Lessons 15-20 Learn to talk about yourself
To help about the house naughty
To water the plants to sweep the floor
You look wonderful! You are very kind. Behave yourself! Good girl/boy!
1. Look and say if these children are good or naughty.
To look after toys
To sweep the floor
To water the plants
To listen to his/her mum
Example: The boy is naughty. He doesn’t look after his toys.
2. Listen and repeat.
I know Lizzy, a little girl,
Who has got a little curl
in the middle
Of her forehead.
When she is good,
She is very, very good.
And when she is bad,
She is horrid.
/з:/ – girl, curl /1/ – little, Lizzy, curl, girl, middle
3. Look, match and talk about the girl.
To sweep the floor, a forehead, to water the plants, a curl, to help about the house
Example: The girl has a curl.
4. Listen and role-play.
A GOOD GIRL
Paul: Hi, Lizzy, you look wonderful. I really like your little curl right in the middle of your forehead.
Lizzy: Thank you, Paul. You are very kind.
Paul: What are you doing now?
Lizzy: I am looking after my toys.
Paul: Good girl! I know you help your mum about the house.
Lizzy: Sure I do. I usually water the plants and sweep the floor when my mum asks me to.
Paul: So, you always listen to your mother, don’t you? Lizzy: Most of the time!
She listens to her mother most of the time. She looks after
5. Talk with a friend about yourself. Use:
On your own: Take your photo and write about yourself (p. 29).
Example: I am Andrew. I am eight. I am fair-haired and blue-eyed.
6. Look and guess what the girl often does at home.
Example: I think the girl often waters the plants.
7. Read and say when the girl is very good and when she is horrid.
A LITTLE GIRL WITH A LITTLE CURL
I know Lizzy, a little girl. She is very good-looking. She is greyeyed and dark-haired. She has got a little curl right in the middle of her forehead.
Lizzy is a good little girl. She listens to her mother most of the time. When she is good, she is very, very good. She helps her mum about the house and looks after her toys. Then her mother says to her, “Good girl!”
Sometimes Lizzy is naughty. She doesn’t listen to her mother. She doesn’t want to read. She doesn’t’ want to write. She cries and shouts. Then her mum says to her, “Behave yourself!”
8. True or False?
1. Lizzy is fair-haired.
2. She always listens to her mother.
3. Sometimes Lizzy is bad.
4. She doesn’t want to learn.
5. Lizzy is a pretty girl.
9. Talk with friends about yourself. Use:
My name is… .
… years old.
I am…-haired and…-eyed.
I often… .
… most of the time.
Then my mum… .
10. Write about yourself in your family album. Use:
Do it yourself! Make your own page for your family album.