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Describing pictures and people борщ ю.о.


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Describing pictures and people борщ ю.о.

  1. 1. Describing pictures and people
  2. 2. Reading and writing module. Contents Describing pictures • 1. introduction • 2. sentences • 3. structures of describing pictures: there is/ there are • 4. structures to describe pictures: countable and uncountable nouns • 5. structures to describe pictures: quantifiers • 6. structures to describe pictures: prepositions • 7. writing assignment Describing people 1. describing people: appearance 2. describing people: character 3. describing people: putting it together
  3. 3. * Colour and I are one. I’m a painter. * There is no must in art because art is free. * Everything has beauty, but not everyone sees. Wasily Kandinsky * Every child is an artist. * The world of reality has its limits, the world of painting is boundless. * Art is the freedom to be yourself. Pablo Picasso
  4. 4. 1. Introduction A. Look at the picture and discuss in group: What can you see in the picture? What is he doing? Do you think is he happy? How old do you think is he? Where do you think he should be at his age? Why? Think of the TITLE of the picture. Brainstorm Look at the following sentences to describe the picture: There is a boy in the picture. He has a gun. He is standing. B. In groups make more sentences about this picture. C. In groups think of the ideas to complete the chart. What can you see in the picture? What can you imagine about what you see in the picture?
  5. 5. D. Here is a description of this picture. What is wrong with this description? List the mistakes. There’s a boy in this picture. He is about 20 years old. He looks happy. He isn’t smiling. He has a small gun. He’s wearing a school uniform. There are some trees behind the boy. There is an elephant beside the boy. 2. Sentences A. What is in a sentence? Think of some things that you find in a sentence. B. Some of the following lines are sentences, some are not. Tick the sentences. If it is not a sentence, why not? 1. Law Meh worked in a hospital for six years. 2. My friend in Mae Sot. 3. Mama studies English after dinner. 4. He is tired. 5. Teaches mathematics to high school students. 6. My father’s old blue motorcycle. 7. I walk. 8. There are two dogs. 9. A beautiful house beside the Salween river. 10. It’s raining. brainstorm exercise
  6. 6. • Parts of the Sentence A sentence has a subject and a verb He cooks. subject verb Usually a sentence has some other He sometimes cooks special words too. dishes for us. Subject come before the verb. Everybody likes eating this cake Subject can be one or many words. My uncle, my sister and my friend like this cake. The first letter of the first word of a We ate many cakes last night. sentence is a capital letter. A sentence ends with a full stop, Do you want some cake? question mark or exclamation mark. I’d love some!
  7. 7. • C. These sentence all have one mistake. Correct the mistake. 1. I think the boy’s name Maung Maung Soe. 2. he was born in a village. 3. Didn’t go to school. 4. There a cinema in his village. 5. Likes Maung Maung Soe going to school. 6. One night some soldiers to the cinema. exercise
  8. 8. • 3. Structures to describe pictures: there is/there are A. Look around you. Are these sentences true or false? There’s a teacher. There are twelve students in this classroom. There’s a blackboard. There are two white boards. There are some pictures on the walls. There’s some water in a bucket. There are more male students than female students. There’s a lot of money on the desk. There are a lot of chickens outside. There are many intelligent, hardworking students.
  9. 9. • B. Fill in the gaps in the box with these grammar terms. Uncountable Noun Singular Plural Countable Negative C. Make true sentences. Fill the gaps with there is/are isn’t/aren’t. 1.__________ some food in the kitchen. 2.__________ any gold under the classroom. 3.__________ a lot of dust outside the window. 4.__________ a good football teams in this school. 5.__________ any tigers near here. There is/are There is + singular,______. There are +________ noun. Use isn’t aren’t with there. Use any with isn’t aren’t.
  10. 10. • D. Activity. Work in groups. Write three sentences about your school, using there is /are, isn’t/aren’t. Write some true and some lie sentences. Read these sentences to the group. Can they identify the lie?
  11. 11. Countable and uncountable nouns • Countable nouns are the names of objects that we can count. • We can use numbers and a/an with count nouns, they have plurals. • A cat three cats a newspaper two newspapers • Uncountable nouns are the names of things that we cannot count. • We cannot use a/an or numbers with uncountable nouns, they have no plurals. • Water (NOT a water, two waters) • Wool (NOT a wool, two wools) • Weather (NOT a weather, two weathers)
  12. 12. • C. classify the nouns into countable and uncountable • Banana advice wood animal • Bread rubbish exam adult • Vegetable furniture colour rice • Grass meal bamboo office • Information work knowledge number countable uncountable
  13. 13. 6. Structure to describe picture: Prepositions • A. describe the picture using some of these words: At the top At the bottom At the back In the front In the centre On the right On the left
  14. 14. Describing people: Appearance • A. Parts of the face: Use the words in the box to label the diagram. How many of the words do you know? Try to guess the rest. Check answers with your partner. Eye Chin Nose Forehead Eyelashes Lips Eyebrow Cheek Jaw
  15. 15. B. Describing faces • Look at your classmates and say. 1. Who has long eyelashes? 2. Who has a pointy chin? 3. Who has a wide nose? 4. Who is short? 5. Who has a big mouth? 6. Who has a round face? 7. Who has curly hair?
  16. 16. C. Adjectives and nouns. • Which of the adjectives go with the nouns in the circle? You will need to use the adjectives twice. Big, small, thin, thick, long, Curly, short, bushy, full, straight Hooked, bent, wavy, pointed nose hair lips chin
  17. 17. D. Matching pictures. Grammar Box There are two ways to make a sentence to describe somebody: a) Subject + has + adj + noun She has big eyes. b) Subject + to be +adj Her eyes are big.
  18. 18. Describing the Mona Lisa’s portrait
  19. 19. Homework E. The perfect face. Are any people of these pictures beautiful? Handsome? What makes some people beautiful and handsome? .Describe the perfect face.