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  • 1. Chapters 4-5Across the RiverTom, Joe, and Huck went to the river. There was a smallboat there. The boys went across the river in the smallboat. They said, “This is a good place because we can playall day. There’s no school here.”They played and then went to sleep.In the morning, the boys were happy again. They said,“Let’s stay here for a long time.”In the afternoon, they played near the river again.Suddenly, there was a noise from a big boat on the river.The boys stopped playing and watched the boat.“Listen,” Tom said. “The men on the boat are talkingabout us.”The boys listened quietly. A man said, “The boys are inthe river. They’re dead.”Tom said, “Those men are looking for us in the river.We’re here, but they don’t know that.”That night, the boys were sad. Huck and Joe went tosleep, but Tom didn’t sleep. He went home in the smallboat. He quietly went in his bedroom window. Then hewent under his bed and stayed there.Aunt Polly and her friends came into his room. AuntPolly said to her friends, “Tom was a good boy, and I
  • 2. loved him. Now he’s dead, and I’m very sad.”Tom wanted to say, “I’m not dead.” But he stayed quiet.Aunt Polly went to sleep. Tom went out the windowvery quietly and went back across the river.In the morning, Joe and Huck said, “We’re not happyhere now. We want to go home.”Tom said, “Let’s go home on Sunday. We can go tochurch. People are going to be very surprised!”Sunday morning, many children were at church. Theytalked about the three boys. They were sad because theirfriends were dead. Becky was sad, too.Suddenly, the three boys walked into the church. Peoplewere very surprised, but they were very happy, tooChapter 5At SchoolMonday morning, Tom went to school. The childrenwanted to hear about his adventure, and Tom liked10 talking about it. Becky wanted to talk to Tom, but hedidn’t look at her.Then Tom talked to Amy. Becky watched him and shewas angry. She said to her friends, “I’m going to have anadventure day. You can come on my adventure.” But shedidn’t ask Tom.Later in the morning, Tom talked to Amy again. Beckytalked to her friend Alfred and looked at a picture-bookwith him. Tom watched them and he was angry withBecky.In the afternoon, Tom waited for Becky at the schoolfence. He said, “I’m sorry.”But Becky didn’t listen to him. She walked into theschool room. The teacher’s new book was on his table.This book wasn’t for children, but Becky wanted to lookat it. She opened the book quietly and looked at thepictures.
  • 3. Suddenly, Tom came into the room. Becky wassurprised. She closed the book quickly, and it tore. Beckywas angry with Tom and quickly went out of the room.Then the children and the teacher came into the roomand went to their places. The teacher looked at his book.“Who did this? Who tore my book?” he asked angrily.The room was very quiet. The teacher started to askevery child, “Did you do this?”They answered, “No, I didn’t.”Then he looked at Becky “Becky, did you do this?”Tom wanted to help her. Suddenly he said, “I did it. Itore your book.”“Tom Sawyer, you’re a very bad boy. Stay here afterschool!” the teacher said angrily.At five o’clock Tom started to walk home. Becky waitedfor him at the school fence. “You’re a very good friend,”she said.Tom smiled at her and they walked home.
  • 4. From: Roldan RuedaAnswer the questions.Chapter 4a How didTom, Joe and Huck crosstheriver?……………………………………………….b Was theteacher’s book forchildren?……………………………………………….c Why was theteacher angry?……………………………………………….Finish the words with e or a.Example: b_c_us_ – b ec a usea t_ach_r g n_wb m_dicin_ h n_v_rc adv_ntur_ i m_ _td f_nc _ j j _unte _nsw_r k k fri_ndf sl_ _p l l _lw_ys
  • 5. Yeliani palomaresChapter 5True or falseTue or false1.Mary gave a tom a cat for studying so well …..2.Sid had already finished his studying, but Tom was slow….3.When they were ready, the three children went to Sunday party…4.Tom just got one yellow ticket…..5.Those tickets were given for learning the Bible verses….6. While the teacher was talking, three gentlemen and a man enteredthe church…7. Some boys suffered more deeply, because they had bought to Tom his bibles….
  • 6. From: yenniferospinaPhonemesChapter 4Found the phonemes correct, and put in the brackets.| tɒm | dʒ_ʊ | əndˈhəkˈwent tə_əˈrɪvə | ðəwəzəsm__l |bə__tðeə | ðəˈbɔɪzˈwent əˈkr__s ðəˈrɪvərɪnðəsm__l |bəʊt | ˈðeɪˈsed | ðɪsɪzəɡʊdˈpleɪsbɪˈkɒzwikənpl__ɪ |ɔːldeɪ | ðeəznəʊskuːlhɪə |ˈðeɪpleɪdəndðenˈwent təsl_p |ɪnðəˈmɔːnɪŋ | ðəˈbɔ__z wəˈh__piəˈɡen |f ʊv æðiːə ɒɪeɔː
  • 7. From: yeliani palomaresPhonemesChapter 4Choose the correct phonetic transcriptionA.| ðiːzˈtɪkətswərˈɡɪvn̩fərˈlɝːnɪŋðəˈbaɪbl̩ˈvɝːsəz | əˈbluː<tick> |ˈet wəzˈɡɪvn̩fərˈtuːˈvɝːsəz | əˈred ˈtɪkətwəzˈiːkwəltəˈten ˈbluːˈtɪkəts | eɪ |ˈjeloʊˈtɪkətwəzˈiːkwəltəˈten ˈred ˈtɪkəts | əndfərˈten ˈjeloʊˈtɪkəts |fərˈlɝːnɪŋˈtuːˈθaʊzn̩dˈvɝːsəz | ðəˈsʌndeɪˈskuːlˈtiːtʃərˈɡeɪvði: |B. | ðizˈtɪketswərˈɡɪvn̩fərˈlɝːnɪŋðəˈbaɪbl̩ˈvɝːsəz | əˈbluː<tick> |ˈet wəzˈɡɪvn̩fərˈtuːˈvɝːsəs | əˈred ˈtɪkətwəzˈiːkwəltəˈten ˈbluːˈtɪkəts | eɪ |ˈjeloʊˈtɪkətwəzˈiːkwəltəˈten ˈred ˈtɪkəts | əndfərˈten ˈjeloʊˈtɪkəts |fərˈlɝːnɪŋˈtuːˈθaʊzn̩dˈvesəz | ðəˈsʌndeɪˈskuːlˈtiːtʃərˈɡeɪvði: |C.| ðiːzˈtɪkətswərˈɡɪvn̩fərˈlɝːnɪŋðəˈbaɪbl̩ˈvɝːsəz | əˈbluː<tick> |ˈet wəzˈɡɪven̩fərˈtuːˈvɝːsəz | əˈred ˈtɪkətwəzˈiːkwəltəˈt ə n ˈbluːˈtɪkəts | eɪ|ˈjeloʊˈtɪkətwəzˈiːkwəltəˈten ˈred ˈtɪkəts | əndfərˈten ˈjeloʊˈtɪkəts |fərˈlɝːnɪˈtuːˈθaʊzn̩dˈvɝːsəz | ðəˈsʌndeɪˈskuːlˈtiːtʃərˈɡeɪvði: |
  • 8. ListeningChapter 4http://americanenglish.state.gov/files/ae/resource_files/tom-sawyer-chapter-4_0.mp3 Listen and complete:THE SUN ROSE UPON A QUIET WORLD AND LOOKED WARMLY DOWN UPONthe _________village. The family_______ the day by praying together.Then Tom did his Sunday studying. He was _____to learn somewords ______the Bible. Sid had already ______his studying, but Tomwas slow. His mind was ______with other things.Tom was learning five_______. Some verses are long and some areshort. Tom had ______five short verses. Aunt Polly’s_________, Mary,helped him, ____after a time, he _______say the verses without looking at the book.
  • 9. ListeningChapter 5http://americanenglish.state.gov/files/ae/resource_files/tom-sawyer-chapter-5_0.mp3 Listen and complete:THE BELL OF THE SMALL CHURCH BEGAN TO RING. THE PEOPLE BEGANto _______to hear Mr. Sprague speak to them. Mr. Sprague _______to themin_______every Sunday, and prayed with them.The Sunday-school children now sat with their fathers and mothers,who would try to keep ______quiet. Aunt Polly came, and Tom and Sidand Mary sat with her. Tom was placed as far as possible from the openwindow and the interesting summer ______outside.Other people came in and went to their seats. There were the oldand poor. There ______the___________. There were the pretty girls inbright summer clothes, and the young men, with their eyes followingthe girls. There was Mrs. Douglas, _______husband died. She was richand good-hearted, and she _______in the big house on Cardiff Hill. TherewasMufferson, the “Good Boy” of the village. He came to church withhis mother. All the other _______talked of his goodness. All the other boys did not like him.
  • 10. YenniferospinaChapter 5True or falseTue or false1.Mary gave a tom a cat for studying so well ….. false2.Sid had already finished his studying, but Tom was slow…. True3.When they were ready, the three children went to Sunday party… false4.Tom just got one yellow ticket….. false5.Those tickets were given for learning the Bible verses…. True6. While the teacher was talking, three gentlemen and a man enteredthe church… false7. Some boys suffered more deeply, because they had bought to Tom his bibles…. FalseSOLUTION
  • 11. Roldan RuedaChapter 5True or falseTue or false1.Mary gave a tom a cat for studying so well ….. (false)2.Sid had already finished his studying, but Tom was slow…. (True)3.When they were ready, the three children went to Sunday party… (false)4.Tom just got one yellow ticket…..( false)5.Those tickets were given for learning the Bible verses…. (True )6. While the teacher was talking, three gentlemen and a man enteredthe church… (false)7. Some boys suffered more deeply, because they had bought to Tom his bibles…. (false)
  • 12. From: yeliani palomaresAnswer the questions.Chapter 4a How did Tom, Joe and Huck cross theriver?……………………………………………….b Was the teacher’s book for children?……………………………………………….c Why was the teacher angry?……………………………………………….R/a. There was a small boat there. The boys went across the river in the small boat.b. The teacher’s new book was on his table. This book wasn’t for children, but Beckywanted to look at it.c. the teacher was angry because the children took a book from the table
  • 13. Finish the words with e or a.Example: b_c_us_ – b ec a usea t_ach_r g n_wb m_dicin_ h n_v_rc adv_ntur_ i m_ _td f_nc _ j _unte _nsw_r k fri_ndf sl_ _p l _lw_ysa. teacherb. medicinec. adventured. fencee. answerf. sleepg. nowh. neveri. meetj. auntk. friendl. always
  • 14. From: yenniferospinaAnswer the questions.Chapter 4a How did Tom, Joe and Huck cross theriver?……………………………………………….b Was the teacher’s book for children?……………………………………………….c Why was the teacher angry?……………………………………………….R/a. There was a small boat there. The boys went across the river in the small boat.b. The teacher’s new book was on his table. This book wasn’t for children, but Becky wantedto look at it.c. the teacher was angry because the children took a book from the table
  • 15. Finish the words with e or a.Example: b_c_us_ – b ec a usea t_ach_r g n_wb m_dicin_ h n_v_rc adv_ntur_ i m_ _td f_nc _ j _unte _nsw_r k fri_ndf sl_ _p l _lw_ysd. teachere. medicinef. adventureg. fenceh. answeri. sleepj. nowk. neverl. meetm. auntn. friendo. always
  • 16. From: yeliani palomaresPhonemesChapter 4Found the phonemes correct, and put in the brackets.| tɒm | dʒ_ʊ | əndˈhəkˈwent tə_əˈrɪvə | ðəwəzəsm__l |bə__tðeə | ðəˈbɔɪzˈwent əˈkr__s ðəˈrɪvərɪnðəsm__l |bəʊt | ˈðeɪˈsed | ðɪsɪzəɡʊdˈpleɪsbɪˈkɒzwikənpl__ɪ |ɔːldeɪ | ðeəznəʊskuːlhɪə |ˈðeɪpleɪdəndðenˈwent təsl_p |ɪnðəˈmɔːnɪŋ | ðəˈbɔ__z wəˈh__piəˈɡen |f ʊv æðiːə ɒɪeɔː
  • 17. Solution| tɒm | dʒəʊ | əndˈhəkˈwent təðəˈrɪvə | ðəwəzəsmɔːl |bəʊtðeə | ðəˈbɔɪzˈwent əˈkrɒsðəˈrɪvərɪnðəsmɔːl |bəʊt | ˈðeɪˈsed | ðɪsɪzəɡʊdˈpleɪsbɪˈkɒzwikənpleɪ |ɔːldeɪ | ðeəznəʊskuːlhɪə |ˈðeɪpleɪdəndðenˈwent təsliːp |ɪnðəˈmɔːnɪŋ | ðəˈbɔɪzwəˈhæpiəˈɡen|
  • 18. From: Roldan RuedaPhonemesChapter 4Found the phonemes correct, and put in the brackets.| tɒm | dʒ_ʊ | əndˈhəkˈwent tə_əˈrɪvə | ðəwəzəsm__l |bə__tðeə | ðəˈbɔɪzˈwent əˈkr__s ðəˈrɪvərɪnðəsm__l |bəʊt | ˈðeɪˈsed | ðɪsɪzəɡʊdˈpleɪsbɪˈkɒzwikənpl__ɪ |ɔːldeɪ | ðeəznəʊskuːlhɪə |ˈðeɪpleɪdəndðenˈwent təsl_p |ɪnðəˈmɔːnɪŋ | ðəˈbɔ__z wəˈh__piəˈɡen |f ʊv æðiːə ɒɪeɔː
  • 19. Solution| tɒm | dʒəʊ | əndˈhəkˈwent təðəˈrɪvə | ðəwəzəsmɔːl |bəʊtðeə | ðəˈbɔɪzˈwent əˈkrɒsðəˈrɪvərɪnðəsmɔːl |bəʊt | ˈðeɪˈsed | ðɪsɪzəɡʊdˈpleɪsbɪˈkɒzwikənpleɪ |ɔːldeɪ | ðeəznəʊskuːlhɪə |ˈðeɪpleɪdəndðenˈwent təsliːp |ɪnðəˈmɔːnɪŋ | ðəˈbɔɪzwəˈhæpiəˈɡen|
  • 20. From: Roldan RuedaPhonemesChapter 4Choose the correct phonetic transcriptionA.| ðiːzˈtɪkətswərˈɡɪvn̩fərˈlɝːnɪŋðəˈbaɪbl̩ˈvɝːsəz | əˈbluː<tick> |ˈet wəzˈɡɪvn̩fərˈtuːˈvɝːsəz | əˈred ˈtɪkətwəzˈiːkwəltəˈten ˈbluːˈtɪkəts | eɪ |ˈjeloʊˈtɪkətwəzˈiːkwəltəˈten ˈred ˈtɪkəts | əndfərˈten ˈjeloʊˈtɪkəts |fərˈlɝːnɪŋˈtuːˈθaʊzn̩dˈvɝːsəz | ðəˈsʌndeɪˈskuːlˈtiːtʃərˈɡeɪvði: |B. | ðizˈtɪketswərˈɡɪvn̩fərˈlɝːnɪŋðəˈbaɪbl̩ˈvɝːsəz | əˈbluː<tick> |ˈet wəzˈɡɪvn̩fərˈtuːˈvɝːsəs | əˈred ˈtɪkətwəzˈiːkwəltəˈten ˈbluːˈtɪkəts | eɪ |ˈjeloʊˈtɪkətwəzˈiːkwəltəˈten ˈred ˈtɪkəts | əndfərˈten ˈjeloʊˈtɪkəts |fərˈlɝːnɪŋˈtuːˈθaʊzn̩dˈvesəz | ðəˈsʌndeɪˈskuːlˈtiːtʃərˈɡeɪvði: |C.| ðiːzˈtɪkətswərˈɡɪvn̩fərˈlɝːnɪŋðəˈbaɪbl̩ˈvɝːsəz | əˈbluː<tick> |ˈet wəzˈɡɪven̩fərˈtuːˈvɝːsəz | əˈred ˈtɪkətwəzˈiːkwəltəˈt ə n ˈbluːˈtɪkəts | eɪ|ˈjeloʊˈtɪkətwəzˈiːkwəltəˈten ˈred ˈtɪkəts | əndfərˈten ˈjeloʊˈtɪkəts |fərˈlɝːnɪˈtuːˈθaʊzn̩dˈvɝːsəz | ðəˈsʌndeɪˈskuːlˈtiːtʃərˈɡeɪvði: |The correct form is A
  • 21. From: yenniferospinaPhonemesChapter 4Choose the correct phonetic transcriptionA.| ðiːzˈtɪkətswərˈɡɪvn̩fərˈlɝːnɪŋðəˈbaɪbl̩ˈvɝːsəz | əˈbluː<tick> |ˈet wəzˈɡɪvn̩fərˈtuːˈvɝːsəz | əˈred ˈtɪkətwəzˈiːkwəltəˈten ˈbluːˈtɪkəts | eɪ |ˈjeloʊˈtɪkətwəzˈiːkwəltəˈten ˈred ˈtɪkəts | əndfərˈten ˈjeloʊˈtɪkəts |fərˈlɝːnɪŋˈtuːˈθaʊzn̩dˈvɝːsəz | ðəˈsʌndeɪˈskuːlˈtiːtʃərˈɡeɪvði: |B. | ðizˈtɪketswərˈɡɪvn̩fərˈlɝːnɪŋðəˈbaɪbl̩ˈvɝːsəz | əˈbluː<tick> |ˈet wəzˈɡɪvn̩fərˈtuːˈvɝːsəs | əˈred ˈtɪkətwəzˈiːkwəltəˈten ˈbluːˈtɪkəts | eɪ |ˈjeloʊˈtɪkətwəzˈiːkwəltəˈten ˈred ˈtɪkəts | əndfərˈten ˈjeloʊˈtɪkəts |fərˈlɝːnɪŋˈtuːˈθaʊzn̩dˈvesəz | ðəˈsʌndeɪˈskuːlˈtiːtʃərˈɡeɪvði: |C.| ðiːzˈtɪkətswərˈɡɪvn̩fərˈlɝːnɪŋðəˈbaɪbl̩ˈvɝːsəz | əˈbluː<tick> |ˈet wəzˈɡɪven̩fərˈtuːˈvɝːsəz | əˈred ˈtɪkətwəzˈiːkwəltəˈt ə n ˈbluːˈtɪkəts | eɪ|ˈjeloʊˈtɪkətwəzˈiːkwəltəˈten ˈred ˈtɪkəts | əndfərˈten ˈjeloʊˈtɪkəts |fərˈlɝːnɪˈtuːˈθaʊzn̩dˈvɝːsəz | ðəˈsʌndeɪˈskuːlˈtiːtʃərˈɡeɪvði: |The correct form is A
  • 22. From: Roldan RuedaListeningChapter 4http://americanenglish.state.gov/files/ae/resource_files/tom-sawyer-chapter-4_0.mp3 Listen and complete:THE SUN ROSE UPON A QUIET WORLD AND LOOKED WARMLY DOWN UPONthe peaceful village. The family began the day by praying together.Then Tom did his Sunday studying. He was trying to learn somewords from the Bible. Sid had already finished his studying, but Tomwas slow. His mind was busy with other things.Tom was learning five verses. Some verses are long and some areshort. Tom had found five short verses. Aunt Polly’s daughter, Mary,helped him, and after a time, he could say the verses without looking atthe book.
  • 23. From: yeliani palomaresListeningChapter 4http://americanenglish.state.gov/files/ae/resource_files/tom-sawyer-chapter-4_0.mp3 Listen and complete:THE SUN ROSE UPON A QUIET WORLD AND LOOKED WARMLY DOWN UPONthe peaceful village. The family began the day by praying together.Then Tom did his Sunday studying. He was trying to learn somewords from the Bible. Sid had already finished his studying, but Tomwas slow. His mind was busy with other things.Tom was learning five verses. Some verses are long and some areshort. Tom had found five short verses. Aunt Polly’s daughter, Mary,helped him, and after a time, he could say the verses without looking atthe book.
  • 24. Roldan RuedaListeningChapter 5http://americanenglish.state.gov/files/ae/resource_files/tom-sawyer-chapter-5_0.mp3 Listen and complete:THE BELL OF THE SMALL CHURCH BEGAN TO RING. THE PEOPLE BEGANto gather to hear Mr. Sprague speak to them. Mr. Sprague spoke to themin church every Sunday, and prayed with them.The Sunday-school children now sat with their fathers and mothers,who would try to keep them quiet. Aunt Polly came, and Tom and Sidand Mary sat with her. Tom was placed as far as possible from the openwindow and the interesting summer scenes outside.Other people came in and went to their seats. There were the oldand poor. There were the middle-aged. There were the pretty girls inbright summer clothes, and the young men, with their eyes followingthe girls. There was Mrs. Douglas, whose husband died. She was richand good-hearted, and she lived in the big house on Cardiff Hill. TherewasMufferson, the “Good Boy” of the village. He came to church withhis mother. All the other mothers talked of his goodness. All the otherboys did not like him.
  • 25. YenniferospinaListeningChapter 5http://americanenglish.state.gov/files/ae/resource_files/tom-sawyer-chapter-5_0.mp3 Listen and complete:THE BELL OF THE SMALL CHURCH BEGAN TO RING. THE PEOPLE BEGANto gather to hear Mr. Sprague speak to them. Mr. Sprague spoke to themin church every Sunday, and prayed with them.The Sunday-school children now sat with their fathers and mothers,who would try to keep them quiet. Aunt Polly came, and Tom and Sidand Mary sat with her. Tom was placed as far as possible from the openwindow and the interesting summer scenes outside.Other people came in and went to their seats. There were the oldand poor. There were the middle-aged. There were the pretty girls inbright summer clothes, and the young men, with their eyes followingthe girls. There was Mrs. Douglas, whose husband died. She was richand good-hearted, and she lived in the big house on Cardiff Hill. TherewasMufferson, the “Good Boy” of the village. He came to church withhis mother. All the other mothers talked of his goodness. All the otherboys did not like him.