Підручник Англійська мова 5 клас для спеціалізованих шкіл з поглибленним вивченням англійської мови - Л.В. Калініна - Генеза 2018 рік

Unit Five: School Life

5:1. What does your timetable look like?

Word Bank

Phrase Bank

Communication Box

to adore

to learn sth new

Am I right?

immigrant

to become sth new

… can’t wait to do sth.

contest

to stand for sth

… , don’t you think?

once

to come across sth

Now I understand.

twice

to train one’s body

to have a good head for sth

Poor guess.

I. Conversation Warm-up

Look at Ann’s timetable and compare it to yours.

ANN’S TIMETABLE

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Math

Literature

English

Science

Chinese

PE

Arts

Algebra

Literature

Science

English

Chinese

PE

History

Arts

History

Information

Technology

Geography

Information

Technology

Math

Example: Ann has Chinese lessons and I have English lessons.

II. Pronunciation Warm-up

Listen to/read the timetable rap and practise the sound /е/. Say if the timetable is OK for Grade 5.

THE TIMETABLE RAP

Math on Monday,

Technology on Tuesday.

World Literature on Wednesday,

Science on Thursday,

Arts on Friday,

Fun on Saturday.

Hooray!

III. Grammar Smart

1. Look and recall!

BrE Maths

once a week = one time a week

AmE Math

twice a week = two times a week


three times a week, four times a week

• Play a grammar question game.

STEVE’S TIMETABLE

Math

Monday, Friday, Wednesday, Thursday

Music

Tuesday

Art

Thursday

English

Monday, Wednesday, Friday

History

Wednesday, Thursday

Science

Tuesday, Thursday

Example: A: How often does Steve have Maths lessons?

B: Four times a week. How often does he have music lessons?

A: Once a week ….

2. Read and remember!

Too many / too much

More than we need

A few / a little

Some

Few / little

Almost none

Several

More than a few but not a lot

Для того, щоб правильно сказати, чого є багато або мало у шкільному житті, вживай:

a) many, a lot of, a few, few and several з іменниками у множині:

Example: There are so many new subjects on the timetable!

b) much, lot of, a little, little з незліченними іменниками в однині:

Example: There is so much work to do!

c) many / much та інші + of перед займенниками та артиклями:

Example: Several of my classmates have changed schools.

3. Fill in of where necessary.

Example: Many … the subjects in Grade 5 are going to be new. →

Many of the subjects in Grade 5 are going to be new.

1. We are going to study many … subjects.

2. It is much … work.

3. We are going to do much … the work in Information Technology class on the computer.

4. There are several … new pupils in my class.

5. I have already met several … them.

4. Paraphrase the sentences as in the example.

Example: I’ve got some very interesting subjects in Grade 5. →

I’ve got a few very interesting subjects in Grade 5.

1. I speak some French.

2. We have almost no time left before the bell.

3. I think we have more lessons of math than we need.

4. Almost none of the pupils likes this lesson.

5. I need some help.

6. The teacher reminded me about the home task more than a few times, but I forgot.

IV. Word Smart

Learn something new — become something new.

Lessons

Actions

Objects

Mind and character

Math

to count

numbers

logical

English

to communicate

letters

sociable

Ukrainian

to write

dictations

literate

Literature

to read

poems

well-read

Physical Education (PE)

to train

body

strong

Music

to sing

songs

musical

Arts

to draw

pictures

creative

a) Read the words in each line of the chart and say:

• What you do at these lessons.

• What you learn about.

• What kind of person you become.

Example: At math lessons I count. I learn about numbers. I become logical.

b) Look and say what these children usually do at their favourite lessons to become something new.

I am strong and healthy.

I am sociable and well-read.

I am logical and computer- literate.

I am musical and creative.

Example: Alex is strong and healthy because he usually trains his body at PE lessons.

c) Look at the photos and complete the American teacher’s saying about school subjects.

Most students in American schools enjoy …. In … class students learn how to … . American students love their … lessons because ….

They say it’s fun to … at … lessons. Students often ….

At Home:

Fill in your timetable and write how often you have your favourite lessons.

Go to Ex. 81-82 of your Workbook

1. Read in trios. Say what the children expect to learn this school year.

TALKING ABOUT SCHOOL TIMETABLE

Steve: Look, girls, there are so many new subjects in the timetable this year!

Helen: Wow! Information technology, history, French - so much work!

Ann: Don’t worry. It is so exciting to learn something new, don’t you think?

Steve: Speaking of learning something new, what does EFL mean? I have just come across it somewhere on the timetable.

Ann: It just stands for English as a foreign language. But my American friend sometimes mentions ESL as a school subject in her emails.

Helen: She does! I wondered about it, too. What’s that?

Ann: English as a second language for immigrants’ children in the USA.

Steve: Now I understand. But I like PE much better. I can train my body and become stronger and stronger.

Helen: We have PE lessons twice a week, but music is only once a week.

Ann: I know you adore music. You were a member of the dancing group last year, weren’t you?

Helen: Yes, we took part in the dancing contest and won. And your favourite subject is going to be history. Am I right, Ann?

Steve: Poor guess! I know Ann has a good head for languages. So she is going to enjoy French lessons four times a week.

Ann: Sounds interesting. I can’t wait to learn a new foreign language.

PE

EFL

ESL

See First Aid Kit:

Word Building 5, p. 237

2. In the text «Talking about School Timetable», find the subjects which the children are going to have: once a week (twice a week, four times a week).

3. Read out of the text about:

• learning languages;

• preferences in studies;

• learning outcomes.

Say what attitude to learning you have.

VI. Time to Communicate:

1. Act as Ann and say if you are happy with your timetable.

to be exciting

to have a good head for sth

to take part in sth

to learn sth new

to come across sth

2. Act as Steve and describe your favourite parts of the timetable.

to adore sth to enjoy sth

to be a member of sth

to train one’s body

to become stronger

3. In pairs, discuss your interests in new subjects as in the pattern.

Pattern:

A: Look, … , there are so many … .

B: Wow! … - so much work!

A: Don’t’ worry! It is so exciting … , don’t you think?

В: I like … much better. I can … .

A: I know you adore … , and your favourite subject is … . Am I right?

B: Good guess! I am going to enjoy … a week.

A: I can’t wait to … . I think I have a good head for ….

B: Sounds ….

VII. Time to Listen

a) Listen to six people talking at school and say where exactly they can be.

b) Fill in the gaps.

1. The pudding is so …! Can I have some … , please?

2. Can I borrow this book for a …?

3. I’m … , this computer is out of order.

4. Will you … me to switch on the CD player, please?

5. Attention, everybody! The basketball … begins in five minutes.

6. Look! There are some … on the stage. They are dancing.

VIII. Time to Write

Compose a timetable of your dream and write your reasons.

Example: Reason 1.1 think it is so exciting to have Art lessons four times a week. I am learning to be creative.

Go to Ex. 83-85 of your Workbook






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