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АНГЛИЙСКИЙ
ЯЗЫК
КНИГА ДЛЯ ЧТЕНИЯ
2 класс
Пособие для учащихся общеобразовательных организаций и школ с углублённым изучением английского языка
Авторы-соаавители И. Н. ВЕРЕЩАГИНА К. А. БОНДАРЕНКО
15-е издание
Москва «ПРОСВЕЩЕНИЕ» 2014
УДК 373.167.1:811.111 ББК81.2АНГЛ-93 А64
Английский язык. Книга для чтения. 2 класс : пособие для уча-А64 щихся общеобразоват. организаций и шк. с углубл. изучением англ, яз. / авт.-сост. И. Н. Верещагина, К. А. Бондаренко. — 15-е изд. — М. : Просвещение, 2014. — 47 с. : ил. — ISBN 978-5-09-031795-5.
Книга для чтения является составной частью нового, переработанного в соответствии с Федеральным государственным образовательным стандартом начального общего образования учебно-методического комплекта по английскому языку для 2 класса общеобразовательных организаций и школ с углублённым изучением английского языка.
Книга содержит сказки, рассказы, адаптированные тексты для формирования умений чтения на начальном этапе обучения.
УДК 373.167.1:811.111 ББК 81.2ДНГЛ-93
ISBN 978-5-09-031795-5
© Издательство «Просвещение», 2012 © Художественное оформление. Издательство «Просвещение», 2012 Все права защищены
Lesson 1
Read the story to learn why the kitten is called so. (Прочитай рассказ и узнай, почему так зовут кошечку.)
THE MERRY-GO-ROUND CAT Here are some new words:
a merry-go-round — карусель
an eye [ai] — глаз
outdoor [‘autdo:] — уличный
poor [риэ] — бедный
nobody’s kitten — бездомная кошечка
to look for — искать
to see — видеть
to stay — оставаться
suddenly [‘sAdanli] — вдруг
to set — сажать
Mini is a kitten, a nice grey kitten with big green eyes. She hasn’t got a father, a mother, a sister or a brother. Mini hasn’t got any friends. She is an outdoor kitten. Poor Mini! She is nobody’s kitten.
She goes from house to house to look for a friend. On and on she goes and goes, and goes. Mini stops at an office. She wants
to look for a friend. But she sees a big brown dog in the office. So Mini doesn’t want to stay there.
She goes to a hospital then. But the doctor has got pussycat with seven black and white kittens. So Mini doesn’t want to stay in the hospital.
On and on she goes. Then she sees a park. Children like to run, jump and skip in the park. They like to play hide-and-seek and leapfrog there. Suddenly she sees a merry-go-round. She sees a man. His name is Charlie.
He loves Mini and sets her on a horse. It’s fun to ride on the merry-go-round. And she stays with Charlie. Now Charlie and Mini are friends. And Mini, nobody’s kitten, is now Mini, the merry-go-round Cat.
Т) Find and read out the sentences to illustrate the pictures. (Найди и прочитай предложения, соответствующие картинкам.)
Arrange the sentences in a logical order according to the text. Use them as a plan to retell it. (Поставь предложения в соответствии с содержанием текста. Используй их в качестве плана для пересказа.)
1) Mini is in the park.
2) Mini is a poor kitten.
3) Mini is in the hospital.
4) Mini is in the office.
5) Mini and Charlie are friends.
Lesson 2
Do you like dogs? Then read the story to know what happened to the dog, named Wolf. (Ты любишь собак? Тогда прочитай рассказ и узнай, что случилось с собакой по имени Волк.)
MY LITTLE DOG WOLF Here are some new words:
a wolf [wulf] — волк to live [Irv] — жить one day — однажды out of [‘aut 9v] — из to meet — встречать to run away — убегать after [‘a:ft9] them — за ними happy [‘haepi] — счастливый a hen — курица
I’ve got a little dog. His name is Wolf. He is brown and white. Wolf is a nice dog. He likes me very much. We are friends. Little Wolf lives in a little house. The little house is a doghouse. The doghouse is green.
One day Wolf says: “I want to run, I want to play.”
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And he runs out of his house. On and on he runs and meets two little kittens. “Bow, wow,” he says. The little kittens run away from him. Wolf runs after them. He wants to play with them. “Hello, kittens! Bow, wow,” he says. But the kittens run away from him.
Wolf is not happy. On and on he goes. He meets five little yellow chicks.
“Bow, wow,” he says. The little chicks run
away from him. Wolf runs after them. “Let’s play, chicks. Bow, wow,” says Wolf. But the chicks run away from him.
On and on Wolf runs. Suddenly he meets Mother Hen. She is big and black.
“Bow, wow,” Wolf says. But Mother Hen does not run away from him. She runs after him.
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Now Wolf does not want to play. He wants to go honne to his green doghouse.
He is at home and he likes his doghouse very much.
There is no place like home.^
(^) Arrange the sentences in a logical order according to the text. Use them as a plan to retell it. (Поставь предложения в соответствии с содержанием текста. Используй их в качестве плана для пересказа.)
1) Wolf meets Mother Hen and doesn’t want to play with her.
^ There is no place like home, хорошо, a дома лучше.
— В гостях
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2) Wolf meets five chicks.
3) Wolf meets two kittens.
4) Wolf likes his little green doghouse.
((2) One of you tells the story. And the classmates ask questions for more information.
(Один из вас пересказывает текст, а другие задают ему вопросы.)
Lesson 3
Do you want to know what Mother Cat teaches her daughter? Then read this text.
(Ты хочешь узнать, чему Мама-кошка учит свою дочь? Тогда прочитай текст.)
THE LITTLE KITTEN
After Sh. Hamamdjian
Here are some new words:
a paw [рэ:] — лапа
the next day — на следующий день
an ear [ю] — ухо
to hear [hia] — слышать
a mouth [mauG] — рот
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One day a little red kitten says to her mother, “Oh, Mother, look at my four little paws! One, two, three, four! What can I do with my four little paws?”
Mother Cat says, “Oh, you little kitten, you can run with your paws!”
The little kitten runs and runs and runs.
The next day the little kitten says to her mother, “Oh, Mother, look at my two little eyes. One, two! What can I do with my two little eyes?”
Then the little kitten says, ‘Yes, I can see with my eyes, I can see you. Mother, I can see little chicks, I can see a big dog.”
The next day the little kitten says to her
mother, “Oh, Mother, look at my two little ears. One, two! What can I do with my little ears?” Mother Cat says, “Oh, you little kitten, you can hear with your ears.”
And the little kitten says, ‘Yes, yes, I can
hear you with my little ears. I can hear you, Mother, I can hear little chicks, I can hear a big dog.”
The next day the little kitten says to her
mother, “Oh, Mother, look at my little mouth;
what can I do with my little mouth?”
Mother Cat says, “Oh, you little kitten, you can eat a mouse with your little mouth.”
And the little kitten says, ‘Yes, yes, I can
eat a mouse with my little mouth. Oh, Mother,
I hear a mouse, I see a little grey mouse,
I run after it and I want to eat it.”
Answer the questions. (Ответь на вопросы.)
1) What can the little kitten do with her four
paws?
2) What can the little kitten do with her eyes?
3) What can the little kitten do with her two
ears?
4) What does Mother Cat say about her mouth?
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^Try and role-play the tale. (Постарайся и разыграй сказку по ролям.)
^ Think of your own tale if you can. (Если сможешь, придумай свою сказку.)
Lesson 4
Do you like to draw? Do you want to know how Dippy Duck learns to draw? Then read the story.
DIPPY DUCK’S DINOSAUR
After Moira Andrew Here are some new words:
a dinosaur [‘dainaso:] — динозавр to add [aed] — добавлять a dot [dot] — точка a leg [leg] — нога paint [peint] — краска; раскрашивать a dandelion [‘daendilaian] — одуванчик lonely [‘bunli] — одиноко a piece of paper [‘pi:s av ‘peipa] — листок бумаги
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Dippy Duck likes to draw a dancing dinosaur. He works all day, but the dinosaur doesn’t look right.
The next day Dippy Duck adds dots all
over the dinosaur. But the dinosaur doesn’t look right.
So Dippy Duck draws dark eyes, white teeth and legs to dance with. But the dinosaur doesn’t look right.
“What must I do?” he asks his friend Poor Peter.
“Paint is what you need. Dippy Duck.”
So Dippy Duck takes paints and paints it
with pink, dark blue and green dots. He paints
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so many dots that he is very tired. Then he paints dandelions so the dinosaur can dance in them. One day Dippy Duck’s friend Lucy Lamp Lady comes to look at the picture.
“My dinosaur still looks lonely,” says Dippy Duck sadly. “He looks lonely,” says Lucy Lamp Lady. Dippy Duck thinks and thinks. Then he has an idea [aTdis].
So Dippy Duck draws the dinosaur’s Dad and a little dog.
Suddenly the dinosaur jumps out of the picture and begins to dance.
The dinosaur’s Dad and his little dog dance too.
“How lovely! Dance with us. Dippy Duck,” they say. Poor Peter and Lucy Lamp Lady want to dance with the dinosaur and his Dad, too. They dance and dance so they get tired and fall down, but they are very happy.
The next day Dippy Duck takes another piece of paper and again he draws and draws …
Well, what do you think he draws?
You decide.
1) Find sentences to illustrate the pictures and read them aloud.
2) Draw your own picture to give it to your mother on the 8th of March.
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Read and learn the poem, then recite it to your mother and Granny.
My Dear Mummy
My dear, dear Mummy,
I love you very much.
I want you to be happy On the 8th of March.
Be happy, be happy On the 8th of March.
I love my dear Granny.
I love her very much.
— And do you love your Granny?
— Of course, and very much.
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Lesson 5
Do you like holidays? Read the text about one funny holiday.
APRIL FOOL’S DAY Here are some new words:
a fool [fu:l] — глупец first [fsist] — первый sometimes [‘sAmtaimz] — иногда to show [Jbu] — показывать to grow [дгэи] — выращивать a bush [buj] — куст to believe [bi’liiv] — верить horizontally [,hDn’zDnt9li] — горизонтально holiday [‘holidei] — праздник to set back — отводить назад a hole [haul] — дырка, отверстие (buttonhole — петля для пуговицы)
Can you guess and translate?
April [‘eipral] a trick
spaghetti [spa’geti] popular [‘popjub]
April Fool’s Day is the first day of April. In England it is the day for tricks. You play
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funny jokes on parents, sisters, brothers, friends, classmates and sometimes on teachers.
You can play as many tricks as you can on as many people as you like.
You can play April Fool tricks only before 12 o’clock. If you play it after 12 you are the April Fool.
Children like this day very much. They have lots of fun. They are happy to play lovely and kind tricks.
TV shows funny films on the first of April. Sometimes they show new films. In one of the films they say that farmers grow long spaghetti in the bushes.
These films are very popular. But some people don’t believe it and they say that spaghetti can’t grow horizontally, others ask where they can buy spaghetti bushes.
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This is a very funny holiday.
Here are some tricks children play.
— Call the zoo and ask to speak to Mr Lion.
— Set the clock back an hour.
— Say to a friend: “Oh my! You have four big holes in your coat …” (Buttonholes.)
— Look at your feet. You have two shoes… One left and one right.
April Fool’s Day
The doorbell is ringing Better hurry and see!
I think it is the postman With a present for me.
I think it is a farmer With the bag of hay Or a clown from the circus
Who just wants to play.
I think it is a spaceman
Coming in for a call
But today’s April Fool’s Day —
There is no one at all.
to hurry [‘Ьлп] — спешить a postman [‘paustman] — почтальон hay [hei] — сено a clown [klaun] — клоун
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а circus [‘s3:k9s] — цирк a spaceman [‘speisman] — космонавт
^ Tell what jokes you play on the 1st of April.
^ Do you like when classmates play tricks on you?
Lesson 6
Do you want to know more about English holidays? Then read the text and say what you’ve learned.
BUGS BUNNY AT THE EASTER PARTY
By Kathryn Hitte Part I
Here are some new words:
Easter [‘iista] — Пасха everybody [‘evribodi] = everyone [‘evriwAii] каждый, все
a party [‘pa:ti] — вечер, торжество
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а basket of eggs — корзина с яйцами Saturday [‘saetadi] — суббота behind [bi’haind] — позади
Names: Bugs [Ьлдг] Bunny [‘Ьлш]
Elmer [‘elma] Pig Petunia [рэЧ]и:пю] Pig
Two weeks before Easter everybody
in town is busy. Everybody but not Bugs.
Everyone wants to have a big Easter party.
Everyone wants to go there but not Bugs. Bugs pooh-poohs [pu:z] this idea.
His friends Elmer and Petunia Pig ask and ask him to give the baskets of eggs to the children but he doesn’t agree. “I don’t like it,
I don’t want to play Easter Rabbit.” So on Saturday afternoon he goes for a walk but suddenly he sees a man behind him. Bugs
doesn’t like it. He runs and runs and sees Petunia’s house. He gets into the house. The man stops at the house. Petunia and Elmer
are at home. They are happy that Bugs comes to them.
“We go shopping to buy something for the party. Let’s go with us,” they say.
Bugs is sorry. He says, “No, I can’t go with you. Have fun at your little party.” Elmer and Petunia Pig don’t help him.
And he goes on.
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(Т) Is it so? Read the sentences which are true to the story.
1) Everybody is busy. Everybody doesn’t want to work.
2) Bugs wants to go to a big Easter party. Bugs pooh-poohs this idea.
3) Bugs has nice friends. Bugs doesn’t like friends.
4) On Saturday afternoon Bugs goes swimming. On Saturday afternoon Bugs goes for a walk.
5) Petunia and Elmer are happy to see Bugs. Bugs doesn’t go to his friend’s house.
@ Say if Bugs Bunny likes Easter. Can you prove that?
Lesson 7
Do you want to know what happens to Bugs Bunny? Then read part II of the story.
BUGS BUNNY AT THE EASTER PARTY
Part II
Here are some new words:
to breathe [bri:6] — дышать a big purple satin [‘saetin] ribbon — большая фиолетовая атласная лента kids — дети
а guest of honour [‘gest эу’лпо] — почётный гость а prize [praiz] — приз to carry [‘кзеп] — носить (на руках)
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Suddenly Bugs Bunny sees that now a man and a woman go after him. He is afraid, he breathes hard. He stops, he doesn’t know what to do, where to go. Then the woman and the man stop. The woman begins to draw him
and the nnan gives hinn a big purple satin ribbon as a present.
Then he sees two little children smiling happily. He can’t believe his eyes.
“Ribbon!” he says. “Picture! Kids! What’s the matter?”
“It is time for our Easter party,” the man
says and puts the big purple satin ribbon around Bunny’s neck. “We ask you to be a guest of honour at our party. And your picture can be a prize at the party.”
‘Yes, I agree,” he says at last. So off they go to the playground.
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Many children and their friends Elmer and Petunia meet them. Everybody is happy. They have an egg-rolling competition. Children have got many eggs.
It is fun. Bugs gives the Easter baskets — one basket to every child.
“Aren”t you glad to be here after all,
Bugs?”
“Certainly, I am. I like to be the guest of honour of the party.”
Children carry him home.
Now every year Bugs is a lovely guest at
Easter parties.
(i)Find sentences to illustrate the pictures. Answer the questions.
1) Why does Bugs breathe hard?
2) How many people go after him?
3) What does the man give him as a present?
4) What does Bugs do at the party?
5) Are Bunny’s friends happy?
6) Is Bugs Bunny a lovely guest at Easter parties now?
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Lesson 8
Read the text to know more about London.
TOWER RAVENS Here are some new words:
a tower [Чаш] — башня (the Tower —
Тауэр, крепость-музей в Лондоне) ravens [‘reivnz] — вороны different [‘difarant] — различный leg-rings — кольца на ногах orange [‘югтф] — оранжевый (цвет) to feed [fi:d] — кормить centuries [‘sentjsriz] — столетия to guard [ga:d] — охранять will stand — будет стоять
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Can you guess the meaning?
to visit [‘vizitj a museum [mjur’zism]
a photo [‘fautau] a legend [‘lecfesndj
Many boys and girls visit Great Britain. They usually start with London.
In London they walk along London streets, see old houses, offices, schools. When they
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live in London they go to London’s zoo and watch different animals there.
But one place all children and their parents go to is the Tower of London. It is a museum now. They want to see Tower ravens. Nine big dark black ravens live there. They have leg-rings of different colours: yellow, white, grey, blue, green, red, orange, dark blue and dark green.
All day they are out. People like to speak to them, to make photos of them and give them something to eat. But the ravens don’t like it. They have their “Father” — Raven-master who feeds them. And they know him very well.
For many centuries ravens guard the Tower of London. The legend says “Only so long as they stay, will the White Tower stand”.^
Qj Answer the questions.
1) Where do children and their parents usually go when they are in London?
2) What do boys and girls like to watch in the Tower?
3) What do you know about the ravens?
4) Why do the ravens live in the Tower of London?
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Only so long as they stay, will the White Tower stand. — До тех пор пока они остаются, будет стоять Белая башня Тауэра.
(^) What else do you know about London? (Ex. 5, lesson 77 of your Student’s Book can help you.)
Lesson 9
Do you want to know why Frog is sad and happy? Then read the tale.
FROG IN LOVE
By M. Velthinys
Part I
Here are some new words:
sad — печальный
feel like laughing [‘la:fii3] and crying —
хочется смеяться и плакать thump, thump [0лтр] — тук-тук inside [in’said] — внутри real [пэ1] — настоящий heartbeat — сердцебиение the air [еэ] — воздух the sky [skai] — небо to seem — казаться
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Frog feels funny. He doesn’t know if he is happy or sad.
One day he sees Piglet.
“Hello, Frog,” says Piglet. ‘You don’t look very well. What’s the matter with you?”
“I don’t know,” says Frog. “I feel like laughing and crying. And something goes thump, thump inside me.”
“I see, you are not well. Go home to bed.” On the way home Frog sees Hare’s grey little house.
“Come in and sit down,” says the kind Hare. “What’s the matter with you?”
“Sometimes I am hot, sometimes I am cold and something goes thump, thump inside me. It goes 1-2, 1-2, 1-2.”
Hare thinks hard like a real doctor.
“I see,” he says. “It’s your heart. My heart goes thump, thump, too.”
Hare takes a big book and reads it.
“Aha!” he says. “Listen: you’ve got heartbeat. You are hot and cold. You are in love.” “In love?” says Frog. “Wow, I am in love!” He is so happy. He jumps out of the house up in the air and falls from the sky.
“Oh, you seem to be fine,” says Piglet.
“I am. I feel nice. I am in love.”
“Who are you in love with?” asks Piglet.
“I know,” he says. “I am in love with the
nice, lovely yellow Duck.”
‘You can’t be. A frog can’t be in love with a duck. You are green and she is yellow.”
Find and read sentences to answer the questions.
1) Whom does Frog see one day?
2) What does he say to Piglet?
3) What does Piglet ask him to do?
4) Does he go home or does he go to Hare’s house?
5) Is Hare a good friend to Frog?
Try to retell the story. Use the questions as a plan.
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Lesson 10
Read part II and say if you agree that the fairy tale is called “Frog in Love”.
FROG IN LOVE
Part II
Here are some new words:
to carry [‘kseri] — приносить a flower [‘Ааиэ] — цветок to sleep [sli:p] — спать high [hai] — высоко dangerous [‘demcfearas] — опасный to be fond [fond] of — любить
Frog runs home and paints a picture with red and blue in it and green which he likes very much. In the evening he goes to Duck’s house and puts his picture there. Duck is happy and asks: “Who can give me this nice picture?”
The next day Frog carries flowers and puts them near her house and runs away. And so it goes on day after day but Frog is not brave and can’t speak to Duck. Duck is very happy to get all the presents.
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Poor Frog is sad and hungry. He can’t eat, can’t sleep well. He thinks and thinks how to show Duck he loves her, “I must do something that nobody can do. I must jump very, very high as a very good sportsman. Dear Duck will see it and love me back.”^
Every day Frog jumps and jumps. The Duck sees it and asks: “What’s the matter with Frog? He jumps very high. It is dangerous.” And she was right.
One day Frog falls from the sky. Duck comes to help him. Frog cannot walk. She takes him home. She knows what to do.
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“Oh! What a pity, dear Frog,” she says. “I feel so sorry for you. I’m so fond of you.” “I am very fond of you, too, dear Duck,” says Frog. His heart goes thump, thump. And suddenly his face is green.
They begin to love each other and are very happy.
A frog and a duck. Green and yellow.
Love knows no colours.
Arrange the sentences in a logical order. Use them as a plan to retell the text.
1) Poor Frog is sad and hungry.
2) Every day Frog jumps and jumps.
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3) Frog runs home and paints a picture.
4) One day Frog falls from the sky.
5) Duck is happy and asks: “Who can give me this nice picture?”
6) Duck takes him home.
7) His heart goes thump, thump and his face turns green.
8) Frog is not brave and can’t speak to Duck.
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add [sed] добавлять afraid [s’freid] испуганный be afraid of
бояться (кого-нибудь) after [‘a:ft9] после, за afternoon [,а:йэ’пи:п] полдень
again [э’деп] опять, снова
air [еэ] воздух angry [‘aeggri] сердитый
be angry сердиться animal [‘aenimsl] животное
ask [a:sk] спрашивать
Bb
basket [‘ba:skit] корзина
behind [bi’haind] позади
believe [bi’li:v] верить breathe [bri:6] дышать bring [brig] приносить
bush [buj] куст buttonhole [‘bAtanhaul] петля для пуговицы
call [кэ:1] называть carry [‘kasri] нести century [‘sentfan] век, столетие
circus [‘s3:k9s] цирк clown [klaun] клоун
Dd
dangerous [‘Ьетфэгэз] опасный
different [‘diforant] различный dinosaur [‘dainsso:] динозавр dot [di5t] точка
Ее
ear [ю] ухо Easter [‘bsts] Пасха eat [i:t] есть, кушать egg [eg] ЯЙЦО
egg-rolling катание яиц (игра)
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every [‘evri] каждый everybody [‘evribudi] каждый
everything [‘еуп0щ)] всё
eye [ai] глаз
feed [fi:d] кормить feel [fill] чувствовать, ощущать
first [fsist] первый flower [‘Даш] цветок fond [fond] нежный, любящий
be fond of любить fool [fu:l] глупый; глупец
friend [frend] друг
go [дэи] идти
go away уходить guard [ga:d] охранять guest [gest] гость
Hh
happen [‘Ьаерэп] случаться happy [‘haepi] счастливый
hay [hei] сено hear [his] слышать heart [ha:t] сердце heartbeat [‘ha:tbi:t] сердцебиение high [hai] высокий; высоко
holiday [‘hDlidei] праздник horizontally
[,hDri’zt)ntsll] горизонтально hot [hDt] жаркий hungry [‘Ьлрдп] голодный
be as hungry as a hunter быть голодным как волк hurry [‘Ьлп] спешить
inside [in’said] внутри
Кк
kid [kid] ребёнок kind [kaind] добрый
и
leg [leg] нога legend [‘lecfesnd] легенда
live [liv] жить logical [‘bcfeiksl] логический logical order [‘о:с1э] логический порядок lonely [‘bunli] одиноко
look [luk] for искать
/Ит
man [masn] человек, мужчина
meet [mi:t] встречать merry [‘men] весёлый merry-go-round
[‘meng9u,raund]
карусель
museum [mju/ziam] музей
Nn
neck [nek] шея next [nekst] следующий nobody [‘naubedi] никто
Oo
one day однажды orange [‘пппф] оранжевый
outdoor [‘autdo:]
бездомный, уличный out of [‘aut 9v] из
Pp
paint [peint] краска;
раскрашивать paper [‘peipa] бумага parents [‘pesrants] родители park [pa:k] парк party [‘pa:ti] вечер, торжество paw [po:] лапа photo [‘fautsu] фотография picture [‘piktfa] картина
piece [pi:s] кусок playground
[‘pleigraund] площадка для игр poor [риэ] бедный popular [‘pnpjub] популярный present [pri’zent] дарить
present [‘prezant] подарок
prize [praiz] приз, награда
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prove [pru:v] доказывать purple [‘рз:р1] фиолетовый
Rr
raven [‘reivn] ворон real [гю1] настоящий ribbon [‘пЬэп] лента role-play [‘raulplei] разыгрывать run [глп] бегать run away убегать
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sad [saed] печальный satin [‘saetin] атласный Saturday [‘saetadi] суббота
see [si:] видеть seem [si:m] казаться It seems to me …
Кажется … set [set] on сажать shop [jDp] магазин go shopping ходить за покупками show [Jbu] показывать sky [skai] небо sleep [sli:p] спать
sometimes [‘sAmtaimz] иногда
spaceman [‘speisman] космонавт spaghetti [spg’geti] макароны
stay [stei] оставаться suddenly [‘sAdanli] вдруг
Tt
tale [teil] рассказ, выдумка
teeth [ti:0] зубы tower [Чаиэ] башня town [taun] город trick [tnk] трюк
Vv
visit [‘vizit] посещать
Ww
walk [work] прогулка go for a walk
гулять
well [wel] колодец
Уу
year [jia] год
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CONTENTS
LESSON 1
The Merry-go-round Cat …………… 3
LESSON 2
My Little Dog Wolf …………….. 8
LESSON 3
The Little Kitten …………………. 12
LESSON 4
Dippy Duck’s Dinosaur ……………… 16
LESSON 5
April Fool’s Day ………………….. 21
LESSON 6
Bugs Bunny at the Easter Party ……… 24
LESSON 7
Bugs Bunny at the Easter Party ……… 28
LESSON 8
Tower Ravens ……………………… 32
LESSON 9
Frog in Love ……………………… 35
LESSON 10
Frog in Love ……………………… 38
Vocabulary ……………………….. 43
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ИЗДАТЕЛЬСТВО

In a Small Town

Text 1

Toscanini was a great musician. He lived in America. One day he came to a very little
town. He was walking along the street when he saw a piece of paper in one of the windows.
He read:

MRS.SMITH.MUSIC LESSONS.

TWO DOLLARS A LESSON.

Then Toscanini heard the music. Somebody was playing Tchaikovsky.

“Mrs. Smith is playing,” he thought, “she isn’t a very good musician. She
doesn’t play Tchaikovsky well. I must show her how to play it.”

He went up to the door of the house and rang. The music stopped and soon a woman opened
the door.

“Are you Mrs. Smith?” asked Toscanini. “My name is Toscanini and I want to show
you how to play Tchaikovsky.”

Mrs. Smith was very glad to meet the great musician. She asked him to come in.
Toscanini played Tchaikovsky for her and went away.

A year later Toscanini visited the same town again. When he went up to the house where
he had played Tchaikovsky the year before he again saw a piece of paper. Now it read.

MRS.SMITH. (TOSCANINI’S PUPIL)

MUSIC LESSONS.

FOUR DOLLARS A LESSON.

1. Put “+” if the sentence is right and “-“if it is wrong.

  1. Toscanini came to a very little town.
  2. He liked how Mrs. Smith was playing.
  3. He wanted to play the piano for her.
  4. Tchaikovsky visited Mrs. Smith one day.
  5. Mrs. Smith was a teacher of music.

2. Write the sentences in the right order.

  1. Mrs. Smith was very glad to meet the great musician.
  2. He lived in America.
  3. The music stopped and soon a woman opened the door.
  4. The music stopped and soon a woman opened the door.
  5. “Mrs. Smith is playing,” he thought, “she isn’t a very good musician.

3. Answer the questions.

  1. Where did Toscanini live?
  2. Toscanini was a great musician, wasn’t he?
  3. Did he want to show Mrs. Smith how to play?
  4. What did he see in one of the window?
  5. Did he think that Mrs. Smith was playing well?

4. Write down the ending of the sentence.

  1. One day he came…
  2. I must show her…
  3. The music stopped and soon…
  4. Toscanini played Tchaikovsky for …
  5. Four dollars…

5. Make up 5 questions to the text.

Shmily Text 2

My grandparents were married for over half a century, and played their own special game
from the time they had met each other. The goal of their game was to write the word
“Shmily” in a surprise place for the other to find. They took turns leaving
“Smily” around the house, and as soon as one of them discovered it, it was their turn
to hide it once more.

They dragged “Smily” with their fingers through the sugar and flour containers to
wait whoever was preparing the next meal. They smeared it in the dew on the windows
overlooking the patio where my grandma always fed us warm, homemade pudding with blue food
coloring. “Shmily” was written in the steam left on the mirror after a hot shower,
where it would reappear bath after bath. At one point, my grandmother even unrolled an
entire roll of toilet paper to leave Shmily on the very last sheet.

There was no end to the places “Shmily” would pop up. Little notes with
“Shmily” scribbled hurriedly were found on dashboards and car seats, or taped to
steering wheels. The notes were stuffed inside shoes and left under pillows. “Shmily”
was written in the dust upon the mantel and traced in the ashes of the fireplace. This
mysterious word was as much a part of my grandparents’ house as the furniture.

It took me a long time before I was able to fully appreciate my grandparents’ game.
Skepticism has kept me from believing in true love- one that is pure and enduring.
However, I never doubted my grandparents’ relationship. They had love down pat. It was
more than their flirtatious little games; it was way of life. Their relationship was based
on a devotion and passionate affection which not everyone is lucky enough to experience.

Grandma and grandpa held hands ever chance they could. They stole kisses as they bumped
into each other in their tiny kitchen. They finished each other’s sentences and shared
the daily crossword puzzle and word jumble. My grandma whispered to me about how cute my
grandpa was, how handsome an old man he had grown to be. She claimed that she really knew
“how to pick ‘em”. Before every meal they bowed heads and gave thanks, marveling at
their blessing: a wonderful family, good fortune, and each other.

But there was a dark cloud in my grandparents’ life: my grandmother had breast
cancer. The disease had first appeared ten years earlier. As always, Grandpa was with her
every step of the way. He comforted her in their yellow room, painted that color so she
could always be surrounded by sunshine, even when she was too sick to go outside.

Now the cancer was once again attacking her body. With the help of a cane and my
grandfather’s steady hand, they still went to church every morning. But my grandmother
grew steadily weaker until, finally, she could not leave the house anymore. For a while,
Grandpa would go to church alone, praying to God to watch over his wife. Then one day,
what we all dreaded finally happened. Grandma was gone. “Shmily. It was scrawled in
yellow on the pink ribbons of my grandmother’s funeral bouquet. As the crowd thinned and
the last mourners turned to leave, my aunts, uncles, cousins, and other family members
came forward and gathered around Grandma one last time. Grandpa stepped up to my
grandmother’s casket and, taking a shaky breath, he began to sing to her. Though his
tears and grief, the song came, a deep and throaty lullaby.

Shaking with my own sorrow, I will never forget that moment. For I knew then that,
although I couldn’t begin to fathom the depth of their love, I had been privileged to
witness its unmatched beauty. S-H-M-I-L-Y: See How Much I Love You

Thank you , Grandpa and Grandma, for letting me see.

Laura Jeanne Alien

1. Answer the questions.

  1. What was the goal of the game have been played by the grandparents?
  2. Where could this mysterious word be found?
  3. What disease had grandmother?
  4. What song did grandfather sing to grandma when she had died?
  5. What color did grandpa paint their room when grandma was sick and why?

2 . Find sentences which prove that grandparents had true love.

3. Write the sentences in the right order.

  1. The grandpa sang a lullaby to grandma on her grave when she died.
  2. The author of this story was proud to witness the beauty of true love.
  3. The grandparents were married about fifty years.
  4. As usually grandpa helped her every step of the way.
  5. I never doubted my grandparents relations.

4. Find in the text:

  1. С помощью трости и твердой руки моего дедушки,
    они все еще каждое утро ходили в церковь.
  2. Это мистическое слово являлось такой же частью
    дома бабушки и дедушки, экак и мебель.
  3. они любили друг друга до гробовой доски.
  4. Затем день, которого мы все страшились,
    наступил.
  5. Они обменивались поцелуями, если сталкивались
    друг с другом на своей крошечной кухне.

5. Make up 5 questions to the text.

Text 3

In 1608 an Englishman whose name was Thomas Coryate visited Italy. He liked the country
and noted down every interesting thing he found. But there was one thing which he found
more interesting than the others. In his diary Thomas wrote, “When the Italians eat
meat, they use small forks. They don’t eat with hands because, as they say , do not
always have clean hands”.

Before leaving for England, Thomas Coryate bought a few forks.

At home Thomas gave a dinner party to show the invention to his friends. When the
servant brought the steak, he took out a fork and began to eat like they did in Italy.

Everybody looked at him in surprise. When he told his friends what it was, they all
wanted to take a good look at the strange thing. All his friends said that the Italians
were very strange people because the fork was very inconvenient.

Thomas Coryate tried to prove the opposite. He said it was not nice to eat with one’s
fingers because they were not always clean.

Everybody got angry at that . Did Mr. Coryate think that people inEngland always had
dirty hands? And weren’t the ten fingers they had enough for them?

Thomas Coryate wanted to show that it was very easy to use the fork. But the first
piece of meat he took with the fork fell to the floor. His friends began to laugh and he
had to take the fork away.

Only fifty years later people in England began to use forks.

1. Translate the following sentences into Russian:

  1. In 1608 an Englishman whose name was Thomas Coryate visited Italy.
  2. But there was one thing which he found more interesting than the others.
  3. He said it was not nice to eat with one’s fingers because they were not always clean.
  4. But the first piece of meat he took with the fork fell to the floor.

2. Answer the questions:

  1. Why did the Italians eat with the forks?
  2. What did he give at home to show the invention of the Italians?
  3. Why did his friends begin to laugh?
  4. When did people in England begin to use forks?

3. Correct according to the contents of the text :

  1. They eat with the hands because, as they say, do not always have clean hands.
  2. Everybody got happy at that.
  3. Only seventy years later people in England began to use forks.
  4. When the servant brought the steak, he took out a knife and began to eat like they did
    in Italy.

4. Put 5 questions to the text.

London Text 4

London is the capital of Great Britain. London is a very old town. London is two
thousand years old. Many years ago London was a small town on the Thames. There were a lot
of villages round it. After many years London and three hundred villages grew into a very
large city. Some of the names of those villages are the names of the streets in modern
London-Kensington, Westminster.

Now London is a beautiful city with large squares and parks. The city of London is the
business centre. East End includes the poor districts. West of London is the West End
where rich people live.

Trafalgar Square is in the centre of the West End of London. In the centre of Trafalgar
Square there is the column made of granite. On the top of the column there is a
17-feet-tall statue of Admiral Nelson who defeated the French at the Battle of Trafalgar
in 1809. The total high of the monument is 184 feet (44 meters).On the pedestal is a
bronze relief cast from a captured French cannon, representing Nelson’s victory.

On the North side of Trafalgar Square is the National Gallery.

The National Gallery has one of the finest collections of pictures in the world.

Trafalgar Square is one of the busiest place in London, where people go to and from the
work, it is hard to cross the street.

1. Ответьте на вопросы по тексту.

  1. What is the capital of Great Britain ?
  2. How many years is London?
  3. What includes the poor districts?
  4. Where do rich people live?
  5. Where is the Admiral Nelson column?

2. Продолжите предложение.

  1. On the top of the column …
  2. London is two…
  3. On the north side…
  4. The total high…
  5. There were…

3. Какие предложения соответствуют содержанию
текста “+”, а какие не соответствуют “-”

  1. London is a new town.
  2. London is on the Thames.
  3. The West End of London is a place where rich people live.
  4. In London there aren’t a lot of squares and parks.

4. Найдите в тексте

  1. Национальная галерея имеет одну из
    прекраснейших коллекций в мире.
  2. Трефальгарская площадь находится в центре Вест
    Енда в Лондоне.
  3. Сейчас Лондон –один из красивейших городов с
    большими площадями и парками .
  4. Спустя много лет Лондон и три сотни деревень
    превратились в один большой город.
  5. Некоторые из этих деревень стали названиями в
    современном Лондоне.

The Christmas Tree Text 5

No one _1_ for sure who decorated the first Christmas tree . The_2_ of bringing an
evergreen tree indoors and _3_ it at Christmas started in Germany. One _4_ says that
Martin Luther started the practice. Luther was an important Christian_5_ . According to
the story, he noticed the starlit sky as he walked home one Christmas Eve about the year
1513.He thought the stars looked as if they were shining on the branches. When he arrived
home, Martin Luther placed a small fir tree _6_ his house. He decorated it with lighted
candles.

Decorating Christmas trees became _7_ in Germany. Prince Albert of
Sachsen-Coburg-Gotha, the German husband of Queen Victoria, took the tradition to England.
Both German and English people brought it to America. And now nearly every family in Great
Britain and the USA has a _8_ tree.

The biggest Christmas tree in Britain is put up in Trafalgar Square in _9_ .

The people of Norway still give this tree every year to the _10_ to thank them for
helping Norway against Hitler in the second World War.

1. Chose the right answer:

a) knows b) begins c) decides d) is
a) tree b) legend c) story d) custom
a) showing b) giving c) putting d) decorating
a) story b) legend c)fairy d) novel
a) man b) saint c) leader d) woman
a) inside b) outside c) upside d) offside
a) comfortable b) beautiful c) public d) popular
a) Christmas b) fir c) pine d) birch
a) London b) Paris c) Moscow d) Madrid
a) French people b) British people c) Irish people d) Russian people

2. Answer the questions:

  1. Where was started the tradition of decorating Christmas tree?
  2. Who started this tradition?
  3. Who brought it to Britain?
  4. Why do people of Norway still present a tree to Britain?
  5. 3.  Ask 5 questions .

    Text 6

    THE STORY OF MY TROUBLES

    From my childhood I was an easily taught and obedient boy. My kindness was so
    noticeable that my friends made fun of me. I was especially fond of animals and had a
    great number of pets. With these I spent most of my time, and never was so happy as when
    feeding and playing with them. My character did not change much when I grew up.

    I married early, and was happy to find in my wife a character very much like my own.
    Seeing my love for pets she never lost a chance of getting the most pleasant animals. We
    had birds, gold-fish, a fine dog, rabbits, a small monkey, and a cat.

    This cat was a remarkably large and beautiful animal, quite black and surprisingly
    clever. In speaking of his cleverness, my wife, who was a superstitious woman, often
    mentioned the old popular belief, which considered all black cats to be in disguise.

    Pluto- this was the cat’s name-was my favourite pet and playmate. I alone fed him,
    and he followed me everywhere about the house. It was even with difficulty that I could
    prevent him following me through the streets.

    Our friendship lasted for several years, during which my character (I blush to confess
    it) had changed for the worse. I became day by day more moody and irritable. It often
    happened that I hurt the feelings of others; I suffered myself as I was rude to my wife.
    At last I even hit her.

    My pets, of course, could feel the change in my character. In fact, I began to treat
    them cruelly. As for Pluto, I held back from cruelty as I did treat cruelly the rabbits,
    the monkey, or even the dog when they came in my way. But my illness took hold of me- for
    what other illness is like alcohol!- and at last even Pluto ,who was now becoming old,
    even Pluto began to feel the effects of my temper.

    1. Answer the questions:

    1. What kind of pets do they have?
    2. What was the cat’s name?
    3. What illness had the author?
    4. Was he a kind man?
    5. How long did their friendship last?

    2. Ask questions.

    1. Yes/No
    2. Who
    3. Where
    4. or
    5. “tag” question

    3. Translate:

    1. I married early, and was happy to find in my wife a character very much like my own.
    2. Our friendship lasted for several years, during which my character (I blush to confess
      it) had changed for the worse.
    3. In speaking of his cleverness, my wife, who was a superstitious woman, often mentioned
      the old popular belief, which considered all black cats to be in disguise.

    4. Name antonyms:

    Happy, beautiful, kind, black, begin.

    5. Find in the text:

    I got day by day more changeable.

    сказки на английском языке

    Сказки на английском для детей: к языку через увлекательные истории

    Изучение английского языка в детском возрасте – не только сложный и достаточно трудоемкий, но и подверженный изменениям процесс. Сегодня специалисты настаивают на разносторонней подаче языковых аспектов, выборке лучших моментов из различных методик, пособий и техник. В современном разнообразии учебных материалов сказки на английском языке для детей по-прежнему сохраняют актуальность.

    Сказка – это целый лингвистический пласт, включающий не только лексический и грамматический, но и культурный аспект. Читая и анализируя тексты жанра fairy tale, можно в полной мере проникнуться не только языковыми особенностями, но и английскими традициями и тонкостями менталитета. Именно поэтому сказки по-английски могут предлагаться к изучению не только школьникам и дошкольникам, но и взрослым учащимся.

    Английские сказки: интерес, кругозор, польза

    Включение сказок в программу обучения остается актуальным для большинства современных методик. Их использование абсолютно оправдано благодаря следующим преимуществам:

    • Вовлеченность и мотивация. Детям интереснее изучать материал, изложенный в форме сказки, благодаря чему они сами стремятся прочесть и понять текст.
    • Эрудиция и кругозор. Читая английские детские сказки, ребенок одновременно изучает особенности и традиции других народов и стран, учится различать и чувствовать нюансы различных языков, что позволяет развить лингвистические наклонности и пополнить запас знаний.
    • Изучение нескольких языковых аспектов сразу. Сказки для детей на английском языке позволяют в ненавязчивой форме овладеть грамматикой и лексикой, изучить временные формы и построение предложений, расширить словарный запас.
    • Развитие усидчивости и концентрации внимания. Над изучением и переводом интересного сюжета дети готовы проводить куда больше времени, нежели над скучным текстом, требующим такой же обработки.

    Русские сказки с переводом на английский: стоит ли использовать

    Здесь ответ однозначный: конечно же, стоит. И в первую очередь в связи с более прочной мотивацией: многим детям невероятно интересно читать знакомые им с детства русские народные сказки на английском языке. Кроме того, включение переведенных на английский язык русских текстов помогает эффективно развить следующие навыки:

    • Языковую интуицию. Читая известные русские сказки на английском языке, дети легче схватывают смысл и улавливают значение незнакомых слов и выражений.
    • Словарный запас. Когда в ходе чтения ребенок интуитивно понимает английские слова и выражения, он запоминает их куда быстрее – секрет кроется в углубленном познавательном интересе.
    • Эрудированность. Перевод сказки с русского на английский помогает по-новому взглянуть на привычные явления и традиции, ощутить разницу в формировании идиом и фразеологизмов на разных языках.

    Русские сказки на английском можно предложить к изучению в двух вариантах: сразу с переводом для начинающих или в уже переведенной версии без оригинала для детей с более солидной языковой подготовкой.

    Пример русской сказки с переводом

    Лиса и Журавль

    Когда-то давным –давно Лиса и Журавль были близкими друзьями. Однажды Лиса пригласила Журавля на обед и сказала ему:

    -Приходи, дружок! Приходи, дорогой! Угощу тебя от души!

    Пришел Журавль к Лисе на обед. Лиса приготовила манную кашу и размазала ее по тарелке. Подает ее на стол да гостя потчует.

    — Угощайся вкусным обедом, куманек. Это я сама приготовила!

    Журавль клювом тук-тук своим клювом, стучал-стучал – но ни крошки угощения подобрать не мог. А Лиса тарелку облизывала, пока всю кашу не съела.

    Когда каша закончилась, Лиса и говорит:

    — Не обижайся, дружок. Нечем больше тебя угостить.

    — И на этом спасибо, дорогая, — отвечает Журавль. – Теперь твоя очередь ко мне в гости приходить.

    Назавтра пришла Лиса, а Журавль приготовил окрошку, налил ее в высокий кувшин с узким горлом и Лису потчует:

    -Угощайся вкусным обедом, дорогая кума. Право, нечего больше тебе предложить.

    Лиса крутится вокруг кувшина, и лизнет, и понюхает, но даже капли супа не смогла достать. Не лезет голова в кувшин.

    Тем временем Журавль своим длинным клювом весь суп и выхлебал. Когда съел все, то и говорит Лисе:

    — Не обижайся, дорогая. Нечем больше тебя угостить.

    Лиса очень рассердилась, ведь хотела наесться на неделю вперед. Так и ушла несолоно хлебавши.

    Как аукнется, так и откликнется! И с тех пор Лиса и Журавль больше не дружат.

    The Fox and The Crane

    It was long, long ago when the Fox and the Crane were close friends. One fine day the Fox invited the Crane to dinner with her and said to him:

    «Come, buddy! Come, my dear! I’ll treat you heartily!”

    And so the Crane came to the Fox for the dinner party. The Fox had cooked semolina for the dinner and smeared it over the plate. Then she served it and treated her guest.

    “Help yourself to tasty dinner, my dear godfather. That was me who cooked it!”

    The Crane went peck-peck with his beak, knocked and knocked but couldn’t pick even a bit of fare. The Fox kept licking the cereal until she had eaten it all.

    When there’s no cereal at all, the Fox said,

    «Don’t feel offended, buddy. There’s nothing more to treat you”.

    «And thanks hereon, dear,” the Crane said, “now it’s your turn to visit me”.

    Next day the Fox came, and the Crane made okroshka and poured in into a tall pitcher with a narrow neck and treated the fox.

    “Help yourself to tasty dinner, my dear godmother. Honestly, there’s nothing more to entertain you”.

    The Fox spinned around the pitcher and licked it and sniffed it but couldn’t extract even a drop of the soup. Her head wouldn’t fit the pitcher at all.

    Meanwhile the Crane sucked the soup with his long bill. When everything had been eaten, he said to the Fox,

    «Don’t feel offended, dear. There’s nothing more to treat you”.

    The Fox got very angry as she hoped to be full up for the whole week along. So she left empty-handed.

    And that was a tit for tat! So, the Fox and the Crane hadn’t been friends anymore since then.

    Выбор сказок для эффективного изучения английского

    Подбирая английские сказки для детей к занятиям, необходимо ориентироваться на следующие критерии:

    1. Соответствие сложности текстов возрасту. Сегодня их принято делить на несколько групп – адаптированные сказки на английском языке для начинающих с переводом, сказки начального, среднего и продвинутого уровня сложности. При выборе текста необходимо учесть как возраст, так и уровень подготовки учеников.
    2. Умеренный объем. Длинный текст сказки может напугать малышей, слишком короткий – показаться легким и скучным старшему школьнику. Золотая середина в объеме не менее важна.
    3. Смысловая нагрузка текста. Интересный сюжет, наличие морали, возможность для обсуждения – все это необходимо, чтобы удержать внимание ребенка, вовлечь его в активный диалог, способствующий развитию устной речи.

    Сегодня помимо обычных сказок, изложенных в форме текстов, рекомендуется включать в программу обучения языку анимированные сказочники, смотреть видео и слушать аудиосказки. Разнообразие жанрового материала не только повышает интерес к английскому, но и помогает развивать сразу все языковые навыки – чтение, письмо, говорение и восприятие на слух.

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    Обучение английскому с помощью сказок: важные нюансы

    Сказки для детей на английском как могут быть как эффективным средством изучения языка, так и дополнительной и интересной, но не всегда полезной нагрузкой. Чтобы обучение шло по первому сценарию, то, предлагая сказку, стоит соблюдать несколько простых правил:

    • Никакой спешки. Ребенок может читать сказку столько, сколько ему потребуется, чтобы вникнуть в содержание. Для этого важно создать спокойную обстановку, способствующую концентрации внимания.
    • Обязательное снятие барьеров. Если в тексте сказки говорится о реалиях, не имеющих аналогов в родной стране, или встречаются какие-либо идиомы или поговорки, крайне важно подробно объяснить их значение. Такой подход способствует лучшему пониманию и запоминанию, а также углублению в языковую среду.
    • Непременное повторение. Английские сказки стоит перечитывать как минимум раз – это помогает не только глубже вникнуть содержание, но и обратить внимание на нюансы грамматики.
    • Контроль понимания содержания. Наводящие вопросы по сюжету сказки, переводу новых слов и выражений – лучший способ убедиться, что дети действительно усвоили текст.
    • Обязательный анализ прочитанного. Помимо наводящих вопросов не менее важно обсудить и мораль сказки, авторский, народный посыл. Через диалог дети учатся выражать свое мнение, развивать английскую речь.

    Еще один важный аспект в изучении сказок – разнообразие материала. Не стоит использовать исключительно сказки и детские рассказы на английском с переводом: видеосказки, аутентичные тексты, аудиозаписи помогут дольше удерживать интерес учащихся.

    Примеры сказок для уроков английского языка

    Список английских народных сказок весьма широк, и найти в нем подходящие для изучение тексты не так сложно. Ниже приведены короткие сказки с переводом и возможные вопросы для контроля и анализа прочитанной истории.

    Сказка №1

    The Ant and the Grasshopper

    One summer’s day a Grasshopper was hopping about in the field, singing and chirping to its heart’s content. An Ant passed by, carrying with great effort an ear of corn he was taking to his home.

    «Why not come and have a chat with me,» the Grasshopper said, «instead of fussing all day long?». «I am busy saving up food for the winter,» the Ant said, «and that would be better for you to do the same.» «Why bother about cold?» the Grasshopper answered; «we have got a lot of food at present.»

    But the Ant went on its supply. When the winter came the Grasshopper got very cold and hungry while it kept watching the ants replete with corn and grain from the stores they had collected and saved in the summer.

    Then the Grasshopper understood…

    Муравей и Кузнечик

    Как-то летним днем Кузнечик прыгал по полю, распевая песни и веселясь от души. Мимо проходил Муравей, с трудом тащивший кукурузный початок к себе домой.

    — Почему бы не подойти и не поболтать со мной, спросил Кузнечик, – вместо того чтобы суетиться целыми днями?

    — Я готовлю запасы на зиму, — ответил Муравей. – И тебе советую заняться тем же.

    -К чему волноваться о холодах? – ответил Кузнечик. – Ведь сейчас у нас так много еды.

    Однако муравей продолжил заниматься запасами. И когда наступила зима, замерзший проголодавшийся Кузнечик наблюдал, как муравьи сыты благодаря зерну из кладовых, которые они собирали все лето.

    И только тогда Кузнечик все понял…

    Вопросы:

    • What did the Grasshopper do in summer?

    • Why was the Ant so busy?

    • Who feels better in winter – the Grasshopper or the Ant?

    Сказка №2

    The Lion and the Mouse

    Once a Lion decided to have a rest. While he’d been asleep a little Mouse started to run up and down upon him. The Lion woke up because of that, put his huge paw upon the Mouse and opened his awful mouth to swallow him.

    «I beg your pardon, my King!» the little Mouse cried, «Forgive me please. I shall never do it again and I shall never forget how kind you were to me. And who knows, maybe one day I’ll do you a favor in turn?»

    The Lion found the idea of the Mouse being able to help him so funny, that he let him go.

    Sometime later the Lion was captured by hunters. They tied him to a tree and they went away for a while searching for a wagon to carry him on.

    Just then the little Mouse happened to pass by, and the Lion in trouble. At once he ran up to him and soon gnawed away the ropes that tied the King. «Wasn’t I really right?» the little Mouse said, being very proud of his role of the Lion’s saviour.

    Лев и Мышонок

    Однажды Лев решил отдохнуть. Пока он спал, маленький Мышонок начал бегать по нему взад-вперед. Это разбудило Льва, он схватил Мышонка огромной лапой и открыл свою ужасную пасть, чтобы его проглотить.

    — Прости меня, мой Король! – закричал Мышонок. Прости меня, пожалуйста! Я никогда больше так не поступлю и не забуду, как добр ты был ко мне. И кто знает, может быть, когда-нибудь и я окажу тебе услугу в ответ?

    Мысль о том, что Мышонок может ему помочь, показалась Льву такой смешной, что он отпустил его.

    Немного позже Льва поймали охотники. Они привязали его к дереву и ненадолго отошли в поисках фургона, чтобы увезти его.

    Как раз в это время Мышонок пробегал мимо и увидел Льва в беде. Он сразу же кинулся к нему и быстро перегрыз веревки, опутывавшие Царя зверей.

    — Ну разве я был не прав? – спросил Мышонок, гордый тем, что он стал спасителем Льва.

    Вопросы:

    • Was the Lion angry with the Mouse?

    • What happened to the Lion after he let the Mouse go?

    • How did the Mouse save the Lion?
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    Сказка №3

    The golden goose

    Once upon a time there lived a man and his wife who were happy to own a goose that laid a golden egg daily. In spite of their luck, however, they soon stopped being satisfied with their fortune and wanted even more.

    They imagined that if the goose can lay golden eggs, it must be made of gold inside. So they thought that if they could get all that precious metal at once, they would get very rich immediately. Then the couple decided to kill the bird.

    However, when they cut the goose open, they were shocked to find that its innards were just like any other goose has got!

    Золотая гусыня

    Жили-были муж и жена, которым посчастливилось обзавестись гусыней, каждый день несущей золотые яйца. Несмотря на такую удачу, однажды они почувствовали, что недовольны своим состоянием, и захотели большего.

    Вообразили они, что если гусыня может нести золотые яйца, то и внутри она сделана из золота. И если заполучить весь драгоценный металл сразу, то можно немедленно стать очень богатыми. И тогда пара решила убить птицу.

    Однако когда они разрезали птицу, то с ужасом увидели, что ее внутренности точно такие же, как и у любого другого гуся!

    Вопросы:

    • What made the goose of the man and his wife so special?

    • Why they were not pleased with the goose?

    • Did they become happy when they killed the goose?

    TEXTS FOR  FORMS  2-3

    READING

    About myself

    My name is ________. I am eight. I go to school. I am a pupil. I am a pupil of the second form. I live in Moscow. I have got a big and friendly family. And I have got a lot of friends.

    Questions:

    1. What is your name?
    2. How old are you?
    3. Do you go to school?
    4. Where do you live?
    5. Have you got many friends?

    Animals

    There are wild and domestic animals. Wild animals live in the forest or in the zoo. Some animals are dangerous. A fox, a wolf, a bear, a hare, a tiger, an elephant are wild animals. Domestic animals live at home or at the farm. They are dogs, cats, rabbits, cows, horses, parrots. Animals that we have at home are called pets.

    Questions:

    1. There are wild and domestic animals, aren’t there?
    2. What animals are wild?
    3. What are domestic animals?
    4. Have you got a pet?

    Birthday

    I am nine years old. I love all holidays. Birthday is my favourite holiday. My birthday is on the fifth of May. I usually have a party on this day. I invite my friends. We have much fun during the party. We eat cakes, sweets and ice cream. We play games. I get a lot of presents on this day.

    Questions:

    1. When is your birthday?
    2. Is birthday your favourite holiday?
    3. Do you have a party on this day?
    4. Do you invite your friends on your birthday?

    Books

    I like to read very much. Reading is my hobby. I have got a lot of books at home. I like to read books for children. I like to read short stories about animals and fairy tales. My favourite fairy tale is Cinderella.

    Questions:

    1. Do you like to read?
    2. Have you got many books at home?
    3. What do you like to read?
    4. What is your favourite book?

    Food and dishes

    My mother cooks for our family. She cooks breakfast, dinner and supper. For breakfast I like to eat sandwiches and tea or milk. I like to drink apple or orange juice. I also like to eat chicken and potatoes. I like a salad with tomatoes and cucumbers. I eat fruit and vegetables. They are good for us.

    Questions:

    1. Who cooks in your family?
    2. What do you like to eat for breakfast?
    3. Do you like to drink juice?
    4. Do you like fruit and vegetables?

    Hobbies

    Children can have different hobbies. Some children collect toys or postcards, some children like to read or play. My hobby is reading. I like to read books for children. I also like to go for walks in the park. I usually make pictures when I walk. Making photos is my hobby, too.

    Questions:

    1. What hobbies do you know?
    2. What can people collect?
    3. Have you got a hobby?
    4. Is your hobby interesting?

    Holidays

    I like holidays. They are funny. The holidays are New Year, Women’s Day, Victory Day, Christmas, Easter, Independence Day. These holidays are important for people. Birthday is my favourite holiday. I get a lot of presents on my birthday. I always invite my friends for my birthday. We have much fun.

    Questions:

    1. Do you like holidays?
    2. What holidays do you know?
    3. What is your favourite holiday?
    4. Do you like to get presents?

    I help my mother

    My mother works a lot. She comes home very tired. I love her and I help her. I clean my room. I wash the dishes after dinner. Sometimes I go shopping to buy bread and milk. On Sundays I help my mother to cook.

    Questions:

    1. Does your mother work a lot?
    2. Do you help her?
    3. What do you do?
    4. Do you go shopping?
    5. Do you help your mother to cook?

    In the zoo

    I live in a big city. There is a wonderful 200 in my city. I like to go there with my parents. There are a lot of funny animals in it. They are elephants, lions, crocodiles, giraffes, monkeys, tigers, and others. There are a lot of different birds, too. Lion is my favourite animal. It is the king of animals. I like to go to the zoo very much.

    Questions:

    1. Is there a zoo in your city?
    2. Do you like to go to the zoo?
    3. What animals are there in the zoo?
    4. What is your favourite animal?

    Moscow is our capital

    Moscow is the capital of Russia. It is a big and beautiful city. It stands on the Moskva River. There are wide, long streets and high buildings in it Moscow is a very green city. There are a lot of parks in it. Many people like to come to Moscow. They visit its sights. I am very proud of the capital of my country.

    Questions:

    1. What city is the capital of Russia?
    2. There are wide, long streets and high buildings in it, aren’t there?
    3. Are there many parks in Moscow?

    My day

    I get up at seven o’clock. Then I wash myself, put on my clothes and have breakfast. After breakfast I go to school. I usually have four or five lessons at school. I come home at one o’clock. Then I have dinner. I eat soup, chicken or fish and potatoes. After dinner I do my homework. In the evening I read or watch TV. I go to bed at nine o’clock.

    Questions:

    1. When do you get up?
    2. How many lessons do you have every day?
    3. What do you have for dinner?
    4. When do you do your homework?
    5. What do you do in the evening?

    My English lesson

    I study a lot of subjects at school. I study Mathematics, Russian, Reading, English, Arts, and Music. English is my favourite subject. Our English lessons are very interesting. We learn new words and write exercises. We read texts and translate them. We play games and tell dialogues. I love English and I want to be an English teacher.

    Questions:

    1. What do you study in school?
    2. Do you like your English lessons?
    3. Do you play games at your English lesson?

    My family

    I have got a big family. I have got a mother, a father, a sister, and a grandmother. My mother is young and beautiful. Her name is Elena Petrovna. My father is young, too. His name is Oleg Ivanovich. My sister is four and she doesn’t go to school yet. My grandmother’s name is Olga Semenovna, she is very kind. I love my family very much.

    Questions:

    1. Have you got a big family?
    2. Have you got a sister or a brother?
    3. What is your mother’s name?
    4. What is your father’s name?

    My flat

    We live in a flat. Our flat is not very big. It is very clean and comfortable. There are two rooms in our flat. There is also a kitchen and a bathroom. In the living-room there is a sofa, a TV, a bookcase, a coffee table, and two armchairs. In my room there is a bed, a desk, a wardrobe, and a shelf. I love my flat very much.

    Questions:

    1. Do you live in a flat?
    2. Is your flat big?
    3. Is it comfortable?
    4. How many rooms are there in your flat?

    My friends

    I have got a lot of friends. They are my classmates. We go to school together in the morning. And we return home together after classes. We like to play. We play different games. Igor is my best friend. He is very kind and merry.

    Questions:

    1. Have you got many friends?
    2. Do you go to school together?
    3. What do you like to do?
    4. Who is your best friend?

    Seasons

    There are four seasons. They are: winter, spring, summer, and autumn. Winter is a very cold season. There is usually much snow in winter. In spring the trees become green and birds sing. In summer it is hot. Summer is my favourite season. In autumn the weather is usually rainy. Schoolchildren go to school in September.

    Questions:

    1. How many seasons are there in a year?
    2. What are they?
    3. What can we do in winter? In summer? In autumn?


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