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LESSON 5
13.01.07 10.00
Days of the Week. School subjects. Timetable.
1. Put the days of the week into the right order.
Monday
Saturday
Thursday
Friday
Tuesday
Sunday Wednesday
Tuesday
Saturday
Thursday
Monday
Friday
Wednesday Sunday
Thursday
Monday
Tuesday
Saturday
Sunday Wednesday
Friday
2. Look at the calendar and say what do “Mon, Tues, Wed, Thur, Fri, Sat, Sun”
stand for.
Mon
6
13
20
27
Tues
7
14
21
28
Wed
1
8
15
22
29
Thur
2
9
16
23
30
Fri
3
10
17
24
31
Sat
4
11
18
25
Sun
5
12
19
26
3. Look at the timetable. Answer the questions.
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
English
P.E.
Drawing
Arts
History
Music
Russian
Arts
Maths
Russian
Maths
Russian
Maths
Russian
English
History
Handicraft
Maths
Maths
Maths
Russian
Literature
Geography
Literature
Music
Literature
P.E.
Maths
English
National History
4. Study some new words about school life.
uniform
desk
desk set
blackboard
break
rubber
ruler
paper clips
lesson
file
4. Solve the Crossword.
1 (v). A lesson where we speak English.
2. A thing where pupils can see their lessons.
3. The day of the week which comes after
Saturday.
4. A lesson where we study different countries
5. A period at school which lasts 40 minutes.
6. A lesson where we study many interesting
facts and things
7 (h). The thing at which pupils sit in class.
7 (v). A lesson where pupils draw.
8. The day of the week which comes before
Thursday.
9. A thing which pupils wear at school.
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1
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Monday
Russian
Literature
History
Algebra
PE
Theatre
Tuesday
Russian
English
Geometry
Physics
Arts
Music
Wednesday
Biology
Literature
Algebra
Technology
PE
Geography
Friday
Computing
Maths
Handicraft
History of
the Russian
Culture
Thursday
English
Algebra
Physics
Russian
History of Arts
Dancing
5. Read the story.
On Thursday morning before classes Nora was in the street. She usually went for a
walk at one o'clock in the afternoon in summer. Suddenly she saw a boy running down
the street. He looked funny and Nora laughed at him but then she understood it was her
little brother Allan. "Hi," said Nora looking at him. "Why are you running so quickly?
You are not at P.E. lesson, are you?" "No," cried Allan. "I'm just trying to stop two boys
from fighting." "That's interesting," said Nora. "Who are the two boys?" "That's Tom
and me," answered her brother.
6. Translate the Prepositions and learn them by heart.
on Thursday morning
before classes
in the street
to go for a walk
at one o'clock
in the afternoon
in summer
down the street
to laugh at him
to look at him
at P.E. lesson
to stop two boys from fighting
7. Read the text.
PRIMARY SCHOOLS IN ENGLAND
In Great Britain school begins at the age of five. Many boys and girls usually leave
school at the age of sixteen.
In England the school year begins in September, but not always on the first day of the
month, as school never begins on Monday. The English think that Monday is not a good
day to start school. So pupils usually begin their school year on the first Tuesday of
September (not always on the 1st of September as we do). The weather is usually fine. It is
warm. The sky is often blue and the sun is bright. Little children going to school with their
parents on their first school day look so clean and nice. They don't have any bags or books
with them, as there is no need for these things on their first day at school. Pupils will get
them later. They will get exercise-books, pencils, pens, rulers and rubbers too.
Classes usually begin at nine. Pupils have a glass of milk or a glass of orange juice at
eleven. At half past twelve or at one o'clock they usually have lunch - meat, pudding, juice,
an apple or a cake. Their classes are not formal. They often sit an the carpet on the floor and
listen to their teacher. They draw or play games. They often look at the animals they have at
school - hamsters, rabbits or hares. Sometimes there are birds or fish in their classrooms.
Teachers usually read fairy-tales and stories to them or sometimes they tell them
something interesting.
English pupils often play outdoors.
8. True, false or don't know?
1. English pupils often leave school at the age of fourteen.
2. The school year always begins on the first of September.
3. English school never begins on Monday.
4. English primary pupils usually have six classes a day.
5. There is no need for the children to take bags, pens, pencils, rulers, rubbers with them
to school on the first school day.
6. Classes in primary school usually begin at nine.
7. Primary pupils have 3 or 4 classes outdoors every week.
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