1.Terminological Dictation: Name the term in question:
1. The totality of human qualities acquired in the process of life in society.
2. The uniqueness of man.
3. The occupation of man, his labor, the creation of what does not exist in nature.
4. Man’s attitude to the world, understanding of what he does.
5. Basic activities.
6. Man’s perceived need for something.
7. A statement containing a common thought.
8. A person’s attitude toward something.
9. The process of reasoning, reflection, or its result.
10. The external manifestation of feelings.
2. Correlate the concepts and definitions:
|The concept of||Definition|
|A) individuality B) consciousness C) personality D) self-knowledge E) self-esteem E) need G) judgement H) inference||1) a person’s attitude to the world, understanding of what he does, how he lives, what he dreams of 2) a set of human qualities which are acquired in the process of living in society, in activity and in communication with other people 3) a set of characteristic features and properties which distinguish one individual from another 4) evaluation of oneself as a personality, an important regulator of behaviour 5) need of something necessary for the maintenance of the vital functions and development of the organism, the human personality, and society as a whole, an internal motive of activity 6) study of the personality of its own mental and physical peculiarities, comprehension of itself, it begins in infancy and lasts throughout life 7) new knowledge, resulted from several logically connected opinions 8) statement, containing a certain idea|
3. Are the following judgments true:
A) A person can determine what he or she is like by comparing himself or herself to other people.
B) Self-knowledge reveals the most important features of a person, the essence of his or her “I”.
1) only A is true 2) only B is true 3) both statements are true 4) both statements are false
4. Read the text and complete the task.
The worldview of an adult is characterized by the following formed position: I and all of us are a part of something bigger. A person feels that he/she belongs to the surrounding world and tries to give more to it.
The adult recognizes that each person has the right to be what he or she really is.
The aspirations of the adult person are aimed at the development of his or her own personality. He tries to contribute to the world around him. He tries to be an example to those around him.
Mature people can have different levels of income, can be famous or not, can have a high social status and may not have one. If a mature person owns something, he tries with great tact to use it for the benefit of those around him who are less well-off than he is. He also enjoys these things himself.
The inner motives of an adult are spiritual growth, understanding the world around him, improving the world through his own contributions and enjoying true joys: family, children, friends and work…
(According to the Internet Encyclopedia)
1. Make an outline of the text.
2. What position is characterized by an adult’s worldview? What contribution does the adult make to the world around him or her?
3. How do you understand the phrase “An adult’s intrinsic motivations are spiritual growth, understanding of the world around them…”?
4. Give examples of a) how an adult helps those around him or her who are less well-off than him or her; b) how an adult takes care of his or her family.
5. Write a mini essay on “I am a person” (5-8 sentences)
5-play, learning, work, communication
№2. A-2, B-1, C-3, D-6, E-4, F-5, G-7, H-8
1.Plan: (identify the main semantic fragments of the text and in each identify the main idea)
1. a person feels that he/she belongs to the surrounding world;
2. personal development is the goal of an adult;
3. an adult strives to help others;
4. internal motives of activity.
2. (Answers can also be given in the form of quotations or a concise reproduction of the main ideas of the corresponding text fragments)
1. The adult’s position: I and all of us are a part of something bigger.
2. A person tries to give more to the world around him, to contribute to its development.
3. An explanation must be given: the person is constantly engaged in self-education OR the person strives to act in a way that does no harm to anyone, analyzes his or her actions.
4.Examples: A) a big businessman can do charity work,
B) my parents make sure that I am well-dressed and weather-behaved and well-fed. №5. A mini essay on “I am a person” (5-8 sentences).