Science in Our Life Language Competence: Passive Voice, enlarging vocabulary on the topic Speech Competence: talking about science and its importance for. - презентация
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Science in Our Life Language Competence: Passive Voice, enlarging vocabulary on the topic Speech Competence: talking about science and its importance for the mankind Sociocultural Competence: getting to know more about famous inventors and their inventions
Science is discovery. Science is fun. Science is understanding what makes a clock tick and what makes a cat purr, what makes the Sun rise and what makes the Moon look so large on the horizon… Rita Colwell
The Poetry of Reality Science is the best tool ever devised For understanding how the world works. Science is a very human form of knowledge We are always at the brink of the known. Science is a collaborative enterprise Spanning the generations. We remember those who prepared the way Seeing for them also. If youre scientifically literate, The world looks very different to you And that understanding empowers you. Theres real poetry in the real world. Science is the poetry of reality. We can do science, And with it, we can improve our lives. The story of humans is the story of ideas That shine light into dark corners. Scientists love mysteries, They love not knowing. I dont feel frightened by not knowing things. I think its much more interesting. Theres a larger universal reality of which we are all a part. The further we probe into the universe, The more remarkable are the discoveries we make. The quest for the truth, in and of itself, Is a story thats filled with insights. From our lonely point in the cosmos, We have through the power of thought Been able to peer back to a brief moment After the beginning of the universe. I think that science changes the way your mind works, To think a little more deeply about things. Science replaces private prejudice With publicly verifiable evidence.
to invent Alexander Bell invented telephone. Christopher Columbus discovered America. to discover an invention a discovery
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.
Vocabulary Practice His ________________ were far ahead of the time. Many scientists are ___________________ in this research. They continue to _______________ themselves deeply in community affairs. Scientists of the world contribute to the __________________ of the laws of the Universe. It was an interesting __________________. discoveries engaged involve investigation phenomenon
Grammar Practice George Stevenson ___________ the steam engine. The steam engine _____________________ by George Stevenson. constructed was constructed to construct
The first step to the Moon _____________________ by Neil Armstrong. Neil Armstrong __________ the first step to the Moon, was made made to make
Wilbur Wright ________ the first flight in an aeroplane. The first flight in an aeroplane _______________ by Wilbur Wright. to make made was made
DNA _________________ by Friedrich Meischer. Friedrich Meischer ____________ DNA. to discover was discovered discovered
List of the Most Famous and Important Inventions I think number one is … because … To my mind the most important invention is …because … In my opinion the most famous one is … because … If you ask me, I think … Im pretty sure that … Without a doubt … I'm convinced that … I honestly feel that … I suppose … The way I see it … Of course. Youre absolutely right. I think so too. Thats a good point. Exactly. I'd go along with that. Thats true. I agree with you entirely. That's just what I was thinking. I couldn't agree more. Thats different. I dont agree with you. Thats not entirely true. Im sorry to disagree with you, but… Yes, but dont you think… Thats not the same thing at all. Im afraid I have to disagree. I'm not so sure about that.
How to make a summary Your Know-How Read the text. Find out its main idea. Support the main idea with some important facts from the text. NB! Dont go into details.