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  1. How many professional physicists were there in Russia at the turn of the XXth century?
  2. What was young Kapitsa interested in?
  3. Why didn’t he enter the University?
  4. How long did it take Kapitsa to complete his laboratory course at Cavendish Laboratory?
  5. Who took a personal interest in the young Russian student?
  6. How did the war influence Kapitsa’s work?
  7. What did he prove electrons capable of doing?
  8. Make a brief retelling about Pyotr Kapitsa, using active vocabulary.



The Institute of Physical Problems founded by P. Kapitsa in Moscow.

Online activity

Work in groups

Divide into two groups and do the following task:


a) Find the information from the Internet about Sergey Petrovich Kapitsa (about his life, family, his contribution into science, his activity on TV, etc)


/S.P. Kapitsa, the son./

b) Find additional information from the Internet about P.L. Kapitsa (when did he win the Nobel Prize and what for?).

Recommended resources:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pyotr_Leonidovich_Kapitsa http://www.thefutureofscience.org/veniceconference2005/speakers/kapitza_s.htm




Speaking practice

Work in groups

In your group make a brief report about: a/ S. Kapitsa; b/ P. Kapitsa and then be ready to retell it to the class.



Do Grammar tests (Past Simple Tense)

Write a composition about yourself: What did you do yesterday or what happened yesterday?

Be ready for revision test.

Grammar tests for self-study.


Lesson 2


We were talking about scientists at the previous lesson. Scientific discoveries and inventions make our life more comfortable and wonderful. We can’t even imagine how to live without things around us. From the very morning before leaving the house we ...What do we do first? What do we always want to know ...? Try to guess the meaning of the word forecast: “We always want to know what the weather will be like in the near future.”


a) Listen to the story “Weather Forecast” and be ready to answer the questions that follow:

  1. Where did the men travel?
  2. Whom did they meet there?
  3. What was the old Indian doing when they met him?
  4. What did they speak to him about?
  5. How did he know everything about the weather?

6. How do you think the weather forecast are made up now?

b) Retell the story.

c) You are the Indian. Tell your friends about the incident, using active vocabulary (make up a dialogue).

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