كتاب الطالب التعلم لغة انجليزية الصف الخامس الفصل الثاني

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الفصل انجليزي الصف الخامس
المادة انجليزي الصف الخامس الفصل الثاني
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كتاب الطالب التعلم لغة انجليزية الصف الخامس الفصل الثاني 

Bridge to Success

Looking backwards and forwards

Lesson 1 School holidays

 Talk about it 

What kind of activities do you do in the school holidays When is your longest school holiday? How long is it What do you like best about school holidays? Are there any disadvantages to long holidays?

Listen again. Decide if these sentences are true or false. Correct the false sentences.

 Ana earns extra pocket money by helping in her mum and dad’s shop.

 Last year on holiday, Luis nearly set fire to the car.

 Mohand spends time at his cousin’s house during the holidays.

Carly has been to the same place for the last four years.

Lesson 2 Holiday activities

Word study Holiday activities Which activities do we do indoors, outdoors or in both places

Listen

Listen to the second part of the interview from Lesson 1. What don’t the

children like about long school holidays? Complete their comments.

Carly: I often get bored 1 home and sometimes I think that the holidays are just too long

Mohand: Me too. When I’m 2 home, sometimes I run out 3 things to do.

Luis: I see what you mean, but I don’t really agree! I love the holidays so much that I don’t want them 4 end. The only thing I don’t like are holiday traffic jams.

Ana: I agree with Mohand and Carly. I love school holidays, but sometimes I wish they were a bit shorter – then it wouldn’t be so hard to go back 5 school afterwards!

Talk

 Make a list of three things that you like about long school holidays.

Now write down something that you don’t like.

 Discuss your list with another pair. Compare what you like and don’t like. Remember to use the phrases for agreeing and disagreeing.

Lesson 3 Holiday fun

Read

Read these advertisements for holiday activities. Which camps are the longest? Which are good for older children

ART COURSES

Do you like drawing and painting? Making amazing pottery? Our one-week courses have something for everyone! Make new friends and take away a beautiful folder of amazing artwork! Age range: 7–12. For more information visit our website

CAMPING

Enjoy our one-week adventure camps. Explore amazing countryside, track wildlife and learn how to care for our natural world. Tents and cooking equipment provided. Age range: 12–16. For more information visit our website.

SPORTS CAMPS

One- or two-week sports camps for kids with energy to burn! All abilities welcome. Try a new sport or improve your skills with our coaches. And you don’t have to bring anything – everything you need is here! Age range: 11–16. For more information visit our website.

Choose the best holiday camp for the children below.

Which holiday would you like to go on? Why

 Ali likes being outside, but he doesn’t like sport.

 Pilar is eight and she is good at drawing.

 Katie likes learning about wild animals.

 Sam wants to learn how to swim well.

Listen

Listen to two girls talking about the holidays. Which holiday activity are these girls going to do

Word study Packing for a trip What items from the box to the right are the girls going to take

Match these sentence halves. Then listen and check.

 I think we’ll have to                  a things for eating

 We’ll definitely need                  b no electric light.

 There’ll be                            c take everything else ourselves.

 Do you think we’ll need             d sleeping bags.

Listen

Which holiday advertisement, from Lesson 3, are these boys talking about? What is the problem

Talk

Choose one of the activities to discuss. Think about a problem that you might have. Use the expressions from Activity 2 to make suggestions.

   1Art course     2 -Sports camp

Talking about people

Lesson 1 What am I like

 Talk about it What are you like Think about adjectives to describe yourself. Give examples.

Lesson 2 House rules

Word study Antonyms Match the adjectives with their opposite meanings. Use your dictionary to help you.

 confident                    a lazy

 generous                   b cheerful

bad-tempered            c selfish

 tidy                       d nervous

 shy                         e untidy

 hard-working            f outgoing

Read the text again and answer the questions below.

 The writer’s name is Bader. Why do you think his mother decided to make some new house rules 

 When are Bader and his brother allowed to play computer games

 Who was quicker to tidy their room: Bader or his brother, Marwan

 Why were Bader and his mother angry

Lesson 3 Our profles

Read Personality quiz

Match the quiz questions A–D with the correct quiz number 1–4.

A You have to read a poem from memory in front of the school. What do you do

B What do you do if you have an English exam in three days’ time

C How do you behave when you get up in the morning

D Your friend is unhappy because he/she got low marks in a test. How do you help him/her

Lesson 4 Matching profles

Read

Read the profles and match them to the correct summaries.

A You are hard-working and outgoing, but sometimes not very confident.

B You are hard-working, outgoing and very confident.

PROFILE 1

Hello, I’m Rashid and I’m from the UAE. I live with my parents and my brother and sister in Abu Dhabi. We moved here last year. I’m 12 years old and I love playing computer games with my brother. I also like playing football with my friends. I have got a lot of friends at my school. At school I enjoy Science lessons most and I study hard, but I don’t think I am very good even though my teacher praises me a lot. I also like learning English, but sometimes I’m afraid of speaking in front of others. I hope that I can speak it very well soon!

Lesson 5 An interview

Listen again. Are the sentences true or false

 Bader has got an older brother called Marwan.

 He was born in a small town called Dibba.

 He is really outgoing.

 He’s known Majed for a long time.

 He thinks he’s good at drawing.

 He is a brilliant rugby player.

 His favourite things are his computer games and comics.

Match the questions with the answers.

 Have you got any brothers or sisters?          a In a small town called Dibba.

 Where were you born?                         b I’m quite a confident person.

 What are you like?                             c No, not really.

 Who is your best friend?                      d Yes, a younger brother called Marwan.

 Do you have a favourite sport?             e Majed. We’ve known each other for a long time.

Lesson 7 My learning

 Can you remember

Choose the correct answers and write in the space.

 My brother is . He never shares anything with me.

a generous              b lazy                c selfish

 When my friend is she bites her nails.

a outgoing              b nervous                 c bad-tempered

 I am that I can pass the exam.

a shy                  b confident                         c hard-working

 My brother is very . His room is always such a mess!

a tidy             b untidy                 c clean

 Where born

a are you                     b did you                 c were you

 Who the people in Rashid’s family

a is              b are                   c be

 What hobbies 

a has Sam got

b has got Sam

c Sam has got

 I’m not very on playing basketball.

a quite          b keen             c like

 We like playing tennis.

a both                    b to                      c bit

 Sorry, could you that

a repeat

b repeating

c to repeat

 

 

 

 

 

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