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Презентация к уроку английского языка "English around the world" в 11 классе

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Презентация к уроку английского языка "English around the world" в 11 классе

Тема: «English – around  the world».

Класс: 11

Цели урока: 

  • познавательный аспект: увеличение объёма знаний об особенностях распространения и влияния английского языка в мире;

-развивающий аспектразвитие самостоятельности, творческих

                                            способностей, умения проводить

                                           проектную работу;

-воспитательный аспектвоспитание уважения к культуре других

                                            народов, воспитание культуры общения в

                                            коллективной деятельности.

-учебный аспект: развитие коммуникативных умений.

Задачи:

  • учить извлекать из прослушанного текста информацию и использовать полученные сведения в работе;
  • учить обмениваться мнениями с партнёрами;
  • учить обосновывать своё мнение, аргументировать, делать выводы.

Языковой материал: 

 

-лексический и грамматический материал по программе;

 

 

Оснащение урока:

компьютер, проекты выполненные в программе Power Point .

 

Время работы на уроке: 40 минут.

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«Презентация к уроку английского языка "English around the world" в 11 классе »

English began to spread around the world in 1607 when the English established a colony in Virginia. It was the first English-speaking settlement in America. Canadian English started life when British loyalists moved north into Canada in 1782 . Australian English began in 1788 when the first prisoners were sent to Australia as punishment. New Zealand English started in 1840 , with the treaty between the British and the Maoris in New Zealand.

English began to spread around the world in 1607 when the English established a colony in Virginia. It was the first English-speaking settlement in America.

Canadian English started life when British loyalists moved north into Canada in 1782 .

Australian English began in 1788 when the first prisoners were sent to Australia as punishment.

New Zealand English started in 1840 , with the treaty between the British and the Maoris in New Zealand.

Classify the countries according to the following groups English spoken as a first language English spoken as a second language-it is used in schools and universities and as a lingua franca English spoken widely as a foreign language Australia  Canada  Ireland Jamaica  New Zealand   the USA India  Kenya  Nigeria  Pakistan  the Philippines  Singapore  South Africa  Sri Lanka  Zimbabwe   Sweden the Netherlands

Classify the countries according to the following groups

English spoken as a first language

English spoken as a second language-it is used in schools and universities and as a lingua franca

English spoken widely as a foreign language

Australia Canada Ireland

Jamaica New Zealand

the USA

India Kenya Nigeria Pakistan the Philippines Singapore South Africa Sri Lanka Zimbabwe

Sweden

the Netherlands

Complete the sentences with the appropriate words 1 – the expansion 1. Becoming a world language has happened because of …. of the British Empire in the 18th and 19th centuries. 2. It has happened because of …. of the United States in the 20th century. 3. Now there are around 400 million speakers of English as … in countries such as Australia, Canada, New Zealand and etc. 4. Many more millions of people speak English as …. , a language used in government, business and education. 5. In countries where hundreds of languages exist, it works as … – a way of communicating with people from other countries. 2 – the enormous economic power 3 – a first language 4 – a second language 5 – a lingua franca the expansion, a lingua franca, the enormous economic power, a second language, a first language

Complete the sentences with the appropriate words

1 – the expansion

1. Becoming a world language has happened because of …. of the British Empire in the 18th and 19th centuries.

2. It has happened because of ….

of the United States in the 20th century.

3. Now there are around 400 million speakers of English as … in countries such as Australia, Canada, New Zealand and etc.

4. Many more millions of people speak English as …. , a language used in government, business and education.

5. In countries where hundreds of languages exist, it works

as … – a way of communicating with people from other countries.

2 – the enormous economic power

3 – a first language

4 – a second language

5 – a lingua franca

the expansion, a lingua franca, the enormous economic power, a second language, a first language

Australia's official language is English. Australians speak the same English across the nation-there are no regional dialects and only minor idiomatic and semantic variations between the States. Australians understand each other as easily as they understand a person from another country who speaks English. Why is then that English-speaking visitors to Australia have trouble understanding the Aussie accent?

Australia's official language is English. Australians speak the same English across the nation-there are no regional dialects and only minor idiomatic and semantic variations between the States. Australians understand each other as easily as they understand a person from another country who speaks English. Why is then that English-speaking visitors to Australia have trouble understanding the Aussie accent?

There are many theories about the evolution of the Australian accent. You will also find remnants of ‘cockney’,  Irish, Scottish and Welsh influence in the Australian pronunciation of some words. Then, of course, there was a large influx of German, Greek and Italian immigration , which has also had an influence as well. Later the language has been strongly influenced by TV media from the USA.

There are many theories about the evolution of the Australian accent.

You will also find remnants of ‘cockney’, Irish, Scottish and Welsh influence in the Australian pronunciation of some words. Then, of course, there was a large influx of German, Greek and Italian immigration , which has also had an influence as well. Later the language has been strongly influenced by TV media from the USA.

Australian accents are different from various British ones : Australian « day » sounds like « die »; Australian « buy » sounds like « boy » . There are different Australian accents : Cultivated, General and Broad. In the « broad » variant the vowel shifts are particularly obvious. Australian English, especially its oral and not very educated variation is called Strine.

Australian accents are different from various British ones : Australian « day » sounds like « die »; Australian « buy » sounds like « boy » .

There are different Australian accents : Cultivated, General and Broad. In the « broad » variant the vowel shifts are particularly obvious. Australian English, especially its oral and not very educated variation is called Strine.

Australia Australian English does not differ much from other forms of English, although some colloquial and slang expressions are unique. For example :  « G'day »( Good day ) means « Hello » and « Ta-ta » means « Goodbye » . Australians are fond of inventing and using colloquialisms for every aspect of life. Sayings which have a regional origin are used widely. For example, « Albany doctor » , « back o' Bourke » , « Buckley's chance » are universally used.

Australia

Australian English does not differ much from other forms of English, although some colloquial and slang expressions are unique. For example : « G'day »( Good day ) means « Hello » and « Ta-ta » means « Goodbye » . Australians are fond of inventing and using colloquialisms for every aspect of life. Sayings which have a regional origin are used widely. For example, « Albany doctor » , « back o' Bourke » , « Buckley's chance » are universally used.

There are many native languages which the Aborigines speak. One in every seven Australians older than five years speaks a language other than English at home. The most common languages are Italian, Greek, Chinese, German and etc.

There are many native languages which the Aborigines speak. One in every seven Australians older than five years speaks a language other than English at home. The most common languages are Italian, Greek, Chinese, German and etc.

Languages of Canada

Languages of Canada

Canada is the world's second largest country by total area and shares land borders with the United States to the south and northwest. It is known as a multicultural country.

Canada is the world's second largest country by total area and shares land borders with the United States to the south and northwest. It is known as a multicultural country.

Canada's two official languages are English and French . Official Bilingualism in Canada is law. English and French have equal status in federal courts, Parliament, and in all federal institutions.

Canada's two official languages are English and French . Official Bilingualism in Canada is law. English and French have equal status in federal courts, Parliament, and in all federal institutions.

Although 85% of French-speaking Canadians live in Quebec. The Charter of the French Language in Quebec makes French the official language in Quebec, and New Brunswick.

Although 85% of French-speaking Canadians live in Quebec. The Charter of the French Language in Quebec makes French the official language in Quebec, and New Brunswick.

Other provinces have no official languages Several aboriginal languages have official status in Northwest Territories. Inuktitut is the majority language in Nunavut, and one of three official languages in the territory.

Other provinces have no official languages Several aboriginal languages have official status in Northwest Territories. Inuktitut is the majority language in Nunavut, and one of three official languages in the territory.

Non-official languages are important in Canada. Some significant non-official first languages include Chinese (853,745 first-language speakers), Italian (469,485), German (438,080), and Punjabi (271,220)‏

Non-official languages are important in Canada. Some significant non-official first languages include Chinese (853,745 first-language speakers), Italian (469,485), German (438,080), and Punjabi (271,220)‏

To sum up, we would like to say, that Canadian culture has historically been influenced by British , French , and Aboriginal cultures and traditions. It has also been influenced by American culture because of its proximity and migration between the two countries.

To sum up, we would like to say, that Canadian culture has historically been influenced by British , French , and Aboriginal cultures and traditions. It has also been influenced by American culture because of its proximity and migration between the two countries.

The variety of English spoken in the USA has received the name of American English.  The term variant or variety appears most appropriate for several reasons.

The variety of English spoken in the USA has received the name of American English.

The term variant or variety appears most appropriate for several reasons.

American English can not be called a dialect although it is a regional variety.  It has a literary normalized form called Standard American, whereas by definition that any dialect has no literary form.

American English can not be called a dialect although it is a regional variety.

It has a literary normalized form called Standard American, whereas by definition that any dialect has no literary form.

Neither is it a separate language, as some American authors realize because it has neither grammar nor vocabulary of its own. From the lexical point of view one shall have to deal only with a heterogeneous set of Americanisms.

Neither is it a separate language, as some American authors realize because it has neither grammar nor vocabulary of its own. From the lexical point of view one shall have to deal only with a heterogeneous set of Americanisms.

An Americanism may be defined as a word or a set expression peculiar to the English language as spoken in the USA.

An Americanism may be defined as a word or a set expression peculiar to the English language as spoken in the USA.

The American English differs from the British English in pronunciation, some minor features of grammar, but chiefly in vocabulary.

The American English differs from the British English in pronunciation, some minor features of grammar, but chiefly in vocabulary.

English and Maori are the official languages of New Zealand, although the country is predominantly English – speaking. Almost all of the Maori speak English, and only about 50000 are considered fluent Maori speakers.

English and Maori are the official languages of New Zealand, although the country is predominantly English – speaking.

Almost all of the Maori speak English, and only about 50000 are considered fluent Maori speakers.

Other Polynesian and European languages are spoken by a small percentage of the population. Most immigrants of foreign tongue adopt English as a second language, and their children are educated in English.

Other Polynesian and European languages are spoken by a small percentage of the population.

Most immigrants of foreign tongue adopt English as a second language, and their children are educated in English.

New Zealand English is different from Australian English; it is pure and clear; it is easily understood everywhere in the world. At the same time although New Zealand lies over 1600 km away, the English spoken there is similar to that of Australia.

New Zealand English is different from Australian English; it is pure and clear; it is easily understood everywhere in the world.

At the same time although New Zealand lies over 1600 km away, the English spoken there is similar to that of Australia.

Maori place names are widely used, and some personal names are well known (Ngaio, Kiri). New Zealand English has many borrowings from Polynesian languages : kiwi, moa, tui (birds), kauri, rata, maire (trees), etc.

Maori place names are widely used, and some personal names are well known (Ngaio, Kiri).

New Zealand English has many borrowings from Polynesian languages : kiwi, moa, tui (birds), kauri, rata, maire (trees), etc.

Are these sentences true or false? 1. The American English differs from the British English in pronunciation, some minor features of grammar, but chiefly in vocabulary. 2. American English borrowed words from Native American languages. 3. Australian English, especially its oral and not very educated variation is called Strine.  4. Canadians do not use American words. 5. Australian English has similarities with a London ‘cockney’ accent. 6. New Zealand English sounds very different from Australian English. True  True True False True False

Are these sentences true or false?

1. The American English differs from the British English in pronunciation, some minor features of grammar, but chiefly in vocabulary.

2. American English borrowed words from Native American languages.

3. Australian English, especially its oral and not very educated variation is called Strine.

4. Canadians do not use American words.

5. Australian English has similarities with a London ‘cockney’ accent.

6. New Zealand English sounds very different from Australian English.

True

True

True

False

True

False

Match these dates with the events below . 1788, 1782, 1840, 1607 1607 1. _________ the first British colony in Virginia 2. _________ British loyalists move north into Canada 3. ________ the first prison colony in Australia 5. _________ the treaty between the British and the Maoris  in New Zealand 1782 1788 1840

Match these dates with the events below .

1788, 1782, 1840, 1607

1607

1. _________ the first British colony in Virginia

2. _________ British loyalists move north into Canada

3. ________ the first prison colony in Australia

5. _________ the treaty between the British and the Maoris

in New Zealand

1782

1788

1840

The great German poet Goethe said :  “He, who knows no foreign language, doesn’t know his own one”.

The great German poet Goethe said : “He, who knows no foreign language, doesn’t know his own one”.


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