Teens|Grammar activating|El|6. My dream room

Sophie’s room


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Watch the video and choose the correct sentences

Sophie: Hi, my name is Sophie and this is my room. This is my bed. This is my desk, where I like to do my homework. And this is my chair where I like to read.

Mum: When I decorated Sophie’s room, she was just 4 years old and I picked nice muted colours.

Sophie: Now that I’m turning ten, I want my room to have more bright colours, like half pink and bright blue.

Mum: I think we need a room makeover.



 

Things in the room


Remember the names of the objects in the room. Turn the cards over to check your guesses

Example:

This is a wardrobe.

These are chairs.



Complete the sentences about your room

  1. There is a big in my room.
  2. There are a lot of in my room.
  3. I have in my room.
  4. There isn't a in my room.
  5. There aren't any in my room.
  6. My is .
  7. My isn't .
  8. I want to have in my room.

 

The children


Look at the photos and make sentences about the children’s rooms

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Dash and Garry, Australia

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Dora, Brazil

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Amy and Jenny, the UK

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Sofia, Hungary

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Sam, Denmark

Read the sentences and match the description to the name

Children’s room


Read what parents say about the children and their rooms and choose if the sentences are True or False


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Dash and Garry, Australia
They are very friendly and like to play with each other. They like bright colours, there are a lot of colourful and funny things in their room.

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Dora, Brazil
She wears a lion’s costume and there are tons of stuffed toys in her room. She is crazy about animals and nature.

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Amy and Jenny, the UK
They are just like all the teenagers: there are posters of their favourite bands all over the walls. There is often a mess in the room, but we are not very strict parents. I think, we give them a lot of freedom and it’s important.

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Sofia, Hungary
There is a small table and a set of chairs, which her father made for her. When she invites her friends, they have tea parties in her room.

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Sam, Denmark
He’s just a usual boy: likes cars and planes … There are lots of toys in his room, and there is a trumpet, which he plays.


Find the words

Solve a crossword puzzle


Ask about their room


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Put the words in the right order to make questions


The best room for…



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Choose the rooms for the children



  1. Describe the room.
  2. Say what things there are in the room.
  3. Say who of the children the room is good for/not very good for.
  4. Explain why you think so.

Describe:

cozy, bright, big, small, for one person / two people, friendly, boring, colourful, good for playing/reading/having a rest

Talk about the things in the room:

a bunk bed, toys, books, a window, a wardrobe
The room is good for

because

there are …
there aren’t any …
it is …
The room is not very good for … it isn’t …
it has got …
it hasn’t got …

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  1. Describe the room.
  2. Say what things there are in the room.
  3. Say who of the children the room is good for/not very good for.
  4. Explain why you think so.

Describe:

cozy, bright, big, small, for one person / two people, friendly, boring, colourful, good for playing/reading/having a rest

Talk about the things in the room:

a bed, toys, books, a window, a wardrobe, pillows
The room is good for

because

there are …
there aren’t any …
it is …
The room is not very good for … it isn’t …
it has got …
it hasn’t got …

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  1. Describe the room.

  2. Say what things there are in the room.

  3. Say who of the children the room is good for/not very good for.

  4. Explain why you think so.


Describe:

cozy, bright, dark, small, for one person / two people, friendly, boring, colourful, good for studying/reading/having a rest

Talk about the things in the room:

toys, books, drawers, a computer, a globe
The room is good for

because

there are …
there aren’t any …
it is …
The room is not very good for … it isn’t …
it has got …
it hasn’t got …

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  1. Describe the room.

  2. Say what things there are in the room.

  3. Say who of the children the room is good for/not very good for.

  4. Explain why you think so.


Describe:

cozy, bright, dark, small, for one person / two people, friendly, boring, colourful, good for studying/reading/having a rest

Talk about the things in the room:

a bed, books, posters and pictures, pillows
The room is good for

because

there are …
there aren’t any …
it is …
The room is not very good for … it isn’t …
it has got …
it hasn’t got …

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  1. Describe the room.

  2. Say what things there are in the room.

  3. Say who of the children the room is good for/not very good for.

  4. Explain why you think so.


Describe:

cozy, bright, dark, small, for one person / two people, friendly, boring, colourful, good for studying/reading/having a rest

Talk about the things in the room:

toys, books, shelves, dolls, a window
The room is good for

because

there are …
there aren’t any …
it is …
The room is not very good for … it isn’t …
it has got …
it hasn’t got …

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  1. Describe the room.

  2. Say what things there are in the room.

  3. Say who of the children the room is good for/not very good for.

  4. Explain why you think so.


Describe:

cozy, bright, dark, small, for one person / two people, friendly, boring, colourful, good for studying/reading/having a rest

Talk about the things in the room:

a bed, books, maps, a computer, a globe
The room is good for

because

there are …
there aren’t any …
it is …
The room is not very good for … it isn’t …
it has got …
it hasn’t got …

Sophie’s new room


Watch the video and answer the questions


Anna: Sophie, you ready? One … Two … Three! Take a look! Take a look!
Nina: Look around, take it all in!
Sophie: I love it!
Nina: Do you?
Mum: I’m so happy! …
Sophie: Yeah …
Anna: Look at your bedding. What do you think?
Sophie: I love it!
Nina: Do you, really?
Anna: Cool, right? And this is pretty neat, too. This is totally reversible, so you’ll never get bored with it. OK, look that way. What does that say?
Sophie: Sophie.
Nina: Cool, huh?
Mum: Check out the cool poles.
Nina: Isn’t that nice?
Sophie: Yeah!
Anna: And then check out those lights on your wall, they’re flower lighting turn on and off …

  1. What differences are there in Sophie’s room?
  2. What colours are there in the room now?
  3. What things are there in the room?
  4. Is the room better than before? Why?
  5. What does Sophie think of her new room?

Write to a designer


Read the task and write your letter to a designer



You have an opportunity to win a room makeover!
Write to a designer about yourself and your dream room, and send your letter to us:

  • tell us about yourself;

  • describe the room that you live in now;

  • say why you want to change your room;

  • describe your dream room.


Useful language

  • My room is/isn’t …
  • There is/are …
  • There isn’t/aren’t …
  • I’ve got …
  • I’m crazy about …
  • I play …
  • In my free time, I like …
  • I want to have … in my dream room.
  • I need … for my studies/games/hobby.

Read the task

Make a short video presentation of your room:

  1. prepare the description of your room;
  2. prepare the description of your dream room;
  3. ask your parent or friend to film you making a presentation in your room;
  4. send your video to your teacher.

What I can do


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The things you have learnt today


  1. use the construction there is/there are while speaking about rooms;
  2. describe different rooms and the people who live there;
  3. write about my dream room.

1. bunk bed
2. pillow
3. wardrobe
4. carpet
5. map
6. globe
7. drawer
8. shelf
9. furniture

1. colourful
2. bright
3. dull
4. boring
5. cozy
6. friendly
7. funny
8. boring
9. dark

1. mess
2. be crazy about
3. invite
4. trumpet
5. have a rest
6. study
7. scientist

Useful language

  • a room makeover

Homework | Домашнее задание


Complete the sentences with the words from the box | Составь предложения со словами из вложения



Look at the picture and choose the correct option | Посмотри на изображение и выбери правильный вариант


Read the task. Prepare and record your 1-minute speech | Прочитай задание. Подготовь и запиши свою 1-минутную речь

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Task

  1. Choose a person you want to speak about:
    1. your best friend;
    2. your family member.
  2. Prepare your description of the person’s room.
  3. In your description, say:
    1. who is the person;
    2. what hobbies he/she has;
    3. what things there are in the room;
    4. what the walls and the furniture are;
    5. what unusual things there are in the room.

Задание

1. Выбери человека, о котором ты хочешь рассказать:

А. твой лучший друг;

В. член твоей семьи.

2. Подготовь свое описание комнаты человека.

3. В своем описании, расскажи:

А. кто этот человек;

В. какое у него/неё хобби;

С. какие предметы находятся в комнате;

D. какие там стены и мебель;

Е. какие необычные предметы находятся в комнате.


Allow your browser the access to the microphone, press the button «Record» and record the speech you have prepared | Разреши своему браузеру получить доступ к микрофону, нажми на кнопку «Запись» и запиши речь, которую ты подготовил(-а)

Урок Homework Курс
  • Sophie’s room
  • Things in the room
  • The children
  • Children’s room
  • Puzzle
  • Ask about their room
  • The best room for…
  • Sophie’s new room
  • Write to a designer
  • What I can do
  • Homework 1
  • Homework 2