Lessons 27-29 Learn to talk about your evening time
To put the kettle on
To have tea
To have a problem with sth
To say goodnight
Make yourself at home.
1. Look and say what different children can do in the evening.
Example: Children can play on their computers or read books in the evening.
2. Listen and repeat.
POLLY PUT THE KETTLE ON
Polly put the kettle on.
Polly put the kettle on.
Polly put the kettle on.
We’ll all have tea.
/a/ – Polly, on
/p/ – Polly, put
3. Look, match and
say what is fun to do in the evening.
A kettle to have tea
To say goodnight a cowboy’s costume
Example: It is fun to have tea together.
4. Listen and role-play.
Polly: Good evening, Polly!
Alex: Good evening, Alex! Come in, please.
Make yourself at home.
Polly’s Mother: Polly, put the kettle on! We’ll all have tea.
Polly: OK, Mum! Before tea is ready, what can
I do for you, Alex?
Alex: I have a problem with this English story.
Please help me.
Polly: With pleasure… And now we can have
Fun. You put on this cowboy’s costume and I will put on a doctor’s white hat.
Polly’s Mother: Kids! Tea is ready!
Polly’s Mother: Oh my!
I will put on a doctor’s white hat.
5. Talk with a friend about the news of the day. Use:
On your own: Draw a picture of your evening
time and describe it in 2-3 sentences.
Example: I like to read books in the evening. It is a lot of fun. I have a new adventure book. I am sure I will enjoy it.
6. Look and guess what Alex usually does in the evening.
Example: I think Alex usually… in the evening.
7. Read and say if the boy’s evening is the same every day.
AN EVENING EMAIL
Thank you so much for your help with my English story! I learnt a lot of new words from you. I enjoyed our game a lot. The tea was excellent. Your mum’s pie tasted real good! It was such a special evening!
Usually in the evening I am at home. I play on my computer or read an interesting book. Then I brush my teeth, say good night to mum and dad and quickly fall asleep. It is the same every day.
What about you? What do you usually do in the evening?
Good night! Alex
8. True or False?
1. Alex never has problems with his home tasks.
2. He usually stays at home in the evening.
3. His friend helped him.
4. The children played an interesting game.
5. Alex asks Polly some questions.
9. Talk with friends about you evening time. Use:
Usually in the evening I… . I… or… . Then I… . But sometimes… . I enjoy… . My friend and I… .
10. Write your friend an email about your special evening. Begin with:
Hey, … ,
I want to tell you about a very special evening. …
What about you?
Do it yourself! Make a picture about your evening time.
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