4BT (Tech)Zdalne Lekcje

Język angielski -4BT.

22.04.2020.

Temat lekcji:
Rozwiązywanie zadań maturalnych. Powtórzenie materiału z rozdziału ” PODRÓŻOWANIE I TURYSTYKA”
Planowany przebieg lekcji:
*Przypomnij sobie słownictwo na temat ” PODRÓŻOWANIE I TURYSTYKA ”. Podręcznik str.1138-139. Bank słów. Link do podręcznika w formacie PDF:
https://zsckrjablon.pl/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/Repetytorium-Maturalne-Longman-2015.pdf
*Przypomnij sobie wzory form pisemnych obowiązujących na poziomie podstawowym oraz zwroty przydatne przy wypowiedzi pisemnej( str.20 -26. Link do podręcznika podany wyżej)
*Rozwiąż zadania . Odpowiedzi przyślij na Messenger lub elikor@onet.pl. Powodzenia.
Zadanie1.

 

Pytanie1/4

Wysłuchaj tekstu i odpowiedz na pytanie.
Which five of the smells below are not included in the Norse Power perfume?

A.fire smoke
B. alcohol
C. cigarettes
D. sea-water
E. clean clothes
F. foot

 

Pytanie 2/4
Przeczytaj tekst i do luk (2.1.–2.5.) dopasuj brakujące zdania (A–F).
Volunteering in Cambodia
I’ve volunteered all over the world. I was building homes in Papua New Guinea, doing post-tsunami work in Sri Lanka, and helping to paint a school in Thailand. I used to think it was the best way to travel. In 2005 I even organised my own volunteer bike ride across Cambodia with five friends. (2.1.) ………. There turned out to be more than one small problem. We didn’t really know very much about the environment or health – or Cambodia for that matter. Much of the money we had raised for other small projects had been wasted, or landed in corrupt hands. And that school we helped to build? Well, when I arrived to see it, I found a half-empty building.
Hundreds of thousands of young people are going abroad to volunteer each year. They don’t speak the language, don’t have the skills or experience to qualify for the jobs, or don’t know anything about what life is like “over there”. I’m not in any way trying to criticise the good intentions of these volunteer travellers. (2.2.) ………. But I now also know that good intentions are not enough. If we want to lead with empathy, rather than sympathy, we need to be able to put ourselves in someone else’s shoes. And in order to do that, we have to know them, their culture, their history, and have a view into the long-term impacts of our work. So we should travel to learn first.
Let us take an example. Orphanage volunteering is one of the most popular. Volunteering to take care of orphans must be good – at least I thought so on my first visits to the orphanage. (2.3.) ………. Imagine if an orphanage near your home had volunteers coming in and out. I’ve done this kind of volunteering myself, and I’ve learned from watching the negative impacts of this harmful practice grow: a volunteer visit to an orphanage might be a feel-good experience for a traveler, but it is an immensely damaging practice for the families of Cambodia. Don’t do it.
Many orphanages in Cambodia are businesses. They will ask you to take a ‘free visit to our orphanage’ and then tell you tales of poverty. These institutions are separating kids who have parents from their families and communities, often times for their own financial gain. The most corrupt orphanage managers even make an effort to keep the children looking poor, because tourists give their time and money to the poorest looking place. (2.4.) ……….
Travelers looking to ‘help’ in Cambodia, or anywhere they don’t know well, should remember the most important lessons I learned during six years in Cambodia: (2.5.) ………. If we skip over the learning part and are driven by our sympathy, we can often cause more harm than good: working for a corrupt organization, investing time and energy in efforts that perpetuate rather than counter poverty, etc.
adapted from: http://pepytours.com/volunteering-in-cambodia-interview-with-daniela-papi/

A. We have to learn before we can help.
B. But after some time I realized that my visits can become a problem.
C. I know from my own experience that our desire to help is true.
D. You do not jump into a volunteer trip to a poor orphanage.
E. We were going to raise funds to build a school, and teach people about environment and health.
F. They do so because they think that it is where it is needed most.

Pytania3/4

Wstaw słowa w odpowiednie luki (3.1.–3.5.).
Personalized Pricing in the Air? Careful!
Most air travelers know that the price that one passenger pays may be different from what another pays. In fact, the fare you paid may be vastly different from the one of the person sitting next to you. But we have assumed that the difference in fares, or the dynamic pricing, is based on external factors such as supply and demand of seats, peak travel seasons, and when tickets are purchased. However, next month airlines worldwide may start to adapt airfare prices to who is searching.
These personalized prices could depend on where you live, how often you (3.1.) …………………………… the kind of travel you do and other personal information. A few years ago the U.S. Department of Transportation agreed to allow airlines, travel (3.2.) …………………………… and booking sites to ask for personal information – such as your name, frequent (3.3.) …………………………… numbers and contact info – in order to offer personalized pricing.
The airlines say this would allow them to offer better (3.4.) ……………………………, such as discounts and seat upgrades. Critics worry, though, that it may result in privacy violations and discrimination, allowing airlines to (3.5.) ………………………… certain kinds of passengers, such as business travellers, more than other passengers. It seems that consumers should be concerned if the practices are legal at all.
adapted from: https://verdict.justia.com/2015/05/13/
personalized-pricing-in-the-air-why-consumers-should-be-wary-of-a-new-airline-pricing-proposal
A. charge
B. flyer
C. deals
D. fly
E. agents

Pytanie 4/4
Na forum kilkoro cudzoziemców rozmawia o podróżowaniu po twoim kraju. Zredaguj wpis, w którym:
– wskażesz miejsce, które warto odwiedzić, i podasz powód, dla którego warto to zrobić,
– opiszesz swoją ulubioną podróż po twoim kraju i zachęcisz do pokonania tej trasy,
– opowiesz o dwóch praktycznych aspektach podróżowania po twoim kraju,
– ostrzeżesz przed jakimś niebezpieczeństwem oraz zachęcisz do odwiedzania twojego kraju.
Długość wypowiedzi powinna wynosić od 80 do 130 słów.
Możesz użyć następujących zwrotów:
to visit a country, a perfect trip, someone’s favourite route, to warn of a danger

Wszelkie pytania proszę kierować na mailowy adres elikor@onet.pl lub przez dziennik elektroniczny . Jestem do dyspozycji na Messengerze w razie gdybyście potrzebowali doraźnej pomocy.

Pozdrawiam.
Galina Kuchta.