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Unit 1. IN AND OUT OF SCHOOL

Lesson 1. IN SCHOOL

Цілі: формувати навички вживання нових лексичних одиниць; вдосконалювати навички висловлювання своєї думки, усного мовлення й читання; розвивати мовну здогадку й мовленнєву реакцію учнів; виховувати зацікавленість у розширенні своїх знань.

Procedure

1. Warm-up

Do ex. 1, p. 4.

2. Speaking

Answer the questions (p. 7).

3. Vocabulary practice

Do ex. 1, p. 8.

Practise the new vocabulary (p. 9) chorally and individually.

Read through the sentences and practise the new vocabulary.

 

run and jump

 

the gym.

 

have lunch

 

the canteen.

 

do experiments

 

the science lab.

 

sing songs

 

the music classroom.

 

paint

 

the art classroom.

We

study English

 

the English classroom.

 

have Ukrainian lessons

in

the Ukrainian classroom.

 

keep our things

 

the lockers.

 

change our clothes before PE

 

the changing rooms.

 

talk to our teachers

 

the staff room.

 

talk to our headmaster

 

the headmaster’s office.

 

have computer studies

 

the computer room.

 

can find a necessary book

 

the library.

4. Writing

Complete the following sentences.

1. The staff room is a room where we can ... .

2. The gym is a place where we usually ... .

3. The science lab is a room where we ... .

4. The canteen is a place where we ... .

5. The locker is a place where you ... .

6. The Maths classroom is a room where we ... .

7. The staff room is a room where our teachers ... .

8. The computer room is a place ... .

9. The English classroom is a room where we ... .

10. The art classroom is a room where we like to ... .

11. The library is a place where you ... .

12. The music classroom is a room where we ... .

13. We use stairs for going ... (up and down).

14. We use entrance to ... (enter the school).

15. The school kitchen is a place where the chef ... .

5. Reading

Practise the prepositions.

Do ex. 2, p. 9.

6. Speaking

Do ex. 3, p. 9.

7. Listening

Listen to the story and do the task.

SCHOOL LIFE FOR A 13-YEAR-OLD BRITISH BOY

My School is a mixed 11-18 school. There about 1,150 students in my school, including 200 in the sixth form. It is called a Technology College and specializes in Computers and Maths. My school has over 1200 computers (including over 400 tablet PC’s)

I am in Year 8. Some subjects are compulsory like Maths, English, Science and a foreign language, but I like PE most of all.

My school day starts early in the morning. I leave home at 6:45 and walk 20 minutes to catch a bus to school. The bus is a special one just for kids going to my school. The journey on the bus takes an hour because it has to keep stopping to pick up other students along the way.

When I arrive at school, I collect my Tablet PC and go to my Tutor Room for Registration at 8:30. We listen to announcements to see what special things are happening at school today or this week.

At about 8:50 we leave Tutor Room to go to our First Period which starts in 10 minutes. Every day I have a different Lesson the first period. Normally it is Humanities but I also have Maths, Drama and Music, and French on the other days. Each period lasts an hour. We don’t use our Tablet PCs in all lessons because some rooms do not have enough power sockets. We use the Tablets to do our work on and to search the Internet. Our Tablet PCs are connected to a Network so we can send our work straight to our teachers. All my lessons are in different rooms and places around the school. I have different teachers for each lesson. I have a locker where I can store some of my stuff.

I have a break from 11.00 to 11.20 when I can have a snack and play and chat with my friends. After the fourth period we have lunch. I bring a packed lunch to school but occasionally I have school dinners in the School Canteen that is open at Lunch Time and Break Time. Most hot food is served only at lunch time. Chips are only available on Mondays and Fridays.

School ends at 3.10 and I sometimes stay after school for clubs.

Say if the following statements true or false.

1. The boy studies in a specialized school.

2. He likes foreign languages most of all.

3. He gets up early in the morning and walk to school.

4. Computer studies and maths are his compulsory subjects.

5. The first period starts at 9 o’clock.

6. Each period in their school lasts 60 minutes.

7. They don’t use their Tablet PCs in all lessons because they are not allowed to do it.

8. The boy keeps his things in his locker.

9. He always has lunch in the school canteen.

10. The students can buy chips in the canteen every day.

Key: 1 T; 2 F; 3 F; 4 T; 5 T; 6 T; 7 F; 8 T; 9 F; 10 F.

8. Summary

Word Association Game

You may use activities and places or subject and places.

Example: play football — gym, have a snack — canteen.

9. Homework

Do ex. 4, p. 9.

Lesson 2. SCHOOL ACTIVITIES

Цілі: формувати навички вживання нових лексичних одиниць; удосконалювати навички аудіювання й усного мовлення з опорою на лексико-граматичні структури; розвивати мовну здогадку; виховувати доброзичливе ставлення до співрозмовника.

Procedure

1.Warm-up

Do ех. 3, p. 5.

2. Vocabulary practice

Board Race

Split the class into three teams.

Draw two lines down on the board and write topics at the top — place, subject, activity.

The students must then write as many words as they can related to the topic in the form of a relay race.

Each team wins one point for each correct word. Any words that are unreadable or misspelled are not counted.

Set a time limit.

3. Reading and speaking

Do ex. 1, p. 10.

Key: 1 Green Bush School; 2 in Liverpool; 3 300; 4 18; 5 Chess, Choir, Computing/IT, Public Speaking, 1st Aid, Orchestra, Drama Group, Film Club, Swimming; 6 16; 7 Chemistry, football, swimming, Design and Technology, choir, orchestra, IT.

4. Listening

Do ex. 2, p. 11.

Key: 1 b; 2 c; 3 c; 4 b.

5. Vocabulary practice

Practise the new vocabulary (p. 11) chorally and individually.

Match activities and places.

Activity

Place

football

an assembly hall a science lab a classroom a canteen a football pitch a gym

a swimming-pool a court

lunch

performance

basketball

choir

Science

English lesson

orchestra

swimming

tennis

Example: We play basketball in the gym. I have lunch in the school canteen.

6.Writing

Write down the sentences that you’ve made up bout school activities.

7. Grammar practice

Practise there is/ are in different structures.

There

is

are

isn’t

aren’t

different classrooms

some lockers

two changing rooms

a staff room

the headmaster’s office

three computer rooms

a library

a gym

a canteen

a science lab

a music classroom

an art classroom

two English classrooms

a football pitch

a tennis court

a swimming pool

an assembly hall

a playground

in

on

behind

next to

opposite

between

our school.

the first floor.

the second floor.

the gym.

the canteen.

the art classroom and the library.

the staff room.

Example:

• There is a gym in our school. There are some lockers opposite the canteen.

• There isn’t a science lab on the first floor. There aren’t two English classrooms in our school.

Practise questions in the same way.

Example: Is there a playground behind your school? Are there any classrooms on the first floor?

8. Reading

Do ex. 4, p. 12.

9. Summary

Do ex. 3, p. 11.

10. Homework

Write a short paragraph about your school.

Lesson 3. WHAT IS SCHOOL FOR YOU?

Цілі: вдосконалювати навички усного мовлення й читання; формувати навички вживання нових лексичних одиниць; виховувати доброзичливе ставлення до співрозмовника; розвивати культуру спілкування й мовленнєву реакцію учнів.

Procedure

1.Warm-up

Game Snowball

The first pupil thinks of one word connected with school subjects or school activities. The second pupil repeats it and adds another word? The next pupil repeats two words and says one more. The winner is the pupil who will repeat the chain of all the words.

Example:

• In our school we have got Computer studies.

• In our school we have got Computer studies and Design and Technology.

• In our school we have got Computer studies, Design and Technology and a choir, etc.

2. Speaking

What do you feel about school? Do you love it? If you don’t, what is the reason? Homework? The timetable? School activities? Friends? Teachers? Marks? Bullying?

Start your answers like this:

— I like school very much. It’s...

— I can’t say that I love school but...

— I’m not sure that...

3. Reading

Do ex. 1, p. 13.

4. Vocabulary practice

Practise the new words (p. 14) and fill in the gaps in the following sentences.

1. This hall is rather ... to organize a great concert here.

2. It is very important when a teacher is ... to pupils.

3. When I read about this ..., I decided that it wouldn’t be a bad idea to study there.

4. I didn’t like staying in this hotel because of its ... rooms. It was terrible.

5. When his new friends come, he usually ... them ... the house.

6. What do you ...?

7. Amy’s house is ... to the school.

Key: 1 spacious; 2 fair; 3 boarding school; 4 shabby; 5 shows around; 6 mean; 7 close.

5. Writing

Make up your own sentences with the new words.

6. Reading

Do ex. 2, p. 14.

7. Reading and speaking

Do ex. 3, p. 14.

Using the words from the box, make up your own dialogue to describe your school.

8.Reading

Read about two schools — School of the Air (ex. 5, p. 15) and Summerhill School and answer the questions.

1. What sort of school would you like to go to?

2. Do the pupils spend the best years of their life in these schools?

SUMMERHILL SCHOOL 

Summerhill School, the oldest and one of the most famous schools in the world, is situated on the east coast of England. It was founded in 1921.

Summerhill is a community of around a hundred people. About 75 of these are children aged between 5 and 17. The rest are teachers, house parents and other staff. It is situated in a large much loved, Victorian house and grounds, two miles from the coast of Suffolk.

Most of the children board during the term time, though there are day pupils as well. As the younger ones grow older, they usually prefer to sleep at school. Summerhill is co-educational and enjoys the diversity of pupils from throughout the world.

There is a wide choice of subjects, up to GCSE level. A new timetable is created each term when the older children have “signed-up” for classes, through there is no compulsion to attend.

Every Saturday the pupils and the teachers have a meeting where they make their own rules and laws. Pupils can go either to lessons or spend their time playing. The question is: do Summerhill pupils ever get any qualifications? Yes. They become doctors, teachers and lawyers. It costs £3,000-£5,000 a term, depending on age.

9. Speaking

Answer the questions.

1. Do you enjoy studying English? Math? Science? Art? Biology? Chemistry?

2. Do you play on any of the school’s sports teams?

3. Do you still keep in touch with your best friend in elementary school?

4. Have you ever been absent?

5. Have you ever been late for class? If so, why?

6. When was the last time?

7. Did the teacher get angry?

8. What do you like best about your school?

9. What do you like least about your school?

10. Summary

Do ex. 4, p. 6.

11. Homework

Do ex. 4, p. 14.

Lesson 4. DUTY AND NECESSITY

Цілі: формувати навички вживання модальних дієслів must, have to, need в мовленні; вдосконалювати лексичні навички, навички вимови, навички читання й усного мовлення; розвивати логічне мислення; виховувати загальну культуру учнів.

Procedure

1. Warm-up

Write the following notices on the board.

STOP

NO SMOKING

FASTEN SEAT BELTS

NO FISHING

PLEASE

KEEP off the GRASS

NO PARKING

WEAR SPORT SHOES

PLEASE KEEP SILENCE

Ask pupils where they might find each one.

• in a library

• in a park

• in a gym

• in a museum

• on an airplane

• on a road

• by a lake or a river

• in a street

2. Grammar practice

Explain the rule (p. 16) as for using must and have to. Make up sentences using the notices above.

Key:

You must stop.

You mustn’t smoke.

You must fasten seat belts.

You mustn’t fish here.

You must keep off the grass.

You mustn’t park here.

You must wear sport shoes in the gym.

You must keep silence here.

Say what you and your friends have to do during the day.

1. I / go shopping every day.

2. I /work hard at my English.

3. Ivan / help his classmates with maths.

4. Anna / dust her room every day.

5. Nina / take her younger brother home after school.

6. My friends/read a lot if they want to pass the exam successfully.

3. Writing

Do ex. 1, p. 16.

4. Grammar practice

Clarify the usage of must, mustn’t, have to and needn’t.

MUST

WE THINK it is necessary to do something

You must do your homework every day. I must stop smoking!

MUSTN’T

Something is forbidden

You mustn’t play here — it’s dangerous!

You mustn’t watch TV all day

HAVE TO

OTHER PEOPLE THINK it is necessary to do something because of the circumstances

They have to go to the meeting today. They have to wear a uniform to school. It’s raining. You have to take your umbrella

DON’T HAVE TO

to say that something is NOT necessary

I don’t have to work today, it’s Saturday!

NEEDN’T

It is not necessary to do it, you don’t need to do it

I needn’t pay now. I can pay later

Fill in the gaps.

1. You ... bring your tracksuits for your PE classes.

2. I... to prepare my report for tomorrow.

3. Those who finish their exam ... start making noise.

4. The workbooks ... be brought to the class unless I tell you to bring them.

5. Students ... to pay for the transportation as the school has its own bus.

6. If a student breaks a school rule, he /she ... to stay at school after lessons to meet with the headmaster.

7. Students ... come to class late.

8. We ... hurry, we are early.

9. This is a private school, so the students ... to wear their uniforms at all times.

10. Students ... stay at school during lunch break, they can go out.

Key: 1 must; 2 have; 3 mustn’t; 4 needn’t; 5 don’t have; 6 has; 7 mustn’t; 8 don’t have to; 9 have; 10 needn’t.

Do ex. 2, p. 17.

5. Reading

Do ex. 4, p. 17.

6. Summary

Name three things you mustn’t do in the class.

7. Homework

Do ex. 3, p. 17.

Lesson 5. SCHOOL RULES

Цілі: вдосконалювати навички вживання модальних дієслів must, have to, need в мовленні; вдосконалювати лексичні навички, навички вимови, навички читання й усного мовлення; розвивати логічне мислення; виховувати загальну культуру учнів.

Procedure

1.Warm-up

Categorize modal verbs and complete sentences about your country. Use must, mustn’t, have to, don’t have to, needn’t where necessary.

1. In our country ... .

2. You ... wear a seat belt in a car

3. Men ... do military service

4. Children ... go to school on Saturday

5. You ... go to the doctor every year

6. You ... pay for school books

7. You ... pay to drive on motorways

8. Children ... go to school when they are 6.

2. Speaking

Do ex. 1, p. 18.

Key:

1. Pupils have to come to school on time.

2. They have to stay in the playground during breaks.

3. Girls have to wear a white shirt, a green pullover, black shoes and black skirts.

4. Boys have to put on a white shirt, a green pullover, black shoes, black trousers and a tie.

5. Girls mustn’t wear mini skirts, make up or jewellery.

6. Pupils mustn’t bring pets or iPods to school.

7. They mustn’t make noise in the corridors.

8. Pupils mustn’t use their mobile phones.

3. Grammar practice

Choose the correct answer.

1. Can you tell Sarah that she must... me tomorrow?

a) calls

b) call

c) to call

2. ... pay in advance?

a) Do we have

b) Do we have to

c) Have we

3. He ... learn to read and write his name before he goes to school.

a) must

b) musts

c) must to

4. We have ... early tomorrow.

a) to leave

b) leave

c) leaves

5. ... wear a uniform?

a) Has he to

b) Does he has to

c) Does he have to

6. I... get up early tomorrow.

a) haven’t to

b) don’t have to

c) don’t to

7. She ... work at the weekend.

a) needn’t

b) needn’t to

c) doesn’t need

8. You ... play football here. It’s dangerous.

a) don’t have to

b) don’t need to

c) mustn’t

9. We ... attend all the lessons. We can choose.

a) don’t have to

b) mustn’t

c) can’t

10. I... forget to call him tonight.

a) don’t have to

b) mustn’t

c) mustn’t to

Key: 1 b; 2 b; 3 a; 4 a; 5 c; 6 b; 7 a; 8 c; 9 a; 10 a.

4. Reading

Do ex. 2, p. 19.

5. Speaking

Do ex. 3, p. 20.

6. Writing

Do ex. 4 (a), p. 20.

7. Speaking

Do ex. 4 (b), p. 20.

8. Summary

Do ex. 5, p. 20.

9. Homework

Write down some rules that you would establish in your school.

Lesson 6. DESCRIBING A PLACE

Цілі: вдосконалювати навички вживання нових лексичних одиниць; навички письма, усного мовлення й читання; розвивати мовну здогадку; виховувати відповідальне ставлення до школи, атакож зацікавленість у розширенні своїх знань.

Procedure

1.Warm-up

Complete the sentences about your school subjects.

1. I really enjoy ... .

2. I’m extremely interested in ... .

3. I’m quite interested in ... .

4. I’d like to know more about... .

5. I don’t know anything about... .

6. I’ve always wanted to learn something about... .

7. I’m not very interested in ... .

8. I don’t much like ... .

9. I don’t like ... at all.

10. I’m bored with ... .

11. I hate ... .

12. I think ... is a complete waste of time.

2. Vocabulary practice

Complete the sentences.

Gym, janitor, bus driver, subjects, headmaster’s office, water fountain, library, math class, playground, canteen, nurse’s office, lockers

1. Students drink out of the ... .

2. We play basketball in the ... .

3. We learn to multiply and divide in ... .

4. Students put their books and coats in their ... .

5. The ... drives us home after school.

6. The ... cleans the school.

7. When a student gets hurt he goes to the ... .

8. There are many books in the school... .

9. When students do something wrong they have to go to the ... .

10. Math and history are ... we study in school.

11. Young students go outside to play in the ... .

12. Students eat in the ... .

Key: 1 water fountain; 2 gym; 3 math class; 4 lockers; 5 bus driver; 6 janitor; 7 nurse’s office; 8 library; 9 headmaster’s office; 10 subjects; 11 playground; 12 canteen.

3. Reading

Fill in the gaps.

Music, teacher, water fountain, subjects, classroom, playground, canteen, lockers, corridor

Today is my first day of school. I am so excited. I am going to be in the 6th grade this year.

When I first get to school in the morning I will go into the (1) ... where Mrs. Johnson is. Mrs. Johnson is going to be my (2) ... . She will give us (3) ... to put our coats and bags in. Mrs. Johnson will start the morning off by telling us about the different (4)... we will study this year. I hope we have a long (5)... class. Singing and playing the piano are my favorite things to do.

At 12:00 PM we will have lunch in the (6) ... . To get there the entire class will walk in a straight line down the long (7) ... outside of our classroom. After lunch we will go outside to play on the (8)... . When we come back in the school we will all get a drink at the (9)... .

School is going to be great this year. I can’t wait!

Key: 1 classroom; 2 teacher; 3 lockers; 4 subjects; 5 music; 6 canteen; 7 corridor; 8 playground; 9 water fountain.

4. Reading and speaking

Do ex. 1, p. 21.

5. Writing

Work in pairs

Discuss the lay out and complete it.

I study in ... School. It consists of .... Our school has all the facilities of a modern school, such as ..., ..., a ... with a huge collection of books, a ... and a ... .

Our school building is situated in .... There is ... St. leading from the main entrance. The playground is .... When you enter the building, the headmaster’s room is ... and the staff room is ... it. There are ... classrooms. Our laboratories are on ... and the gym is on .... The canteen is ... the lockers. There is a modern ... where we have Computer Studies. We also have different... in different classrooms.

Our school has prescribed a uniform for us. The boys have to wear ... . The girls have to wear ... .

We have a lot of activities at and after school. I like my school very much and am proud to be a student of that school.

6. Summary

Work in pairs

Practice the questions and the answers.

1. How many students are there in your class?

2. How many classrooms are there in the school?

3. How many classrooms are there on the first floor..

4. How many floors does your school have?

5. Which grade are you in?

6. Where is your classroom?

7. Homework

Do ex. 2, p. 21.

Lesson 7. AFTER SCHOOL

Цілі: вдосконалювати навички вживання нових лексичних одиниць; навички аудіювання, усного мовлення й письма; розвивати мовну здогадку; виховувати зацікавленість у позашкільній діяльності.

Procedure

1.Warm-up

Here is a list of activities which are offered in an American school. Predict how the students participate in these clubs, what they do there.

Example:

• I think the students who participate in Philatelia Club collect stamps, swap them and learn something new different countries, outstanding events and famous people.

• In my opinion, the students who participate in JETS Club make airplane models and hold competitions among the club members.

WEEK I CLUBS

WEEK II CLUBS

Arts & Crafts

Current Affairs

Brain Crackers

Drama II

Chess

French Culture

Drama I

Information Technology II

Health & Recreation

JETS

Information Technology I

Music

Literary

National Cake

Maintenance

Philatelia

Star Gazers

Young Farmers

Table Tennis

Speech and Debate

Hausa Culture

The Chef and Homemakers

Geography

Library

Youth against AIDS

Behavioural Healthcare

Photography

Barbers

2. Vocabulary practice

Do ex. 1, p. 22.

3. Speaking

Work in pairs

Complete the dialogue, make your own ones and practise the words from ex. 1, p. 10 and ex. 1, p. 22 in them.

— Are you going home after school?

— No. I have ... (singing practice) in the ... (school choir).

— Let’s ... (ride bikes) a bit later then.

— Yes, sure. I’d love to.

4. Writing

Write some sentences what activities you, your friend and American students have after school.

Example:

• After school I participate in Drama Group where we perform different plays.

• My friend participates in Film Club where he shoots films.

• Some American students participate in Star Gazers Club where they study stars, planets and our Earth.

5.Listening and speaking

Tom’s school has got a lot of extra-school activities. Look at the timetable and listen to the text and say which activities Tom has, in your opinion.

Timetable

Monday

table tennis, cricket, swimming pool

Tuesday

Spanish club, choir, cooking club

Wednesday

orchestra, basketball, school theatre

Thursday

film club, design, swimming pool

Friday

football, orient dancing, fashion shows

Saturday

disco, choir, school theatre

Tom. I like a lot of things. Most of all I enjoy sports but only team games. I am fond of singing and listening to music. I can’t play any musical instrument but I would like to learn. Our school often holds different performances and I like to take part in them. I like dancing too but only break dancing. I also love drawing and learning languages.

Example: I think that on Friday Tom plays football (because he likes team games), but he doesn’t have orient dancing (because he likes break dancing).

6. Speaking

Do ex. 2, p. 23.

7. Speaking and writing

Do ex. 3, p. 23.

Complete the following sentences.

1. Someone who drives a car is a ... .

2. Someone who translates is a ... .

3. Someone who builds is a ... .

4. Someone who teaches is a ... .

5. Someone who dances is a ... .

6. Someone who sails is a ... .

7. Someone who bakes is a ... .

8. Someone who makes shoes is a ... .

9. Someone who creates computer programmes is a ... .

10. Someone who designs is a ... .

11. Someone who gives lectures is a ... .

12. Someone who presents news on TV is a ... .

13. Someone who reads books is a ... .

14. Someone who writes books is a ... .

8. Summary

What extra-school activities did you have during the last school year?

9. Homework

Write a short paragraph about your after school activities.

Start like this:

• I like... most of all, so I participate in... We...

Lesson 8. AFTER SCHOOL ACTIVITIES

Цілі: вдосконалювати навички вживання нових лексичних одиниць; навички аудіювання, усного мовлення й читання; розвивати мовну здогадку; виховувати зацікавленість у позашкільній діяльності.

Procedure

1. Warm-up

Match.

Are you

good at

acting?

swimming?

playing football?

singing?

playing the drums?

taking photos?

shooting films?

creatingprogrammes?

painting?

making airplane models?

speaking French?

Why not join our

Drama group?

Film club?

choir?

IT club?

football team?

orchestra?

swimming team?

Art club?

model aircraft club?

French club?

Photo club?

2. Grammar practice

Revise must, have to and needn’t. Choose the correct answer.

1. I ... go to see the doctor last week because I was very ill.

a) must

b) must to

c) had to

2. I ... go now because I am already late for my class.

a) must

b) had

c) have to

3. Do you ... clean the house every day or every week?

a) must

b) have

c) have to

4. They ... do their homework today because it is a holiday at the school.

a) must not

b) don’t have

c) don’t have to

5. He is terribly fat. He ... eat too much.

a) should

b) mustn’t

c) have to

6. Are you going to read the report? No, I.... I already know what it says.

a) needn’t

b) mustn’t

c) can’t

7. I ... leave the party early last night. I wasn’t very well.

a) must

b) had to

c) was to

Key: 1 c; 2 a; 3 c; 4 c; 5 b; 6 a; 7 b.

3. Listening

Listen to a short story and and do the task.

My friend Sam is a very busy person. When he isn’t doing his homework or studying he is out having quite a lot of activities.

On Mondays he goes swimming after school. He practices a lot because he is in the school team. Then on Wednesdays he goes to computer club. On Thursdays he plays chess and then on Fridays he meets his friends in the city centre.

At the weekend Sam always spends time with his family. He usually goes fishing with his dad and helps his mum with the shopping.

Answer the questions.

1. Is Sam very busy?

2. What team is he in?

3. What does he do on Wednesdays?

4. When does he meet his friends?

5. What board game does Sam like playing?

6. Who does Sam spend time with at the weekend?

7. What does he help his mother do?

4. Vocabulary practice

Practice the new words (p. 24) and give Ukrainian equivalents to them.

Complete the sentences.

1. I decided ... to the school rock band.

2. I’m going to ... the new car ... .

3. This ... booklet tells you everything you need to know about the place where you going.

4. I didn’t... her much anyway.

5. He is ... of the local tennis club.

6. I think we must... again and sing this song at last!

7. It was the major sporting ... of the year.

8. To improve my English I try ... speaking slowly and clearly.

9. I’m not too ... Physics.

10. My friends ... of becoming programmers.

Key: 1 join; 2 try out; 3 handy; 4 hang around with; 5 a member; 6 get together; 7 event; 8 to practise; 9 keen on; 10 dream.

5. Reading

Do ex. 4, p. 24.

6. Speaking

Do ex. 5, p. 25.

7. Summary

Do ex. 6, p. 25.

8. Homework

Choose any club from ex. 6, p. 25 and write why you would like to join it.

Lesson 9. MEETING ONLINE

Цілі: формувати навички вживання too/enough; вдосконалювати навички вживання нових лексичних одиниць; навички аудіювання, усного мовлення й читання; розвивати мовну здогадку; виховувати правильне ставлення до користування сучасними технологіями.

Procedure

1.Warm-up

Answer the questions.

1. What sources of information do you know?

2. What possibilities can we have with the help of mass media?

3. What is the fastest source of information?

4. Do you like reading newspapers?

5. Have you got a favourite radio/TV programme?

6. Do you prefer to watch films on TV or on your computer?

2. Listening

Listen to the text and do the task.

WHAT TV DOES TO CHILDREN

Many years ago scientists and doctors began serious study of the influence of television on children and young people. And now they say that after parents television has the greatest influence on children today.

Of course, watching TV has its good and bad sides. From TV children get information about the world, they learn new words and begin to use them in their speech.

But TV also influences the development of a child in a negative way. When children spend all day in front of TV sets they cannot usually find time to read, to play games outside, to talk to their parents and friends.

Some teachers say that children who watch TV every day talk too much at school at the lessons. They can’t talk at home while watching TV and so they began to talk at school.

TV influences the creative abilities of pupils. Pupils who watch TV a lot can’t understand an easy story without pictures, tables and illustrations.

Television usually makes children passive. When a child watches TV he lives the lives of TV heroes, he travels with them, does everything with them. But he is not doing anything he is just sitting in an armchair and watching TV.

When a child watches TV, everything seems very easy to him. And real life begins to seem very easy. He cannot work hard, because watching TV does not need hard work.

Say if the following statements true or false.

1. TV has only positive influence.

2. Children may learn everything from TV.

3. While watching TV children have no time for anything else.

4. Teachers believe that pupils talk too much at the lessons because of TV.

5. TV improves the creative abilities of pupils.

6. Children who watch TV a lot are very active.

7. Because of TV real life seems to children very easy.

3. Vocabulary practice

Practice the new words (p. 26) and give Ukrainian equivalents to them.

Complete the sentences.

1. He was really ... his exam results.

2. Wireless ... has a lot of advantages nowadays.

3. I ... telling you, but you don’t listen to met

4. ... your favorite songs by clicking here.

5. My parents take care of ray health and ... .

6. Teachers usually post the exam results on the notice board.

7. I need more ... .

8. It’s too ... for the kids to play in the street.

9. Don’t worry! It’s a ... journey.

10. ... is the study of people in society.

Key: 1 upset about; 2 networking; 3 keep; 4 Download; 5 safety; 6 post; 7 information; 8 dangerous; 9 safe; 10 Social science.

4. Listening

Do ex. 1, 2, p. 26.

5. Reading and speaking

Do ex. 3, 4, p. 27.

6. Grammar practice

Study the rule (p. 28). Here are some examples for practice and translation.

TOO

ENOUGH

He’s too angry about that incident.

He is too old to play football with the kids.

It’s too hot to wear that coat.

I was driving too fast.

Can Sally go to the party? No, she can’t. She is too tired.

I can’t buy this dress, it’s too expensive.

The bag was too heavy to carry it.

I put a scarf on because it was too cold. He speaks too quickly to understand him

Peter drove slowly enough for us to look at all the houses.

The students studied carefully enough to do well on the exam.

He’s rich enough to help us all.

I don’t think they are smart enough to take that class.

You’re not working fast enough.

We’re not walking quickly enough.

This room isn’t      for all the guests;

we’ll have to get a bigger one.

He isn’t old enough to watch this program

7. Writing

Fill in the correct word (too or enough).

1. I left the coffee for a minute to cool because it was ... hot to drink.

2. He wasn’t strong ... to lift that heavy box.

3. It is ... difficult to do for a little child.

4. I didn’t buy the car because it was ... expensive.

5. He didn’t work hard ... to pass the exam.

6. The photograph didn’t come out because it was ... dark.

7. She isn’t old ... to start driving.

Key: 1 too; 2 enough; 3 too; 4 too; 5 enough; 6 too; 7 enough.

8. Summary

Answer the questions.

1. Does the Internet help you with learning and doing your homework?

2. Have you joined any social networking site?

3. Do you post your photos?

4. How many hours a day do you spend on the computer?

9. Homework

Do ex. 5, p. 28.

Read the song, write down the sentences connected with using computers and add some of your own what you are going to do.

Lesson 10. SOCIAL NETWORKING

Цілі: формувати навички вживання too/enough; вдосконалювати навички вживання нових лексичних одиниць; навички аудіювання, усного мовлення й читання; розвивати мовну здогадку; виховувати правильне ставлення до користування сучасними технологіями.

Procedure

1.Warm-up

Answer the questions.

1. What is social networking?

2. Can you give any examples of social networking?

3. What are the most popular ones today?

4. What is your favourite social network?

5. Do you like to chat online?

6. How many of you use Facebook, VKontakte?

7. Do you ever get on the internet using your mobile phone?

2. Reading

Scan the information from a webpage and say if the following statements true or false.

1. Blogs, forums, and wikis are only some types of social media.

2. Social media lets people share information anywhere in the world.

3. Information overload is a problem only for people who dislike social media.

4. According to the article, social media is an important part of people’s lives.

Social media refers to blogs, forums, networks, wikis, and many other online sites and services. The main idea behind social media is that people around the world can easily and instantly share information and ideas through social interaction.

However, some people dislike social media. These opponents believe that the blogs and wikis, emails and text messages, etc. create information overload. In other words, there is too much information to read and understand. There is a constant fight for people’s attention.

In the world of today, social media has become an important part of society, mostly because of cheap Internet, mobile phones that let users surf the Internet and send emails, and a wide range of other services to share information. Even with the negatives, it’s not likely to disappear.

3. Writing

Do ex. 1, p. 29.

4. Grammar practice

Study the rule (p. 29). Here are some examples for practice and translation.

1. There aren’t enough policemen in our town.

2. Do you have enough information to help me with this problem?

3. I do not have too much time to prepare dinner.

4. My mum can’t sleep because she drinks too much coffee.

5. There is too much salt in this food.

6. There are too many students in this classroom.

7. I cannot come out this evening. I’ve got too much work to do.

8. I’m not sure we’ve got enough paper to print it.

5. Reading

Do ex. 2, p. 29.

7. Writing

Do ex. 3, 4, p. 29.

8. Summary

Take the survey and talk about it.

1. Do you have a Facebook account?

• Yes

• No

2. How many friends or connections do you have in your social network?

• 10

• 200

• 25

• 500

• 50

• 1,000

• 100

• 5,000+

3. How often do you check your social networking account(s)?

• Every 5 minutes

• Weekly

• Every 30 minutes

• Monthly

• Hourly

• Almost never

• Daily

4. What do you do MOST OFTEN in your social networks?

• Chat with friends

• Send messages and files

• Play games

• Find connections

• Post pictures

• Other

5. What things do you NOT like about social media?

• Privacy issues

• Can’t delete my old posts easily

• Irrelevant advertising

• Spam email

• Spam posts

• Internet scams or phishing

• Invites from people I don’t know 

• Other

6. Who do you accept friend requests from?

• People I know personally

• Anybody who wants to connect

• Friends of friends

7. What percentage of all your Facebook or Vkontakte friends do you actually meet “ in person” at least once a year?

• 0%

• 50%

• 10%

• 80%

• 25%

• 100%

8. Should school teachers create Facebook or Vkontakte pages to connect with their students?

• Yes

• Maybe

• No

9. Do you think social networking will be around in 5 years? Why or why not?

• Yes

• Perhaps

• No

10. What other social media sites do you use besides Facebook?

• Twitter

• StumbleUpon

• Instagram

• Google+

• SnapChat

• YouTube

7. Homework

Do ex. 5, p. 30.

Lesson 11. EXTRA-SCHOOL ACTIVITIES

Цілі: вдосконалювати навички вживання нових лексичних одиниць; навички аудіювання, усного мовлення й читання; розвивати мовну здогадку; виховувати зацікавленість у позашкільній діяльності.

Procedure

1.Warm-up

Do ex. 1, p. 31.

2. Speaking

Practise too and enough.

1. Have you ever eaten too much food?

2. What age is old enough to serve in the military?

3. What age is old enough to buy cigarettes and alcohol?

4. How much is too much money? Is it possible to have too much money?

5. Do you think designer brand name products are too expensive? (Gucci, Armani, D&G, etc.)

6. How about brand name products, are they too expensive? (Samsung, Sony, LG)

7. Have you ever been too afraid to do something?

8. Do you get enough exercise?

3. Reading

Do ex. 2, p. 32.

4. Writing

Make up sentences.

I’m

fond of

crazy about

mad about

keen on

good at

bad at

interested in

computers.

painting.

acting.

drawing.

cycling.

swimming.

playing football.

literature.

music.

photography.

shooting films.

meeting new people.

5. Listening and speaking

Practise the questions Are you fond of music? Then make up and practise short dialogues in pairs.

Example:

A. Are you good at drawing?

B. Yes, I like drawing and painting very much.

A. Do you want to join our Art Club?

B. And how do you spend time there?

A. We learn to draw and paint and go on trips to art museums.

B. It’s interesting. When do you usually meet?

A. On Wednesdays and Fridays.

6. Speaking

Do ex. 3, p. 33.

Use this chart to ask your partners about their likes and dislikes. Then tell about it.

— Do you like singing?

— Do you like surfing the net?

— Yes, I do./No, I don’t.

 

going

cycling

reading

books

painting

acting

taking

photos

surfing the net

playing the musical instruments

singing

Masha

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sasha

 

x

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ira

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Marina 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

8. Writing

Do ex. 1, p. 34.

Sample rules

• Text / chat with people you know

• Tell parents where you’re surfing

• Use anti-virus software

• Keep personal details secret

• Maximum privacy settings on Facebook

• Use child-friendly sites only

• No sharing of photos

• Always be skeptical of everything

9. Summary

Do ex. 5, p. 34.

10. Homework

Do ex. 2, p. 34.

Lesson 12. REVISION

Цілі: вдосконалювати навички вживання нових лексичних одиниць; вдосконалювати навички письма, усного мовлення й читання; розвивати мовну здогадку; виховувати відповідальне ставлення до школи, а також зацікавленість у розширенні своїх знань.               

Procedure

1.Warm-up

Noughts and crosses

1. Draw a 3 x 3 square grid, similar to the one above, on the board.

2. Divide the class into 2 teams.

3. Teams take it in turns to nominate a square.

4. Ask a question about school vocabulary.

5. If they get the answer right, the team’s symbol goes into the square (usually x or 0).

6. If they get the answer wrong, the opposition team gets a chance to answer the question for an extra turn.

7. The first team to have a line of correct answers in any direction is the winner.

Ps. Square number 5.

T. Where are usually your concerts held? (Assembly hall)

Sample questions:

1. A long narrow passage between classrooms which leads to the canteen, gym or another classroom. (Corridor)

2. What is outside your school where you play games? (Playground)

3. Where do you usually have lunch? (Canteen)

4. What do you need to translate a word? (Dictionary)

5. Where are usually your concerts held? (Assembly hall)

6. What is next to the staff room? (Own answer)

7. What is opposite the library? (Own answer)

8. Where do you usually have PE lessons? (Gym)

9. What floor is the computer room on? (Own answer)

10. What do you use for going from one floor of to another? (Stairs)

11. How do you call a door that you go through to enter the school? (Entrance door)

12. Where do you meet to sing in the choir? (Music classroom)

2. Reading

Do ex. 1, p. 35.

3. Grammar practice

Fill in the gaps with must or have to.

1. New drivers ... take a test in order to get a driver’s license. They have no choice.

2. A.... go to work today?

   B. No, I don’t because it’s Sunday.

3. John ... finish the report quickly because the deadline is today at 4 p.m.

4. A. Jennifer lost her passport. ... get a new one?

   B. No, she ... . She found it in her purse.

5. I’m sorry, Mom. I... call you back later. My mobile phone battery is dying.

6. We ... come to school in time. It’s the rule.

7. Sasha ... email her homework to her teacher because she forgot to take it to class yesterday.

8. A. Does Joseph ... study very much tonight?

   B. No, he doesn’t. He reviewed a lot last night and he understood everything well.

9. Barbara ... go to the supermarket because she doesn’t have enough food for dinner.

10. It’s too late. You ... return home alone.

Key: 1 must; 2 Do you have to; 3 has got to; 4 Did she have to, didn’t; 5 have to; 6 have to; 7 had to; 8 have to; 9 has got to; 10 mustn’t.

4. Writing

Do ex. 3, p. 35.

5. Grammar practice

Do ex. 4, p. 36.

Key:

2. The weather’s cold and this jacket isn’t warm enough for me.

3. You’ve got enough computer games.

4. I’ve got too much homework to do.

5. She was late for school because she didn’t get up early enough.

6. You eat too fast.

6. Reading and speaking

Do ex. 5, p. 36.

Key: 1 b; 2 a; 3 a; 4 b; 5 b; 6 b; 7 a; 8 a.

7. Summary

Answer the questions.

1. What’s your favorite subject?

2. Why do you like it?

3. Who is the teacher?

4. Which subjects are you good at?

5. Which subjects are you poor at?

6. Who is your favorite teacher?

7. What subject does he or she teach?

8. Why do you like him or her?

9. Do you have to wear a uniform to your school?

10. Do you like wearing a uniform?

11. Are you a member of a school club?

12. How often do you meet?

8. Homework

Imagine that you have a new form teacher. Prepare some questions to ask what you want to know.

Lesson 13. REVISION

Цілі: вдосконалювати навички вживання нових лексичних одиниць; навички письма, усного мовлення й читання; розвивати мовну здогадку; виховувати відповідальне ставлення до школи, а також зацікавленість у розширенні своїх знань.

Procedure

1.Warm-up

Name ten

Get students to think of ten items that fit a certain criteria. For example, name ten:

• sports that are played with a ball

• words connected with social networking

• things connected with art

• thing we use for learning at school

2. Speaking

Do ex. 6 (a), p. 38.

3. Listening

Do ex. 6(b), p. 38.

4. Reading and speaking

Do ex. 7, p. 39.

5. Speaking

Do ex. 8, p. 39.

Use the phrases from p. 33.

Sample questions for the discussion:

1. Is it dangerous to be online? Why?

2. Who warns you to be careful with the Internet?

3. Should you spend much time online?

4. In what ways should you use the Internet?

5. Do you sometimes use social media for school activities or assignments?

6. Are you distracted from your homework because of social media sites?

7. What kinds of things do you share on social media?

8. If your parents allowed you to access only one social media site, which one would it?

9. Do you like playing educational computer games?

6. Reading

Do ex. 9, p. 40.

7. Writing

Close your books and complete the text about extra-school activities.

Extra-school ... is a part of school life. ... often go to their children’s schools to see their ... . Sometimes the schools have ... of the pupils’ art or project work. Many schools have a school ... and an ... and they hold concerts. Plays at the end of each school... are also very ... . Some of the parents help ... with these ... .

8.Speaking

Choose the appropriate variant in your opinion, then listen to the answers and say if you agree with them.

1. Video games are better than TV or movies because:

a) players are active

b) video games are more educational

c) players can get more educational information

2. When a person plays a video game really well, he gets a reward. He also gets

a) compliments

b) the interest of the video company

c) to play the video game at a higher skill level

3. If you play a soccer video game, what is one thing the video game will NOT help you do:

a) think about soccer strategy

b) kick the ball

c) play the game

4. A problem with the most popular video games is:

a) they cause changes in mind and behavior

b) they reward people for doing violence to other people

c) There is too much sex and violence in most video games today

5. Video games are rated according to how appropriate they are for children. Who rates video games?

a) the companies who sell the games

b) the government

c) the public

6. Ratings are based on:

a) scientific studies done on video games

b) negative results of playing too much

c) whether the public thinks the content is good or bad

7. Video games for fitness are:

a) not as good as doing the real activity

b) just as good as doing the real activity

c) better than the real activity

Key: 1 a; 2 c; 3 b; 4 b; 5 a; 6 c; 7 a.

9. Summary

Answer the questions.

1. How do you use the Internet?

2. What are the positives of social media?

3. What are the negatives of social media?

4. Could you live without social media, the Internet, and mobile phones? Why / not?

10. Homework

Do ex. 10, p. 41.

Lesson 14. IT'S TIME FOR READING

Цілі: формувати лексичні навички; розвивати вміння читати й переказувати; вдосконалювати навички усного мовлення; розвивати логічне мислення.

Procedure

1.Warm-up

Answer the questions.

1. What social networking sites do you use?

2. What are some good points about social networking?

3. What are some bad points about social networking?

4. Do you have a Facebook page?

5. Do you use Twitter?

6. What information do you usually search for?

7. What kind of information are you comfortable releasing to the public?

8. Do your parents use social networking sites?

9. What type of information should you put on social networking sites?

2. Speaking

Answer the questions.

1. What stories do you prefer: funny or sad, amazing or horror?

2. How do you feel when you read a sad (funny) story?

3. Do you usually worry about characters?

3. Vocabulary practice

Explain the new words giggle, leaky, faucet, fix, a giggle box, break out and then ask to draw lines from the words on the left to the correct words on the write. Then write these sentences.

1) When she saw something unusual,

a) wash the vegetables

2) The drops of water was falling

b) so her friends called her a giggle box

3) Turn on the faucet and

c) of a leaking tap

4) The bike is broken

d) she started giggling

5) The story was so funny that

e) so you should fix it

6) She laughed a lot

f) she couldn’t stop breaking out laughing

Match the following words with their Ukrainian equivalents.

1) laugh

а) сумний

2) cry

b) ремонтувати

3) stairs

c) дзвінок

4) giggle

d) кран

5) a bell

e) плакати

6) sad

f) сходи

7) a giggle box

g) гоготати

8) faucet

h) дзвонити

9) fix

і) сміятись

10) ring

j) людина, що постійно сміється

4.Reading

Do ex. 1, p. 42.

Ask pupils to read the text for gist and answer the questions:

1. What is the story about?

2. What are the main characters’ names?

Ask pupils to read the story again and do ex. 2, p. 43.

5. Writing

Rearrange the sentences according to the text.

• Dana always cried too much when the story was sad.

• Dana hated stories.

• In fact, Dana liked stories very much.

• Dana asked her teacher to let her leave reading lessons.

• Dana always laughed too much when the story was funny.

6. Speaking

Do ex. 3, p. 43.

7. Speaking

Do ex. 4, p. 23.

8. Summary

Ask pupils to retell the story sentence by sentence one by one.

9. Homework

Retell the story very shortly in the written form.

Unit 2. AT HOME

Lesson 15. 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.

Practise 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 16. 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 17. 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 18. 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 19. HOUSEHOLD CHORES

Цілі: 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 20. 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.

Lesson 21. MY TYPICAL DAY

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

Procedure

1.Warm-up

Answer the questions.

1. Do your parents ask you to do chores?

2. How many chores do you usually do?

3. Which chores are the worst?

4. Which chores do you prefer?

2. Speaking

Work in pairs

Interview a classmate about his/her chores.

 

every day

every week

sometimes

Do you have to do chores?

What do you have to do every day?

How often?

Do you like it?

 

 

 

3. Writing

Do ex. 4, p. 60 (homework).

Write what makes these girls and you do different jobs? Add your own variants.

... wants to

... likes to

I want to

I like to

help other people.

get a good experience

make people happy.

do something useful.

Write three things you like and three things you don’t like about housework.

LIKE

DISLIKE

1. ...

1. ...

2. ...

2. ...

3. ...

3. ...

Speak about it.

• I think household jobs are boring because...

• I like doing housework because...

3. Vocabulary practice

Do ex. 5, p. 61.

4. Reading

Do ex. 6, p. 62.

5. Listening

Listen to the dialogue and do the task.

SATURDAY’S CHORES

Daniel. Dad. Can I go outside to play?

Dad. Well, have you done your Saturday’s chores?

Daniel. Ah, Dad. Do I have to?

Dad. Well, you know the rules. No playing until the work is done.

Daniel. So, what is my work?

Dad. Well, first you have to clean the bathroom including the toilet. And don’t forget to scrub the bathtub.

Daniel. No, I want to do the family room.

Dad. Well, okay, but you have to vacuum the family room and the hall, and be sure to dust everything. Oh, and don’t forget to wipe the walls and clean the cupboards. And after that sweep and mop the kitchen floor and be sure to polish the table in the living room.

Daniel. Oh, no!

Dad. And make your bed and pick up all your CDs and put them away. And...

Daniel. Daddy, am I Cinderella?!

Dad. No, but how about going out for lunch and getting a big milk shake, but you probably don’t want to do that, Cinderella?

Daniel. Ok, ok! I want to.

Dad. So, while you’re doing your work, I’ll go outside to rake leaves and wash the car.

Choose the correct answer.

1. What does the boy want to do at the beginning of the conversation?

a) go play outside 

b) watch TV

c) play video games

2. What is one thing the boy is NOT assigned to do around the house?

a) clean the garage

b) vacuum the floors

c) wash the walls

3. What does the boy have to do in his bedroom?

a) put away his books 

b) make his bed

c) pick up his dirty clothes

4. What is the father going to do while the boy is doing his household chores?

a) wash the car 

b) paint the house

c) work in the yard

5. Where will the father and son go after the housework is done?

a) to a movie 

b) out to eat

c) to a ball game

Key: 1 a; 2 a; 3 b; 4 c; 5 b.

6. Speaking

Do ex. 7, p. 62.

7. Writing

Do ex. 1, p. 63.

8. Summary

Do ex. 8, p. 63.

9. Homework

Do ex. 2, p. 63.

Lesson 22. ALL ABOUT FOOD

Цілі: вдосконалювати навички усного мовлення з опорою на лексико-граматичні структури, навички аудіювання й читання; формувати навички вживання нових лексичних одиниць; виховувати відповідальне ставлення до вживання їжі.

Procedure

1.Warm-up

With which country do you associate the following food and drink?

1) pudding

a) Brazil / Columbia

2) borscht

b) Japanese

3) hamburgers

c) Ukraine

4) coffee

d)Italy

5) gazpacho

e) Turkey

6) sushi

f) England

7) spaghetti

g) India

8) chicken curry

h)France

9) kebabs

i) the USA

10) champagne

j) Spain

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

2. Speaking

Do ex. 1 (a), p. 64.

Answer the question.

1. Do you think you eat a healthy diet?

2. What do you think makes a healthy diet?

3. Reading

Do ex. 1 (b), p. 64.

4. Vocabulary practice

What diet is healthy and what is unhealthy in your opinion?

Complete the chart below with the items from the text (p. 64) and add some of your own.

Some ideas:

Meat, fish, eggs, beans, boiled potatoes and jacket potatoes, bread, rice, pasta, milk and dairy foods, fruit and vegetable juice, low-fat meat, fresh vegetables, frozen vegetables, cakes and biscuits, dried fruit, unsalted nuts, peanut and raisin mixes, unsalted popcorn, yoghurts, snacks such as crisps, salted nuts, onion rings and rice crackers, chocolates, ginger root, spinach, garlic and onions, chicken soup, plenty of grains, cereals, food and drinks that are high in fat and/or sugar, food that is high in fibre, bread, hamburgers.

Healthy diet

Unhealthy diet

 

 

Practise the vocabulary

We should eat

We shouldn’t eat

We should drink

We shouldn’t drink

fresh fruit

dried fruit

fresh /frozen vegetables

meat

fish

dairy foods

unsalted nuts

salted nuts

many sweets

coffee

sparkling mineral

water

non-sparkling mineral water

fizzy sweet drinks

different snacks

bread

fresh juice

packed juice

cereals

because

they are a vital source of vitamins and minerals.

they are high in fibre content.

it’s a good source of protein.

they provide vitamins, minerals and complex carbohydrates.

they are low in fat.

it’s bad for our teeth.

we can get overweight.

it is good for your brain.

it is good for your spirits.

you can be at risk for high blood pressure.

Example:

• We should eat fresh fruit and vegetables because they are a vital source of vitamins and minerals and they are high in fibre content.

• We should eat meat because it’s a good source of protein as well as fish, eggs and beans.

• We shouldn’t eat too many sweets because it’s bad for our teeth and we can get overweight.

• We shouldn’t drink too much coffee because we can be at risk for high blood pressure.

• We should eat cereals because they provide vitamins, minerals and complex carbohydrates.

• We should drink non-sparkling mineral water because it’s useful for our skin.

5. Speaking

Do ex. 2, p. 65.

6. Reading

Do ex. 3, p. 65.

Key:

1. For more energy

2. For better concentration

3. Power foods

4. For stronger immunity

5. For clearer skin 

6. For white teeth

7. Vocabulary practice

Do ex. 5, p. 67.

Key: a healthier; b fried; c cereal; d repair; e increase; f pimple; g grilled; h walnuts.

8. Summery

Answer the questions.

• What do we need for more energy /for better concentration /for stronger immunity /for clearer skin /for white teeth?

9. Homework

Do ex. 6, p. 68.

Lesson 23. YOU ARE WHAT YOU EAT

Цілі: вдосконалювати навички усного мовлення з опорою на лексико-граматичні структури, навички письма й читання; формувати навички вживання нових лексичних одиниць; виховувати відповідальне ставлення до вживання їжі.

Procedure

1.Warm-up

Answer the questions.

1. Do you like breakfast cereals?

2. What do you usually have for breakfast?

3. What would you like to eat for breakfast?

4. Do you think breakfast is the most important meal of the day?

5. Why do you think many children do not eat healthier breakfasts?

2. Writing

Practise the vocabulary from p. 67.

I like

I don’t like

I eat

I think we should eat

I don’t think we

should eat

fried eggs

boiled rice

roast chicken

meat

grilled fish

too much fat food

too many packaging

snacks

enough carrots

enough fish

carbohydrate-containing foods

organic food

for breakfast

for lunch

for dinner

during a day

as much

as possible

because

they are full of protein.

it is low in fat.

it smells delicious.

it has iron, zinc, and В vitamins.

it increases our immunity.

it can increase our risk for some illnesses.

they provide calories.

they are good for our eyes.

it has zinc that improves our memory.

they give us energy.

it doesn’t contain chemicals.

3. Vocabulary practice

Do ex. 1, p. 69.

Practise the new vocabulary. Make up sentences using the table.

 

a knife

 

spread

the salad.

 

a fork

 

mix

it into the cup.

 

a tablecloth

 

cut

some bread.

 

some sausages

 

fry

some water.

 

some vegetables

 

slice

the table with it.

You should take

a spoon

and

chop

them in the pot.

some meat

boil

some tea.

 

a teapot

 

prepare

some potatoes.

 

a kettle

 

serve

them with the meat.

 

some water

 

pour

them for the salad.

 

some onions

 

mash

for the pie.

 

a banana

 

peel

the orange in half.

4. Writing

Do ex. 2, p. 69.

5. Reading

Do ex. 3, p. 70.

6.Vocabulary practice

Do ex. 4, p. 70.

7. Speaking

Answer the questions.

• What conies to mind when you hear the term “junk food”? How often do you eat junk food?

Complete the chart. What is smart food and what is junk food in your opinion? Yogurt, potato chips, water, colas, low fat milk, bananas, cheese, chili peppers, ice cream, packaging fruit drinks, cucumbers, cakes and cookies, sugar-coated cereal.

Smart food

Junk food

 

 

8. Reading and speaking

Read some children’s answers as for eating junk food and tell about your attitude to this problem. Do you eat junk food? If so, what kind do you eat?

Angela (the UK). What junk foods do I eat? I like potato chips, chocolates, candy bars but these days because of diets though I don’t usually eat a lot, but of course during the party with my friends we always buy lots and lots of junk food and we’ll finish in an hour. Actually I like it, but I’m controlling myself right now.

Fritz (Germany). The junk food I tend to eat is gummy bears because I like, like the gummy kind of candy, gummy bears, sour patch kids, but I don’t think I eat too much junk food because I don’t eat too much cake, chocolate, cookies, and the dairy product section, so but if I had to pick a junk food that I eat the most, it’s sweets like gummy bears, starbursts, skittles.

Cathy (England). How much junk food? Well, actually I try really hard not to eat junk food. I try to go for a long time without eating crips and chocolate and cakes, but often I tend to ignore that and eat them anyway. I think it goes in phases. For a long time I’ll not have any and then for a week or two weeks I will eat cake, cake, cake, chocolate, crisps, all of the time, so maybe, certainly at those time I eat too much. The rest of the time, no, I think it’s OK.

Olga (Australia). I don’t eat junk food, sweet junk food, so I’m actually lying, I don’t eat sweet junk food. I like McDonalds breakfast, but any other things to do with junk food I’m not really partial too. I like chocolate occasionally, but very bitter chocolate. I quite like eating cooking chocolate bars.

Rodger (Canada). What junk food do I eat? Well, I enjoy potato chips and chocolate and cookies. I’m actually what you call a junk food fanatic. I enjoy eating junk food. I try not to eat too much of it. I used to eat more of it when I was younger, but I’ve kind of trimmed it down a little bit, and I got older, however, I still enjoy a good bag of potato chips while I watch TV, or a chocolate bar occasionally, after lunch or dinner, so I would say. I enjoy junk food but I try not to eat too much of it now.

Ian (the USA). Actually, I don’t eat a lot of junk food, but I try to keep pretty healthy with what I eat, but if I slip and I do eat any food that’s not healthy it’s usually fast food. Like I almost never eat at McDonald’s, but if I’m really hungry, or I’m really broke and don’t have a lot of money, or I just want something fast, I might drop in a McDonalds, once every two weeks or something like that.

9. Summary

Answer the questions.

1. How do you understand the expression “You are what you eat”?

2. Does junk food or good quality healthy food make you happier?

10. Homework

Do ex. 5, p. 71.

Lesson 24. CAN YOU SET OUT A FESTIVE TABLE?

Цілі: вдосконалювати навички усного мовлення з опорою на лексико-граматичні структури, навички аудіювання й читання; вдосконалювати навички вживання нових лексичних одиниць; виховувати культуру спілкування та поведінки за столом.

Procedure

1.Warm-up

Do ex. 1, p. 71.

2. Speaking

Practise the vocabulary

Make up short dialogues using the pictures.

— Have you sliced the tomatoes yet? — Yes, certainly.

— Not yet. It’ll be ready in a minute.

The following expressions may be useful: slice the bread; boil the water; peel the onions; peel the oranges; mash the potatoes; bake the pie; chop the carrots; mix the salad; fry the fish; pour the milk; prepare the breakfast; wash the peppers; cut the meat; clean the oven; grill the meat.

3. Listening

Do ex. 2, p. 72.

4. Vocabulary practice

Study the table “place settings” at the top of p. 73 and answer the questions.

1. What do you eat soup with?

2. What do you eat meat (fish) with?

3. What do you cut bread (meat, fish) with?

4. What do you eat bread with?

5. What do you put on the table for breakfast (dinner, supper)?

6. What do you drink water with?

7. What do you clean your hands and lips during a meal with?

5. Reading and speaking

Do ex. 3, p. 72.

6. Vocabulary practice

You may add more items.

Example: We use glasses for drinking water, cola, juice, milk, etc.

 

an oven

 

 

our lips and hands

 

glasses

 

drinking

salad

 

wineglasses

 

baking

bread

 

spoons

 

eating

meat

 

a teapot

 

making

fish

We use

a kettle

 

frying

oranges

 

a frying pan

for

cutting

water

 

knives

boiling

tea

 

a pot

 

mixing

lemons

 

a bowl

 

spreading

onions

 

napkins

 

chopping

cheese

 

a fork

 

slicing

pizza

 

a tablecloth

 

cleaning

the table

 

a cup

 

 

soup

7.Writing

Complete table manners with “Don’t” where necessary.

1. ...begin eating until everyone is served.

2. ...talk with your mouth full.

3. ...chew with your mouth closed.

4. ...keep your napkin on your lap.

5. ...rest your elbows on the table.

6. ...ask politely for things to be passed if you cannot reach them.

7. ...complain about the food.

8. ...lick your fingers or your knife.

9. ...pick your teeth or smack your lips.

10. ...ask to be excused when you have finished eating and want to leave the table.

8. Reading

Jigsaw reading

Cut out and shuffle the parts of the list of Do’s and Don’ts. Students in pairs have to sort out the cards to make the list up.

Sit facing the table...

...don’t sit sideways

After stirring your tea...

...remove the spoon and place it on the saucer

Don’t use the spoon for...

...what can be eaten with a fork

Don’t put your knife...

...into your mouth

Cut your meat into small pieces...

...one piece at a time

If your food is too hot...

...don’t blow on it

Try to make as little noise as possible...

...when eating

Don’t sip your soup as though you wanted...

...the whole house to hear

Don’t talk...

...with your mouth full

Don’t put your elbows...

...on the table

Don’t forget to say “thank you”...

...for every favour and kindness

9. Summary

Tell the class about your daily meals and your favourite food:

• how many times a day you have meals;

• what you usually have for breakfast (dinner);

• if you have lunch at school;

• if you cook yourself at home;

10. Homework

Do ex. 4, p. 73.

Lesson 25. A LITTLE OR A FEW

Цілі: формувати навички вживання a little/a few; вдосконалювати навички усного мовлення, аудіювання й читання; вдосконалювати навички вживання нових лексичних одиниць; виховувати доброзичливе ставлення до співрозмовника.

Procedure

1.Warm-up

Answer the questions.

1. What is food for many people?

2. What do you think about fast food? Is it useful?

3. How do you feel about eating meat?

4. Do you think that food nowadays is safe?

5. How important is cooking and eating food for you?

6. Do you prefer cooking for friends at home or going to the restaurant?

2. Speaking

Match the opposites and give Ukrainian equivalents.

1) dry wine

a) stale bread

2) fresh bread

b) tender meat

3) a heavy meal

c) a thick soup

4) tough meat

d) overcooked vegetables

5) a well-done steak

e) hard drinks

6) undercooked vegetables

f) raw fish

7) cooked fish

g) a light meal

8) a clear soup

h) sweet wine

9) soft drinks

i) a rare steak

3. Listening

Listen to the text and do the task.

NEWTON’S DINNER

One day a gentleman wanted to see Sir Isaac Newton just before dinner time. Newton was busy and worked in his study. The visitor sat down in the diningroom and waited for Newton. Soon the servant brought in Newton’s dinner. It was a chicken in a covered dish. An hour passed and Newton didn’t come. The gentleman began to feel hungry. He lifted the cover, saw the chicken and began to eat. Then he covered the dish and told the servant to boil another chicken. But before the second chicken was ready, Newton went in to have his dinner. Seeing the gentleman Newton said: “I beg your pardon, sir, but allow me to have my dinner first, as I’m hungry”. Then he lifted the cover, but finding the dish empty, he said: “Oh, I remember, I had my dinner already”.

Say if the following statements true or false.

1. It was dinner time.

2. A young lady visited Newton before it.

3. Newton had already had his dinner before.

4. The servant had cooked chicken soup with vegetables.

5. The visitor was invited by Newton to share the dinner with him.

6. The servant was asked to boil one more chicken.

7. There was no chicken on the dish when Newton saw it.

4.Grammar practice

Do ex. 1, p. 74.

5. Writing

List the items under A FEW or A LITTLE below.

Tickets, glass of water, bread, milk, homework, pencils, friends, coffee, cash, coins, sugar, spoon of sugar, people, hours, milk, problems, hair, plate of food, food, relatives, books, tea, juice, children.

A FEW

A LITTLE

 

 

6. Reading

Do ex. 2, p. 74.

7. Speaking

Do ex. 3, p. 75.

8. Grammar practice

Complete the sentences with a little or a few.

1. I’ve got... money. Let’s have coffee.

2. I’ve got... stamps that you can use.

3. I’ve got... time. Do you want to talk?

4. She can speak ... Spanish.

5. I write ... letters every week.

6. We had ... rain last night.

7. They made ... mistakes, but it was OK.

8. Let’s go outside for ... fresh air.

9. There are ... new hotels since you last visited.

Key: 1 a little; 2 a few; 3 a little; 4 a little; 5 a few; 6 a little; 7 a few; 8 a little; 9 a few.

9. Summary

Work in pairs

Using the questions below make up your dialogues.

1. How many brothers / sisters do you have?

2. How many relatives do you have?

3. How much money does gas cost?

4. How many hours do you sleep?

5. How many books do you read in a year?

6. How many close friends do you have?

7. How many hours do you study?

8. How much fruit do you eat?

9. How many vegetables do you have for dinner?

10. Homework

Do ex. 4, p. 75.

Lesson 26. WRITING A RECIPE

Цілі: вдосконалювати навички усного мовлення, аудіювання, письма и читання; навички вживання нових лексичних одиниць; виховувати доброзичливе ставлення до співрозмовника; розвивати культуру спілкування та поведінки за столом.

Procedure

1.Warm-up

A chain game “In my cupboard"

One student begins by saying a sentence and the next student in turn adds to the sentence, repeating what has gone before in the same order.

Example:

S1. In my cupboard there are some forks.

S2. In my cupboard there are some forks and some cups...

2. Listening and speaking

Do ex. 1, p. 76.

3. Writing and speaking

Do ex. 2, p. 76.

4. Reading and speaking

Do ex. 3, p. 77.

5. Speaking

Work in pairs. How to make an incredible sandwich

Follow the example and use your own variants.

— Well, would you like a sandwich?

— Yeh, sure.

— Which bread would you like?

— Grain, please.

— Any ketchup?

— A little.

— How much lettuce?

— Not much.

— Now many slices of chicken?

— A lot, please.

— How much red pepper?

— A little.

— How many olives?

— A few, please.

— Any salt and pepper?

— Not much.

— And how much cheese would you like?

— A lot, of course!

6. Reading

Do ex. 4, p. 78.

7. Writing

Write your own recipe of any simple dish.

8.Speaking

Do ex. 5, p. 78.

Sample dialogue:

— I’m going to have a party next week. There will be a lot of guests. Could you help me with shopping?

— Yes, certainly. What would you like to get?

— I need some tomatoes and cheese.

— Oh, will it be Italian food? Do you need some meat?

— Yes, I’m going to cook lasagna. I need some milk too.

— Do you think half a litre will be enough?

— No, I know exactly, more than half a litre is enough according to the recipe.

— What about some juice?

— You may buy a carton of orange juice and some cola.

— Why don’t we buy some ice cream?

— Yes, sure, that’s a great idea.

9. Writing

Do ex. 1, p. 79.

Translation.

Chop the cabbage, potatoes, carrots and put them into the stock. Let them boil for 10 minutes. Then chop a beetroot and add it to the vegetables. Let them boil. Meanwhile, warm some butter on the frying pan, chop the onions and let them fry until they become golden. Add some sour cream and mashed tomatoes to them. Let it boil. Then pour it to the pot. Add vinegar and salt. Chop parsley and fennel and put it into a plate before serving.

10. Summary

Do ex. 6, p. 79.

Use the following model:

• This fork is used for meat.

11. Homework

Do ex. 2, p. 79.

Read the story ex. 1, p. 85.

Lesson 27. REVISION

Цілі: вдосконалювати навички усного мовлення, аудіювання, письма и читання; навички вживання нових лексичних одиниць; розвивати логічне мислення; виховувати відповідальне ставлення до своїх обов'язків.

Procedure

1.Warm-up

Vocabulary revision

You don’t need anything except a blackboard and a few pieces of paper. Divide the class into teams of 5 kids and seat each team around a desk. Each group must have a piece or two of blank paper and one student in each group will need to be a secretary. Next, evenly spaced out on the board you need to write Team 1, Team 2, Team 3, etc., depending on how many teams you have. Big groups are fine.

How to play: The groups will have just one minute to “brainstorm” and write on their piece of paper as many English words related to household chores and food as they can. After one minute announce time is up and make sure the writing stops. Then find out which team can go first and ask the chosen team to tell you one word — just one word from their brainstorm list. You will then clearly pronounce the word and write it beneath their team number on the board. Then in turn ask the other teams for one word from their lists. Now here’s the catch and the “rummy” part of the game. Once a word has been written on the board another team may not use it, even if they have that word on their brainstorm list. Keep asking each team in turn for a word keep writing it on the board until they run out of words. The team with the most words wins.

2. Reading and speaking

Do ex. 1, p. 80.

3. Writing and peaking

Work in pairs

Complete the lay out, follow it and tell how you help at home.

A. Good afternoon, ... . Which chores do you like to do at home?

B. Hello, ... . I like to ... and ... .

How do you help your mum at home?

A. I help my mum ... and ... . How do you help your family at home?

B. I help my dad ... and ... . Which chore do you like best?

A. I like to ... . Which chore do you like best?

B. I like to ... .

A. Ok. I will see you later. I must walk the dog.

4. Vocabulary practice

Make up sentences.

Let

the potatoes

the meat

the cake

the cabbage

the onions

the chicken

the milk

the bread

the biscuits

the mushrooms

the stock

boil

fry

bake

grill

roast

for twenty minutes.

for half an hour.

several minutes.

until they become golden.

4.Speaking

Do ex. 2, p. 80.

5. Reading

Do ex. 3, p. 81.

6. Grammar practice

Do ex. 4, p. 81.

7. Reading

Read the text and do the task.

A newly published report says that girls should eat breakfast every day if they want to stay slim. Some researchers followed the eating habits and weight of nearly 2,400 girls. The conclusion of the findings was that teenage girls who ate cereal for breakfast three times a week or more were more likely to stay slim.

It was proved that “cereal consumption had positive effects on the girls”. This is because cereals contain high levels of calcium and fiber and low levels of fat and cholesterol. The researchers suggest that there are other reasons why eating cereal may help girls stay slimmer. One factor is that other healthy things are usually had with cereal, such as milk and juice. Researchers also concluded that cereals help girls to get the right amounts of nutrients.

Say if the following statements true or false.

1. A new diet breakfast cereal has become popular with girls.

2. Researchers followed the eating habits of 2,400 girls for ten years.

3. Girls must eat cereal every day to stay slim.

4. Cereal consumption had positive effects on the girls.

5. Cereal is very high in cholesterol.

6. Milk and juice must be drunk with cereal for people to lose weight.

7. Cereal consumption helps girls get the right amounts of nutrients.

Key: 1 F; 2 T; 3 F; 4 T; 5 F; 6 F; 7 T.

8. Summary

Do you agree with these opinions on teenagers and weight?

1. People worry too much about kids’ weight.

2. Food companies should be more responsible and stop selling unhealthy food.

3. Kids shouldn’t worry about their weight.

4. Cereals are boring.

5. It’s difficult to make sure kids get a good breakfast in today’s busy world.

6. Kids should eat breakfast with their family.

7. Kids want to eat the delicious things they see on television.

9. Homework

Write about your daily diet.

What is the most important meal of the day for you? Do you ever skip breakfast? Which of these things would you like to eat in the morning / in the evening?

• cereal

• eggs 

• rice

• toast

• fried potatoes 

• sandwiches

 fish

• pancakes

• nothing

• a glass of juice

• a cup of coffee

Lesson 28. IT'S TIME FOR READING

Цілі: вдосконалювати навички вживання нових лексичних одиниць й навички вимови; вдосконалювати навички читання й усного мовлення; розвивати логічне мислення; виховувати почуття відповідальності і любов до праці.

Procedure

1.Warm-up

What should teenagers do to stay at a healthy weight?

• never skip breakfast

• always have lunch

• do exercise

• be active at the weekends

• eat much fast food

• often keep diets

• take pills

• spend a lot of time on television and computer games

2. Grammar practice

Do ex. 5, p. 81.

3. Reading and writing

Do ex. 6, p. 82.

4. Reading and speaking

Do ex. 7, 8, p. 82-84

5. Speaking

Make up short dialogues on everyday situations.

1. You haven’t washed the cups yet! — I have. Look into the cupboard, I’ve put them right away.

• the plates 

• the pots

• the dishes

2. I need a spoon. Where can I take a clean one? — I’m afraid nowhere. We’ve used up all of them.

• a fork

• a glass

• a cup 

• a napkin

3. I’m so tired today to wash all these plates and dishes. — But you have to. You shouldn’t pile knives and forks them all around, cups and glasses

• pans and frying pans 

• vases and ashtrays

• kettles and teapots

6. Listening

Do ex. 9, p. 84.

How to make a vegetable soup

• Take and wash some potatoes, carrots, a cabbage and an onion.

• Wash the meat and put it into the pot.

• Cut the vegetables.

• Put some salt into the soup.

7. Reading

Do ex. 1, p. 85.

Ask pupils to read the text for gist and answer the questions.

1. Who wrote the story?

2. What is the story about?

3. What are the main characters?

Ask pupils to read the story again and give English equivalents to the following Ukrainian words and expressions.

Жити самотньо; почуватися голодним; залишити до наступного вечора; бути вдвічі голодним; забирати часу вдвічі довше; складати в купу; бути повним; виявляти; попільничка; увесь, цілий; вантажівка; газова плита.

Practise the vocabulary

Write out all the items which can be used to make food and to eat meals.

A game

A pupil names one of the dirty items which has been mentioned in the story. The next pupil repeats it and names his own one. The third person names the two previous and name his own one. The winner is that one who would repeat all the items correctly.

Start like this:

• He piled dirty vases everywhere.

• He piled dirty vases and a kettle everywhere.

8. Speaking

Do ex. 2, p. 87.

9. Summary

Do ex. 5, p. 87.

10. Homework

1. Retell the story from the part of the main character (ex. 4, p. 87). Start like this:

• I live alone and I have to do everything myself. One night I was so hungry that...

2. Do ex. 3, p. 87.

3. Write a short summary of the story using the answers in ex. 2, p. 87 like cues.

Lesson 29. LISTENING COMPREHENSION

Цілі: перевірити рівень умінь учнів з аудіювання.

Procedure

Listen to the text and do the tasks.

PRINCE HARRY

Prince Henry Charles Albert David, born on September 15, 1984 at St Mary’s Hospital, in central London, is third in line of succession to the throne, behind his father, the Prince of Wales, and his elder brother, Prince William. He’s been outgoing and fun-loving boy ever since he was a kid. His mother, Princess Diana, was determined that her sons should enjoy a “normal” lifestyle, and the three were often seen at amusement parks, going into McDonald’s restaurants or the cinema.

Harry attended the same schools as William, and in September 1998, he followed his elder brother to Eton, the most famous private school in Britain, Founded in 1440 by Henry VI, Eton College has given Britain 20 prime ministers and quite a few outstanding poets and writers.

Harry wasn’t as academically gifted as his brother William, but he earned a place at Eton and became instantly popular with his fellow students. His academic achievements were not outstanding, but he was excellent at sports and arts. Prince Harry plays rugby, football and cricket, enjoys swimming and skiing and is an excellent polo player.

Like his father, Harry loves painting. He is a talented artist and has had his work exhibited at the school.

In June 2003 Harry left Eton College.

Say if the following statements true or false.

1. Prince Harry was born in 1974.

2. Prince Harry is a cheerful boy.

3. His mother wanted him to live like ordinary people.

4. Harry attended one of modern schools.

5. Harry had great results in studying.

6. Harry is good at sports.

Fill in the gaps.

Popular, painting, private, outstanding, elder, arts

1. Prince William is Prince Harry’s ... brother.

2. Prince Harry attended the ... school.

3. Eton College is famous for its ... graduates.

4. At school Harry became very ... .

5. Harry is excellent at... .

6. Prince Charles loves ... .

Answer the questions.

1. When was Prince Harry born?

2. Where did they use to go with their mother?

3. When was Eton College founded?

4. Did Harry study as well as his brother?

5. What kinds of sports does he go in for?

6. When did he leave Eton?

Lesson 30. SPEAKING

Цілі: перевірити рівень умінь учнів з усного мовлення.

Procedure

Choose any of the following topics and speak of it.

In and out of school

  What’s your favorite subject?

  Why do you like it?

  Who is the teacher?

  Which subjects are you good at?

  Which subjects are you poor at?

  Who is your favorite teacher?

  What subject does he or she teach?

  Why do you like him or her?

  Do you have to wear a uniform to your school?

  Do you like wearing a uniform?

  Are you a member of a school club?

  How often do you meet?

  What social networking sites do you use?

  What are some good points about social networking?

  What are some bad points about social networking?

  Do you have a Facebook page?

  Do you use Twitter?

  What information do you usually search for?

  What kind of information are you comfortable releasing to the public?

  Do your parents use social networking sites?

  What type of information should you put on social networking sites?

At home

  What daily household jobs have you got?

  Do you like to help your mother?

  Can you clean the flat?

  Have you got many flowers at home? Do you water them?

  Do you help to lay the table?

  Do you go to the shops and buy food?

  What can you buy in the shops yourself?

  How often do you go to the market?

  Who does most of the household chores in your family?

  Do you like any of household chores?

  How often do you help you parents?

  How much time does it take you to clean your room (do the washing up, etc.)?

  Have you ever done any repairing yourself?

  Do you like doing something yourself?

  What do you like to do most?

  Do you like gardening?

  How do you feel about your duties?

  What should teenagers do to stay at a healthy weight?

  What is food for many people?

  What do you think about fast food? Is it useful?

  Do you think that food nowadays is safe?

  How important is cooking and eating food for you?

  Do you prefer cooking for friends at home or going to the restaurant?

Lesson 31. READING

Цілі: перевірити рівень умінь учнів з читання.

Procedure

Read the text and do the tasks.

WHY DON’T BRITISH SCHOOLCHILDREN WANT TO EAT FRUIT AND VEGETABLES?

There are many problems that British schools are facing today. One of them is making sure that schoolchildren eat healthy food.

Gone are the days when children were thrilled with excitement at the thought of Christmas treats like oranges and tangerines or simple desserts like rice pudding. Nowadays any fruit and vegetables under the sun can be bought in supermarkets all the year round. There is only one problem with that — fruit and vegetables that are bought out of season have very little taste. On the contrary, sugar drinks like Coke and numerous varieties of flavoured crisps are full of flavour — and chemicals additives! Also, most British mums of today work full time and the last thing they want to do when they get home is cook. Supermarkets are here to “help” — pre-package and ready-made meals have filled their shelves.

As a result, many schoolchildren would rather go hungry than eat fruit or vegetables instead of the more familiar crisps, burgers and chips.

There’s nothing wrong with having a can of Coke every now and then but four cans a day is asking for trouble. Did you know that a can of Coke contains about eight teaspoons of sugar and artificial sweeteners? As a result, many modern kids suffer from such illnesses as diabetes, cancer and tooth decay. And, of course, there are more and more children who are extremely overweight.

In Britain, children can either choose to bring their own lunch or buy their lunch at school. Children from poorer families can have free school dinners but many of them don’t take them for various reasons.

Say if the following statements true or false.

1. Many years ago children couldn’t even dream about pineapples.

2. Nowadays you can buy pineapples when you wish.

3. In supermarkets fruit and vegetables are tasty and full of vitamins all the year round.

4. A lot of pre-package and ready-made meals contain chemical additives.

5. Many schoolchildren would rather eat some salad than stay hungry.

6. You should never have Coke. It’s harmful.

7. Coke contains a lot of unhealthy things.

8. Fast food and Coke can cause dangerous illnesses and overweight.

9. In Britain children can have lunch only at school.

Complete the sentences.

Tastiest, illnesses, tastier, chemicals, cooking, healthy

1. Children should have only ... without... .

2. Many years ago fruit and vegetables were ... than nowadays they are.

3. The ... meal is that one which you’ve done yourself just before serving.

4. An ad says: “You have no time for ...? Come to our supermarket — we’ll help you!”

5. Cola can cause many ... .

Answer the questions.

1. Why don’t children like fruit and vegetables nowadays?

2. Why do most mums prefer ready-made meals?

3. What is wrong with Cola?

4. What is the reason of different illnesses and overweight among children?

Lesson 32. WRITING

Цілі: перевірити рівень умінь учнів з письма.

Procedure

Choose any topic you like and write a short paragraph.

Write a letter to your friend about your household jobs and share your favourite recipe. Follow the layout.

Dear...,

Guess what? I have no time at all today, because I have a lot of work to do.

First of all...

...

But I must say that I’m keen on cooking. And I’d like to share my favourite recipe.

To cook ... you need (ingredients)...

...

(Write the directions: take / chop / mix / add / etc.)

Serve...

I like ... a lot. I think it’s yammy.

And what about you? Do you help at home?

Best wishes, ...

You are writing a letter to your new friend about your school life. Write:

• about your school, your timetable.

• what you like doing at school, your favourite subjects.

• what after school activities you have.

• what you like doing in your spare time, if you go out with your friends.

Unit 3. SPORTS FROM A TO Z

Lesson 33. SPORT IS FUN

Цілі: формувати 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 зацікавленість у розширенні своїх знань.

Procedure

1.Warm-up

Answer the questions.

1. Are you fond of playing football?

2. Do you like swimming?

3. Can you play tennis well?

4. Have you ever taken part in sports competition?

5. What do you prefer: to watch sports competitions or to take part in them?

6. Does sport help you to keep fit?

7. How often do you go to the sports ground?

8. What sports are popular in your family?

9. Do you want to be a sportsman?

10. Are you good at running (swimming, skating...)?

2. Listening

Listen to the descriptions of the sports and name them.

1. This game is played by two teams. There are six players in each team. They play game on an ice field. (Hockey)

2. It is a team game. Two teams hit a large ball with their hands over a high net. The ball is not allowed to bounce on the ground. (Volleyball)

3. It is a game of two players. Each player starts with sixteen different playing pieces. They move the playing pieces on a board. The aim of the game is taking your opponent’s king. (Chess)

3. Vocabulary practice

Do ex. 1, p. 92.

4. Writing

Do ex. 2, p. 93.

Complete the chart below and add some own examples to each column.

winter

sports

water

sports

team

sports

outdoor

sports

indoor

sports

sports that are played with the ball

 

 

 

 

 

 

5. Listening

Listen and say what sport the teens talk about. Why do they do these sports?

— Some people think that it is a boring game, because it can last for 5 days. But I think that it is very interesting and intelligent. The players look wonderful in their white trousers and white shirts and jumpers. (Cricket)

 It is one of the oldest and the most popular sports in the world, the Americans called it soccer. It is an exciting game for real men. There are 11 players in each team. They are big, fast and really strong. (Football)

— It is my favourite sport. It is an individual sport both for boys and girls. First it was popular only among the boys, but now more and more girls take part in it. It helps to become strong, confident and you are always ready to defend yourself and other people. I think that is very important. Some people say that it is a fight and it is not good for girls but I can’t agree with them. (Karate)

6. Vocabulary practice

Explain the rule how to use play, go and do, then practise them in speech.

• Play is used with ball sports or competitive games where we play against another person.

• Go is used with activities that end in -ing, for sports and hobbies that we go out to do.

• Do is used for a recreational activity or a non-team sport that does not use a ball.

Name the kinds of sports and ask pupils to make up word combinations, e.g. volleyball — play volleyball, jumping — go jumping.

Running, football, rugby, long jump, volleyball, gymnastics, high jump, basketball, swimming, karate, hockey, tennis, cycling, fencing, horse riding, athletics, soccer, baseball, boxing, badminton.

Do ex. 3, p. 93.

7. Writing and speaking

Work in pairs

Ask questions and complete the chart. Practise your dialogues.

— What kind of sports activity do you go in for?

— I go skiing.

— When do you usually go skiing?

— In winter.

— And where do you ski?

— On a mountain or in the park nearby.

Student A

What kind...?

ski

tennis

yoga

cycling

When...?

 

 

 

 

Where...?

 

 

 

 

 

Student В

What kind...?

work out

swimming

volleyball

karate

When...?

 

 

 

 

Where...?

 

 

 

 

8. Summary

What do you prefer? What activities don’t you like?

• I like...

• I don’t like...

• I am fond of...

• I can’t stand...

 I’m crazy about...

• I’m hopeless at...

• I’m good at...

9. Homework

Write a short paragraph about sports that you, members of your family and your friends like and go in for.

Lesson 34. THE OLYMPIC GAMES

Цілі: формувати 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 зацікавленість у розширенні своїх знань. 

Procedure

1. Warm-up

Read chorally all the words and find the odd words in each column.

1

2

3

boxing

volleyball

jumping

table tennis

cricket

running

badminton

basketball

gymnastics

polo

football

skiing

chess

hockey

cycling

wrestling

baseball

rugby

judo

swimming

athletics

Key:

1) polo — the other words are competitions in pairs;

2) swimming — the other words are team games;

3) rugby — the other words are individual competitions.

2. Speaking

Do ex. 1, p. 93.

3. Reading

Do ex. 2, p. 93-96.

4. Vocabulary practice

Practise the words from p. 97, find them in the text, read the sentences with them and then complete the sentences below.

1. Disabled athletes from all over the world compete in ... sports.

2. Sportsmen have ... in any weather.

3. The room was lit by the ... of a single candle.

4. There is a true ... of hope among the people.

5. These athletes will... our country in the next Olympic Games.

6. The ... is thought to bring bad or good luck.

7. They couldn’t... the torch because the matches were wet.

8. Nearly 500 teams ... in the competitions every year.

9. The next Olympics will... in Brazil.

10. The long flight... the Atlantic Ocean was successful.

Key: 1 wheelchair; 2 to compete; 3 flame; 4 spirit; 5 represent; 6 mascot; 7 light; 8 take part; 9 take place; 10 across.

5. Writing

Do ex. 4, p. 97.

6. Listening

Listen to the text and do the task.

The first official Olympic mascot was created for the Summer Games in Munich in 1972. Olympic mascots help Olympic spirit spread everywhere, introduce the history and culture of the host city and give the event a festive atmosphere.

More than 100 designers, artists and agencies took part in a competition in 2008, where Wenlock and Mandeville, the mascots for the London 2012 Summer Olympic and Paralympic Games, were chosen. Wenlock takes his name from the town of Much Wenlock in Shropshirein England, which still hosts the traditional Much Wenlock Games. Mandeville, the Paralympic mascot, was named after the Stoke Mandeville Hospital in Buckinghamshire, the birthplace of the Stoke Mandeville Games, the forerunner of today’s Paralympic Games.

Wenlock and Mandeville’s metallic look is explained by the fact that they were made from the last drops of steel used to build the Olympic Stadium in London to reflect the appearances and personalities of people they meet. The shape of Wen- lock’s forehead is identical to that of the Olympic Stadium roof. His eye is the lens of a camera, filming everything he sees. Mandeville’s eye is a camera as well and the yellow light on the mascot’s forehead is reminiscent of a London Taxi.

Say if the following statements true or false.

1. There were no Olympic mascots before 1972.

2. The first official Olympic mascot appeared in Germany.

3. In 2012 the British designers created two mascots for Winter Olympic Games.

4. Both mascots originate from the name of the same place.

5. The mascots look like glass drops.

6. The mascots have got one eye each.

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

7. Speaking

Do ex. 5, p. 97.

8. Summary

Bingo game

Ask each student to draw 4 4 squares and put the following sports in each box in any order. When everyone has prepared their squares, call out the words in any order. Each student puts a cross through the word as it is called out. The winner is the first person to get a line of crosses vertically, horizontally or diagonally.

Words: football, rugby, running, court, field event, hockey, rink, volleyball, chess, karate, fencing, sailing, rowing, jockey, skiing, sprinter.

Statements:

1. A game with a white ball and two goals.

2. This game has 15 players in each team.

3. It is a track event.

4. А place where you can play tennis.

5. High jump is ... .

6. It is a team sport on ice.

7. A place where you can go ice-skating.

8. A game with a ball and a high net.

9. A game when you should only think not run or jump.

10. A style of fighting from the Far East, in which you kick and hit with your hands.

11. The sport of fighting with a long thin sword.

12. Wind is necessary for this sport.

13. A boat is needed for this sport.

14. A person who rides horses in races.

15. Snow is necessary for it.

16. A person who runs fast over short distances.

football

court

rugby

sprinter

running

volleyball

skiing

jockey

sailing

rink

rowing

field event

chess

fencing

karate

hockey

9. Homework

Do ex. 6, p. 97.

Lesson 35. YOU ARE GOOD AT SPORTS, AREN'T YOU?

Цілі: формувати навички вживання tag-questions; вдосконалювати навички вживання нових лексичних одиниць; вдосконалювати навички читання й усного мовлення; розвивати мовну здогадку й мовленнєву реакцію учнів; виховувати доброзичливе ставлення до співрозмовника і позитивне ставлення до здорового способу життя.

Procedure

1. Warm-up

The British are a sporting nation. They are fond of different sports. Write the words on the board. Which are team sports, which are individual sports?

football

rugby

synchronized swimming

cycling

boxing

weightlifting

cricket

golf

wrestling

swimming

skiing

track and field athletics

sailing

skating

hockey

table tennis

figure skating

judo

tennis

gymnastics

karate

archery

basketball

h