Підручник Англійська мова 5 клас для спеціалізованих шкіл з поглибленним вивченням англійської мови - Л.В. Калініна - Генеза 2018 рік
Unit One: We are a Family
1:2. What are you like?
to be young at heart
Both … and …
to look like somebody
to be everybody’s put
I. Conversation Warm-up
Look and find the members of one family. Say why you think so.
Example: I think these two people are members of one family because they both have blue eyes.
II. Pronunciation Warm-up
Listen to/read the family poem and beat the rhythm. Say if it is true about your family.
We’re girls and boys,
We’re big and small,
We’re young and old,
We’re short and tall,
That we can be
And still we are
III. Grammar Smart
1. Look and recall!
2. Play a grammar trio game.
Example: A: warm
C: the warmest
3. Read and remember!
interesting - more interesting - the most interesting
beautiful - more beautiful - the most beautiful
good-looking - more good-looking - the most good-looking
grey-haired - more grey-haired - the most grey-haired
a) Compare the following.
This book is interesting.
That book is more interesting.
The book «The Cronicles of Narnia» is the most interesting.
b) Complete the sentences.
Example: Ann has the … hair in the class, (long) →
Ann has the longest hair in the class.
1. Steve is … than his brother, (tall)
2. Rose is the … in the family, (young)
3. Helen is … than her sister, (good-looking)
4. Jennifer is the … among the Collinses. (reasonable)
5. William has an … sister, (old)
Go to Ex. 6-7 of your Workbook
IV. Word Smart
Study these words and describe:
a) your brother or sister.
Example: My teenage brother is good-looking ….
b) your parents.
Example: My mother is a beautiful woman.
c) your grandparents.
young at heart
Example: My grandparents are young at heart … .
Find a photo of your nuclear family and write who you look like.
V. Time to Read
1. Read Helen’s letter home about the members of her English host family and find the artist’s mistakes at the picture of the Collinses.
DESCRIBING FAMILY MEMBERS
We are all individual in appearance, aren’t we? We have different hair, eyes, noses, and lips. But young or old, we are all good-looking. Helen thinks so, too. That’s what she writes about it in her letter.
Dear Mum and Dad,
How are you? I’m fine. Yesterday my English family had guests: Jennifer’s parents came to see them. The whole family got together and we had a wonderful time.
Everyone looked so beautiful! Jennifer was in her nice black dress. Her husband, David, is very handsome. I like his beard and moustache.
Jennifer’s parents are not old: though grandpa; is bald, grandma is grey-haired, their faces are not wrinkled. I think they are young at heart.
The Collinses’ elder child, Mike, is a teenager, he is thirteen. He is very good-looking with his slender figure, long legs and straggly hair. The younger child, Rosy, is only four. She is a sweet, plump girl with curly hair, rosy cheeks and a tiny little nose. She is everybody’s pet.
I am sending you a funny picture of the Collinses. When we went for a walk in the evening, a street artist drew it for us.
I hope you will see who is who.
Write to me soon.
Across Cultures: Great Britain
a street artist - художник, який заробляє гроші, малюючи портрети людей на вулиці
2. Answer the questions.
1. Who is the oldest member of the Collinses’ family?
2. Who has a younger sister?
3. Who is the Collinses’ elder child?
4. Who is young at heart?
5. How many years is Mike older than Rosy?
3. Read out the sentences about:
• Jennifer’s parents;
• Jennifer’s husband;
• Jennifer’s children.
4. Show a photo of your family to your friends and let them say who you take after.
Go to Ex. 8-9 of your Workbook
VI. Time to Communicate
1. Look at the picture of Jeniffer’s parents when they were 25 years old, and say if they look different now.
Pattern: Jennifer’ mother was pretty. Now she is good-looking, too.
2. You call Helen on the phone after the family party. Ask her questions and roleplay the dialogue in pairs. Follow the pattern.
B: In her nice black dress.
B: Her husband David.
B: Yes, he is so good-looking.
B: No, she is sweet and plump.
3. Look at your family photos and compare your family members.
Examples: Both your father and mine are tall and slender. Unlike your sister, mine has curly hair.
VII. Time to Write
Write a description of yourself as a teenager. Begin with:
I am … now.
I look like my … .
I am … , with … figure.
I have got ….
My hair is … .
They say, I am ….
I think … .
Go to Ex. 10 of your Workbook