Unit 1. Getting Ready for School
p. 11 ex. 3. Ask and answer in pairs.
1. What do you need for school?
I need a schoolbag, a book, a copybook, a pencil-box, a pen, a pencil, a ruler, an eraser, glue, markers and crayons.
2. What do you need for English lesson?
I need a book, a copybook, a pencil-box, a pen, a pencil, an eraser, markers and crayons for English lesson.
3. What do you need for Maths?
I need a book, a copybook, a pencil-box, a pen, a pencil, an eraser, a ruler, markers and crayons for Maths.
p. 12 ex. 6. Choose and say.
1 — b; 2 — c; 3 — a; 4 — c.
p. 14 ex. 3. Say if it is true or false.
1 — True.
2 — False. She feels sad.
3 — True.
4 — False. Vicky feels sad because summer is over.
5 — True.
p. 15 ex. 1. Read and match.
1 — d; 2 — e; 3 — c; 4 — b; 5 — a.
p. 16 ex. 3. Complete with the words from the boxes.
This is my schoolbag. I am going to wear it on my back. I am going to put books and copybooks in it. I am going to put a pencil-box, an eraser, a ruler and some glue. I get hungry every day around 10 o’clock, so I am going to put a sandwich in my schoolbag. I usually like to have a fruit. This to be in Year four at school. My teacher is going to meet us in room 24.
p. 18 ex. 3. Answer the questions.
a) He goes to school in London.
b) Yes, he does. He wears a tie.
c) His jacket is blue, because the colour of his school.
d) He has got a badge on the pocket of his jacket.
e) No, it doesn’t. In winter it doesn’t snow much in England.
f) Mike Jones often wears a raincoat in winter.
p. 19 ex. 5. Look and describe the uniforms.
1. This is a boy. He usually wears a school uniform. He is wearing a white shirt, a brown vestcoat, a brown jacket and brown trousers now.
2. This is a girl. She usually wears a school uniform. She is wearing a white blouse, a green jacket and a green skirt now. She is wearing white socks and green shoes.
3. This is a boy. He always wears a school uniform. He is wearing a white shirt, a green vestcoat, green trousers and brown boots.
4. This is a girl. She always wears a school uniform. She is wearing a white blouse, a checked vestcoat and a skirt, white socks and red shoes.
p. 19 ex. 6. Design the uniform' for your school. Describe it.
I am a schoolboy and I go to school in Kharkiv. When I go to school I wear a school uniform. I usually wear a white shirt, a green jacket, green trousers and black boots. I don’t have a badge on my pocket.
p. 21 ex. 3. Choose and say.
1. What subjects are you going to take?
2. Is your sister going to study Music at school?
3. Dan is going to play football tomorrow.
4. What time is going to start?
5. My friends are going to move to a new school next year.
6. What are you going to buy?
7. Liz is not going to play dolls.
8. What uniform is Tom going to choose?
p. 23, ex. 2. Read and match.
I like Maths — b) He likes doing sums.
I like English — c) He likes reading English books.
I like Computer Studies — e) She likes doing projects on her computer.
I like Art — a) She likes painting pictures.
I like Science — d) She likes reading about animals.
p. 24 ex. 3. Ask and answer.
Do you read stories in Maths? No, I don’t. I do sums in Maths.
What do you do in Art? I draw and paint pictures in Art.
Do you read stories in Music? No, I don’t. I sing songs in Music.
What do you do in Ukrainian? I read and write in Ukrainian.
Do you do sums in Reading? No, I don’t. I read stories in Reading.
What do you do in Computer Sciences?
I do projects on my computer. I sometimes play games.
p. 24 ex. 5. Tell your classmates what you usually do:
I usually get up, do morning exercises, have a shower, make my bed, get dressed, have breakfast and go to school before classes. In class I usually have lessons. I usually have four or five lessons. After classes I come back home, have dinner, do my homework, go for a walk with my friends, read a book, play computer games, visit my friend or watch TV.
p. 24 ex. 6. Write about your favourite day.
Friday is my favourite day. I usually have five lessons on that day. I get up early. I like to walk to school. After classes I always play games and read a book. I sometimes help my mother about the house.
p. 26, ex. 3. Ask and answer in pairs.
1. Vicky is going to have a test on Maths on Friday.
2. Yes, he is. He is going to help Vicky before test.
3. He is going to help Vicky on Thursday.
4. They are going to meet at 2 o’clock.
p. 26 ex. 5. Fill in 'at', 'on', 'in', 'after' or 'before'
a) at; b) in; c) after; e) on; f) before.
p. 28, ex. 3. Copy and complete.
1. from five to eleven;
2. at nine;
3. at half past eleven or at one o’clock;
4. on the carpet on the floor;
5. to read or tell interesting stories.
p. 28, ex. 4. Read and name.
a) a uniform;
c) Saturday and Sunday;
p. 29 ex. 6. Interview your friend. Tell about his / her school.
1. I study at the primary school.
2. I have got four or five lessons a day.
3. My lessons start at half past eight.
4. I have got three or four breaks every day.
5. I have lunch after the second lesson.
6. No, I don’t. I don’t wear a school uniform.
7. I don’t like PT at school.
p. 31, ex. 3. Copy and answer the questions.
1) She usually has her breakfast at a quarter to eight.
2) She goes to bed at half past nine.
3) Vicky’s school starts at half past eight.
4) She usually gets up at a quarter past seven.
p. 32, ex. 1. ...listen, choose and say.
p. 32, ex. 2. ...read, then match to make the sentences on page 33.
1. at seven o’clock;
2. when it is hot in the room;
3. five days a week;
4. then go home;
5. he watches cartoons on TV.
p. 33, ex. 3. ...speak about Tiki and his school.
1. He is from Africa.
2. There are fifty-two pupils in Tiki’s class.
3. The pupils play in the playground before classes.
4. No, they don’t. Some of the pupils wear a uniform.
5. Tiki studies English, Maths, Nature Studies, PT, History, Music and Art.
6. No, He doesn’t. He has his lunch when he comes home.