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Областное государственное бюджетное образовательное учреждение

Среднего профессионального образования

Томский индустриальный техникум

Согласованно: Утверждаю:

Председатель ЦК Зам. директора по УМР

____________________ __________________

«_____» ________2014г. «____» ________ 2014г.

Методические указания и контрольные задания

для студентов-заочников

(специальность - коммерция, II курс)


по дисциплине: Иностранный язык

Составила:

Илюшникова Е.А.

Томск, 2014

Пояснительная записка

Основной целью изучения иностранного языка является практическое владение этого языка, что предполагает при заочном обучении формирования умения самостоятельно изучать литературу по специальности с целью извлечения информации из иноязычных источников, развитие навыков устной речи (говорение и аудирование) в рамках определенной тематики. Для контроля понимания прочитанного, в качестве способа передачи полученной при чтении информации, а также как средство обучения используется перевод.

Особенностью заочного обучения состоит в том, что объем самостоятельной работы студента по выработке речевых навыков и умений значительно превышает объем практических аудиторных занятий с преподавателем, поэтому для того, чтобы добиться успеха, необходимы систематические самостоятельные занятия.

Самостоятельная работа студентов включает в себя заучивание лексических единиц, овладение правилами словообразования и грамматики, чтение текстов вслух в соответствии с правилами произношения, построение вопросов и ответов к текстам, аудирование, перевод на русский язык (устный и письменный).

Прежде чем приступить к выполнению предложенных заданий, необходимо освоить грамматический материал семестра, о котором сказано ниже. Контрольная работа состоит из 2х частей – лексико-грамматический тест и перевод текста. Контрольная работа должна выполняться четким, аккуратным почерком или в печатном варианте. Задания должны быть выполнены полностью и в той же последовательности, в которой они представлены, условия их должны быть переписаны.

Вторая часть контрольной работы - письменный перевод текстов, которые расположены в Приложении 1.

Контрольная работа должна быть выполнена в отдельной тетради, на титульном листе студент должен написать номер варианта, номер группы, ФИО студента, ФИО преподавателя.

Варианты контрольных работ приведены в таблице 1 и выбираются по начальной букве фамилии студента.


Таблица 1 – Содержание контрольной работы

Первая буква

фамилии студента



Номера вариантов контрольных работ

Первая буква

фамилии студента



Номера вариантов контрольных работ

А

1

Н

3

Б

2

О

4

В

3

П

1

Г

4

Р

2

Д

1

С

3

Е, Ж

2

Т

4

З, И

3

У, Ф, Х

1

К

4

Ц, Ч

2

Л

1

Ш, Щ

3

М

2

Э, Ю, Я

4

Если контрольная работа выполнена без соблюдения всех указанных требований, то она возвращается без проверки.




Рекомендации к выполнению контрольного задания

Для того чтобы выполнить задание, необходимо усвоить следующий грамматический материал:



























































Приложение 1

Тексты для дополнительного чтения

Задание: Переведите текст об известном предпринимателе



1 вариант

  1. Donald Trump made his wealth in real estate. He owns over 18 million square feet of prime Manhattan real estate and is co-founder of Trump entertainment and CEO of the Trump Organization. He is one of the few Americans who has earned a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

    Trump was born on June 14, 1946 in New York City. He was a troubled scholar and at the age of 13 was sent to military school. There he earned academic honors and was made baseball captain. He graduated from Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania in 1968 with a Bachelor of Science in economics and concentration in finance. 

    Shortly after his studies he joined his father's company, The Trump Organization. His father, who was a wealthy real estate developer, was his mentor.


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He started off following in his father's footsteps by building middle-class rental housing. This however did not satisfy his entrepreneurial hunger and he moved on to bigger projects in Manhattan. Trump contracted his first big project in 1971 by landing the rights to develop the old Penn Central yards which he used to turn the Commodore Hotel into a new Grand Hyatt. Over the next couple of years he's luck ran out when he underestimated the cost of 2 big projects, one of which included the Wollman Rink in Central Park. By 1991 the effects of recession and junk bonds caused Trump to go bankrupt. After selling off a large amount of his shares, he finally managed to pay off most of his debt and continued to work on successful projects.

By now, Trump had gained great publicity for his growing debt mainly caused by his expansion into the casino industries, including the bankruptcy of the Taj Mahal Casino. His extramarital affair with Marla Maples and his divorce to Ivana Trump, in the mid 1990's, contributed greatly to his public persona.

In 2001, his life took a positive turn when he successfully completed the 72 story Trump Tower and began building the Trump Place, a multi-building development along the Hudson River.
He now owns hundreds of famous and high-end properties around the world including the regions of Dubai, Panama City, Toronto and Korea and especially the US. Other ventures include his Miss Universe Organization, Trump University as well as hosting the World Wrestling Entertainment. He even wrote a book called Trump, The Art of the Deal, in which he discusses his undergraduate career.

Trump became more famous during his TV show The Apprentice of which he is both executive producer and host. The show made him one of the highest paid TV personalities making $3 million per episode. People adore him for his brutal honesty and great business sense. He made a salary of $32 million in 2007 and his net worth stands at $3 billion. He has since starred on many TV shows and movies including Larry King, Days of Our Lives and The Nanny and has been nominated twice for the Emmy Awards.



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2.Hugh Hefner- Биография предпринимателя на английском.

Hugh Marston Hefner was born April 9, 1926 in Chiago Illinios and is the Founder of media group Playboy. Research suggests Hugh grew up in a very typical Methodist home with little affection of any kind. He attend Sayre Elementary and Steinmetz High before serving in the US Army during the closing months of WWII.

Hefner has stated that he entered the army a virgin and left the army a virgin. He eventually lost his virginity aged 22. Upon his release, he achieved a major in psycology at the University of Illinois and began a relationship with Mildred Williams. On June 25th 1949 they married, and Mildred gave birth to two children; Christie and David Paul. In 1959 they divorced.



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Despite spending less than three years in college before graduating, Hefner found time to edit Shaft, and sold cartoons to magazines. His first salaried job was with a firm that produced and printed cardboard cartons. After later serving in both the subscription department and as a copywriter for Esquire, he left in January 1952 after being denied a $5 raise.
He moved on to Children's Activities, then took his biggest gamble in 1953 by loaning his furniture for $400 and raising $10,000 from 45 investors - including $1,000 from his mother ("Not because she believed in the venture, but because she believed in her son."). Playboy was born.
Hefner claims he hatched the idea for Playboy while in college, and that the name for the magazine came from his decision that his "baby" should have the name he "knew he was himself". In truth, the original working title of his magazine was Stag Party but Hefner was forced to change it to avoid a trademark conflict with the existing Stag Magazine.
The name "Playboy" was suggested by a friend, Eldon Sellers, with Hefner noting that rabbits were the "playboys" of the animal world. Cartoonist Arv Miller remodeled the stag in a smoking jacket to a rabbit in a smoking jacket and the transformation was complete.
From his experience in advertising, Hefner saw the need to package sexuality into aspirational categories, to tell a story about it that placed men in the narrative itself in a way that was not just acceptable but desirable. In launching Playboy, perhaps the smartest thing Hefner did was to reinvent himself as an urbane sophisticate who enjoyed the company of young women.
The first issue of the magazine arrived in December 1953 (with no date on the cover), and had a nude photo of Marilyn Monroe inside. Hefner had purchased the rights to the photos for a mere $200, then watched his investment sell nearly 54,000 copies. During its first three years, other material in the magazine consisted of reprints from other magazines, but then became strictly original.
Hefner saw his first brush with the law come in 1958 when he, a teenager named Elizabeth Ann Roberts, and her mother were arrested in Chicago after photos of Roberts appeared in Playboy. After authorities realized that Hefner had been told she was 18 years old, charges of contributing to the delinquency of a child were dropped.
At its peak, Playboy sold more than 1,200,000 issues each month. Hefner's concept exploded as a variety of different avenues opened up, such as a late night television program, a club and a casino.
From his experience in advertising, Hefner saw the need to package sexuality into aspirational categories, to tell a story about it that placed men in the narrative itself in a way that was not just acceptable but desirable. In launching Playboy, perhaps the smartest thing Hefner did was to reinvent himself as an urbane sophisticate who enjoyed the company of young women.
Hugh Hefner resides in the Playboy Mansion with his 5 girlfriends. The 22,000 square foot (1,951 square meter) house is described as being in the "Gothic-Tudor" style by Forbes magazine, and sits on 5.3 acres. It was \ acquired by Playboy in 1971 for about $1.2 million. The mansion has 22 rooms and some of its include a wine cellar, a game room, a private zoo and aviary (and related pet cemetery), tennis courts, a waterfall and a large area (including a patio and barbecue area, the famous grotto, a sauna and a bathhouse). It became famous during the 1970s because of Hefner's lavish parties.

  1. вариант



3. Sir Richard Branson (born July 18, 1950) a famed British entrepreneur, is best known for his widely successful Virgin brand, a banner that encompasses a variety of business organizations.

Branson first achieved notoriety with Virgin Records, a record label that started out with multi-instrumentalist Mike Oldfield and introduced bands like the Sex Pistols and Culture Club to the world music scene. Known for his wacky exploits used to promote his businesses, Branson is keen on playful antagonisms, exemplified by his "Mine is bigger than yours" decals on the new Airbus A340-600 jets used by his airline. He has also made several unsuccessful attempts to fly in a hot air balloon around the world.

The hot air balloon, called the "Virgin Atlantic Flyer," was the first hot air balloon ever to cross the Atlantic Ocean, and was the largest ever flown at 60.513 m? (2,137,000 ft?) volume, reaching speeds in excess of 130 mph (209 km/h).


sir richard branson




In 1991, Branson crossed the Pacific Ocean from Japan to Arctic Canada, a distance of 7,672 km (4,767 miles), but their track took them a claimed 10,885 km. This again broke all existing records with speeds of up to 245 mph in a balloon measuring 60.513 m?.

He formed Virgin Atlantic Airways in 1984, launched Virgin Mobile in 1999, and later failed in a 2000 bid to handle the National Lottery. He has also started a European short-haul airline, Virgin Express.

In October 2003, he announced he would be teaming up with balloonist Steve Fossett to attempt to break the record for a non-stop flight around the world. A new aircraft, the GlobalFlyer, will be built specially for the attempt by Scaled Composites.

In 1993 he received the honorary degree of Doctor of Technology from Loughborough University.

He became Sir Richard Branson when he was knighted by the Queen in 1999 for his business prowess and exuberance for the spirit of the United Kingdom.

On September 25, 2004 he announced the signing of a deal under which a new space tourism company, Virgin Galactic, will license the technology behind SpaceShipOne to take paying passengers into suborbital space.

He has guest starred, playing himself, on several television shows, including Friends, Baywatch and Only Fools and Horses. He also is the star of a new reality television show on Fox called The Rebel Billionaire where sixteen contestants will be tested for their entrepreneurship and their sense of adventure.

Sir Richard appears at No. 85 on the 2002 List of "100 Greatest Britons" (sponsored by the BBC and voted for by the public). Branson's high public profile often leaves him open as a figure of satire - the 2000AD series Zenith featured a parody of Branson as a supervillian as at the time the comic's publisher and favoured distributor and the Virgin group were in competition.



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4.Oprah Winfrey is known to be one of the most influential women in the world. Her talk show, The Oprah Winfrey Show is the highest-rated talk show in the history of television. She is ranked the richest African American of the 20th century.
Oprah was born to a poor teenage mother in rural Mississippi. She had a rough childhood and was raped since the age of 9 by her uncle, cousin and a family friend. She skipped 2 of her earliest grades but at 13 received a scholarship at the Nicolet High School. As a result of her molestation, Oprah fell pregnant at 14 and gave birth to a boy who died shortly after birth. Around this time she ran away from home and consequently had to go and live with her father. According to her he was a strict man and forced her to peruse her studies.

oprah winfrey




Oprah's life took a turn for the best after moving in with her father and she excelled greatly at school. During her final years of high school, Oprah managed to get a scholarship to Tennessee State University where she studied communication. In this time she landed a job in radio and at the age of 19, co-anchored the local evening news.

In 1983, Oprah got a job as a host on a low-rated half-hour Chicago talk show. Within months, the show became the highest rated talk show in Chicago. 2 years later, it was renamed The Oprah Winfrey Show and broadcast nationally. Her talk show was credited for its confessional nature which allowed people of all sorts, including gays to enter the mainstream. She soon moved her focus to literature and self-improvement. In 1993, her show captured one hundred million viewers during an interview with the famous Michael Jackson. This episode became the most watched event in television history as well as the most watched interview ever.

Adding to Oprah's fame was her role in the movie The Color Purple, directed by Steven Spielberg. The film got her nominated for best supporting actress in 1986. She has also co-authored 5 books and her magazine, the Oprah Magazine has been named the most successful start-up ever in the industry by Fortune. She now has plans to take over the Discovery Health Channel in 2009 and turn it into OWN, The Oprah Winfrey Network. Oprah is considered a historical figure. Professor Juliet E.K. Walker of the University of Illinois has created a course in her name, "History 298: Oprah Winfrey, the Tycoon."

Oprah currently owns 7 high-end mansions in California, New Jersey, Chicago, Miami, Colorado, Hawaii and Antigua. She lives in her 42 acre California estate, outside of Santa Barbra. She was listed the only black billionaire in 2004, 2005 and 2006. Her net profit is estimated at over US$2.7 billion.