Read the beginning (a) and ending (c) of a story. Put the verbs into Past Simple or Past Continuous. Answer the questions, and make up the middle part of the story.

a) It (be) a dull Sunday morning and a cold wind (blow) down the empty High Street. Tom Ridley (walk) to the newsagent’s to buy his Sunday paper when he (hear) a strange noise. Tom (stop) and (look) up and down the street, then he (realize) that the noise (come) from behind the heavy iron door of the museum.

b) …

c) After the police (arrest) the robbers, the owner of the museum (turn) towards Tom.

“Please accept this with my thanks”, she (say) and (hand) Tom a cheque for $ 500. Tom (look) at the cheque and (smile) happily. “You’re very Read the beginning (a) and ending (c) of a story. Put the verbs into Past Simple or Past Continuous. Answer the questions, and make up the middle part of the story., very welcome,” he (reply).

Answer the questions:

1. Where and when did the story take place? 2. Who was the main character in the story? 3. What was Tom doing? 4. What happened? 5. What did Tom realize? 6. What happened in the end? 7. How did Tom feel in the end? 8. Can you think of a title for this story?

Listening (2)

1. Pre-listening: What do you know about Lev Landau?

2. You will hear part of a talk about a famous Russian physicist. Listen and complete the sentences.1. As a child, Dr Landau was a mathematical ……………………………………..2. He received his ………………………..at the age of nineteen.3. Dr. Landau Read the beginning (a) and ending (c) of a story. Put the verbs into Past Simple or Past Continuous. Answer the questions, and make up the middle part of the story. worked both in Russia and ………………………………………….4. He taught and influenced many outstanding……………………………………..5. He received many prestigious ………………, including the 1962 Nobel Prize in Physics.6. One of the Moon’s ………………. was named after him.

Speaking (2)

Work in pairs. The teacher will give you handouts. Look through the information about a famous Russian physicist. What is the name of the scientist?

Students A and B will have different information gaps. Ask and answer questions to complete the gaps.

example: student A: How old was he when he entered Baku University?

student B: He was fourteen years old.

Discussion (3)

What facts about Lev Read the beginning (a) and ending (c) of a story. Put the verbs into Past Simple or Past Continuous. Answer the questions, and make up the middle part of the story. Landau impressed you most of all? Discuss in groups.- I didn’t know that… / I was impressed that… / I was surprised to know that… / It is absolutely amazing that… PART III A Story of One Discovery

Warm up (3)

Discuss with your partner:

What elements are capable of radiation? Where is radioactivity used at present?

Vocabulary (3)

Match these words from the text with their definitions. You can find them in the text and check.

(1) rod (2) output (3) to adjust (4) to expand (5) fission (6) to split (7) waste product (8) to insert to become greater in size, number or importance useless substance that is produced during Read the beginning (a) and ending (c) of a story. Put the verbs into Past Simple or Past Continuous. Answer the questions, and make up the middle part of the story. the process of making smth long, straight piece of wood, metal or glass; to divide smth into two or more parts; the power, energy, etc. produced by a piece of equipment to change smth slightly to make it work better; to put smth into smth; a process of splitting an atom to produce large amounts of energy

2. Fill in the gaps with the suitable words from ex. 1:


1) You should use this button if you want to… the volume.

2) They … the tube into his mouth to help him to breathe.

3) When burnt, plastic produces dangerous … .

4) Manufacturing … has increased by 8%.

5) When the researchers Read the beginning (a) and ending (c) of a story. Put the verbs into Past Simple or Past Continuous. Answer the questions, and make up the middle part of the story. … the device they received better results.

6) The lightning… the old oak near the lake.

3. Word building: complete the table

VERB NOUN ADJECTIVE
expand - divide absorb - appoint adjust eject split - contraction - - converse - - - - - - - - - - - ejectable -

Reading (3)

Read the text and answer the following questions:

1) What project did Fermi work on?

2) How does the process of fission work?

3) How was he able to achieve the control over the chain reaction?

4) What event proved Fermi’s idea?

5) Can you give examples of the applications of his discovery?


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