Текст и задание для аудирования в 11 классе
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Текст и задание для аудирования в 11 классе

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The humble bean was traditionally credited with magic powers. For one thing, it germinates very quickly and is a favourite of preschool teachers for teaching young children about the wonders of Nature. Also, the bean is one of our most ancient foods. Well-preserved examples have been found in Bronze Age cave sites in Switzerland.

     The Greeks and Romans actually considered this vegetable the food of the gods. The Greek philosopher Pythagoras refused to eat beans because he believed they contained blood, and were therefore not fit food for a vegetarian. One story tells how he refused to step on beans even when fleeing his enemy, since he thought they held the souls of the dead.

     Beans have been a central item in the diet of many agricultural societies. The Iroquois of North America held an annual bean festival, with ritual dances and ceremonies thanking the gods for their gifts, and the Hopi used beans in rituals connected with spring and puberty. Famous bean festivals were also held in Europe and were related to Christian tradition. On Twelfth Night, a King and Queen of the Bean were chosen and crowned. A great feast took place, and part of the ritual involved eating a bean cake that had been baked on the previous evening.

     Now that you have an idea of some of the rich traditions surrounding the bean, let's take a look at some delicious main dishes that I promise will become traditions in your family.



Wonder of nature

Contained blood

Used beans in rituals connected with spring and puberty

Christian traditions

Ritual ceremonies thanking gods

Greeks and Romans
























Preschool teachers








M:  Ms. Kinney?

W:  Yes?

M:  I'm Raymond Lee. The student employment office sent me.

W:  Oh, yes, Raymond. Come in. I've been expecting you. Did they tell you anything about the job?

M:  Just a little.

W:  Do you know your way around campus pretty well?

M:  Yes, this is my second year here.

W:  Good. We need someone who knows the campus and who can help out with a lot of different tasks, like picking up and delivering parcels, including on the west campus. Do you have a car?

M:  Um, no. But I have a bicycle.

W:  That's even better. Parking on the west campus is getting tight. Is your bicycle fast?

M:  I used to race.

W:  That's wonderful! Sometimes we have to do things in a hurry. Can you work every day?

M:  Yes. I'd like to.

W:  We need someone right away, someone who can work a few hours every day.

M:  I can start this afternoon. I'm finished with my classes at one-fifteen.



Name of the boy


Where he learned about the job from




Year of study




Hours of study



Answer the questions

  1. How did the boy sound?
  2. What qualities should he have for this job?
  3. What is the name of the job?
  4. Why using bicycle is convenient?
  5. Is the boy’s bicycle fast?

Write about your future profession (100 words).


Are you going to be more effective and happy as a specialist or as a generalist? Do you find real satisfaction in the precision, order, and system of a clearly laid-out job? Or are you one of those people who tend to grow impatient with anything that looks like a "routine" job?

     There are a great many careers in which the emphasis is on specialization. You find these careers in engineering and in accounting, in production, in statistical work, and in teaching. But there is an increasing demand for people who are able to take in a great area at a glance. There is, in other words, a demand for people who are capable of seeing the forest rather than the trees, of making overall judgements. And these "generalists" are particularly needed for administrative positions, where it is their job to see that other people do the work, where they have to plan for other people, to organize other people's work, to initiate it and appraise it.

     Specialists understand one field; their concern is with technique, tools, media. They are "trained" people, and their educational background is technical or professional. Generalists-and especially administrators-deal with people. Their concern is with leadership, with planning, with direction, and with coordination. They are "educated" people, and the humanities are their strongest foundation.

     Any organization needs both kinds of people, although different organizations need them in different ratios. It is your job to find out, during your college years, into which of these two job categories you fit, and to plan your career accordingly.

The humble bean was traditionally credited with magic powers

The humble bean was traditionally credited with magic powers

M: Ms. Kinney? W: Yes?

M: Ms. Kinney? W: Yes?
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