Unit 4 My School
Lessons 51-53 Learn to talk about your English lesson
Language school to have a meeting cartoon to try hard parrot
For example, … Perhaps I can’t.
1. Look and say what you can see in the English classroom.
A computer a TV set
Example: I can see a computer in the English classroom.
2. Listen and repeat.
I LOVE ENGLISH
I can read, and I can write,
I can speak English, too.
I love learning English.
And what about you?
/u:/ – too, you /і:/ – read, speak
3. Look, match and say how these children learn English.
A cartoon to try hard
Example: The boy is watching a cartoon at his English lesson.
4. Listen and role-play.
DO YOU SPEAK ENGLISH?
Ann: Hey, Nick. Do you speak English?
Nick: Don’t you know? I go to the best language school in our town.
Ann: Please help me out! We are having a meeting with an international guest in our class today, Ron Wright. He is from Britain. But we all study French, you know.
Nick: Perhaps, I can’t. I can speak English, but not very well yet.
Ann: Yes, you can! Please come to my French classroom at two o’clock if you can.
Nick: OK, I will. I know where it is – to the left of the computer lab, right?
Ann: Exactly. Thank you so much!
We are having a meeting with an international guest
In our class today.
5. Talk with your friend about learning English. Use:
On your own: Take a picture of your English classroom and describe it.
Example: This is my English classroom. It is to the left of the computer lab. We do a lot of interesting things at our English lessons there. …
6. Look and guess what children like to do at the English lesson.
Example: I think children like to… at the English lesson.
7. Read and say who helps Nick to learn English.
AT THE ENGLISH LESSONS
My name is Nick. I live in Ukraine. I a pupil of the best language school in my town.
I like to learn English a lot.
I can read, and write, and speak English, but not very well yet.
We do so many interesting things at the English lessons.
For example, we watch cartoons, read fairy tales and write letters and greeting cards. I try hard to talk with my classmates in English.
Dolly likes to learn English, too. Dolly is a nice, big parrot. It lives in my classroom. All the children look after Dolly. The parrot can say some English words. When any child says, “I can’t” at the English lesson, Dolly says, “Yes, you can! Yes, you can!” It helps us to learn better. Isn’t it funny?!
8. Read and choose the correct answer.
1. What school does Nick go to?
A. language school; b. grammar school; c. public school.
2. How does he speak English?
A. very well; b. not very well; c. very little.
3. What does he NOT do at his English lessons?
A. reading; b. writing; c. speaking Ukrainian.
4. What does Nick learn to write?
A. novels; b. letters; c. poems.
5. Who helps him to learn English?
A. a dog; b. a fish; c. a bird.
9. Talk with your friends about your English lessons. Use:
I go to… school.
I like to learn… .
I can… , but not… .
We do… .
For example, … .
I try hard to… .
… helps us to learn better.
10. Write about your English lesson for the children’s magazine. Use:
Do it yourself! Draw a picture of your English classroom for your class magazine.