2) Which season is the best in your opinion?
3) Which season is the worst in your opinion?
(Pupils choose a question and interview their groupmates.)
Teacher. You'll read the text. Find the answer to this question: What season do
these children like?
2. Reading activities (ex. 1 (1), p. 124).
Pupils read the text and find the answer to this question given before reading.
Example:P: These children like winter, summer and spring.
3. Post-reading activities
Teacher. Answer the questions, please:
1) Why do the children like these seasons?
2) Whom do you agree with? Why? Example:
: Two children like winter. I agree with them. In winter these boys can ski as
much as they want. Winter sports are my favourite too. I play hockey and besides,
I like snow and frost, etc.
VI. Listening / Reading (for specific information) (ex. 1 (4), p125.).
Teacher. Listen to the poem and answer the question: Whose opinion does this
poem go with? Why do you think so?
Whether the weather is fine,
Or whether the weather is not,
Whether the weather is cold,
Or whether the weather is hot,
We'll wheather (вытерпим) the weather.
Whatever (какая бы ни была) theweather.
Whether we like or not!
Pupils listen to the poem and try to find this specific information.
Teacher.We often say “Everything is good in its season”. Is it so? We try to prove
3. Post-listening activities.
1) Pupils answer the question: Whose opinion does this poem go with?
P:To my mind, this is the opinion of the poet. We'll have to wheather the weather!
This is our land and this is our weather. We should like it!
2) Ex. 1 (5), p. 125 (Speaking).
Teacher. Tell me, please: Which season is your favourite? Why? Which season is
the worst in the your opinion? Why? You should answer the questions, using the
a) My favourite season is because ...