середа, 19 серпня 2020 р.

 Педагогічне кредо :


"The secreat of education lies in respecting the pupil".

      Ralph Waldo Emerson.


Загальні відомості:

1.    Прізвище, ім’я, по-батькові:  

Клевцова Олена Володимирівна

2. Освіта: вища, Київський інститут іноземних мов, 1992

3. Спеціальність за дипломом:  вчитель англійської мови

4. Трудовий стаж:  35 роки

5. Педагогічний стаж: 28 роки

6. Посада:  вчитель англійської мови

7. Підвищення кваліфікації: курси підвищення кваліфікації вчителів англійської

    мови при КОІППО, вересень 2016 року


8. Атестація: кваліфікаційна категорія - перша

четвер, 28 травня 2020 р.

6 Form 29/05/20


6 Form 29/05/20
Theme: Famous Authurs

Cultural Crossroads p. 12-13
1.     Watch the video about Agatha Christie and J.R.R Tolkien
2.      



3.     Write down new words into your vocabularies and learn them(Check these words, p 13)
Fictional character-вигаданий персонаж
Make up-вигадувати
introduce- представляти
bolding- лисуватий
chubby- кругловидий
upturned-загорнуті догори
poison - отрута
dispensary- диспансер
pointed -загострені
trilogy- трилогія(сукупність трьох творів об’єднаних сюжетом,ідеєю)
shoot – знімати(фільм)

4.     Ex 2 a)b), p 12-13 –Read the texts and do the task

Home task:     Do ex 3p.13 in your exercise-books

6 pace work 29/05/20

6 pace work 29/05/20

Congratulations! It's the end of the school year!
But we meet at summer language camp!
You have worked very hard! Enjoy the video!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HQx5Be9g16U

середа, 27 травня 2020 р.

6 Form PACE WORK 27/05/20

6 Form PACE WORK 27/05/20
Тема: Подолання сили тяжіння.
Read the words and find suitable definition for them:


1. wing
2. engine
3. thrust
4. propeller
5. natural
6. lift
 a) To direct or carry from a lower to a higher position; raise
b) existing in nature and not made or caused by people : coming from nature
c) a device having blades radiating from a central hub that is rotated to produce thrust to propel
d) To push or drive quickly and forcibly. See Synonyms at push.
e) A machine that converts energy into mechanical force or motion.
f) a part of an animal's body that is used for flying or gliding

Let’s prove your understanding of the words. Read the following sentences and fill in the gaps with one of the words (1-6):
1. Birds fly by the help of ……….
2. Our car I dead, the ……… doesn’t work.
3. ………gives good ……..to a plane.
4. Gravity is a ……….. law.
5. The helicopter ……….. the entire team to the meet.
c) Try to make your own sentences using these words.
4.2. Reading the text  “Wright brothers”
How can birds fly?
Why do birds need wings?
What do you know about Wright brothers?
What did they invent?

The Wrights had made kites, very large ones, in fact. By 1900, they were making ones so large that people could fly in them, sort of. These were called gliders, and Orville and Wilbur actually built one or two that were large enough for a person to ride in. They flew on nothing but air current, and the person could get a ride of about 10 seconds before the glider came down to the ground.
On December 17, 1903, Orville Wright piloted the first powered airplane 20 feet above a wind-swept beach in North Carolina. The flight lasted 12 seconds and covered 120 feet. Three more flights were made that day with
Wilbur flies a glider in earlier tests
Orville's brother Wilbur piloting the record flight lasting 59 seconds over a distance of 852 feet.
 The brothers began their experimentation in flight in 1896 at their bicycle shop in DaytonOhio. They selected the beach at Kitty Hawk as their proving ground because of the constant wind that added lift to their craft. In 1902 they came to the beach with their glider and made more than 700 successful flights.
 Having perfected glided flight, the next step was to move to powered flight. No automobile manufacturer could supply an engine both light enough and powerful enough for their needs. So they designed and built their own. All of their hard work, experimentation and innovation came together that December day as they took to the sky and forever changed the course of history. The brothers notified several newspapers prior to their historic flight, but only one - the local journal - made mention of the event.
  
T: Which Wright brother was the oldest child in the family?
S: Seven children were born to Milton and Susan Wright. Wilbur and Orville were third and fourth in birth order. Milton was a bishop in the Church of the United Brethren, and the family moved with the job from time to time.
T: Which incident in the Wright Brothers' childhood sparked their interest in flying?

S: Their father gave them a toy helicopter.. Bishop Wright brought the boys a souvenir toy helicopter on one of his trips. It wasn't very sturdy. Made of bamboo, paper, cork, and a rubber band, sources say the boys played with it until it broke, and then they made their own!
T: Both Wilbur and Orville Wright attended which college?
S: None of these. Wilbur had plans to attend Yale. However, an injury and his mother's illness kept him at home. Orville dropped out of high school to help his brother start a new business.
T: What was the first business owned and run by the Wright Brothers?
S: Printing Shop. The brothers opened a printing business in 1889 after building their own press. One source states that it was made out of a damaged tombstone and old buggy parts. Their first paper was called "The West Side News." Orville was the publisher, and Wilbur was the editor. Eventually the brothers moved on to commercial printing.
T: The Wright Brothers designed and built their own bicycle line. Which of the following bicycles did they manufacture?
S: Van Cleve. In 1892 they opened their own repair and sales shop, called the "Wright Cycle Exchange," and by 1896 they began manufacturing their own brand. The "Van Cleve" model sold for $64, and the "St. Claire" sold for $42.50. It is estimated that Wilbur and Orville manufactured about 300 bicycles during this time, and earned between $2,000 and $3,000 a year. Today only five of their bicycles are known to exist.
T: In what city was the famous Wright Brothers' bicycle shop, later known as the Wright Cycle Company, based?
S: DaytonOhio. As the boys were growing up, the family moved from time to time due to their father's work. Wilbur was born in Indiana; Orville was born in Ohio. The family moved to Iowa when Milton became a bishop, but subsequently moved back to Dayton. This is where their aviation experiments began, but, of course, Kitty Hawk is the place of their first flight.
The work done at the Wright Brothers' bicycle shop led them to an aviation breakthrough.
T: Orville and Wilbur Wright's family supported their work in aviation, however, their father had a rule he expected them to follow. What was it?
S: They could not test fly together.. Because of the high mortality rate among early aviators, the brothers promised their father they would not fly together, but in 1910 they asked their father's permission to do so, and he allowed it. Then Orville took Milton, 82 years old, on a seven-minute flight. Reportedly, the plane rose to about 350 feet, and Milton called, "Higher, Orville, higher!"
T: The Wright Company transported the first known commercial air cargo on November 7, 1910. What was the cargo?
S: Dress Silk. The plane flew from Dayton to ColumbusOhio, in one hour and six minutes. Morehouse-Martens Department Store paid $5,000 for the service. They cut the silk in small pieces and sold them as souvenirs.
Neither Orville nor Wilbur Wright ever married.

Form 6 28/05/20


Form 6 28/05/20
Theme: Schools in the UK
Cultural Crossroads p. 10-11

Watch the video and learn some facts about schools in UK.

1.     Ex 2 b), p 10-11 – read the text and complete the sentences
Learn the words
https://quizlet.com/_8ev7sp?x=1qqt&i=1ux1pm

Home task: Do ex 3p.11 in your exercise-books, send the photo 

вівторок, 26 травня 2020 р.

6 FORM 27.05.20


6 FORM 27.05.20
Theme: Sports

Cultural Crossroads p. 8-9
1.     Watch the video about the sport of UK

2.     Write down new words into your vocabularies and learn them(Check these words, p 9)
Roots-коріння
Form- форма
Elements- елементи
Official- офіційний
Association- асоціація
Superstar-супер зірка
First-class - першокласний
Striker- нападник
Career- кар’єра
Sign someone on - підписати контракт
Talented- талановитий
Empire- тренер
Professionally - професійно
Skilled- вправний, умілий
Successful- успішний

3.     Ex 2 a)b), p 8-9 –Read the texts and do the task

Home task:     Do ex 3p.9 in your exercise-books, send the photo on my  email

6 Form PACE WORK 27/05/20

6 Form PACE WORK 27/05/20
Тема: Подолання сили тяжіння.
Read the words and find suitable definition for them:


1. wing
2. engine
3. thrust
4. propeller
5. natural
6. lift
 a) To direct or carry from a lower to a higher position; raise
b) existing in nature and not made or caused by people : coming from nature
c) a device having blades radiating from a central hub that is rotated to produce thrust to propel
d) To push or drive quickly and forcibly. See Synonyms at push.
e) A machine that converts energy into mechanical force or motion.
f) a part of an animal's body that is used for flying or gliding

Let’s prove your understanding of the words. Read the following sentences and fill in the gaps with one of the words (1-6):
1. Birds fly by the help of ……….
2. Our car I dead, the ……… doesn’t work.
3. ………gives good ……..to a plane.
4. Gravity is a ……….. law.
5. The helicopter ……….. the entire team to the meet.
c) Try to make your own sentences using these words.
4.2. Reading the text  “Wright brothers”
How can birds fly?
Why do birds need wings?
What do you know about Wright brothers?
What did they invent?

The Wrights had made kites, very large ones, in fact. By 1900, they were making ones so large that people could fly in them, sort of. These were called gliders, and Orville and Wilbur actually built one or two that were large enough for a person to ride in. They flew on nothing but air current, and the person could get a ride of about 10 seconds before the glider came down to the ground.
On December 17, 1903, Orville Wright piloted the first powered airplane 20 feet above a wind-swept beach in North Carolina. The flight lasted 12 seconds and covered 120 feet. Three more flights were made that day with
Wilbur flies a glider in earlier tests
Orville's brother Wilbur piloting the record flight lasting 59 seconds over a distance of 852 feet.
 The brothers began their experimentation in flight in 1896 at their bicycle shop in DaytonOhio. They selected the beach at Kitty Hawk as their proving ground because of the constant wind that added lift to their craft. In 1902 they came to the beach with their glider and made more than 700 successful flights.
 Having perfected glided flight, the next step was to move to powered flight. No automobile manufacturer could supply an engine both light enough and powerful enough for their needs. So they designed and built their own. All of their hard work, experimentation and innovation came together that December day as they took to the sky and forever changed the course of history. The brothers notified several newspapers prior to their historic flight, but only one - the local journal - made mention of the event.
  
T: Which Wright brother was the oldest child in the family?
S: Seven children were born to Milton and Susan Wright. Wilbur and Orville were third and fourth in birth order. Milton was a bishop in the Church of the United Brethren, and the family moved with the job from time to time.
T: Which incident in the Wright Brothers' childhood sparked their interest in flying?

S: Their father gave them a toy helicopter.. Bishop Wright brought the boys a souvenir toy helicopter on one of his trips. It wasn't very sturdy. Made of bamboo, paper, cork, and a rubber band, sources say the boys played with it until it broke, and then they made their own!
T: Both Wilbur and Orville Wright attended which college?
S: None of these. Wilbur had plans to attend Yale. However, an injury and his mother's illness kept him at home. Orville dropped out of high school to help his brother start a new business.
T: What was the first business owned and run by the Wright Brothers?
S: Printing Shop. The brothers opened a printing business in 1889 after building their own press. One source states that it was made out of a damaged tombstone and old buggy parts. Their first paper was called "The West Side News." Orville was the publisher, and Wilbur was the editor. Eventually the brothers moved on to commercial printing.
T: The Wright Brothers designed and built their own bicycle line. Which of the following bicycles did they manufacture?
S: Van Cleve. In 1892 they opened their own repair and sales shop, called the "Wright Cycle Exchange," and by 1896 they began manufacturing their own brand. The "Van Cleve" model sold for $64, and the "St. Claire" sold for $42.50. It is estimated that Wilbur and Orville manufactured about 300 bicycles during this time, and earned between $2,000 and $3,000 a year. Today only five of their bicycles are known to exist.
T: In what city was the famous Wright Brothers' bicycle shop, later known as the Wright Cycle Company, based?
S: DaytonOhio. As the boys were growing up, the family moved from time to time due to their father's work. Wilbur was born in Indiana; Orville was born in Ohio. The family moved to Iowa when Milton became a bishop, but subsequently moved back to Dayton. This is where their aviation experiments began, but, of course, Kitty Hawk is the place of their first flight.
The work done at the Wright Brothers' bicycle shop led them to an aviation breakthrough.
T: Orville and Wilbur Wright's family supported their work in aviation, however, their father had a rule he expected them to follow. What was it?
S: They could not test fly together.. Because of the high mortality rate among early aviators, the brothers promised their father they would not fly together, but in 1910 they asked their father's permission to do so, and he allowed it. Then Orville took Milton, 82 years old, on a seven-minute flight. Reportedly, the plane rose to about 350 feet, and Milton called, "Higher, Orville, higher!"
T: The Wright Company transported the first known commercial air cargo on November 7, 1910. What was the cargo?
S: Dress Silk. The plane flew from Dayton to ColumbusOhio, in one hour and six minutes. Morehouse-Martens Department Store paid $5,000 for the service. They cut the silk in small pieces and sold them as souvenirs.
Neither Orville nor Wilbur Wright ever married.

понеділок, 25 травня 2020 р.

Form 6 26/05/20


Form 6 26/05/20
Theme: London
Cultural Crossroads p. 7
1.     Ex 2 b), p 7 – read the text again and mark the sentences as T (true), F (false) or DS (doesn’t say)
2.     Ex 3, p 7 – match the words in bold in the text to their meanings below.
3.     Watch the video and write what the biggest cities of Great Britain are.

Home task:
Ex 4, p 7 – do and send to my  email


6 Form PACE WORK 26/05/20
Тема: Присудок
In this lesson, we  will review what you know about a sentence, identify some common features of a sentence. What features of a sentence do you know? What are the main components of any English sentence?
A sentence is a group of words that expresses a complete thought.
Are these sentences?
1. "Ashley walks to the park."
2. "She takes a friend with her."
3. "Climb a tree."
Both (1) and (2) are sentences, but (3) is not a sentence. Why? It does not express a complete thought. We wonder: who climbs a tree? Why?
 -By adding some words to (3) we can make a complete sentence:
"Ashley and her friend climb a tree."
Every sentence has a subject and a predicate. The subject usually contains the main subject or noun, and the predicate tells what the subject is doing, which contains the verb of the sentence.
Rules for writing sentences:
 1. Every sentence must begin with a capital letter.
 2. Every sentence must end with a punctuation mark. You use different marks for different kinds of sentences.
Punctuation Marks:
 A period (.) ends a sentence that tells something, or makes a statement.
 A questions mark (?) ends a sentence that asks a question.
 An exclamation point (!) ends a sentence that shows excitement.
Types of Sentences
There are three kinds of sentences that we say and write every day.
1. Declarative: a type of sentence that declares or makes a statement.
 Example - "Tom goes to school."
2. Interrogative: a sentence that asks a question.
 Example - "Did Tom go to school?"
3. Imperative: a sentence that makes a request or gives a command.
 Example - "Hurry Tom! Go to school now!"
Example sentences:
(Teachers: complete the following sentences with the students. Identify the type and show them how to underline the subject with one line, and the predicate with two lines.)
"Did Juan finish his chores?" (Interrogative sentence)
 (Subject: Did Juan/ Predicate: finish his chores)
"Sam and Adam played football." (Declarative sentence)
 (Subject: Sam and Adam/ Predicate: played football)
"Charlie, stop that now!" (Imperative sentence)
 (Subject: Charlie/ Predicate: stop that now)
 Find the action verb in the sentences below. 
1. The Sun produces its own light, heat, and energy.
2. Mars excites scientists because it is a lot like Earth.
3. Scientists research the planets in our solar system.
4. The asteroid sailed across the sky.
5. John read that Venus is about the same size as Earth.
6. We live on the planet Earth.

 Педагогічне кредо : "The secreat of education lies in respecting the pupil".       Ralph Waldo Emerson. Загальні відомості: 1.   ...