Unit 4 My School
Lessons 48-50 Learn to talk about things to do at school
To work on the computer laughter question mark computer lab to find information
Same with me.
I know what you mean.
1. Look and say what things you like to do at school.
Example: I like to draw at school
2. Listen and repeat.
A PEN AND A PENCIL
Peter has a pencil,
Peter has a pen.
He draws with his pencil
And writes with his pen.
/p/ – Peter, pencil, pen
/e/ – pencil, pen
3. Look, match and say where these children study.
A question mark laughter
Example: The teacher is talking to the boy with laughter.
4. Listen and role-play.
A PEN OR A PENCIL?
Mary: I say, Peter, have you got a pen or a pencil?
Peter: Both. I draw with my pencil and write with my pen. Why do you ask, Mary?
Mary: I am going to write down my home task.
Peter: Here is the pen for you, and I will use the pencil. Mary: Thank you, Peter. I know you are always ready to help.
Peter: Any time. I like school very much. I love to do different things at school: to read, to write, to draw and what not. But working on the computer is my favourite.
Mary: Same with me. I also enjoy questions and answers.
I want to know more and more.
Peter: I know what you mean. I ask very many questions, too. My teacher once said with laughter, “Peter, don’t ask so many questions, or you will turn into a question mark.”
Mary: How? When? Where? Why?
Don’t ask so many questions.
5. Talk with a friend about things to do at school.
On your own: Take your pencil-box and write 3-5 sentences about it.
Example: This is my pencil-box. It is small and nice. There I have all the school things, such as pencils, pens, erasers, a ruler and others.
6. Look and guess how English children do their home tasks at school.
Example: I think English children do their home tasks…
7. Read and say what kind of pupil Peter is.
PETER AT SCHOOL
Peter is an English boy. He lives with his parents in Norwich.
Peter goes to Blue Bell Primary School1. He likes his school very much. He loves to do different things at school: to read, to write, to draw and what not. But working on the computer is his favourite. He can type his home tasks, do projects and find new information for his lessons in the school computer lab.
1 Primary school – початкова школа
Besides, Peter enjoys questions and answers. He asks questions about seasons and weather, sport and games, books and films and what not. He wants to know more and more. His teacher once said with laughter, “Peter, don’t ask so many questions, or you will turn into a question mark.” Peter thought a little, and then again asked a question, “But tell me, please, how can I hold the dot1?”
8. True or False?
1. Peter is a primary school pupil.
2. He adores school.
3. He doesn’t like to work on the computer.
4. Peter asks questions about everything.
5. His teacher gave him a question mark.
9. Talk with friends about the things you do at school. Use:
As for me, … .
I like… very much.
I love… .
… is my favourite.
I can… .
Besides, … .
I want… .
10. Write a short letter about your school for a children’s magazine. Use:
Do it yourself! Make a picture of your school for this children’s magazine.
1 To hold the dot – утримувати крапку