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    методическая разработка по английскому языку (9 класс) по теме

    Чихватова Наталья Станиславовна

    Данная разработка актуальна и будет интересна учителям английского языка.


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    Me and my mobile.

    1. Answer the questions:

    1. Do you have a mobile phone?
    2. Is it a useful thing or just a thing to entertain?
    3. Do you think mobile phones were a good invention?
    4. Are there any places where you think mobiles should be banned?

    2.  Look at  the different reasons people use their mobile phones. Fill in the grid.

    Reasons people use phones

    Reasons you use your mobile phone

    What about your friend

    To send a message

    To let their people know

    where  they are

    To flirt with someone

    As a clock

    To play games

    Just to say hello

    To arrange to meet


    To buy things

    To listen to music

    1. Are there any other reasons for using mobiles?
    2. What do you need your mobile for?
    3. What can you say about your friend?

    3. Mobile phone quiz (the information is from a BBC website quiz summer 04)

    How much do you know about mobile phones? Try this quiz and find out.

    1) How many of the population of the UK own a mobile phone?

       a) 95%

       b) 85%

       c) 75%

    2) When was the first mobile phone created?

       a) 1973

       b) 1983

       c) 1993

    3) What were the first words spoken on a mobile?

       a) “Can you hear me?”

       b) “I’m on the train”

       c) “Guess where I’m calling from?”

    4) How much money was spent last year in Britain on ring tones?

       a) ₤ 20 million

       b) ₤ 50 million

       c) ₤ 70 million

    5) Where are mobile phones most popular?

       a) In the United States

       b) In Europe

       c) In China

    6) How many people in the whole world own a mobile phone?

       a) 1.3 million

       b) 1.3 billion

       c) 1.3 trillion

    7) Are mobile phones bad for your health?

       a) Links have been made between mobiles and cancer

       b) Links have been made between mobiles and memory loss

       c) There is no evidence that mobile phones can damage your health

    8) Men use mobiles more than women.

       a) True

       b) False

       c) Maybe

    Now please check your answers.

    Reading Section

    4. Read the words and their definitions. Try to understand the meaning of the words and translate them into Russian. (Group Work)

    1. congestion charges - money to allow you to drive in the centre of London
    2. 3G - third generation phones which have internet access and can take send photos
    3. Etiquette - rules for behaving politely
    4. minding - being annoyed or bothered
    5. they can't stand - it irritates them so much they can't tolerate
    6. fixed hands free set - a holder, microphone and speaker that you connect your phone to so you can use it while driving
    7. come into force - start being applied
    8. caught using - seen by the Police actually using
    9. hand-held mobile - a mobile phone you hold in your hand
    10. a fixed penalty - the punishment for doing something wrong: here, if you pay of £30 at once that's the end of it
    11. fine - here, if you don't pay of £30, you will go to court and if the court finds you guilty you will have to pay a large fine
    12. three points on the licence - each traffic offence (speeding, not stopping at a red light) means you lose some points from your driving licence. You can't lose too many or you will be banned from driving
    13. prosecuting drivers - bringing criminal charges against drivers
    14. breaking  - not obeying
    15. worst offenders - drivers guilty of the most serious offences
    16. handset - the part of the phone set you hold in your hand. The set includes the charger
    17. SIM card  - Subscriber Identification Module
    18. contacts list -  people whose phone numbers you have stored on your SIM card

    5. Read the text about using mobile phones in Britain and say what problems the British have because of them.(3) (group work)


    It often seems that everyone in Britain has a mobile phone. We use them as alarm clocks, calculators, to help with exam revision, to pay city congestion charges, to send photos of ourselves on holiday with our new 3G phone - and even to talk with other people. And that's where the problems can start.

    Firstly when do you use them? The etiquette of using mobiles is changing. Originally people turned away when speaking with someone. Now they'll just talk about anything from work to romance to when they'll be home -at the top of their voices - without anyone minding. Or not minding much. Or - OK - being too polite to say they can't stand the fact that person sitting next to them on the train is talking about last night's party while they're trying to read the paper.

    Secondly, when do you not use them? In Britain, the answer to that is simple. You don't use a mobile phone - except with a fixed hands free set - while you're driving. A new law came into force at the end of 2003. Anyone caught using a hand-held mobile while driving risks a fixed penalty of £30 or a fine of up to £1,000 if convicted plus three points on their licence.

    However, not everyone takes note of the law and the police have been prosecuting drivers for breaking it. The worst offenders are people living in South West Scotland. BBC transport correspondent Tom Symonds says that over 800 have been caught in Strathclyde compared to just 17 in Suffolk. (It's not clear whether that means that Scots have more friends or are just worse drivers!)

    Finally, do try not to lose your mobile. It's not the phone itself which matters - it's easy enough to replace a handset. But your SIM card is another matter. It has all your contacts stored on it. And without your contacts list - well, who could you phone?


    6. Now read the text for the second time and decide if the sentences are True or False.

    1. They can communicate everywhere.
    2. Nowadays mobile phones have many good features.
    3. It’s impolite to talk about private things at the top of the voice.
    4. It’s polite to say you can't stand the fact that a person sitting next to you on the train is talking about last night's party while you're trying to read the paper.
    5. British students can use mobiles while taking exams.
    6. Talking and driving is allowed in Britain with a hand-held mobile.
    7. Police in Britain have been cracking down on drivers who use mobile phones.
    8. A handset is by far more important than a SIM card.
    9. All the British follow the law of 2003.
    10. If you’re caught using a hand-held mobile while driving you won’t be fined.

    Now tell me what you think. Are there occasions when you would NOT use your phone? Have you had any amusing experiences when phoning? (Может быть домашним заданием)

    Project Work.

    Design the next generation mobile phone

    1. What do you think mobile phones will be like in 20 or 100 years’ time?
    2. What will you be able to do with your phone?
    3. How big will it be and what will it look like?
    4. Imagine you work for a mobile phone company.
    5. Work in a group to design a mobile phone of the future.
    6. Think about the features it has and what it can do.
    7. When you have decided, try to draw the phone and label all the features.
    8. Then you can present your project to the group.

    Grammar Section

    7. Use the Words in the Right Forms

    1. I think that mobile phones are a good thing because you should be (reach) everywhere
    2. It’s a very (use) and cheap communication device.
    3. My boss and friends can (easy) find me whenever they want if there’s my mobile at hand.
    4. Mobile phones make us lose good habits, such as (punctual).
    5. With the (develop) of science, the mobile phone has changed more and more quickly.
    6. We have become too (depend) on mobile phones.
    7. I am often (woke) by the ring of my mobile phone
    8. I don’t want people to be able to know where I am and what I’m doing every minute of the day. I like to be (contact)!
    9. Last month an English teacher caught two of her students (cheat) in an exam by sending messages to each other.
    10. I’m a bit of a phone fanatic. I always want to have the (late) model

    Speaking Section

    8. Dialogue reconstruction

    • put the pieces of paper into the correct order. (Group Work)

    1. “Miles away!”

    1. “Yeah, bye.”

    1. “Fine thanks. Listen I haven’t got long because I’ve got a maths class in a minute. I just wanted to see if you are still coming tonight.”

    1. “Hi. How are you?

    1. “I’m not sure. I think my mum wants me to stay in tonight. We’re going to my aunt’s house tomorrow and we have to leave really early.”

    1. “Well, what about if you came early and then my dad could give you a lift home at about ten. Most people are coming around seven anyway and it would be cool if you came.”

    1. “Ok, well, let me speak to my mum and I’ll text you later.”

    1. “Ok, cool.

    1. “Hi Sophie, it’s Helen.”

    1. “See you later.”

    1. “Why, where does she live?”

    9. Answer the Questions:

    1.  What is the relationship between the two people?
    2.  What is the main reason for the telephone call?

    • Now practise reading the dialogue in your pairs. (Pair work)

    10. Role-play (может быть домашним заданием)

    It’s now your turn to create your own telephone conversation. Read the situation on your card and ask about any words you don’t understand.

    1. You need to cancel a trip to the cinema because your grandmother is coming for dinner.
    2. Arrange with a good friend to go shopping on Saturday at the shopping centre.
    3. You phone your best friend in the morning of his/her birthday.
    4. Phone your parents to ask them if you can be late for dinner to stay for an extra drama class after school.
    5. Tell your friend that you’re going to be late meeting them because of a train delay.
    6. Phone your friend to find out where they are. You’ve been waiting for them in a café for twenty minutes.


    3 task  

    1) c (but 96% of all 15 – 24 year olds in UK own one)

    2) a

    3) c

    4) c

    5) b (40% of U.S. population and 60% European population own phones. China is the country with the most actual phones, with 200 million)

    6) b

    7) c (scientists are still investigating, but as yet there is no official evidence – more research is needed)

    8) b (according to a recent survey, a third of all women said they use their mobile to organise most social arrangements, only one-tenth of men said the same)

    4 Task

    1.  congestion charges – разрешение на вождение в центре Лондона
    2. 3G – телефоны 3 поколения
    3. Etiquette - этикет
    4. minding – быть раздражённым
    5. they can't stand – они не могут терпеть
    6. fixed hands free set – гарнитура к телефону, позволяющая пользоваться телефоном без рук
    7. come into force – вступать в силу
    8. caught using – будучи пойманным за пользованием
    9. hand-held mobile – телефон, который мы держим рукой
    10. a fixed penalty – фиксированный штраф
    11. fine – зд. штраф большего размера
    12. three points on the licence – три записи в водительском удостоверении за какие-либо нарушения правил вождения
    13. prosecuting drivers – наказания водителей
    14. breaking  - нарушающие
    15. worst offenders – самые опасные нарушители
    16. handset – ручное устройство
    17. SIM card  - сим карта
    18. contacts list -  список контактов

    5. Task

        1. Etiquette

        2.  Being caught talking and driving without a fixed hands free set

        3.  Losing your mobile

    6. Task         

    1. T              
    2. T
    3. T
    4. F              
    5. F                  
    6. F
    7. T
    8. F
    9. F
    10. F

    7 Task  


    b) useful

    c) easily





    h) un-contactable  

    i) cheating

     j) latest

    8  Task   1-9, 2-4, 3-3, 4-5, 5-11,

     6-1, 7-6, 8-7, 9-8, 10-10, 11-2

    9 Task  

    1. friends  

    2.  arranging a date  

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