# Методические указания по английскому языку для студентов 5-го курса исторического факультета. Коныгина Г.И. - 6 стр.

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equipped with the necessary language related to their needs and problems as learners
which would allow them to take part in the lesson. By practising the phrases and then
insisting on their use, the teacher is increasing the pupils’ opportunities for using the
language communicatively. Even at an elementary level pupils can acquire classroom
phrases as self-contained unchanging unites, e.g
. I’m sorry I’m late; Could you repeat
that; What’s the answer to number 1?
The phrases used to talk about the language
itself and learning it
Can you say that? ; What’s the English for this word? Is there
; etc. , are particularly useful.
In addition, the work includes notes, giving information about certain features of
the British educational practice from a lexical point of view. Some notes contain
comments and remarks related to language use, grammar, vocabulary and
pronunciation. Certain common errors are also listed ( marked
) with their correct
form.
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equipped with the necessary language related to their needs and problems as learners
which would allow them to take part in the lesson. By practising the phrases and then
insisting on their use, the teacher is increasing the pupils’ opportunities for using the
language communicatively. Even at an elementary level pupils can acquire classroom
phrases as self-contained unchanging unites, e.g. I’m sorry I’m late; Could you repeat
that; What’s the answer to number 1? The phrases used to talk about the language
itself and learning it Can you say that? ; What’s the English for this word? Is there
a corresponding adjective? ; etc. , are particularly useful.
In addition, the work includes notes, giving information about certain features of
the British educational practice from a lexical point of view. Some notes contain
comments and remarks related to language use, grammar, vocabulary and
pronunciation. Certain common errors are also listed ( marked • ) with their correct
form.