English, group 13

Materiał zrealizowany do 9 grudnia 2018

Flavours: apple, orange, lemon, melon, cherry, chocolate, mango, rainbow

Subjects: maths, art, science, PE, music, English, social studies, Polish

Places: mountain, sea, pool, beach, school, shops, park, home

Verbs: eat, drink, dance, read, sleep, sing, dance, cook, fish

Jobs: rockstar, baker, artist, vet, dancer, florist, baseball player, superhero, pilot, chef, farmer, teacher, doctor, student, fire fighter, police officer, carpenter, singer, dentist

Adjectives: big, small, fast, slow, heavy, light

Grammar:
Are you…? Yes, I am/No, I’m not (with all pronouns)
Do you…? Yes, I do/No, I don’t (with all pronouns)
Can you…? Yes, I can/No, I can’t (with all pronouns)
Have vs. have got in positive, negative and question
Is it…? Yes, it is/No, it isn’t

Questions and answers:
What’s your favourite flavour? I like apple, etc.
What’s your favourite subject? I like…
Where are you going? I’m going to… (with all pronouns)
What are you doing? I’m eating, etc. (with all pronouns)
What do you want to do? I want to… (with all pronouns)
What do you want to be? I want to be a/an… (with all pronouns)
What do you do? (for jobs) I’m a teacher/student, etc.
Is it big/small, etc? Yes, it is/No, it isn’t, it’s…

Phonics: learning to read, My First Reading Library (Usborne), kids read a few sentences every lesson

Materiał zrealizowany do 10 lutego 2019 r. 

drinks: water, a cup of tea, hot chocolate, lemonade, cola, orange juice, a glass of milk

food: bacon, ham, cereal, bread, salad, quiche, olives, noodles, rice, yoghurt, zucchini

adjectives: big, small, fast, slow, heavy, light, new, old, hot, cold, expensive

grammar: It’s…/It’s not…

Questions and answers:

Where are the Christmas presents? Are they in/on/under etc…?

What does Santa do every Christmas Eve? He lands on the roof, he climbs down the chimney, he fills all the stockings, he eats all the cookies, he drinks all the milk, he feeds all his reindeer, he flies through the sky

Would you like a drink? Yes, please/No, thank you.

What would you like for breakfast? I’d like some/He’d like some/She’d like some

What do you do in winter? I play/I go…

Phonics: learning to read, My First Reading Library (Usborne), kids read a few sentences every lesson

Materiał zrealizowany do czerwca 2019 r.

Past forms of verbs (regular): -ed

Past forms of verbs (irregular): got, came, swam, ran, made, had, ate, drank, read, slept, sang, was/were, did, put, said, rode, went

Daily routine: wake up, brush teeth, wash face, do yoga, do homework, drink smoothie, go to bed, eat breakfast

World’s directions: north, east, south, west

Stationery: pencil, pen, ruler, pencil case, crayons, stapler, glue, eraser/rubber, calculator, brush, tape, paint, pencil sharpener

Creepy-crawlies: cockroach, beetle, caterpillar, worm, mosquito

Days of the week: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday

Grammar: short answers practice, making sentences, regular differentiation of Present Simple, Present Continuous and Past Simple tenses

Questions and answers:

What time is it? It’s 5, 10, quarter, half past/5, 10, quarter to, etc.

How did you get here? I came here by…

What do you think of him/her/them, etc.?

I think he/she is, we/they are, etc. good/excellent.

What do you do every day? (daily routine with all pronouns) I wake up/eat my breakfast etc.

May I borrow your (pencil etc.)? Yes, of course/No, you may not.

What did you do? I ate/went etc.

What day is it today? It’s Monday etc.

Phonics: My First Reading Library (Usborne): kids read phonics books every lesson