Презентация "Our ideal school"


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  • The autumn stepped into September,
  • Although it can be hardly seen,
  • Because the day is warm and tender,
  • The parks are still so fresh and green.
  • The flower- gardens are exclusive –
  • The birds of paradise amidst the shades,
  • The warmth is hopelessly illusive,
  • As the brightness of the sunset fades.
  • The 1st of September

  • An imp will lead the way with a sneer
  • And bring a nervous chilly night.
  • Leaves brown as the darkest beer
  • Will sadly circle – thin and light.
  • The russet will invade the valley
  • And every corner you survey.
  • I’ll slowly walk along the alley
  • And praise the glory of the day.

  • Our ideal
  • school

  • school
  • teachers
  • pupils
  • School equipment
  • School schedule
  • canteen

  • Ideal teachers – who are they?

  • 1. Teacher a) a teacher who is in charge of a school
  • 2.Tutor b) a teacher at a university or college
  • 3. Lecturer c) someone who gives private lessons
  • to one student or to a small group
  • 4. Professor d) someone who teaches a sport or practical skill
  • 5. Instructor e) someone whose job is to teach, especially in
  • a school
  • 6. Coach f) someone who gives lectures, especially in a
  • university
  • 7. Trainer g) someone who trains a person or team in a sport
  • 8. Head teacher h) someone who trains people or animals for
  • sport or work

  • Teacher
  • e) someone, whose job is to teach, especially in a school
  • 2. Tutor
  • c) Someone who gives private lessons to one student or to a small group
  • 3. Lecturer
  • f) Someone who gives lectures, especially in a university
  • 4. Professor
  • b) A teacher at a university or college.
  • 5. Instructor
  • d) someone who teaches a sport or practical skill

  • 8.Head teacher
  • a) The teacher who is in charge of a school
  • 6. Coach
  • g) someone who trains a person or team in a sport
  • 7. Trainer
  • h) Someone who trains people or animals for sport or work

  • Ideal pupils. Who are they?

  • Are you a perfect pupil?
  • Are you ever late for school?
  • I’m never late for school.
  • I’m sometimes late for school.
  • I’m usually late for school.
  • 2. Do you ever forget for your homework?
  • Yes, I often forget my homework.
  • I sometimes forget my homework.
  • No, I never forget my homework.
  • Do you always pay attention in class?
  • No, I never pay attention in class.
  • I always pay attention in class
  • I usually pay attention in class.

  • 4. Do you ever draw pictures in class?
  • Yes, often.
  • Yes, sometimes.
  • No, never.
  • 5. Do you ever stay up late?
  • No, I never stay up late.
  • Yes, I usually stay up late.
  • I sometimes stay up late.
  • 6. Are you ever in trouble at school?
  • No, I never in trouble at school.
  • Sometimes, but not often.
  • I’m always in trouble at school.

  • Mostly
  • You’re perfect! But are you too good to be true?
  • Mostly
  • You’re not perfect but you’re a good student. Well done!
  • Mostly
  • You’re often in trouble. Is that right?
  • Analysis

  • School equipment. What for?

  • The best schedule. How is it?

  • Listen to Diana and complete her timetable for the day she describes.
  • Morning
  • Afternoon – 6 p. m.
  • 6 p. m. – 9.30 p. m.
  • After 9.30 p. m.

  • morning
  • 6 lessons, homework during the break
  • A basketball game, worries about homework
  • 6 pm – 9.30 pm
  • Dance class, worries about homework
  • After 9.30 pm
  • Homework
  • Afternoon – 6 pm

  • BACK TO SCHOOL
  • School graffiti
  • Keep the school tidy; throw
  • your rubbish out of the windows.

  • Don’t go to school;
  • Sleep at home.

  • I like teachers when they’re
  • at home!

  • Don’t be late for school in the morning; stay in bed until the afternoon.

  • School canteen. Can it be different?

  • Thank you for your work!