XI Tydzień 25-05 do 29-05
T: Review-unit 7.
- Podręcznik, str. 118:
– ćwicz. A, B, C, D.
– ćwicz. E, F- dla chętnych.
- Zeszyt ćwiczeń, str. 84:
– ćwicz. B, C.
- Zeszyt ćwiczeń, str. 86:
– ćwicz. A, B, C.
- Zeszyt ćwiczeń, str. 87:
– ćwicz. A.
– ćwicz. B, C, D- dla chętnych.
T: Personal best- reading.
- Przepisać słówka do unitu 8- podręcznik, str. 142.
- Podręcznik, str. 120:
– ćwicz. A, B, D.
- Podręcznik, str. 121:
– ćwicz. E, F, H.
- Zeszyt ćwiczeń, str. 88:
– ćwicz. B, C.
Nagrania do ćwiczeń z podręcznika przesyłam w załączniku.
- Przetłumaczyć tekst o Dniu Matki – osoby chętne, myślące o dobrych ocenach:
In Poland, Mother’s Day is celebrated on the 26th of May. Despite some myths, this celebration wasn’t started by communist. In fact, it had begun in 1923 in Kraków.
Often children bring their mothers flowers and special handmade cards, called “laurki”(singuar: laurka). They are decorated with drawings and pictures. Children look for the best wishes for their mother or improvise their own. It is a beautiful tradition.
Mother’s Day isn’t a national public holiday, but children honor their mothers on this day countrywide. In schools and kindergarten children prepare plays and events for their mothers. There are often songs with titles like “Dziękuję Ci Mamo” (Thank you Mother), full of gratitude and love. Adult children living in another part of country often try to visit their home and mothers on this day, sometimes taking a day off for it.
In Great Britain Mothering Sunday, sometimes known as Mother’s Day, is held on the fourth Sunday of Lent. It is exactly three weeks before Easter Sunday and usually falls in the second half of March or early April.
What Do People Do?
Mother’s Day, or Mothering Sunday, is now a day to honor mothers and other mother figures, such as grandmothers, stepmothers and mothers-in-law. Many people make a special effort to visit their mother. They take cards and gifts to her and may treat her to brunch, lunch or high tea in a cafe, restaurant or hotel. People who cannot visit their mother usually send gifts or cards to her.
An important part of Mothering Sunday is giving cards and gifts. Common Mother’s Day gifts are cakes, flowers, chocolates, jewellery, and luxurious clothing.
Specially decorated Mother’s Day cakes are available in many stores. In the days and weeks before Mothering Sunday, many schools, Sunday schools and children’s organizations help their pupils to prepare a handmade card or gift for their mother.
Mothering Sunday is not a bank holiday in the United Kingdom. Public transport services run to their usual Sunday timetables. Cafes, restaurants and hotels may be fully booked a long time ahead, as many people treat their mother to a special meal on Mothering Sunday.
History of Mothering Sunday
Like many traditions and festivities, Mothering Sunday began with a religious purpose. Held on the fourth Sunday in Lent, exactly three weeks before Easter Sunday, it was a originally a day to honour and give thanks to the Virgin Mary, also known as Mother Mary. Such celebrations required people to visit their ‚mother’ church – the main church or cathedral in a family’s area. The spread of Christianity throughout Europe in the 16th century increased the celebrations and firmly put Mothering Sunday on the calendar. It was believed to be essential for people to return to their home ‚mother’ church to make it a true family honoured occasion. The gatherings reunited families and gave children who worked as domestic servants, or as apprentices away from home (from as early as ten years old), the opportunity to have the day off to join their family and see their mother.