Αγγλικά ΣΤ' Δημοτικού - Βιβλίο Μαθητή (Εμπλουτισμένο)
  Comic Edugame Mystery

1. Listening

A. Who in your family or relatives has the most interesting job? What about the most boring one?

Look at these photos 1-7 and match them to the jobs a-g below. What does each job involve?

LEARNING STRATEGIES

a. Before I listen…

I make sure I know what I have to do

I look at the pictures and think what I know about them

I think of relevant words

b. While I am listening…

I don't worry if I don't know all the words

I try to pick up the key words.

a. tour guide

b. car mechanic

c. teacher

d. meteorologist/ weather forecaster

e. farmer

f. waiter

g. doctor

B. Now, listen to the recording and match each speaker to the job he/she does.

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A. TALKING ABOUT THE FUTURE
1. Look at the verbs in the following
examples. Which of them expresses
an OFFER, a PROMISE, a THREAT,
a REQUEST, an ON-THE-SPOT
DECISION
, a PREDICTION?

Can you tell who can say these: a) a doctor, b) a housewife, c) a meteorologist, d) a car mechanic, e) a customer or f) a waiter?

2. Study the form of future tense in the Grammar Box below.

1. I will fix your car tomorrow.
________________________________

2. If you don't follow my advice you won't get well.
____________________________

3. Will you bring a bottle
of orange juice?
__________________________

4. I'll bring it right away.
_______________________

5. The weather will
be windy tomorrow.
_____________________

6. There is no bread left.
I'll go and buy some.
____________________

AFFIRMATIVE

INTERROGATIVE

I/you/he/etc. will fix the car.

Will I/you/he/etc. fix the car?

NEGATIVE

SHORT ANSWERS

I/you/he/etc. will not fix your car.

Yes, I/you/he/etc. will fix your car.

won't

No, I/you/he/ etc won't fix your car.

Now complete sentences 1-5. What does each sentence express?

request

1. Will you buy a newspaper for me when you go out?

2. I won't tell anyone.

3. You can cook very well! You will become a great chef!

4. Oh. It's raining! I'll take my umbrella.

5. Watch out! You will hurt yourself!

6. I'll carry the suitcase for you!

3. Which of the following words do we use with future tense? Write ☑ for RIGHT, ☒ for
WRONG.

tomorrow

the day after tomorrow

yesterday

in an hour

next week/month/year

in two years' time

last month/week/year

right away

B. BE GOING TO FUTURE Read the example:

Next week

I'm going to plough
the field.

Is this an on-the-spot decision or something arranged earlier?

Complete the rule:

We use _____________to express intention
or something arranged earlier and we use ______
_______ to express a decision on the spot.

3. Practice

A. THE GOAL

This is a goal, a football goal! There are other "goals", too!

"Goals" can be things you want to accomplish.

Decide on the goals you want to accomplish:

1. a goal you are going to reach at school this week ________________________

2. a goal you are going to accomplish at school this year ________________________

3. a goal you are going to reach in ten years' time ________________________

B. PERSONALITY & CAREER
Work in groups of 5. Ask your fellow pupils about their
FAVOURITE SUBJECTS at school, INTERESTS, and ABILITIES/SKILLS.

Maria will probably
become an artist.

Can you predict a career for each pupil? What career can the others predict for you?

Name

Favourite Subjects

Interests

Abilities/ Skills

e.g. Mary

art

drawing, decorating
her room

dancing, performing

C. NEW YEAR'S RESOLUTIONS
At the beginning of the year we usually make resolutions to improve our life.

Think of some resolutions that will help you to improve your skills. Include your resolutions in your portfolio.

I'll take up computer lessons this year!

I'll join the drama club! Or, I'll take up
windsurfing! etc.

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SAFETY RULES

• Do not wear loose clothing or jewellery around machinery. It may catch on moving equipment and cause a serious injury.

• Where required, you must wear protective equipment, such as goggles, safety glasses, masks, gloves, hair nets, etc. appropriate to the task.

• Keep FIRE DOORS and aisles clear!

• Keep your work area clean.

• Observe "NO SMOKING" regulations.

• Do not tamper with electric controls or switches.

• Help to prevent accidents.

• Lift properly—use your leg muscles, not your back muscles. For heavier loads, ask for assistance.

• Clean up spilled liquid, oil, or grease immediately.

• Wear hard-sole shoes and appropriate clothing.

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D. These are

the SAFETY RULES of

a new lab. A member of your family wants to work there. What do you say

to warn him/her?

E. In groups,
write your own

SAFETY RULES for the pupils of your school lab. Create a poster and put it up on the corridor wall. Try to obey the rules.

You should not wear loose clothing or you will get injured.