Αγγλικά (Ε Δημοτικού) - Βιβλίο Μαθητή (Εμπλουτισμένο)
Unit 1
Edugame Edugame Mystery Hobbies
Lesson 2 INTERNET FRIENDS

 

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ALEAD-IN Lead-in Activity

  • These are sites where you can write to other young people.

For example: http://www.bbc.co.uk/children

http://www.iky.gr

Ask your teacher to help you find some other internet addresses.

  • Think about some things you want to tell the new friends you make on the Net.
  • Will the English language help you in your Internet journey?

 

BMEMORY GAME Game Listening Activity Writing Activity Reading Activity

Pupils from different countries in Europe are using their computers and speaking to each other using the Net. Look at the following chart and see what is missing.

Then close you books and listen. How much can you remember? Fill in the chart with the missing information. Then open your books and check your answers in the dialogue

Listening
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Names of Friends Ages Where from: Country Their Likes and Dislikes
Mark 12    
       
(you)      
       

 

Mark:

That's great! Three European friends!

French, Greek and English!

So, how old are you, Kostas?

Kostas: I'm eleven. I'm a pupil in the 5th class of Primary School.
Mark:

I see. Well, I'm twelve and I'm a pupil at West Wimbledon Primary School.

How about you, Nadine?

Nadine:

Oh, I'm twelve and I'm a student in the second

year of Collège.

That's like your middle school.

Mark: Wow, that sounds difficult!
Nadine:

Well, not really Mark. Actually, I like going to

school and I love studying.

Mark:

Well, I don't really mind studying, Nadine,

but I hate tests and homework.

How about you, Kostas?

Kostas:

Hm, the only thing I like about school is

spending time on our computers.

Mark: That means you're a computer expert, then!
Kostas:

Not really. I can hear our school bell.

Can we all get together again tomorrow?

Nadine & Mark: Good idea! Let's speak again tomorrow!

 

Εικόνα For extra activity see Appendix Activity B (page 133).

 

Unit 1
ReadingReading Nationalities

C INTERNET FRIENDS FROM ALL OVER EUROPE

Here are some more internet friends.

 

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a) Fill in the nationality of each person.

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Example: Mark is from Great Britain and he is British.
  1. Pablo is from Portugal and he's ........................
  2. Svetlana is from Russia and she's ....................
  3. Hans is from Holland and he's .........................
  4. Carmen is from Spain and she's ......................
  5. Gunther is from Germany and he's ..................
  6. Maria is from Switzerland and she's...................
  7. Armando is from Albania and he's ....................
  8. Isabella is from Italy and she's .........................
  9. Kostas is from Greece and he's .......................

 

b) Now use a Geography book or a map and match the countries from above which border with each other. Discuss with your partner and check your results.

 

c) Finally, draw and colour in the flags of three of these countries. Don't show the flags you are colouring. Give your book to your partner and see if he/she can guess the countries of your flags. Can he/she write the names both in English and in Greek?

 

           
Names:          
  ___________-___________   ___________-___________   ___________-___________

 

Εικόνα Do you know how to say "Good Morning" in any other languages? Go to Appendix, UNIT 1,Activity C (page 133).

Unit 1
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Simple Present Tense

 

Study the sentences to see how we can talk about student life in English.

 

I go to school on weekdays. I don't go to school on Sundays.
You do your homework after school. You don't do your homework at night.
A pupil studies in the afternoon A pupil doesn't study at night or in the evening.
A teacher works in a school. A teacher doesn't work in a café.
We have classes on weekdays. We don't have classes on Sundays.
Schools in Greece finish in June. They don't finish in March.
Do you go to school by school bus? Yes, I do / No, I don't.
Does a teacher work on a farm? No, he/she doesn't. He/she works at a school.

 

Note the different endings!
I watch - he watches you play - she plays they study - John studies
we teach - Helen teaches I enjoy - he enjoys we carry - she carries
you go - it goes they stay - it stays I fly - the bird flies

 

 

DWRITING Writing Activity

Write 3 sentences talking about what you do in...

a. your school programme,

b. your afternoon activities and

c. during your weekends.

 

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Then make a list of activities you want to do but can't do.
Unit 1
Reading Daily Routines

EA DAY IN MY LIFE

 

 

 

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Here is a page from a pupils' newspaper of a school in Dublin, Ireland. The title is: "A Day In My Life". Read and compare. How different is your everyday life? Discuss with your classmates and teacher.

 

Points to discuss:

  • Times
  • School subjects
  • Activities

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Classroom in India

 

 

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FWRITING Writing Activity

In your free time, you've made contact with an Internet friend from outside Europe, for example Asia or Australia. What questions would you like to ask him/her?

Name of Net friend: Vijay (from India)

Example: Does Vijay have a favourite football team?

1) ...........................................................................................................

2) ...........................................................................................................

3) ...........................................................................................................

 

GPORTFOLIO Portfolio

You can use your answers for questions in ex. D (p. 20) to write about A Day in your Life. You can put it in your Portfolio or in the English Newspaper of your school.