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Русский язык

Упражнение 361,362, 374, правила стр.210-216

Литература

«Тихий Дон» ч.6 дочитать, часть 7.

Алгебра

Электив.Банк открытых данных. Решение демоверсий 2011, 2012, 2013 год

Геометрия

Конспект. Объем шара и площадь поверхности сферы

Обществознание

Параграф 11 (1,3); Культура: понятие, виды, функции

История

Стр.155-162 (вопр.4,3); стр162-165 (3,4,7 вопросы)

История Карелии

Рыночные отношения в Карелии

Биология

5.7; 5.8 ответить на вопросы в конце параграфов письменно

География

Общая характеристика стран Латинской Америки

Химия

Кислоты. Основания (параграф 21, № 3,4,7) и амфотерные соединения (параграф 25, № 3,5).

ООП

Индивидуальные задания к проекту

ОБЖ

Параграф 5.2 стр.196-209 конспект. Вопросы устно.

МХК

Живописцы счастья (художники-импрессионисты)

Технология

Понятие профессионального самоопределения. (Реферат, презентация по выбору)

Психология

Написать объявление.

Физика




Информатика




Английский язык

Стр. 248 упр 2 (на формате А4); тест; сообщение об изобретении

Физкультура

Техника конькового хода; техника перехода с хода на ход; лыжный старт и финиширование


Темы самостоятельных работ по физической культуре для

11 класса (1гр).

Баскетбол.

Тактика игры в нападении.

Зонная и персональная защита.


Волейбол.

Нападающий удар из 2, 3, 4 зон.

Верхняя и нижняя прямая подачи.
Необходимо написать 1 реферат на любую из предложенных тем.
Темы рефератов.
Волейбол


  1. История волейбола.

  2. Площадка. Зоны.

  3. Высота сетки. Расстановка. Таймаут. Замены.

  4. Судейство.

  5. Верхняя прямая подача.

  6. Нижняя прямая подача.

  7. Верхняя передача.

  8. Нижняя передача.

Баскетбол



  1. История баскетбола.

  2. Площадка.

  3. Судейский корпус.

  4. Штрафной бросок.

  5. Бросок в движении.

  6. Бросок с места.

  7. Бросок в прыжке.

Английский язык: (5.03)


UNIT VII


“INVENTIONS THAT SHOOK THE WORLD”

TEST
II. READING COMPREHENSION

1. One of the most important inventions was the thermometer.

Read the text and mark the statements 1-5 with T if the information is TRUE and with F if the information is FALSE






  1. The first thermometer was invented by Daniel Gabriel Fahrenheit. ____

  2. Only alcohol and later mercury were used in thermometers. ____

  3. There are three types of thermometer’s scales. ____

  4. In Russia, we use the Centigrade scale. ____

  5. Kelvin and Celsius scales are similar, as the size of one degree Kelvin is the same as the size of one degree Celsius. ____

2. Read the text about SARS (птичий грипп) and do the task below



III. USE OF ENGLISH (GRAMMAR/VOCABULARY)

1. For questions 1-12, read the text below and decide which answer A,B or C fits best each space.
WHAT IS WONDERFUL ABOUT THE BRAIN?

Inside tour head there is a remarkable organ, the brain. You use it to understand and remember things that (1) _____ around you.

The brain is soft and spongy. It (2) _____ of billions of tiny parts called cells. Three coats of membranes (3) _____ the brain.

The brain sometimes (4) _____ the busiest communication center in the world. The brain (5) _____ your body functions and keeps all parts of your body working together. Thousands of messages from all parts of the body (6) _____ to and from the brain. Messages (7) _____ to the brain by sensory nerves. Special places, or centers, on the brain receive sensory messages from all parts of the body. When messages (8) _____ by centers, the brain (9) _____ them.

All day long your muscles and your brain (10) _____. By the end of the day they (11) _____. Then your brain and your muscles (12) _____ to relax. As you sleep, the big muscles in your body relax.


1. A. are happened

B. are happening

C. happens

2. A. is made up

B. makes up

C. made up

3. A. is covered

B. covered

C. cover

4. A. is called

B. has called

C. calls

5. A. is controlled

B. controlled

C. controls

6. A. send

B. are being sent

C. has sent

7. A. are carried

B. was carried

C. carried

8. A. are received

B. will be received

C. will receive

9. A. is interpreted

B. interpreted

C. interprets

10. A. are worked

B. is worked

C. are working

11. A. have been tired

B. are tired

C. are being tired

12. A. are started

B. started

C. start

2. For questions 1-6, read the text below.

Use the words in the capitals to form new words that fit the same numbered space in the text
Tomas Edison’s most famous (1) _____ (INVENT) is probably the light-bulb; his favourite though was the phonograph. The phonograph, he said, would (2) _____ (PLACE) shorthand typists and it would be used to teach languages. He believed that a phonograph and a clock would (3) _____ (ACTUAL) say what the time was. He thought that people would send phonographic records instead of letters and that they would record the voices of their children and the last words of the dying. Edison also believed that people would listen to (4) _____ (WORLD, FAME) musicians on phonographs in their own homes.

People have (5) _____ (LARGE) forgotten Edison’s invention, but it was actually the (6) _____(EARLY) kind of record or cassette player.


IV. CULTURAL AWARENESS

There are inventions that influenced the life greatly.

Give as much information about the inventions as you can

N

INVENTION

INVENTOR

COUNTRY

YEAR


IDEAS THAT MADE THE INVENTION POSSIBLE

HOW IT IS USED NOW



1.

TELESCOPE
















2.

DYNAMITE
















3.

SATELLITE
















4.

MICROSOFT-DOS
















5.

X-RAYS
















6.

CINEMATOGRAPHY
















7.

TELEVISION
















8.

MOTOR CAR