Методическая разработка заданий в формате ОГЭ

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Методическая разработка заданий в формате ОГЭ для 9класса

Разработала: Кудрякова Анастасия Александровна

МБОУ СОШ № 8 г. Владимир

Учитель: Английского языка

  1. Read the texts (1- 4) from English newspaper and match them with the titles (a- e). There is one title you don't have to use.



  1. Geography

  2. Weather

  3. The coast line or more detailed description

  4. Beauty of Rural landscapes

  5. Temperature

  1. There is never a bad time to visit the United Kingdom, but the most reliable weather come during the summer months (June-August) when the days are long and warm. Temperatures can be 30°C (86°F), sometimes higher, but the threat of rain is ever present. The southeast of is generally sunnier and warmer than the rest of the United Kingdom, but resorts along the coast get crowded during the summer.

  2. The United Kingdom is arguably at its most beautiful during the autumn months (September-November), when rural landscapes take on brown, red and pink hues as the leaves lose their pigment. and the north of England bear the brunt of winter (November-March), but snow occasionally blankets much of the United Kingdom bringing with it travel chaos. The mercury has been known to dip to -10°C (14°F), but those kind of temperatures are rare.

  3. The British landscape can be divided roughly into two kinds of terrain- highland and lowland. The highland area comprises the mountainous regions of , , northern and North Wales.

The English Lake District in the northwest contains lakes and falls. The lowland area is broken up by sandstone and limestone hills, long valleys and basins such as the Wash on the east coast. In the southeast, the North and South Downs culminate in the White Cliffs of Dover.

  1. The coastline includes fjord-like inlets in the northwest of Scotland, spectacular cliffs and wild sandy beaches on the east coast and, further south, beaches of rock, shale and sand sometimes backed by dunes, and large areas of fenland in East England.

The United Kingdom section consists of a general introduction (covering the aspects that the four countries have in common) and sections devoted to the four constituent countries. The (, , , Sark and Herm) and the are dependencies of the British Crown. These are included here for convenience of reference.

More detailed geographical descriptions of the various countries may be found under the respective travel guides.

Answers:

1

2

3

4

extra

b

d

a

c

e



Vocabulary:

rural (сельский, деревенский)

hues {hju:} (цвет; оттенок; тон; колорит)

brunt (сила удара, главный удар)

chaos {ʹkeıɒs}

mercury {ʹmɜ:kjʋrı} (ртутный столб)

dip (опускаться)

terrain {təʹreın} (территория, район; местность; поле действий)

comprises (включать, заключать в себе, составлять; охватывать; состоять из)

sandstone (песчаник)

limestone {ʹlaımstəʋn} (известняк)

culminate {ʹkʌlmıneıt} (завершаться)

inlets{ʹınlet,ʹınlıt} (узкий морской залив, фиорд, небольшая бухта; узкий пролив)

cliffs (утёс, отвесная скала, крутой обрыв)

shale {ʃeıl} (глинистый сланец, сланцеватая глина)

fenland {ʹfenlænd} (болотистая местность)



  1. Complete the sentences. Use the derivatives of the words on the right.







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