WORKING ON THE TEXT
a.Read the headline and the first sentence of each paragraph of the text. Pair up to discuss the guessed-at topic of the article.
b. Read the first paragraph and the last paragraph of the text. Then work in pairs to discuss the guessed-at contents of the piece.
c. Read the text during two minutes. After two minutes, get into pairs to discuss the contents of the piece.
a. While scanning the text find the answers for content-specific questions given by the teacher.
b.While scanning the text read the sentences containing the key vocabulary words given by the teacher.
Ex.3. READING: Read and translate the text “International Customs Co-operation”.
Ex.4. GLOSSARY: Make a glossary of words and expressions used in the text.
Ex.5. VOCAB EXTENSION: Choose several of the words from the text. Use a dictionary or Google’s search field (or another search engine) to build up more associations / collocations of each word.
Ex.6. CHAT: Talk in pairs or groups about the “International Customs Co-operation”.
Ex.7. INTERNATIONAL CUSTOMS CO-OPERATION BRAINSTORM:
Spend one minute writing down all of the different words you associate with the words ‘International Customs Co-operation’. Share your words with your partner /
group and talk about them.
Ex.8. 2-MINUTE DEBATES:Students face each other in pairs and engage in the
following 2-minute debates. The subject is “International Customs Co-operation”.
Ex.9. WRITING:Write a letter to the FCS authority. Give your proposals on the International Customs Co-operation development.
Ex.10. SPEAKING: Make up a dialogue on the topic “International Customs Co-operation”.
Ex.1.Gap-fill: Fill in the blanks below with the correct form of the verb in parentheses. Negative, passive and continuous subjunctive forms are possible.
1. It's important that she (remember) _____to take her medicine twice a day.
2. I suggest that Frank (read) _____ the directions carefully before assembling the bicycle. He doesn't want the wheels to fall off while he is riding down a hill.
3. Mrs. Finkelstein demanded that the heater (repair) _____ immediately. Her apartment was freezing.
4. It's vital that the United States (focus) _____ on improving its public education
system. What we do now will affect our country for generations to come.
5. The monk insisted that the tourists (enter) _____ the temple until they had removed their shoes.
6. I am not going to sit here and let her insult me. I demand that she immediately
(apologize) _____ for what she just said.
7. Judy asked that we (attend) _____ her graduation ceremony next week.
8. Was it really necessary that (sit) I _____ there watching you the entire time you
were rehearsing for the play? It was really boring watching you repeat the scenes
over and over again.
9. It is important to remember that Janine (think) _____ very differently from you.
She may not agree to the changes you have made in the organization of the company.
10. It's a little difficult to find the restaurant. I propose that we all (drive) _____
together so that nobody gets lost along the way.
11. The woman insisted that the lost child (take) _____ to store's information desk
so his parents could be paged.
12. The nutritionist recommended that Sally (reduce) _____ her daily fat intake.
13. The environmental leader felt it was extremely important that the people of the
city (allow) _____ to voice their concerns over the new hotel being built on the bay.
14. She told me that the government (regulate) _____ the airline industry. I don't know if that is true.
15. The sign at the pool recommended that you (swim) ____ after eating a large meal.
16. It is necessary that a life guard (monitor) _____ the summing pool while the
children are taking their swimming lessons.
17. The sun is scorching today. I suggest you (put) _____ on sun block immediately before you get a sun burn.
18. John insists that Sarah (invite) _____ to the wedding; otherwise he will not attend.
19. I think it's an interesting fact that she (come) _____ from Estonia.
20. It is imperative that the world (work) _____ towards a solution to global warming before the weather patterns of the world are disrupted irreparably.
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