Romeo and Juliet

Ուսումնական նախագիծ՝ ՝՝ Ընթերցում ենք բրիտանական կայքի հեքիաթները՝՝

  1. Կարդալ տեքստը:
  2. Դուրս գրել անծանոթ բառերը ուսումնական բլոգում:
  3. Յուրաքանչյուրով կազմել մեկ նախադասություն:
  4. Կատարել առաջադրանքները ուսումնական բլոգում:
  5. Պատմել հակիրճ բովանդակությունը:

Romeo and Juliet

Many years ago in Verona, Italy, there were two families.
‘We are the Capulets.’
‘We are the Montagues.’
These families are always fighting. The Montagues have a son, Romeo. The Capulets have a daughter, Juliet.
One night the Capulets have a party and Romeo goes. He meets Juliet and they fall in love. Juliet’s cousin, Tybalt, sees Romeo and is very angry.
‘He’s a Montague! Get him!’
‘Oh Romeo, why are you a Montague?’
Romeo and Juliet talk and decide to get married.
They know that their families will be very angry so they go to Friar Lawrence and are married in secret.
The next day, Tybalt sees Romeo. He is still angry with Romeo and wants to fight him. Romeo doesn’t want to fight but his best friend, Mercutio, does.
‘If you won’t fight him, I will!’
Mercutio fights Tybalt. Tybalt kills Mercutio! Romeo is so upset he fights Tybalt and kills him too!
The Prince of Verona is very angry and sends Romeo away. Juliet goes to Friar Lawrence for help.

‘Here is a special drink. You will sleep for two days. Your family will think you are dead but you will wake up. Then you and Romeo can be free together.’
Friar Lawrence sends Romeo a letter to tell him the plan. But Romeo doesn’t get the message. He hears that Juliet is dead!
Romeo is so upset he buys some poison and goes to see Juliet.
‘Now I will stay with you forever.’
Too late, Juliet wakes up! She sees what happened.
‘Oh no! You didn’t leave any poison for me but here is your knife.’
Romeo and Juliet are both dead. Friar Lawrence tells the Capulets and Montagues what happened. They are so sad they agree not to fight any more.

Romeo and Juliet is a story about a boy and girl. They love each other, but their families are enemies. They don’t let Romeo and Juliet together. Ands this story ends with their death.

Must. Homework

  1. A. Must I buy this book or that book?
    B. You must buy that book.
    A. Why?
    B. it’s more interesting.
  2. A. must I put on this dress or that dress?
    B. you must buy this dress.
    A. Why?
    B. it’s more beautiful.
  3. A. Must I buy the red or the green coat?
    B. You must buy the red coat.
    A. Why?
    B. It’s prettier.
  4. A. Must I buy these gloves or those gloves?
    B. You must buy those gloves.
    A. Why?
    B. They are warmer.

London

  1. Կարդալ տեքստը:
  2. Դուրս գրել անծանոթ բառերը ուսումնական բլոգում:
  3. Քննարկել դասարանում դասավանդողի հետ:’
  4. Պատմել համառոտ բովանդակությունը:
  5. Ներկայացրեք ձեր երազանքների երկիրը, պատմեք ինչու եք ուզում այցելել այն:

London

London is a famous and historic city. It is the capital of England in the United Kingdom. The city is quite popular for international tourism because London is home to one of the oldest-standing monarchies in the western hemisphere. Rita and Joanne recently traveled to London. They were very excited for their trip because this was their first journey overseas from the United States.

Among the popular sights that Rita and Joanne visited are Big Ben, Buckingham Palace, and the London Eye. Big Ben is one of London’s most famous monuments. It is a large clock tower located at the northern end of Westminster Palace. The clock tower is 96 meters tall. Unfortunately, Rita and Joanne were only able to view the tower from the outside. The women learned that the tower’s interior is undergoing renovations until 2021.

Fortunately, the London Eye, the city’s famous Ferris wheel, was open to the public. The London Eye is situated along the southern shores of the Thames River. This attraction stands 135 meters high. It is one of London’s most well-known spots for gaining aerial views of the city. Each capsule of the Ferris wheel can hold up to 25 passengers. When their capsule stopped at the top of the Ferris wheel, the women took spectacular panoramic photographs of the beautiful cityscape below.

The last place that Rita and Joanne visited was Buckingham Palace, the home of the Queen of England. The women were impressed by the palace’s incredible architecture and historical value. Both Rita and Joanne enjoyed watching the Queen’s guards outside the palace. These guards wore red tunic uniforms, shiny black boots, and bearskin hats. Despite the women’s attempts to catch the attention of the guards, the guards are specifically trained to avoid distractions. Because of this, the guards ignored the women completely.

Joanne and Rita had an amazing time visiting the city of London, and they are inspired to seek more international travel destinations in the future.

famous – Հայտնի

monarchy – թագավորություն

hemisphere – կիսագունդ

palace – պալատ

sight – տեսարան

along – երկայնքով

shore – ափ

impressed – տպավորված

incredible – անհավատալի

value – առժեք

distraction – շեղում

inspired – ոգեշնչված

destination – ուղություն

The brother Axe(Կացին ախպերը) by Hovhannes Tumanian

(Simplified version for 3rd, 4th, 5th graders )

ONCE A MAN went to a place(վայր) to find some work. He came to a village(գյուղ) where he saw (տեսավ)people breaking up wood(փայտ)with their hands.

“Brothers,” he said, “why do it with your hands? Don’t you have an axe(կացին)?”

‘‘What’s an axe?” asked the villagers(գյուղացիներ).

The man took his axe from his belt(գոտի), cut the wood. Seeing this, the villagers ran through the village calling:

“Hey, everybody! Come and see what Brother Axe has done!”

The villagers gathered(հավաքվեցին) about the owner of the axe, asked him, gave him valuable gifts(արժեքավոր նվերներ) to take the axe from him.

The first day the king took the axe. As he wanted to cut with an axe, it fell on his foot and cut it. He started to cry with pain.

“Come here, everybody! Brother Axe has bitten(կծել) my foot.”

The villagers began to beat(ծեծել) the axe. Then they began to put it in the fire. The flames(բոցերը) rose high. When the fire had died down(հանգչել), they saw that the axe had turned red.

“Oh!” they cried, “Brother Axe is angry(բարկացել է). Look how red he has turned! What shall we do?

They finally decided(որոշեցին) to throw the axe into prison(բերդ). So they threw it into king’s barn(ամբար). The barn was full of hay(խոտ). As soon as the red-hot axe touched the hay a great fire started.

Terrified(Վախեցած), the villagers ran after its owner, they said, “Come, please, and bring Brother Axe to his senses(Կացին ախպորը խելքի բեր)!”

The clever monkey

Once upon a time, there was a clever monkey. He lived on a
beautiful island, in an apple tree. One day, a crocodile swam
to the island. ‘I’m hungry,’ he said.
So the monkey threw a red apple to the crocodile. The
crocodile munched and munched. The next day, the
crocodile came back. ‘Please, may I have two apples?’ he asked. He ate one and gave
one to his wife.
The crocodile went to see the monkey every day, to listen to his tales and eat his
apples. He wanted to be clever, just like the monkey. The crocodile’s wife had an idea.
‘Why don’t you eat his heart? Then you’ll be clever, just like him!’
The next day, he said to the monkey, ‘Come to my house! We’ll have lunch together, to
thank you for the apples.’
But when he arrived, the crocodile snapped and said, ‘Monkey! I want to eat your heart,
so I can be as clever as you!’
The clever monkey thought quickly and said, ‘But… I haven’t got my heart here. It’s on
the island, in the apple tree.’
They all went back to the island. ‘Wait here, and I will get my heart,’ said the monkey.
The monkey quickly climbed the tree and sat at the top. ‘Oh, Crocodile. You are
greedy. Of course you can’t have my heart. And now, you can’t have my apples!’ And
the clever monkey laughed and laughed!

Jingle bells

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Jingle bell, jingle bell, jingle bell rock
Jingle bells swing and jingle bells ring
Snowin’ and blowin’ up bushels of fun
Now the jingle hop has begunJingle bell, jingle bell, jingle bell rock
Jingle bells chime in jingle bell time
Dancin’ and prancin’ in Jingle Bell Square
In the frosty airWhat a bright time, it’s the right time
To rock the night away
Jingle bell time is a swell time
To go glidin’ in a one-horse sleighGiddy-up jingle horse, pick up your feet
Jingle around the clock
Mix and a-mingle in the jinglin’ feet
That’s the jingle bell rockJingle bell, jingle bell, jingle bell rock
Jingle bells chime in jingle bell time
Dancin’ and prancin’ in Jingle Bell Square
In the frosty airWhat a bright time, it’s the right time
To rock the night away
Jingle bell time is a swell time
To go glidin’ in a one-horse sleighGiddy-up jingle horse, pick up your feet
Jingle around the clock
Mix and a-mingle in the jinglin’ feet
That’s the jingle bell
That’s the jingle bell
That’s the jingle bell

How different countries celebrate New Year

In South Africa they do fireworks and parties. Also, in Cape Town (the country’s second-largest city), people hold a special carnival. Groups sing and dance while wearing brightly coloured clothes and face paint. And different neighbourhoods in the city have their own unique clothes and colours.

In Denmark seeing a pile of broken dishes isn’t something to worry about. It’s usually left by a friend or family member and is actually a sign of good luck. People keep their broken dishes throughout the year for this special occasion.

3. The popular tradition in Portugal involves eating 12 grapes (one for each month) as the clock strikes midnight on New Year’s Eve. But you have to try to finish them all before the final stroke rings out.

In Japan New Year celebration a three-day festival. It’s full of fun games, mountains of food and family visits. And one special New Year tradition is to place a decoration called kadomatsu outside your home. A kadomatsu is made of pine branches, bamboo, and plum twigs. It symbolizes good luck and is believed to help welcome good spirits into your home.

In Greece, January 1 is also the Festival of Saint Basil. Saint Basil was a man who lived long ago, but many people still follow his teachings. So lots of Greek people have extra-special traditions on this day. One of them is to make a cake called St. Basil’s Cake. A gold or silver coin is put in the cakre. Whoever gets the slice of cake with the coin can expect to have a year full of good luck.

Degree of Comparison

Give degrees of com­par­i­son of the fol­low­ing adjectives:
Small – smaller – smallest; young – younger – youngest; thin – thinner – thinnest; tall – taller – tallest; fine – finer – finest; straight – straighter – straightest; few – fewer – fewest; easy – easier – easiest; busy – busier – busiest; thick – thicker – thickest; dirty – dirtier – dirtiest; good – better – best; much – more – most; new – newer – newest;  bad – worse -worst; lit­tle – less – least; many – more – most; mod­ern – more modern – most modern; rea­son­able – more reasonable – most reasonable; dear – dear­er – dearest; good- better – best; important – more important – most impor­tant; high – higher – highest; cheap – cheaper – cheap­est; light – lighter – lightest; more polite.

Answer the questions:

Which is longer: an hour or a minute? An hour is longer than minute.

Which is high­er: a moun­tain or a hill? A mountain is higher than a hill.

Which is big­ger: a ship or a car? A ship is bigger than a car.
Which is longer: a sea or a river? A river is longer than a sea.

Which is more dif­fi­cult: to go on foot or to go by train? To go on foot is more difficult than to go by train.

Open the brackets:

Feb­ru­ary is colder than January.

John Anders is older than me.

Lake Baikal is deeper than this lake.

Peter is taller than Mike.

Our flat is more com­fort­able than yours.

Info of my planet

Tardigrades or water bears or moss piglets are eight-legged micro animals. They were first described  in 18th century and were called “little water bears” or Tardigrada – “slow steppers”.

They have been found everywhere in Earth’s biosphere, on mountains, in the deep sea, volcanoes, tropical forests and the Antarctic.

Tardigrades can survive extreme conditions: high and low temperatures,  high and low pressures, air deprivation, radiation, dehydration, and starvation that can kill most other known forms of life. Tardigrades have survived exposure to outer space with high radiation and without air.

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