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Россия, Коми респ., Ухта
Технологическая карта урока «Age Limits»
I want to…..
I have to….. I must …..
What are we going to talk about?
What is our main question?
Rights and Duties What is important for us?
Our parents are different! Choose a single word and explain
What rules does your family have? GRAMMAR FOR REVISE (7th form) repeat the rule P 111 give 1-2 e.g.
Activity book (3 minutes) + know - don’t know
Let’s make a survey Do your parents Make up questions (group work) Ask questions (group work)
Work in groups our rules
Present your results
I have the right to…
What right is right for me? Check homework
Reader pair work
Consult with the dictionary i.e. (от лат. id est) — то есть e.g. (for example — от лат. exempli gratia) — например etc (от лат. etcetera) — и так далее ib.; ibid. (от лат. ibidem) — там же id. (от лат. idem) — то же самое
law [lɔ͟ː] the system of official rules in a country закон the system of rules that a society or government develops in order to deal with crime, business agreements, and social relationships.
right [ra͟ɪt] freedom to do and say things without fear of punishment права our rights are what you are morally or legally entitled to do or to have. If you have a right to do or to have something, you are morally or legally entitled to do it or to have it. If someone has the rights to a story or book, they are legally allowed to publish it or reproduce it in another form, and nobody else can do so without their permission.
regulation [re̱gjʊle͟ɪʃ(ə)n] an official rule that controls how something is done правило, норма Regulations are rules made by a government or other authority in order to control the way something is done or the way people behave.
obligation [ɒ̱blɪge͟ɪʃ(ə)n] something that you do because it is your duty or because you feel you have to обязанность, долг If you have an obligation to do something, it is your duty to do that thing. If you have an obligation to a person, it is your duty to look after them or protect their interests.
Are you of age? English 10-11 Unit 4 Lesson 2
READING. work in groups Britain (put green stickers on the screen) The USA (put red stickers on the screen) Russia (put blue stickers on the screen)
Let’s compare! № Actions 14 15 16 17 18 21 1 you can vote 2 you can get a full-time job 3 boys can join the army 4 you can buy cigarettes 5 you can get married 12
Let’s compare! № Actions 14 15 16 17 18 21 1 you can get your own passport 2 the law makes you fully responsible for your criminal actions 3 you can borrow money from a bank 4 you can buy alcohol 5 you can get a licence to drive a car 12
Which rights are important to you?
Homework Choose! 1. Is it easy to be young (crossword, activity book) 2. T-shirts with messages (activity book) 3. Write an essay “ What is important for us, teenagers?” (150-200 words)