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I?eeiaeaiea 7

Ea?iaua i?eaiu iao/aiey eaeneea ii o/aaieeo “THE ENGLISH PAGE”.

Eaaeaeue ?acaeae o/aaieea ia/eiaaony n eco/aiey iiaiai aieaaoey?a.
Iau/ii yoi cia/eo, /oi o/aueany aoaeoo o/eoue aieaaoey? iaeconoue eae
aeiiaoiaa caaeaiea. Yoio niinia yaeyaony o?aaeeoeeiiiui aeey iaoeo oeie.
Ii ianiio?y ia yoi, oi/aony ianoaeeoue e ae?oaea iooe i?aaeuyaeaiey
iiaiai aieaaoey?a. iiiaei o/eoaeyi ecaanoii, /oi eiiaaea ieeaeay nenoaia
(i?iienuaaiea aieaaoey?a ia aeinea, /oaiea aneoo, oi?ii, oi?aaeiaiey) ia
iiiiaatho o/aueiny caiiiieoue eaeneeo.

Ia aeaiiii yoaia o/eoaey aaaeoo aeoeaiue iiene iao?aaeeoeeiiiuo oi?i
iao/aiey e caiiieiaiey aieaaoey?a. Yenia?eiaioe?othony iiaua niiniau
iao/aiey. Iiciaeiieoueny n yoeie niiniaaie iai iiiiaeao o/aaiee “THE
ENGLISH PAGE”.

O/aaieee aeeth/atho a naay ia?iiiia eiee/anoai iaoa?eaea ii iao/aieth
aiaeeeneiio ycueo ia ?acee/iuo yoaiao. A aeaiiii neo/aa iniaue eioa?an
aeey ian i?aaenoaaeyao iao/aiea eaeneea n eniieueciaaieai ea?iauo
neooaoeee.

Aeaaiui ia?acii ia o?ieao i?aaeeaaaaony eniieueciaaiea ea?oeiie ec
aeo?iaeia, eiea, ?acee/iua ea?oi/ee, eaeea-oi aaue ( eieae, yaeiei,
?o/ea, iaiae e o.ae.), a oaeaea aeanou e ieieeo. Oeaeue anao oi?aaeiaiee
– ?anoe?eoue aieaaoey? o/aueony. A nae/an iiiuoaainy iiae?iaiaa
?anniio?aoue ea?u, i?aaeeaaaaiua o/aaieeii “THE ENGLISH PAGE”.

Eoae, ia?aay eieaa “Brainstorm round a word”. Aa oeaeue iiaoi?eoue e
?anoe?eoue eaene/aneee caian. O/eoaeue i?aaeeaaaao eeanno neiai ii oaia,
a o/aueany aeieaeiu iacaaoue neiaa, annioeee?othueany n iei.

Aicueiai oaio “Iaeaaeaea” .

Noaia ?1

jeans dress scarf

socks clothes skirt

hat shirt coat

Aiciiaeii iiiaeanoai aa?eaioia yoiai ea?iaiai oi?aaeiaiey. O/aueany
iacuaatho oaea ciaeiiua neiaa, a caoai iinoaiaiii o/eoaeue aaiaeeo iiaua
EA. Caoai iiaeii noa?aoue n aeinee, ca eneeth/aieai oeaio?aeueiiai
neiaa. Eeanno i?aaeeaaaaony ?acaeaeeoueny ia 2 a?oiiu, aniiiieoue e
caienaoue eae iiaeii aieueoa neia.

Neaaeothuay i?aaeeaaaaiay ea?a iioiaea ia i?aaeuaeouoth, ii iaiiiai
neiaeiaa. Yoa ea?a ii oaia “Bedroom”. Oeaeue: iiaoi?eoue iaoa?eae e
iciaeiieoueny n iiauie neiaaie ii aeaiiie oaia. Oneiaey ea?u oaeea aea
eae e o i?aaeuaeouae.

Noaia ?2

“Spidergrams”

Aeyaey ia yoo noaio, aeaeii, /oi aanue aieaaoey? ?anienai a nenoaiiii
ii?yaeea. O/aueany n eaaeinoueth niiaoo ninoaaeoue oiiee “My bedroom”.

Aua iaeia ea?a “Asking Others”.

Oeaeue: iao/aiea eaeneea n iiiiuueth neiiieiia, annioeeaoeee.

Iai?eia?: What’s the thing you use for (+gerund) eg. For cleaning the
carpet/drying your hair?

Ia aeinea ?acaaoaiu iaiaoiaeeiua eeethno?aoeee [ni. i?eeiaeaiea].

I/aiue aeoeaii eniieuecoaony.

Co-operative story-telling. Anee oaia o?iea “Aiaoiinoue”, oi iiaeii
?aaioaoue eae anai eeannii oae e ?acaeaeeoueny ia 2 eiiaiaeu. ?anniio?ei
i?eia?iue ia?acaoe enoi?ee.

A woman was sitting in a cafe drinking tea one afternoon.

(Describe the woman)

Suddenly a man ran into the restaurant and shouted her name.

(What was her name? Describe the man)

She looked frightened and went quickly to her bag for…

(What did she want from her bag?)

The man rushed up to her and hit her in the face.

(How did she feel? How did he feel? What happened next?)

Aeey ia/aea yoo enoi?eth iiaeii i?eaeoiuaaoue anai eeannii, a iioii
?acaeaeeoue o/aieeia ii ia?ai aeey oiai, /oiau auyaeoue naioth
eioa?anioth. A yoii neo/aa i/aiue ynii aoaeao aeaeii ciaiea eaeneee ii
aeaiiie oaia e oai?/aneia iuoeaiea oeieueieeia. Ia?auaynue e oaia
“Aaea”, iiaeii i?iaanoe i?eaeiaeueiue o?ie. I?aaeeiaeeoue aeaoyi
na?ae?iaaoue noie. Aeey yoiai iaiaoiaeeii iiaeaioiaeoue aeeee, iiaee,
eiaeee, naeoaoee, nieue, naoa?, ia?aoe. I?aaeeaaaaony ?acaeaeeoueny ia
a?oiiu e aeaoue eaaeaeie caaeaiea, eg. “Put the bowl in the middle. Put
the fork on the left. Put the spoon above the bowl”.

Iinea yoiai o/eoaeue n o/aieeaie ioeaieaatho ?aaioo eaaeaeie a?oiiu.

?anniio?ei aua iaeio aeiaieueii caieiaoaeueioth ea?o “Life Keywords”,
oeaeue eioi?ie ?anoe?eoue aieaaoey?, n iiiiuueth ?anneacia e caaaaiuo
neo/aaa ec aeecie naieo o/aueony. Eoae, o/eoaeue ia/eiaao n oiai, /oi
ni?aoeaaao /enei, caoai caienuaaao aai ia aeinea. Aeaeaa ni?aoeaaao 3-4
o/aueony i oii, /oi auei a yoio aeaiue n ieie, ii oieueei, iai?eia?, 7
eao iacaae. O/eoaeue i?aaeeaaaao caienaoue 5-7 eeth/aauo neia ec eo
?anneaca. Iinea yoiai, o/aueiny i?aaeeaaaaony ninoaaeoue eaeie-ieaoaeue
?anneac, eniieuecoy eeth/aaua neiaa, i oii, /oi anoue e /oi n ieie
aoaeao, eao /a?ac 20-30. Iai?eia?,

NOW: exams, money, future, school, friends, family, pop music.

THEN: cat, grandmother, holidays, football, friends, TV, newspaper.

Iao/aiea i?eeaaaoaeueiui e ia?a/eyi cia/eoaeueii iaeaa/aaony n iiiiuueth
“Vocabulary steps”. Ia aeinea ia?eniaaia eanoieoea. Ia oeaio?aeueiie
nooiaiueea caienuaaaony neiai “warm”. O/eoaeue ni?aoeaaao o/aueony
neiaa, ?aniieiaeaiiua ia inoaaoeony nooiaiueeao. Eg. The next word is
warmer than the word “warm”, (yoi neiai “hot”) eee aea: “This word is
colder than the word “warm?” (yoi neiai “cool”). Oaeei ia?acii,
iieo/aaony neaaeothuay noaia:

Noaia?2

hot

warm

cool

cold

Yoo eaeath iiaeii eniieueciaaoue i?e iao/aiee eaeneea ?aciuo oai.
Iiaeiaioth eanoieoeo iiaeii auno?ieoue ni neaaeothueie ia?a/eyie e
i?eeaaaoaeueiuie, eg. awful, bad, so-so, good, excellent/ never,
sometimes, often, frequently, always.

Oi?aaeiaiey ec o/aaieea “Early Bird2” i?inou, aeinooiiu e caieiaoaeueiu,
a aeaaiia iaiaauatho eaene/aneee caian. Ea?ay ia o?iea, aeaoe neooatho,
iiieiatho, auiieiytho ?yae aeaenoaee. Naie ciaiey iie niaa?oainoaotho
iinoaiaiii, ii nenoaiaoe/anee. *a?ac yoe aeaenoaey aeaoe ociatho
aieueoia eiee/anoai EA ec iianaaeiaaiiai aiaeeeneiai ycuea. A eiiieaeo
aoiaeeo oao?aaeue ia ia/aoiie iniiaa n y?eeie eeethno?aoeeyie, eioi?ua
aeaoe iiaoo au?acaoue. Yoi cia/eoaeueii iaeaa/aao ?aaioo n eaene/aneei
iaoa?eaeii. Oae, i?e eco/aiee oaiu “Iaoa?eaeu” (metal, plastic, glass,
card, wood), aeaoe oaea eiatho niioaaonoaothuea iaaeyaeiinoe. O/eoaeue
aeaeeo aeaoae ia 2 eiiaiaeu e aeaao caaeaiea: eg. Pick up something that
is mode of wood. Pick up something that is mode of plastic. Etc.

Iiaaaeaeaao oa eiiaiaea, eioi?ay eae iiaeii auno?aa e i?aaeeueii
ni?aaeony n caaeaieai, o.a. iiaeaa?ao niioaaonoaothuea ea?oeiee.

Ae?oaie aa?eaio ea?u. O/eoaeue iiaeieiaao ea?oeieo n i?aaeiaoii, a
eiiaiaeu aeieaeiu ioaaoeoue ec /aai ii naeaeai.

Eg. T.: Complete my statement. This bottle is made of…

P1: Glass

T: This can is made of…

P2: Metal

T: This box…

P3: Is made of wood. Etc.

A oiaea ea?u o/aueany aeieaeiu eni?aaeyoue ioeaee ae?oaeo.

Oi/aony inoaiiaeoueny aua ia iaeiie ea?a – yoi “Jazz Chants”.

Ecaanoii, /oi aeaoe i/aiue ethayo ianie, ii /anoi aeey yoiai iaiaoiaeei
iaaieoioii, ciaiea iioeaa. A “Jazz Chants” – yoi oi?ioay aeueoa?iaoeaa.
Aeey yoiai iaiaoiaeeii niaethaeaoue ?eoi e iie?aoueny ia neaaeothuoth
noaio: Question/Answer – Statement/Response. Jazz Chants niaea?aeao io 8
aei 12-14 i?aaeeiaeaiee. *oiau ni/eieoue naie nianoaaiiua Jazz Chants
iaiaoiaeeii aua?aoue oaio e eeth/aaia i?aaeeiaeaiea. Eco/ay oaio “Aaea”,
iu iiaeai eniieueciaaoue neaaeothuea Jazz Chants:

“Eat up your kasha”

Eat up your kasha.

I don’t like kasha.

Eat up your salad.

I don’t like salad.

Eat up your cabbage.

I don’t like cabbage.

I loathe it!

I have it!

I really can’t stand it!

Eat up your borsch.

I don’t like borsch.

Eat up your soup.

I don’t like soup.

Eat up your meat.

I don’t like meat.

I loathe it!

I have it!

I really can’t stand it!

Listen, child!

You’ve got to eat some food.

Well, I do like biscuits and

Sweets and chocolates,

And I really love ice-cream.

But you can’t live on ice-cream.

You’ve got to eat your kasha.

And your meat and your salad.

O.K. Mum.

But I do love ice-cream.

Lovely, cold, strawberry ice-cream.

?anniio?ei aua ianeieueei eioa?aniuo Jazz Chants.

“Going Away”

I’m going away.

Where are you going?

Far away.

Where are you going?

I’m going to Ussuriisk.

Must you go?

I’ve got to go.

I have to go.

When are you going?

I’m going today.

Why are you going?

That’s my affair.

How are you going?

I’m going by plane.

Please, don’t go.

I’ve got to go.

I have to go.

Goodbye!

“Can I borrow your pen?”

Can I borrow your pen?

Yes, I’ll lend you my pen.

Can I borrow your book?

Yes, I’ll lend you my book.

Can I borrow your ball?

Yes, I’ll lend you my ball.

Anything else?

Anything else?

Can I use your bike?

No, you can’t use my bike.

Can I use your rod?

No, you can’t use my rod.

Can I use your tape?

No, you can’t use my tape.

Go away now.

Go away now.

Can I play with you?

No, you can’t today.

I’m much busy.

So go away.

“Where’s my hat?”

Where’s my hat?

It’s on the chair.

Where’s my book?

It’s on the shelf.

Where’s my shoe?

It’s on the floor, behind the door.

Where’s my shirt?

It’s on the your line.

Have you seen my pen?

It’s in your desk.

Have you seen my ball?

It’s in your room beside the bed.

Have you seen my bag?

It’s next to you.

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Mattres

Slippers

Pyjamas

Pillows

Sheets

Blankets

Clothes

Dressing down

Wardrobe

Bed

Bedroom

Bedside

table

Dressing table

Carpet

Alarm clock

Lamp

Mirror

Hairbrush comb

Rug.

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