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Конспект урока английского языка "Правила обеспечения надежной работы с компьютером"

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Тема «Правила обеспечения надежной работы с компьютером».

Преподаватель Климова Ирина Владимировна.

Тип урока: комбинированный.

Цели урока.

  • Совершенствование навыков чтения вслух и про себя.
  • Пополнение словарного запаса.
  • Совершенствование грамматических навыков.

Оснащение. Карточки с раздаточным материалом. 

Ход урока.

 

  1. Организационный момент и повторение темы предыдущего урока.

 

  1. Работа с темой  урока.

 

What rules for reliable operation of the computer do you know?

 

III.Работа с текстом.

Safety Precautions

A few warnings and reminders before you start disassembling your computer tower (системный блок вертикального расположения) to keep both your unit and yourself safe.

Тема «Правила обеспечения надежной работы с компьютером».

Преподаватель Климова Ирина Владимировна.

Тип урока: комбинированный.

Цели урока.

  • Совершенствование навыков чтения вслух и про себя.
  • Пополнение словарного запаса.
  • Совершенствование грамматических навыков.

Оснащение. Карточки с раздаточным материалом. 

Ход урока.

 

  1. Организационный момент и повторение темы предыдущего урока.

 

  1. Работа с темой  урока.

 

What rules for reliable operation of the computer do you know?

 

III.Работа с текстом.

Safety Precautions

A few warnings and reminders before you start disassembling your computer tower (системный блок вертикального расположения) to keep both your unit and yourself safe.

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«Конспект урока английского языка "Правила обеспечения надежной работы с компьютером"»

 

Тема «Правила обеспечения надежной работы с компьютером».


Преподаватель Климова Ирина Владимировна.


Тип урока: комбинированный.

Цели урока.

  • Совершенствование навыков чтения вслух и про себя.

  • Пополнение словарного запаса.

  • Совершенствование грамматических навыков.


Оснащение. Карточки с раздаточным материалом.



































Ход урока.




  1. Организационный момент и повторение темы предыдущего урока.


  1. Работа с темой урока.


What rules for reliable operation of the computer do you know?


III.Работа с текстом.



Safety Precautions

A few warnings and reminders before you start disassembling your computer tower (системный блок вертикального расположения) to keep both your unit and yourself safe.

1. Fully shut down and unplug the computer before you make any attempts to disassemble the tower.

2. Take off any metal objects on your arms or fingers such as bracelets, rings or watches. Even if your unit is unplugged, there may still be some remaining electric charge.

3. Make sure your hands are completely dry to avoid damaging any mechanical parts as well as to avoid electrocution.

4. Work in a cool area to avoid perspiration (запотевание) for the same reason as seen in the previous number.

5. Before touching any part within the tower, put your hands against another metal surface (such as the computer casing) to remove static charge, which may damage sensitive devices.

6. Prepare a place to keep any screws (винт) you may remove. A container or piece of paper with labels for each part (casing, motherboard, CD drive, etc) is ideal to avoid confusion between the similar-looking screws.

7. Handle all parts with care. Place each piece you remove carefully down onto a stable surface.

8. If a component does not come out easily, do not forcefully remove it. Instead, check that you are removing it correctly and that no wires or other parts are in the way.

9. Be careful when holding the motherboard, it’s underside (изнанка) actually quite pointy (довольно острые) and able to hurt you.

10. Never attempt to remove the power source, a box attached to the side or bottom of the unit to which all cables are connected.

11. When removing any cables, wires or ribbons, make sure to grasp the wire at the base to keep it from breaking.

12. Be careful not to drop any small parts (particularly screws) into unreachable areas such as into the computer fan (вентилятор компьютера) or disk drive (дисковод).

13. Take note that the three of the most damaging things to a computer are moisture (sweat, drinking water), shock (electric or from being dropped) and dust (any debris (обломки) from household dust to bits of food).

Have a safe experience in assembling your computer!

1.Выписать подчеркнутые слова.

2. Какие слова сочетаются с данными глаголами

to avoid - damaging any mechanical parts // electrocution// perspiration// confusion between the similar-looking screws

to remove- static charge// each piece// component correctly, forcefully // static charge// which may damage sensitive devices// screws// the power source// cables// wires or ribbons//

3. Назовите номера предложений, не соответствующих содержанию текста.

  1. Connect the computer to the electric power before you make any attempts to disassemble the tower.

  2. Take off any metal objects on your arms or fingers such as bracelets, rings or watches.

  3. Make sure your hands are completely wet to avoid damaging any mechanical parts as well as to avoid electrocution.

  4. Work in a warm area to avoid perspiration (запотевание) for the same reason as seen in the previous number.

  5. Prepare a place to keep any screws (винт) you may remove.

  6. If a component does not come out easily, forcefully remove it.

  7. Never attempt to remove the power source, a box attached to the side or bottom of the unit to which all cables are connected.

  8. Take note that the three of the most damaging things to a computer are heat, shock and metal objects/

4. Заполните пропуски в предложениях.

  1. A few warnings and reminders before you start disassembling your computer tower (системный блок вертикального расположения) to keep both your unit and yourself safe.

  2. Take off any metal objects on your arms or fingers such as bracelets, rings or watches. Even if your unit is unplugged, there may still be some remaining electric charge.

  3. Before touching any part within the tower, put your hands against another metal surface (such as the computer casing) to remove static charge, which may damage sensitive devices.

  4. A container or piece of paper with labels for each part (casing, motherboard, CD drive, etc) is ideal to avoid confusion between the similar-looking screws.

  5. Handle all parts with care. Place each piece you remove carefully down onto a stable surface.

  6. Be careful when holding the motherboard, it’s underside (изнанка) actually quite pointy (довольно острые) and able to hurt you.

  7. Never attempt to remove the power source, a box attached to the side or bottom of the unit to which all cables are connected.



  1. A few -------and ---------before you start ---------your computer ----------

  2. Take off any ------- ---------- on your arms or fingers such as--------, ---------or--------

  3. Even if your unit is unplugged, there may still be some ---------electric---------.

  4. Before touching any part within the tower, put your hands against another -------- ---------static charge, which may ---------- sensitive devices.

  5. A container or piece of paper with ---------for each part (casing, ---------, CD drive, etc) is ideal to avoid ---------between the similar-looking screws.

  6. ---------all parts with care. Place each piece you remove carefully down onto --------surface.

  7. Be careful when holding the motherboard, it’s ----------actually quite --------.

  8. Never attempt to remove the-------- ---------, a box -------to the side or bottom of the unit to which all cables are---------.



III. Повторение грамматики. Выполнение грамматического теста.

Task 1

Present tenses

Complete the conversations with the correct form of the verbs in brackets.

A Hi, my name’s George Spencer. I work (work) for A-One Logistics. (1)___ you___ (enjoy) the conference?

B Hello, I’m Carl Sants from Heron Management. Yes, it’s very interesting. I (2) ___(think) the speakers are excellent. I ___(not know) which one to choose now. I (3) ___(want) to go to the talk on Computers and Project Management later this afternoon.

A (4) ___you___ (work) in management?

B Yes, but at the moment I (5)___ (do) some research into management and information technology.

C Excuse me, can I ask you something? What ____(6) you and your wife____ (do) in your free time?

D We (7)___ (go) cycling together at weekends.

C Anything else?

D During the week, she (8) ___(do) T’ai Chi and I ___(9) (study) Chinese. I (10) ___(work) very hard just now because I have an exam next month.


Task 2

Auxiliary verbs and short answers

Complete the conversation with the correct auxiliary verb.

A = Anna C = Chris

A Oh, hi. Sorry I’m late. Have you been waiting long?

C About half an hour actually. What happened? (1)__ your train arrive late?

A No, it (2)__ . It was my fault. I lost my keys. It took me ages to find them

C Oh well, it doesn’t matter now. (3) ___you had lunch yet?

A No, I (4)___ and I’m really hungry. Let’s have something to eat now (5)__ you like Thai food?

C Mm, yes I (6)__

A Well, there’s a new Thai restaurant near here. It opened last month.

C (7)__ you been there before?

A No, I (8)__ but my sister went last week and she thought it was great.

A OK, let’s try there.


Task 3


Questions Complete the questions for the answers. Example What is your favourite day of the week? I like Fridays best.


1 How often ___________? We have English classes twice a week.

2 Who _____________? I’m emailing my brother.

3 How many____________ ? I work about 35 hours a week.

4 Do ____________? No, I don’t eat meat, I’m a vegetarian.

5 When __________? They moved to London last October.

6 Did ____________? No, we didn’t play football yesterday, we went for a drink.

7 Why ___________? I like my job because I like working in a team.

8 Where ___________? He’s teaching English at a school in Venice.


Task 4

Active or passive?

Choose the correct forms. Example I think most footballers pay / are paid too much.

1 The Olympic Games hold / are held in a different city every four years.

2 How much are you earned / do you earn a year?

3 In my college classes start / are started at 9 a.m.

4 Is service included / Does service include in the bill?

5 I can’t drive you to the airport because my car is repairing / is being repaired.

6 The number of female managers is growing / is being grown.

7 Most students are studied / study a second language at school.

8 The kitchen was redecorated / redecorated last month.

9 Millions of trees cut / are cut down every year.

10 My new job involves / is involved a lot of travel.


Task 5

Past tenses

Complete the text with the correct past form of the verbs in brackets. Some of the answers are passive. When I was (be) at school, I (1) (used / love) art. I (2) (spend) hours every weekend, just sketching and painting outside in the country. By the time I was 15, I was quite good because my dad (3) (teach) me all about colour and light when I was much younger. I (4) (stop) painting when I (5) (go) to university. I (6) (not / can) even remember where I (7) (leave) my paints and sketchbooks! Then while I (8) (sort out) some stuff in my old bedroom in mum’s house, I (9) (come across) all my materials and some old paintings of the countryside where I lived. I (10) (look through) them for a few minutes before I realized that my girlfriend (11) (stand) beside me. ‘These paintings are really good!’ she said. ‘When (12) you (give up) art?’ I explained that I (13) (not do) any painting for years. In the following months, my family (14) (encourage) me to take it up again. After I (15) (produce) about a dozen paintings, I (16) (hold) a small exhibition in the local art gallery. While the visitors (17) (look round), I (18) (interview) by a journalist from the newspaper. In her article, I (19) (describe) as ‘a new local talent’ and a few days later three landscapes (20) (sell) at the gallery. I was absolutely amazed!


Task 6

should/must/have to/be allowed to

Rewrite the sentences with the correct form of the verb in brackets. Example It’s a good idea for you to get more exercise. (should) You should get more exercise.

1 It’s illegal to smoke in a pub. (must) You______ .

2 Can parents park outside the school? (be allowed to) parents______ ?

3 It isn’t advisable to eat too much. (should) People_______ .

4 It isn’t necessary to wear school uniform (have to) You______ .

5 Is it necessary for visitors to sign in at reception? (have to) visitors_____ ?

6 Wearing a seat belt is compulsory in the UK. (must) All drivers and passengers_______ .

7 Women couldn’t vote in the 1800s. (be allowed to) Women_______ .

8 It was necessary for me to work late. (have to) I______ .


Task 7

General grammar revision

Read the email. Choose the correct answers. If there is a gap, write one suitable word – a preposition, an auxiliary verb, a modal verb, an adverb of frequency, etc.


Hi Katie


How are things? (1) ___you get the job that we (2) are talking / talking / were talking about last time we met? Actually, (3) I’ve looked / I’ve been looking / I look for a new job for a while, too. In fact, (4) I think / I’m thinking / I thought of changing career altogether, as (5) I’m not / I haven’t / I don’t enjoy working in Human Resources any more. It’s a bit dull because I (6)___ to do the same thing every day and (7) I haven’t / I’m not / I don’t allowed to organize my own work. My boss (8) gives / giving / is giving me a list of tasks at the start of each week, and she hardly (9)___ gives us any praise. I get on really well (10)___ my colleagues, but I’m not (11) paying / paid / pay enough to put up with such a boring job! I (12)___ had a couple of interviews for different jobs recently, but no success up to now.


Guess who I (13) saw / see / seen in town last week – Connie Hughes from our old school. She (14)___ to be so quiet, but she looks completely different now. When I saw her, she (15)___ wearing a fantastic Versace dress and looked so elegant. Apparently, she’s (16)____ modelling in the US for five years. She (17) is earned / earns / earning a fortune! What a surprise! Anyway, a school reunion is (18)___ organized at the moment. (19) Have / Should / Must we go, do you think? It would be fun to see everyone again.


Anyway, I’ve (20)___ to to go now. Email me soon.


Marion


Task 8

Pronouns

Replace the words in italics with a pronoun. Example She can’t give up chocolate. She can’t give it up.


1 You should take up tennis.

2 Did you look up the article on the Net?

3 Can you look after my little sister tomorrow?

4 Do you take after your father?

5 I get on well with my wife’s parents.

6 They brought their children up to be very active.

7 Did you pick up Spanish easily?

8 I’m really looking forward to your party next week.


Task 9

Vocabulary

Choose the word that has a different meaning. Example boil herb roast fry

1 spend pay earn money

2 oven dish chop saucepan

3 draw paint paintbrush sketch

4 weed ball net racket


Task 10

Pronunciation

Choose the word that has a different pronunciation. Example tooth truth foot boot

1 caught square floor war

2 meat heat cheat bread

3 tear heart bear pear

4 look good blood foot


TOTAL 100



Ответы


  1. Present tenses 1 Are … enjoying 6 do … do 2 think 7 go 3 want 8 does 4 Do … work 9 study 5 ’m doing 10 ’m working

  2. Auxiliary verbs and short answers 1 Did 5 Do 2 didn’t 6 do 3 Have 7 Have 4 haven’t 8 haven’t


  1. Questions 1 do you have English classes 2 are you emailing 3 hours a week do you work 4 you eat meat 5 did they move to London 6 you play football yesterday 7 do you like your job 8 is he teaching English


  1. Active or passive? 1 are held 2 do you earn 3 start 4 Is service included 5 is being repaired 6 is growing 7 study 8 was redecorated 9 are cut 10 involves


  1. Past tenses 1 used to love 2 spent 3 had taught 4 stopped 5 went 6 couldn’t 7 had left 8 was sorting out 9 came across 10 had been looking through 11 was standing 12 did … give up 13 hadn’t done 14 encouraged 15 had produced 16 held 17 were looking round 18 was interviewed 19 was described 20 were sold


  1. should/must/have to/be allowed to 1 mustn’t smoke in a pub 2 Are … allowed to park outside the school? 3 shouldn’t eat too much 4 don’t have to wear school uniform 5 Do … have to sign in at reception? 6 must wear a seat belt in the UK 7 weren’t allowed to vote in the 1800s 8 had to work late


  1. General revision 1 Did 11 paid 2 were talking 12 ’ve 3 I’ve been looking 13 saw 4 I’m thinking 14 used 5 I don’t 15 was 6 have 16 been 7 I’m not 17 earns 8 gives 18 being 9 ever 19 Should 10 with 20 got


  1. Vocabulary 1 1 You should take it up. 2 Did you look it up on the Net? 3 Can you look after her tomorrow? 4 Do you take after him? 5 I get on well with them. 6 They brought them up to be very active. 7 Did you pick it up quickly? 8 I’m really looking forward to it next week.


  1. Vocabulary 2 1 money 3 paintbrush 2 chop 4 weed

  1. Vocabulary 3 1 square 3 heart 2 bread 4 blood


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Конспект урока английского языка "Правила обеспечения надежной работы с компьютером"

Автор: Климова Ирина Владимировна

Дата: 06.02.2019

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