UNIT 10 SHORTPLAYS Lesson 19 A Visit TO The Museum
Lesson 19 A Visit TO The Museum
1．Where are the teacher and students?
2．What is the teacher's name?
3．Who is late?
4．Where are the teacher and students going?
5．How are they going there?
6．Where do the students put their notebooks?
7．Which room are they in?
8．Where did the people in the Stone Age live?
9．What does the teacher ask the students to draw?
10．Is Bill with the students?
11．What colour is Bill's hair?
12．Who helps the teacher and students look for Bill?
13．Why does he ask them to look in the Egyptian room?
14．Can the teacher find Bill?
15．Where is Bill?
Directions: Answer the questions. Key: (see tapescript)
A Visit To The Museum (3′26″)
Scene I. At the Bus-stop
Miss Jenkins: Now, are we all here? Paul and Peter, are you here?
Paul, Peter: Yes, Miss Jenkins.
Miss Jenkins: Susan Park?
Susan: Yes, Miss Jenkins. Miss Jenkins, Bill isn't here. He's late.
Miss Jenkins: Oh dear! Where is Bill? The bus is coming. We must catch this bus.
Peter: There's Bill. He's running down the road. Come on, Bill, you're late.
Bill: Coming… Here I am, Miss Jenkins. I'm not late, am I?
Miss Jenkins: Yes, you are. Come on now, everybody.
Here's the bus. We're going to the museum.
Scene Ⅱ. Where Is Bill?
Miss Jenkins: Have you all got your notebooks?
Students: Yes, Miss Jenkins.
Susan: They're in our satchels.
Miss Jenkins: Good. Have you all got your pencils?
Miss Jenkins: Take out your notebooks and your pencils. I want you to draw some of the things in the museum.
Susan: What are we going to draw, Miss Jenkins?
Miss Jenkins: Wait a moment, Susan. I'm going to tell you. This is the Stone Age Room. These people lived in England a long time ago.
Susan: They haven't got many clothes.
Miss Jenkins: They lived in huts. Can you see their bows and arrows ?
Peter: Can we draw the arrows?
Miss Jenkins: Yes, the arrows are in that case. I want you to draw two arrows.
Paul: Peter, where's Bill? He's got my satchel.
Miss Jenkins: Where is Bill? Bill? Bill?
Peter: I wonder where Bill is.
Miss jenkins: Do you know where Bill is?
Student 1: No I don't.
Student 2: Was he on the bus?
Student 1: Yes, he was on the bus.
Miss Jenkins: He was here a moment ago. Oh dear! He is a bad boy.
Scene Ⅲ. Looking for Bill
Clerk: Can I help you?
Miss Jenkins: I'm a teacher. My name is Miss Jenkins. I'm looking for a boy.
Clerk: Was he with you in the Stone Age Room?
Miss Jenkins: Yes, he was. He was with us in the Stone Age Room. Now I don't know where he is.
Clerk: Is he a small boy?
Miss Jenkins: Oh no, he's a big boy. He has dark hair, and his name is Bill Green.
Clerk: Have a look in the Egyptian Room. All the boys like to look in the Egyptian Room.
Clerk: Can I help you ?
Susan: Yes, we're looking for a boy.
Clerk: Are you with your teacher?
Susan: Yes, we are.
Clerk: Is her name Miss Jenkins?
Paul: Yes, that's right.
Clerk: Is the boy's name Bill?
Student 2: Yes, that's right. He was with us in the Stone Age Room.
Clerk: Well, have a look in the Egyptian Room.
Miss Jenkins: Oh, dear! I can't find him anywhere.
Peter: He isn't here, Miss Jenkins. Bill, Bill, are you here?
Bill: Here I am.
Miss Jenkins: I can't see him.
Susan: Look, there he is.
Miss Jenkins: Oh he's in a mummy case.
Bill: Here I am, Miss Jenkins.