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Ex.5.Listening

  1. Ex.5.Listening

Follow the link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_x65OJU8Uq4 (Introduction to Higher Mathematics - Lecture 2: Introduction to Proofs)

Ex.5. Split into 2 groups and debate on the topic: "The Internet: For and Against"

Grammar: Participle I

Do exercises from Unit 67 p.134-135 ex.:67.1-67.3 and Unit 68 p.136-137 ex.:68.1-68.4 (Raymond Murphy "English Grammar in Use" A self-study reference and practice book for intermediate students of English Third Edition. Cambridge).

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Follow the link below and solve the exercises http://www.mathgoodies.com/lessons/vol7/order_operations.html

Follow the link and pass the test for grammar:

http://www.usingenglish.com/quizzes/326.html

Unit 6

Theme: The language of computer

Grammar: Participle II

Objectives: By the end of this unit, students should be able to use active vocabulary of this theme in different forms of speech exercises.

Students should be better at discussing about the rational numbers.

Students should know the rule of Participle II.

Methodical instructions: This theme must be worked out during two lessons a week according to timetable.

Lexical material: Introduce and fix new vocabulary on theme "The language of Computer".

Define the high-level languages. Discuss in groups. Observe and characterize the internet languages ??in detail.

Grammar: Participle II. Introduce and practice thenon-finite form of the verb. Revise the use of thenon-finite form of the verb: Participle II.

The language of computers.

50 YEARS AGO, people did not even hear of computers, and today we can not imagine life without them.

Computer technology is the fastest-growing industry in the world. The first computer was the size of a minibus and weighed a ton. Today, its job can be done by a chip the size of a pin head. And the revolution is still going on.

Very soon we'll have computers that we'll wear on our wrists or even in our glasses and earrings. Such wearable computers are being developed in the USA.

Japan's biggest mobile-phone company has just released its cleverest product so far, the i-mode, a mobile phone that allows you to surf the Internet as well as make calls. People are already using the phone to check the news, headlines, follow the stock market and download the latest jokes. Soon they will be able to buy cinema tickets and manage their bank accounts.

The next generation of computers will be able to talk and even think for themselves. They will contain electronic 'neural networks'. Of course, they'll be still a lot simpler than human brains, but it will be a great step forward. Such computers will help to diagnose illnesses, find minerals, understand and control the world's money markets, identify criminals and control space travel.

Computer revolution is changing our life and our language, too. We are constantly making up new words or giving new meanings to old ones. Most of computer terms are born in Silicon Valley, the world's top computer-science center.

Topical vocabulary

1. chip ,

2. to download ,

3. wrist '

4. to release ( )

5. bank account

6. to develop

7. neural network

8. to surf the Internet

9. Silicon Valley ( '

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10. to follow the stock mar .

Ex.1. Read the text and give short summery of it.

Ex.2. Answer the questions.

1. What is computer technology in your mind?

2. What were the first computers like?

3. Are they similar with up-to-date computers? Why? Why not?

4. Where do computers come from?

5. What will computers of next generation be able to do?

6. How will they help people to live?

7. Where is Silicon Valley?

Ex.3. Fill in the gaps with the words and expressions from the text.

1. Computer technology is the fastest-growing .... in the world.

2. The first computer was the size of a ..... and weighed a ton.

3. Very soon we'll have computers that we'll wear on our ... or even in our glasses and ....

4. People are already using the ... to check the news, headlines, follow the stock

market and ... the latest jokes.

5. The next .... of computers will be able to talk and even think for ....

6. They'll be still a lot simpler than human ..., but it will be a great ... forward.

7. Computer ... is changing our life and our language, too.

8. Most of computer terms are born in ......, the world's top computer-science center.

Ex.4. Do the following tasks to find out if you are a part of computer revolution

I. Choose an answer - a or b.

1. A mouse is

a) a small furry animal with a long tail

b) a small box used to operate a computer

2. To surf is

a) to ride on board of the waves of the sea

b) to move around the Internet

3. A bug is

a) a small insect

b) an error in a computer programmer

4. A flame is

a) a red or yellow burning gas seen when something is on fire

b) an unfriendly or rude e-mail

5. To boot is

a) to kick

b) to start a computer

6. A geek [gi: k] is

a) someone who bites the heads off alive chickens as part of a show

b) a person who knows everything about computers

II. Choose an answer - a, b or c.

1. What do you use a modem for?

a) to print a document

b) to play music on your computer

c) to send messages along a telephone line

2. What do you use when you want to look for sites on the world wide web?

b) a browser

c) a CD ROM

c) a printer

3. What can you use the Internet for?

a) to delete a file from your computer

b) to help you find information and communicate with people

c) to make your computer work faster

4. What do you use a scanner for?

a) to transfer photos and texts to your computer

b) to find certain files on the Internet

c) to clean your computer

5. How much is a gigabyte?

a) +1000 megabytes

b) 100 megabytes

c) +1000 bytes

III. Match the words (or phrases) to the definitions.

1. chat room

2. e-commerce

3. joystick

4. cyberspace

5. desktop

6. multitasking

a) the ability of a computer to run several programmers at once

b) the screen you see after you've switched your computer

c) an area on the internet where people can communicate with each other in 'real time'

d) the business of buying and selling goods and services on the Internet

e) a stick which helps you move in computer games

f) the imaginary place whore electronic messages, information pictures, etc. exist

when they are wont from one computer to another



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