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ЛИЦЕЙ при КАЗАХСКОЙ ГОЛОВНОЙ АКАДЕМИИ АРХИТЕКТУРЫ И СТРОИТЕЛЬСТВА

HAND OUT

Discipline: English Grade : 8

Term: 3

Teacher: Shaimanova S.T.

Lesson:1-2

Theme: Unit: The World of Work

Learning objectives 8.1.6.1 (8.C6) Organise and present information clearly to others

8.3.3.1 (8.S3) Give an opinion at discourse level on a wide range of

general and curricular topics

Assessment criteria Form ideas effectively and demonstrate the ability to express

them

Express thoughts about the given topic in the conversations

Level of thinking skills Knowledge and comprehension

Task. Read the headings and match them with the pictures. Explain your choice.

A. Looking for work? Put yourself in the driving seat!

C. An opportunity to sink your teeth into!

E. Have you got the right ingredients?

B. A cut above the rest

D. Earn your wings!

A learner

matches the headings with the pictures correctly;

justifies his/her answers;

Glossary

English

Russian

Kazakh

1

job



2

Earn wings



3

Cut above the rest



4

Opportunity to sink



5

Put yourself in the driving seat



6




7
























































ЛИЦЕЙ при КАЗАХСКОЙ ГОЛОВНОЙ АКАДЕМИИ АРХИТЕКТУРЫ И СТРОИТЕЛЬСТВА

HAND OUT

Discipline: English Grade : 8

Term: 3

Teacher: Shaimanova S.T.

Lesson:3

Theme: Unit: The Natural World

Glossary

English

Russian

Kazakh

1

saxauls

саксаул

Сексеуіл

2

goitered

зоб

зоб

3

urials

похороны


4

marals

морали

маралы

5

ustured

нас превратили

бізді айналды

6

urials

похороны


7

insects

кровососущие насекомые

қан соратын жәндіктер

8

swallow

ласточка

ласточка

9

griffons

грифоны

грифондар

10

goitred

зоб

зоб

11

gull

чайка

шағала

12

falcons

Соколиный

қыран

13

hedgehog

еж

кірпі












Task. Read the text and retell it to your partner. You have 10 minutes to prepare and 5 minutes to tell your partner what the text is about.

Learners work in pairs. They are given different texts. Teacher gives learners time to read the texts and prepare to retell it to the partner. While one learner is telling the story, the other one is listening and assessing a learner on given criteria.

Learner A

Sacred pythons

One day a very long time ago some of Naayire people went hunting. They walked and walked in the bush but found nothing. They were very far from home. “We must sleep in the bush,”- the chief said, - “We must find a good place to sleep”. The hunters were not afraid to sleep in the bush but they knew: animals sometimes killed sleeping hunters. And there were some bad people too, in the bush.

The hunters came to a place with big trees round it. They decided to rest and sleep on the grass. They didn’t make a fire and ate only some nuts which they carried in their bags. Then they went to sleep. All of them were tired. They slept soundly. They didn’t hear that their enemies were coming nearer and nearer to them.

But in one of the trees above the sleeping men something moved and fell down on the head of a young hunter. He jumped up and cried: a big python was on his head! The Naayire people got up quickly and saw the enemies round them. A fight began. Soon the enemies ran away and that was the end of the fight.

The Naayire hunters came up to their chief to talk about the fight.

“What made you jump up?”- the chief asked.

“It was a python,” – he said, - “It fell on my head but it did not kill me!”

Then the chief said: “That python saved our lives. Pythons will be sacred animals in our country”.

Even today the Naayire people love pythons. If you go into their houses in the rainy season, you will find a python there. The pythons never harm anyone; they don’t eat even the chickens!

python-a very large snake that kills animals for food

hunter – a person or an animal that hunts animals for food or for sport

enemy-a person who hates or opposes another person

fight- to use physical force to try to defeat another person or group of people

nuts – the dry fruits of particular trees that grow in a hard shell and can often be eaten



ЛИЦЕЙ при КАЗАХСКОЙ ГОЛОВНОЙ АКАДЕМИИ АРХИТЕКТУРЫ И СТРОИТЕЛЬСТВА

HAND OUT

Discipline: English Grade : 8

Term: 3

Teacher: Shaimanova S.T.

Lesson:4

Theme: Unit: The Natural World

Glossary

English

Russian

Kazakh

1

saxauls

саксаул

Сексеуіл

2

goitered

зоб

зоб

3

urials

похороны


4

marals

морали

маралы

5

ustured

нас превратили

бізді айналды

6

urials



7

insects

кровососущие насекомые

қан соратын жәндіктер

8

swallow

ласточка

ласточка





ЛИЦЕЙ при КАЗАХСКОЙ ГОЛОВНОЙ АКАДЕМИИ АРХИТЕКТУРЫ И СТРОИТЕЛЬСТВА

HAND OUT

Discipline: English Grade : 8

Term: 3

Teacher: Shaimanova S.T.

Lesson:5

Theme: Unit: The Natural World

Task. Imagine you have started a campaign, for example, to protect your local environment. Write a campaign letter. You should:

 Have a clear aim of your campaign

 Have a name for your campaign

 Tell to the reader when you started your campaign, what you have already done and what

would you like to do in the future

Peer Editing Checklist

Use the following checklist to help you evaluate your partner’s writing. Remember to write compliments and to offer 2 constructive suggestions.

Compliments__________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

_____________________________________________________________________________________

1. Has the author conveyed main point(s) clearly? Yes/No

2. Does the paper stick to the topic or has the author included any irrelevant information or arguments? Yes/No.

3. Has the author answered all questions of the assignment? Yes/No

If no, write what is missed (description of the issue, explanation of the problem, actions/activities to do).

________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Task

________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

4. Is the writing smooth, logically sequenced, coherent? Yes/No

If no, write why (linking words, paragraphs).

________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

5. Is the writing convincing? Are YOU convinced? Yes/No

If no, write why. ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

6. Has the author used fitting vocabulary (persuasive words, descriptive adjectives, vivid verbs) or is the writing wordy? Please mark passages that need to be reworded. Yes/No.

________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

7. Has the author used correct language (grammar and spelling)? Please mark any passages that need to be corrected.

________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

____________________________________________________________________________________

Glossary

English

Russian

Kazakh

1

saxauls

саксаул

Сексеуіл

2

goitered

зоб

зоб

3

urials

похороны


4

marals

морали

маралы

5

ustured

нас превратили

бізді айналды

6

urials



7

insects

кровососущие насекомые

қан соратын жәндіктер

8

swallow

ласточка

ласточка















ЛИЦЕЙ при КАЗАХСКОЙ ГОЛОВНОЙ АКАДЕМИИ АРХИТЕКТУРЫ И СТРОИТЕЛЬСТВА

HAND OUT

Discipline: English Grade : 8

Term: 3

Teacher: Shaimanova S.T.

Lesson:6

Theme: Unit: The Natural World

Task. Fix the punctuation and capitalization mistakes on these envelopes.

Teacher revises basic rules connected with punctuation: full stop, capital letters, commas, question marks, quotation marks, exclamation marks.

Answer keys

Mr. Fred Smith

1200 Tobias St.

Cleveland, OH 10001

Mr. and Mrs. Davis

34 Pine Hill Rd.

A learner


 explains basic rules for punctuation;

 demonstrates knowledge of terminology connected with punctuation;


 uses punctuation and capitalization correctly.


Glossary

English

Russian

Kazakh

1

saxauls

саксаул

Сексеуіл

2

goitered

зоб

зоб

3

urials

похороны


4

marals

морали

маралы

5

ustured

нас превратили

бізді айналды

6










ЛИЦЕЙ при КАЗАХСКОЙ ГОЛОВНОЙ АКАДЕМИИ АРХИТЕКТУРЫ И СТРОИТЕЛЬСТВА

HAND OUT

Discipline: English Grade : 8

Term: 3

Teacher: Shaimanova S.T.

Lesson:7

Theme: Unit: The Natural World

Task. Work with your partner and answer the questions. Discuss these questions as a group.

What are some animals you might find in the forest?

What types of plants would you expect to find in the forest?

What types of plants and animals live in a rain forest?

What are the names of the four seasons?

What types of weather do you usually find in the spring, summer, fall, and winter where you live?

How does a temperate forest differ from a tropical forest?

Why is it important to know about the weather?

Descriptor

A learner


 participates in the group discussion actively;



 uses an appropriate topical vocabulary;



 asks questions to get information about the topic;



 answers the questions.


Glossary

English

Russian

Kazakh

1

saxauls

саксаул

Сексеуіл

2

goitered

зоб

зоб

3




4

marals

морали

маралы

5

ustured

нас превратили

бізді айналды

6


















ЛИЦЕЙ при КАЗАХСКОЙ ГОЛОВНОЙ АКАДЕМИИ АРХИТЕКТУРЫ И СТРОИТЕЛЬСТВА

HAND OUT

Discipline: English Grade : 8

Term: 3

Teacher: Shaimanova S.T.

Lesson:8

Theme: Unit: The Natural World

Task.Work in pairs and interview each other.

LEARNER A’s QUESTIONS

1. What things do you think about when you hear the word ‘nature'?

2. How important is nature to you? Why?

3. What is the most beautiful thing in nature? Why?

4. How does being in nature make you feel? Why?

5. What bad things are people doing to nature?


LEARNER B’s QUESTIONS

1. What is nature?

2. What would life be like without nature?

3. How important is nature in your culture?

4. Are there any bad things about nature?

5. What three things can you do today to help nature?



A learner


 asks questions to the classmate;

 responds to the questions and gives relevant answers;



 uses an appropriate topical vocabulary;



 makes an argument and gives reasons.




Glossary

English

Russian

Kazakh

1

saxauls

саксаул

Сексеуіл

2

goitered

зоб

зоб

3




4

marals

морали

маралы

5

ustured

нас превратили

бізді айналды













ЛИЦЕЙ при КАЗАХСКОЙ ГОЛОВНОЙ АКАДЕМИИ АРХИТЕКТУРЫ И СТРОИТЕЛЬСТВА

HAND OUT

Discipline: English Grade : 8

Term: 3

Teacher: Shaimanova S.T.

Lesson:9

Theme: Unit: The Natural World

Task 1. Discuss the questions in a class.

1. Our planet is running out of time. Why? What does it mean?

2. What are the problems that we may face in the future because of the using up of all the resources?


Task 2. Read the article and answer the questions based on the reading passage. Don’t forget to go back to the passage whenever necessary to find or confirm your answers.

Competing for Resources

The resources of any one environment are limited. Depending on which plants and animals share the environment, there may not be enough of everything to go around. All organisms need water, food and shelter to stay alive. These resources are beneficial, which means they are good for the organisms. When an environment is low on any of these things, organisms must compete for them. Those who get to the resources first have the best chance of survival. Being without water, food or shelter for very long is detrimental, which means it is harmful to organisms.

The resources in an area determine how big the plant and animal populations can be. Sometimes there are too many living things in an area. The weakest of the populations will not be able to get the resources they need. As the weak die out, the populations get smaller. Finally, the area’s resources recover and can support them again.

Sometimes people will capture members of large animal populations and move them. They take them to another location with less competition. This helps the animals survive.

Sometimes the government will allow hunting of large animal populations. Deer and rabbits can be a good food source for people. When there are too many of these animals in an area, They sometimes come into the cities looking for food. They often cause trouble. Hunting keeps the number of animals under control.

Answer the questions.

1) Why do organisms sometimes have to compete for resources?

____________________________________________________________________________

____________________________________________________________________________

Glossary

English

Russian

Kazakh

1

environment

среда

қоршаған орта

2

source

источник

көзі

3

recover

оправляться

қалпына келтіру

4

hunting

охота

аң аулау

5

populations

популяции

халықтың













ЛИЦЕЙ при КАЗАХСКОЙ ГОЛОВНОЙ АКАДЕМИИ АРХИТЕКТУРЫ И СТРОИТЕЛЬСТВА

HAND OUT

Discipline: English Grade : 8

Term: 3

Teacher: Shaimanova S.T.

Lesson:10

Theme: Unit: The Natural World

Task 1. You are going to start a campaign to protect your local environment. Complete the mind map.

Learners have to imagine that they have started a campaign, for example, to protect their local environment. They write a letter to the organization.

Pre-writing activity. Planning.

Learners work individually and work on their mind maps that will help them to plan their writing more efficiently. Discuss in a class how to write a persuasive letter. Topic

Purpos

Audienc

Supporting reasons

Persuasive words


Writing guide

 Address and date


Put your address in the top right-hand corner, and add the date below.

 Begin your letter


Dear + the name of the person/group you’re writing to.

 Explain why you are writing.


I’m writing to tell you about …

My friend and I have started a campaign to…

 Think of a good way to finish.


Would you like to write about our campaign in your newsletter?

 Endings


You can use:

With best wishes from…

Best wishes, …

Yours sincerely…

Glossary

English

Russian

Kazakh

1

environment

среда

қоршаған орта

2

source

источник

көзі

3

recover

оправляться

қалпына келтіру

4

hunting

охота

аң аулау

5

populations

популяции

халықтың







ЛИЦЕЙ при КАЗАХСКОЙ ГОЛОВНОЙ АКАДЕМИИ АРХИТЕКТУРЫ И СТРОИТЕЛЬСТВА

HAND OUT

Discipline: English Grade : 8

Term: 3

Teacher: Shaimanova S.T.

Lesson:11

Theme: Unit: The Natural World

Task 1. Read the text. What campaign did Janine Licare start? Why?

Take action!

If you care about the environment, you will really enjoy this month’s newsletter. Let’s go to Costa Rica and see how one determined teenager has tried to change the world.

Janine Licare was only nine years old when she decided to take action. She was worried because the rainforest around her home in Manuel Antonio, Costa Rica, was disappearing. The animals and birds were disappearing too. So, together with a friend, Janine started a campaign to protect her local environment. They called it Kids Saving the Rainforest.

The aims of Kids Saving the Rainforest are to teach children about the rainforest and to help the animals that live there, especially the endangered Monoo Titi monkey.

Janine has achieved a lot. She has

 raised more than $50,000

 planted over 4,800 trees

 found over 250 volunteers to work with her

 helped many injured birds and animals

 started a variety of different projects, such as ‘Adopt-a-tree’

 worked with other schoolchildren around the world

 developed an environmental library and research centre.


Janine has appeared in several magazines, and she has been on the National Geographic TV channel as well. She has also developed a special website: www.kidssavingtherainforest.org. ‘It is very important that we save the rainforest. If the rainforest disappears, then so will our planet.’ Janine Licare

Task 2. Read the text again. For each sentence write TRUE, FALSE, or NOT GIVEN (not given in the text).

1. Manuel Antonio is a place in Costa Rica. _____

2. The rain forest near Janine’s home has disappeared. _____

3. Janine’s campaign was very successful. _____

4. She has paid over 250 people to help her. _____

5. The KSTR website is very popular. _____


Task 3. What do you think is the main idea of the text? Read the beginning and the end again, and then choose the best answer. Explain your answer.

Glossary

English

Russian

Kazakh

1

environment

среда

қоршаған орта

2

source

источник

көзі

3

recover

оправляться

қалпына келтіру

4

hunting

охота

аң аулау

5

populations

популяции

халықтың







ЛИЦЕЙ при КАЗАХСКОЙ ГОЛОВНОЙ АКАДЕМИИ АРХИТЕКТУРЫ И СТРОИТЕЛЬСТВА

HAND OUT

Discipline: English Grade : 8

Term: 3

Teacher: Shaimanova S.T.

Lesson:12

Theme: Unit: The Natural World

Task. You have words and definition. Match words with their definition. Ask questions your classmates to find out the meaning of the words.

Half of the class are given questions and half are given answers. Learners should find out who their partner is. Could also be done with them talking and the questions and answers being stuck on their backs to make it a bit more challenging.

Words: shrub, limestone, glacier, meadow, pasture, swamp, plateau, arid, steppe, taiga.

Definitions:

1. A large plant that is smaller than a tree and that has several stems of wood coming from the ground.

2. A type of white stone that contains Calcium, used in building and making Cement.

3. A large mass of ice, formed by snow on mountains, that moves very slowly down a valley.

4. A field covered in grass, used especially for *hay (*dried grass used as food for animals).

5. Land, covered with grass, that is suitable for feeding animals on.

6. An area of ground, that is very wet or covered with water and in which plants, trees, etc. are growing.

7. An area of flat land that is higher that the land around it.

8. Having little or no rain, very dry.

9. A large area of land with grass but few trees, especially in Siberia.

10. Forest that grows in wet ground in far northern regions of the earth.

Answer keys

Shrub – a large plant that is smaller than a tree and that has several stems of wood coming from the ground.

Limestone – a type of white stone that contains Calcium, used in building and making Cement.

Glacier – a large mas of ice, formed by snow on mountains, that moves very slowly down a valley.

Meadow – a field covered in grass, used especially for *hay (*dried grass used as food for animals).

Pasture – land, covered with grass, that is suitable for feeding animals on.

Swamp – an area of ground, that is very wet or covered with water and in which plants, trees, etc. are growing.

Plateau – an area of flat land that is higher that the land around it.

Arid – having little or no rain, very dry.

Steppe – a large area of land with grass but few trees, especially in Siberia.

Taiga – forest that grows in wet ground in far northern regions of the earth.

Glossary

English

Russian

Kazakh

1

environment

среда

қоршаған орта

2

source

источник

көзі

3

recover

оправляться

қалпына келтіру

4

Steppe

степи

шөл

5

Pasture

пастбище

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