Учебное пособие для учащихся: О. В. Афанасьева И. В. Михеева, «Английский язык, 7 класс» М., «Просвещение» icon

Учебное пособие для учащихся: О. В. Афанасьева И. В. Михеева, «Английский язык, 7 класс» М., «Просвещение»



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Учебное пособие для учащихся: О.В.Афанасьева И.В.Михеева, «Английский язык, 7 класс» - М., «Просвещение»


№ п/п

Тема

Количество часов

Контрольные,

Сроки

По программе

Раздел и страницы учебника

По плану

По плану










1 четверть









Россия, моя Родина

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Стр. 3 - 20




сентябрь



Английский - язык планеты

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Стр. 21 - 54

Кр. № 1

сентябрь-октябрь










2 четверть









Я и мой мир

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Стр. 55 - 88




октябрь-ноябрь



Требуются многое для создания мира

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Стр. 89 - 128

Кр. № 2

ноябрь-декабрь



Рождество

2

Стр. 129 - 136




декабрь









3 четверть









Наслаждаясь чтением.

25

Стр. 137 - 180

Кр. № 3

январь-февраль










4 четверть









Театр и кино

25

Стр. 181 - 216




февраль-март



Спорт в нашей жизни

25

Стр. 217 - 254




март-апрель



Исследуя мир. Повторение

14

Стр. 255 - 272

Кр. № 4

май



1 четверть

  1. Изучите материалы указанных разделов учебника и подготовьте высказывания по следующим темам:

- Russia;

- Moscow;

- Russian traditions;

- English as a world language.

2. Выполните контрольную работу № 1.


Контрольная работа № 1


1. Present Perfect or Past Simple?


1. The police (arrest) two men in connection with the robbery.

a) arrested; b) have arrested.

2. Mike can't find his key. He (lose) it.

a) has lost; b) lost.

3. I (read) this book when I was a child.

a) read; b) have read.

4. Mozart (write) more than 600 pieces of music.

s) wrote ; b) has written.

5. I work very hard this term. I want to have a rest.

a) worked; b) have worked.

6. …you (drive) a car before? You are so nervous.

a) Did ... drive; b) Have ... driven.

7. I (not/enjoy) the film. It wasn’t very good.

a) have not enjoyed; b) didn't enjoy.

8. “… you (pass) your driving teat?” — “Not yet”.

a) Have … passed; b) Did ... pass.

9. “When ... it (begin) snowing?” — “About an hour ago”.

a) did ... begin; b) has ... begun.

10. I (not/see) Tom this morning. What about you?

a) didn't see; b) haven't seen.

11. He (read) a newspaper yesterday but he (not/read) it today.

a) read; hasn't read; b) hasn't read; didn't read.

12. “…she (finish) her composition?”— “I'm sure, she (do) it”.

a) Did... finish; did; b) Has ... finished; has done.

13. I (not/eat) any fruit today. Do you have any?

a) didn't eat; b) haven't eaten.

14. “How long ... they (know) each other?”— “It's difficult to say”.

a) have ... known; b) did ... know.

15) "When ... the lesson (start)?”—“It (start) twenty minutes ago”.

a) did ... start; started; b) has ... started; has started.


2. Past Simple or Past Progressive?


1. When you rang me yesterday, I (have) dinner.

a) had dinner; b) was having.

2. As he (pass) by her office, he saw Ann near the gate.

a) passed; b) was passing.

3. I (walk) home after the party last night.

a) was walking; b) walked.

4. He (wait) for Jack when I (arrive).

a) was waiting; arrived; b) waited; was arriving.

5. When my mother (arrive), we (have) dinner.

a) arrived; were having; b) was arriving; had.


3. Future Indefinite.


1. I (to think) about this information. 2. According to the forecast it (to be) raining tomorrow. 3. We (to come) to see you on Monday. 4. I (to prepare) to my examinations next week. 5. You (to show) me your new picture? 6. I think he (not to come) tomorrow. 7. I don't think she (to answer) all the questions. 8. We (to work) in our garden tomorrow 9. How you (to pack) your things? 10. Her mother (to buy) her a silver chain for her birthday.


4. Passive voice.

Use the verbs in the Passive Voice:


1. We shall finish the work in two days.

2. The parents left their little boy at home.

3. We often buy English books.

4. I write many letters.

5. The boy always waters the flowers.

6. We shall put up a tent on the bank of the river.

7. Who will do this work?


5. Complex object


Use the verbs in the correct form:

1. Teddy's words made me (feel) uncomfortable.

A to feel B feeling C feel

2. Mrs. Pottson allowed her guests (smoke) in the living-room.

A to smoke B smoking C smoke

3. Has the secretary come yet? I want to have my papers (type).

A to type B type C typed

4. I watched my cat (play) with her kittens. I couldn't tear myself away from that funny sight.

A played B playing C to play

5. Granny didn't want my Mom (marry) my Dad.

A marry B to marry C married

6. Our English teacher told us (not/ feel) shy and speak English as much as possible.

A not to feel B not feel C felt .

7. I have to get my photograph (take) for a new passport.

A took B take C taken

8. There wasn't much traffic in the street. I saw a little girl (cross) the road.

A crossed B cross C to cross

9. I have never heard Helen (sing).

A sang B sings C singing

10. Mary would like her brother (avoid) Tom's company.

A to avoid B avoid C avoided

11. We expected the Harrisons (arrive) later than usual.

A to arrive B arrive C arrived

12. What makes you (do) such rash actions?

A do B to do C doing

2 четверть

  1. Изучите материалы указанных разделов учебника и подготовьте высказывания по следующим темам:

- British traditions and holidays;

- My family;

2. Выполните контрольную работу № 2.


Контрольная работа № 2


1. Read and decide - Which food is it?

Read these short descriptions of certain kinds of food. Ignore the words you don't understand. Then see if you can answer the questions.


1. They are a basic part of the diet in many countries all over the world. They are round, grow in the ground and have a thin skin which is often peeled before they are cooked. They can be boiled, fried or baked.

2. They are really a fruit although many people regard them as a vegetable. They are soft, red and round and were discovered in South America in the sixteenth century. They are often eaten raw in salads and are also cooked, especially when they are used in sauces for meat and other things.

3. They are a kind of flat shellfish, and can be eaten either raw or cooked. They are now considered to be 'food for the rich', although they were once so cheap in England that poor people ate them all the time.

4. This is one of the oldest vegetables in history. The ancient Greeks and Romans used to eat them raw for breakfast, with a little bit of salt. They are round, with a thin skin which has to be removed before they can be cooked or eaten. They have a very strong smell and are often used to give flavour to soups, sauces and other dishes.

5. The meat from this animal is very popular in some countries but it is forbidden to eat it in other countries because it is considered impure.

6. These small animals live in sewers and other filthy places. They have very sharp teeth and will eat their way through almost anything. In one part of Belgium a special type of this animal is cooked and eaten in a stew. According to people who have enjoyed this dish, the meat tastes something like rabbit.

7. They are small, round and full of juice. Some of them are dark or 'red' and others are light or 'green'. They are used to make wine.

8. The seed of a plant which is grown in warm, wet places and eaten everywhere in the world, but particularly in China, Japan and other Asian countries.

9. This insect causes famine when it comes in great numbers and eats all the crops. However, the ancient Egyptians used to enjoy eating it. It was usually roasted and then eaten whole, wings and all.

10. An eight-legged sea animal with a hard shell. The flesh can be eaten after boiling, when it turns bright red. It is closely related to insects although people who pay high prices for it in restaurants do not often realize this.


Answer the questions:

1. Name just one of the foods you were able to guess.

2. What were the words that helped you to guess this food?

3. Now name the other foods you were able to guess. Give the words in the description which helped you to guess each food.

4 Perhaps you didn't know the English names for some of the kinds of food which were described. Does this list contain any of those names?

•lobsters • oysters • oranges •apples • grapes • beef •pork • lamb • veal chicken • cod • salmon

• mullet • broccoli • tomatoes •potatoes • carrots • onions • leeks • peas • beans • lettuce • ants

• locusts • rats • mice

5 Which foods in this list were not described?

6 Are there any things named in the list which you do not consider food? Why not?


3 четверть

  1. Изучите материалы указанных разделов учебника и подготовьте высказывания по следующим темам:

- My favourite books and authors;

- Early days of cinema and theatre;


2. Выполните контрольную работу № 3.


Контрольная работа № 3


1. Reading comprehension. Read the text and then circle the best answer.


One day last winter I went to see Sherlock Holmes. I remember the date. It was December 27. Holmes was sitting in a comfortable chair, looking at an old hat.

'Are you busy. Holmes?' I said.

'Not at all, Watson?’ he answered. 'I'm glad to see you. You know Captain Peterson. He brought me this hat and chicken. Peterson is eating the chicken today. I'll tell you the story.'

‘Two days ago Peterson was walking along Goodge Street. He had been to a party which finished at three o'clock in the morning. By the light of the street lamps he saw a tall man in front of him, carrying a chicken under his arm. Suddenly two men came out of the shadows, stopped the tall man and a quarrel started. One of the men hit the tall man and his hat fell to the ground. The tall man tried to hit the man with his stick but missed him and broke a shop window. Captain Peterson rushed forward to help the tall man. He saw Peterson, shouted 'Police' and ran down the street. The other two men followed him. A hat and a chicken were left on the ground.'

'Why didn't he gave them to the tall man?' I asked.

'Because the tall man had disappeared, Watson. But there was a card on the chicken's leg which said, 'For Mrs. Henry Baker'. The name Henry Baker is also inside the hat. Peterson wanted to find the man, but there are hundreds of Henry Bakers in London.'

'So what did he do?'

'He brought the hat and the chicken to me,' said Holmes. 'He knows that these little problems interest me. I kept the chicken until today, but I couldn't keep it any longer. Peterson is eating it now.'

From 'The Blue Diamond” by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle


Choose the best variant and complete the sentence:

1. Captain Peterson was in Goodge Street on

a) December 25.

b) December 27.

2. Peterson was in Goodge Street because he was

a) going home after a party.

b) visiting Sherlock Holmes.

3. There was a quarrel between

a) Peterson and the tall man.

b) the tall men and the two other man.

4. Peterson

a) tried to help the tall man.

b) fetched a policeman.

5. Peterson gave the hat and the chicken

a) back to the tall man.

b) to Sherlock Holmes.

6. Peterson thought Sherlock Holmes

a) would be interested in his story.

b) knew Henry Baker.

7. Sherlock Holmes

a) ate the chicken himself.

b) gave the chicken back to Peterson.


4 четверть


  1. Изучите материалы указанных разделов учебника и подготовьте высказывания по следующим темам:

- Sport in your life;

- History of the Olympic Games;

2. Выполните контрольную работу № 4.

Контрольная работа № 4 (итоговая)


1. Tenses after if and when

Use the verbs in the correct tense:


Complete the sentences with the proper form of the verb.

1. I am going to have a shower when I ______________ (get) home.

2. Julia is going to live in our house while we______________ (be ) away.

3. I'll stay here till he ______________ (come).

4. I can't talk to you now. I _____________ (talk) to you when I have more time.

5. When I ______________ (be) in London, I am going to visit the British Museum.

6. We'll be late if you ______________ (not hurry)

7. Is it o’key if I _________________(close) the window?

8. I ______________ (be) surprised if he comes.

9. John is still at school. When he ________________ (leave) school, he wants to go to university.

10. If the weather_____________ (be) nice tomorrow, we can go swimming.


2. Reported speech (statements)


Rewrite the sentences using reported speech. Start with: He said that…

1. I don't like cheese.

2. We spent the summer in Spain.

3. I'm learning to drive now.

4. I've never seen Tom.

5. Our new English teacher is very strict.

6. Jane was going to go to London for Christmas, but went to Paris instead.

7. We'll phone you tomorrow.

8. Yesterday I visited my aunt in hospital.

9. I won't wear this dress.

10. These boys can't win.


3. Reported Speech (questions)


Rewrite the questions using reported speech.

1. Where do you live? — Can you tell me...

2. When is John coming? — He is asking…

3. What do you have for breakfast? — He wanted to know ...

4. Who has read this book? — The teacher wants to know ...

5. Do you like sport? — It is interesting to know ...

6. Why are you crying, Willy? — Car you tell me ...

7. Does Jack play football? — I wanted to know ...

8. Did you see Ann yesterday? – She asked…

9. How old is your sister? — He is asking ...

10. What colour are your sister's eyes? — He wanted to know ...


4. The Passive Voice

Change the sentences into passive:

1. We call the dog Blackie.

2. They clean the rooms every day.

3. They showed me the way to the station.

4. They took the books from the library.

5. They serve dinner at 6.

6. People enjoy Coca-Cola all over the world.

7. They gave me some bread.

8. Christopher Wren built St.Paul's Cathedral in 1670.

9. People speak English all over the world.

10. They did not invite him.

11. They explored the country.

12. They will build a new factory.

13. They posted the letters yesterday.

14. They will tell him the truth.


5. Translate the sentences using Complex Object (Сложное дополнение).

  1. Мои родители хотят, чтобы я знал английский язык.

  2. Мама хочет, чтобы я повторил слова до того, как я лягу спать.

  3. Я ожидаю (to expect), что мои друзья придут ко мне в гости в воскресенье.

  4. Хотите, чтобы я рассказал вам эту историю?

  5. Мне бы не хотелось, чтобы вы опаздывали.


6. Sequence of Tenses.


Choose the correct verb form and write it down:

1. The teacher asked who (is/was) present that day.

2. He realized that they (lost/had lost) their way.

3. She says she (will come/would come) in time.

4. He says he (has/had) a good camera now.

5. John said he (will leave/would leave) soon.

6. Ann said that she (is going/was going) to learn to drive.

7. He explained that he (stayed/ had stayed) at home - the day before.

8. My friend says he (has just returned/had just returned) from London.

9. He said that he (lived/had lived) in Moscow the year before.

10. I think the weather (will be/would be) fine next week.




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