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LEXICAL EXERCISES

Introduction

The lesson plan

Lesson 2

Homework

Writing

Speaking practice

Remind the students to ask indirect questions if they want to use these phrases. We advice to give the opportunity to speak to all students of all levels: if the level is weak, the students may use ready phrases given before; and to encourage the students who can speak, to give them more freedom to create their own dialogues – logical and real to life!

This taskhelps to develop students’ writing skills and also speaking skills on the topic about their study.

  1. Write a letter to your penfriend about yourself and your study at the University following this scheme:

1) Your name, age; 2) the name of your University; 3) the date of its foundation; 4) its faculties; 5) the faculty you are in; 6) the subjects you study; 7) your success in studies; 8) exams; 9) whether you get a grant or not; 10) the place you live in...

  1. Do revision test.
  1. Introduction (10 min)
  2. Lexical exercises. Active vocabulary (15 min)
  3. Reading text (15 min)
  4. Reading comprehension (15 min)
  5. Speaking practice. Work in pairs. On/offline activity (30-35 min)
  6. Homework ()

This is the building of the oldest Universities in Great Britain – Oxford University. It has got the name of the city it is situated in. The history of the University and the city started at the same time in the 12th century as the result of the migration of students. There is no “university” as such. Each college is practically autonomous, with its own set of rules for its good government. There is a central administration, providing services such as libraries and laboratories. This is a photo of ALL SOULS COLLEGE – The lovely twin towers which are a memorial to Hawksmoor, the 18th century architect.

Recommended resourceshttp://www.ox.ac.uk

Ask students to find suitable definitions to the following words and word combinations, which they learned at the previous lesson. The definitions are given in random order.

Secondary school – a school for pupils aged from 6-7 to 17-18.

Private school – a school providing education that the children’s parents pay for directly.

Higher education – the education, which you get after secondary.

Natural science – sciences that deal with the physical world, considered as a group or as individual subjects such as physics, chemistry, or biology.

Total number – general quantity.

Entrance exam – exam which you need to pass before to be accepted by some school.

To pay for tuition – teaching cost.

Non-government – something, which doesn’t belong to the government.

Applicant– someone who applies for something; a person who wants to be a student.

Graduate – someone who has finished their studies at university or college, usually by getting a degree.

Employers– a company or a person that employs people.

Link – a connection between two people, places or facts.

Optional – elective.

Compulsory – obligatory.

New words:

Ask students to give synonyms or close meanings of the following words and word combinations and to try to pronounce them correctly:


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