Presentation on theme: "Family and Family Relationship. Have you got a brother? Brothers/sisters Play with each other (don’t ) get on well Argue with each other Have arguments."— Presentation transcript:
Have you got a brother? Brothers/sisters Play with each other (don’t ) get on well Argue with each other Have arguments and fights Only alone Have my own room Always alone Do everything myself Can’t talk to anybody when I have got problems
Choose the right word (elder, younger, the eldest, the youngest): My name is Kate. I am … in the family. Ann is …than I, but she is … than Dasha My sister Dasha is …in our family. We love our mother and spend together our summer holidays. Ann Dasha Kate
Make up similar dialogue about your family: Is your family large? Yes, our family is a large one. There are 5 of us. I have got a mother, a father, and two brothers. Are your brothers younger than you? No, they are both older. I’m the youngest child in the family. And everybody has a pet I believe? Oh, yes!
Guess the riddles: It is your parents’ child. It is neither your brother nor your sister. Who is it? Two people are walking along the street. One says, “This is my father’s house. But I am not his son. Who speaks?
Guess the riddle: Once upon a time there sat two Indians, a little Indian and a big Indian. The little Indian was the son of the big Indian, but the big Indian wasn’t his father. Explain it.
Who are they? A son of one’s brother or sister A daughter of one’s brother or sister Children born at the same time by the same mother A son’s wife A daughter’s husband Parents of one’s mother (grandparents, twins, sister-in-law, nephew niece, brother-in-law)
Look at the words. Note those of them which have pairs. aunt boy daughter father child cousin girlfriend grandfather friend girl husband man niece parent grandmother nephew mother son wife woman sister uncle boyfriend brother
Listen to children’s opinion about their parents’ responsibilities: Parents must give their children more love. Parents must talk to their children more often. Parents must try to understand their children. Parents must give their children more freedom. Parents must help their children with problems they have at school.
Does the boy help his relatives? I Help… I like to help my Mother, To clean the room with Father, To sweep the floor with Brother. It’s not much work but rather. To iron helps me Sister. I train with Aunt tongue-twister. It’s very hard to be polite And always say Grandma good night. To walk with dogs Black, Brown, White, To play with cats a day not night – All doing that I get great pleasure, But there’s no time to have some leisure.
Do you help your mother? To wash dishes, to cook To do the ironing to tidy up the room To clean the house to sweep the floor To do the washing to go shopping
Do you spend your free time together with your family?
Family rules We should help each other; We should support each other; We shouldn’t quarrel; We should help our mother about the house; We should be polite; We should do any work thoroughly ( home task, work about the house, etc.).
Finish the sentence: In a friendly family members In a hospitable family members In an ideal family members In a conservative family members
A Сoat of Arms We have many roots in Russia, that’s why I choose three colours: white, red and blue. We like flower. So, tulip is on the Coat of the Arms. All members of our family like to go in for sport. Then, a tennis rocket is here. A birch tree is the symbol of Russia. We planted it in our yard. Look, here it is.