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2). Betsy is a little girl.

3). She doesnt know how to read and write. But her sister Mary is a schoolgirl.

4). She is ten.

5). I am writing a letter to my friend Kitty, says Betsy. But you dont know how to write, says her sister.

8. Make a plan to the text. Divide the text into meaningful parts and entitle them.

9. Retell the text from the point of view of the main character.

10. Listen to the text and give the title:

Spot and the Chickens

Listen to the story about Frisk and Tom and say why Spot doesnt want to play with chickens any more.

Spot is a little dog. He is black and white. He lives in a little doghouse. Spot likes to play. He wants to have somebody to play with.

He sees three little yellow chickens. He wants to play with the chickens. Spot runs after the chickens. The chickens run away from Spot and say, Peep, peep, peep

Spot runs and jumps, but the chickens dont want to play with Spot. They say, Peep, peep, peep

Mother Hen sees Spot. She runs up to Spot and pecks him on his black nose. Little Spot says, Bow, wow-ow!

Now Spot doesnt want to play with the chickens.

Vocabulary:

Doghouse −

somebody − -

away from −

peck −

Tasks:

1. Chose which sentences are right:

Spot is brown.

Spot is gray.

Spot is black and white.

Spot wants to play with the kittens.

Spot wants to play with the chickens.

Spot wants to play with the puppies.

The chickens want to play with a cat.

The chickens want to play with Spot.

The chickens dont want to play with Spot.

Mother Hen plays with Spot.

Mother Hen doesnt peck Spot on his nose.

Mother Hen pecks Spot on his nose.

2. Listen to the sentences and translate them:

1). He wants to have somebody to play with.

2). Spot runs and jumps, but the chickens dont want to play with Spot.

3). She runs up to Spot and pecks him on his black nose.

3. Listen to the different words and choose which doesnt correspond to the text youre just listen to:

1. Dog, chicken, hen, cow.

2). Yellow, black, white, pink.

4. Listen to the sentences and repeat them after the speaker:

1). The chickens run away from Spot and say, Peep, peep, peep

2). Spot runs and jumps, but the chickens dont want to play with Spot.

3). She runs up to Spot and pecks him on his black nose.

4). Now Spot doesnt want to play with the chickens.

5. Read the sentences and put them in the order they were in the text.

1). She runs up to Spot and pecks him on his black nose.

2). The chickens run away from Spot and say, Peep, peep, peep

3). Spot runs and jumps, but the chickens dont want to play with Spot.

4). He wants to have somebody to play with.

5). Now Spot doesnt want to play with the chickens.

6). Mother Hen sees Spot.

6. Make a plan to the text. Divide the text into meaningful parts and entitle them.

7. Retell the text from the point of view of the main character.

8. Listen to the text and give the title:

A Football Match

Listen to the story and say what Tommy wrote about football match.

At the English lesson the teacher goes to the blackboard, takes a piece of chalk and writes, The last football match. Then the teacher says, Open your exercise-books, take your pens and write a composition on the topic The last football match.

All the pupils begin to write. One boy writes a few words, closes his exercise-book and raises his hand. Well, Tommy, why dont you write? Show me your exercise-book. I want to see your composition, says the teacher. Here it is, says Tommy and gives teacher his exercise-book.

The teacher takes the exercise-book and reads: Rain, no game.

Vocabulary:

a football-match −

a piece of chalk −

a few words −

closes −

here it is −

rain no game − ,

Tasks:

1. Answer the following questions:

What does the teacher tell pupils to do?

What does Tommy write in his exercise-book?

2. Listen to the sentences and translate them:

1. Open your exercise-books, take your pens and write a composition on the topic The last football match.

2. One boy writes a few words, closes his exercise-book and raises his hand.

3. I want to see your composition, says the teacher.

4. Here it is, says Tommy and gives teacher his exercise-book.

5. The teacher takes the exercise-book and reads: Rain, no game.

3. Listen to the sentences and repeat them after the speaker:

1. At the English lesson the teacher goes to the blackboard, takes a piece of chalk and writes, The last football match.

2. Well, Tommy, why dont you write? Show me your exercise-book. I want to see your composition, says the teacher.

3. The teacher takes the exercise-book and reads: Rain, no game.

4. Listen to the beginning of the story and predict what this story is about:

At the English lesson the teacher goes to the blackboard, takes a piece of chalk and writes, The last football match. Then the teacher says, Open your exercise-books, take your pens and write a composition on the topic The last football match.

All the pupils begin to write

5. Read the sentences and put them in the order they were in the text.

1). Then the teacher says, Open your exercise-books, take your pens and write a composition on the topic The last football match.

2). All the pupils begin to write.

3). At the English lesson the teacher goes to the blackboard, takes a piece of chalk and writes, The last football match.

4). Well, Tommy, why dont you write? Show me your exercise-book.

5). One boy writes a few words, closes his exercise-book and raises his hand.

6. Make a plan to the text. Divide the text into meaningful parts and entitle them.

7. Retell the text from the point of view of the main character.

8. Listen to the text and give the title:

Frisk and Tom

Listen to the story and say why Tom was proud of his dog.

Frisk is a young dog. He is light brown. He has no dog-house, he has no bed. He has only one friend. His friend is little Tom. Tom is a schoolboy. He goes to school every day.

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