четверг, 28 мая 2020 г.

6 pace work 29/05/20

6 pace work 29/05/20

Congratulations! It's the end of the school year!
But we meet at summer language camp!
You have worked very hard! Enjoy the video!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HQx5Be9g16U

2 Form PACE WORK 28/05/20


2 Form PACE WORK 28/05/20
Тема: Мій день.
Фонетична зарядка:
Згадаємо, що буквосполучення    ng   ми промовляємо в ніс!!!
Read: Прочитай:
Ring   sing   song   morning   evening
Повторимо слова:
Breakfast -сніданок
Dinner-обід
Вивчи вирази:
in the morning-вранці
in the afternoon-післяобід
in the evening-ввечері

Read, translate: Прочитай,переклади.

My Day
I get up at 9 o’clock in the morning. I wash my face, brush my teeth, have breakfast. After breakfast I have  on-line lessons. At 2 o’clock in the afternoon I have lunch. After lunch I play computer games or go for a walk. In the evening I have dinner. I go to bed at 11 o’clock.


Прочитай та вибери малюнок


2 Form 29/05/20


2 Form 29/05/20
Thank you for your work! You are great!!!  Дякую вам за ваше навчання. Ви-молодці!!
It’s time to have fun! Веселись!
Follow the link, sing and dance Переходь за посиланням, співай та танцюй

Follow the link and play the games!
Have a nice day!


6 Form 29/05/20


6 Form 29/05/20
Theme: Famous Authurs

Cultural Crossroads p. 12-13
1.     Watch the video about Agatha Christie and J.R.R Tolkien
2.      



3.     Write down new words into your vocabularies and learn them(Check these words, p 13)
Fictional character-вигаданий персонаж
Make up-вигадувати
introduce- представляти
bolding- лисуватий
chubby- кругловидий
upturned-загорнуті догори
poison - отрута
dispensary- диспансер
pointed -загострені
trilogy- трилогія(сукупність трьох творів об’єднаних сюжетом,ідеєю)
shoot знімати(фільм)

4.     Ex 2 a)b), p 12-13 –Read the texts and do the task

Home task:     Do ex 3p.13 in your exercise-books

среда, 27 мая 2020 г.

6 Form PACE WORK 28.05.20


6 Form PACE WORK 28.05.20

Тема: Церква та уряд
In this lesson, we will speak about government and about church.
What is Government?
What is the role of government?
Do you visit church?

 Make up sentences using any two of the words written on the board in each. Remember there should be at least 12 words in each sentence.
 Government                                church                                  pray                                     law          rule                                               priest                                   state                                 relations
Concept                                      separation                            country                             policy


The separation of church and state
The separation of church and state is a description for the distance in the relationship between organized religion and the nation state. It may refer to creating a secular state, with or without explicit reference to such separation, or to changing an existing relationship of church involvement in a state (disestablishment). Some sources use the phrase "separation of mosque and state" to refer to separation between Islam and politics.

Although the concept of separation has been adopted in a number of countries, there are varying degrees of separation depending on the applicable legal structures and prevalent views toward the proper relationship between religion and politics. While a country's policy may be to have a definite distinction in church and state, there may be an "arm's length distance" relationship in which the two entities interact as independent organizations. A similar but typically stricter principle of laïcité has been applied in France and Turkey, while some socially secularized countries such as Denmark and the United Kingdom have maintained constitutional recognition of an official state religion. The concept parallels various other international social and political ideas, including secularism, disestablishmentarianism, religious liberty, and religious pluralism. Whitman (2009) observes that in many European countries, the state has, over the centuries, taken over the social roles of the church, leading to a generally secularized public sphere.

The degree of separation varies from total separation mandated by a constitution, as in India and Singapore; to an official religion with total prohibition of the practice of any other religion, as in the Maldives.

Most Christians agree that their faith affects how they approach politics, but disagreements arise over the political role of the church. A common source of confusion is the phrase "separation of church and state." Although the U.S. Constitution does not include these specific words, the phrase is part of the American lexicon and one that evokes strong reactions. Some associate the phrase with strident secularists who want to remove all vestiges of religion from the public square, forgetting entire traditions of Christian belief, such as Anabaptists, that uphold separation out of their religious convictions. Others assume that theological traditions affirming the integration of faith into all realms of life, including government, aim for nothing less than creating a theocracy.

Answer the questions.
1. What does separation of church and state mean?            
- Religious activities and government activities must be kept strictly separate.
-  Religion and government activities can overlap, but that overlap must be carefully choreographed.
2. Who decides whether a law violates separation of church and state principles?           
-  The United States Supreme Court.
 - The state legislatures.
-  Congress.
-  All of the above.    
3. My local government can not display Santa Claus and a menorah in city hall, since that would violate the separation of church and state.                     
- True
-  False
4. Public schools can't mandate prayer or bible reading in school.  
-  True
-  False
5. High school students can lead prayers before their football game.         
-  True
-  False           
6. Public schools can require a minute of silence to pray or meditate.                    
- True
 False
7. According to a 2002 Supreme Court ruling, students will be able to use their federal vouchers to pay for religious schools.                                 
-  Absolutely
-  No Way
-  Who Knows?
Answer True or False
1. When the Founders drafted the Pledge of Allegiance, they included the words "one nation under God" because they believed that Americans' shared commitment to democracy could transcend religious differences. *
 True
 False
2. Anne Hutchison, an early Puritan settler of the Massachusetts Bay Colony, was celebrated by Puritan officials for her strong religious convictions and her leadership on religious liberty. *
 True
 False
3. James Madison believed that government was better without kings, but that religion should be backed by government to ensure that citizens lived moral lives. *
 True
 False
4. Although the Founders believed in religious liberty, they justified excluding atheists from the protections guaranteed Christians on the grounds that atheism is not a religion. *
 True
 False
5. After the Constitutional Convention in 1787, when Alexander Hamilton was asked why God had not been mentioned in the Constitution, he reportedly quipped, "We forgot." *
 True
 False
6. Rhode Island was founded by Roger Williams, who had been expelled from the Massachusetts Bay Colony for advocating church-state separation and religious tolerance. *
 True
 False
7. The Commonwealth of Virginia, home to eight U.S. presidents, was officially an Anglican state, where a Baptist preacher could be whipped and jailed for preaching without a state-issued license. *
 True
 False
8. The First Amendment of United States Constitution guarantees five liberties. *
 True
 False
9. The concept of "separation of church and state" was alien to the Founders and was first introduced into American law by a U.S. Supreme Court case decided in the 1970s. *
 True
 False
10. The first law enacted to protect freedom of religion in America was drafted by a Pilgrim living in Plymouth. *
 True
 False
V. Заключна частина уроку
1. Підведення  підсумків уроку.
Today we learn a lot of interesting facts about relations between church and State.
2.Домашнє завдання
Опрацювати лексику.
3. Оцінка діяльності учнів

2 Form PACE WORK 28/05/20


2 Form PACE WORK 28/05/20
Тема: Час.

Фонетична зарядка:

Read: Прочитай:
Time     lime   chime   mime  bike   spike   like
Повторимо слова:
Watch-наручний годинник
Hands-стрілки(годинника)
Points-показує
Read, translate: Прочитай,переклади.
Time
Clocks and watches tell time. We say the clock has hands. It has a big hand and a little hand. The little hand points to 12 we say o’clock. The short hand points to 3 we say 3 o’clock.
Tell the time: Скажи час:





Form 6 28/05/20


Form 6 28/05/20
Theme: Schools in the UK
Cultural Crossroads p. 10-11

Watch the video and learn some facts about schools in UK.

1.     Ex 2 b), p 10-11 – read the text and complete the sentences
Learn the words
https://quizlet.com/_8ev7sp?x=1qqt&i=1ux1pm

Home task: Do ex 3p.11 in your exercise-books, send the photo 

6 pace work 29/05/20

6 pace work 29/05/20 Congratulations! It's the end of the school year! But we meet at summer language camp! You have worked very ha...