L o g o 9 класс Kalita V.V. Тема : Великие открытия современности Изобретения и изобретатели. - презентация
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L o g o Study new words: to engage (to participate, to involve) – to be engaged He can engage an audience. He was engaged as a tutor. to involve (cause to participate, to include yourself or someone else in doing something) – to be involved Dont involve me in your silly plans.Try not to be involved in his silly plans. to investigate (to carry out research or study into a subject or problem) – an investigation We tried to investigate this case.He is carrying out an important investigation. a phenomenon (a fact or a situation that is observed to exist or happen) – phenomena Its quite an interesting phenomenon. These phenomena are quite interesting. Kalita V.V.
L o g o engagedphenomenoninvolvediscoveriesinvestigation 1.His ________________ were far ahead of the time. 2.Many scientists are ___________________ in this research. 3.They continue to _______________ themselves deeply in community affairs. 4.Scientists of the world contribute to the __________________ of the laws of the Universe. 5.It was an interesting __________________. Vocabulary Practice Finish the sentences, using the words from the table: Kalita V.V.
L o g o Match the words and definitions: 1. a TV set 2. a car 3. a computer 4. a video player 5. a camera 6. a vacuum cleaner 7. a fridge 8. a mobile telephone 9. a plane 10. a telephone a. to take photographs b. to receive or make calls around the home c. to perform everyday cleaning tasks d. to move fast and quick around the world e. to watch pre-recorded videos f. to keep food fresh for a long time g. to have fun and to entertain h. a system for sending or receiving speech over long distance i. to write programs, play games, find and use information j. to move wherever you want by yourself Kalita V.V.
L o g o Which things are the most or least useful in the house from your point of view? 1. I think that ….. is the most important thing. 2. We can ….. 3. Some of the inventions, for example …. is less important. 4. We do not often ….. 5. And Im sure we can do without ….. Kalita V.V.
L o g o INVENTIONS: 1. Nicephore Niepce from France pioneered photography in In 1876 Alexander Graham Bell, an American engineer, invented telephone. 3. Karl Benz produced the worlds first petrol-driven car in Germany in In 1895 the Lumiere brothers patented their cinematography and opened the worlds first cinema in Paris. 5. The first Russias automobile was designed by P.A.Frez and E.A.Yakovlev. By May 1896 the car had been built. 6. Wilbur and Orville Wright built the first airplane in The first ballpoint pen was produced in 1940 though it had been invented by L. Biro, a Hungarian artist and journalist, in In 1908 James M. Spangler from the USA built the first vacuum cleaner. 9. In 1908 US automobile manufacturer Henry Ford created the worlds first car assembly line. 10. John Logie Baird from Scotland invented television in In 1928 Richard Drew perfected the Scotch tape, which had been invented by Jim Kirst from the USA in In 1945 the Nobel Prize was given to Alexander Fleming for penicillin that had been discovered in Sergey Korolyev designed the first artificial satellite in Akio Morita developed the first personal stereo – Sony Walkman in In 1981 Bill Gates created Microsoft-DOS (Disk Operating System). 16. Scottish scientist Ian Wilmat developed the idea of cloning in Kalita V.V.
L o g o Read the text. Put the verbs in brackets into their Past form. Guess, who is the text about? Most people know that he (create)1____________ the first working light bulb, but they don't know anything else about him. He (invent)2___________ over 1000 different things. Among his inventions are: the phonograph (record player), the movie camera and the movie projector. He (make)3_____________ his electric light bulb in 1879, but there was still much work to do. No one (know)4___________ how to use electricity outside of laboratory. He and his workers created a safe electric system. First they (build)5__________ a factory. Then they ( have)6___________ to build the dynamos to make the electricity. Next they had to build electric lines. To show people that he (be)7___________ serious, he (begin)8___________ his project in New York City. By 1887, most part of New York City was electrified. He (live)9_________ until He (continue)10_____________ to invent all his life. He was a true genius. Kalita V.V.
L o g o Kalita V.V. Rewrite these sentences in Passive Voice 1.Henry Ford invented the assembly line in Alexander Bell invented the telephone in John Logie Baird invented colour television in Alexander Fleming invented penicillin in Igor Sikorsky invented a helicopter in Sergei Korolyov invented a satellite Sputnik 1 in John Walker invented matches in 1827 Work on the model : (to be + V3 ( Participle II) Edison invented cinema – The cinema was invented by Edison.
L o g o Your home assignment Read the text The Candle The candle as a source of light has a long history. It is a very old source of light. It is one of the oldest in history. The Phoenicians, those first adventurers of the high seas, invented the wax candle about 200 B.C. The candle was better than the earlier sources of light: man could easily make it, keep for future, use and carry it with him. However, the candle did not become a popular source of light until about the 12 century. In the earliest days of American colonies early to bed was the rule. The colonists had few candles and their price was high. They often used candle-wood, that is pieces of wood, in rude holders or the pioneer mother put a piece of cloth in a rude vessel of fat and burned it. Later men found whale oil and used it for candles. At first they made all candles by hand, then they used forms which families loaned from house to house. As the need became greater, traveling merchants began to sell candles. They went from house to house making candles in peoples homes, selling them, bringing news and stories from neighboring villages. The colonists liked to see these merchants and listen to their stories and news. Soon Americans began to build factories in New England and candles became the main source of light in the homes. Kalita V.V.
L o g o Задания к тексту: A. Найдите английские эквиваленты следующих русских фраз: Источник света, открытое море, до нашей эры, ручным способом, соседние деревни, купцы, из дома в дом, цена была высокой, рассказы и новости, жир кита, грубый сосуд B. Выберите правильный ответ: 1.The Americans invented the first candle. 2.The Phoenicians invented the wax candle. 3.The candle was the main source of light in the earliest days of American colonists. 4.The first candles were made by hand. 5.The colonists did not like traveling merchants. 6.As the need became greater, travelling merchants began to sell candles. С. Найдите ответы на следующие вопросы: 1.Who invented the first wax candle? 2.When did the candle become a popular source of light? 3.Why was early to bed the rule in the earliest days of American colonies? 4.Why did the colonists like to see merchants selling candles? 5.What were the first candles made from? Kalita V.V.