Te a c h e r . Look at the pictures and write the time.
Ex ampl e: 1) It’s half past seven. (7.30)
2) It’s a quarter past eight. (8.15)
3) It’s twenty (minutes) to ten. (9.40)
4) It’s ten minutes past three. (3.10)
5) It’s five o’clock. (5.00)
V. Speaking (Ex. 39, p. 78).
Ex ampl e:
. Becky can watch her favourite film about Tiny at half past eleven.
. She can watch the cartoon “Green School” at ten minutes past six.
. Becky can watch Tricky’s programme “Sing and Dance with Tricky!” at half
Te a c h e r . Say which programme you would like to watch. At what time can you
Ex ampl e:
. I’d like to watch “Good morning, kids!” at 15 minutes past nine.
. I’d like to watch the film “Tiny and his friends” at 20 minutes to eight.
VI. Listening (Ex. 40, p. 78).
Te a c h e r . Listen to the phone call. Say at what time Mag will come home.
Ke y : Mag will come home at half past two.
Ex. 41, p. 78.
Te a c h e r . Match the questions with the answers and read them.
Ex ampl e: Mag got up at 7.00 (seven) am yesterday. She had her breakfast
at 7.30 (half past seven) am. Mag came home at 1.45 (a quarter to two) pm. She had
her lunch at 2 (two) pm. She began to do her homework at 3 (three) pm.
VII. Reading (ex. 42, p. 79).
Te a c h e r . Read one more story about the smart little Bird. Complete it with the
correct forms of the verbs.
Ke y : ran, saw, jumped, caught, said, said, said, began, was, wanted, flew, was,
was, began, said.
Pupils read the text aloud and put the verbs into the correct form.
3. Post-reading activities.
1) Ex. 43, p. 79.