Նախագծային շաբաթ՝ նոյեմբերի 4-11

5-րդ դասարան-Ագարակի մասին անգլերեն ֆիլմի պատրաստում, թարգմանություն

Welcome to the Farm of Mkhitar Sebastatsi Educational Complex

3-րդ դասարան-Ուսումնասիրում ենք Հնդկաստանը, հնդկական մշակույթըPresentation about India by Sanjay

2-րդ դասարաններ-Մրգային և բանջարեղենային կերպարների ստեղծում, կառաոկեների ստեղծում, տեսանյութեր

What Fruit Do You Like? 

Do You Like Fruits?

I like vegetables.

Clean Up Trash Song 

2-3 դասարաններ-Բանջարեղենից կերպարներ, թթուդրիկ՝ անգլերեն

1-ին դասարաններ-English+Sport նախագիծ

Welcome to the Farm of Mkhitar Sebastatsi Educational Complex

David and me The Interview in the Hartak club


Hello everyone! I am Daniel Harutyunyan. I study at Mkhitar Sebastatsi Educomplex, in the 5th grade. I want to tell you about my educomplex.

Yerevan “Mkhitar Sebastatsi” Educational Complex is a state experimental non-profit public educational institution realizing general education with alternative author educational programs at 5 pre-schools, 5 primary schools, a middle and a high school. We also work with programs of vocational education at our college.

We also have a rich media library,  science laboratories, fine art and sculpture studios, Musical Center, educational farm,  workshops of grapes and wine and different trades of vocational education.

We are inviting You to our Educational Complex on any day which would be convenient for You. We will kindly show You our inclusive and peculiar world. Today we’ll present you our Farm. Let’s go.


Our Educomplex also realizes ecological projects. One of these projects is Recycling. We are carrying out waste recycling projects by collecting plastic, paper, cardboard, glass, metal. We also make compost or animal food out of food wastes. We cooperate with a number of companies and many individuals to successfully carry out our project.

The Farm Tour

This tour is especially for children, and for their parents too. Today we are going to learn about some farm animals that we have on our Farm. You will enjoy learning about those beautiful farm animals. Join us and have fun.

Farm animals are raised for many objects.


Chickens are birds that live only in farms. They have wings but unfortunately for their heavy weight they cannot fly. Chickens come in many different colors and patterns with over 150 breeds in the world.


Geese are birds. They are closely related to ducks and swans, which are in the same family.

There are around 30 species of goose in the world.

Geese are found all over the world.

In the wild, geese live in low marshes, river valleys, as well as on offshore
islands, depending on the season.

Domesticated geese raised on grassy pasture and are given yards, sometimes with sheds, as shelter.

They have a lifespan between 10 and 25 years in the wild. The average lifespan for domestic geese is around 20 to 25 years; but a number of geese individuals have been known to live for much longer.


Ducks are from the birds species. They have another name: They are called “Waterfowls” as they are usually found near water such as ponds, streams and rivers.



Turkeys are big birds. From head to tail, a turkey measures around 4 feet.

Did you know that not all turkeys are raised on farms? Turkeys also live in the wild. In fact, they’re commonly called wild turkeys and live all over the United States, including Hawaii, as well as Mexico. They also live in some places in Europe and New Zealand. Male and female turkeys look different. Male turkeys are called toms, and female turkeys are called hens. The female birds are smaller than the males.

Turkeys are omnivores, meaning that they eat both plants and animals.  Turkeys can eat acorns, seeds, berries, grass, bugs, spiders, frogs, lizards, and other plants and small animals. They mostly walk around looking for their food on the ground.

These birds can take off and fly if they need to, but they prefer to walk or run along the ground. Turkeys are loud birds. When they really want to make a lot of noise, you can hear them from over a mile away.



Horses are mammals that belong to the equus family, which comes from Greek word meaning quickness. Horses are in the same families as zebras, mules and donkeys. Horses are used in sports such as horse racing, travelling and work.


Ponies are small horses.

There are many different breeds. Compared to other horses, ponies often exhibit thicker manes and tails, as well as shorter legs, heavier bone, thicker necks, and shorter heads with broader foreheads. The word pony derives from the old French poulenet, meaning foal, a young, immature horse, but this is not the modern meaning; unlike a horse foal, a pony remains small when fully grown. On occasion, people who are unfamiliar with horses may confuse an adult pony with a foal.

Ponies are generally considered intelligent and friendly. They are sometimes also described as stubborn or cunning. Properly trained ponies are appropriate mounts for children who are learning to ride. Larger ponies can be ridden by adults, as ponies are usually strong for their size.



This animal is well known for being a sturdy and hard worker, but many people don’t realize that donkeys can be quite interesting.

They say “hee-haw.”

Donkeys can be found in a number of different geographical locations, mostly due to their domestication. In ancient times, they were typically found in places like central Asia and northern Africa.

There are more than 40 million donkeys worldwide.



Where do domestic dogs come from? Well scientists have been doing loads of research into how the domestic dog came to be.

Some studies say that the dogs we call our pets evolved from a group of wolves.


Dogs are widely used in hunting, herding, pulling loads, protection, tracking, rescue, assisting police, military, companionship, and aiding handicapped individuals.

There are hundreds of different breeds of dogs but apparently the most popular breed of dog in the world is the Labrador.

This is because they have a gentle nature, are obedient, intelligent and have heaps of energy.


The average life span for a dog is around 10 to 14 years. Their hearing is four times the distance of humans.  That’s amazing! So don’t say anything bad about your dog, as they’ll hear!

If you think they can hear well, you won’t believe how well they can smell.

Their noses have millions more scent receptors than we do so they can distinguish different smells in concentrations nearly 100 million times lower than humans can.

dog nose

Dogs can see colors but just not as clearly as humans. Domestic dogs eat a variety of foods including grains, vegetables and meats.


Horseback riding

Horse Riding is an enjoyable and rewarding hobby that can be learned easily with the help of Mr. Edmon.  The simple techniques can be applied so that anyone can learn to ride a horse.

First of all when you start riding a horse you should be instructed how to sit correctly. As you see here I have got quite a lovely position. I am sitting up nice and tall. Then, I am going to make sure if I have a nice rein contact with the horse’s mouth and the reins aren’t too loose or too tight. If I sit too heavily this will make the horse feel a little bit uneven and unbalanced. Then I am going to gently ask the horse to either go off the leg from a tap or a nudge or a squeeze. It depends on how the horse is trained.


This is our tandoor where students make lavash. It’s an Armenian traditional bread. Lavash is made with flour, water, and salt. The thickness of the bread varies depending on how thin it was rolled out.

File:Making of lavash.ogv

Lavash dries out quickly and becomes brittle and hard. It can be used for long-term storage (almost one year). It is sprinkled with water to make it softer again.



Animals as Natural Therapy offers a variety of ways to visit the farm. We welcome people of all ages to our Farm and enjoy our amazing animals and staff!

Please contact us if you’re interested in bringing a class to Agarak. Visits must be arranged at least one week in advance. We will coordinate with groups in advance to arrange paperwork & payment. Bye!

Why Every student Should Experience Visiting a Farm?


  • Why Every student should experience visiting a farm?


– Visiting farms give students educational experiences away from their regular school environment.

Growing up in an urban environment, there’s one thing you know children are missing out on seeing a real live farm with animals. Students should know where exactly their food comes from. It’s a lesson itself. They will see the hard work and effort that goes into planning, growing and harvesting crops as well as raising and caring for livestock. So, understanding the farming process can help students to be grateful for their food.

  • What kind of responsibilities learn students when they visit farms?

Visiting farms is a great way to learn responsibility.  Feeding and watering, cleaning and grooming (the practice of brushing and cleaning the coat of a horse, ), building and fixing are daily tasks that farmers do. This allows students to learn the skills necessary to care for other living things. This responsibility can transfer to other areas of their lives including classroom activity and social interaction with others.

Visiting a farm can be great fun and very different from living in the city.

They take care of the animals, feed them, brush the horses, water the plants, ride a horse, swim in the swimming-pool.  On our Agarak we have tandir where students bake lavash. As you know it is Armenians’ traditional bread. This thin and soft flatbread looks similar to a Mexican tortilla. 

  • Can other students visit the Agarak?

Of course, they can.


  • Can families visit Agarak?

Yes, they can, but after classes. It means at 5 pm or on Sundays.

Visiting with family ensures that the family will be spending quality time together. Spending time together with parents and children allows learning environment which increases the knowledge.


  • So, what would you like to say the teachers working in the other schools?

Dear teachers, if you want your students to experience a visit to a farm and if you are searching for a farm in the city,  where you can let your students enjoy and experience farm activities contact Mkhitar Sebastatsi Educational complex via phone at (+374) 74 72 46

  • What other Benefits can they have Visiting your Agarak?

Learning experiences seem more effective and pleasant than textbooks. Besides,
they can have memorable learning adventure and friendship among sebastatsies.

  • Thank you for your interview!

Thank you for your invitation.

Սեպտեմբերի 2-6-ը՝ նախագծային շաբաթ

1, 2, 3-րդ դասարաններում՝ «Ես» նախագծի անգլերեն լեզվով իրականացում։ Նախագծի շրջանակում՝ երգերի ուսուցում՝ 1, 2,  3

Բառապաշար՝  Ուսումնական նյութերի աղբյուր

4-րդ, 5-րդ դասարաններ

Personal Information/Անձնական տեղեկություն


What is your name?
My name is _______.

What is your surname / last name?
My surname / last name is _______.

Do you have a nickname?
Yes, my nickname is _______ or No, I don’t.

Work & Occupation

What do you do?
I am a _______.

Where do you work?
I work at _______.

Do you like your job?
Yes, I do. or No, I don’t.

Why do you like your job?
I like my job because _______.

Marital Status

Are you married / single?
Yes, I am. or No I’m not.

Do you have a boyfriend / girlfriend?
Yes, I do. or No, I don’t.

What is your partner’s name?
My partner’s name is _______.


Do you have any children?
Yes, I have _______ children. or No, I don’t

What are their names?
Their names are _______.

How many brothers and sister do you have?
I have _______ brothers and _______ sisters.


How old are you?
I am _______ years old.

When is your birthday?
My birthday is on the _______ of _______.

Where were you born?
I was born in _______.

Contact Information

Where are you from?
I am from _______.

What is your address?
My address is _______.

What is your phone number?
My phone number is _______.

What is your cell phone number?
My cell phone number is _______.

Do you live with your parents?
Yes, I do. or No, I don’t.

Do you live alone?
Yes, I do. or No, I don’t.

Who do you live with?
I live with my _______.

Do you live in a house or an apartment?
I live in a/an _______.

What is your e-mail address?
My e-mail address is _______.

Free time activities

What do you do in your free time?
In my free time I _______.

What are your hobbies?
My hobbies are _______.

What type of music do you like?
I like _______ music.

Do you have a favourite singer or group?
My favourite singer / group is _______.

What types of movies do you like?
I like _______ movies.

Do you like to read?
Yes, I do. or No, I don’t.

What do you like to read?
I like to read _______.


Do you have any bad habits?
Yes, one of my bad habits is _______.

Do you snore?
Yes, I do. or No, I don’t.

Do you smoke?
Yes, I do. or No, I don’t.

How many cigarettes do you smoke a day?
I smoke _______ cigarettes a day.


Other Personal Information

What is your favourite food?
My favourite food is _______.

Is there any food that you do not like?
Yes, I don’t like _______. or I like all food.

What is your favourite colour?
My favourite colour is _______.

Why do you want to learn English?
I want to learn English because _______.

What languages do you speak?
I speak _______.

Do you have any pets?
Yes, I do. or No, I don’t.

What pets do you have?
I have _______.

What are their names?
Their names are _______.

Which sports do you like?
The sport I like is _______.

Do you have a favourite team?
My favourite team is _______.

What is something you do well?
I am good at _______.

What is something you do not do well?
I am bad at _______.

Are you romantic?
_______ romantic.

Do you have any tattoos?
Yes, I do. or No, I don’t.

Describe yourself using only two words.
I am _______ and _______.

What makes you happy?
I am happy when _______.

Are you a good cook/singer/driver?
Yes, I do. or No, I don’t.

5-րդ դասարանում՝ «Ճանաչում ենք կրթահամալիրը» նախագծի իրականացում։ Այլոց փորձի ուսումնասիրում, թարգմանություն՝ The Farm animals

Real Friends

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Ագարակի զարգացման ծրագրի ստեղծում։ Ագարակի մասին անգլերեն-հայերեն,(ռուսերեն) ֆիլմի ստեղծում։