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nd The 2 of January Saturday
Phonetic drill It is time for school; it is time for fun. It's a time for learning for everyone. So, sit down; take a seat. We are in for a treat.
Checking up the homework
New words: boarding school [bɔ diη sku:l] facility [fəsiliti] science [saiәns] strict [strikt] catch up [kæt∫ Λp]
Grammar. Todays our new grammatical theme is the Phrasal verb . Phrasal verb is a made up of several words, e.g. come round, into something, get on with somebody.
Manor School Independent Boarding School of boys 10 - 17 years. We offer Small classes and qualified staff, much individual attention. Good accommodation. Good facilities, including a well-equipped computer centre, three science laboratories A full games programme including rugby, soccer, hockey, swimming, athletics.
Forres Sandle Manor School Manor school library Manor school canteen
St. Luke’s School Boarding and day school for Boys and Girls Continuous Education, 8 – 18 years Entry possible at any age Qualified staff Maximum class size 20 pupils Good family atmosphere Reasonable fee Good sports facilities Apply for prospectus: admissions officer
St. Luke’s School St. Luke’s School canteen St. Luke’s School library
Alternative American School My school was very different from most schools. It was in a lovely old house in a forest. There were only sixty pupils. There weren’t many facilities, but there was a good library if you wanted to look up information or catch up with your work. You won’t believe this, but we didn’t have to go to lessons! And there was no homework or tests, or anything like that, we could do what we wanted. If we wanted to study, we just went to the teachers and asked them to help us. At first, I was bored! Then I got interested in science and computers, and I studied science with a teacher who I got on with. I liked it so much that now I’m studying engineering at university and I want to go on to do further research. There were lots of other activities at school you could take up if you wanted – sport, painting, acting. The best thing was that we were free, and the school meetings, and everyone could vote – each student had the same vote as the teachers. We decided all kinds of things – we even chose the teachers. A lot of people don’t believe me, but it worked really well.
Alternative American School Alternative American school`s library Alternative American school`s canteen
Traditional British School Well, I went to a traditional British public school. I left four years ago. The school is in the city. It has about 700 students, and it's mostly a boarding school. There are lots of facilities for sport — tennis courts, a swimming pool. There are also good science laboratories and lots of computers. The classes are small, so if you fall behind with your work the teacher will go over it with you. It may have changed now, but we did a lot of subjects and we even had lessons on Saturday mornings! We had some free afternoons when we could get together. They gave us lots of homework and we had tests all the time. I remember that after-school clubs were quite popular. I was in a drama club — we once put on a performance of Hamlet — and I also set up a school radio station! There were lots of rules and discipline was strict. We could only go out of the school at certain times, and we had to wear a uniform.
Traditional British School Traditional British school`s library Traditional British school`s canteen
Britishschool American school Location and size Facilities After – school activities Discipline
There were only seventy pupils. And there was homework or tests. I’m studying teaching at university. It has about 700 students. There are lots of facilities for sport — tennis courts, a swimming pool. I remember that after-school clubs were quite popular. I was in a drama club — we once put on a performance of Robinson Crusoe. There were lots of rules and discipline was strict.
Match the phrasal verbs to their definitions connected with the meanings in the texts. 1. catch up a. to have a good relationship 2. fall behind b. to begin to do something as a pastime 3. get on with c. to work hard to do uncompleted work. 4. look up d. to search for a piece of information 5. go on e. to fail to keep level with another 6. take up f. to continue
Complete the sentences. a. There’s a good library in our school if you want to _______information. b. I couldn’t finish my diploma work because of my health and now I’m ______. c. I have two sisters. We all _____with each other. d. There are a lot of after-school activities you can _________. e. I was ill for two weeks so I _____ with my study. f. Don’t stop. ______reading.
1) How many students has British school?
2) Where this school situated?
3) Are there lots of facilities for sport?
4) Are there after-school clubs?
5) Which club did he go?
6) Whose performance did they put on?
7) Is discipline strict?
1) Where this school situated?
2) How many pupils studied there?
3) Did they go to lessons?
4) Which everything is decided?
5) Which activities are there?
6) What they are decided?
7) Are these activities free?
Match the English words and word combinations with their Kazakh equivalents Timetable Шешім Performance Шағым Facilities Үзіліс Discipline Одан әрі зеттеу Further research Себеп Look up Жалғастыру Go on Іздеу Complaint Жеңілдіктер Decision Қойылым Break Сабақ кестесі Reason Тәртіп
Proverbs Find the words and translate into English 1) Ақыл - тозбайтын тон, … – таусылмайтын кен. 2) Ақыл –дария, Ой – ... 3) Күш - білімде, білім - ... 4) … - теңіз, білім - қайық. Өмір – үлкен ...
Ex 11. p 103. Home task Complete the sentences
Marking 3 4 5
The lesson is over Good – bye!
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