План урока по английскому языку "Развитие навыков поискового чтения и употребление герундиальных форм»
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План урока по английскому языку "Развитие навыков поискового чтения и употребление герундиальных форм»

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17.01.2019
План урока по английскому языку "Развитие навыков поискового чтения и употребление  герундиальных форм»
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1    Look at these pictures. What do they show?

2    Scan the text and check.

There's a difference between a mould like the one in the cheese in picture A, which is part of the food and completely edible, and dangerous microscopic bacteria like Salmonella or E Coli (picture B), which cause food poisoning and which can kill people — particularly babies and old people. Both bacteria are found in human waste and are often transferred to food by dirty hands, so it is very important to wash your hands after using the toilet. Salmonella is also found in raw eggs, milk and meat.

3    How do you say these words in your language?

1 mould 2 edible 3 food poisoning 4 toilet

4    Work in pairs. Discuss what's happening in the photos below.

5    Read paragraph 1 of the article to check.

The outdoor pop festival at Glastonbury continues to bring disaster to young fans. We have all seen pictures of the terrible conditions after the torrential rain at the two-day concert which turned the farmer's field into a sea of mud, and we've also seen ones of kids rolling in the mud as well as enjoying their favourite bands, including Sting, Kula Shaket; Supergrass and Radiohead.

6    The next three paragraphs are in jumbled order. Read them and put them into the correct order.

Her son added, 'The pain was so bad I wanted to die.' When asked about his experience at the festival he said, 'It was fantastic. I saw Ocean Colour Scene and Kula Shaker playing live. I didn't roll in the mud, but I got a bit muddy walking to the shop area and one of my came off. I had to pick it up with my hands but I went to wash them immediately I was a bit unlucky to get infected really'

One mother whose son got the infection after spending only three hours at the festival said, 'I was terrified he was going to die. He had stomach ache and a high temperature and he was vomiting a lot, then he collapsed six days after the festival. '

Now there's a new disaster; a number of young pop fans have been infected with the deadly E Coli bacteria and at least eight of them are in isolation units in hospitals around Britain. They caught the infection from animal waste, which was mixed with mud in the field.

[S] Dr Julian Weinberg, expert, said last night, 'We are investigating a number of E Coli cases related to the Glastonbury Festival. Washing your hands should normally avoid infection, but those who rolled in the mud exposed themselves to more risk.' Before leaving us, Dr Weinberg gave this advice to fans:

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