1. ДЗ
  2. 8 клас
  3. Англійська мова
  4. Несвіт

Unit 2. Lessons 3-4. Going to School in Ukraine

1. Work in pairs. Look at the photos. Use the prompts to ask and answer the questions about them.

A. What form does Olena go to? What type of school does Olena go to? Are there any facilities at Olena’s school? What is she doing now?
B. What form does Oles go to? What type of school does Oles go to? What are his favourite school subjects? Does he belong to any school club or team? What is he doing now?
C. Who are these people? What type of school do they go to? What do they usually do after school? What do they like doing? What are they doing now?
D. Who are these people? Where are they now? What do they do after school? What do they want to learn?

 

3. Read what the children say about the school they go to. What makes their education there so special?

Maksym Shcherbyna wonts to bo a businessman like his brothers so he goes to a lyceum and studies Maths and Physics.
Natalia Sokolova wants to follow her brother and sister’s success and be good at Ukrainian language and Literature at the City Humanitarian Gymnasium.
Ihor Ivasiuk goes to the same language school as his elder sister and his parents.
All these people go to the same school as their sisters, brothers or parents.

 

4. Read and tick the statements M (Maksym), N (Natalia), I (Ihor).

1. Maksym; 2. Natalia; 3. Ihor: 4. Maksym: 5. Ihor; 6. Natalia.

 

5. a) Listen to the children talking about the schools they go to – a secondary school and a gymnasium. Complete the table.

  A secondary School A gymnasium
Location and size New district, for 300 pupils The centre of the city next to a fabulous part, rather far from the main road
Facilities All modern facilities: a computer room, a very nice library and two gyms and a school stadium A swimming pool? Televisions, computers and whiteboards, a big Informational Technology Classroom and a smart board
School subjects English and German Algebra, Geometry, Ukrainian, English, Law, Economics, Technical Translation, Country Study, Ukrainian Language and Literature
After school activities School clubs or library Different sport clubs, the Gymnasium Choir, the Debate Club

6. Read and match the people who work at school (1–10) with the work they do (a–j).

1. headmasters — j) get ready to greet the pupils and run the school during the year.
2. Physical Education teachers — g) check the sport equipment.
3. Social Workers — i) decorate the classrooms for the new school year.
4. Psychologists — f) work with pupils, their parents and teachers to test and understand how to help children study better.
5. Art and Music Teachers — h) teach students to draw, sing, understand notes, play and sing from the music.
6. Librarians — c) check the books in the school library.
7. Secretaries — b) keep the Headmaster’s Office running.
8. Teachers — e) plan how to teach English, Science, Maths and other school subjects.
9. School nurses — d) check records to make sure children are healthy.
10. Vice Principals (Assistant Principals) — a) help the Headmaster run the school.

 

7. Speak in class. Talk about the people who work at school. Use Ex. 5 on p. 40. Start like this:

They are Headmasters who always get ready to greet the pupils and run the school during the year, and Vice Principals (Assistant Principals) who help the Headmaster run the school, and Secretaries who keep the Headmaster’s Office running and Psychologists who work with pupils, their parents and teachers to test and understand how to help children study better. They are teachers who plan how to teach English, Science, Maths and other school subjects. Physical Education teachers who check the sport equipment and Art and Music teachers who teach students to draw, sing, understand notes, play and sing from the music. And also there are Social Workers who decorate the classrooms for the new school year and Librarians who check the books in the school library.

 

8. Put the verbs in brackets into the correct tense form.

1. What are you doing now? — I am checking this computer.
2. Who works with students, their parents and teachers to help children study better? — I think, school psychologists.
3. Our school nurse has already checked all the important records.
4. The librarian was checking the books, when I came into the library.
5. Can I talk to your parents?
6. The new Headmaster is running our school this year.

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