Learn to talk about what you learnt from friends

UNIT 1 Me and My Friends

1.4 Learn to talk about what you learnt from friends

Word Box

Phrase Box

Communication Box

To twinkle

Star

Diamond

Owl

To study

– to learn to do some thing from somebody

– to smell the flowers

– to explore the earth

– to watch the sky

– the whole wide world

Let’s… .

Lucky me!

… and what not.

1. Look and say what children usually learn to do in early childhood.

Learn to talk about what you learnt from friends

E x a m p l e: Children usually learn to walk in childhood.

2. Listen and repeat. Say what you like to look at.

TWINKLE, TWINKLE, LITTLE STAR

Twinkle, twinkle, little star, How I wonder what you are. Up above the world so high Like a diamond in the sky.

/w/ twinkle, wonder, world, what

/ai/ high, diamond, sky

3. Look, match and say what the children like to do.

Learn to talk about what you learnt from friends

Learn to talk about what you learnt from friends

To learn to do something from somebody;

To smell the flowers;

To explore the earth;

To watch the sky.

4. Listen and role-play.

THANK YOU, FRIENDS!

Bob: Hey, Bob, do you study well?

Jane: Sure, I do. I learnt to study from my friends – the teachers, and I learnt to read from my friends – the books.

Bob: Good for you! And do you like to play games, I wonder?

Jane: Sure. I learnt to play different games from my friends at school. And do you like to sing, Jane?

Bob: I do. I learnt to sing from my friends – the birds.

Jane: Me, too. Listen… “Twinkle, twinkle, little star, how I wonder what you are”. And I learnt to watch the night sky from my friend – the owl.

Bob: Wow! Let’s say, “Thank you, friends!”

Remember!

I learnt to study from my friends.

To learn – learnt

To walk – walked

To run – ran

To study – studied

To sing – sang

To jump – jumped

To write – wrote

To play – played

5. Talk with a friend about what you learnt from your friends. Use:

Learn to talk about what you learnt from friends

Learn to talk about what you learnt from friends

On your Own: Take your friend’s photo and write 3-5 sentences about what you learnt from him / her.

Example: Personally, I like to play football. I learnt to play this game from my friend Peter. You can see him in the picture. I also learnt to use the Internet from him.

6. Look and guess who can be children’s friends.

Learn to talk about what you learnt from friends

E x a m p l e: I think… can be children’s friends.

7. Read and say what Lizzy learnt from people and the world around her.

MY FRIENDS

My name is Lizzy. I have got so many friends! They are my parents, my teacher, my classmates, my pets and the whole-wide-world around me. I learnt a lot from each of them.

My mum and dad are very kind and loving parents, so I learnt to love my family from them. My teachers know a lot about English, Maths and what not, so I learnt to study from them. My classmates are jolly and creative, so I learnt to play different games from them.

My pets are my great friends, too. I have got a cat, a dog and a pony. When I was a baby, I learnt to walk from my friend – the cat, and I learnt to jump from my friend – the dog. I also learnt to run from my friend – the pony.

The whole world is around me. I learnt to smell the flowers from my friend, the butterfly. I learnt to explore the earth from my friend, the ant. I leant to sing from my friends, the birds.

Lucky me! Lucky you?

8. Label the pictures.

Learn to talk about what you learnt from friends

Lizzy learnt to love her family

From her parents.

Learn to talk about what you learnt from friends

9. Talk with friends about what you learnt from people and the world around you. Use:

Personally, … . … and the whole wide world around me. I learnt to… from… .

Besides, I have got… . I also… . Lucky… .

10. Write a thank you note to your friends. Use:

My dear friends,

Thank you so much! I learnt… from…

Yours, … .

Do it Yourself! Make a picture for your thank you note.


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