Unit 2 All Day Long
Lessons 33-38 Learn to talk about weekend fun
Puppet show museum
To take sb for a drive to play hockey weekdays
Some other day, perhaps.
1. Look and say what these children usually do on weekdays and at the weekend.
Example: Children usually do their lessons on weekdays. They can go to the park at the weekend.
2. Listen and repeat.
All work and no play
Makes Jack a dull boy;
All play and no work
Makes Jack a mere toy.
/ci/ – boy, toy /ei/ – play, makes
3. Look, match and say what you know about these children.
4. Listen and role-play.
Peter: I say, Mary, tomorrow is Sunday. What are you plans?
Mary: I’m going to do my lessons for next week and help my mum about the house.
Peter: What about the puppet show or a game of tennis?
Mary: I’m sorry I can’t, Peter. Some other day, perhaps.
Peter: All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy, you know.
Mary: Oh no! What are you going to do tomorrow?
Peter: All kinds of fun: a video, tennis, the puppet show and the swimming pool. Sunday is time to play, isn’t it?
Mary: Yes, but all play and no work makes Jack a mere toy, you know.
Peter: Oh, no!
What are you going to do tomorrow?
5. Talk with a friend about your weekend plans.
On your own: Take a photo of your weekend fun and write 3-5 sentences about it.
Example: I have all kinds of fun at the weekend. I can watch a video, play tennis, go to the puppet show or the swimming pool. Sunday is time to play, isn’t it?
6. Look and guess what Canadian children can do at the weekend.
Example: I think Canadian children can play hockey at the weekend.
7. Read and say how Jack works and plays at the weekend.
I am Jack. I live in Canada. I go to school on weekdays, but I have a weekend to myself. It starts on Friday afternoon and lasts till Sunday evening.
My typical weekend looks like this. On Friday evenings I can go to a museum. On Saturday mornings I usually play hockey with my friends, then in the afternoon, I do my lessons and help my parents about the house. My Sunday starts with a swim in the pool, then my dad takes us for a drive, with a quiet evening back home.
I try to work and play at the weekend. I don’t want to hear from anyone that “All work and no play makes Jack (and I AM Jack, you know) a dull boy” or “All play and no work makes Jack (me!) a mere toy”.
8. Read and choose.
1. Jack is from… .
A. Britain; b. Canada; c. the USA.
2. His weekend begins on… .
А. Friday; b. Saturday; c. Sunday.
3. Jack can visit… on Friday evening.
A. the theatre; b. the cinema; c. a museum.
4. He does his lessons… .
A. on Friday afternoon; b. on Saturday afternoon; c. on Sunday evening.
5. Jack’s father takes him… on Sunday.
A. to the pool; b. for a drive; c. to the farm.
9. Talk with friends about your typical weekend. Use:
I go to… but I have… to myself.
It starts on… and lasts till… .
My typical weekend looks like… .
On Friday evenings… .
On Saturday mornings… .
My Sunday starts… .
I try… at the weekend.
10. Write an invitation card to your friend. Begin with:
Do it yourself! Make a front page for your invitation card.