четверг, 28 мая 2020 г.

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PACE WORK (Word-building) 29/05


Тема: Голосні в закритому положенні з наступним «r»

Основна частина.
When a vowel is followed by an r, it makes a special sound. These are called r-controlled vowels, or r-colored vowels. These phonemes are as follows:
/ar/ sound as in car, guitar, Arthur
/âr/ sound as in care, bear, mare, scare, aquarium
/îr/ sound as in pier
/ir/ sound as in turnip, spider, certificate, and beaver
/or/ sound as in manor, observatory, author, brought, and orchard
/er/ sound as in butter, cutter, and mother

Usually, /ar/ always sounds like the ar in car, and /or/ always sounds like the or in for. The ir, er, and ur, sound the same as in bird, her, and fur. These all make a /ər/ sound.
 ar (far)
 -ar bar car far jar mar par tar char scar spar star
-arm arm farm harm charm
 -arn barn darn yarn
 -ard bard yard hard card
 -arge barge large charge
 -ark bark dark hark lark mark park shark stark
 -arp carp harp tarp sharp
 -art cart dart mart part tart chart smart start
 -er her
 -erge merge serge verge
 -erk jerk clerk
 -erm germ term
 ern fern tern stern
 -erve nerve serve verve swerve
 -ir fir sir stir whir
 -ird bird gird third
 -irk quirk shirk smirk
 -irt dirt flirt shirt skirt squirt
 -irth birth firth girth mirth
-orch porch torch scorch
 -ord cord lord chord sword
 -ork cork fork pork stork
 -orm dorm form storm
 -orn born corn horn morn torn worn scorn sworn thorn
 -ort fort port sort short snort sport

 -ur cur fur blur spur
 -urb curb suburb
 -url burl curl furl hurl purl churl
 -urn burn turn churn spurn
 urse curse nurse purse
 -urt curt hurt blurt spurt

 Exercises
Part One: Listen and repeat from left to right.
bar bare beer burr bore boor
par pear peer purr pour poor
far fare fear fur for

Part Two: Minimal Pairs
Listen to the three words. Two will be the same. One will be different. Write 1 if the first
one is different, write 2 if the second, and write 3 if the third one is different on the line
provided.
1. _____ 2. _____ 3. _____ 4. _____ 5. _____

Part Three: Word Missing
Listen and write in the missing words.
1. Did he go to the _____________ mission?
2. Did he go to the _____________ mission?
3. He bought four ___________ at the fair.
4. He bought four ___________ at the fair.
         5. Barb really didn't want see the ____________.
6. Barb really didn't want see the ____________.
7. Larry and Laura __________ their carvings last night.
8. Larry and Laura __________ their carvings last night.
9. The four girls waited for __________.
        10. The four girls waited for __________.
 
Part Four: Dictation: Listen to the sentences and write them on the lines below.
1. __________________________________weird_______
2. _________care________________________________
3.____________________________________________
4._________________________________horrifying._
          5._Birds________________________________________

Part Five: Questions for Answers Given
In this section, you will hear 5 answers. You will not hear the questions. Listen carefully to
the answer, and then record the question in the space provided on your tape by using your
drill/record button.
Example: ______________________? I'm fine, thanks.
(you record "How are you?" onto your tape BEFORE the answer.)
1. Did…
2. Were…
3.
4.
          5. Were there

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29/05
Form 5-D

DEAR CHILDREN!
OUR SCHOOL YEAR IS OVER! 
SING A SONG AND SAY GOODBYE TO SCHOOL. 
MEET SUMMER!!!! 


GOOD LUCK! ENJOY YOUR HOLIDAYS!!!!

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PACE WORK (Social studies) 28/05

Тема: Крістофер Колумб

. Основна частина
New material
Reading
Pre-reading activities
Vocabulary
1. Christopher Columbus The first modern explorer to reach the Americas
2. Nina, Pinta, Santa Maria Columbus sailed with these three ships in 1492
3. King Ferdinand The king of Castile and Aragon who ruled jointly with his wife Isabella;
supported the expedition of Christopher Columbus in 1492
4. Queen Isabella The queen of Castile whose marriage to Ferdinand of Aragon marked
the beginning of Spain; supported the expedition of Christopher Columbus in 1492
5. New World One of the names used for the Western Hemisphere including the Americas and some islands
6. Spices Used to flavor foods, like cinnamon and cloves
7. Indies The Spice Islands located off the coast of Asia
8. Caravel A small, highly maneuverable sailing ship developed in the 15th century by the Portuguese
9. Native Americans The native people of North and South America
10. Indians Name Columbus gave the native people he found because he thought he was in the Indies
Reading
Why is Columbus Famous?

Who was Columbus?
 Columbus was an explorer. In 1492, he sailed from Europe to America. He and his sailors crossed the Atlantic Ocean, not knowing where they would land. It was a voyage into the unknown. After Columbus, other Europeans began to explore and settle in America.

When did he live?
 Christopher Columbus was born in 1451. It was a time of new ideas and discoveries in Europe. We call this time the Renaissance - a word that means 'rebirth'. People were making maps of new lands. They were building ships to explore places they had never visited before.

What did Columbus do?
 Columbus did not 'discover' America. There were many people already living there. Vikings from Europe had landed in America 500 years before. But Columbus did not know that. His voyage started regular contact between America and Europe.
Post-reading activities.
Choose the correct answer.
1. In which direction did Columbus want to sail?
1.      North
2.      South
3.      West
2.What year did Columbus sail to America?
1.      1066
2.      1492
3.      1451
3.What did sailors use a half-hour glass for?
1.      To drink water
2.      To measure time
3.      To look at the stars
4.What did Columbus and his brother make?
1.      Clothes
2.      Maps
3.      Ships
5.How were the ships driven alone?
1.      Sails
2.      Oars
3.      Engines
6.Who sailed to America before Columbus?
1.      Vikings
2.      Romans
3.      Saxons

среда, 27 мая 2020 г.

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27/05
Class 5
Topic: Food

Follow the link. Do the preparation task first. Match the word to the picture.
 https://learnenglishkids.britishcouncil.org/writing-practice/restaurant-menu

 Now read what is there at the menu.
https://learnenglishkids.britishcouncil.org/sites/kids/files/styles/body_image/public/writing-restaurant-menu-full%20version_0.png?itok=SyR89t2Z

 Finally, play the game under the menu. Choose the correct answer.
https://learnenglishkids.britishcouncil.org/writing-practice/restaurant-menu

Homework:  Send the screenshot of the preparation task and the game to my email.

понедельник, 25 мая 2020 г.

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26/05
THEME:  WRITING

YOU HAVE BEEN TO A FOOD FESTIVAL. WRITE AN EMAIL TO YOUR ENGLISH-SPEAKING FRIEND, JAMES, (50-100 WORDS). IN YOUR EMAIL:
     • WRITE WHAT YOU DID AT THE FESTIVAL.
     • DESCRIBE THE DISHES YOU TRIED THERE.
     • TELL YOUR FRIEND ABOUT A COMPETITION YOU TOOK PART IN.

YOU CAN USE THE EMAIL IN EXERCISE 1 ON PAGE 80 (WORKBOOK) AS AN EXAMPLE

                 PACE WORK (English) 26/05

Тема: Словник

Основна частина.
The present section focuses on a general dictionary.
A dictionary is structured at three levels below the level of the dictionary as a whole:
The dictionary as a whole has a framing structure which comprises a set of main sections that correspond to the chapters of a book.
A subset of these sections – mostly only one – comprises an entry list. The structure of each of these sections is a macrostructure (or the macrostructure of the dictionary).
Each of the entries in a macrostructure has an internal structure of its own, which is the microstructure of the entries of that list (thus, if the dictionary contains only one word list, the microstructure of the dictionary).

                 1.1. Table of contents

The table of contents of a dictionary contains the main sections as enumerated in the schema above and discussed here below.
1.2. Preface

The preface of a dictionary provides at least the following kinds of information:
the purpose of the dictionary,
the intended user-group,
the data that the dictionary is based on and the limitations following from it,
modifications of earlier editions.

The metalexicographic notes (a - c) may as well be taken out of the preface and put into a separate section, the introduction.
1.3. Instructions

The user's guide deals with the following topics:
the macrostructure,
the principles of lemmatization and the selection of lemmas,
the microstructure and each of its components.

The manner in which this information is presented is naturally tuned to the user group envisaged. Hints for colleagues of the same specialty may be terse; explanations for laymen will make less presuppositions.
1.4. Grammatical information

As explained elsewhere, a grammar and a dictionary together account for the significative system of a language. Naturally, often only one is produced without the other. Just as many grammars contain a glossary of the vocabulary of the language as an appendix, many dictionaries that lack a grammar companion contain a grammar sketch as a section.

The section on grammatical information may be an entire grammar in a nutshell, which is sometimes called a dictionary grammar. For well-described languages, it more customarily is restricted to a set of inflection paradigms. It is then organized by inflection classes. For each inflection class, an example word is inflected through the paradigm, commonly in the form of a table. The inflection classes are labeled by abbreviations which are referenced in the grammatical section of dictionary entries.
1.5. Appendices
1.5.1. Transliteration table

In a plurilingual dictionary, a language may use a non-Latin script. For a syllabic or alphabetic script, a transliteration table may be provided.
1.5.2. Conversion table

For an encyclopedia and a bilingual dictionary, conversion tables for units of measure may be provided.
1.5.3. Abbreviations

The entry list of a dictionary with its macrostructure and microstructure fulfills all the usual requirements for the use of abbreviations: standardized categorizations that repeat themselves in thousands of entries need not and should not be spelt out in full, but be abbreviated. The full list of abbreviations used is contained in the present section. Its layout conveniently takes the form of a table. This has at least two columns:abbreviation         full form
adj.    adjective
...       ...
Where the terminology is specialized and variegated, a third column may be necessary that hints at the meaning of the term, e.g.:abbreviation   full form         explication
abs.   absolute          free non-incorporated form of noun
act.    active  case or cross-reference position in active system
...       ...         ...


The abbreviation table may again be printed in two columns per page, as is commonly done with the entry-list itself.
1.5.4. Symbols

Instead of abbreviations, the dictionary may make use of symbols. These are explained like abbreviations:symbol          meaning
~       [copy of lemma]
      see
♀       female
...       ...

1.5.5. Bibliography

Just like any piece of intellectual work, a dictionary profits from use of specialized literature, whose bibliographical references are enumerated here.

If the data that the dictionary is based on are a corpus of published texts, then the bibliography should be divided into two subsections: 1) primary sources [i.e. the corpus], 2) specialized literature.

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                          PACE WORK (Maths) 25/05


Тема: Додавання та віднімання десяткових дробів. Одиниці вимірювання довжини в Америці. Переведення дюймів в сантиметри

                        Основна частина.
1.      Revision time table (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8). Watching the video and singing the song “Time table – 2 and 3” (7 times 7…)
2.      Theory

Inches to Centimeters Conversion
How many centimeters in an inch?

The conversion factor from inches to centimeters is 2.54. To find out how many centimeters in inches, multiply by the conversion factor or use the converter below.

1 Inch = 2.54 Centimeters

Inch is a unit of length in imperial and U.S. customary systems. It's been used since 7th century and means "one twelfth" of something in latin, in this case it's the 1/12 of another length unit, foot. After the metric system is accepted globally (except a few countries), it's replaced with centimeter but still commonly used in united states, britain and canada. The abbreviation is "in" and also the symbol is a double prime (").

Centimeter is a metric system length unit. It equals to one hundredth (1/100) of a meter which is the metric system base length unit. It's one of the the most common length units for everyday measurements. The abbreviation is "cm".