Αγγλικά (Δ' Δημοτικού) - Βιβλίο Μαθητή (Εμπλουτισμένο)
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Lesson 1:

A new student in class

Numbers
Look around your classroom.
What is there? Can you make a list?
Label the picture - A classroom British Council

Listen, read and find

Andrew is a new student in the school. Listen, read and find out: "How many students are there in his class?"

 

 

Hi! I'm Andrew and I'm a new student in the
school. I'm in D class. I'm from Oxford, England. My mother is English and my father is Greek. My new school is very nice. It's big with large, sunny classrooms, a large playground, a basketball court, a computer room and a music room. There are 25 students in my class. My teacher's name
is Mrs Stathaki.

 

 

 

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You've got 1 minute to find the secret word. It's Andrew'ssurname. Write the word:................................Then,count the letters and write down your score:...........
LESSON 1 An new student in class

 

New words! Εικόνα Εικόνα
10 = ten 40 = forty
20 = twenty 50 = fifty 70 = seventy
30 = thirty 60 = sixty 80 = eighty
Εικόνα Εικόνα 90 = ninety
Fill the gaps - Numbers

Listen and sing

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Ten, twenty, thirty, forty
Ooh, I want to have a party
Fifty, sixty, seventy, eighty
With Andrew, Sophia, Nick and Betty
And another ten is ninety
Come, my friends, come to my party!

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Ten, twenty, thirty, forty
Ooh, I want to have a party
Fifty, sixty, seventy, eighty
With Andrew, Sophia, Nick and Betty
And another ten is ninety
Come, my friends, come to my party!

This is part of a survey on the number of pupils in Andrew's school for the school
newspaper. Can you help Andrew and his classmates fill in the blanks?

In the total, write words, not numbers.

 

Class Α' Β' Γ΄ Δ΄ Ε΄ ΣΤ΄ Total
Boys 10 15 12 9 13 14  
Girls 13 18 14 16 11 8  

 

In our school (1) (1)…..................…. are children from many different countries from around the world. There are (2)…..................…. boys and (3)…..................…. girls, in total. In Δ'class there are
(4)…..................…. children, (5)……..................…................... boys
and (6)……..................…................... girls.

Let' s play

Break my code

  1 2 3 4
1 A B C D
2 E F G H
3 I J K L
4 M N O P
5 Q R S T
6 U V W X
7 Y Z    
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Every letter has got a number. Look: e.g. A is 11, N is 42, W is 63

Can you break this code?

 

 

11-42-14-52-21-63 31-53 62-21-52-71

24-11-44-44-72 11-54 24-31-53 42-21-63

53-13-24-43-43-34

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Now make a short message in the secret code. Dictate it to your classmate
sitting next to you. Tell him/her to write it on a piece of paper.
Can he/she break your code?

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LESSON 1 An new student in class

Listen and speak

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Andrew wants to meet some of his newfriends at school but he doesn't knowwhich their classrooms are. Listen to hisfriends talking about their classrooms. Canyou help him find them? Write numbers inthe boxes.

Which of these classrooms do you like and why? Tell the class.

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Speak and write

Can you talk about your school now? What is there? Is there a playground, a basketball court, a music room, a computer room? How many classrooms are there? How many students are there in your class and how many teachers are there in the school? Write down your answers and use them to talk about your school to a pen friend (look at lesson 3 and see how you can find one) or a cousin who lives in Australia, Canada or the USA.

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Remember! Affirmative Negative Interrogative
Long form Short form Long form Short form  
Singular There is There's There is not There isn't Is there?
Plural There are There're There are not There aren't Are there?