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ENGLISH PART 1 Условные оБозНаЧеНия V ч->' г я 1) слушаем читаем задание на диске задание в рабочей тетради переход от урока к уроку задание по усмотрению учителя с.г. Тер-Минасова, Л.М. Узунова, Е.И. Сухина Ю.О. Собещанская английским язык 4 класс Учебник ДЛЯ оЗщеобразовательных учреждений В двух частях Часть 1 Учебник прошел экспертизу в РАН (протокол 10106-5215/244 от 12.10.2011) и РАО (протокол 01-5/7Д-12 от 11.10.2011) на соответствие требованиям ФГОС НОО Рекомендовано Министерством образования и науки Российской Федерации Учебник принадлежит к системе «Перспективная начальная школа» (экспертное заю..эчение РАО № 01-5/7д-632 от 01.11.2012) УДК 373.167.1:811.111 ББК81.2АНГЛ-922 А 64 Английский язык [Текст] : 4 кл. : Учебник для А64 общеобразоват. учреждений: В 2 ч. / С.Г. Тер-Минасова, Л.М. Узунова, Е.И. Сухина, Ю.О. Собещанская. — М.: Академкнига/Учебник, 2013. — Ч. 1. — 112 с. : цв. ил. + 1 CD ISBN 978-5-49400-331-1 (общ.) ISBN 978-5-49400-334-8 (ч.1) Учебник разработан в соответствии с требованиями Федерального государственного образовательного стандарта начального общего образования по иностранному языку. Содержание учебника обеспечивает обучение в контексте коммуникативно-деятельностного, социокультурного и личностноориентированного подходов к развитию школьников; включает множество естественных ситуаций общения; создает мотивацию и интерес для учащихся на уроках английского языка. В учебно-методический комплект входят: Программа, Учебник, Рабочая тетрадь, Книга для чтения. Книга для учителя и Звуковое пособие. УДК 373.167.1:811.111 ББК81.2АНГЛ-922 ISBN 978-5-49400-333-1 (общ.) ISBN 978-5-49400-334-8 (ч.1) © Тер-Минасова С.Г, Узунова Л.М., Сухина Е.И., Собещанская Ю.О, 20|3 © Оформление. ООО «Издательство «Академкнига/Учебник», 20 7 .V £> © о Вд > ■ ■: т W ^ - '4^ ii I -f Здравствуй, дорогой друг! Тебя приветствуют твои старые друзья — Джо, Джейн, Джонни, Хетти и Снейки. Мы приглашаем тебя снова отправиться с нами на поиски приключений и встретиться с новыми героями — озорными и забавными Бигом и Багом. Мы побываем в разных городах России, Великобритании, США, Канады и Австралии, познакомимся с достопримечательностями и традициями этих мест и узнаем много интересного. И, конечно же, в этом необычном путешествии нам всегда будет помогать английский язык. Желаем тебе успехов! о> (У "'Г/" Ф © тт m г /// // 1ГТТиТТГТ ♦ ' FROM BRITAIN иЛТН LOVE О I O a) Jane and Johnny has found (нашли) an interesting puzzle. Say what you see in the pictures. Please help! Take me home. Scotland England Wales Northern Af Ireland Edinburgh л;> Ь) Listen to Jane, Johnny, Joe and Snakey (No. 1). What is in the puzzle? x a) Answer the questions. • What does Jane say about the UK? Where did Snakey go last summer? What do the friends want to do with the flower? t ♦a. ^ Our Theatre b)* Act out the conversation from exercise 1b. 3) Listen to the friends (No. 2), repeat and learn the poem. Mi Let’s Go to the UK! Let’s go to the UK! Where in the UK? To Edinburgh, the capital of Scotland. OKI - Let’s go to the UK! - Where in the UK? - To Cardiff, the capital of Wales. - OK! Let’s go to the UK! Where in the UK? To London, the capital of England. OK! - Let’s go to the UK! - Where in the UK? - Let’s go to Northern Ireland, to Belfast. - OK! 4) Work in pairs. Speak with your partner. - Where in the UK do you want to go? - I want to go to it’s the capital of ... . - What do you want to do there? - I want to ... . take pictures, see the sights, play football, see friends, go to museums / the cinema / the theatre, speak English ■ ■TW ■ и . .-г s;—W'i Read out loud. [Ш] can capital. The capital of the UK is London [л] cou^ntry. The UK is a country on the Earth, [a;] art, part England is a part of the UK. [e] red, Belfast; [a;] [3] Northern capital ot Northern Ireland is Belfast [ edinb(a)ra] Edinburgh; [d] Scotland. The capital of Scotland is Edinburgh. b) Jane and Johnny are telling Hetty about the UK. Read and say what she learned about this country. Then listen to the text (No. 3) and read it out loud. The United Kingdom^ of Great Britain and Northern Ireland London, England Cardiff, Wales Edinburgh, Scotland Belfast, Northern Ireland Johnny: Hetty: Jane: Hetty: Johnny: Hetty: Jane: Johnny Hetty, we want to go to the UK! What Is it? It’s a country — the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. What is its capital? London. London is the capital of England, too. I seel And what is England? It’s a part of the UK. There are three more parts: Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland. ^ .1 н And Great Britain is the name for England, Scotland and Wales. ' The United Kingdom [бэ ju:^naitid 'kiodam], the UK [da ju: kei] Королевство - Соединённое ’-Л C"' ■ l.-A Г ■: ■ j.' A. ‘ -'Л ■i?;; j: { 1^. __ r, к Hetty: Johnny Jane: Hetty: I can see Cardiff, the capital of Wales. Right! And the capital of Scotland is Edinburgh And Belfast Is the capital of Northern Ireland. Thank you, Jane. I like this country! UUrlte It Right 6) a) Write and remember. Scotland, Edinburgh, Wales, Cardiff, Northern Ireland, Belfast, capital, part, country b) Johnny wants to write to Rick about the UK. Let’s help him. Complete the sentences below. From: I Hi Rick, How are you? Jane and I want to go to the UK. It’s a ... It has four ... . We want to go to London, the ... of England. We want to go to Belfast, the capital of ..... We want to go to ... , the capital of Scotland. We want to go to Cardiff, the capital of ... . Bye, on the Earth Johnny Johnny: Look! There (билет) in the puzzle. Jane: What is it for? (See lesson 2.) is a ticket I Ш VIoTneiuorte Nos 1-3. 2. Ex. 5, p. 6. 3. i_J Ex. 1-3. V a) Recite (прочитай наизусть) the poem “Let’s go to the UK”. b) Ask your friend 5 questions about the UK. What is ...? How many parts . What’s the capital 9 I ■ of 2) Johnny and Jane are on the phone with Joe and are telling him about their plan. Listen to their conversation (No. 4), look at the pictures and guess the meaning of the new words. ILJJ' " - a) Where are Jane and Johnny? What are they going to do in the UK? Why are they smiling (улыбаются)? Our Theatre b) Act out their conversation from exercise 2. 4) a) Johnny and Jane will tell you about four famous people from the UK. Listen to them (No. 5), look at the pictures and put them in the correct order according to the text (b правильном порядке в соответствии с текстом). „г- William Kidd Liam Neeson J. K. Rowling Katherine Jenkins b) Say what you know about the people in exercise 4a. 'Т ?^о pictures. What can you say about thesp people? Describe them. ^ Charlie Chaplin is English. He’s a famous actor. He is not tail, he has dark hair and brown eyes. George Best, a football player (Northern Ireland) Charlie Chaplin, an actor (England) 5) Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, a writer (Scotland) Catherine Zeta-Jones, an actress (Wales) a) Read out loud. [ei] game, famous, a famous English singer; [o] hobby, monument, a monument to Queen Victoria; [i] six, visit, history, to learn about the history of the UK, to visit a museum; [(I5] Jane, enjoy, enjoy a book, enjoy playing football; [d] Scotland, Scottish, a Scottish sportsman; [ai] Ireland, Irish, an Irish writer; [e] help, Welsh, a Welsh artist. b) Read and guess what these words mean (догадайся, что значат эти слова). rugby ['глдЫ], popular ['pDpjub], legend [ led39nd], rose [rsoz], symbol ['simb(9)l] c) Jane and Johnny are at friend Sally. Read and say how (No. 6) and read out loud. a rugby game with their new she helped them. Then listen Rugby Jane: Johnny: Saily: Jane: What game are we going to watch? We are going to watch a rugby game. Sally, can you tell us about it? Yes! Rugby is an English game, but it Is popular in many countries. What is the history of rugby? Sally: The legend says, there was an English schoolboy who enjoyed playing football. One day, he took the ball in his arm and ran with it. He invented^ a new game and became famous. His name was William Ellis, now there is a monument to him near his school. Rugby School Jane: Sally: That’s very interesting! And why is there a rose on the flag? The red rose is a symbol of England and English rugby. Johnny: Did you hear that, Jane? England is the home for our rose! ’ to invent [in'vent] - изобретать UUrite 6) Right a) Write and remember. famous, popular, monument, history, visit eniov Scottish, Irish, Welsh b) • Write one thing you enjoy doing. I enjoy playing football. • Write two things you are going to do on Sunday. I am going to watch a film. • * Write two things you learned about rugby. (S®' Jane: We learned the UK! I want to about them. Johnny: I have an (See lesson 3.) so many interesting things tell my friends on the Blue idea! about Planet О Homeiuorfe Nos 4-6. 2. Ex. 5, p. 10. 3. I Ex. 1-3. l) Let’s tell Johnny, Jane and Sally about famous Russian people. singer, writer, tennis player, actor, general, astronaut li' .V, ллщррд Alexander Pushkin is a famous Russian poet and writer. Alexander Pushkin Alexander Suvorov Leo Tolstoy Yuri Gagarin Sergei Lemeshev Mikhail Boyarsky Marat Safin 2) a) Johnny and Jane are telling Joe about their new plan. Listen (No. 7) and talk about it. r Spacenet^ a website about the Earth! Pages: Animals Art Cities Clothes Countries Famous people Food Hobbies Monuments Museums Traditions ITI M l I 1-1 ’ On the Earth there is the Internet and on the Blue Planet there Spacenet. is the 151k I Where are Jane and Johnny? Do they like it there? What is their new plan? Who is it going to be for? What will they put there? Who will do it with them? What does Jane say about her? Our Theatre 3) a) * Act out Johnny, Jane and Joe’s talk. b) Work in pairs. You and your friend are going to make a new website. Discuss (обсудите) the questions and tell the class about your website. What will it be about? Who will it be interesting for? What pages are you going to make? Who will help you? 4) Read out loud. [e] friend, friendly. He’s a friendly boy. [ai] five, child, website. She’s a nice and friendly child. It’s an interesting website, [ei] cake, page. Let’s make a page about Wales, [i] chicken, children, a website for children; [ae] cat, camera, take pictures with a camera; [оэ] sure. I’m sure you will enjoy it. Are you sure? I’m not sure where it is. 5) a) Read these words and guess what they mean. national [ naejnal], emblem [ emblam], telephone [ telifaon]: taxi ['taeksi], tourist ['toarist], cricket ['krikit] b) Right or wrong? Say what you think. Then read Jane s page at the new website and check (проверь) your answers. it <> Britain’s national flag has three flags in one. The national flower of England Is a red rose. Wales does not have a flower emblem. Taxies in London are yellow. You can see red telephone boxes in London. Tourists visit museums in London. Football is the most popular sport in Britain. Famous Symbols of the UK The Union Jack This is the national flag of the UK, the Union Jack. There are three flags in it: the English, the Scottish and the Irish one. The four parts of the UK have their flower emblems. All children here learn about them at school. The red rose is a symbol of England. It is on the flag of the English Rugby teamL The flower emblem of Northern Ireland is the shamrock^. The national flower of Wales is the daffodiF. The symbol of Scotland is the thistle'^. ’ a team [ti:m] - команда 2 a shamrock ['Jaemrok] - трилистник ^ a daffodil [ daefadil] - нарцисс a thistle ['Oisl] - чертополох ,u .. The red telephone box and the black taxi are famous symbols of London and England. Tourists like to take pictures of them with their cameras. England’s national sport is cricket, but the most popular sports game in Britain is football. c) Listen to the text (No. 8) and read it out loud. UJrit0 It liiglit §) a) Write and remember. website, page, child, children, friendly, camera, sure b) Write 4—5 sentences (предложений) about your new website (see ex. 3b). 4 / {Щ Jane: Let’s go for a walk in London. Sally: Great! I can take some pictures. Johnny: But where is your camera? (See lesson 4.) HoTneuiorte 1. ® ' No. 8. 2. Ex. 4, 5a, b. p. 3. I I Ex. 1-3. 1) How many things about the UK can you remember? Let’s play a game! The pictures will help you. 1 2 3 4 1^ Scotland England Wales Northern Ireland » .■j ^ V. ^ r Johnny and Jane are at Sally’s house, they are going fQ. a walk in London. Sally is looking for her camera. Listen to them (No. 9), look at the pictures and guess the meaning of the new words. 3) a) Look at the pictures and describe (опиши) Sally’s living room and bedroom. Which room do you like most? in the centre of, behind, opposite, between, on the wall, under, in front of, near b)^ Work in pairs. Ask your friend what things he or she has at home and where they are. Describe your friend’s home to your classmates (одноклассники). i 4) Listen to Sally’s song (No. 10), sing and learn it. My Home I sleep in my bedroom, I cook in the kitchen. And in the living room can draw pictures. I read in my bedroom, I play in the living room. And in the bathroom I take a shower. And in the bathroom I’m taking a bath now. 5) a) Read out loud. [a:] car, carpet, bath, to take a bath. There is a carpet in the living room, [o] book, bookshelf, bookshelves. The book is on the bookshelf, [з:] curtains, beautiful curtains. Let’s look behind the curtains, [i] dinner, mirror. There is a mirror in the bathroom, [o:] door, floor. There is a carpet on the floor, [i:] see, green, between. Can you see the green book between the computer and the window? [o] orange, opposite. There is a mirror opposite the bookshelves. b) Read and guess what these words mean. official [a'fijl], residence ['rezidans], monarch ['monak], statue ['stae^u:] c) Read Johnny’s Journal on the Spacenet and answer the questions. Then listen to the text (No. 11) and read it out loud. ^ How did the children get to the centre of London? Why did they go to the London Eye? What is Big Ben? * What did Jane like most? * Where else did they go? ’ a journal ['с^зтэ!] - дневник One Great Day in London Yesterday my friends and I had a lovely day in London. We went to the centre of the city in a black taxi. We wanted to see a lot of monuments and museums, so we went to the London Eye. It is on the river Thames and it’s very tall. You can see a lot of sights from there. I liked the Houses of Parliament^ and their clock tower^ with a very big belP - the Big Ben, a famous symbol of London. ’ Houses of Parliament ['ра:1эт9п1] ^ a tower [ taoa] - башня - здания Парламента a bell [bel] - колокол Ai - L ,'m 4. Jane liked Buckingham Palace. It’s the official London residence of the British monarch. Now it is the home of Queen Elizabeth IP. Opposite the palace there is a beautiful statue of Queen Victoria. She was the first monarch who lived there. From the London Eye we went to the Tower of London. It is 900 years old! It’s a fantastic place where you can learn about the history of Great Britain. To see more pictures of London, visit www.londonforfun.com. Queen Elizabeth II [kwim i lizabaG дэ 'sekand] - королева Елизавета II VUrite а) Write and remember. bookshelf (bookshelves), curtains, carpet, mirror, floor, between, opposite, bath, shower b) Imagine a room in Buckingham Palace. Write 4-5 sen tences about the room. Use (используй) the words from exer cise 6a. Sally: I have a friend in Russia. Let’s him! Johnny: OKI Let’s go in our spaceship. Jane: Oh no, look at your computer! (See lesson 5.) go and visit Нотпешогк 1. " Nos 9, 10, 11. 2. Ex. 5, p. 19. 3. 1^ Ex. 1-3. о 0 a) Let’s sing Sally’s b) Tell your friend Buckingham Palace. song “My Home” (No. 12). what you wrote about a room in Ч?) a) Listen to an old English poem for children (No. 13) and learn it. b)^ You can make a poem yourself (сам, сама). Lise “snow” or “wind” or “clouds” instead of (вместо) “rain”. Jr. / n Rain, Rain, Go Away Rain, rain, go away\ Come again^ another day; Little Johnny wants to play. ?) a) Johnny, Jane and Sally went to Russia on the spaceship. But there was a problem with the computer, and they didn’t get to Moscow. Listen (No. 14) and look at the pictures. Where are they? O 1 0 V AJt \ 1 fmr * rry^.. Qo away - уходи come again [a'gen] - приходи снова Our Theatre b)^ Look at the pictures on page 23 and act out the conversation. 4) Tell your friend about the your friend will guess the city. weather in a British city, and Edinburgh It’s ... . It’s a ... day. The weather is ■ ■ ■ Belfast Cardiff London a) Read out loud. [e] healthy, weather, warm weather. What’s the weather like? [л] run, fun, sun. The sun gets up in the morning, [ao] about, cloud, clouds. The sun is behind the clouds, [i] wind, different, two different cities, dirty, rainy, snowy, sunny, cloudy, windy. b) Read and guess what these words mean. : tsar [zq:], president ['prezidant], gallery fgsebri] : • • c) Johnny, Jane and Sally are in Moscow now. They meet Sally’s friend Dima who tells them about Moscow. Read the text, find the answers to the questions below and read them out loud. Then listen to the text (No. 15). 1. ^ Where does Dima live? 2. Where does the monument to Yuri Dolgoruky stand^? 3. When is it better to visit the Kremlin? What can you see there? stand - стоит 1* When is it better to go to a museum? What did Yuri Dolgoruky do and when? What was in the Kremlin in the old days? How is it different now? What are the most famous museums in Moscow? My Home City This is Moscow, my home city. It is the capital of Russia and it has a very long history. Do you know the monument opposite the Moscow City HalP? That’s Yuri Dolgoruky. He founded^ Moscow in 1147. Today the weather is warm and sunny, so it is a good idea to visit the Kremlin. There are museums, beautiful palaces, old churches^ and monuments there. In the old days the Kremlin was different - it was white, and now it is red. Then it was the home of Russian tsars, and now it’s the official home of the President of Russia. ’ Moscow City Hall [ho:l] - мэрия ^ founded [Taondid] - основал ^ church [^3:tJ] - церковь You can see more pictures of the at www.tours.kremlin.ru. When the weather is not very nice tourists can visit famous museums of Museum or the Tretyakov Gallery. Kremlin on the Internet - rainy, snowy or windy, Moscow - the Pushkin Ulrite It Right §) a) Write and remember. different, weather, rainy, snowy, wind, windy, cloud, cloudy, sun, sunny /L / ‘ b) Complete the sentences and help Johnny write about Moscow in his Journal on the Spacenet. Jane and I are in Moscow. Yesterday, the ... was very nice: it was ... and ... . We visited ... . I saw ... there. Today, the weather is different. It’s ... and ... . We are going to ... . I’m sure we will enjoy ... . Sally: I want to invite England. Dima: Great! Let’s go. (See lesson 6.) you to a fantastic museum in Homeuiorfe Nos 13-15. 2. Ex. 5, p. 24. 3. I | Ex. 1-3. 4. Project “Welcome to My Home City (Town\ Village^)!” You can tell about: • history and traditions; • famous monuments and famous people; • museums, cinemas, theatres; • sights popular with tourists; • famous symbols; • the weather. о Recite your favourite poem or sing a song from lessons 1-5. Listen to your friends and enjoy! town [tann] - небольшой город village ['vilid^] - деревня, село, посёлок You are a teacher on the Blue Planet. Make a lesson about What is the UK? What are its parts and their capitals? What are the famous symbols of the UK? Where can you see them? What sports games are popular in Britain? Where is the London Eye? What can you see from there? What are the most famous sights of London? What is Big Ben? Where is the home of Queen Elizabeth II? How old is the Tower of London? What monument stands opposite Buckingham Palace? How many flags are there in the flag of the UK? Project. Present your project “Welcome to My Home City (Town, Village)!’’ to the class. mi fiC 4) a) Sally had a great questions. invited Dima, Johnny and day at a museum. Read Jane to Britain and they about it and answer the What is the name of the museum? Who is it for? What can children do there? Do you want to go there? Why? I ™ ‘ '7,- i’ Eureka!^ The National Children’s Museum Eureka! is the name of a fantastic museum in Britain. It is very different from many museums in the UK and in Russia because it is a museum for children. You can learn about homes and professions, animals and nature there. ' ■ iv • Prince Charles The museum was opened by Prince Charles^ on the 9th of April 1992 and welcomes children from 1 to 11 years old with their parents or their school teacher. Children enjoy visiting this friendly museum a lot because they can play, learn and have fun there in any weather. You can have a party with your friends there, too. If you want to read more about the Eureka! museum and see pictures, visit www.eureka.org. Eureka! [jfj'rirka] - Эврика! ^ Prince Charles [prins 'tja:lz] - the son of Queen Elizabeth II ■—ir R I ■ *■ b) Listen (No. 16) and read out loud. Ulrite It Right Write 3-4 sentences about your favourite museum. £4 Johnny: It \NdiS so interesting at the museum! I I will make a new website. Sally: That’s a great idea! What will it be about? (See lesson 11.) think Ibrneiuorfe m 2. Ex. 4, p. 28. 3. I___I Ex. 1-3. ©> a % аш> Шй© ш o^oUnio] а i щ .к- ШИАТ IS THE ШЕАТНЕВ LIKE? ■Л 1 1) On the Blue Planet there are three seasons: spring, summer and autumn. Look and say what the weather is like and what the people like to do in these seasons. d ^ S ^ d do sports, swim walk, dance, listen to music meet friends, have tea, watch TV 1>-' t- / - » - ««r- f-4 ‘ Ж weathpf ® '^®bsite! Ask him about the weatner in different cities of the UK. 3) Jane and Johnny on their planet. Listen to the website says. look up (проверяют) the weather their song (No. 17) and guess what What’s the Weather Like? - On Sunday The sun is shining. On Monday It’s also sunny. On Tuesday It’s a little bit cool, So there is no school. On Wednesday and Thursday It is getting frosty And it’s starting to snow. - On our planet? Oh, no! Sunday and Monday Tuesday Wednesday and Thursday Our Theatre 4/ Johnny wants to tell Hetty about the weather on their planet. Look at the pictures in exercise 3 and act out their talk. Hetty: What’s the weather like (on Sunday)? Johnny: It is (cool). / It is getting (frosty). ^ a) Read out loud. [ai] time, shine. The sun is shining today, it is great! [э:] all, also. It was cold yesterday, today it is also cold. Also, it is raining, [u:] zoo, cool. It is cool now. It is getting cool and windy, [d] popular, frosty. It is frosty today. It is getting trosty. [i] little, bit, a little bit. It’s a little bit cloudy, [a:] part, start. Let’s start! It is starting to rain. b) Read the text and answer the questions. Then listen to the text (No. 18) and read it out loud. 1- What was the weather like? 2. What did the naughty bear want? 3. Where did he go? 4. Who helped him? The Good Bear and the Naughty Bear It was winter. The sun was shining, but it was cold. It was getting snowy and frosty. For bears, it was time to start their winter sleep. But one naughty bear did not want to sleep “I will get a little bit of fish,” he said and went to the river. He sat’ down on the ice^ and got a big fish out of the water. “Great! I have got one!” he said and jumped up. The ice cracked^ a little bit - and he was in the water! A good bear came running to help him. He got him out of the water. “How can I thank you?” the naughty bear asked. “Give me that fish,” said the good bear and went to start his winter sleep. UUrite It Right §) a) Write and remember. shine, start, cool, frosty, a little bit, also ^ sat - сел 2 ice [ais] - лёд ^ crack [kraek] - треснуть b) Look up the weather for this week (неделю) and write about it. On Monday it is frosty (cold, cool, warm, hot) and snowy (rainy, cloudy, windy, sunny). On Tuesday it is... Jane: It is frosty on the Blue Planet! Johnny: Let’s go there and help the people (See lesson 12.) Нотпешогк ,e 1. ® Nos 17, 18. 2. Ex. 5, p. 33. 3. II Ex. 1-3. ^ 1) Let’s sing the song “What’s the Weather Like?” (No. 19) Our Theatre On the Weather Website there are pictures of different nnals. Hetty asks Johnny about them and Johnny answers, out their conversation. What is (the bear’s) favourite weather? What does it like to do? ani- Act Listen (No. recommends for Use the model. 20) and guess what the Weather Website different weather. Then act out a dialogue. - What do you put on in bad weather? - In bad weather I put on ... . • • • a) Our friends are going to the Blue Planet. Look and say what they are going to do. b) Listen (No. 21), read and say what they have done (сделали). C-*4' . Ч ^.'J. Ь/ ъ^' Л Johnny: Jane and Hetty: Jane: Hetty: I am cleaning the snow. I have cleaned the snow. We are helping the people. We have helped the people. They are protecting the animals. They have protected the animals. You are cooking food. You have cooked the food. Thank you! О о Thank you!)° о О __f~ Read out loud. [as] capital, hat. In hot weather I always have a hat on к + cold, please put on your winter at. [u.j cool, boot. I put a hat on my head and a boot on my foot, [d] frosty, sock. It is rainy, we are putting on our socks and boots, [e] healthy, sweater. It’s frosty, she is putting on her sweater, [з:] thirsty, T-shirt. I am going to get a new T-shirt. [i:j leaf, jeans. We have jeans and T-shirts on. [90] cold, coat. They have winter coats on. b) Read out loud and complete the sentences with the words from the box which rhyme (рифмуются). Then sing the song along (No. 21). hat, socks, boots, sweater, jeans, coat, T-shirt Put It On! It is so hot. It is so hot. Put on your ... and your ... . Come on, come on. Just put them on! The weather isn’t very good Put on your ... , put on your ... . Come on, come on. Just put them on! The weather’s getting very cold. Put on your ... and your ... . Come on, come on. Just put them on! The weather’s really very So don’t forget, put on your ... . Come on, come on. Just put it on! bad. UUrite It Right ^ a) Write and remember. put on, jeans, T-shirt, sock, boot, sweater, coat, hat b) Look at the picture in exercise 4 and write an e-mail from our friends to Joe. Describe what they have done. к ё 1 ^ JX From: jJohnny, Jane, Hetty Dear Joe, How are you? We are fine Blue Planet. We have... Also, we have... Yours, Johnny, Jane and Hetty Today we have visited the u S3 Jane: We have helped the people, but now we have got no clothes. Johnny: No problem! Look... (See lesson 13.) Homeiuorfe 1. Nos 20, 21. 2. Ex. 5, p. 38. 3 Ex. 1-3. > ) Let’s sing the song “Put It On!” (No. 22) Look and say what these people from the Blue Planet have done today. Today they have (enjoyed the weather). walk in the snow, play snowballs, ski, skate, decorate, celebrate, enjoy the weather Johnny and Jane Spacenet. Listen (No. what Johnny wants. are going to get some clothes from the 23a) and guess what Jane wants and Johnny Jane: Johnny: Jane: Johnny; Jane: Johnny: Jane: What do you need? I need a skirt. You need a skirt - I need a shirt. What do you need? I need some blouses. You need some blouses - I need some trousers What do you need? I need some shoes. You need some shoes - I need some boots. OK, come on, let’s try them on! "5; ^ а) There is а problem! Look and say what clothes they have got and what they really need. Our Theatre b)^ Act out a conversation between Jane (or Johnny) and the Spacenet Seller. Seller: What do you need? Jane / Johnny: I need (a skirt). Seller: Here you are. Try it on, Jane / Johnny: Thank you. please 5) Who has mixed it all up? Listen (No. 23b), read and say. .V A. V ^ I ш Big has already [э:Ггес11] visited many computers he has switched them off. Bug has just visited Johnny’s computer and he mixed it all up. and has a) Read out loud. [i:] meet, need. It is cold, so we need boots and a coat, [ai] why, try, try on. Please, try on these jeans, [з:] T-shirt, shirt, skirt. I need a skirt and my brother needs a shirt, [ao] cloud, blouse, trousers. Do you need a blouse or a shirt, trousers or a skirt? [u:] cool, shoe. I am going to try on shoes, [л] sun, just. I have just started my computer. He has just opened an interesting page, [e] breakfast, already. You have already visited this shop. She has already tried on these shoes. b) Read the text and answer the (No. 24) and read out loud. 1. What was the weather like? 2. What did the animals put on? 3. What did Bella the Bunny^ need? 4. What did she do? questions. Then listen bunny [ Ьлп1]- кролик, крольчиха .Ц- К Л: г Bella the Bunny’s Hat Part I All the animals in the forest were happy. The sun was shining, the weather was great, and there was a big Spring Festival. All the animals wanted to look good. Some of them put on nice skirts and blouses, some put on shirts and trousers. And all put on hats because there was a prize for the best hat. Bella the Bunny needed a nice hat too. She took some spring flowers and asked her friend, little bird Binky, for help. Binky decorated it and Bella got a lovely hat. She tried it on and was very happy. “I know I am going to be the best,” she said. lUrite It ШдЫ D a) Write and remember. need, try on, skirt, shirt, blouse, trousers, shoe, just, already b) Look at the picture in exercise 6b and write what clothes these animals have on. Jane: The people want to thank us. They are going to... Johnny: To do what? (See lesson 14.) 4 Hoineiuorfe 4 1- ® Nos 23a, b, 24. 2. Ex. 6, p. 42. 3. I________ Ex. 1-3. £i ' ,% «г ^ > There is а problem with the Weather Website. Ask Johnny what it shows and correct the mistakes. - What’s the weather like in (Africa)? Ш ■ ■ - It is not right. It is not (frosty) there - What have the peopie got? ■ ■ ■ - It is not right. They need (a T-shirt). i! n NL 2) а) There is a Winter planet! Listen (No. 25) and to put ou. Ball for our friends on the Blue guess what Jane and Johnny need * * Our Theatre b)^ Read the dialogue and act out the conversation. Winter Bail Jane: Johnny Jane: Johnny: Oh no, Johnny, what is that? I’m wearing trainers and a cap. It’s cool! It isn’t! It is bad. And for a ball you can’t wear that Look, I’m wearing a dress. You need a suit and shoes. No stress! Johnny is a little bit sad. *^3sn’t done and what Hetty words from the box. Listen (No. 26) and say what he hasn’t done. Use the model and visit a ballroom, dress for a ball, dance, talk to famous people Johnny: I have not visited a ballroom. I haven’t danced yet. Jane: Hetty has not visited a ballroom. She hasn’t danced yet. 4) Look at Bug’s plan for today. Read and say what he has already done and what he hasn’t done yet. Yes No 1. Switch off Johnny's computer л/ 2. Visit different websites 3. Play computer games 4. Watch films 5. Listen to music 6. Mix it all up ^ a) Read out loud. [еэ] bear, wear. What is he wearing? He is wearing trousers and a shirt, [ae] hat, cap. In sunny weather I a cap and my sister wears a hat. [e] website, dress. I love wear dresses, [ei] rain, trainers. For sports, we need trainers, caps 3nd T-shirts. [)u:] Tuesday, suit. Yesterday I needed a suit, gQ I went to the shop, [je] yesterday, yet. I haven’t finished my lunch yet. He hasn’t cooked his dinner yet. b) Read the text and correct the sentences. Then listen to the text (No. 27) and read it out loud. • The animals showed their coats and sweaters. • There was a horse behind Bella. • The fox ate the flowers from Bella’s hat. • Bella had the best hat. Bella the Bunny’s Hat Part II It was time for the festival. The animals started to walk and show their dresses, suits and shoes. Also, they were wearing nice hats or caps. Behind Bella, there was Gordy the Goat. He started to eat the flowers from her hat, but Bella did not see that. When the festival was finished. Holly the Horse said, “The fox has got the best hat! She is getting the prize.” Bella was very angry. “My hat is the best. Look!” She took the hat off her head and saw that there were no flowers! “Oops!” said the Goat. “Sorry, Bella.” “But you are getting a prize too,” said Holly the Horse. “The prize for the funniest hat!” Mi -Г -! 6) а) Write and remember. wear, cap, trainers, dress, suit, yet b) Look at exercise 4 and write what Bug has already done and what he hasn’t done yet. Johnny: OK, let’s go to the ball. \ ^ (See lesson 15.) Нотпешогк 1. ® Nos 25, 26, 27. 2. Ex. 5, p. 46. 3. i.ji Ex. 1—3. 4. Project “My Favourite Character”. Describe your favourite character from a book or a film. Write what he (she) wears in different weather. If you do not know, think of (придумай) his (her) costumes. 0 Listen to the music, guess the songs and sing along (No. 28)- a) Look who has come to the Winter Ball! Describe these famous characters and say what they are wearing (See page 4У)- b) Project. Present your project “My Favourite Character”. One of the guests wants to know about the weather on the Earth in different months. Answer his questions about your city. What’s the weather like in (January)? What do you wear / put on in (January)? December, January, February June, July, August Ши □ iC r < March, April, May September, October, November ^ а) Near the ballroom there is a fashion room for pets Listen (No. 29) and complete the chart in your Workbook. ♦ * Our Theatre b) Jane wants to get clothes for her pet. Read the text and in pairs act out her conversation with the seller. Seller: Jane: Seller Jane: Seller: Jane: Seller: Jane: Seller: Jane: Can I help you? Yes, please. What do you need? I need (a shirt) for my (dog). Here you are. Try (it) on, please. Thank you. Do you like it? Yes, I do. / No, I don’t. How much- is it? It is ... roubles ['ru:blz]. OK, I will take it. 5) a) Look at the ball programme and say what Hetty has already done and what she hasn’t done yet. WINTER BALL PROGRAMME @) 2. Listen to music (YES 3. Dance 5. Play games (^S 6. Visit the pet room (VES b)’^ Tell your friend what you have already done and what you haven’t done yet today. ^---------------------------------------------------------- open my book, learn new things, talk to my teacher, talk to my friends, listen to music, walk a little bit, play games, watch TV, clean my room, finish classes б) For the next (следующий) ball, Jane and Johnny want to wear new costumes. Read the text and answer the questions. Then listen to the text (No. 30) and read it out loud. 1. What does Jane want to put on? 2. What does Johnny need? 3. What colours does Johnny like? 4. What is “red” in Russian? Russian National Costumes Jane: Johnny: Jane: Look, I want to wear a Russian national costume. I haven’t tried it on yet, but it is lovely! Russians love to decorate their costumes. For girls, there is a long dress - a sarafan, a white blouse, and a special hat - a kokoshnik. Oh, you can forget about your space cap and put on a kokoshniki Sure. They come in different colours, so I’ll get a blue one. У' ^ i i Johnny Jane: Me too, I need a Russian costume, but for boys, of course. I like tall black boots, trousers in dark colours and bright^ shirts. I haven’t tried on bright suits on the Blue Planet. Take the red shirt. It is one of the favourite colours for Russian costumes because “red” is “beautiful” щ Russian. Ulrite It Right z) a) Write exercise 5a. b) * Write about your family. Describe them and write what they like to wear. Bug: Johnny thinks his computer problems have just started. Big: Ha-ha-ha! (See lesson 20.) is OK now. But Ноптешогк Nos 29, 30. 2. Ex. 6, ’ bright [brait] - яркий »: i.' . глГ ANIMAL lUORLD 0 Johnny has made an Animal Website. But Big and Bug all the things up. Look at the picture and ask your friend. • What is the weather like? • What weather do the animals really like? mix к о V\ Look and say what the animals are wearing. Our Theatre — b)^ Help them get new clothes at the fair (на ярмарке). Act out their conversations with the seller. ^ 3) a) Big and Bug have put a picture of a strange animal on Johnny’s website. Listen (No. 31) and guess what Johnny is telling Jane. Describe the animal. Find it - and your computer will be OK! - b) Think of an animal. Describe it and your friend will try to guess what it is. Your friend: What is it like? You: It is (big). It has got (wings). It can (fly). It is like (a fox). 4) a) Listen (No. 32) and guess what Jane and Johnny say about the animal and what they want to do. b) Read and remember. be - was / were - been, see - saw - • We have been to many planets. • We haven’t seen these animals. c) Complete the sentences. Then say where you have already been to. They already (to be) to the UK. They already (to see) a lot of interesting places. But they (not to be) to Russia yet. They (not to see) the Kremlin yet. У a) Read out loud. [ai] try, fly, sky, hide, find. The sun is shining in the sky. Birds are flying in the sky. Where is the cat hiding? I cannot it. [i] little, wing. My bird has got long red and orange wings, [o:] naughty, paw. I take my dog’s paw and say, “Hi.” He has got big paws like a bear, [ei] famous, strange. What is this animal like? - It is very strange. Af from"L''box wh^h'^rhyme"'' words € ^41^ , J, -i paws, sky, fly. find it, strange, like dogs Johnny: Jane: Johnny: Jane: Johnny: Jane: Jane: Johnny: Strange Animal I’ve got a picture on my page. The animal is very ... ! What is it like? Red like a fox. Big like a bear, angry ... . It’s got four really big ... So it can walk and run, of course It’s got two wings, so it can ... Fly like a big bird in the ... ! So where is it hiding? Let us go and ... ! 6) UUrite It Right f a) Write and remember. wing, paw, sky, fly, hide, find, strange, be - was / were - been, see - saw - seen b) Write an e-mail to Hetty about the strange animal To: 1 Hetty From: (Mike) <(mike)[email protected]> iba& Dear Hetty, I have been to school today and I have seen of a strange animal. It is... . It has got... . It can... . It is like.... Can you help me find it? Where is it hiding? Yours, a picture А/ г “ “Ь. • ' Johnny: Let’s go and find the animal. Jane: Yes, let’s go, but where? (See lesson 21.) Homeiuorfe ^ 1. © Nos 31, 32. 2. Ex. 5, p. 55. 3 Our Theatre 0 a) There are pictures of fantastic animals from books on Johnny’s website. Hetty asks him what they Act out their conversation. Use the model below. different are like. Johnny: I have got a strange (horse). Hetty: What is it like? Johnny: It is (big). It has got (wings). It can (fly). It is like (a fox). m ^ "^4. m r 1 describe it to the class. and ?) a) Jane and Johnny are looking for the strange animal Listen (No. 33) and guess where they want to go and what they want to do. b) Ask your friend where he / she wants to go and why Then listen to the song and sing along. Let’s Travel Let’s fly in the sky. Let’s bathe^ in the lake. Let’s swim in the sea. Now sing it with me. Let’s Let’s Let’s Now, jump in the jungle, climb up the mountain sleep in the field, is it all real? ’ travel [ traevl] - путешествовать ^ bathe [bei5] - купаться Af ■n- .JJi - ' ■L.'JL J . йь. Big and Bug have mixed up all the pictures, and the animals cannot find their homes. Ask your friend where they lived before and what they liked to do. Where did (the horse) live? What did (it) like to do? 4) a) Listen to the end of the song “Let’s Travel” (No. 34) and guess what Johnny and Jane say. Sing along. Oh, yes, we have jumped. Oh, yes, we have climbed. That’s what we have done. That’s where we have gone. b) Read and remember. do - did - done [dAn], go - went - gone [gon] • They have done a lot of interesting things. • They have gone to different countries. Complete the sentences and you will read a story about our friends. /+ Т already (to be) to different countries. Thev Wales today. They already (to do) a lot of excitinn ings there. But they (not to see) the strange animal yet. ^ 5) a) Read out loud. [л] sun, jungle. I haven’t been to the jungle. Monkeys enjoy jumping and playing In the jungle, [ei] strange, lake. We have seen a nice lake today. It is fun to swim in the lake, [i:] need, sea, field. Horses and cows are in the field all day. [ao] about, mountain. My friends have gone to the mountains. They love the mountains! [ai] hide, find, climb [klaim]. I haven’t climbed the mountains. My cat has climbed up the tree and is hiding there, [з:] girl. Merlin. b) Our friends have found (нашли) the strange animal. Read the text on Johnny's website and say what it is and where it lived. Then listen (No. 35) and read out loud. The Welsh Dragon The red dragon is a strange animal with big wings and paws. It is a symbol of Wales. You can see it on the flag of the country. There is a monument to it, too. rLr ‘ - ^ ■ In old times there lived a king. He wanted to make a castle on a mountain. His people made walls and a floor, but In the morning they were goneT There was a clever boy, Merlin. He said that there were two dragons under the castle, they were the problem. The king listened to him and helped ^ they were gone - они исчезли А/ the dragons come out and fly up into the sky. They were red and white. They had a battle^ and the red dragon won^. Now it is a popular symbol of the Welsh people. rite It Right 6) a) Write and remember. jungle, lake, sea, field, mountain, climb, do - did - done, go - went - gone b) Look at the pictures in exercise 2 and write where you have already been and where you haven’t been yet. Then write what you can do there. a battle ['baetl] - битва won [wAn] - победил I have already been to... / I haven’t been to... yet. Yon can (walk, run and jump, swim, fish, climb, hide, fiy) in.. 1) Jane: We have dragon. Johnny: Yes, and OK again! do now? (See lesson 22.) seen the Welsh my computer is But what do we Нотлешогк Nos 33, 34, 35. 2. Ex. 5, p. 60. Ex. 1-3. о a) Sing the song “Let’s Travel” (No. 36). Ask your friend and answer his / her questions - Who flies in the sky? - A bird does. fly, hide, sleep, sing, live, swim (in the) sky, lake, sea, jungle, forest, field, mountains # (g) a) Big and Bug have put 4 puzzles on the Animal Website. Listen to them (No. 37a) and guess the answers (say the number of the picture). b) Listen to Jane and Johnny’s answers (No. 37b). Nam the animals in the pictures. И/ Our Theatre 3) a) In pairs act out the talk in exercise 2. b) ^Have you seen these animals? Where them? did you see I have seen (a wolf). I saw it (at the Zoo) 4) a) Read and remember. take - took - taken ['teikan] give - gave - given [ givn] b) Complete the sentences and say where Jane and Johnny are now and what they have already done there. We are at the Zoo. We already (see) many birds and animals. We (take) pictures for our website and we (give) some sugar to a horse. ^ a) Read out loud. И wolf, many wolves. ^ wolf at the Zoo. [i] city, Wolves eat meat. I have seen silly, a silly clown. A silly clown can’t do a sum. [i:] see, sleep, sheep. The sheep is sleepj III u 1Ч-/ ---, ^ , '-j a щЫ animal. Wolves are wild animals. Wild animals don’t usually |j with people, [k] clock, black, duck. Ducks can swim, a Гп^ the field. Sheep’ are a little bit silly, [ai] child, wild, Г'"'[^9 ■ ■■ • _l_ %Af!l^l ----•--— I _ _l_ i. ^I|(1 lly ----- . . . _ i C is a bird, it can swim and fly. [ рэо1э] polar bear. Polar bears are white. Polar bears enjoy cold weather. b) Johnny has put this old fable (басня) on his Animal Website. Read it and find the answers to the questions in the text. Then listen (No. 38) and read out loud. 1. Who was with the sheep day and night? Why? 2. What did the wolves say to the sheep? 3. Why did they say that? 4. Who were the sheep’s real friends? 5. What did the wolves do when the dogs went away? л* ^ V. ч^ ^ / * The Wolves, the Dogs, and the Sheep One day some Wolves saw a flock of Sheep in a field and wanted to eat them. But they couldn’t do it, because the Dogs were in the field with the Sheep day and night to guard^ them from wild animals. The Wolves were clever and they thought of a plan. They said to the Sheep, “The Dogs are not your friends. We are your real friends. Make the Dogs go away, and you vvil see how happy you will be with us.” The silly Sheep made the Dogs go away. Then the Wolves came into the field and ate the Sheep *What does the fable teach us? guard [ga:d] - охранять П iJ lUrite It Right ^ a) Write and remember. wolf, wolves, sheep, duck, polar bear, wild, silly take - took - taken give - gave - given b) Hetty wants to ask Johnny and Jane many questions about the Zoo on the Earth. Write four questions to help her. Hi Jane Are you Bye! Hetty and Johnny, at the Zoo now? Have you • see, take picture of, give (food) to, play with • wolves, sheep, a duck, a polar bear, a monkey, a fox, a horse Hello, friends! I want to invite you a fantastic place. See you in Moscow! Johnny: What is this place? (See lesson 23.) to HoTneiuorfe 1. Nos 37, 38. 2. Ex. 5, p. 63. 3. Ex. 1-3. iT; V ^ V « »• Ч D Li Listen to an old English children’s song (No. 39), sing and learn it. Baa, baa, black sheep - Baa, baa, black sheep, Have you any wool? - Yes sir, yes sir, Three bags full. - Ты скажи, барашек наш. Сколько шерсти ты нам дашь? - Не стриги меня пока. Дам я шерсти три мешка. (Перевод С. Я. Маршака) ^ Play with your friends. Who (вспомнить больше слов)? • Wild animals • Animals who live with people • Places where animals live can remember more words Ф 3)a) Listen (No. 40a) and repeat the poem. - Have you ever been to London? Have you ever been to Cardiff? Have you ever been to Britain before? - No, I’ve never been to London. No, I’ve never been to Cardiff. I have never been to Britain before. b) * Use different names of cities or countries and make your poem. c) Listen (No. 40b) to the friends and say where they зге going and what this place is like. Our Theatre 4) a) *Act out the conversation. b) You can learn more about answer their questions. your friends! Ask them and - Have you ever been to... (before)? — Yes, I have. / No, I’ve never been there before. 5) a) Read and remember. hide - hid - hidden ['hidn] find - found - found [faond] b) Complete the sentences and you will learn what problem Johnny has. I can’t (find) my pictures from the Zoo. I think Big and Bug (hide) them. I (not find) them yet. And yesterday they (hide) my website, but I (find) it on the Spacenet. §) a) Read out loud. [з:] girl, bird, circus, world, all over the world. We have been to many countries all over the world. Let’s go to the circus. You can see animals and people at the circus. [9] mother, river, never, ever. Have you ever seen a polar bear? I have never been to Edinburgh. [0:] more, before. Have you been to the circus before? b) Read what Johnny has written on his website about the Gi'eat Moscow Circus. Say if the sentences below are true or false. Then listen to the text (No. 41) and read it out loud. The Great Moscow Circus is very old. 2. Before the show tourists can play with the animals. 3. We saw wild animals who did exciting things. i ■ I 4. We saw funny clowns who could fly like birds. 5. Acrobats could jump and do fantastic things. c) Give a title to the text. Have you ever been to a circus? Well, I have! The Great Moscow Circus Is not very old, but it’s one of the biggest circuses in the world and many people come to see its beautiful shows every day. We went there, too. Before the show we took pictures and ate some ice cream We also found new friends: there are tourists from all over the world at the circus. The show was fantastic! We saw wild animals that jumped danced, skated and did other exciting things. We saw funny clowns who did silly things and acrobats who could jump and fly like birds. It was fun! It's a great place for children and their parents to visit. For more pictures of the circus visit www.bolshoicircus.ru. ' ir V ♦ / 1 s 1 a ir . r- 1 ‘rrtf . Шт Л - ; *4 1' i > it ^. liUrite It Right Z) a) Write and remember. circus, world, ever, hide - hid -find - found never, before hidden - found b) Correct the wrong sentences in exercise 6b If you want to find your pictures, go to the Central Park Zoo in New York City. '«.a ■ЯГ (See lesson 24.) hoTneuiorfe 1. Nos 39, 40, 41. 2. Ex. 6, p. 67. 3. I Ex. 1-3. 4. Project “The Blue Planet Zoo”. What animals live on the Blue Planet? Think of 6—10 different animals with your friends, draw them and draw a Zoo for them. What parts are there in the Zoo? What are the names of the Zoo and of the animals? Listen to the music and sing the songs (No. 42). ^ Project. Present your project “The Blue Planet Zoo”. ■J . Ч 4 3) а) Johnny Johnny. Listen Workbook. and Jane (No. 43) are in New York City. Hetty is щ. and complete the chart in your b) Look at the chart and say what they have already done and what they haven’t done yet. 4) Work in pairs. Ask and answer questions like in the model, use the words from the box. Who is (brown), has (four big paws), forest) and can (swim and run)? (in the ^ '4! - *'.¥Г ✓ • V wolf, sheep, duck, polar bear, fox, fish, cat, monkey, chicken, ... wing, paw, tail, head, ears, ... jungle, lake, sea, field, mountain, sky, fly, run, jump, swim, hide, ... 5) a) Read the words and guess what they mean. : panda ['paendg], leopard [Jepsd], penguin ['pepgwin] i b) Johnny made a page about the Central Park Zoo. Read the text and correct these sentences. Then listen (No. 44) ana read out loud. 1. The Central Park Zoo is one of the biggest in the world- 2. There are animals from America at the Zoo. NL 3. You can’t S00 a snow monkay thara. 4. John’s favourita animal is tha polar baar. 5. Snow 'laopards liva in tha fields with shaap. 6. Johnny hasn’t found his picturas. 7. Ha is angry with Big and Bug. At the Central Park Zoo The Zoo is in the Central Park of New York. It is not very big, but there are more than 150 different animals from all over the world there. Have you ever seen a red panda, a penguin or a snow monkey? You can see them there! My favourite animal at the Zoo is the snow leopard. It’s ^ big wild cat with big paws and a long tail. They are like '^opards, but they are white so they can hide in the snow, ^bey live in the mountains and eat mountain sheep and other small animals. They are really beautiful. We found my pictures of animals in the souvenirs shop the Zoo. I think I should say “thank you” to Big and Bug, because I really loved the Zoo! А/ You can read more about the Zoo and see WWW. centralparkzoo. com. It's interesting that in the film “Madagascar” the away from the Central Park Zoo. pictures animals at ran 6) a) lUrite It Right Write 5 sentences from exercise 3b. b)^ Write about your favourite animal. V Jane: I have a new friend. His name is Bob Bob says that today is a holiday! Hetty: Really? What holiday? (See lesson 28.) HoTneiuorfe ® Nos 43, 44. 2. Ex. 5, p. 70. 3. I Ex. 1-3. ’ГГ2 m t? v\ о LET’S HAVE IN THE USA l) a) Johnny and Hetty have just lot of questions. Hetty has written a (No. 45) and learn it. found Jane. They have a poem. Listen to the poem '■f I*.,' ч Where? What? Who? Where have you_______ What have you seen? Who have you found? Please, tell me about it. b) Read Jane’s answers and put them in the • I have been to the Zoo. • I looked for you, but I couldn’t find you. • I have seen wild birds and animals. correct order Bob is from America. He’s American. He tells his new friends about Thanksgiving. Listen (No. 46) and answer the questions. 1. What is the USA? 2. When do they celebrate Thanksgiving? 3. What do families do on Thanksgiving Day? 4. Where does Bob invite them? a) Let’s tell Joe what Johnny and Jane are going to for Thanksgiving. Johnny and Jane are in .. Today is ... . They are going to ... with They are also going to ... Bob’s family, postcards to their friends At ^^титш b)* Children holiday. on the Blue Planet them what you have don’t know about learned about this 4) a) Read and remember. send — sent — sent spend - spent — spent b) Joe is on the phone with Jane and Johnny. Complete his questions and their answers. - Hi Jane! Where you (spend) the day? - We (spend) the day at Bob’s house. - Hi Johnny! What you (send) your friends for Thanksgiving? (send) them greeting cards. ^ a) Read out loud. [ei] state, the States, the USA. Have you been to USA? [6] weather, together. We usually get together in evening and have dinner, [e] ten, send, spend. Let’s spend day together. Have you sent a postcard to your friend yet? b) Read these words and guess what they mean. the the the Christopher [ kristafa] Columbus [ka'lAmbas], India [Tndia] c) Johnny has made a new website about the and find answers to the questions after the text. (No. 47) loud. USA. Then Read listen Г' I. r ‘ ■' i' tt Й! '1^ The New World The USA, country. There are 50 states of the UA. or the are 50 in the United States of America, is a really stars on the American flag because the^ country. Washington, D.C., is the capiy The history of the United States is very interesting. In 1492 Christopher Columbus came to America by ship. He was looking for India, so he named the people he found there “Indians”. Now we say “Native Americans”. Christopher Columbus (1451-1506) Then more and more people from Europe came to 'IJ the New World. Many of them were from England. They ^ . know how to live in America and were cold and hungry. ^ rMujvv Muw lu live III Miiierica ana were uuiu emu uunv^-/- . Americans helped them. Then people from England coo i A rj s'; У dinner, invited the Indians and thanked them. This was Je first Thanksgiving. The official birthday of the USA is on the 4th of July, 1776. 1. What names for the USA can you find in the text? 2. Why are there 50 stars on the US flag? 3. Why did Columbus come to America? 4. Who came to the New World after Columbus? 5. ^ What was the first Thanksgiving like? UUrite It Bight .tv* a) Write and remember. The USA, state, together send - sent - sent spend - spent - spent b) Johnny wants to send Joe a postcard. Let’s help him write 4-5 sentences about his day at Bob’s house. Johnny: Oh, no. Big and Bug have played computer again. (See lesson 30.) with my Find this monument. There is a surprise for you there. Нотпешогк Nos 45, 46, 47. I I Ex. 1-3. 2. Ex. 5, p. 75. l) a) Recite Hetty’s poem “Where? What? Who?” b) Work in pairs. Ask and answer questions about these things. r states of the USA, 50 stars, Washington, D.C., Columbus, Native Americans, Thanksgiving, the 4th of July, postcards How many states... ? I лЛ 1- г л а) The friends are looking at the picture in Johnny’s ,^^puter. Listen (No. 48) and say where they are going and why. George Washington (1732-1799) Our Theatre b)^ Act out the conversation. 3ob has written a new song. Listen to the song (No. 49), read and learn it. 3) V have travelled by plane, I have travelled by train, I have travelled to so many places! I will try to see more, I will try to know more, I will do that because I’m not lazy! X- % Jr '1 и 4) a) Read and remember. know - knew -throw - threw - known [пэоп] thrown [0Г9ОП] b) Put the verbs in brackets (в скобках) in the form. correct I (know) how to read when I was 5. Bob is the friendliest boy I (ever know). Yesterday, we played basketball and I (throw) my ball in the window. My father came and said, “Who (just throw) a ball in my window?” I said, “I have. I’m sorry.” 5) a) Read out loud, [as] apple, travel. I like to travel. I want to travel all over the USA. [ai] fly, try, by, travel by train. Have you ever travelled by plane? I’ll try to make a present for my friend, [e] breakfast, ready. Are you ready? I’m ready to go. He’s ready to have dinner, [ei] bookcase, place, an interesting place. A museum is a place where you can see exciting things. I have been to many places all over the world. b) Read Johnny’s Journal and find sentences describing the pictures. Say what time Johnny did all these things. Then listen (No. 50) and read out loud. vlii <1 We are going to Washington, D.C. We are travelling by plane! I can see that there are a lot of parks there and there is a big zoo. We have already been to two places of interest in Washington. We went to the Museum of American History and learned the things we didn’t know before. Then we went to the Washington Monument. It is not a statue; it’s the tallest obelisk in the world. We have visited the White House. It is the official home and office of the US President. This place is really great, but the statue we are looking for is not there. We have just found the statue of George Washington. I’m ready for the surprise! " Л' ' ‘ivrT.v George Washington c)^ You are Johnny. Say what you have learned about some places of interest in Washington, D.C. ^ Bob can play football very well. He’s a good football player. What can you say about these people? play + er = a player She can sing well. She’s a good ... . He can read well. He’s a good ... . They can learn well. They are good ... . I can’t dance very well. I’m a bad ... . He can’t ride a horse very well. He’s a bad horse And what are trainers? UJrlte It BIqht Write and remember. place, travel (by), ready, try, runner, swimmer know - knew - known throw - threw - thrown b) Complete Bob’s song and write it down ... plane, ... train, ... to so many ... ! will ... to see more, will ... to ... more, will do that because I’m not lazy! Johnny: Look, there’s a postcard! (See lesson 31.) Homeuiorfe Nos 48, 49, Ex. 1-3. 50. 2. Ex. 5a, .4^ ,1' 1) a) Let’s sing Bob’s song (No. 51). b) Ask your friend and answer his / her questions Have you ever tried to ■ ■ swim in the sea, paint a picture, write a poem, play rugby, make a film, ... a) Bob says that Big and Bug are in Hollywood ['holiwodj. What do you know about this place? t b) Listen to the friends’ song (No. 52) and say what they have to do. Learn the song. We have to find Big and Bug, We have to try, we have to try. We have to fly to Hollywood, We have to fly, we have to fly... ?) a) Our friends are in lioich - what they are going to do there. What do they have to do (сначала)? Hollywood. Listen (No. 53) and b) Oh no, look what Big and Bug have done! Let’s correct the mistakes. (Исправим ошибки.) A sad cartoon about A funny film about a little girl. cats and dogs. A comedy about animals. 4) a) Read and remember. write - wrote - written ['ritn] ride - rode - ridden ['ridn] Bob. b) Complete these sentences and you will know more about Si Лй Bob (already write) many songs. He (write) a song about Big and Bug in the morning. Bob (ride) his bicycle in the summer when there was no rain. He (never ride) a horse. Ф a) Read out loud. [ka:'tu:n] car, too, cartoon. Children enjoy watching funny cartoons, [u:] move. In a film pictures move. I am so cold I can’t move, [o] doctor, comedy. A comedy is a funny film. What’s your favourite comedy? [k] back, ticket. We have to buy tickets for the film. b) Read these words and guess what they mean. б) fact, tour [t09], legendary, Disney ["dizni], California, Los Angeles a) Johnny has made a new website about Hollywood. Read what he has written there and say what you can see and do in Hollywood. Listen (No. 54) and read out loud. Fun Facts about Hollywood Hollywood is not a city. It is a part of Los Angeles, the biggest city in California. The weather in California is really hot in summer and rainy and cool in winter, but it never gets very cold. California There are many fun things can go on a bus tour to see film actors, models, singers. you the Los Angeles can do in Hollywood. You homes of stars - famous г The legendary El Capitan watch a new conaedy film for is usually a show where you cartoon characters. Theatre is a great place to children. Before the film, there can see your favourite Disney Tourists like to take pictures of the famous Hollywood sign on the mountain. We took one, too! b) Joe hasn't seen Johnny’s website. He wants to go to Hollywood. Let’s answer his questions. 1. Where is Hollywood? 2. I’m going to Hollywood in the winter. What can I wear? 3. Who lives in Hollywood? 4. I want to watch a new film. Where can I do it? 5. What is written on the mountain? ti r z) UUrite It Right a) Write and remember. move, cartoon, comedy, ticket, write - wrote - written ride - rode - ridden b) Write down the correct answers for exercise 3b Big and Bug: Ha-ha-ha, you haven’t found us! There will be more problems. (See lesson 32.) Homeu/orte Nos 52, 54. 2. Ex. 5, 6a, p. 86. Ex. 1—3. i) a) Let’s sing the friends’ song about Big and Bug (No. 52). b) Describe (опиши) a place of interest in Hollywood or in Washington. Your friend will try to guess what it is. ?) a) The friends are back in New York. Tomorrow is the 25th of December. Do you know what people in many countries celebrate on this day? Listen to Bob’s new poem (No. 55) and you will learn about that. a Christmas Christmas is coming! Christmas is coming! We have to get ready. We are very busy. Jane has gone shopping I’m cooking dinner, John will invite guests And send greeting cards b)* Work in pairs. Remember Bob's poem and ask and answer questions like in the model. - I’m (Bob, Jane or Johnny). What do I have to do? - You have to ... . 3) a) What do you have to do at home? Ask your friend and answer his / her questions. • What do you have to do in the morning / evening / ...? • What does your sister / brother / mother have to do? • Who has to walk the dog / cook breakfast ...? • Do you have to help your parents / do your homework / clean the house ...? b) Read she can say. what lazy Betty says. Think of 3 more sentences I don’t have to clean my room; my mother will do it I don’t have to walk the dog; my sister will do it. Ai Read and remember. make - made - made meet - met - met buy - bought - bought b) Complete the sentences and you will learn how Jane and Johnny are getting ready for Christmas. We (make) a big greeting card for Joe, but we (not send) it yet. We (just meet) Bob at the shop. We are looking for a present for Joe, we (not buy) one yet. У a) Read out loud. [d] shop, go shopping. Let’s go shopping for Christmas presents. I have to go shopping for food, [i:] see, greeting card. I like to send greeting cards to my friends, [e] guest, to invite guests. We have invited 20 guests to our Christmas party, ['bizi] busy, he is busy. We are all very busy because we are getting ready for the party. b) Johnny wants to know more about Christmas in the USA. Read what Bob tells him and put the pictures in the correct order. Then say how families celebrate Christmas in the USA. c) Listen (No. 56) and read out loud. Johnny: Bob: Johnny: Bob: Christmas in the USA Bob, what do people in America usually do at Christmas? Well, in the evening of the 24th of December families and friends get together. We have a traditional dinner and give presents. But children go to bed, and find their presents in the morning. And who brings presents to children? Santa Claus, of course! In Britain they say “Father Christmas”. We also have a beautiful Christmas tree and we sing Christmas carolsL ' Christmas carols ['kaeralz] - рождественские песни Ш ifj ^ л - 6) Let’s listen to a Christmas carol (No. We wish’ you a merry Christmas, We wish you a merry Christmas, We wish you a merry Christmas, And a happy New Year. 57). Learn and sing it wish [wij] - желать 1 > » у' ^ V- 1» • ' ■ N*.V D UUrite It Wqht t a) Write and remember. shopping, greeting card, guest, busy make - made - made, meet - met - met, buy - bought - bought b) Write down 4 questions from exercise 3. Is this Santa Claus? Big and Bug have mixed it all up again! (See lesson 33.) Homeuiorfe u Nos 55, 56, 57. Ex. 1-3. 2, Ex. 5a, b, p 4. Project. “The New Year and Christmas in Russia How do Russians get ready for the New Year and Christmas? When do we celebrate them? Is there a Christmas tree? What do we put under it? Who and when brings presents to children? Do we eat any special food on these holidays? What is it? 1) a) Let’s sing the Christmas carol. b) Sing a song or recite a poem from lessons 28-31. .4 А/ г ^ а) Your friend wants to go to the USA. Tell him/her about your favourite place of interest in the States. Say why you like it- b) What’s your favourite place in Russia? . Is it a monument / a museum / a zoo / ... ? • Where is it? What can you see there? • Do you have to buy tickets to go there? • Why do you like it? y* Project. Present your project “The New Year and Christmas in Russia”. Show your project to the class. 4) a) Listen to Hetty and Bob (No. 58) and answer the questions. 1. What does Hetty think about Santa Claus? 2. Where is he from? 3. Where does he have to be now? 4. Why is he in New York? 5. How will Hetty and Bob help him? 6. How will he travel back home? 7. Can you guess his name? What is it? (Xir Theatre b) Act out their conversation ^ In three teams answer the questions about the USA. Who can answer more questions? The USA Quiz 1. The USA has different names. What are they? 2. How many states are there in the USA? 3. Who was George Washington? 4. What is Thanksgiving? 5. What is the capital of the USA? 6. What was Christopher Columbus looking for when he found America? 7. What places of interest do you know in Washington, D.C.? 8. Where does the President of the USA live? 9. What is Hollywood? What do they make there? 10. When and how do they celebrate Christmas USA? in the j - i: Г' UUrite It Right б) Write the three forms of the verbs below, send, spend, know, throw, ride, write, make, meet, buy Write 5 questions in Present Perfect with these verbs. Jane: We have helped Father Frost come back to Russia. Johnny: Do you think Big and Bug will do bad things again? (See lesson 38.) Homeiuorfe No. 58 Ex. 1-3. m Jc в USEFUL RULES Present Perfect Настоящее завершённое время Утверждение Полная форма Краткая форма I have ’ve cleaned the room. Я убрала комнату. He / She / It has ’s opened the window. Oh открыл окно. We / You / They have ’ve seen this film. Они видели этот фильм. Present Perfect употребляется, когда мы говорим: 1) о действиях, которые произошли в прошлом в неопределенное время, и результат этих действий очевиден: 1. Jane has already eaten her lunch. Джейн уже съела свой завтрак. 2. We have visited a lot of places on holidays. Мы посетили много мест на каникулах. 2) о действиях, которые завершились совсем недавно, но результат их виден в настоящем: 1. Му friend has just come. Мой друг только что пришёл. 2. I have just been to the cinema. Я только что была в кино. Present Perfect обычно употребляется со словами already (уже), just (только что), today (сегодня), this morning / afternoon / week / month / year, always (всегда). 1. Boys have played football today. Мальчики сегодня играли в футбол. 2. I have always wanted to travel to the UK. Я всегда хотела отправиться в путешествие в Соединенное Королевство. Слова already и just обычно ставятся между глаголом have и смысловым глаголом: have already eaten, have Just come. Слово already может стоять и в конце предложения. о 15й Present Perfect Отрицание Полная форма Краткая форма I have not haven’t read this book. Я не читал эту книгу. Не / She / It has not hasn’t painted the wall. Он не покрасил стену. We / You / They have not haven’t done the homework. Ты не сделал домашнее задание. В отрицательных предложениях с Present Perfect употребляются слова: yet (ещё), never (никогда). 1. I haven’t finished my project yet. Я ещё не закончил свой проект. 2. She has never been to the zoo. Она никогда не была в зоопарке. часто % Present Perfect I Вопросительные предложения Have I / you / we / they played tennis? Вы играли в теннис? Has he / she / it been to the shop? Oh был в магазине? Краткие ответы в Present Perfect Simple Утвердительный ответ Отрицательный ответ Yes, I / you / we / they have. Yes, he / she / it has. No, I / you / we / they haven’t. No, he/she/it hasn’t. 1. Have you ever seen a kangaroo or a coala? - No, I haven’t. Ты когда-нибудь видел кенгуру или коала? - Нет. 2. Have you had lunch yet? - Yes, I have. Ты уже обедал? - Да. 3. Has she visited a doctor today? - Yes, she has. Она была сегодня у доктора? - Да. ш Present Perfect Предложения с вопросительными словами Where What have I / you / we / they has he / she / it seen? ■ Ц 2. Who have you seen there? Кого вы там увидели? What have they bought for the party? Что они купили для вечеринки? Это нужно запомнить! После вопросительного слова when не употребляется. Present Perfect Суффикс -ег Глагол Суффикс Существительное to read - читать to teach - учить to run - бежать to swim - плавать -er a reader - читатель a teacher - учитель a runner - бегун a swimmer - пловец |- * UX)BD LIST MH. Ч. — множественное число A above [э'Ьлу] над already [э:ГгесИ] уже also ['d:1s9o] также always ['d:1w9z] всегда Asia ['eijs] Азия в bacon ['beikan] копчёная свиная грудинка, бекон bath [ba:0] ванна to take a bath принимать ванну before [bi'fo:] раньше, до Belfast ['belfa:st] Белфаст below [bi'lao] ниже, под; внизу between [bi'twi:n] между blouse ["blauz] блузка boil [boil] варить, кипятить bookshelf ['bokjelfj {мн.ч. bookshelves) книжная полка boot [bu:t] ботинок, сапог bread [bred] хлеб busy fbizi] занятый, занят butter ['Ьл1э] масло С cabbage ['kaebicfe] капуста call [кэ:1] звонить, звать, называть camera ['каетэгэ] фотоаппарат Canberra ['кагпЬэгэ] Канберра cap [каер] кепка, фуражка capital ['ksepitl] столица Cardiff ['ka:dif] Кардифф carpet ['ka:pit] ковёр carrot ['kaerat] морковь cartoon [ka:'tu:n] мультфильм cheese [tfi:z] сыр child [tfaild] {мн.ч. children ['tjildran]) ребёнок circus ['s3:kas] цирк claw [kb:] коготь climb [klaim] взбираться, карабкаться cloud [klaod] облако cloudy ['klaodij облачный coat [kaot] пальто cool прохладный country ['kAntrij страна cry [krai] плакать, кричать curtain ['кз:Ш] занавеска D desert ['dezat] пустыня different ['difrant] разный difficult fdifik(a)lt] трудный dress [dres] платье duck [с1лк] утка E easy [ i:zi] лёгкий Edinburgh ['edinbara] Эдинбург egg [eg] яйцо enjoy [in'd^ai] получать удовольствие, ever ['eva] когда-либо every ['evri] каждый Europe ['joarap] Европа наслаждаться /Г' famous ['feim9s] известный, знаменитый field [fi:ld] поле find [faind] (found [faond], found) находить fly [flai] (flew [flu:], flown [flaon]) летать floor [flo:] пол fond of ['fond 9v]: to be fond of любить French [fren^j французский; французский язык; француз friendly ffrendli] дружеский frosty ['frosti] морозный fry [frai] жарить G grapes [greips] виноград greeting card ['grutip ^ka:d] guest [gest] гость поздравительная открытка н half [ha:f] половина It is half past two. Половина третьего, hat [hast] шляпа, шапка hauo to быть должным, вынужденным [haid] (hid [hid], hidden ['hidn]) прятать history fhistari] история honey fhAiii] мёд прятаться I into ['into] b; на Irish ['ai9nj] ирландский и jam [d5aem] варенье; джем jeans [d3i:nz] джинсы jungle ['d^Apgl] джунгли just [d3Ast] только что, просто lake [leik] озеро language ['laeogwids] язык last [la:st] прошлый, последний laugh [la:f] смех; смеяться letter ['leta] письмо; буква like [laik] как, подобно lose [lu:z] (lost [lost], lost) терять M man [maen] {мн.ч. men [men]) мужчина, человек may [mei] можно, разрешите May I come in? Можно войти? minute ['minit] минута Just a minute. (Подождите) минутку, mirror ['miraj зеркало money fniAni] деньги monument ['monjornant] памятник mountain ['maontin] гора move [mu:v] двигаться mushroom ['тл/гот] гриб must [mAst] быть должным, обязанным N need [ni:d] нуждаться (в чем-либо) never ['nevaj никогда next [nekst] следуюш,ий next to рядом, около Northern Ireland [,na:dan 'aialandj Северная Ирландия о ocean ['aojnj океан often ['ofnj часто opposite ['opazit] противоположный; Ottawa ['otavaj Оттава outdoors [^aut'doiz] на улице напротив page [peid^] страница pancake ['pasnkeik] блин part [pa:t] часть past [pa:st] после, за It is 10 minutes past two. 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