Unit 1. Getting Ready for School
1. Write the words under the pictures.
markers; scissors; crayons; shoe; shop.
2. b) Guess and write what Nick needs for school.
pencils, notebooks, books scissors, glue, ruler and a school bag.
3. Write answers about you.
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.
What do you need for English? I need a book, a copybook, a pencil- box, a pen, a pencil, an eraser, markers and crayons for English lesson.
What do you need for PE? I need trainers, a sport suit and a T-shirt.
6. Complete the note with words from task 5.
five notebooks and a pencil. An eraser, glue, scissors and markers.
p. 13 ex. 1. Write about what you have got in your schoolbag.
books and copybooks. I have got a pencil-box, a ruler, glue and an eraser. I have got a sandwich and an apple in my schoolbag. I have got a T-shirt, trainers and sport suit in my schoolbag.
p. 13 ex. 2. Help Jim to put the words is or are into proper boxes.
is; is are is; are; is.
p. 14, ex. 1. Read, then write what Mark and Mary can buy.
p. 15 ex. 2. Choose and complete,
are going to; is going to; am going to; are going to; is going to.
p. 16 ex. 1. Complete the story with the words from the box.
schoolgirl; school; wears; jacket; badge; pocket; autumn;
p. 16 ex. 2. Answer the questions.
Yes, I do. My jacket is black. Yes, there is. There is a pocket on my jacket. No, I haven’t.
p. 17 ex. 3. Write about the children.
short; small; big; a white shirt, a black jumper and black trousers; short; schoolbag; a school dress, white socks and brown shoes.
p. 17 ex. 4. Choose and fill in.
have has has; have; have has.
p. 18 ex. 1. Sort out the words in the box.
p. 18 ex. 2. Write your answers.
Yes, I am. I am going to study Maths.
No, I am not. I am not going to study Japanese.
Yes, she is. She is going to talk to my teacher.
Yes, she is. She is going to take Computer Studies.
I am not going to study Natural History, Health Study and Computer Science this year.
My dad is going to buy a new car.
p. 19 ex. 3. Match to make up true sentences.
Tuesday comes after Monday. What day is before Sunday? Lunch is before dinner. Summer comes after spring.
p. 19 ex. 4. Write about what you do:
I get up, do morning exercises, wash my face and hands or have a shower, make my bed, get dressed, have breakfast and go to school.
I usually have lessons, listen to the teachers, ask and answer the questions.
I come back home, have dinner, do my homework, go for walk with my friends, read a book, play computer games, visit my friend or watch TV.
p. 20 ex. 1. Complete the sentences.
do the sums and calculate; read texts and stories; sing songs and listen to music; read; speak; PE; draw and paint; Biology.
p. 20 ex. 2. Write about:
a) three lessons you have got at school;
read and retell the texts, learn new words, ask and answer the questions.
In Art we draw and paint. In PE we run, jump and do exercises,
b) three things you can do after classes;
After classes I have dinner, do my homework, play computer games or watch TV.
p. 21 ex. 1. Choose a), b), c) or d) to make up a dialogue.
b, d, a, c.
p. 21 ex. 2. Choose and fill in.
on, at, in, in, on.
p. 22 ex. 3. a) Do the crossword puzzle with school subjects.
sport Music Ukrainian History English Maths Computer Science;
b) Complete the sentences.
English. Ukrainian Reading and Maths. PE.
p. 23 ex. 1. Match to make up true sentences.
Schools have got names not numbers. Primary schools teach children from 5 to 11 years old. Children start school in September. Classes begin at nine o’clock in the morning. Pupils often sit on the carpet in the classroom. English pupils like to play outdoors during breaks. At 1 o’clock pupils have lunch at school.
p. 23 ex. 2. Write an email letter about your school day.
I usually get up at 7 o’clock. I sometimes do my morning exercises. Then I wash my hands and face or have a shower. After that I make my bed, get dressed, have breakfast, take my schoolbag and go to school. I usually walk to school. My classes begin at 8.30. I usually have four or five lessons a day. My classes finish at 1.15 and I come back home at 1.30. Then I have dinner. After that I go for a walk with my friends, read a book or play computer games. Then I do my homework.
In the evening, I sometimes help my mother about the house or visit my friend. I clean my teeth, wash my face and hands or have a bath. I go to bed at 10 p.m.
p. 24 ex. 1. Fill in about Ben, Jack and Peter.
football, basketball .... tennis; Maths; ... Science; Art; ... Computer Science ... Science; ... Maths; volleyball ... swimming; Music ... Computer Science.
p. 24 ex. 2. Write the time.
It’s half past one p.m. It’s a quarter to four p.m.
It’s half past eleven; It’s a quarter to one p.m.; It’s a quarter past nine a.m.
p. 25 ex. 3. b) Complete the questions.
1. is; 2. she; 3. Is; 4. her; 5. write; 6. Has 7. Is.
p. 25 ex. 4. Write about your friends.
1. My friend usually gets up at 7 o’clock.
2. She usually has breakfast at half past seven.
3. She usually comes back home at a quarter past two.
4. She usually does her homework at half past three p.m.
5. No, she doesn’t. She doesn’t watch TV in the evening. She usually plays computer games in the evening.
p. 26 ex. 1. Read the text Tiki Goes to School in your Pupil’s Book and complete the sentences below.
school; ... 7 o’clock in the morning; play in the playground; a white blouse or a shirt and a blue skirt and shorts ; five days a week; five lessons; English, Maths, Nature Studies, PE, History, Music and Art; plays football and then goes home; has lunch; watches cartoons on TV.
p. 27 ex. 2. b) Write about Tina.
name is Tina; is ten; is not a very good pupil; likes Art; doesn’t like English or Maths; her favourite subject is PE; can run fast, play basketball and table tennis.