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The theme: Are you a web user? (9 сынып)

The theme: Are you a web user?

The goal of the project.

  • To develop students’ creative ability

  • To teach them about a web user to analyze and make conclusions

  • To bring up students the ability to work in team to be responsible and friendly to each other.

The tasks

1. To gather the information about languages

2. To use it at the lesson

The type of the lesson: mixed

The method of the lesson: combined

Connection: computer, Kazakh, grammar, geographer

Visual aids: picture, active board, books, table



The procedure of the lesson

  1. Org.moment

  2. Warm-up

A slogan: “Learn English and you’ll be lucky ”

If you are ready let’s start.

III. Checking up home task

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Anne Rooney, Peter Chrisp, Philip Steele, Clare Hibbert, Adam Hibbert

Издательство: Facts on File

ISBN: 9780816059485

Год издания: 2005

Кол.страниц: 256

Язык: английский

Формат: PDF

Размер: 11,1 M BИстория моды и костюма в восьми томах , том 5 - 8 ,которые изучают развитие костюма и моды с течением времени,
начиная с самых ранних пещерных по настоящее время.
Этот
набор ярко описывает изменения стилей, процессы и тенденции.
5
том The Eighteenth Century
6
том The Victorian Age
7
том The Nineteenth Century
8
том The Twentieth Century A History of Fashion and Costume is an eight-volume set that examines the development of costume and fashion over time - from the earliest cave dwellers to the present - along with the social history that gave rise to it. Introducing readers to the rich world of fashion and dress, this set vividly depicts the changing styles, processes, and trends - from the first people to wear clothes in the last Ice Age to the courtly fashion of medieval Europe to the globalization of Western style - that led us to the clothing of today. Describing both the practical uses of clothing and the highly impractical clothes that have been used throughout history to convey social status, these volumes provide a compelling look at the effects of fashion and costume on society. Each accessible volume describes the fashions of the time, styles and designs, and the changing use of materials. Beautiful illustrations and engaging text examine clothing as well as the jewelry, hairstyles, hats, and footwear that accompanied the fashions and made them unique. Special features in each volume include a foreword written by a fashion industry expert as well as a helpful glossary, timeline, and index.

Hobbies differ like tastes. If you have chosen a hobby according to your character and taste you are lucky because your life becomes more interesting.
Hobbies are divided into four large groups: doing things, making things, collecting things, and learning things.
The most popular of all hobby groups is doing things. It includes a wide variety of activities, from gardening to travelling and from chess to volleyball.
Gardening is one of the oldest man's hobbies. It is a well-known fact that the English are very fond of gardening and growing flowers, especially roses.

Both grown-ups and children are fond of playing different computer games. This is a relatively new hobby but it is becoming more and more popular.
Making things includes drawing, painting, making sculpture, designing costumes, handicrafts. Two of the most famous hobby painters were President Eisenhower and Sir Winston Churchill. Some hobbyists write music or play musical instruments. President Bill Clinton, for example, plays the saxophone.

Almost everyone collects something at some period in his life: stamps, coins, matchboxes, books, records, postcards, toys, watches. Some collections have no real value. Others become so large and so valuable that they are housed in museums and galleries. Many world-famous collections started in a small way with one or two items. People with a good deal of money often collect paintings, rare books, and other art objects. Such private collections are sometimes given to museums, libraries and public galleries so that others might take pleasure in seeing them.
No matter what kind of hobby a person has, he always has the opportunity of learning much from it. By reading about the things he is interested in he is adding to what he knows. Learning new things can be the most exciting aspect of a hobby.





IV. The new lesson



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History and Creation

 The name "nupedia" clearly shows a connection with Jimbo's earlier projectbomis.com.

Wikipedia traces its origins to 2001, when a pair of bored college students, Jimbo Wales and Larry Sanger, decided that the same principles that made things like the graffiti on bathroom stalls great could also be applied to internet encyclopedias.[4] Armed with a pretentious sense of self-righteousness and a can-do attitude, the two bright-eyed youngsters created their website, named "nupedia.com". Naturally, this venture was a spectacular failure. Instead of learning from their mistake, though, Wales and Sanger decided to go the AIG route, and rename their idea while making no real changes to it.

So, they discarded the idea of "nupedia" and switched to "wikipedia", which had four letters before the pedia instead of two, and was therefore twice as good an idea. As time progressed, Wikipedia began to draw lots of attention: from internet nerds to computer geeks to technology lovers to sedentary basement-dwelling internet-surfers, the whole world was talking about Wikipedia.

However, Wikipedia still had to find a way to make money. Although Wales and Sanger toyed with the idea of setting up a small pornserver in a subdomain, they eventually decided that nobody really wanted to see them naked, and settled on switching to a .org domain. They hoped that they could con enough people into giving them money to pay for their bandwidth usage, and quickly coded a button that read "click here to donate to relief funds for the Rwanda genocide." A few thousand gullible paypal users later, and Wikipedia had all the money they would ever need.

Seeing that this method showed promising results, the Financial Department of Wikipedia, decided to make an even greater fund raising event which attracted more people. Vandalists, not wanting their work to become inaccessible , contributed more than the average writer. Also, worshipers of Mr. Wales had their part too, using their secret Swiss account so that the sum of all human knowledge would remain in safe hands.



V. Doing exercise

True or False.

  1. Wikipedia is the number one choice for news for many web surfers.

  2. Wikipedia can be edited in real time by anyone.

  3. Only editors can post information on the site



nouns

Verbs

facility

overcrowded

pitch

relaxing

fiction

depressing

comedy

continental

documentary

superb

crime

attentive

leisure

perfect

reward


blues


Teenager




nouns

other

facility

turn on

pitch

turn off

fiction

turn up

comedy

play tricks on

documentary

smb.

crime

to get a turn

leisure


VI. Conclusion lesson

VII. giving marks

VIII. Home task

Exercises 3 retelling

Exercises 7 in writing form



The theme: Are you a web user? (9 сынып)
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The theme: Are you a web user?
The goal of the project.
•    To develop students’ creative ability
•    To teach them about a web user to analyze and make conclusions
•    To bring up students the ability  to work in team to be responsible and friendly to each other.
The tasks
1. To gather the information about languages
2. To use it at the lesson  
The type of the lesson: mixed
The method of the lesson: combined
Connection: computer, Kazakh, grammar, geographer
Visual aids: picture, active board, books, table 
                                                                                                                                                                              
The procedure of the lesson
1.    Org.moment
2.    Warm-up
A slogan: “Learn English and you’ll be lucky ”
If you are ready let’s start.
III. Checking up home task
  


                                                                                                                                                                                                                        
Anne Rooney, Peter Chrisp, Philip Steele, Clare Hibbert, Adam Hibbert
Издательство: Facts on File
ISBN: 9780816059485
Год издания: 2005
Кол.страниц: 256
Язык: английский
Формат: PDF
Размер: 11,1 M  BИстория моды и костюма в восьми томах , том 5 - 8 ,которые изучают развитие костюма и моды с течением времени,
начиная с самых ранних пещерных по настоящее время.
Этот набор ярко описывает изменения стилей, процессы и тенденции.
5 том The Eighteenth Century
6 том The Victorian Age
7 том The Nineteenth Century
8 том The Twentieth Century  A History of Fashion and Costume is an eight-volume set that examines the development of costume and fashion over time - from the earliest cave dwellers to the present - along with the social history that gave rise to it. Introducing readers to the rich world of fashion and dress, this set vividly depicts the changing styles, processes, and trends - from the first people to wear clothes in the last Ice Age to the courtly fashion of medieval Europe to the globalization of Western style - that led us to the clothing of today. Describing both the practical uses of clothing and the highly impractical clothes that have been used throughout history to convey social status, these volumes provide a compelling look at the effects of fashion and costume on society. Each accessible volume describes the fashions of the time, styles and designs, and the changing use of materials. Beautiful illustrations and engaging text examine clothing as well as the jewelry, hairstyles, hats, and footwear that accompanied the fashions and made them unique. Special features in each volume include a foreword written by a fashion industry expert as well as a helpful glossary, timeline, and index.
Hobbies differ like tastes. If you have chosen a hobby according to your character and taste you are lucky because your life becomes more interesting.
Hobbies are divided into four large groups: doing things, making things, collecting things, and learning things.
The most popular of all hobby groups is doing things. It includes a wide variety of activities, from gardening to travelling and from chess to volleyball.
Gardening is one of the oldest man's hobbies. It is a well-known fact that the English are very fond of gardening and growing flowers, especially roses.
Both grown-ups and children are fond of playing different computer games. This is a relatively new hobby but it is becoming more and more popular.
Making things includes drawing, painting, making sculpture, designing costumes, handicrafts. Two of the most famous hobby painters were President Eisenhower and Sir Winston Churchill. Some hobbyists write music or play musical instruments. President Bill Clinton, for example, plays the saxophone.
Almost everyone collects something at some period in his life: stamps, coins, matchboxes, books, records, postcards, toys, watches. Some collections have no real value. Others become so large and so valuable that they are housed in museums and galleries. Many world-famous collections started in a small way with one or two items. People with a good deal of money often collect paintings, rare books, and other art objects. Such private collections are sometimes given to museums, libraries and public galleries so that others might take pleasure in seeing them.
No matter what kind of hobby a person has, he always has the opportunity of learning much from it. By reading about the things he is interested in he is adding to what he knows. Learning new things can be the most exciting aspect of a hobby.


       IV. The new lesson

                 

History and Creation
 The name "nupedia" clearly shows a connection with Jimbo's earlier projectbomis.com.
Wikipedia traces its origins to 2001, when a pair of bored college students, Jimbo Wales and Larry Sanger, decided that the same principles that made things like the graffiti on bathroom stalls great could also be applied to internet encyclopedias.[4] Armed with a pretentious sense of self-righteousness and a can-do attitude, the two bright-eyed youngsters created their website, named "nupedia.com". Naturally, this venture was a spectacular failure. Instead of learning from their mistake, though, Wales and Sanger decided to go the AIG route, and rename their idea while making no real changes to it.
So, they discarded the idea of "nupedia" and switched to "wikipedia", which had four letters before the pedia instead of two, and was therefore twice as good an idea. As time progressed, Wikipedia began to draw lots of attention: from internet nerds to computer geeks to technology lovers to sedentary basement-dwelling internet-surfers, the whole world was talking about Wikipedia.
However, Wikipedia still had to find a way to make money. Although Wales and Sanger toyed with the idea of setting up a small pornserver in a subdomain, they eventually decided that nobody really wanted to see them naked, and settled on switching to a .org domain. They hoped that they could con enough people into giving them money to pay for their bandwidth usage, and quickly coded a button that read "click here to donate to relief funds for the Rwanda genocide." A few thousand gullible paypal users later, and Wikipedia had all the money they would ever need.
Seeing that this method showed promising results, the Financial Department of Wikipedia, decided to make an even greater fund raising event which attracted more people. Vandalists, not wanting their work to become inaccessible , contributed more than the average writer. Also, worshipers of Mr. Wales had their part too, using their secret Swiss account so that the sum of all human knowledge would remain in safe hands.

  V. Doing exercise
True or False.
1.    Wikipedia is the number one choice for news for many web surfers.
2.    Wikipedia can be edited in real time by anyone.
3.    Only editors can post information on the site

         
nouns     Verbs
facility     overcrowded
pitch     relaxing
fiction     depressing
comedy     continental
documentary     superb
crime     attentive
leisure     perfect
reward    
blues    
Teenager    
   nouns     other
facility     turn on
pitch     turn off
fiction     turn up
comedy     play tricks on
documentary     smb.
crime     to get a turn
leisure    
   VI. Conclusion lesson
  VII. giving marks
 VIII. Home task
Exercises 3 retelling
Exercises 7 in writing form

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