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Подготовка к ОГЭ по английскому языку Устная речь Комбинированный диалог Жилина Татьяна Васильевна МБОУ «СОШ 198»
Домашнее задание «Монологическая речь» Тask 1 Give a talk about your school. Remember to say: · when your school was founded; · what clubs and sports facilities the school has; · whether there is anything special about your school. You have to talk for 1.5–2 minutes. The examiner will listen until you have finished. Then he/she will ask you some questions.
Задание «Монологическая речь» STUDENT CARD Task 1 Give a talk about your school. Remember to say: · what your school is like; · things you like most about your school; · things you dislike about your school, what you would like to change. You have to talk for 1.5–2 minutes. The examiner will listen until you have finished. Then he/she will ask you some questions.
Критерии оценивания задания «Говорение. Диалогическая речь» Решение коммуникативной задачи (3 балла) Взаимодействие с собеседником (3 балла) Лексико-грамматическое оформление высказывания ( 2 балла) Произносительная сторона речи (1 балл)
Стратегии выполнения задания «Диалог – расспрос» внимательно читать текст задания, обращая внимание на выделяемые элементы содержания и ограничители (пункты плана) и объем диалога (время); задавать нужные вопросы; не бояться попросить объяснения, если непонятны какие-либо слова; выслушать все ответы и пояснения собеседника; принять и озвучить решение в соответствии с условиями, изложенными в задании; использовать разговорные формулы и клише; использовать лексику и грамматику, соответствующие коммуникативной задаче и сложности задания
Useful phrases Saying hello Saying goodbye Starting a conversation Finishing a conversation Making suggestions Accepting suggestions Rejecting suggestions
Saying hello Good morning. Good afternoon. Good evening. Hello. Hi. How are you? – I` fine, thank you, and you? – I`m fine, thanks. Next
Saying goodbye Goodbye./ Bye. See you. / See you soon. Have a nice time. I`ll call you. Give me a ring. Next
Starting a conversation Lovely day, isn`t it?- Yes, it is. Dreadful weather, isn`t it? – Isn`t it awful? Peter, is that you? We haven`t seen… Next
Finishing a conversation Well, it`s been nice talking to you. OK, see you on Monday. I`m sorry. I must be going. Next
Making suggestions Are you doing anything on…? How about going out somewhere this evening/ I`m going for a walk. Would you like to join me? Let`s eat out tonight! Would you like to (do sth)? Why don`t we (do sth)? It would be great if we (did sth). Next
Accepting suggestions Good idea. Thanks, I`d love to. That`s a great idea. That would be lovely. Why not? Sounds good to me. Yes, that would be great (good, excellent). I`d be glad (happy) to. Next
Rejecting suggestions I`m afraid I`m busy tonight. This weekend is a bit difficult. What about next weekend? Sorry, but I can`t. That`s a good idea, but… I`d love to, but… Sorry, but I`ve got to (do sth). Next
C3. STUDENT CARD Task 2 (2-3 minutes) You play the part of an exchange student in an international school. Your classmate Chris/Christine has been shopping since school finished. At last he/she enters the room with a bag. * Find out what your classmate has bought. * Answer your classmate`s questions about sports and your free time * Suggest going shopping together on Saturday. Suggest the meeting point and the meeting time and see if your classmate agrees. You begin the conversation. The examiner will play the part of your classmate. Remember to: * mention all the four aspects of the task * be active and polite Student: Hi, Christine! Interlocutor: Hello! Student: I see you had a good shopping day. What have you bought? Interlocutor: A chess for my younger brother. He loves playing chess and he`s very good at it! What sports and games are popular in your country? Student: In my country there are few popular games, for example, football, hockey and tennis as I think. Interlocutor: And what sport do you go in for? Student: I really like skiing than. I go skiing in winter. I also like playing volley ball especially at school at our PE lessons. Interlocutor: I see. And what do you do if the weather is bad? What indoor activities do you like? Student: I like watching TV. I like reading books and I often listen to music. Interlocutor: I see. Student: And what are your plans for Saturday? Interlocutor: Actually, I am not doing anything special. Student: I think we could go shopping together. Interlocutor: Oh, that would be nice. Where are we going to meet? Student: What about meeting near the shopping center? Interlocutor: OK. Student: And what time will be convenient for you? Maybe we could meet at 3 o`clock? Interlocutor: That`s OK. Student: So, see you on Saturday. Interlocutor: See you later. Student: Bye! Interlocutor: Bye!