Linguistics (A short Introduction)



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Linguistics (A short Introduction)



2. Passive Voice (1)

List of literature:

1. www.linguisticsociety.org.

2. www.sil.org\linguistics

3. www.why-major-linguistics

ОЖСӨЖ мазмұны: Speak on the topic“What is Linguistics?”

List of literature:

1. www.linguisticsociety.org.

2. www.sil.org\linguistics

3. www.why-major-linguistics

СӨЖ мазмұны: Transalate the text“Why Some People Almost Make Money with linguistics jobs?”

List of literature:

1. www.linguisticsociety.org.

2. www.sil.org\linguistics

3. www.why-major-linguistics

 

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Сабақтың тақырыбы: Linguistics (A short Introduction)

Сабақтың мазмұны:

1. Linguistics (A short Introduction)

2. Passive Voice (2)

 

List of literature:

1. www.linguisticsociety.org.

2. www.sil.org\linguistics

3. www.why-major-linguistics

ОЖСӨЖ мазмұны: Translate the topic “Morphology – let’s Make a Mockumentary!”

List of literature:

1. www.linguisticsociety.org.

2. www.sil.org\linguistics

3. www.why-major-linguistics

СӨЖ мазмұны: Transalate the text“Styistic aspect of translation from English to Kazakh ”

List of literature:

1. www.linguisticsociety.org.

2. www.sil.org\linguistics

3. www.why-major-linguistics

Жұма 15

Кредит сағат 2

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Сабақтың тақырыбы:Do you remember?

Сабақтың мазмұны:

Mini check.

List of literature:

1. http://en.wikipedia.org\wiki\List_of_Kazakh

2. http://www.britannica.com\art\Kazakh-literature

3. http://e-history.kz\en\biography\12

 

ОЖСӨЖ мазмұны: Retell the short paragraph from the novel “Fierce Grey” by Mukhtar Auezov

List of literature:

1. Mukhtar Auezov “Fierce Grey” Алматы «Жеті жарғы», 1997

2. http://www.britannica.com\art\Kazakh-literature

3. http://e-history.kz\en\biography\12

СӨЖ мазмұны: Learn by heart one of the Abai’s “Kara soz” in English

List of literature:

1. Abai. Book of Words. “Abai international club’ Semey 2005

2. Islam InternationalPublication LTD 1995. БЮРО "Ел", 1995

3. http://e-history.kz\en\biography\12

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Сабақтың тақырыбы: Рейтингілік бақылау

Сабақтың мазмұны

Consolidation modules 1-14

 

List of literature:

1. http://en.wikipedia.org\wiki\List_of_Kazakh

2. http://www.britannica.com\art\Kazakh-literature

3. http://e-history.kz\en\biography\12

 

ОЖСӨЖ мазмұны: Speak on the topic“The Duties and responsibilities of Editors”

List of literature:

1. http://www.editorpublisher.com\

2. http://en.wikipedia.org\wiki\Editor_Publisher

3. http://en.wikipedia.org\wiki\Publishing

СӨЖ мазмұны: Transalate the text“Kazakhstan’s future lies in the Kazakh language”

List of literature:

1. http://en.wikipedia.org\wiki\Kazakh_language

2. http://www.kazakh.ru\talk\mmess.phtml\

3. http://www.neotech.kz\Kazakhstan_future.htm

Қосымша әдебиеттер:

1. www.linguisticsociety.org.

2. Graham Workman \ Phrasal Verbs and Idioms\ Oxford University Press

3. http:\blog.bleacherreport.com\2014\03\10\what-qualities-make-someone-a-good-journalist\

3. ПӘН БОЙЫНША ТАПСЫРМАЛАРДЫ ОРЫНДАУ ЖӘНЕ ТАПСЫРУ КЕСТЕСІ

№ п/п Жұмыс түрі Тапсырманың мақсаты мен мазмұны Әдебиеттер Орындау уақыты Баллдары Бақылау түрі
ОЖСӨЖ орындау Теориялық білімдерін тексеру 1. http://www. britannica.com\art\Kazakh-literature 2. http:// en. wiki pedia.org\wiki\Kazakh_language 3. Graham Workman \ Phrasal Verbs and Idioms\ Oxford University Press   1-15 жұма Мәтінді ауызша сұрау
СӨЖ тапсырмасы Өзіндік жұмысты тексеру 1. http://www. britannica.com\art\Kazakh-literature 2. http:// en. wiki pedia.org\wiki\Kazakh_language 3. Graham Workman \ Phrasal Verbs and Idioms\ Oxford University Press. 1-15 жұма Ауызша сұрау, консекптілерін тексеру
Бақылау жұмысы Оқылып отырған материалдың теориялық білімдерін тексеру 1. http://www. britannica.com\art\Kazakh-literature 2. http:// en. wiki pedia.org\wiki\Kazakh_language 3. Graham Workman \ Phrasal Verbs and Idioms\ Oxford University Press. 7, 14 жұма Нұсқалар бойынша жазба жұмысы
Глоссарий Студенттердің өзін-өзі жұмыстануындағы белсенділіктерін арттыру, сонымен қатар терминогогияны үйрену     1. http://www. britannica.com\art\Kazakh-literature 2. http:// en. wiki pedia.org\wiki\Kazakh_language 3. Graham Workman \ Phrasal Verbs and Idioms\ Oxford University Press. 8, 15 жұма Ауызша жауап
Микроемтихан Білімдерін кешенді тексеру     1. http://www. britannica.com\art\Kazakh-literature 2. http:// en. wiki pedia.org\wiki\Kazakh_language 3. Graham Workman \ Phrasal Verbs and Idioms\ Oxford University Press 1(1) семестр Тесттік тапсырмалар

4. ПӘННІҢ ОҚУ-ӘДІСТЕМЕЛІК ҚАМТЫЛУ КАРТАСЫ

№   Әдебиет атауы   Барлығы   Ескерту  
кітапханада   кафедрада   Студенттердің қамтылу пайызы (%) Электронды түрі  
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             

5. ДӘРІС бағдарламада қарастырылмаған.

 

6. СЕМИНАРЛЫҚ (ПРАКТИКАЛЫҚ) САБАҚТАРДЫҢ ЖОСПАРЫ

 

Тақырып Семинар сабағының мазмұны Жұма Әдебиет
1. Unit 1. Kazakhstan. 1. Kazakhstan is my Motherland. 2. To be in Present Simple. 3. The Present Simple Tense.   1. Some facts about Kazakhstan. Астана-Санкт-Петербург, 2002 2.http://en.wikipedia.org\wiki\Kazakhstan 3. http://www.kazakhstan.kz\
2. Unit 2. Astana 1. The History of Astana 2. To be in Past Simple. 3. The Past Simple Tense 1.http://en.wikipedia.org\wiki\Kazakhstan 2. http://www.lonelу planet.com\kazakhstan\northern-kazakhstan\astana\sights 3. http:eng.city-tour.kz\index.php\excursions-all\sightseeing-tour-in-s-astana
3. Unit 3. The History of Language 1. A Brief History of the English Language 2. Asking Questions – Past 3. To be in Future Simple Tense. 1. Thomas Kohnen. Introduction to the History of English 2. A Brief History of the English Language 3. http://www.englishclub .com\english-language-history.htm
4. Unit 4. The Kazakh Language as the State Language 1. The Kazakh Language as the State Language 2. Present Progressive 3. Present Simple or Present Progressive 1. http://en.wikipedia. org \wiki\Kazakh_language 2. http://www.kazakh.ru \talk\mmess.phtml\ 3. http://www.neotech.kz \Kazakhstan_future.htm
5. Unit 5. Kazakh literature 1. The History of Kazakh Literature 2. Present tenses (I’m doing)for the future 2.Present Perfect Tense.   1. http://en.wikipedia.org \wiki\List_of_Kazakh 2. http://www.britannica. com\art\Kazakh-literature 3. http://e-history.kz\en \biography\12
6. Unit 6. Abai Kunanbaev 1. Life of Abai Kunanbaev 2.Future Perfect or Past Simple 3. Present Perfect Continuous (I have been doing) 1. Abai. Book of Words. “Abai international club’ Semey 2005 2. Islam InternationalPublication LTD 1995. БЮРО "Ел", 1995 3. http://e-history.kz \en\ biography\12
7. Unit 7. Makhambet. The great son of Kazakh people. 1. Life and poetry activity of Makhambet Utemissov 2. Present Perfect Continuous and Simple 3. When I do/When I've done When and if 1. Makhambet Motherland. The Land of Strong Spirit People (It is dedicated to the 200th anniversary of Makhambet, a great poet, a brave fighter for freedom of Kazakh people). («Өлке» баспасы, 2003ж) 2. http://www.britannica .com\art\Kazakh-literature 3. http://e-history.kz\ en\biography\12
8. Unit 8. My favourite Kazakh writer 1. My Favourite Kazakh Writer 2. Past Perfect Tense 3. Past Perfect Continuous Tense     1. Mukhtar Auezov “Fierce Grey” Алматы «Жеті жарғы», 1997 2. http://www.britannica. com\art\Kazakh-literature 3. http://e-history.kz\en\ biography\12
9. Unit 9. My favourite Kazakh poet   1. Mukagali Makataev 2. Comparison of Adjectives     1. http://en.wikipedia.org \wiki\List_of_Kazakh 2. http://www.britannica. com\art\Kazakh-literature 3. http://e-history.kz\en \biography\12
10. Unit 10. How to write articles   1. How to Write Newspaper Articles 2.Modal Verbs Can and Could 3. Modal Verbs Must, Have to, Should   1. http://www.wikihow. com\Write-Articles 2. http://www.examenglish. com\FCE\writing_anarticle.html 3. http:www.writersdogect. com\writing-articles
11. Unit 11. Good qualities of journalist 1. What do Journalists do? 2. If I do… and if I did 3. If I had known. I wish I hd known.     1. http:\blog.bleacherreport .com\2014\03\10\what-qualities-make-someone-a-good-journalist\ 2. http://www.americanpress institute.org\journalism-essentials\what-is-journalism 3. http://www.thenewsman ual.net
12. Unit 12. The Editor and Pulishing House   1. How Editors Help to Writers 2. Would I wish … would. 3. If I do … If I did…     1. http://www.editorpublisher .com\ 2. http://en.wikipedia.org \wiki\Editor_Publisher 3. http://en.wikipedia.org \wiki\Publishing
13. Unit 13. Phrasal Verbs   1. Phrasal Verbs: meanings and examples 2. Reported Speech   1. Graham Workman \ Phrasal Verbs and Idioms\ Oxford University Press 2. Кунин А.В. Курс фразеологии современного английского языка, - Москва 1996, 98. 3. http://learnenglish.british coucil..org\english-grammar\verbs\prasal-verbs
14. Unit 14. Linguistics (A short Introduction) 1. Linguistics (A short Introduction) 2.Passive Voice   1. www.linguisticsociety.org. 2. www.sil.org\linguistics 3. www.why-major-linguistics
15. Unit 15. Do you remember?   1. Mini check. 2.Consolidation modules 1-14   1. http://en.wikipedia.org \wiki\List_of_Kazakh 2. http://www.britannica. com \art\Kazakh-literature 3. http://e-history.kz\en\ biography\12

 

7. ПӘНДІ ОҚЫТУДАҒЫ ӘДІСТЕМЕЛІК НҰСҚАУЛАР

Практикалық (семинарлық) сабақтарға әдістемелік нұсқаулар

Практикалық сабақ 1

Сабақтың тақырыбы: Kazakhstan

Сабақтың мазмұны:

1. Kazakhstan in Brief

3. To be in Present Simple. Asking questions – Present

Kazakhstan

Kazakhstan, officially Republic of Kazakhstan, has the population of 17 million people and territory 2,719,500 sq km, is situated in central Asia. It borders on Siberian Russia in the north, China in the east, Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan, and Turkmenistan in the south, and the Caspian Sea and European Russia in the west. Astana is the capital and Almaty (Alma-Ata) is the largest city. Other major cities include Shymkent, Semey, Aktobe, and Oskemen.

Kazakhstan consists of a vast flatland, bordered by a high mountain belt in the southeast. It extends from the lower Volga and the Caspian Sea in the west to the Altai Mts. in the east. It is largely lowland in the north and west, hilly in the center (Kazakh Hills), and mountainous in the south and east (Tian Shan and Altai ranges). Kazakhstan is a region of inland drainage; the Syr Darya, the Ili, the Chu, and other rivers drain into the Aral Sea and Lake Balkash. Most of the region is desert or has limited and irregular rainfall.

The population of Kazakhstan consists mainly of Muslim Kazakhs and Russians; there are smaller minorities of Ukrainians, Germans, Uzbeks, and Tatars. Kazakh, a Turkic language, is the official tongue, but Russian is still widely used.

Despite Kazakhstan's largely arid conditions, its vast steppes accommodate both livestock and grain production. Wheat, cotton, sugar beets, and tobacco are the main crops. The raising of cattle and sheep is also important, and Kazakhstan produces much wool and meat. In addition, there are rich fishing grounds, famous for their caviar-producing sturgeon, in the Caspian, although these have been hurt by overfishing.

The Kazakh Hills in the core of the region have important mineral resources. Coal is mined at Karaghandy and Ekibastuz, and there are major oil fields in the Emba basin. The country's industries are located along the margins of the country. Steel, agricultural and mining machinery, superphosphate fertilizers, phosphorus acids, artificial fibers, synthetic rubber, textiles, and medicines are among the manufactured goods. Temirtau is the iron and steel center. The Baikonur (Bayqongyr) Cosmodrome in central Kazakhstan was the Soviet space-operations center and continues to serve Russian space exploration through an agreement between the two nations. The main trading partners are Russia, Belarus, China and Uzbekistan.

Active vocabulary: officially, north, major, include, consist, flatland, bordered, extends, drain, minorities, arid, caviar-producing sturgeon, coal, steel, agricultural, mining machinery, superphosphate fertilizers, phosphorus acids, artificial fibers, synthetic rubber, textiles, manufactured goods, iron, steel, space exploration.

Answer the questions:

Where is the Republic of Kazakhstan situated?

What is the size of the area of Kazakhstan?

What can you say about the population of the Republic?

What is the capital of Republic?

Where is it situated?

How many kilometers does the area of the country extend from the West to the East and from the North to the South?

What is there in the southwest of the country?

What river is there near the northwestern border of the country?

Look at the map of Kazakhstan and say what states Kazakhstan borders

 

Doing exercises.

1. How many regions are there in Kazakhstan?
There are 14 regions in Kazakhstan
2. Who is head of the state Kazakhstan?
The head of state is Nursultan Abishuly Nazarbayev
3. What is the capital of Kazakhstan?
The capital of Kazakhstan is Astana
4. What is the state language of the Republic of Kazakhstan?
The state language of the Republic of Kazakhstan is Kazakh.
5. Who is first cosmonaut of Kazakhstan?
The first cosmonaut of Kazakhstan is Tokhtar Aubakirow.
6. What is the popular national holiday in Kazakhstan?
The popular national holiday in Kazakhstan is Nauryz.
7. What is the national currency of Kazakhstan?
The national currency of Kazakhstan is Tenge

 

Doing tasks.

Do you remember?

In the board there are pictures of Baiterek, the national flag and other pictures. And behind the pictures tasks and questions. Pupils should answer them.

1. What is the capital of Kazakhstan?

2. Who is a head of Kazakhstan?

3. How many people live there?

4. What are the largest lakes are there?

5. What can you say about climate of the Kazakhstan?

 

Odd and out.

In each line of words is one word which doesn’t go with other. Name this odd word and explain why is it odd?

1. Kazakhstan/ China/ India/ France

2. Tokyo/ Astana/ Ankara/ Spain

3. English/ Spanish/ Kazakh/ Great Britain

4. land/ continent/ country/ square

5. wheat/ millet/ corn/ border

 

GRAMMAR

The verb to be (1)

Form

Arrirmative

I am happy.

You

We are

They

He

She is

It

Short forms

In spoken and informal English, it is natural to use short forms of the verb to be.

I am = I’m

You are = You’re

We are = We’re

They are = They’re

He is = He’s

She is = She’s

It is = It’s

We can also use short froms with names.

John is tall. = John’s tall.

London is a very big city. = London’s a very big city.

USE

We use the verb to be to talk about

· ages. I’m 16 years and my brother is six.

· occupations. She’s a student and her parents are teachers.

· prices. This watch is $ 30.

· the time. It’s nine o’clock.

· feelings and states. I’m hungry.

· nationality. They’re Argentinian.

· colours. His eyes are blue.

· Asking questions - present

·

· When we ask questions, the position of the subject in the sentence usually changes.

· yes / no questions

·

· is / are + subject + etc

· Are you English? Yes, I am. / No, I'm not.

· Is he happy? Yes, he is. / No, he isn't.

·

·

·

· is / are + subject + Verb + etc

· Is it raining? Yes, it is. / No, it isn't.

· Are they reading? Yes, they are. / No, they aren't.

·

· do / does + subject + Verb + etc

· Do you speak German? Yes, I do. / No, I don't.

· Does Dan play football? Yes, he does. / No, he doesn't.

·

· questions with what, why, when, where, how, who

·

· question word + is / are + subject + etc

· When is she at home? She's at home in the evening.

· Where are they students? They're students at university.

·

· question word + is / are + subject + verb + etc

· What time is John leaving? He is leaving at 11,00.

· Who is he going out? He's going out to buy some bread.

· Now is she feeling? She's feeling better.

· What are you playing? We're playing cards .

·

·

· question word + do / does + subject + verb + etc

· What time does John start work? He starts work at 08,00.

· Who does Sarah go out with? She goes out with Jim.

· When do they meet? They meet every Tuesday .

·

· The form of question shown above is only possible when we know who or what the subject is. Sometimes we don't know and we need to ask questions where the question word (who, what, how many, etc) is the subject of the question.

·

· John loves someone. Someoneloves John.

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· object subject

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· Who does John love? Who loves John?

·

· In this type of question you cannot use do or does.

· Who helps you? NOT Who does help you?

· How many people study here? NOT How many people do study here?

· Which computer works best? NOT Which computer does work best?

 

EXERCISES



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