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Šīs stundas mērķis ir praktizēt veidot un lietot ciešamās kārtas teikumus, lai runātu par kalnu sporta veidiem. Šī prezentācija ietver saites uz Interneta uzdevumiem un video, kas ...

Šīs stundas mērķis ir praktizēt veidot un lietot ciešamās kārtas teikumus, lai runātu par kalnu sporta veidiem. Šī prezentācija ietver saites uz Interneta uzdevumiem un video, kas saistīti ar šo tēmu.

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  • 1. Zināšanu sabiedrības nedēļa 12. – 16. oktobris, 2009 Stundas tēma: Ciešamā kārta Priekšmets: angļu valoda Klase: 9.b Autore: Edīte Millere, Ozolnieku vidusskolas angļu valodas skolotāja
  • 2. Anot ā cija Šīs stundas mērķis ir praktizēt veidot un lietot ciešamās kārtas teikumus, lai runātu par kalnu sporta veidiem. Šī prezentācija ietver saites uz Interneta uzdevumiem un video, kas saistīti ar šo tēmu.
  • 3. Aim: to be able to use Passive Voice correctly when creating a commentary about a video
  • 4. Lesson plan:
    • Home Work check
    • Passive Voice grammar revision
    • Passive Voice video exercise
  • 5. Mt Everest
  • 6.
    • Everest is over 9km above sea level.
    • There is less oxygen at high altitudes.
    • Local Tibetans didn’t know about Everest until recently
    • More than one in five climbers are killed trying to get to the top.
    • Mallory and Irvine nearly got to the summit in 1924.
    • The Austrian, Reinhold Messner, was the first to make a solo ascent.
    • Climbing Everest is becoming more popular nowadays.
    • The rubbish on Everest is from the climbing expeditions .
  • 7. cloudy windy cold breeze frost sunny storm high preasure fine looking day chilly drizzling raining
  • 8.
    • Questions for the video :
    • How is the weather going to be on Tuesday morning at 8am England? What is the average temperature?
    • What season is showed in the video?
    • Should you take an umbrella with you tomorrow?
  • 9. The climbers reach the summit quite often. The rubbish on the Mt Everest is caused by the climbers. Snow is not cleaned on the slopes.
  • 10. Passive Voice: R: The doer is unknown and often not mentioned in the sentence. F: am/is/are + verb in 3rd form was/were + verb in 3rd form has/have been + verb in 3rd form
  • 11. Do your work sheet. You have 5 minutes
  • 12. Exercise on Passive Voice - Simple Present He opens the door. We set the table. She pays a lot of money. I draw a picture. They wear blue shoes.
  • 13. Exercise on Passive Voice - Simple Past She sang a song. Somebody hit me. We stopped the bus. A thief stole my car. They didn't let him go.
  • 14. Exercise on Passive Voice - Present Perfect Kerrie has paid the bill. I have eaten a hamburger. We have cycled five miles. I have opened the present. They have not read the book.
  • 15. Passive Voice: R: The doer is unknown and often not mentioned in the sentence. F: am/is/are + verb in 3rd form was/were + verb in 3rd form has/have been + verb in 3rd form
  • 16. Final task: Watch a video and write down in your NB 3 GOOD active voice sentences about the video.
  • 17. Example: Martin Smith investigates climate change at the Mt Everest. The car drove on a wind ing road.
  • 18.
    • Check Up:
    • How high is Mt Everest?
    • Where is Mt Everest?
    • What is the main rule of Passive Voice?
    • Why is the glacier smaller now than it was in 1921?
    • What can we do to prevent global warming?
  • 19. Home Work: Listening and vocabulary exercise: http://www.englishclub.com/speaking/weather-report.htm