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7 кл Конспекти Unit 2. AT HOME Lesson __. DOING CHORES

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Chores clipart home chore, Chores home chore Transparent FREE for download  on WebStockReview 2020 Unit 2. AT HOME Lesson _____. DOING CHORES

Цілі: формувати навички вживання нових лексичних; вдосконалювати навички читання й усного мовлення з опорою на лексико-граматичні структури; розвивати мовну здогадку й мовленнєву реакцію учнів; виховувати зацікавленість у розширенні своїх знань.

Procedure

1.Warm-up Answer the questions (p. 47). 2. Vocabulary practice Do ex. 1, p. 48. Practice the new vocabulary chorally and individually.

3. Writing Make up a list of the chores which are mentioned in ex. 1, p. 48.  Write about daily household jobs using the list and the table.

I

My dad

My mum

My sister (brother)

My parents

My friend

always

often

sometimes

never

usually

do shopping

go to the market

polish the floor

vacuum the carpets

clean the windows

dust the ornaments

sweep the floor

do the washing

do the washing up

make my bed

make a mess

pick up his / her things

take out the garbage

cut the grass

mow the lawn

every day.

in the morning.

in the evening.

at the weekend.

every week

4. Speaking Match verbs and nouns and talk about your household chores.

prepare

the beds

vacuum

the floor

do

the room

water

the garbage

make

breakfast

sweep and mop

the furniture

take out

the table

dust

the carpet

lay / clear

the flowers

walk

the laundry

clean

the car

do

the dog

tidy up

the bathroom

wash

the washing up

— I like to ... — that’s my favourite household chore. — I seldom ... but I always ... . — I often But I never ... .

5. Vocabulary practice Do ex. 2, p. 49.

6. Listening Do ex. 3, p. 49.

7. Reading and speaking Do ex. 4, p. 49.

Key: 1 F; 2 F; 3 F; 4 T.

+ Do ex. 5, p. 50.

Key: 1 relax; 2 his room; 3 untidy; 4 gets upset; 5 cleans the mess.

8. Writing Complete the sentences.

1. Peter needs to ... the grass. 2. After we eat we usually do the ... . 3. I like to ... TV at night. 4. In the morning you need to ... the bed. 5. You have to ... the trash. 6. I don’t like to ... the rug. 7. The house is a mess. We should ... the house. 8. My daughter spilled her milk. I have to ... the floor to clean it. 9. Before we eat, my son ... the table.

9. Summary Do ex. 6, p. 50.

10. Homework Write about your household chores.

 

Lesson _____. DOING CHORES

Цілі: формувати навички вживання нових лексичних одиниць; вдосконалювати навич ки читання й усного мовлення з опорою на лексико-граматичні структури; розвива ти мовну здогадку й мовленнєву реакцію учнів; виховувати любов до праці.

Procedure

1.Warm-up In groups, use this chart to ask your partners about their likes and dislikes. Then tell about it.

— Do you like doing the washing up?— Do you like reading?— Yes, I do./No, I don’t.

 

doing the washing up

vacuuming

carpets

doing the ironing

sweeping

cooking

dusting

Masha

 

 

 

 

 

Sasha

 

x

 

 

 

 

Ira

 

 

 

 

 

 

Marina

 

 

 

 

 

 

— Masha likes cooking. Sasha doesn’t like doing the washing up.

2. Listening Listen to Paul talking about how the members of his family share the jobs in the house. Complete the chart with the jobs each of them does.

 

Paul

his sister

mother

father

washing up

 

 

 

 

shopping

 

 

 

 

cleaning

 

 

 

 

cooking

 

 

 

 

ironing

 

 

 

 

washing clothes

 

 

 

 

— So Paul, how do the members of your family share the household jobs? For example, who does the washing up?

— My sister does that. And sometimes I do it. We have a dishwasher and it is not difficult for me to put the dirty dishes into it.

— Do you do the shopping?

— No, my parents do the food shopping. They like buying food at the market. And I can only buy some crisps and a can of cola.

— What about cleaning?

— I must say that I clean my room every day. I don’t like doing it very much but I have to. My sister usually vacuums the living-room and my mother cleans the kitchen and the bathroom.

— What about the cooking and ironing? Who does that?

— Well, those are my sister’s and my mother’s jobs. I can’t cook at all and I hate ironing. But my father is keen on cooking. As he is very busy during the week, he can cook tasty things for us only at the weekend.

— And who washes clothes in your family?

— Anybody who has free time. It’s the easiest thing to put the clothes into the washing machine and turn it on. As for me, I wash my clothes myself.

3. Reading Fill in the gaps.

Lay, mops, grass, watch, garbage, sleep, makes dinner, make, does the washing up

I live in a house with my mom, dad and two brothers. We all have chores that we do each week.

My mom ... every night. We usually eat pizza or tacos. She also cleans the kitchen. Mom ... the floor when it is dirty and she ... after dinner in the sink. My dad cuts the ... outside and takes out the ... . They both work very hard to keep our house clean.

My brothers and I like to help. Before dinner we ... the table and every morning we ... our beds. After dinner we all usually ... TV together in the living room. At 10:00 PM we all go to ... .

4. Writing and speaking Do ex. 7, p. 50.

5. Writing Picture dictation Teacher shows pictures and pupils write down the words.

6. Summary Answer the questions.1. Do your friends help their parents?2. Do you like to help your mother?3. Can you clean the flat?4. Have you got many flowers at home?5. Do you water the flowers?6. Do you help to lay the table? 7. Do you go to the shops and buy food?8. What can you buy in the shops yourself?9. How often do you go to the market?10. What daily household jobs have you got?

7. Homework Write a short paragraph about household chores in your family.

 

Lesson ______. HOUSEHOLD CHORES

Цілі: формувати навички вживання нових лексичних одиниць; вдосконалювати навички аудіювання, читання й усного мовлення з опорою на лексико-граматичні структури; розвивати мовну здогадку й мовленнєву реакцію учнів; виховувати любов до праці.

Procedure

1.Warm-up Make a chain. Talk about your household chores. .— I make the bed. And you?— I vacuum the carpet. What about you?— I prepare breakfast and I clear the breakfast table. And you?— Well, I mop the floor...

2. Speaking Answer the questions. 1. What do you do the best? 2. What does your mother (sister) do the best?

I

My mother

My father

My sister

My cousin

My grandmother

My grandfather

clean the car

wash the dishes

lay the table

cook the breakfast

wash the jeans

make the cake

polish the floor

nicely

properly

quickly

wonderfully

beautifully

greatly

excellently

3. Reading Do ex. 1, p. 52.

4. Vocabulary practice Practise the new vocabulary chorally and individually. Find the English equivalents in the text to the following expressions. Займатись хатньою роботою; домашні обов’язки; годувати; рідко; писати записки один одному; визнавати; смажити; варити; подавати (їжу); різати; наливати; віддавати перевагу; вершки; посудомийна машина.

5.Reading Do ex. 2, р. 54.

6.Writing Put the words in the proper columns.

Boil, tea, salad, pan, soup, kettle, sausages, potatoes, dry, pour, plate, teapot, meat, fry, cut, bread, cheese, serve, pot, cook, coffee, cup, eggs,

frying-pan, fish, cake, bake, cabbage

 

What to make

How to do

Where to make

salad

boil

cup

Put the words in the proper columns.

What things can we

bake

boil

fry

cut

pour

 

 

 

 

 

 

Apples, potatoes, tomatoes, cake, bread, meat, carrots, chicken, onions, mushrooms, tea, sausages, bananas, water, oranges,

milk, coffee, lemon, juice, fish, cheese, eggs, cola

7. Listening Listen to the conversations. Write Yes or No for each conversation.

 

Conversation 1

Conversation 2

Conversation 3

Conversation 4

They talk about friends

 

 

 

 

They talk about duties

 

 

 

 

They talk about the weather

 

 

 

 

They talk about family

 

 

 

 

They talk about food

 

 

 

 

1. — I’ve heard you had an amazing party yesterday.

— Yes, we had a lot of fun.

— Did many of your friends come?

— Of course. My mother cooked a lot of tasty things. My father and brother shared all the games with us.

2. — Do you like the weather today?

— No. My parents and I planned to have a picnic but it has been raining since morning.

— So, what are you going to do?

— I don’t know exactly yet. Perhaps we’ll have some sushi in a Japanese restaurant.

3. — Have you got many friends?

— Yes, sure.

— And who’s your best friend?

— Amy. We’ve known each other since out childhood.

4. — Have you got any household duties?

— Yes, Certainly. I have to make my bed and vacuum the carpets.

— And what about your sister?

— She’s too small to do anything at home.

8. Reading Do ex. 3, p. 57.

9. Summary Answer the questions. 1. Who does most of the household chores in your family? 2. Do you like any of household chores? 3. How often do you help you parents? 4. How much time does it take you to clean your room (do the washing up, cook the breakfast, etc.)?

10. Homework Write about your day, what jobs you do and what you like doing if you have free time.

 

Lesson _____. DO IT YOURSELF

Цілі: вдосконалювати навички вживання нових лексичних одиниць; вдосконалювати навички читання й усного мовлення з опорою на лексико-граматичні структури; розвивати мовну здогадку й мовленнєву реакцію учнів; виховувати любов до праці.

Procedure

1. Warm-up Which of the following housework chores/jobs do you do and how do you feel about them? Fill in the table then compare and discuss with your partner.

 

Can’t do it

Hate doing it

Don’t mind doing it

Like doing it

Washing the dishes by hand

 

 

 

 

Washing clothes by hand

 

 

 

 

Shopping for food

 

 

 

 

Cooking

 

 

 

 

General cleaning

 

 

 

 

Tidying up

 

 

 

 

Cleaning up the kitchen

 

 

 

 

Taking the garbage out

 

 

 

 

Cleaning the yard

 

 

 

 

Repairing clothes

 

 

 

 

Fixing something

 

 

 

 

Ironing

 

 

 

 

Cleaning the bathroom and toilet

 

 

 

 

2. Speaking Do ex. 4, p. 55.

3. Vocabulary practice Match your to do list. What do you have to do today? Example: I have to sweep the floor today.

1) to sweep

a) the room

2) to dust

b) leaves

3) to put clothes

c) the sink

4) to tidy up

d) the dishwasher

5) to mow

e) the floor

6) to clean

f) in the washing machine

7) to put dishes

g) the lawn

8) to rake

h) furniture

9) to start

i) the fence

10) to wipe

j) into cupboards

11) to pick up

k) the laundry

12) to do

l) the table

13) to paint

m) dirty clothes

Key: 1 e; 2 h; 3 f; 4 a; 5 g; 6 c; 7 j; 8 b; 9 d; 10 l; 11 m; 12 k; 13 i.

4. Reading and speaking Do ex. 5, p. 55. Make up dialogues using the model.

— Have you made any improvements to your house this year?

— Yes, I (we)’ve done some (a lot). Look, I (we)’ve painted the doors and cut down the bushes around the house.

The following expressions may be useful:

• decorate a room;• make own furniture;• make cloth napkins;• embroider a tablecloth;• mend the light in the hall;

• change the lights in all rooms;• fix the tap;• repair the porch;• set up some flowerbeds;• repair the roof on the garage;• set up a light outside the house;• repair the fence;• make a garden gate;• decorate the room with wallpaper;• paint flowerpots;• change the curtains

5. Reading Read some information about American teenagers and say if you get or would like to get an allowance for your household chores. Which chores from the list below do you often do?

In many countries, children are required to do chores around the house.

Chores can be defined as little jobs you do around the house to help keep everything clean and orderly. In the United States, many parents ask their children to do chores in order to earn an allowance. An allowance is an amount of money paid on a weekly, or monthly basis. Allowances allow children to have some pocket money to spend as they see fit. This can help them learn to manage their own money, as well as help them become more independent as they grow up. Here are some of the most common chores that children are asked to do.

• clean your room• make your bed• pick up your clothes• wash the dishes• wash the car• cut the grass• pick up your toys• pull weeds• do the vacuuming• repair the computer• do the shopping• prepare / cook dinner• set the table• clear the table• wash the dishes• clean out the fridge or freezer• clean the shower or tub• clean the toilet• do the laundry• wash the clothes• dry the clothes• put away the clothes• mop the floors• vacuum the carpets / rugs• rake the leaves in fall• shovel snow in winter• mow the lawn

6. Summary Do ex. 6, p. 56.

7. Homework Write an essay. Use the questions from ex. 6, p. 56 as a plan.

 

Lesson _____. HOUSEHOLD CHORES

Цiлі: вдосконалювати навички вживання нових лексичних одиниць; навички читання й усного мовлення з опорою на лексико-граматичні структури; розвивати мовну здогадку й мовленнєвуреакцію учнів; виховувати любов до праці.

Procedure

1.Warm-up Complete the chart below with the following household jobs.

Sweep the floor, polish the furniture, pick up the toys, weed the garden, cut the grass, clear the table, do the laundry, make the bed, wash the dishes, sweep the porch, wash the car, mop the floor, wash the windows, dry the dishes, wipe off the table, clean the tub, lay the table, scrub the floor, dust the shelves, water the flowers, clean up this mess, clean up your room, clean the sink, rake the leaves in fall, take out the garbage, vacuum the carpet, fix the roof, put the food away, answer the phone / door, hang out the clothes, mow the lawn, shovel the snow.

Key:

In the kitchen

Other rooms

Outside

sweep the floor

answer the phone / door

hang out the clothes

mop the floor

wash the windows

sweep the porch

scrub the floor

pick up the toys

cut the grass

lay the table

clean up your room

water the flowers

clear the table

clean up this mess

weed the garden

wipe off the table

make the bed

fix the roof

put the food away

polish the furniture

shovel the snow

wash the dishes

dust the shelves

wash the car

dry the dishes

clean the tub

rake the leaves in fall

clean the sink

do the laundry

mow the lawn

take out the garbage

vacuum the carpet

 

2. Listening  Listen to the dialogue and do the task.

Mother. Children, Grandma and Grandpa are coming to visit this evening and I need you to help me with some chores. Have you all made your beds?

Children. Yes, Mom.

Mother. Rob, I want you to fill the dishwasher and then wash and dry the big dishes that can’t fit in the dishwasher.

Rob. OK.

Mother. Sue, I want you to take out the garbage. Then sweep and mop the kitchen floor, okay?

Sue. Sure. I’m excited Grandma and Grandpa are coming.

Mother. And Peter, would you clean the bathroom?

Peter. Oh Mom, I hate cleaning the toilet.

Mother. Okay, you clean the sink and bathtub, and I’ll clean the toilet. But then I would like you to help your Dad clean out the garage.

Peter. OK.

Mother. Well then, let’s get started. I’m going out to mow the lawn. Come get me if you need me.

 Say if the statements true or false.

1. The children must help clean the house.2. Rob has to wash and dry the small dishes.3. Sue has to sweep and mop the bathroom floor.4. Peter has to clean the toilet.5. Dad has to cut the grass.6. Grandma and Grandpa are coming tomorrow.

Key: 1 T; 2 F; 3 F; 4 F; 5 F; 6 F.

3. Writing Picture dictation Teacher shows pictures and pupils write down the words.

4. Grammar practice Do ex, 1, p. 57.

5. Writing Do ex. 2, p. 58.

Key: 3 anything; 4 something; 5 everybody; 6 something; 7 anybody, nobody saw; 8 anything; 9 Nobody; 10 anybody; 11 Nothing; 12 anywhere.

6. Grammar practice Do ex. 3, p. 58.

7. Writing Fill in the gaps.1. ... knows what has happened. I am going to ask my mother.2. We can’t find ... to help us with English grammar.3. We must find ... to help us. We need help!4. We can find ... to help us. We don’t know what to do.5. She was sure that... liked her. She was wrong.6. We need ... who can repair this car. We had an accident yesterday.7. Don’t blame yourself for the mistake. ... is perfect.8. My son didn’t tell... about his plans. He went to the seaside yesterday.9. Can’t you find ... to help you?10. Our holiday was perfect. ... went as we wished.11. I would like to go ... peaceful for my holiday.12. He was so helpful. He helped nearly ... in the village.

Key: 1 nobody; 2 anybody; 3 somebody; 4 nobody; 5 nobody; 6 somebody; 7 nobody; 8 anybody; 9 anybody; 10 everything; 11 somewhere; 12 everybody.

8. Summary Answer the questions.1. Do you do anything at home after school?2. Do you help anybody at home?

3. Do you get anything for doing chores?4. Have you got anything unusual at home?

9. Homework Do ex. 4, p. 58.

 

Lesson  ______. HOW DO YOU FEEL ABOUT YOUR DUTIES?

Цілі: вдосконалювати лексичні навички, навички вимови, навички читання й усного мовлення; розвивати логічне мислення; виховувати відповідальне ставлення до своїх обов'язків.

Procedure

1.Warm-up How to make a cup of tea. Complete the sentences with the proper words.

Key words: stir, enjoy, boil, add, leave, pour, put, warm, fill. Example: Fill the kettle.

1. ... the water. 2. ... the teapot. 3. ... the tea in the teapot. 4. ... the pot with boiling water. 5. ... the tea. 6. ... the tea for five minutes. 7. ... the tea into the cup. 8. ... milk and sugar. 9. ... your cup of tea.

2. Vocabulary practice Choose the correct answer. 1. My mother asked me to do the (dishes/plates).

2. My father asked me to (make / do) my bed.      3. My brother asked me to (wet/water) the plants.

4. My grandmother asked me to (cleanse/clean) the litter box.    5. My mum asked me to do the (clothes / laundry).

6. My granny asked me to (clean / cut) the grass.                      7. My mum asked me to (vacuum/vacate) the living room.

8. My mother asked me to (scrub / scrape) the toilet.                9. My parents asked me to (tidy /tighten) up my room.

10. My grandfather asked me to (take/make) out the trash.

3. Grammar practice Write what you have to do using the previous exercise. Example: I have to do the dishes.

4. Speaking Do ex. 1, p. 59.

5. Listening Listen to some interviews and complete the chart. Then write down the sentences about these children’s duties and about your duties.

Stephan. I am responsible for many things at home. The worst of them is doing to the washing up. I also have to throw out the garbage and mow the lawn, but I don’t mind that because I get to breathe some fresh air.

Cindy. Every evening, I take the dog out for a walk. He gets restless when I forget to walk him. During the weekend, mom is on a break and we do the cleaning. I vacuum the floor and wipe the windows. Twice a week, I wake up at six to wash the car.

Nicolas. We have a housemaid at home who does the cleaning and dishwashing. My job is to set the table at meal-times, and throw out the garbage.

Beth. I have too many chores to handle! I must mow the lawn, vacuum the whole house’s floor every day, set the table and wash the dishes. Everyone else in my family is too lazy!

 

Stephan

Cindy

Nicolas

Beth

take out the garbage

 

 

 

mow the lawn

 

 

 

do the washing up

 

 

 

wash the car

 

 

 

 

walk a dog

 

 

 

 

vacuum the floor

 

 

 

 

wipe the windows

 

 

 

 

do the cleaning

 

 

 

 

set the table

 

 

 

 

Example:• Stephen does the washing up, mows the lawn and takes out the garbage.

              • As for me, I do the washing up and take out the garbage too, but I don’t mow the lawn.

6. Speaking Do ex. 2, p. 59. Express your opinion and make up sentences.

I think

Mr Robinson

Tim

Liz

likes

shopping

fixing something

washing up

but doesn’t

like

cooking.

making his bed.

feed and walk the dog.

Sample responses:

— Make your bed and tidy your room. — What a boring job!

— Phone for a pizza. There is some money on the kitchen table. — That’s great!

— Wash the dirty clothes. — Why me? I hate it.

— Do your homework now. — Oh, no! Why should I do it every day?

— Cook some spaghetti. The sauce is in the fridge. — Again cooking myself. How I don’t like it!

— Take the video back to the video club. — It’s not bad. I’ll have a walk.

7. Reading and speaking Do ex. 3, p. 60.

— Have you made your bed? — Yes, of course. / No, unfortunately, not yet.

• phoned for a pizza • cooked the spaghetti • washed the dirty clothes   • taken the video back...• done your homework

8. Summary Answer the questions.1. Have you ever done any repairing yourself?2. Do you like doing something yourself?3. What do you like to do most?4. Do you like gardening?5. How do you feel about your duties? 9. Homework Do ex. 4, p. 60.  Household Chores | Chores, Household chores, English activities

Household Chores Multiple Choice worksheet

 

 

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