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    Заседание в клубе любителей английского языка по теме

    «Коррупция в современном обществе».

    Цели:

    1. Расширение словарного запаса учащихся по теме «Коррупция».
    2. Развитие навыков устной речи, чтения и перевода.
    3. Развитие внимания, мышления и памяти.

    Ход мероприятия.

    1. Организационный момент.

    Good morning, everybody. I’m very glad to see you. Today we are going to have a talk about the corruption in our society and about the preventive methods.

    1. Речевая разминка.

    And the first thing I want you to do is to read the sentences from the blackboard and try to explain how you understand each of the sentences.

    Предложения на доске:

    1. Don’t misinterpret the law, don’t look into faces and don’t take presents which blind the eyes of wise men.
    2. You should have clear mind, you should have clear nature and be accurate.
    3. It is difficult to have beneficial business and not to take benefits from it.

    3. Развитие навыков чтения и общего понимания текста. Чтение с извлечением конкретной информации.

    OK. I see that all of you understand what the corruption is. And now let’s read the text from Wikipedia and have a discussion.

    Текст для чтения:

     Corruption is a form of dishonest or unethical conduct by a person entrusted with a position of authority, often to acquire personal benefit. Corruption may include many activities including bribery and embezzlement, though it may also involve practices that are legal in many countries. Government, or 'political', corruption occurs when an office-holder or other governmental employee acts in an official capacity for personal gain.

    Stephen D. Morris, a professor of politics, writes that corruption is the illegitimate use of public power to benefit a private interest.

    Corruption can occur on different scales. There is corruption that occurs as small favors between a small number of people (petty corruption), corruption that affects the government on a large scale (grand corruption), and corruption that is so prevalent that it is part of the everyday structure of society, including corruption as one of the symptoms of organized crime (systemic corruption).

    The government system in many countries is divided into the legislative, executive and judiciary branches in an attempt to provide independent services that are less subject to grand corruption due to their independence from one another.

    Factors which encourage systemic corruption include conflicting incentives, discretionary powers; monopolistic powers; lack of transparency; low pay; and a culture of impunity. Specific acts of corruption include "bribery, extortion, and embezzlement" in a system where "corruption becomes the rule rather than the exception." Scholars distinguish between centralized and decentralized systemic corruption, depending on which level of state or government corruption takes place; in countries such as the Post-Soviet states both types occur. Some scholars argue that there is a negative duty of western governments to protect against systematic corruption of underdeveloped governments.

    Corruption in the educational system

    Corruption in education is a worldwide phenomenon. Corruption in admissions to universities is traditionally considered as one of the most corrupt areas of the education sector. Recent attempts in some countries, such as Russia and Ukraine, to curb corruption in admissions through the abolition of university entrance examinations and introduction of standardized computer graded tests have largely failed. Vouchers for university entrants have never materialized. The cost of corruption is in that it impedes sustainable economic growth. Endemic corruption in educational institutions leads to the formation of sustainable corrupt hierarchies. While higher education in Russia is distinct with widespread bribery, corruption in the US and the UK features a significant amount of fraud. The US is distinct with grey areas and institutional corruption in the higher education sector. Authoritarian regimes, including those in the former Soviet republics, encourage educational corruption and control universities, especially during the election campaigns. This is typical for Russia, Ukraine, and Central Asian regimes, among others. The general public is well aware of the high level of corruption in colleges and universities, including thanks to the media. Doctoral education is no exception, with dissertations and doctoral degrees available for sale, including for politicians. Russian Parliament is notorious for "highly educated" MPs.  High levels of corruption are a result of universities not being able to break away from their Stalinist past, overbureaucratization, and a clear lack of university autonomy. Both quantitative and qualitative methodologies are employed to study education corruption, but the topic remains largely unattended by the scholars. In many societies and international organizations, education corruption remains a taboo. In some countries, such as certain eastern European countries and certain Asian countries, corruption occurs frequently in universities. This can include bribes to bypass bureaucratic procedures and bribing faculty for a grade. The willingness to engage in corruption such as accepting bribe money in exchange for grades decreases if individuals perceive such behavior as very objectionable, i.e. a violation of social norms and if they fear sanctions in terms of the severity and probability of sanctions.

    1. Обсуждение прочитанного текста.

    And now let’s discuss the text you have read.

    1. We found out what the corruption is. And we’ll try to develop the strategy of fight with corruption in our society.

    Учащиеся составляют предложения, используя модальные глаголы must и should.

    1. Итоговый момент.

    I see that all of you are the real citizens of our society and each of you now know about the corruption and the preventive methods. I think that we can finish our meeting with the words: Be in a hurry to do good. I was very pleased to see all of you. See you next meeting. Good-bye.


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