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Задания для обучения аудированию в 5 классе к УМК Верещагиной И.Н., Афанасьевой О.В.

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Копылова Надежда Владимировна
Копылова Надежда Владимировна, учитель

МОУ СОШ м-на Вынгапуровский, г. Ноябрьск
Lesson 23 (Period 3)


Listening Comprehension Lesson


I. Before listening to the text answer the questions:

  1. How often do you visit exhibitions, picture galleries and art museums?
  2. What museums have you been to this year?
  3. What was the most interesting thing about it?


II. Listen to the text and do the task after it.

The BritishMuseum

For many people who come to London it is a city of history and culture full of museums, galleries and historic buildings. If you ever come to London you will certainly go to the BritishMuseum. It is in great Russell Street. The BritishMuseum is a very large, light-grey building. It is one of the most famous museums in the world and the big­gest museum in London. There are a lot of beautiful collections in it: drawings, collections of coins, paintings, sculptures and ceramics. Many things came to the museum from Greece. There is a Manuscript Room there, the room where the most important English documents are. You can also find very old books and maps in the museum.

The BritishMuseum is famous for its library, one of the richest in the world - there are more than 6 million books in it.

When you come to the museum you can go to the Reading Room which is circular in the shape. Some of the greatest people of their times have sat in this Room - such as Dickens, Thackeray, Bernard Shaw, Karl Marks, and many others.

You can walk through the halls of the BritishMuseum for hours making wonderful discoveries.

Choose the correct statement 

1. London is a city of

a) famous people;   b) history and culture;   c) high buildings;

2. The British Museum is in

a) Trafalgar Square;  b) the City;  c)  Russell Street

3. It is famous for

a) its library;   b) musical instruments;  c) documents;

4. Many things came to the Museum from

a) Greece;      b) Italy;     c) Germany;

Complete the sentences:

1. It is one of the most famous ….  in the world.

2. There are a lot of beautiful…..in the museum.

3. The British Museum is famous ….its library.

4. There are more than …million books in it.


III. What have you learnt about the BritishMuseum?

Lesson 72   (Period 9)

Listening Comprehension Lesson

I. Before listening to the text answer the questions:

  1. Do you like to travel?
  2. What kind of transport do you prefer?
  3. Have you ever travelled by plane? When was it?


II. Listen to the text and do the task after it.

Two Trips

George Brown was a rich businessman. When he was young he used to travel a lot. He liked to climb the mountains and often spent his weekends there. He loved nature, wild flowers that grow high up in the mountains, fresh air and clean water of the mountain rivers. When George was 35 he bought a small plane and learned to fly it. He soon became very good and could do all kinds of tricks in the air.

George had a friend. His name was Mark. One day George invited Mark to have a trip in his plane. Mark thought: "I have traveled in a big plane many times, but I've never been in a small one, so I'll go."

They went up, and George flew around for half an hour and did all kinds of tricks in the air.

When they came down again, Mark was very glad to be back, and he said to his friend: "Well, George, thank you very much for those two trips in your plane."

George looked at his friend and asked: "Why two trips, Mark?"

"My first and my last," was the answer.

Agree or disagree:

1. George Brown wasn't a rich businessman.

 2. When he was young he didn't like to travel.

 3. He loved nature.

 4. At the age of 35 he bought a small plane.

 5. George had a friend.

 6. His friend's name was Billy.

 7. One day George invited Mark to have a trip in his plane.

 8. Mark didn't agree to fly in George's plane.

 9. When they came down Mark thanked George for the trip.

 10. Mark liked the trip very much.

Complete the sentences:

1. George Brown was a.... businessman.

2. He liked to climb…

3. When George was.... he bought a small plane.

4. George had a….

5. George did all kinds of tricks in the….


III. You are George. Now try to retell the text.


Lesson 94   (Period 13)

Listening Comprehension Lesson

I. Look at the title of the text and say what it may be about. 


II. Listen to the text and do the task after it.

A Tragedy in the Air

The flight from London to South Africa didn't begin at 9 o'clock. It was a little delayed. The plane belonged to the British Airways. It was a big plane with four engines.

At ten o'clock we started. I sat next to Michael. He is a former pilot but now he works as a lawyer. Michael is my permanent companion in my journeys to Africa. This trip promised to be very interesting. It included our visits to several villages situated in the South of the continent. The trip could offer many unusual things.

At eleven o'clock when we were over the British Channel Michael told me he didn't like the sound of the engine. Soon the stewardess said that something was not quite right with the engine again. She told us it wasn't very important as there were three good engines onthe plane and we were "OK".

However, when we got near Africa, the passengers were telling each other that the second and the third engines didn't work. We all felt rather bad. At that time we were flying over the land of Africa with its wild animals; tigers, lions, and snakes. We were thinking about death.

Suddenly we heard the captain's voice on the plane radio, "Ladies and gentlemen, I have bad news for you".

I saw that many faces became white. Some people began crying. I felt terrible. The captain continued in a loud voice: "I have to inform that England has lost her last football match againstScotland!"

Choose the correct answer.

1. Was the flight delayed?

a) Yes, it was.                                               b) No, it was not.

2. How many engines did the plane have?

a) 3.                                                              b) 4.

3. When did they start?

a) At 12 o'clock.                                           b) At 10 o'clock.

4. What was Michael?

 a) A former pilot                                         b) A former lawyer.

5. What could the trip offer?

a) Many unusual things.                               b) Many usual things.

6. What news did the captain have?

a) Bad news.                                                 b) Good news.

7. What did the captain say?

a) Scotland has lost her last football match. b)England has lost her last football match.


III. Did you like the text? Would you like to be in a similar situation?

Lesson 110  (Period 15)


Listening Comprehension Lesson

I. Before listening to the text answer the questions:

  1. How often do you go the doctor?
  2. Who helps you when you are ill?
  3. What should you do to keep fit?

II. Listen to the text and do the task after it.

Tim Takes Medicine

It is winter now and John is ill. He is coughing, he has a terrible headache and feels a pain in his chest. The doctor came yesterday. He felt the boy's pulse and listened to his lungs. He touched John's head and immediately gave him some medicine. The doctor told John to stay in bed and take the medicine regularly 3 times a day.

Now there is a bottle of medicine on John's table near his bed. But John doesn't want to take it. "What shall I do?" he thinks. "What shall I do not to take the medicine?"

Suddenly he remembers Mark Twain's Tom Sawyer and his cat. John read the book about them last summer. So John gets out of his bed,takes his big black cat Tim and gives him his medicine, Tim likes themedicine and begins to drink it. But at that moment John's mothercomes into the room. She sees John, Tim and the bottle of medicine. Sheunderstands everything. "Don't be silly, John," she says. "You shoulddrink the medicine, not the cat. You are ill, the cat isn't. But the cat mayfeel bad because of the medicine. You shouldn't give it to Tim. Be a good boy, take a spoon of the medicine and try to sleep."


Make the right choice: ‘True’, ‘False’ or ‘Don't Know’.

1. It is winter now.

2. Tim is ill

3. John isn't coughing.

4. The doctor told John to stay in bed,

5. The doctor told John to go for a walk.

6. John didn't want to take medicine.

7. John has many pets at home.

8. The boy gives the cat his medicine.

9. Tim doesn't like the medicine.

10. John's mother told him to take the medicine.


III. Was Tim a good boy? Why do you think so?

Список литературы:

Верещагина И.Н., Афанасьева О.В. Книга для учителя к учебнику английского языка для 5 класса школ с углубленным изучением английского языка, лицеев, гимназий, колледжей. М., «Просвещение» 2005г.

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