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Unit Two: Day in, Day out

2:2. Afternoon schedule

Word Bank

Phrase Bank

Communication Box

to relax

to help about the house

The thing is …

to socialize

to resume one’s classes

Perhaps …

sleepy

to have a problem


tired

with …


choir

to become oneself again to go to the pictures


I. Conversation Warm-up

Look and say how these children are spending an afternoon. Does it look interesting or boring to you?

to walk a dog

to play table tennis

to have a dancing lesson

to sing in a choir

to go shopping

Example: The girl is walking the dog. It looks interesting to me.

II. Pronunciation Warm-up

Read the afternoon rap and beat the rhythm. Say how it differs from your weekly schedule.

Afternoon Rap

Park

on

Sunday,

School

on

Monday,

Sport

on

Tuesday,

Books

on

Wednesday,

Computer

on

Thursday,

Films

on

Friday,

Fun

on

Saturday.


Hooray!


III. Grammar Smart

1. Look and recall!

Example: I never go shopping.

now

at the moment at present

at the present moment

Example: I am doing the room now.

2. Play a grammar contrast game.

Example: A:I usually clean up after dinner.

B:I am cleaning up after dinner now. I always walk my dog in the afternoon.

A:I am walking my dog at the moment.

to clean up

to walk one’s dog

to do the room

to play tennis

to watch TV

to visit one’s grandma

to listen

to music

to do one’s lesson

Для того, щоб правильно сказати, що відбувається у теперішній проміжок часу, вживай:

I am


these days.

He/she is

doing something

this week.

We/they/you are


this month, this year.

Example: I am learning to play table tennis these days.

a) Complete the sentence.

Example: I am … these days.

I am reading «Robinson Cmsoe» these days.

1. My friend is … to Bieber this week.

2. The girl is … this year.

3. The children are … these days.

4. Aunt Rose is … with the Browns this week.

5. The circus is … this month.

b) Say what keeps you/ your friends busy or interested these days.

Example: I am learning to rollerskate these days.

Go to Ex. 26-27 of your Workbook

IV. Word Smart

Study these words and describe things you can do:

1. at home:

Example: First, I help my mom about the house in the afternoon and then I listen to music to relax.

2. at school:

Example: When I have problems with my classes, I ask my teacher for advice.

3. out:

Example: Sometimes in the afternoon I do the shopping or go to the pool for a swim.

At Home:

Think and decide if you can combine business and pleasure in the afternoon. Fill in the afternoon schedule chart.

THE AFTERNOON SCHEDULE CHART

Business

Pleasure

I help my mum about the house …

. . .

V. Time to Read

1. Read Helen’s letter to the children’s magazine and say if your afternoon schedule is the same or different.

AN AFTERNOON PROBLEM

It is important to plan your time after school. An afternoon is the time for homework and rest, for friends and hobbies. Helen has a problem with her afternoon schedule. She writes about it in her letter to the children’s magazine.

advice - to advise

practice - to practise

walk - to walk

See First Aid Kit: Word Building 2, p. 236

Across Cultures: Great Britain

Bell Language School - мовна школа у Баті, Англія, у якій навчаються діти і дорослі з-за кордону

a host family - сім’я, яка приймає у свій дім дітей з-за кордону для тимчасового проживання

2. Fill in the gaps with the right words from the box. Say if they are nouns or verbs.

Example: I am asking you for … . →

I am asking you for advice.

1. Let’s take … in the park.

2. It is my duty … the dog.

3. I like … in the pool.

4. Steve is taking … at the moment.

5. I … you to read this book.

3. Read out the sentences about:

• Helen’s morning (afternoon, evening) time;

4. Describe your afternoon schedule and compare it with Helen’s afternoon.

Go to Ex. 28-29 of your Workbook

VI. Time to Communicate

1. Read Helen’s afternoon schedule and say what you like or dislike about it.

2 pm - taking a walk round the town

3 pm - window shopping with friends

4 pm - dropping in at a cafe for desserts

5 pm - going to the pool for a swim

6 pm - going to the pictures

7 pm - spending time with the host family

Example: Helen socializes with friends every evening. I like it a lot.

2. Give Helen your advice about her afternoon schedule. Begin with:

- The thing is that you …

- Perhaps …

- I’m sure you can …

- I advise you to …

- Don’t …

Try and …

3. In pairs, role-play a phone talk with Helen and give her your advice.

Helen: Hello, Helen is speaking.

You: …

Helen: I have a problem with my afternoon schedule.

You: …

Helen: It’s a habit with me to socialize with friends.

You: …

Helen: Sometimes I go to the swimming pool or just take a walk.

You: …

Helen: When I come back, I often feel tired and sleepy.

You: …

Helen: But I need to relax to become myself again, don’t I?

You: …

VII. Time to Write

Write a letter to the children’s magazine about your afternoon schedule which is the busiest time of the day and ask for advice. Follow the pattern.

Pattern:

Go to Ex. 30 of your Workbook






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