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Find out from the text sentences in Past Simple

A Scotsman, John Baird, invented the first IV in 1926, but his system could not broadcast1 sound andimage at the same time.

To get around this problem, he first showed a televised 2 picture of Gracie Fields, a famous singer, and then he played her voice 3 without the image.

Write down these sentences

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Exercise 10 read the text and answer to the questions

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Exercise 10

 

 

8 11 September 28

қң қ: Television

қң қ: қң Television қ

қң

ң ү ә

қң ә ә ө-ө

.

қә: ұқ-

қ :

ө: қ

ә қ :

 

қ :

I. Ұ

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) қ

II. қң қ, қ .

Our theme in our lesson is Television.

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Exercise 10. Read the questions below. See if you know answers to them.

1. What invention was very important and necessary before television could be developed?

2. Why were early televisions limited to black and white?

3. When did colour television broadcasts begin in the United States ?

4. What is the relationship between satellites and television broadcasts?

Exercise 11 Read the text and find the answers to your questions

 

The Development of Television

Television was not really invented. Many scientists invented or improved parts of the system that have become the television systems we know now. Radio, of course, was necessary before television could be developed, because television uses the same principles of electromagnetic waves that radio does. As soon as radio became possible in the 1800s, the possibility of television transmission was also known, but it took many years for it to become practical.

British and American scientists helped to develop the basic ideas that made television possible, but it was a Russian who made the first practical television system. By 1923, Vladimir Zworykin, a Russian, had invented a camera tube that could turn pictures into electric energy. By 1929, Zworykin had built a television system that worked.

By 1935, regular television broadcasts were begun in Germany. The first broadcasts in the United States began in 1939, but television did not really become popular until after the Second World War. Between 1945 and 1955 there was rapid growth in the practical use of television.

All early television was broadcasted in black and white. Color television was possible, but it was too expensive and of very poor quality until the middle of the 1950s. Color television broadcasts began in the United States in 1954, in Japan in 1960, and in Europe in 1967.

 

Exercise Find from the text sentences in Present Simple

Find from the text sentences in Past Simple

Find from the text sentences in Future Simple

to be in Past Simple

And write down these sentences

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Exercise 10

:

 

11

қң қ: Television

қң қ: The future Perfect Tense, Future Perfect

Continuous қ

ңқ ү

қң қғ

қң ә ә ө-ө

.

қә: ұқ-

қ : ң ң

ө: қ

ә қ :

 

қ :

I. Ұ

)

) қ

II. қң қ, қ .

Our theme in our lesson is Television.

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Future Perfect ғңқ ү

The Future Perfect Tense

қ қ , -ә . қө to have ң Future Indefinite- ә ң Past Participleқ . қ that time, by the first of July, by7 o'clock tomorrow, by the end of the next year қ -ә .

: 1.Tomorrow by 5 o'clock he will have received my letter. ң ғ- ң . 2. By the end of the week I shall have written my ң ғ . 3. When you have finish book you will have learnt many new English words. ұ қ | ө ғ ө ң. 4. If you ring me up after 10 o'clock I have settled this problem with the dean. ғ ғ 10 - қң, ұ ә қ.

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Exercise 25, Translate into English:

1. ң . 2. ң ғң қғ 5 . 3. ғ 6-ғ . 4. ңңғ , ү. ң ққ ә ә. 6. ұ ң ң қ ң ? 7. 2008 ң ғ қғ ? ү ?

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Exercise 25, Translate into English:

1. ң . 2. ң ғң қғ 5 . 3. ғ 6-ғ . 4. ңңғ , ү. ң ққ ә ә. 6. ү қ ң ? 7. 2008 ң ғ . қғ ? ү ?

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ө қ :

9 11 September 29, October 4

қң қ: Birth of the moon

қң қ: қң ө қ

ң ә

қң қғ

қң ә ә ө-ө

.

қә: ұқ-

қ : ң ң

ө: қ

ә қ :

 

қ :

I. Ұ

)

) қ

II. қң қ, қ .

Our theme in our lesson is Birth of the moon.

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Read the text and mark the information which is new to you.

Birth of the Moon by Heather Couper and Nigel Henbest

The Solar System was born about 4,600 million years ago, as a swirling disc of gas and dust called a nebula. The big central "hub" became the Sun, while the outer regions of the disc condensed into the nine planets.

The oldest rock that the Apollo astronauts brought back was 4,600 million years old, so the Moon undoubtedly came into being at the same time as the Earth. According to one theory, the Moon was once part of the Earth, and split off because the Earth was rotating so rapidly. But the Apollo rock samples are rather different from the rock of the Earth's surface, so most astronomers have abandoned this idea.

The moons orbiting the other planets probably formed from swirling nebulae going around each planet like miniature Solar Systems. But in this case the Earth should have a family of moons, like those of Jupiter, not just one Moon. In addition its orbits should not be tilted up, and the theory doesn't explain why the Moon's composition is different from the Earth's.

Other astronomers have suggested that the Moon formed as a planet in its own right, and that the Earth "captured" it when the Moon approached too closely. But it is difficult to explain how this capture occurred.

The latest theory explain the fact that the Moon's rocks are slightly different from the Earth's by the idea that a giant meteorite hit the Earth, and splashed out matter that later condensed into the Moon. In the process, some elements evaporated into space, so changing the composition of the Moon's rocks.

Three theories of the Moon's birth:

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Read these tips of reading scientific articles.

When you see words you don't know

1. read the whole sentence to see if you can get an idea about what the word means. Sometimes it's best not stop reading to look up a word.

2. If you still don't know what the word means and if you need the meaning to understand the paragraph, check the glossary at the bottom of the page or in the back of the book.

3. Write down new words and their meanings in your notebook for later study.

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Talk to your classmates about what you know about the Moon and how it originated. In the first column write some of these things.

2. In the second column write things students in the class would like to know about the Moon.

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Exercise 2 :

 

10 11 October 5

қң қ: Birth of the moon

қң қ: қң ө қ

ң ә

қң қғ

, қ қ

қә: ұқ-

қ : ң ң

ө: қ

ә қ : ққ

 

қ :

I. Ұ

)

) қ

II. қң қ, қ .

Our theme in our lesson is Birth of the moon.

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Read the text and say what you think about school holidays and why you like them:

Summer Holidays

You are back in school for a new year, ready to work in classrooms, laboratories and workshops. But you are still thinking about the summer that has gone. Do you remember how many times you have talked about summer holidays?

"Oh, very many," you think, "but there is always something new to tell your classmates and to hear from them."

You are right, of course, because every year the summer holidays are different. Three years ago, for example, you went to the seaside with your parents. A year later you were glad to go to a summer camp and last year the greater part of your holidays was spent in the country.

When you come back to school in September, you are interested to learn from other boys and girls how they spent their summer holidays. Each school student may have his own story to tell about his work on a farm, about an interesting trip, about life in a summer camp or sport camp or in the country.

All holidays are wonderful because they are different from everyday life. That is why, when holidays are over and we are back in school, like now, we get a lot of pleasure out of speaking about them. Don't you think so?

Some boys and girls may say that the holidays were too short, but let us hope that next summer they will be able to do everything they had no time for this summer.

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Exercise . Read and answer the questions:

Did you come to school in summer? Why?

1. Did you work in the school garden (plot) or did you help to do something in the school building?

2. Did you work in summer to get money? What did you do?

3. Did you go to the country to see your grandparents?

4. How did you help them about the house, in the garden or plot?

5. Did you enjoy your stay there? Why?

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Read, answer the questions and then discuss them:

What can help young people to enjoy their holidays? (Good organization of free-time activities; interesting hikes and trips; sightseeing; going in for sports; visiting friends; fine weather).

1. What is especially interesting about a trip to a new place in summer?

(Seeing other places; meeting interesting people; learning new things about geography and history.)

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Retelling the text :

11 11 November 6,11

қң қ: Birth of the moon

қң қ: Birth of the moon қ

қң

қң қғ

, қ қ

қә: ұқ-

қ :

ө: қ

ә қ : ққ

 

қ :

I. Ұ

)

) қ

II. қң қ, қ .

Our theme in our lesson is Birth of the moon.

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Exercise10. a) Match the word in column A with its definition in column B.

a) moonstone, n 5) a milky-white stone, used in making cheap jewel

2. moon, n 1) the body which moves round the Earth once every 28 days, and can be seen rarely in the sky at night

3. moonlit, adj. 3) a beam of light from the moon

4. moonbeam, n 4) given light by the moon

5. to moon away, 2) to pass time in an aimless way v

6. b) Fill in the gaps with the words

1. He didn't realize how long he's been

2. Last night there was a full .

3. Don't worry. The lost ring is not of great value, its just a

He painted a picture of a valley.

4. I thought it was but I was mistaken - it was a line shining

out from a lamp post.

Exercise 12. Read the sentences. Which wish goes with which picture? Fill your answers in this table. Study the example.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
            h  

1.1 wish I lived on a beautiful island.

2. If only you were not so talkative.

3.1 wish I could dance.

4. If only I had a driving license.

5.1 wish I had a big bar of chocolate.

6.1 wish you didn't quarrel much.

7. If only your room were not in a mess.

8.1 wish I could fly.

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Exercise 13 :

12 11 October 12

қң қ: Sending cards

қң қ: қң ө қ

ү

ққ, ққ ә

ө

қә: ұқ-

қ : ң ң

ө: ққ

ә қ : ққ

 

қ :

I. Ұ

)

) қ

II. қң қ, қ .

Our theme in our lesson is Sending cards.

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Exercise 1 Answer the question

Do you send Valentine cards?

Do you make them yourself or do you buy them?

Read the cards. For what occasions were they written?

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