Unit 1 TIME FOR SCHOOL
Lesson 3 FAVOURITE SUBJECT
1 Think about school and your favourite subject.
Say which day is your favourite. Explain why.
2 Look at the messages1 on the notice board and find:
– 4 school subjects – phone number
– 5 days of the week – website address
3 Answer the questions.
1 What room is Science Class in?
2 When do they go to the museum?
3 Is there PE lesson today?
4 Can you buy second-hand textbooks?
5 What should pupils bring to English Classes?
6 What can you find on school website?
1a message – повідомлення
Numbers can be tricky:
-teen and – ty are easily mixed up!
1 one 11 eleven 20 twenty
2 two 12 twelve 30 thirty
13 thirteen 40 forty
4 four 14 fourteen 50 fifty
5 five 15 fifteen 60 sixty
6 six 16 sixteen 70 seventy
7 seven 17 seventeen 80 eighty
8 eight 18 eighteen 90 ninety
9 nine 19 nineteen
Odd numbers: 1, 3, 5, 7, 9, 11, 13, 15, 17…
Even numbers: 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12, 14, 16, 18…
1 Copy the correct pairs in your notebook. Example:
0 – zero 21 -…
1- one 19-…
2 Continue the chain.
Even numbers: two, four, …
Odd numbers: one, three, …
100 a hundred
300 three hundred
652 six hundred and fifty-two
1000 a thousand
2000 two thousand
1 five hundred and twenty six a) 11
2 ninety-four b) 1000
3 seventeen c) 526
4 one thousand d)94
5 eleven e) 17
6220558 six – double two – о – double five – eight 330357 double
three – о – three – five – seven
2013 two thousand and thirteen
4 Look in your timetable. Ask and answer in pairs. Example:
– What is your second lesson on Tuesday?
– It’s Craft.
– What is your fifth lesson on Friday?
1 Think about Maths and say if it is your favourite subject.
2 Listen and read about
Adam’s favourite subject
And say what the best mark
In English school is.
Everybody says I’m crazy, but I love Maths.
I like numbers, especially even numbers.
My favourite numbers are 6 and 22.
I don’t like odd numbers very much:
1, 3, 5, 7, 9 …A hundred is a nice number, and a thousand… In some countries number five is very popular. It is the best mark at school. In the UK we’ve got letters. ‘A’ is the best mark. Not many students have got an ‘A’ in Maths in our class, only three. Other students call us swots. Girls shout ‘Sweaty-swotty!’. It sometimes hurts.
3 Answer the questions.
1 What is Adam’s favourite subject?
2 What are Adam’s favourite numbers?
3 What number is popular in some countries?
4 In which country do students get ‘А’, ‘В’, ‘С’, ‘D’, ‘E’ at school?
5 Are swots bad students or good students?
6 Is there a special name for bad students? Why not?
7 How many students have got an ‘A’ in Maths?
8 Is Adam happy in his class?
4 Listen and sing the rap song.
The days of the week rap
S… Sun… Sunday.
M… Mon… Monday.
T… Tue… Tuesday.
T… Thur… Thursday.
F… Fri… Friday.
Saturday’s the best of all..
1 Complete the sentences as in the example.
Example: Tom is tall but Ben is taller.
Ben is taller than Tom.
1 Stella is short but Rita is… . Rita is…
2 Tom’s kitten is little but Ben’s puppy is… . Ben’s puppy is…
3 My bag is big but your bag is… . Your bag is…
4 I am good at English but you are…. You are…
5 Pete is a bright pupil but Sam is… . Sam is…
2 Fill in with correct forms of the adjectives from the box.
1 I don’t like this book. This book is more… than that one.
2 I liked his story. His story is… than my story.
3 I am not good at Maths. Maths is… for me than English.
4 Pupils love their English teacher. She is… than History teacher.
5 It is… to say ‘goodbye’ and go home than to go home without saying it.
3 Read the lists of the most popular and least popular subjects at one of English schools.
Make up six sentences
Like in the example.
PE is the most popular and the History is the least popular Craft is less popular than Art but more popular than Music.
4 Work in groups, a) Ask your group:
A What is your favourite subject?
B What is your least favourite subject?
С What do you think is the most important subject?
D What do you think is the least important subject?
E What is the easiest subject? f What is the most difficult subject?
B) Make top-five lists for your group for items (a)-(f).
C) Compare your lists to the lists of other groups.
1 Listen to the children and say who is right.
Mia: Sweety sweaty swotty!
David: Stop, teasing him, Mia. OK,
Maths is difficult.
He’s got an ‘A’. So what&p;
Mia: Nothing. I’ve got an ‘A’ in Music. That’s normal.
Adam: Are you saying it’s not normal to like Maths?
Mia: Well, Maths is my least favourite subject, I hate it. On my top-ten list Maths is number ten, of course.
Adam: And Music is number one, I guess. Ha, ha. How very clever!
David: Stop quarrelling, you two! My favourite subject is English. We’re all different, so what?
Capital letters (Великі літери)
В англійській мові з великої літери пишемо імена (Маrу), шкільні предмети (Maths), особовий займенник “я” (І), дні тижня (Tuesday), місяці (September) і назви країн (Ukraine).
2 Say if it is true or false.
1 Adam has English on Monday. 4 Mia and Adam are fighting.
2 Adam is teasing Mia. 5 They are different.
3 It is not normal to like Maths. 6 English is easy.
3 Act out the talk from task one in a group of three.
4 Read the dialogue, then look in your timetable. Ask and answer in pairs.
A: How many times do we have English?
8; Three times a week.
A: When do we have them?
B: English is on Monday,
Wednesday and Thursday.
A: When do we have Science on Tuesday?
8; Science is the third lesson on Tuesday. We have it at 11 o’clock.
1 Think about your favourite subjects.
Copy and answer three questions in your notebook.
1 What is your favourite subject?
2 What is your least favourite subject?
3 When do you have Maths?
4 Make your own top-ten list.
5 What is your best friends’ number one?
2 Make an ideal timetable for one week.
5 Interview your classmate about his / her favourite subjects.
Interview Activity (Як взяти інтерв’ю)
1 Подумай над питаннями, які б хотів/хотіла задати.
2 Склади перелік запитань.
3 Запитуй чітко і зрозуміло.
4 Будь ввічливим.
5 Давай час на відповідь.
6 Записуй відповіді.
7 Після інтерв’ю подякуй людині, в якої ти брав/брала інтерв’ю.