Unit 4 My School
Lessons 53-59 Learn to talk about your class
Grade class this year
Take sb for an outing to move away
Isn’t it amazing? I’ll try!
Can you imagine?
1. Look and say what classmates can do together in this classroom.
To read, to learn, to do homework, to listen to stories, to play, to talk
Example: Classmates can read together in this classroom.
2. Listen and repeat.
HOW MANY PUPILS?
Our class has two Bellas,
Two Jims and two Stellas,
Three Anns and three Dicks,
Five Kates and four Nicks,
Six Sams and eight Bills,
Five Nells and two Jills,
But we have only one Paul.
Can you count them all?
/e/ – Bellas,
/і/ – Jims, Dicks, Nicks, Bills, Jills, six
3. Look, match and say what you know about these children.
Grade, to move away, class, outing, classroom
Example: These children are in the same class.
4. Listen and role-play.
Nell: Look, Paul, this is our classroom. Please, meet my classmates.
Paul: With pleasure. Hello, everyone! My name is Paul. I’m going to be a new pupil in your class. I was studying in another town from Grade One to Grade Three.
Nick: Hello, Paul! Nice to meet you. I’m Nick.
Kate: And I’m Kate. Nice to meet you, Paul.
Paul: Nice to meet you, Nick. Nice to meet you, Kate.
Please tell me about your…, sorry, our class.
Nell: Our class is very friendly. We all like to learn. We are fond of reading and sports.
Paul: I’m glad to hear that! Our interests are alike.
Nell: And now – surprise! Our class has two Bellas, two Jims and two Stellas, five Kates and four Nicks. Paul: Isn’t
Nick: And now we have only one Paul.
Kate: Can you count us all?
Paul: I’ll try! … Seventeen?
– I was studying in another town from Grade One to Grade Three.
5. Talk with a friend about your class. Use:
On your own: Take a picture of your class and write 3-5 sentences about it.
Example: Please meet my class. These are all my classmates. Our class is very friendly. We all like to learn. We are fond of reading and sports. …
6. Look and guess what classmates can do together.
A home task
Example: I thing classmates can/// together.
7. Read and compare Paul’s old and new classes.
MY NEW CLASS
I’m Paul. I am a pupil of Grade Three now. I was studying in another town from Grade One to Grade Three. My class had twenty-five pupils. We were all great friends. We often helped each other with home tasks and played games together. Our teacher took us for an outing1 on every holiday when the weather was fine. I felt so unhappy when my parents told me about moving away.
So I am in a new class this year. Fortunately, the children are all very friendly. They like to learn. They are fond of reading and sports. Our interests are alike.
We are seventeen >
1 outing – пікнік
I still miss my old classmates a lot. But I really enjoy meeting new people and making new friends in my new school.
8. True or False?
1. Paul’s old class was bigger than the new one.
2. The children had a lot of fun together.
3. Paul was happy to move away.
4. He and his new classmates have the same interests.
5. Paul likes his new class a lot.
9. Talk with your friends about your class. Use:
I am studying in… .
My class has… .
Fortunately, my classmates are… .
We are… .
We like to… .
We are fond of… .
Our interests are…
We often… .
Our teacher takes us for… on every holiday.
I enjoy… .
10. Write about your class for your school newspaper. Use:
Do it yourself! Draw a badge for your class and describe it.