at a glance

Topics, situations

Intercultural awareness

Speaking

What countries is the UK made up of?

What is the make-up of the population of the UK?

What languages are spoken in the UK?

What do you imagine when you think of Britain?

What are the British like?

What are your impressions about London?

Are you proud of your country? What is your country like?

What is your hometown like?

What would you tell your foreign friend about Russia?

the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, Great Britain, Britain, the British Isles;

British symbols: the Union Flag, the Union Jack, the red rose, John Bull, the bulldog, the daffodil, the lion, the shamrock, the thistle, the national flags of England, Scotland and Ireland;

the population and languages of the UK;

countries, cities, sights, customs and traditions: Australia, Ireland, Dublin, Manchester, the Emerald Isle, the Highland Games, the Changing of the Guard, cricket, the Nobel Prize, a village green, a scholarship, the north-south divide, the Notting Hill Carnival, fish and chips, a pub, darts, bagpipes, a kilt;

the Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts, the Tretyakov Gallery, the Natalya Sats Children’s Musical Theatre, the Bolshoi Theatre, Alexander Gardens;

the USA: Los Angeles, the Grand Canyon, the Civil War, the American Revolution, the Confederate Flag, the Stars and Stripes, the Stars and Bars, Appomattox, September 11;

famous people: W. Churchill, W. Shakespeare, Elizabeth I, J. Austen, A. Turing, A. Lincoln, Queen Victoria, J. Joule, E. Rutherford, A. Geim, K. Novoselov

I. about the geographical position, population, languages of Russia; images of Russia and Russian people; things you like or dislike about your country; your hometown

II. Functions

New: reporting; asking for and giving information; asking for one’s opinion

III. Grammar structures

New: subject + passive verb + infinitive

For revision: Past Simple, Past Perfect, Present Simple Passive; to be + participle II; word formation (adjective suffixes and prefixes: -al, -ical, -able, -ful, -less, -ive, un-, dis-)

IV. New lexical items: 38

Listening

Reading

Writing

I. to the description of the UK, the bus tour of London;

people talking about their countries, about what they like or dislike in their countries, about their images of the UK, about their impressions of the UK, about London, the song The Streets of London

II. Listening skills

listening for detail; listening for specific information; taking notes; anticipating

I. an article about the languages spoken in the UK, about the national symbols of the UK, the story A Warning to Beginners by G. Mikes, an extract from Netting Hillby A. Moses, the article American Flag: A Living Symbol from Sunday Morning, the song The Streets of London

II. Reading skills

reading for the main idea; reading for detail; reading for specific information; guessing meaning by analogy, context; word formation; learning to translate; matching; recognising familiar grammar structures; drawing conclusions; understanding the cultural context; expressing personal opinions; using a dictionary; making notes; interpreting illustrations; transcoding information in some other display

III. Grammar structures

New: subject + passive verb + infinitive For revision: Past Participle (as an attribute); contracted forms of the verbs; word formation (adjective suffixes: -an, -ese, -ish, -ic)

IV. New lexical items: 55

I. about your region, about your regional symbols and emblems;

compositions about Moscow, about your hometown

II. Writing skills

making notes;

parallel writing;

writing a composition using lexical cohesion devices (giving examples, showing contrast)

III. Projects

1. My country at a glance.

2. Welcome to Russia!

3. What are people from Russia like?

Unit 2. Is your country a land of traditions?

Topics, situations

Intercultural awareness

Speaking

What British traditions and traditional celebrations do you know?

What Russian traditions and traditional celebrations do you know?

What British behaviour rules do you know? What Russian behaviour rules do you know?

What traditional celebrations do Americans have?

Are there special rules of communicating with the British?

What celebrations are included into the British year?

What do some British people think about different celebrations?

How to give and to receive gifts?

British national and traditional holidays and celebrations: Christmas, Easter, Coronation Day, St Valentine’s Day, the Queen’s official birthday, the Notting Hill Carnival, Bank Holidays, Halloween, Pancake Day, Chelsea Flower Show, Guy Fawkes’ Night, the New Year Day;

American national and traditional holidays and celebrations: Columbus Day, the Chinese New Year, Mother’s Day, Father’s Day, Thanksgiving Day, Independence Day, Christmas, Easter;

Russian national and traditional holidays and celebrations: the Day of Russia, Easter, St Tatiana’s Day, the New Year Day, Victory Day, the Day of People Unity, the Day of Space Exploration, the Day of the Russian Navy

I. about British, American and Russian national and traditional holidays and celebrations; British, American and Russian behaviour rules; the idea of celebrating holidays

II. Functions

New: asking if someone is sure about something; saying you are sure about something; thanking; expressing admiration

III. Grammar structures

New: tag questions

IV. New lexical items: 39

Listening

Reading

Writing

I. about holidays, celebrations and traditions connected with them, popular occasions, young people’s opinions about holidays and celebrations

II. Listening skills

listening for detail, for specific information; taking notes; anticipating

I. extract from Understanding Britain by Karen Hewitt, The Country and Its People: an Introduction for Learners of English, Celebrate!, Belles on Their Toes by Frank B. Gilbreth, Jr. and Ernestine Gilbreth Carey, Little Women by Louisa M. Alcott, The New Girl. Sweet Valley Twins by Francine Pascal

II. Reading skills

reading for the main idea, for specific information, for detail; expressing personal opinions; learning to translate; considering author’s intention; using a dictionary; anticipating; guessing meaning by analogy

III. Grammar structures

New: tag questions

For revision: Ving forms

IV. New lexical items: 55

I. writing postcards on different occasions; writing a thank-you letter

II. Writing skills

taking notes; writing a summary

III. Projects

1. Russian Winter Festivals’ Guide.

2. How to behave if you are a guest in Russia.

Unit 3. Do you like travelling?

Topics, situations

Intercultural awareness

Speaking

How do British people spend their holidays?

What places are the most enjoyable destinations for British and Russian tourists?

What types of holidays are in fashion nowadays?

Why do people travel abroad?

What are the rules for travelling abroad?

How do British teenagers spend their time in holiday centres?

package holidays; Heathrow; Gatwick; British Airways; Travelcard; single ticket; return ticket; request stop

I. about your family travel habits, your favourite travel destinations, how you spend your holidays, your attitude towards travelling; holiday centres for teenagers in Russia

II. Functions

New: asking for explanation; asking someone to say something again

For revision: expressing opinion; explaining; saying you are willing/unwilling to do something; agreeing/disagreeing

III. Grammar structures

New: modal verbs: ought to, need, be able to

For revision: modal verbs: must, should, could

IV. New lexical items: 30

Listening

Reading

Writing

I. about how teenagers spend their holidays, about people’s favourite travel destinations

II. Listening skills

listening for the main idea/detail/specific information; taking notes

I. about history of travel agencies, holiday centres for teenagers, magazine articles, teenagers’ opinions about travelling, travel leaflets with tips for tourists abroad; extracts from the books Round the World in 80 Days by Jules Verne, Islands in the Sky by Arthur C. Clarke, The Book of Heroic Failures by Stephen Pile, The Reunion by Joan Lingard

II. Reading skills

reading aloud; reading for the main idea/detail/specific information; predicting grammar structures; understanding references; recognising familiar grammar structures; developing meaning grammar; using pronunciation keys; guessing the meaning of unfamiliar lexical items by context; using a dictionary; learning to translate; making notes

III. Grammar structures

New: should have + V3; could have + V3

For revision: Past Perfect; prepositions of time, place, direction

IV. New lexical items: 45 from Student’s Book and four from Reader

I. a composition about your favourite travelling destination

II. Writing skills

taking notes; making notes; letter writing; postcard writing; writing a composition

III. Projects

1. My dream holidays.

2. My hometown visitors’ leaflet.

3. An ideal tourist.

Unit 4. Are you fond of sport?

Topics, situations

Intercultural awareness

Speaking

What sports are popular in Great Britain and in Russia?

Why do people go in for sport?

What is your favourite sport?

How to choose a sport?

What do you know about the history of football?

When were the first Olympic Games organised?

What are the symbols of the Olympics? What are the Paralympic Games for?

What sports are included into the programme of the Paralympic Games?

What do you prefer: to watch sports competitions on TV or to take part in them? How many PE lessons should be at school? Do you like taking part in school Sports Day?

How to be a good sportswan?

British national and international sports/famous competitions: the Derby horse-race, the Tour-de-France cycling race, the Royal Ascot race, the Wimbledon tennis competitions, the Ryder Cup, the Stanley Cup, the Olympic Games, the Paralympic Games, the Iditarod race

famous sportsmen/sportswomen: Jane Torvill and Christopher Dean, Dick Button, Scott Hamilton, Midori Ito, Sonja Henie, Katarina Witt, Ekaterina Gordeeva and Sergei Grinkov, Tatiana Totmianina and Maxim Marinin, Evgeni Plushchenko, Tatiana Navka and Roman Kostomarov, Irina Slutskaya, V. S. Oshchepkov, Tim FitzHigham

I. about sports that are popular in Great Britain and in Russia; why people go in for sport; favourite sport; history of different sports; sport history of the school; history of the Olympic Games; the Paralympic Games; character traits a sportsman should have; what’s better: to take part in sports competitions or to watch them on TV; PE lessons at school; school sports day; sports habits

II. Functions

New: asking if someone approves; saying you approve; saying you do not approve

For revision: talking about likes and dislikes

III. Grammar structures

New: Present Perfect Passive

For revision: Past Simple, Past Progressive, Present Progressive, Past Simple Passive, word formation: suffixes -ment, -iny, -ence, -cy, -tion, -ant, -ive, -ed, -ly

IV. New lexical items: 36

Listening

Reading

Writing

I. about sports that are popular in Great Britain and in Russia; history of rugby; history of the Paralympic Games, sports that are played at the Paralympics;

to opinions aboutwatching sports and participating in sports competitions; PE lessons at school

II. Listening skills

listening for the main idea; listening for detail, for specific information; completing notes

I. about why people love sport; how to choose a sport; history of football, cricket, history of the Olympic Games, the Olympic symbols, sports that disappeared from the programme of the Olympics, the Iditarod race, how to be a good sportsman; opinions aboutwatching sports and participating in sports competitions; PE lessons at school; school sports day; figure skating museum; an extract from the book The Confidence Game by Pat Carr, articles from Britannica for Children

II. Reading skills

reading for the main idea, for specific information, for detail; guessing the meaning of the words by pictures, context, word formation; anticipating and predicting; putting events into chronological order

III. Grammar structures

New: Present Perfect Passive

IV. New lexical items: 57

I. a composition about a school sports day

II. Writing skills

taking notes; writing a composition using lexical cohesion devices (through the use of reference of adverbs)

III. Projects

1. My sport profile.

2. History file.

3. Sport club.

Unit 5. A healthy living guide

Topics, situations

Intercultural awareness

Speaking

What are good and what are bad health habits?

What is a good way to live?

How to stay healthy?

What products help people to look good and to stay healthy?

What companies produce such products?

What are facts and myths about health?

Do you care about your health?

What does it mean — being healthy?

How do you understand the instructions?

If you are unhealthy, who is responsible for it?

Do you live a healthy lifestyle?

changes in lifestyles in Britain and other countries; statistics about health habits in Britain, the USA, Russia;

famous companies: the Body Shop, Cadbury, the Berni restaurant chain, Upton, Concern Kalina;

school lunches around the world; the food guide pyramid; British and American metric systems

I. about health habits, healthy life, healthy foods, health and beauty products, being and staying healthy

II. Functions

New: asking for more focused explanation; checking that you have understood

For revision: giving explanations; giving opinion; comparing, giving reasons; giving arguments

III. Grammar structures

New: Present Perfect Progressive, used to, double conjunctions, word building: suffixes -ity, -th, -able/-ible

For revision: Present Perfect Simple, Present Perfect Passive; infinitive and Ving (as an object); quantifiers; word building: suffixes -y, -ly

IV. New lexical items: 30

Listening

Reading

Writing

I. about good and bad health habits, healthy life, the Body Shop company, facts and myths about health, the necessity of exercising, the importance of sleep, the importance of being healthy

II. Listening skills

anticipating; listening for specific information, for the main idea, for detail; relating information to personal experience

I. about the brave boy (A Day’s Wait by Ernest Hemingway), school lunches (from the Internet), the Food Guide Pyramid (from the KidsHealth), sms dependence (from Pravda.ru), exercising (from USA Today), being a hypochondriac and choosing a way to rest (Three Men in a Boat by Jerome K. Jerome)

II. Reading skills

reading for the main idea, for specific information, for detail; considering author’s intention; drawing conclusions; expressing personal opinions; guessing meaning by word formation; interpreting figurative language; learning to translate; making notes; predicting grammar structures; relating the text to one’s own experience; understanding relations between the parts of a text; using graphic aids

III. Grammar structures

New: Present Perfect Progressive, phrasal verbs, dependent prepositions; word building: prefix over-; suffixes -ity, -th

For revision: word building: suffixes of nouns, adjectives and adverbs, prefix un-

IV. New lexical items: 53

I. compositions about healthy way of living, health habits

II. Writing skills

taking notes; making notes; writing a composition (using lexical and grammatical cohesion devices: reason/cause linking words, result/effect linking words)

III. Projects

1. You are what you eat.

2. How healthy my classmates are.

3. My report: Is it possible to eat healthily in our school?

4. Do we have enough PE lessons?

Unit 6. Changing times, changing styles

Topics, situations

Intercultural awareness

Speaking

Youth fashion

What clothes did young people wear in Britain in different periods of time?

What was in fashion in Russia in different periods of time? What clothes did your family members wear in different periods of time?

What is in and out of fashion at the present moment?

What do you think of clothes the UK teenagers wear every day?

Is anything special in your hometown teenage fashion?

What’s cool in your school and in your class?

What would you buy as a souvenir in the UK?

What time would you like to travel back to and what clothes would you like to wear? What do you think of school uniform? What would YOU do if you had a lot of money?

What would you like to change in your life for the better?

Who are more interested in fashion — boys or girls?

Is fashion important for you?

Is shopping with Mum cool?

fashion styles in different periods of time: Hippy, Punk, Teddy Boy, moshers;

brand names and shops: Marks and Spencer, Burberry, Woolworth’s, Traid, Warehouse, Tammy, Miss Sixty, Topshop;

realia: Royal Ascot, Ladies’ Day, Royal Coachman, Royal Warrant, Savile Row, UNICEF, Non-Form Day;

items of clothing: Busby, tartan, kilt, tam-o’-shanter cap, boater, brogues, deerstalker, Glengarry hat, top hat, Repton uniform;

famous people: Oliver Cromwell, King Charles II; book characters, TV and pop star Ashley Simpson; Russia’s famous designers;

phenomena: rock’n’roll, “Edwardian” style, Puritan;

British English/American English words for clothes

I. about different fashion tendencies in different periods of history;

clothes young people wore in Britain in the past; Russian fashion in different periods of history; today’s fashion tendencies; what teenagers think about Punks’, Hippies’ and moshers’ styles; British teenagers’ casual wear; your hometown/school big trends in fashion; unreal wishes concerning fashion and clothes; traditional British items of clothing; the importance of being trendy; your attitude towards school uniform; girls’ and boys’ attitude towards fashion; what it means to be dressed in a proper way in Russia

II. Functions

New: giving and receiving compliments; responding to compliments; expressing unreal wishes and regrets

For revision: expressing opinion; expressing likes/dislikes; describing; characterising; giving arguments; talking about facts; making comments

III. Grammar structures:

New: conditional sentences: Second Conditional, I wish ...

For revision: First Conditional; Past Simple Passive; the order of adjectives; used + infinitive (used to), be/get used to doing sth

IV. New lexical items: 38

Listening

Reading

Writing

I. about different styles in clothes (punks, hippies, moshers); teenagers’ attitude towards fashion and clothes; the importance of being trendy

II. Listening skills

listening for the main idea/ listening for detail/listening for specific information

I. about the author’s childhood and school years (Boy by Roald Dahl); father-son relations (Buddy by Nigel Hinton); political influence on fashion (A Parcel of Patterns by Jill Paton Walsh); The Doll’s House by K. Mansfield; stereotypes about the way people dress in Russia (Guide to Russiaby Irene Slatter); how to be an individual (comics Why Not? by Jerry Scott); a teenager’s attitude towards fashion (poem Sneakers); advantages and disadvantages of shopping with Mum (a young girl’s essay)

II. Reading and thinking skills

reading aloud; reading for the main idea; reading for detail; reading for specific information; anticipating; guessing meaning by pictures, analogy, word formation, context; using a dictionary; interpreting figurative language; learning to translate; relating stories to personal experience; expressing personal opinions; applying background knowledge; understanding the cultural context; predicting; interpreting illustrations; making value judgments

III. Grammar structures

New: conditional sentences: Second Conditional, I wish ...

For revision: First Conditional; Past Simple Passive; the order of adjectives; used + infinitive (used to), be/get used to doing sth; the infinitive of purpose

IV. New lexical items: 60

I. about advantages and disadvantages of shopping with Mum; advantages and disadvantages of wearing a school uniform

II. Writing skills

writing an argumentative essay using lexical and grammatical cohesion devices (introductory words); making notes; writing an essay; making reports

III. Projects

1. How to dress for the first date?

2. They come from Russia.

3. Cool school uniform.





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