Підручник Англійська мова 5 клас (5-й рік навчання) - А.М. Несвіт - Генеза 2018 рік
Unit 9. School Life
Work in pairs. Look and talk about the picture.
A: Is this a room or a classroom?
B: I think it’s a classroom.
A: Are the children having a lesson?
B: Yes, they are.
A: Why is that girl standing at the door?
2. Work in two groups. Read and exchange the information.
Group A reads Part I of the story.
Group B reads Part II of the story.
A New Friend
(After Polly Putnam)
It was January. Wind blew hard on the windows. The door opened, and the girl walked in and stood near the door. She wore a furry blue coat.
Miss Alison, the teacher, spoke to her. Then she said, “Class, this is our new girl. Her name is Helen Taylor.” Miss Alison pointed to the desk in front of Jane. “Sit there, Helen,” she said.
Jane smiled when Helen sat down and Helen didn’t smile back. She even didn’t turn around all morning. At noon Jane took Helen for lunch.
“Will you eat with us?” Jane asked. Helen only shook her head and went to a table by herself.
Jane and her friends sat at the table together. They talked about a new girl.
“Why doesn’t she want to make friends?” asked Jane.
“Maybe, she is shy,” said Dan.
“If we are nice to her, she’ll soon be our friend,” said Ann.
Jane, Dan, and Ann helped Helen. Jane gave Helen a pencil and a ruler. Dan helped her to take out a book in the school library. Ann took Helen to the school gym. They played happily together.
Helen said, “Thank you,” and smiled at her new friends. She was not going to be lonely in this new school!
3. Read and order the sentences according to the story.
C Miss Alison pointed to the desk in front of Jane.
__ Helen said she was not going to be lonely in this new school!
__ Jane and her friends sat at the table together and began to talk about a new girl.
__ It was January. The door opened, and the girl walked in and stood near the door.
__ “If we are nice to her, she’ll soon be our friend,” said Ann.
Jane smiled when Helen sat down and Helen didn’t smile back.
4. Write. Decide who or what each underlined pronoun stands for.
1. The door opened and the girl stood near it.
2. The girl walked into the classroom. She wore a furry blue coat.
3. Miss Alison said, “Class, this is our new girl. Her name is Helen Taylor.”
4. Miss Alison pointed to the desk in front of Jane and asked Helen to sit there.
5. Jane and her friends sat at a table together. They talked about a new girl.
6. If Jane, Dan and Ann are nice to Helen, she’ll soon be their friend.
5. Put the letters in the right order to get the verbs. Then match them to the descriptions on page 204.
• teg • keam • its • keli • od•
r e l n a - learn - To get knowledge of a subject.
1. To receive something that someone gives you.
2. To create or prepare something.
3. To be on a chair or on the ground.
4. To think that something is nice or good.
5. To carry an activity.
6. Choose the correct verbs from Ex. 5, page 203 to complete the sentences.
1. I ... many poems at school by heart.
2. Ann ... her homework yesterday.
3. My friend studies well and ... good marks.
4. We ... Mathematics most of all.
5. The new pupil ... down at the desk in front of Jane.
6. All children wanted to ... friends with Helen.
7. Write six questions to the text of Ex. 2, pp. 202-203.
MY IDEAL SCHOOL
Aim: To design a poster about your ideal school.
In class: Before you write a poster
• Work in pairs or small groups.
1. Look at Ann and Dan’s poster about their ideal school. Read Part One. What items have they described in their poster?
2. Read Part Two. What information about the school uniform, school subjects, food, holiday trips have they included?
Out of class: Make a poster
• Work in small groups. Share the roles. Make parts of your poster. Write the description of a school uniform, a school lunch, school subjects and a school holiday trip. Include the following:
What to wear / What to eat / What school subjects to study/ Where to go
• a sheet of paper A3;
• glue and scissors;
• some coloured pens, markers.
In class: Use your poster
• Show your poster to your classmates. Give them more information about your ideal school. Answer the questions.
• Read your classmates’ posters. What ideal school have they described? Is their information interesting?
• Vote for the best poster.
My Ideal School
In my ideal school a uniform for girls is a jacket, a skirt or trousers of dark blue or dark brown colour. The blouses are white or other light colours. When it is warm or hot schoolchildren can wear shorts and T-shirts.
The boys wear trousers, a jacket, a shirt of light colours and when it is warm or hot - shorts and a T-shirt.
A school canteen is small because my school is not large. We don’t have hamburgers, sweets, cookies and lemonade on the menu.
We study traditional school subjects and new ones such as Drama and Music. At the lessons of Music schoolchildren learn to play the musical instruments. At the lessons of Drama they act in plays.
School Holiday Trips
We often go on different school trips. Schoolchildren visit different cities in Ukraine. They also go to other countries to practise foreign languages.