Презентация к уроку английского языка в 10 классе "What does the future hold" New Millennium English.

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New Millennium English 10 Lessons 1-2 Unit 8 What the future hold? COMPUTERS
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Read the words and definitions. Three of them are mixed. Find and match them properly •access (something) have the ability or right to enter or use •doubt a feeling of being unsure •current take the place of something or somebody •on-line belonging to the present time •predict (something) see or describe the future •provide (somebody with something to supply •remain continue to be unchanged •replace (something) connected with the computer network
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Fill in the gaps with the words to make the  lines rhyme. access doubt doubt There isn't any .......... current That the book will soon die out on-line Some of them will still remain ………. predict That's the reason for my pain complete remain replace New computers will ………. replace Those working "at a snail's pace" provide access Everybody will ………. All the info we possess I predict ………. that news on-line ………. Will be current ………. all the time Please complete ……….. this silly rhyme With the words you've learnt this time!
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Printed books or computers? Michael Dana   Tick the arguments each speaker used. Computers allow us to access the  latest information really quickly. It’s much easier to edit and print documents using a PC.  Interaction with the world is a great advantage of a computer.  Books are enjoyable things. One of the good things about a book is that you can take it to bed.
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Fiona Andrew Emma A printed page is better for human eyes than a computer screen.  Printed books are cheaper and easier to use. Printed books don’t need electricity. Books have always been a part of human  culture, so they will be used as well as computers. Large amount of information become available  through computers. Computers are better at strong information.
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Compare the sentences below.  Which verb form expresses the strongest degree of certainty ? 1.Computers are going to replace books in the future. (There is much evidence of that). 2. Computers will replace books in the future. (I’m quite sure) 3. Computers may replace books in the future. (It is quite possible) 4. Computers might replace books in the future. (It is possible) 5. Computers could replace books in the future. (It is possible)   are going to not will certainly could may might On the scale try to place the verbs according to the degree of certainty they express.  certainly yes
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There are some grammar errors. Suggest a correction if it’s necessary. A. I'm sure the paper book might will be around for a long time. They look and feel great and they could will always remain the same. Paperback books are lightweight (lighter than most laptop computers) and relatively low-cost. Computers mightbecome may be more expensive than cheaper, too, but they definitely will books, books are easy to use and it's clear that people will always prefer paperback books. The book was Invented 500 years ago by Aldo Manuzio in Venice, Italy. So much time has passed that there is no doubt that books could will change a lot. Cheap, handy, pocket-size electronic books will soon appear and replace all paperback books. Though people keep may willsome books they be found only in museums. will And one more thing. People won't waste a lot of timber to B. produce e-books and this will save the forests.
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Read the text (SB p.23) again. Read the summary . It contains four factual mistakes. Find and correct them. The author raises the problem of the future of books. She agrees with Marshall McLuhan's opinion that computers will conquer the world. She says that printed books have no future . Irma has some sentimental memories about how she read "Don Quixote de la Mancha". But the electronic era has changed her relationship with books and now she thinks that books on-line are entirely replacing printed books. 1- The author doesn’t agree, that people in future will prefer computers to books. 2 – Irma’s view is that printed books will not disappear. 3 - Irma didn’t read “Don Quixote de la Mancha”, her grandfather read it to her. 4 – Irma doesn’t think that books on-line are replacing printed books.
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 What will happen to books and computers in 10 years’ time?

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Автор: Иванкина Елена  Elenkina
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2 buvaeva • 23:56, 17.11.2010
интересная презентация! Возьму на вооружение:))!
1 Yulya • 23:24, 24.10.2009