6. Совершенствование навыков неподготовленной монологической речи на основе
прочитанного текста «Из истории вилки». Развитие умений слушать и понимать речь
одноклассников. (СЛАЙДЫ 6-11)
A SHORT HISTORY OF THE FORK
The word fork comes from the Latin 'furca' for "pitch fork." The two-prong twig was the first
fork. One of the earliest dinner forks is attributed to Constantinople in 400 A.D By the seventh century,
small forks were used at Middle Eastern courts; such fork came to Italy in the eleventh century.
Thereafter the fork disappeared from the table for nearly 300 years. Eating with a fork once considered
While forks were a regular feature on the tables of nobles in Italy since the 11th Century, and
used in France in the 14th Century, it was introduced in England only in 1611 by Thomas Coryat. In
England the fork was slow to gain. In 1608, Thomas Coryate took the "grand tour" of Europe, and in
Italy he saw a fork. He liked it. He brought some forks and showed them to his friends. Coryate's friends
mocked at him. And a fork appeared on the English tables 50 years later.
Today, depending on need, a set of flatware may contain five forks: dinner fork, fish fork,
luncheon fork, salad or dessert fork.
In Russia the first fork appeared in the 17
Учитель: Who knows the history of the fork? (ученик рассказывает)
Учитель: Who can add?
When did the fork come to Russia?
The fork had a long history, hadn’t it?
7. Накрыть на стол (СЛАЙДЫ 12, 13)
Учитель: Can you lay the table?
1) Ученик накрывает на стол тарелки, вилки, ложки, стаканы под тихую английскую песню
“Streets of London”
2) Ученик рассказывает о расположении предметов на столе.
8.Совершенствование умений монологической речи (СЛАЙД 13)
Учитель: Look at slide answer the question Which topics are best avoided for small talk?
Which topics are best avoided for small talk?
- Age, eg "How old are you?"
- Appearance or weight, eg "You seem to have put on some weight"
- Personal gossip (сплетни) about somebody you know
- Jokes that might offend
- Money, "How much do you earn?"
- Sex (some people have strong religious views about this, or are embarrassed by the subject)
- Previous or current relationships, eg "Do you have a girlfriend?"