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Техника нижней прямой подачи мяча.
Франко-прусская война (причины и последствия)
Организация работы процедурного кабинета
Смысловое и механическое запоминание, их место и роль в усвоении знаний
Коммуникативные барьеры и пути их преодоления
Обработка изделий медицинского назначения многократного применения
Образцы текста публицистического стиля
Четыре типа изменения баланса
Задачи с ответами для Всероссийской олимпиады по праву
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ЗНАЕТЕ ЛИ ВЫ?
Влияние общества на человека
Приготовление дезинфицирующих растворов различной концентрации
Практические работы по географии для 6 класса
Организация работы процедурного кабинета
Изменения в неживой природе осенью
Уборка процедурного кабинета
Сольфеджио. Все правила по сольфеджио
Балочные системы. Определение реакций опор и моментов защемления
PARTICIPLE II - Причастие II.
Participle II (причастие II) употребляется в функции определения и занимает место перед определяемым существительным или является частью причастного оборота, следующего за существительным. Оно переводится на русский язык причастиями страдательного залога:
broken vase – разбитая ваза
stolen money – украденные деньги
his last published novel – его последний опубликованный роман
I know that man arrested by the police. Я знаю человека, арестованного полицией.
Some people invited to the party couldn’t come. Некоторые люди, приглашенные на вечеринку, не смогли прийти.
See also Lessons 10 and 12.
Task 8.. Translate the sentences into Russian and indicate Participle II:
1. The books written by this author are extremely popular.
2. He always wears clothes made in Italy.
3. The questions put to the professor were rather interesting.
4. My friend liked the video bought last week.
5. She understood every word said by him.
6. They bought the house built many years ago.
Task 9. Make one sentence from two using Participle II.
1. I lost the key. I didn’t find it. I didn’t find the lost key.
2. The letter was written by him. It was very long.
3. The man was hit by the car. We took him to hospital.
4. Many new shops are opened in our town. They are very cheap.
5. Look at this big red car. It is parked near mine.
6. There are many houses in this street. They were broken by the storm.
Task 10. Answer the following questions:
1. What are the two oldest universities founded in Britain?
2. Why are they superior to other universities?
3. What periods are known as waves of expansion of higher education?
4. What subjects do most universities in Britain teach?
5. What are the main degrees in the British educational system?
6. How can one get these degrees?
7. Why wasn’t it possible anymore to provide free education and give grants?
8. Why are there big debates over university fees?
Task 11. True or false?
1. Oxford and Cambridge are higher in status than other British universities.
2. Higher education began to expand after foundation of Oxford and Cambridge.
3. 20 years ago there were more university students than nowadays.
4. English students usually go to a university near their home.
5. To get the Bachelor’s degree one must do a research work.
6. To become PhD one needn’t pass examinations.
7. Excellent students in Britain receive grants from the government.
8. Some people can’t afford higher education.
Task 12. Make up the summary of the text using the previous Tasks.
Task 13. Read the article about examinations at Cambridge and put the parts of the article in the right order.
Cambridge 'Tripos' exams
· This system means that it is theoretically possible (however unlikely) for students to do almost no work for two and a half years, cram like mad for the finals, and come out with a first class degree.
· Eventually, the examinations themselves, firstly in mathematics and later in all other subjects, were called Tripos.
· Students at Cambridge sit the so called 'Tripos' exams.
· But this system has an important advantage: students do not have to do their Part I and Part II in the same subject. This is a great bonus if you find you are doing the wrong course.
· Each Tripos consists of two parts. A student must pass both parts to get a degree.
· The name comes from a three-legged stool that was once used at graduation ceremonies. A senior graduate of the University sat on the stool and read poetry to entertain other graduates. The names of the graduates (the 'Tripos list') were printed on the back of the poems.
· Unlike many other universities, where the final grade of the degree is based on scores throughout the three years, a Cambridge grade is based purely on the score in the Part II.
Lesson 12. Higher education in Russia
Task 1. Think of higher education in our country.
Choose the appropriate variant out of the answers given after every question.
age of ….
a) less than 4 years
b) 5 years and more
a) completely free
b) only paid
c) both free and fee-paying
a) a grant
b) a salary
c) a honorary
Task 2. Think of the topic of higher education in our country and say what you think of the following points:
1. How many years do you have to study if you go to university after school and then to some postgraduate studies? Do you think it’s very hard to be a student of any higher educational institution in Russia?
2. Name all types of higher educational institutions in Russia which you know or learn from the text.
3. Do you see differences in educational systems in Britain and Russia?
Task 3. Read the text paying attention to the words in italics.
Higher education in Russia
The Russian educational system may be arranged into three major groups:
· secondary education,
· higher education and
· postgraduate education.
The Higher Educational System in Russia has its own remarkable distinction in the world stage. The Institutes / Universities offering higher education in Russia have a total enrolment of more than two million students.
The standard of Higher Education in Russia is considered to be most advanced and sophisticated in the world as every educational institution is well equipped and their teaching methods are well regulated. The students-teacher ratio is approximately 7:1. Certain Internet resources give the information that the literacy rate in Russia is currently 99.4%. In 2003–2004, the total number of students of higher education institutions was 5,947,500, including 5,228,700 in governmental and 718,800 in non-governmental education institutions respectively. Russia has more academic graduates than any other country in Europe.
There are 609 public HEIs (that is “Higher Educational Institutions) and 206 accredited non-State HEIs in Russia; the Ministry of Education finances 315 public HEIs. The rest are financed by other Ministries or local authorities. There are about 3000 non-university level educational institutions - technikum, uchilische, college.
Approximately one-third of the students pay for their studies. In non-State HEIs all students must pay tuition fees. Higher education is under the jurisdiction of the Ministry of Education of the Russian Federation, which is responsible for the accreditation and licensing of HEIs and for developing and maintaining State Educational Standards.
There are three levels of higher education:
1) incomplete higher education (2 years at least);
2) basic higher education (4 years) leading to the Bakalavr's degree, the first university level degree;
3) postgraduate higher education (total number of years of post-secondary education: 5-6 years or more).
The following higher education reforms are under way:
1) diversification of higher education;
3) decentralization of management, university autonomy;
4) creation of a non-public sector of higher education.
After obtaining a Certificate of Complete Secondary Education a student can enter a University or an Institute (College). A student can choose a program of higher education with a duration of four to six years.
There are three different degrees that are conferred by Russian universities:
1. The first degree is the Bakalavr (Bachelor) degree. Bakalvr's programs last for at least 4 years of full-time university-level study. The programs include professional and special courses in Science, the Humanities and Social-economic disciplines, professional training, completion of a research paper/project and passing State final exams. The Bakalavr's degree is awarded in all fields except Medicine after defending a Diploma project prepared under the guidance of a supervisor and passing the final exams. In Medicine, the first stage lasts for six years.
2. Holders of the Bakalavr degree are admitted to enter the Specialist Diploma and Magistr's (Master's) degree programs. The Magistr's (Master's) degree is awarded after successful completion of two years' full-time study. Students must carry out a year of research including practice and prepare and defend a thesis which constitutes an original contribution and sit for final examinations.
Bakalavr's and Magistr's degrees were introduced relatively recently.
3. After graduation a student may continue postgraduate education. After several (2 to 4) years of study, if they obtain important scientific results, publish them and write another thesis, the Kandidat nauk degree (кандидат наук, Candidate of Sciences) can be awarded. For further and more fundamental research work the Doctor Nauk degree (доктор наук, Doctor of Sciences) can be awarded.
In all the Russian Institutions, academic year starts from September. There are two semesters in an academic year: the first term – from September to January and the second term - from February to June. First semester examinations are held usually in January followed by second semester exams in June. Students enjoy two types of vacations in their curriculum. It is winter vacation from 15th January to 7th February and summer vacation from 1st July to 31st August.
Russia has a good deal of experience for co-operation with the developing countries in the field of higher education. For instance, more than half of the foreign students attending Russian Universities for higher education in the field of Engineering/ Medicine are from developing countries in Asia and Africa and from Latin America. The system of imparting higher education in Russia is well formulated and advanced in par with western countries.
During training students receive a high level of theoretical knowledge and work skills in their chosen fields. Modern teaching methods facilitate the formation of not only deep versatile knowledge and skills, but also such qualities such as independence, the ability to make critical decisions, the creative approach to any process, the skills to finish it and the constancy to study. The necessity of a flexibility in thinking, and the presence of abstract, systematic and experimental thinking, the skill to carry on dialogue, the skill to communicate, the ability to cooperate which are required of the modern professional are aspects which are given extra emphasis.
International students from all over the world are an integral part of our student community and we always welcome new applicants to join us.
Task 4. Look through the text and pick out English equivalents for the following Russian words and phrases:
1. среднее и высшее образование
2. образовательное учреждение
3. уровень грамотности
4. местные органы власти
6. плата за обучение
7. быть ответственным за что-либо
8. ученая степень
9. получить Диплом о полном среднем образовании
10. поступить в университет или институт
11. точные науки
12. гуманитарные науки
13. исследовательская работа
14. сдача итоговых государственных экзаменов
15. защита дипломного проекта (диссертации)
16. присваивать (ученое звание)
17. учебный год
20. программа обучения
22. высокий уровень теоретических знаний и навыков
23. качества (характера)
24. современный профессионал, специалист
25. студенческое сообщество
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