Materiały przygotowawcze

SP. _Kl. IV

 

 

MATERIAŁY PRZYGOTOWAWCZE DLA KL. IV

Edycja jesienna 2020

Snow White, Dwarfs and … English

A modern version of the popular fairy tale

 

It is  winter. A beautiful queen sits at the window in her palace and listens  to her favourite  English records.  She likes learning English very much so she spends a lot of time improving her English. The snowflakes are falling from the sky and the queen thinks :

‘I want to have a child as white as snow.’

Soon she has a little daughter, who is as white as snow, so they call her Snow  White.

Years and seasons pass.  Spring, summer, autumn, winter

 

A few years later the queen dies and her husband marries another woman who is beautiful but very cruel. She is Snow White’s stepmother.

 The stepmother is very bad at English but she wants to be the best in the world.

The stepmother has a magic mirror.          

Stepmother:   ‘Mirror, mirror on the wall

                       Whose English is the best of all?’

Mirror: ‘Yours, my queen, is the best of all’ 

              and adds : ‘…in the castle, of course.’

Months and years pass.  January, February, March, April  …..

 

Snow White plays in the castle and sings in the big garden. ……., May, June, July, August  …

She also learns English . …. September, October, November,  December….

Snow White grows up and when she is 16 years old she likes English very much. She reads English books and listens to English songs.

But her stepmother still asks the magic mirror.

Stepmother: ‘Mirror, mirror on the wall

                    Whose English is the best of all?’

Mirror: ‘Yours, my queen, is quite good’

The mirror laughs and adds: ‘but Snow White is better than you.’

Stepmother: ‘Oh, no! She is better than me! I must do something!’

She calls Snow White.

Stepmother: ‘Come here my little girl. You are not so bad at English. Sit down and teach me.’                  

Snow White: ‘With pleasure. So let’s start. What’s this?’ She points to the dictionary.

Stepmother: ‘A bok*.’

Snow White: ‘No, it’s a BOOK. But what kind of book is it?’

Stepmother: ‘I don’t know.’

Snow White: ‘A dictionary. Repeat, please.’

Stepmother: ‘Dikshary*’

Snow White:  ‘Dictionary”

Stepmother: ‘Dishnery*’

Snow White: ‘No, d i c t i o n a r y’

Stepmother: ‘Dish… Oh, no, you can’t teach! Go away! Leave the castle and don’t come back!  Never.  Can you hear  me? Never.’

Snow White is very sad. She leaves the castle. She walks through the big forest.

 

Hours pass ….. one o’clock, two o’clock, three o’clock ……, eight o’clock.

Snow White walks and walks. Suddenly she sees a little cottage.

Snow White: ‘What a nice little cottage! Who can live here?’

She knocks on the door.

Echo: ‘There is nobody here, nobody  here.’

Snow White comes in. She looks at little tables, little chairs and little plates. She is very tired and goes to bed.

In the evening seven small people come back to their cottage. They are nice dwarfs. They see the girl.

Dwarfs: ‘Shh… shh… she is sleeping. What a lovely girl’

Snow White wakes up.

Snow White: ‘Oh, I’m sorry…’

Dwarf 1: ‘Who are you, my dear?’

Dwarf 2: ‘Why are you here?’

And Snow White tells them her story.

Dwarf 3: ‘So you can stay with us…’

Dwarf 4: ‘… and clean our house…’

Dwarf 5: ‘… and cook’

Dwarf 6: ‘We come back home in the evening’

Dwarf 7: ‘In the day we are looking for a job’

Dwarf 1: ‘We haven’t got a job …..’

Dwarf 2: ‘.… because we can’t speak English very well. Boohoo ho …’

Snow White: ‘Please, stop crying. I can help you, I can teach you English.’

The dwarfs are very happy now.

Dwarfs: ‘Hooray, hooray, she can teach us English.’

Snow White lives with the dwarfs in the cottage. She is very happy too.

Days and weeks pass. Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday…..

Snow White  cleans the cottage and cooks  …Thursday, Friday…..

In the evenings she teaches the dwarfs English.  …. Saturday, Sunday

 

Now the dwarfs know English. Every day they leave the cottage and look for a job.

They walk through the forest and sing: ‘We are looking for a job. We are looking for a job.’

They meet a prince on a horse.

Prince: ‘Are you looking for a job? You can work for me. I need  some people … ups, or dwarfs who know English to translate my poems. Do you know English?’

Dwarfs: ‘ Yes, yes. Snow White teaches us English’

Prince: ‘Who is Snow White?’

Dwarf 3: ‘ She is a lovely girl….’

Dwarf 4: ‘… who lives in our cottage…’

Dwarf 5: ‘… and cleans our house and cooks…’

Dwarf 6: ‘… when we leave our cottage and look for a job …’

Dwarf 7: ‘… and teaches us English every day.’

Prince: ‘Oo?  Can I meet her?’

Dwarfs: ‘Yes, yes! Come with us.’     

There is a long way to go.   

 

At the same time, in the castle the stepmother asks her magic mirror.

Stepmother: ‘Mirror, mirror on the wall

                      Whose English is the best of all?’

Mirror: ‘Yours, my queen, is quite good’

The mirror laughs and adds: ‘but Snow White who lives with dwarfs is better than you.’                  

Stepmother: ‘Whaat?! I must do something.’

Stepmother dresses up as an old woman and takes a poisoned apple. She walks and walks through the big forest.

Then, she knocks on the door of the cottage.

Snow White: Come in. Good morning.’

Stepmother: ‘Good morning my dear child. I have a nice red apple for you. Please, try it.’

Snow White: ‘No, thank you, I’m not hungry.’

Stepmother: ‘But please, try it. The apple is very good.’

Snow White: ‘Ok, I’ll try it later.’

Stepmother: ‘All right, all right. Good bye.’

And the stepmother leaves the cottage.

 

Snow White looks at the apple and sees a label on it. It is in English. She reads: poisoned.

Snow White: ‘Oh, so I won’t try the apple.’

And Snow White cleans  the cottage and cooks.

The dwarfs come back with the prince.

Dwarfs: ‘Look, look! He is a prince!’

Prince: ‘Nice to meet you.’

Snow White: ‘Nice to meet you too.’

Prince: ‘I think you are the girl of my dreams.’

 

And the moral of this story is …..

You guess the moral. 🙂   

                                     T H E    E N D

    (Materiał własny)

Objaśnienia:

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Zauważ, że często kiedy mówimy o jednej osobie np. o królowej, Śnieżce lub macosze (3 os. l .poj.), wówczas przy nazwie czynności pojawia się literka –s

np.:

listen – słuchać      she listens – ona słucha           I want – chcę     she wants – ona chce

*- słowa oznaczone gwiazdką są wymawiane błędnie przez macochę

record  – płyta

spend – spędzać

she spends a lot of time –  ona spędza dużo czasu

improve –doskonalić, ulepszać

improving her English – doskonaląc swój angielski

snowflakes – płatki śniegu

fall –spadać;   are falling – spadają

think – myśleć  

want – chcieć

as white as – tak biała jak

soon – wkrótce

call – nazwać, wołać

seasons – pory roku

pass – mijać

a few – kilka

later – później

die – umrzeć

marry – poślubić;  he marries – on poślubia

another – inna

cruel – okrutna

stepmother – macocha

the best – najlepsza

in the world – na świecie

whose – czyj

of all – ze wszystkich

laugh – śmiać się

add – dodać

of course – oczywiście

grow up – dorastać

still – nadal

ask – pytać

better than – lepsza niż

must – musieć

I must do something – muszę coś zrobić

teach  – uczyć (kogoś)

with pleasure – z przyjemnością

dictionary – słownik

kind of book – rodzaj książki

leave – opuścić

hear – słyszeć

through  the forest – przez las

suddenly – nagle

cottage – chatka

knock – pukać

there is nobody here –tu nie ma nikogo

dwarfs – krasnoludki

tells them – opowiada im

stay – zostać

clean – sprzątać

look for – szukać

job – praca

know – znać, wiedzieć

need – potrzebować

translate – tłumaczyć

poem – wiersz

There is a long way to go – (przed nimi) długa droga do przebycia

At the same time – w tym samym czasie

dress up – przebrać się

poisoned – zatrute

try – spróbować

I’ll try – spróbuję

label – etykietka, naklejka

I won’t try – nie spróbuję

the girl of my dreams – dziewczyna moich marzeń

guess – zgadnij, domyśl się

 

SENTENCJE W J. ANGIELSKIM DLA KL.IV

Reading brings us unknown friends   –   Czytanie przynosi nam  nowych (dosł. nieznanych) przyjaciół.

Honoré de Balzac 

A room without books is  like a body without soul    –    Pokój bez książek jest jak ciało bez duszy.

Marcus Tullius Cicero

Follow your heart, but take your brain with you  –  Idź za głosem serca, ale rozum zabieraj ze sobą.
Alfred Adler

The journey of a thousand miles begins with one step   –   Podróż tysiąca mil zaczyna się od jednego kroku.

Lao Tzu

Learning is a treasure that will follow its owner everywhere –  Wiedza jest skarbem, który podąża  za jego właścicielem wszędzie .
Chinese proverb (przysłowie chińskie)

Keep your eyes on the stars, and your feet on the ground   –   Trzymaj swój wzrok (utkwiony) w gwiazdach, a stopy na ziemi.

Theodore Roosevelt

There is more treasure in books than in all the pirate’s loot on Treasure Island – Jest więcej skarbów w książkach niż w łupach piratów na Wyspie Skarbów.

Walt Disney

 

 

PIOSENKI DLA KL. IV

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