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Literature Objectives Vocabulary: adjectives to describe character; collective nouns Reading: an extract from The Devoted Friend (gapped text) Skill ― reading for detailed comprehension Writing: a dialogue Speaking: discussing friendship, acting out a dialogue
Read through sentences A-H with Ss and explain that they have been left out of the text and must be put back into their appropriate position but there is one extra sentence they will not need to use. Answer Key 1 E 3 H 5 B 7 D 2 A 4 C 6 G Focus 3.
devoted plucking noble in return lasts bothered envious spoil temptations on credit drowsy ― finer sternly Ashamed scarlet dedicated picking morally good back continues troubled jealous ruin lures by instalments sleepy better seriously embarrassed bright red Focus 4.Matching vocabulary. Key:
Answer Key ... the most devoted friend of all was big Hugh the Miller. (lines 1-2) ... so devoted was the rich miller to little Hans, ..(lines 2-3) “Real friends should have everything in common,” (line 7) and felt very proud of having a friend with such noble ideas. (lines 8-9) ..nothing gave him greater pleasure than to listen to all the wonderful things the Miller used to say about the unselfishness of true friendship. (lines 14-16) and he will be able to give me a large basket of primroses and that will make him so happy. (lines 28-29) Understanding verbal irony Read the theory box to the class. A time limit of 8-10 minutes to find examples. Share ideas with the class. ( focus 5)
“It is quite a treat to hear you talk about friendship.” (line 32) “You are certainly very thoughtful about others ..., very thoughtful indeed. (lines 30-32) “I am sure the clergyman himself could not say such beautiful things as you do. (lines 33-34) “I am his best friend, and I will always watch over him, and see that he is not led into any temptations.” (lines 43-45) “How well you talk!” (line 49) “Lots of people act well, ... “but very few people talk well, which shows that talking is much the more difficult thing of the two, and much the finer thing also;” (lines 51-53)
Hans: lonely (the miller didn’t visit him in the winter), kind-hearted (he gave the Miller things and never thought about whether he would have enough for himself), polite/ wellmannered (Hans nodded and smiled) Hugh: selfish (he would always take things from Hans and never thought about giving him anything), vain (he thought his friendship towards Hans meant everything and that being able to give him things made him happy) the Miller’s youngest son: compassionate (he understood that Hans might be in trouble and offers to give him half of his porridge/to show him his white rabbits) Describing the characters in the story. ( focus 6)
Собирательные существительные (Collective Nouns) являются подгруппой исчисляемых, поскольку они называют группу исчисляемых существительных как одно целое. (school (школа), navy (флот))
Developing vocabulary(collective nouns) Sometimes the same noun can be used to describe a few different things (‘bunch’ is also used to describe grapes). e.g. a bunch of keys, a pile of books . Answer Key 1 sack (of coal) 2 handful (of sand, of coins) 3 set (of drums, a chess set) 4 pack (of wolves, of cards, of lies) 5 flock (of birds, of goats) 6 gang (of youths, of criminals) 7 herd (of elephants) 8 swarm (of insects, of people) 9 bunch (of bananas, of keys)
Exercise 8, 9 page 17. Home task.
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