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Section 1 Introduction • Flashcards • Posters with pop-outs • Story cards • E-solutions: Multi-ROM, Teacher’s Electronic Resources, Young Learners Exams • DVD • Tips for the Test: Cambridge Young Learners and Trinity Exams • Using the worksheet sections Cut-outs DVD worksheets Extension worksheets Newcomers worksheets Reading worksheets Richmond Primary Reader worksheets Speaking worksheets Tests
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Sparks 5 Teacher’s Resource Book offers
information and tips to help you get the most from all the teacher’s materials. It also contains additional photocopiable resources to help widen and support the children’s learning.
• Posters with pop-outs
Each unit of Sparks is accompanied by two posters with pop-outs. Side A is used to introduce and practise the vocabulary and content of the unit. Side B is used to exploit the unit contents in a different way. The Teacher’s Book gives full instructions of when and how to use the posters and pop-outs. The pop-outs can also be used as flashcards. Tips • Keep the pop-outs for each unit in an envelope or sandwich bag to avoid them getting lost or mixed up. • Put two nails or drawing pins on the wall or in the wood of the blackboard and hang up the poster using two bulldog clips to avoid damage and the mess of Blu-Tack or adhesive tape. The poster is easily displayed and reversed. • Hang the posters at the height of the children so that they can easily see them and participate with the activities.
Flashcards are an excellent classroom tool to help introduce, reinforce and review vocabulary. Sparks comes with a pack of 87 full colour flashcards illustrating key vocabulary. Instructions for using the flashcards are given in the teaching notes for each lesson. Each picture flashcard has a corresponding word card which can be used to help develop children’s reading skills, to assist in writing activities and to use in matching activities. All the flashcards are colour coded by unit for easy identification. The Sparks flashcards can also be used in a variety of games which are explained on the Options pages of the Teacher’s Book. Children learn best when they enjoy what they are doing and games provide a way to engage children’s interest and enthusiasm. Games offer valuable opportunities to use the language for real purposes and provide enjoyable occasions for repeating and reinforcing the language, supporting retention and recall. Games which incorporate active methods using physical response are ideal for assimilating language. The children also have their own key vocabulary cut-outs which can be used in class or at home. There are games and activity ideas on the Options pages of the Teacher’s Book. The children can make envelopes or use food bags to store their cut-outs.
All the Sparks digital components run on Windows, Linux or MAC operating systems and are compatible with all interactive whiteboard (IWB) software. Insert the Multi-ROM or the CD-ROM into the computer connected to the IWB. If it fails to run automatically, click on exeWin.exe to run. The Sparks E-solutions pack includes three CD-ROMs: 1) Student’s Multi-ROM Sparks 5 Multi-ROM is a fantastic interactive resource for both children and teachers which provides thorough practice of the Student’s Book contents. It contains eight units with interactive activities covering all the main language taught in the Student’s Book. Sparks 5 Multi-ROM can be used in class with an IWB to exploit the course contents while also helping children understand the concept of working together as a team to achieve a common objective. Alternatively, it can be used on an individual level by children working alone either in the Multimedia
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Lab or at home, reinforcing their language learning outside the classroom. A Multi-ROM Guide is provided on the main menu. A short animation explains how each activity works. How to use Sparks 5 Multi-ROM on an interactive whiteboard (IWB) Main menu: Access to units 1 Click on the unit. 2 Click on the relevant activity to open it. 3 Click on MENU to go back to the main menu. 4 Click on EXIT to exit the Multi-ROM. Unit menu Vocabulary and grammar games Each unit contains two vocabulary activities and two grammar activities which provide further practice of the Student’s Book contents. The bottom menu contains a running score which shows the total number of questions the children have to complete as well as the ones they get correct. The bottom menu also offers the possibility of restarting any activity immediately. Most of the activities include a timer to make them more challenging for the children. Activities with a long listening include a control to pause the audio or move backwards and forwards. This enables the children to listen to any part they need again. Some activities contain more than one screen. Click on the icon on the bottom menu to access the next screen. The Multi-ROM activities include a final screen showing the correct answers to revise the key concepts presented in each activity. In some activities the revision starts automatically right after the cheering animation. In others, click on the icon on the results screen to access. Each unit contains a digital version of the Student’s Book story and a reading comprehension activity. The story runs automatically to facilitate its projection. The digital story is an excellent tool to attract the children’s attention. The Phonics section offers an additional activity to consolidate the listening and writing skills of the children. In the Writing section the students reinforce their writing skills through three different types of activities: Dictation Find and correct the mistakes Comprehension In Festivals there are two activities. Listen to the Festivals songs while you do a listening comprehension activity with your class. The Multi-ROM also contains a screen to listen to all the songs of the course. The assessment for the activities is done in different ways according to the activity type: Final screen showing the children’s answers as well as the correct answers at the end of the activity. Final screen showing the correct answers to facilitate the revision of the key concepts presented in each activity. Instant feedback as they do the activity. Instant feedback and final screen with an animation at the end of the activity to revise key concepts. Check and try again: once the activity is completed, children check their answers and have the chance to try again. The correct answers remain for them to focus on their mistakes. After this second attempt, they can see the correct answers and compare them with their own by clicking on CHECK again. Instant feedback with countdown: the children have to pay careful attention and choose the correct answer, if they choose the wrong answer the clock runs faster! The score the children get depends on how quickly they finish the activity with the least number of mistakes. Children can always get a better score by doing the activity again! Tips to use student’s audio material Sparks 5 Multi-ROM contains the student’s audio material for PC or CD player. Insert the Multi-ROM into a CD player or PC to listen to the student’s audio material. The first eight tracks are songs from the Student’s Book which can be used as background music as the children work.
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2 AB (purple): all these links take you to the Activity Book. TB (green): all these links take you to the Teacher’s Book. Access to units 1 Click on the unit you want to use.Introduction 2) Sparks Digital for IWB Sparks 5 Digital is an innovative electronic version of the Sparks course components which integrates all the teaching materials in one CD-ROM. and in class with an IWB to fully exploit all the materials. 4 . A new window will open. 4 Children can listen and read at the same time using the controls in the transcript window. • move to different pages of a book.L. pictures or transcripts using the links at the top of the page. Teacher’s Book and E-posters. RB (orange): all these links take you to the Resource Book. • Click on the bottom right corner of a page and drag it over – just like a real book! 3 4 5 G&W (blue): all these links take you to the Grammar and Writing Booklet. 2 Click on the relevant lesson to open it. 3 The transcript button opens a new window containing the text version of the recording. Grammar and Writing Booklet. Resource Book. 3 To close the window and return to full-page view. To listen to the recording. This fully interactive resource for use on interactive whiteboards (IWB) provides teachers with alternative and innovative ways to approach the Sparks course contents. click on CLOSE. pause. All audio material and answer keys for all the teaching materials are also integrated. • return to the contents page. rewind or fast forward the recording. • exit./Richmond Publishing 2009 PHOTOCOPIABLE • Tips for working with Sparks Digital on an IWB Sparks 5 Digital will save you lots of time. • Click on the arrows in the toolbar on either side of the page number. Selecting tasks 1 Click on any task to enlarge it in a new window. • Type in the number of the page you want in the space between the arrows. It is very user-friendly since the Student’s Book works as the menu to access the rest of the components. No more looking for books or trying to find the correct pages! You have everything you need at the click of a button. you can also see them! 1 Tasks with this symbol are recorded. Poster (red): all these links take you to the interactive poster. 2 Use the buttons in the bottom-right hand corner to play. click on the task. stop. Toolbar Use the toolbar at the bottom of each page to: • open other books. At the click of a button you can open any page of the Student’s Book and also have access to the corresponding sections. Other links Throughout Sparks 5 Digital there are various coloured links which lead to sections in other components of the course. 2 Access answer keys. A User’s Guide is provided on the main menu. Sparks 5 Digital can be used in two different ways: as an interactive guide to prepare lessons. 6 Listening Activities Not only can you hear the listening activities. 3 Click on INDEX to go back to contents page. activities and extra practice from the Activity Book. 1 SB (pink): all these links take you to the Student’s Book. Changing pages There are three easy way to change pages. © Santillana Educación S.
The difference is that. except for the Speaking session. Tips • When doing the practice exams it is best to recreate similar circumstances as when the students will do the exam themselves. one set can be used many times. The exams provide an official recognition of a student’s level of spoken English and are accepted by universities and employers worldwide. This can be watched with or without subtitles. These can be printed out in colour and used for classroom practice. This is a fantastic visual feature which can be used for developing children’s speaking skills. Tips Teachers can focus on practising one activity type or have the children complete one exam at a time. Candidates must be aged 7 or over. The badges are coloured in depending on the success of the candidate. In terms of grammar and lexis. Trinity College London./Richmond Publishing 2009 PHOTOCOPIABLE • Tips for the Test . which test a student’s speaking and listening skills. Writing. • DVD Each unit of the Sparks 5 DVD shows people in authentic situations. 5 . Movers and Flyers. Listening and Speaking. and have them practise exam techniques. This helps teachers cater for mixed ability settings. The children never write on the exam papers. The interactive tools for the children are placed at a lower level on the screen to facilitate their participation with the IWB. There are three levels: Starters. the Interactive YLE Practice CD-ROM also contains a network installation facility which enables the children to work at their own rythym in the Multimedia Lab. rather they answer on an answer sheet. and the exams all follow the same format. children cannot fail the YLE. This way the teacher may choose to practice the same exam question in various exams or practise once complete exam. The children write their answers on a piece of paper except for the last page of the Listening exams. • The ESOL web site has an abundance of exam tips as well as more practice activities and information about the exams. They are tested in groups. where the test is given individually. They are tested normally in their own school environment or an exam centre. A Play all option is also available. The exam grades range from absolute beginner level to near native fluency. © Santillana Educación S. Apart from IWB exploitation.Introduction Images All the images and pictures in Sparks 5 Digital can be enlarged. the Flyers level is on par with the KET exams. usually with one word answers. 3) The Interactive Young Learner Practice CD-ROM (Flyers level) This CD-ROM includes three complete interactive exams for YLE practice on an IWB. The CD-ROM contains a printable version of each exam which includes tips for conducting the Speaking Exams. The Sparks 5 Teacher’s Resource Book includes worksheets for working with the DVD in class. The examinations are divided into a series of 12 oral exams which test the student’s general conversation and ability to discuss prepared topics. as well as all the answers.YLE and Trinity The Cambridge Young Learner exams are designed for children aged from 7 to 12 years old. unlike the exams for older students. Graded Examinations in Spoken English The Trinity Examinations in Spoken English are one-to-one oral examinations with a native English speaking Trinity examiner. The interactive tools for the teacher are located at the top of the screen to help teachers guide and control the children’s work. which is used for colouring and therefore can only be used once. Exams follow a very set format. The Sparks E-solutions YLE CD-ROM includes three complete tests.L. or pick and choose activities from different exams. • The interactive activities on the CD-ROM are divided into the different sections of the exams. allow them the same amount of time. Every participant is given a diploma with badges in Reading.
2 and 3) Example questions Grade 1 Hello. Children should try © Santillana Educación S. whoever answers correctly can line up first.) Stand up. if a child does not know the answer. your nose.L. what is this woman wearing? Grade 3 Where do you live? What’s the weather like? Is it raining now? What day was it yesterday? What can you see in this room? Tell me about your mother. Or ask questions at the end of a lesson. Do it in the form of a team quiz and award points. short sessions so candidates become more confident with the style of question and can answer more rapidly and naturally. How do you get to your classroom from here? Can you ride a horse? Look at this picture. what are these children doing? Where are your friends now? Have you got any hobbies? What do you do on Saturdays? Elementary Stage (Grades 4. goodbye Point to / show me (the red crayon. I don’t know the word in English”.. • When asking questions. please. Do you have any pets? What day is it today? Is it March or April? How many children are there in your class? Look at this picture. the big cow. brown trousers and black shoes). Initial Stage (Grades 1. And you? Grade 2 Have you got any brothers or sisters? What’s his name? Put the red pen on the green book. 5 and 6) This is a 10 minute exam which has 2 phases. • Encourage the children to ask questions too.. my shirt. T: It’s Tuesday. the door. • Make question practice fun.) Go to / touch (the window. From Level 2 onwards they are expected to ask the examiner questions. I have a (blue shirt. rather than remaining silent or saying “errr”. a discussion on the candidate’s pre-prepared topic and the conversation. • Practise for the exam in regular. encourage them to say “I don’t know” or “I can’t remember” or “I’m sorry./Richmond Publishing 2009 PHOTOCOPIABLE 6 . What’s the date today? What time is it? What do you study at school? Who is your favourite teacher? Describe your best friend.Introduction Apart from being a recognised meter of a student’s skills in English.. • When choosing a grade for candidates. good morning. consider the child’s personality as well as their level of English. may not do as well as a more outgoing child who speaks more spontaneously. A shy child with a good level of English.. ask general questions such as What day is it today? What’s the weather like today? Is it spring or summer? How old are you? • Encourage full answers whenever asking questions. T: What day is it today? SS:Tuesday. What’s your name? How old are you? What colour is that? And this one? What’s this? What are they? How many cats are there in this picture? Look. the dog. the examination also works as a motivational tool encouraging students to practise and try to communicate in English. Where’s the rubber? Where do you come from? Tell me about your house. Tips • In each English lesson.
> Cut-outs > DVD worksheets > Extension worksheets > Newcomer worksheets > Reading worksheets > Richmond Primary Readers Worksheets > Speaking worksheets > Tests Tips • Get enough photocopies of the worksheets in advance with a couple of spare copies just in case. • They should collect all necessary photos or pictures well before the exam to give them time to plan the points and practice what to say. • Allow children the possibility of presenting their topic to the class and answering their questions to give them more confidence. There are eight photocopiable sections. reading books or watching films? How are you going to celebrate your birthday? What is the most important festival here? What sort of TV programmes do you watch? Which is quicker./Richmond Publishing 2009 PHOTOCOPIABLE 7 . The Options pages of the Teacher’s Book indicate when each activity should be done to assure that the content and vocabulary have been covered in the lesson. Check that their information and spelling is correct before giving them the real Topic Form to complete. • Using the worksheet sections Sparks optional worksheets can be photocopied according to the needs of individual children or the class as a whole. (a hobby. Tips for preparing the topic • Children should choose something that they are genuinely interested in and can talk easily about.. Did you watch any TV last night? Grade 5 How long have you been (playing basketball)? Which do you prefer. • Children should not learn their topic by heart as they must speak naturally and spontaneously in the exam. © Santillana Educación S. Example questions Grade 4 What are you going to do this weekend? Where did you go on holiday last year? When did you start in this school? How often do you go to the cinema? Tell me about your hobbies. • Make a photocopy of the Topic Form for each student.).L.Introduction to maintain a fluid conversation rather than just answering the examiner’s questions.. recent holiday. what will you do? What do you do to keep healthy? Tell me about some of your school rules. • The child should prepare several questions to ask the examiner related to their topic. pet. a car or a bike? Grade 6 Do you think these clothes are fashionable? Which countries would you like to visit? What kind of shopping do you do? If it rains this weekend. • Keep a copy for yourself to mark on any comments about how the children found the activity.
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7 I’m a writer and an actor and… 8 I’ve been here since I was about fifteen. Hussein been in London? 3 What is Karim’s job? 4 Where is Carnaby Street? 5 Which famous writer lived in Hampstead village? 6 What is the name of the market in Electric Avenue? © Santillana Educación S. 3 Read the questions.L.DVD worksheet Name: Class: 1 Write a list of five things that you can find in a big city. too./Richmond Publishing 2009 PHOTOCOPIABLE 29 . Watch and tick (✓) the things you hear. fish… 5 Hampstead village is very special. 2 Chinatown in London is the biggest in the UK. 3 It's a Bengali area. Hussein Michael Karim Errol Spike Rusty John Foley 1 You’ve got a good sports centre if you want to swim. 1 What is London full of? 2 How long has Mr. 4 So you can get fresh vegetables. 6 It’s got some fun cafés. then watch again and answer. Victoria Mr. 2 Who says what? Watch and choose.
she’s sixty years old. 3 These are beautiful! 4 In my family we have five people. who’d like some 3 How about a 4 We recently got a 5 Has 6 It’s for your birthday! ? of champagne? in our family. © Santillana Educación S.Extension worksheet 2DVD worksheet Name: 1 Write the celebrations that are popular in your country. I’m starving.L. 3 Who says what? Watch and choose. Kevin Shima Robert Grandma Victoria 1 Tell me something you’ve done with your family recently. 1 What wonderful 2 Now. 5 Great. got some cake and champagne? ’s birthday today. 2 Victoria’s mum cooked a wonderful meal. Class: 2 Watch and complete the sentences./Richmond Publishing 2009 PHOTOCOPIABLE 30 .
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There’s a cow. I’m twelve years old and I enjoy horse riding. Two. There are goats. Three. Charlotte: Mum. Russell: Oh. I’m Charlotte. My age is nine and my favourite hobby is gymnastics. Alex: My name’s Alex Rodriguez. I’ll be thirteen. Scene 2 In Car Charlotte: This is my brother. Russell’s eleven. Russell: I like football. Charlotte: I have four guinea pigs. My go. my name’s Lizzy. Sixteen. Their names are Bill and Ben. I’m eleven and my favourite hobby is singing. and her name is Tabatha. And I can sing. Soon. This is my mum. I’m twelve years old and my favourite hobby is singing. mum! Mum: How are you? Charlotte: Great! Russell: Fabulous! Charlotte: Hi. Twenty. Scene 3 Word Spot Russell: One. a hamster. You can touch him. can we feed them? Mum: No. Scene 2 Feeding the animals Russell: These are rheas. Charlotte: Come and look! It’s Prudence the pig. I’m eleven years old and my favourite hobby is magic. Matthew: Hi. Lizzy: I’ve got a hamster. He’s our iguana. I’m Izzy. Charlotte: My name’s Charlotte. Nine. There are rabbits. Charlotte: Can I touch it? Trish: Yes. Nicolas: I like spiders.DVD script Unit 1 Scene 1 Outside School Kids: OK. My hobby’s football. Russell: What’s that? Trish: These are dragons. There’s a donkey. darlings. I’m reading Harry Potter. what’s that? Trish: That’s Arthur. But you can milk the goats. Charlene: I’ve got a cat with only one eye. Twelve. Eleven. Scene 5 Vox Pop Charlotte: How old are you? What’s your hobby? Lauren: Hi. Seven. There’s a llama. Little Crabtree. Daisy: I haven’t got any pets. Charlotte: Hi. Charlotte: Come on. Can we go now? Charlotte: Surprise! © Santillana Educación S. I love computer games! This one’s great. Eight. We’re playing computer games. come here. my name’s Daisy. Matthew: I have a dog called Charlie. I’m nine and my favourite hobby is dancing. Daisy: Hi. He looks sad. Fourteen. I play the clarinet. I’m Lucy. Number 12. Scene 4 Bedroom Russell: This is Charlotte’s room. I’m twelve. a cat and some fish. Seventeen. Nicolas: My name’s Nicolas. Ten. I am age ten and my favourite hobby is drawing. And mum? Here we are! This is our home. Five. Charlotte: It’s cold. they can bite. Her name’s Jacky. I’m twelve years old and I like swimming. Mum: Hi. Charlotte: My hobby’s reading. Lizzy: Hello./Richmond Publishing 2009 PHOTOCOPIABLE 33 . I’m Lauren.L. Katherine: My name’s Katherine. Lucy: Hi. I’m twelve years old and my favourite hobby is roller skating. Unit 2 Scene 1 Holmbush Farm Russell: This is Holmbush Farm. There’s a horse. Fifteen. Alright. my name is Matthew. I am twelve and I like swimming. Russell. Scene 4 Vox pop Russell: What pets have you got? Lauren: I have a pet cat. Phil. Six. Bye! See you tomorrow. and her own TV. Eighteen. Scene 5 Reptile House Russell: What’s that? Trish: This is a python. Charlotte: Dragons! Russell: Oh. Nineteen. of course you can. I am ten and my hobby is climbing trees. Izzy: Hi. Charlotte: How big will he grow? Trish: He’ll grow to about two metres. I like music. Four. Now. Sam: My name’s Sam and I’m twelve years old and my hobby is playing on my computer games. Charlene: My name’s Charlene. Scene 3 Word spot Russell: There’s a pig. Russell. See you. Thirteen. She’s got a Playstation. and I like him very much. Russell: It’s dangerous! Trish: It’s not dangerous.
Alex: I like pizza and chips. This is the greengrocer’s. You can borrow books. thanks. And this is the post office. The food’s vegetarian. It’s bigger than mine. You go into the hall and there are the stairs to the first floor. I hate broccoli and… brussels sprouts. He lives with his parents. It only takes me five minutes from my flat. Green. doughnuts and especially pasta. Charlene: I like Chinese food and pizza. Here’s Victoria’s. Both: No. It’s delicious. Here’s Victoria’s bedroom. I prefer living in London because all my friends are there. not like me. It’s a beautiful square. Yellow. It’s bigger than mine. My kitchen’s small. It’s cloudy and dull. that’s my grandma’s bungalow over there. In our flat the bath and the loo are in one room. Shima: My friend Jimmy lives in that detached house over there. In one day! Scene 3 Vox pop Russell: What food do you like? Lauren: I like Chinese food. This is my local library. I hate beans. Victoria: Right. Scene 4 Word spot Russell: What colour is it? Red. really.L. that’s a cottage. Russell: It’s rainy! Charlotte: It’s snowing! Charlotte: That’s England. things that stay open all twentyfour hours. London’s good because it has things to do. Sean’s family live in that terraced house. read newspapers and magazines and you can borrow CDs and even videos to watch at home. He’s crazy about his garden. rain and snow. She feels happy in a one-storey house. In Brighton there isn’t such a variety of things to do. I live in a basement flat. There are trains every twenty minutes. © Santillana Educación S. She’s really tidy. Victoria: What’s your neighbourhood like? Shima: I love it because all my friends live nearby. I hate bananas. Victoria: What are those buildings? Shima: That’s the local council estate. Daisy: I like pizza and chocolate. Lucy: I like pizza and pasta. White. Michael: I live in Hampstead in North London. She’s got quite a big house with four bedrooms. Unit 4 Scene 1 The newsagent Charlotte: Hello! Bina: Hello! Charlotte: Could I have Mizz. that sounds like a good idea. Do you want to go for a walk? Shima: Yeah. Scene 2 Word spot Charlotte: What’s the weather like? It’s sunny. I hate vegetables. Bina: Thank you. Sam: I like curry and pizza. Just a cooker and a fridge. It’s easier to get to the West End where the clubs and the restaurants are. Black. Not a very nice day today. The difference between Ealing and Hampstead primarily is that Hampstead is better located. Now. Blue. Matthew: I like pizza. Dumani’s uncle lives in that semi-detached house. really expensive. The local shops are nearby. There’s also a theatre and lots of clubs and discos./Richmond Publishing 2009 PHOTOCOPIABLE 34 . Zoe: I used to live in London. please? Bina: Anything else? Russell: Erm… Bina: Anything else? Charlotte: No. I hate broccoli.DVD script Unit 3 Shima: Victoria’s neighbourhood’s really nice. Oh. please? Russell: And can I have the Beano. My bedroom’s quite small. It’s open late which is great for me and it’s also open on Sundays. Here’s the station. Cloud. I hate ice cream. The living room’s really nice and it’s got a fireplace. Katherine: I like spaghetti and cheese. There’s the bathroom with the loo and a shower.
please. Flavin. And we’re in Soho which is right in the very heart of London. It has a great choice of restaurants. and I’d like to say that she’s been a wonderful wife. my father and my sister. Victoria: London’s full of Indians. sixty years old. Victoria: People observe their national traditions here: national dress. roast potatoes and broccoli and finally the cake. There have been many writers and artists living here or working here or visiting here and one of the most famous who lived here was Robert Louis Stevenson. It’s a Bengali area. a marvellous mother and a lovely grandmother. Victoria: You know my family. we’re in Brixton. which was quite exciting. And we still have a lot of different nationalities coming in and visiting us. Grandpa: How do you do? Shima: How do you do? Victoria: And this is grandma. Kevin: Not much has really happened in our family at the moment. Chinatown in London is the biggest in the UK. Every Londoner has his or her own village. you mustn’t say that loud or it won’t come true. fish… Victoria: This is Carnaby Street in Central London. please. John Foley: I’m a writer and an actor and I’ve been living in Hampstead for about four and a half years. Victoria: This is Hampstead Village. Victoria: Finally. my mum. It’s a super place to live. my mother. Mrs. Shima: Victoria’s mum cooked a wonderful meal. Blow out the candles. everybody. You’ve got some really good clubs like the Ritz. Everybody: Hello. Hampstead village is very special. the author of Treasure Island and many other wonderful adventure stories. There are lots of people from all around the world here. Errol: Living in Brixton’s pretty good. What wonderful weather for your birthday! Grandma: These are beautiful! How kind of you. my dad and my two sisters. In the sixties it was the centre of London fashion. Unit 6 Shima: Hi. Victoria: Hi. I’m the managing director of an Asian supermarket which is based in Brick Lane. Alphabet. which is not far from here. It’s the centre of London Afro Caribbean community. isn’t it? Mr. who’d like some cake? Robert: Me. dad. Shima: Happy birthday. Victoria: How many people in your family? Chris: In my family we have four people. cinemas. darling. Victoria: This is Shima. So you can get fresh vegetables. hair styles and of course local food. Everybody: Oh. Dad: Has everybody got some cake and champagne? Everybody: Yes. Grandpa: It’s grandma’s birthday today. Nice. my mum. Grandma: This is for your mother. Shima: Hi. I’ve been in this country for twenty-seven years. please? Dad: Of course you can. Salmon for starters. the birthday girl. Victoria: Tell me something you’ve done with your family recently. You have got a lot of nice places to eat. there. darling. look! Victoria: Happy birthday. Now. I live in Hampstead in North London. shall we eat? Robert: Great. Could you pass it to her. You’ve got a good sports centre if you want to go for a swim. Chris: We recently got a dog in my family. Mum: Well. Oh. It’s got some fun cafés too. And so I will propose a toast to the most wonderful grandma in all the world. Karim: I live in Whitechapel. Michael: My name is Michael Kenny. Victoria: Come in. Pakistanis. Happy birthday! Everybody: Happy birthday! © Santillana Educación S. This shop sells Indian sarees. Thank you so much. Grandma: Thank you. Electric is the home of Brixton market. Rusty: I live in Brixton Hill. Wish. Hussein: I live in the East of London. I’m Spike and you’re sitting in my restaurant./Richmond Publishing 2009 PHOTOCOPIABLE 35 . this is grandpa. please? Robert: I’d like a big slice. I’ve been here since I was about fifteen. Grandma: I wish… Mum: No. Indira: In the summer me and my family went for a family holiday to France. This is a very special area for us. Kevin: In my family we have five people. home of artists and writers. then roast chicken. Dad: How about a glass of champagne? Mum: Can I have a big glass. There’s me.L. brother. They’ve all got speciality shops.DVD script Unit 5 Victoria: London is a city of villages. like John. It’s still a popular tourist spot. I’m starving. the Fridge. Spike: Hello. I’m buying a bindi. it’s Victoria’s grandmother’s sixtieth birthday. which is about five minutes away from Brick Lane. Victoria: Right. Grandma: There. Afro Caribbeans.
Nine o’clock./Richmond Publishing 2009 PHOTOCOPIABLE 36 . They’ve got DVDs.DVD script Unit 7 Scene 1 School Garden Russell: We’re at school. Mum’s not. There’s skipping. please? Russell: Me too. Scene 4 Cds Charlotte: I want to buy this CD. It’s break time. Daisy: My favourite sport is swimming. clothes and jewellery. Yippee! break time. It’s smart. Scene 5 Bowling Russell: I love bowling. Scene 3 Vox Pop Russell: What do you like buying? Lauren: I like buying clothes and shoes. Ten-thirty. Lucy: My favourite sport is tennis. please. Mum. Lucy: I like buying clothes and CDs. We’re going bowling! Scene 4 Vox pop Russell: What’s your favourite sport? Lauren: My favourite sport is running. we’re going shopping. Time for lunch. Lizzy: I like buying CDs. Time to get up. They’ve even got videos. Scene 2 Virgin Megastore Russell: This is Virgin Megastore. Alex: My favourite sport is football. I love this cap. Mum: No. They’ve got CDs.L. Mum: I’m very good at bowling! Unit 8 Scene 1 Shopping Mall Charlotte: Hi. Russell: This jacket’s nice. can I have this CD. Break’s over. Charlene: I like buying clothes. Time to go home. Then. I’m really good at it. There’s hopscotch. Sam: I love buying trainers. I want to buy a CD. This is our local shopping mall. Mum: This skirt’s nice. please! Mum: No. we play in the playground. There’s basketball. Look at the clothes. There’s football. Back to class. We eat in the garden. Charlotte: I like this top and it fits! © Santillana Educación S. Russell: Check out these trainers. Charlotte: We’re going to the market now. Charlotte: I like this top. Sam: My favourite sport is ice hockey. Russell: Mum. It’s my favourite. can I have this CD. jewellery and chocolate. Charlotte: Mum. Half past three. First we have lunch. Mum: Come on! Scene 5 Word spot Russell: This is the market. Daisy: I like buying sweets. They’ve got everything here. Mum: No. Scene 3 Word spot Russell: Seven o’clock. Time for school. Nicholas: My favourite sport is volleyball. Alex: I like buying computer games and magazines. I have a lunch box. But it’s expensive. please? Mum: No. There’s a yo-yo. very nice. Cameraman: You can do it! One more time! Russell: Twelve-thirty. Scene 2 Playground Russell: There’s dancing.
L. 6 Matthew has got a dog. a cat and some fish./Richmond Publishing 2009 PHOTOCOPIABLE 37 . 3 Nicolas has got a spider. 7 Lizzy has got a hamster. hamster.DVD worksheet answers Page 25 1 Child’s own answers 2 Lauren – 12 Lucy – 9 Katherine – 12 Nicolas – 10 Alex – 10 Charlene – 12 3 1 Alex 2 Matthew 3 Katherine 4 Lauren 5 Lucy 6 Charlotte Page 26 1 cow donkey pig 2 1 Lauren – cat 2 Daisy – She hasn’t got any pets. cat. 2 Daisy hasn’t got any pets. 3 Nicolas – spider 4 Charlotte . fish 5 Charlene – cat 6 Matthew – dog 7 Lizzy .guinea pig. 4 Charlotte has got four guinea pigs. 4 Child’s own answers Page 27 1 fireplace stairs bedroom 2 1 four 2 fireplace 3 smaller 4 tidy 5 flat 3 1 friends 2 uncle 3 parents 4 expensive 5 twenty 4 Child’s own answers Page 28 1 1 It’s 2 like 3 pizza 4 pasta 5 chips 2 rainy green white cool snowy yellow cloudy red sunny black 3 Child’s own answers © Santillana Educación S. a hamster. 5 Charlene has got a cat with only one eye.hamster 3 1 Lauren has got a cat.
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Page 29 1 Child’s own answers 2 1 Errol 2 Spike 3 Mr. Hussein 4 Karim 5 Michael 6 Victoria 7 John Foley 8 Rusty 3 1 Indians, Afro Caribbeans, Pakistanis. 2 For twenty-seven years. 3 He’s the managing director of an Asian supermarket. 4 In Central London. 5 Robert Louis Stevenson. 6 Brixton market. Page 30 1 Child’s own answers 2 1 weather 2 cake 3 glass 4 dog 5 everybody 6 grandma 3 1 Victoria 2 Shima 3 Grandma 4 Kevin 5 Robert Page 31 1 Child’s own answers 2 dancing football skipping basketball running swimming tennis ice hockey football 3 1 Seven o’clock. 2 Nine o’clock. 3 Ten thirty. 4 Twelve thirty. 5 Half past three. 4 1 Lauren – running 2 Daisy – swimming 3 Lucy – tennis 4 Sam – ice hockey 5 Nicholas – volleyball 6 Alex – football Page 32 1 clothes jacket skirt jeans trainers 2 1 Alex 2 Lizzy 3 Russell 4 Charlotte 5 Sam 6 Lucy 3 1 everything 2 buying 3 CD 4 expensive 5 very 6 this
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Extension worksheet 1
Name: Class: 1 Circle the correct answer to question 1. Answer questions 2 to 8. Can you... 1 walk without moving your hips? 2 jump without bending your knees? 3 throw a ball without bending your elbows? 4 catch a ball without bending your knees? 5 swim without moving your head? 6 run without moving your arms? 7 climb without bending your wrists? 8 write without bending your fingers? Yes, I can. / No, I can’t. __________________ __________________ __________________ __________________ __________________ __________________ __________________
2 Look at the pictures and complete the sentences with longer or shorter.
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longer than Anna’s neck. 1 David’s neck is __________
2 Anna’s hair is __________ than David’s hair. 3 David’s feet are __________ than Anna’s feet. 4 Anna’s legs are __________ than David’s legs. 5 David’s body is __________ than Anna’s body. 6 David’s arms are _________ than Anna’s arms. 7 Anna’s fingers are ________ than David’s fingers.
Extension worksheet 2
Name: Class: 1 Look at Eve’s exercise timetable and use the words to complete her sentences.
go swimming every day
play tennis once a week
go for a walk twice a week
do a dance class three times a week
go climbing never
go swimming once a week. 1 I _______________________________________________________________________
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2 I _______________________________________________________________________. 3 I _______________________________________________________________________. 4 I _______________________________________________________________________. 5 I _______________________________________________________________________. 2 Answer the questions about yourself. 1 Have you got long hair? 2 Have you got brown eyes? 3 Have you got freckles? 4 Have you got glasses? 5 Have you got a brace? 6 Have you got a round face? _______________________________ _______________________________ _______________________________ _______________________________ _______________________________ _______________________________
spider deer fox owl snake 1 A _______ deer lives in this forest. then choose and classify the animals. web nest skin antler prints _____________ _____________ _____________ © Santillana Educación S. wild animal and farm animal: _______________ 2 Use the words to label the clues in the picture.Extension worksheet 1 Name: 1 Look at the photos. Class: sheep 1 Farm animals: _______________ and _______________ 2 Wild animals: _______________ and _______________ 3 Pets: _______________ and _______________ 4 Farm animal and wild animal: _______________ 5 Farm animal and pet: _______________ 6 Pet and wild animal: _______________ 7 Pet. 2 An _______ lives in the tree. 41 .L. 4 A ________ lives under the bush. 5 A ________ lives under the rocks. 3 A ________ lives in the tree./Richmond Publishing 2009 PHOTOCOPIABLE _____________ _____________ • Use the words to complete the sentences.
It’s got black and white feathers.Extension worksheet 2 Name: 1 Match the birds with the classifications. © Santillana Educación S. It’s a bird of prey. 1 2 3 ___________ ___________ These birds are birds of prey. It’s longer than the owl.L. It’s longer than the robin but shorter than the owl./Richmond Publishing 2009 PHOTOCOPIABLE It’s nocturnal. Its wingspan is bigger than the robin but smaller than the magpie. These birds are swimmers. Its wingspan is only 20 cm. owl duck eagle pigeon swan swallow 2 Match two sentences with each bird. These birds are garden birds. It’s got a red breast. 42 . Class: pigeon ___________ ___________ ___________ ___________ • Label the birds.
1 A ___________ 2 A ___________ is the edge of a mountain by the sea.L. 9 A ___________ is the flat land at the edge of the sea. 6 An ___________ is land totally surrounded by water. © Santillana Educación S./Richmond Publishing 2009 PHOTOCOPIABLE airport _____________ _____________ _____________ _____________ _____________ _____________ 43 . near the sea. 3 A ___________ is a body of water that flows from the mountains to the sea. 8 A ___________ is the land between two mountains. 5 A ___________ is a body of shallow water with vegetation. volcano valley river cave cliff lake beach marsh island volcano is a dangerous mountain with lava.en io se t1 nh es tk xr Eo Extension w Name: Class: 1 Look at the picture and find the word to complete the definitions. 7 A ___________ is a hole in the side of a mountain. 4 A ___________ is a body of deep water in the middle of the land. 2 Look at the picture again and find six artificial elements.
4 The road __________________________________________./Richmond Publishing 2009 PHOTOCOPIABLE Prestwood 2010 1950 getting bigger getting smaller getting wider Prestwood 1980 getting narrower 1 The city __________________________________________. © Santillana Educación S.Extension worksheet 2 Name: 1 Look at the pictures and classify the descriptions. 1 The scene in this picture is. 44 ... 2 The river __________________________________________. 3 The marsh ________________________________________. busier 2 uglier cleaner noisier quieter more polluted more natural more modern more beautiful Class: 2 2 Use the words to describe the changes.L.
L. Class: Fruit Vegetables Cereals • Use the words to answer the questions. 1 How often do you eat vegetables? ________________________________________ 2 How often do you eat fruit? ________________________________________ 3 How often do you eat cereals? ________________________________________ 2 Look at the trays and answer the questions. 1 What is Sam going to have for tea? ________________________________________ 2 What is Eve going to have for tea? ________________________________________ 3 What are you going to have for tea? ________________________________________ Eve Sam every day once a week twice a week three times a week never © Santillana Educación S.Extension worksheet 1 Name: 1 Look and classify the food. Add more food to each category./Richmond Publishing 2009 PHOTOCOPIABLE 45 .
4 ____________ need medium temperatures and a lot of sunlight. 2 ____________ need a lot of sunlight and high temperatures.Extension worksheet 2 Name: 1 Complete the growing conditions for the plants. They need some water. pasta oranges tomatoes do does come comes much many is are rice © Santillana Educación S. They need some water. How __________ oranges ___________ there? There are _____________________________. ______________________________________ How __________ tomatoes _________ there? ______________________________________ 4 Where _____________ the pasta come from? ______________________________________ How ____________ pasta ___________ there? ______________________________________ 46 ./Richmond Publishing 2009 PHOTOCOPIABLE 1 Where ____________ the oranges come from? 3 Where __________ the tomatoes come from? Valencia The oranges ___________ from ___________. 3 ____________ need a lot of sunlight and high temperatures. complete the questions and write the answers. They only need a little water. 2 Look at the photos.L. 2 Where _______________ the rice come from? ______________________________________ How ___________ rice _____________ there? There is _______________________________. They need a lot of water. Class: tomatoes grapes beans potatoes 1 ____________ need medium temperatures and a lot of sunlight.
. 11 Skiing is the __________________ sport in the Alps. 4 Antarctica is the __________________ place on earth. 5 Mount Everest is the __________________ place on earth./Richmond Publishing 2009 PHOTOCOPIABLE 47 .Extension worksheet 1 Name: 1 Use the superlatives to complete the sentences. most beautiful coldest biggest driest smallest most boring most difficult lowest coldest widest hottest warmest Class: highest wettest most popular 1 The Pacific Ocean is the _________________. Spelling -o -ou -ue -ew -oo -oe do -ai -ea -are -ere hair © Santillana Educación S.L. 3 Ethiopia is the __________________ place on earth. 6 The Dead Sea is the __________________ place on earth. Sounds like.. 7 The Atacama desert is the __________________ place on earth. 9 The Matterhorn is the __________________ mountain to climb in the Alps. 8 Hawaii is the __________________ place on earth. 2 Write words to complete the spelling chart. _________________ and _________________ ocean. 2 The Arctic Ocean is the __________________ and __________________ ocean. 10 Salzburg is the __________________ city in the Alps. 12 February is the __________________ month in the Alps.
2 There _____________ _____________ smoke. 3 There _____________ _____________ factory. is In picture 1: isn’t are aren’t a In picture 2: some any 1 There _____________ _____________ trees. 6 There ____________ ____________ pollution. 2 Label the rubbish then match it with the correct recycling bin. 4 There _____________ _____________ birds. 7 There _____________ _____________ grass.L. dry leaves yogurt pot glass bottle jam jar plastic bottle plastic bag newspaper © Santillana Educación S. 8 There _____________ _____________ birds. 5 There _____________ ____________ factories./Richmond Publishing 2009 PHOTOCOPIABLE glass paper bag PAPER GLASS ____________ ____________ PLASTIC ORGANIC WASTE ____________ ____________ ____________ ____________ ____________ ____________ ____________ 48 .Extension worksheet 2 Name: Class: 1 Look at the pictures and use the words to complete the sentences.
/Richmond Publishing 2009 PHOTOCOPIABLE 5 _______ was Frank born? _______________ 6 _______ was Frank born? _______________ teacher 1940 London bus driver 1935 Birmingham Mary Frank 49 . Answer the questions. Where 1 _______ was Mary’s job? _______________ 2 _______ was Mary born? _______________ 3 _______ was Mary born? _______________ What When 4 _______ was Frank’s job? _______________ © Santillana Educación S. He is 150 cm tall. His favourite colour was yellow. Her favourite colour was pink. His favourite colour is red. He was 6 years old. NOW 1 2 3 4 THEN Class: She is 10 years old. He was 120 cm tall.L. She was 100 cm tall. Her favourite colour is green. She is 130 cm tall. 2 Use the words to complete the questions. She was 5 years old.Extension worksheet 1 Name: 1 Look at the pictures and number the sentences. He is 11 years old.
2 Look at the population census and answer the questions. but ______________ a bus.Extension worksheet 2 Name: 1 Look at the pictures and complete the sentences. ______________ a church and a school. ______________ lots of shops. ______________ any cars on the street. ______________a lot of shops. 1 How many people were there at number 2 Cottage Road? ______________________________________ 2 Were David and Rose Brown married? ______________________________________ 3 Was Alan Smith single? ______________________________________ 4 What was Richard Clegg’s job? ______________________________________ 5 When was Marjorie Clegg born? ______________________________________ 6 How old was William Clegg in 1942? ______________________________________ 7 How many people were there in Foxby in 1942? ______________________________________ 8 What was Rose Brown’s job? ______________________________________ © Santillana Educación S. ______________ a fountain. ______________ a restaurant. ______________ any houses. In 1970. ______________ a church.L. but ______________ a school. 1950 1970 Class: there was 1 there wasn’t there were 2 there weren’t In 1950. ______________ buses and cars on the street./Richmond Publishing 2009 PHOTOCOPIABLE 50 .
/Richmond Publishing 2009 PHOTOCOPIABLE 2 Look at the photos and complete the word lists. ______________. 6 We use a ______________ for sending e-mails and using the Internet. 5 We use a ______________ for listening to the news. 4 We use a ______________ for taking photos.L. ______________. 2 We use a ______________ for talking to our friends when we aren’t at home. 7 We use a ______________ for printing documents. 51 . ______________. 3 We use a ______________ for playing games. Class: printer telephone radio computer game console mobile phone camera 1 We use a ______________ for talking to our friends when we are at home. Invented after 1950 ______________. © Santillana Educación S. ______________. ______________.Extension worksheet 1 Name: 1 Look at the photos and complete the definitions. Invented before 1950 ______________.
Before the Kodak. donated designed worked was loved invented died lived was Class: discovered developed George Eastman ______________ born in 1854. It ______________ a very important invention in the history of cameras. He ______________ in a bank but he ______________ photography.Extension worksheet 2 Name: 1 Use the words to complete the text. 2 __________________________________ She lived in the UK. In 1900 he ______________ a camera for children. He ______________ a technique for a new type of film and he ______________ the Kodak camera. He ______________ in 1932. photographers ______________ their own photos./Richmond Publishing 2009 PHOTOCOPIABLE 2 Write the questions about Ada Byron. 5 __________________________________ She invented the first computer program.L. 52 . 4 __________________________________ She worked with Charles Babbage. He ______________ in the USA. 3 __________________________________ She worked in the UK. George Eastman ______________ his fortune to education. 1 __________________________________ Ada Byron was born in 1815. © Santillana Educación S.
Seshat had a woman’s body and a star on her head. Khephera was an Egyptian god. She __________________________________ _________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________. 53 . 1 Which continent is Egypt in? ___________________________________________________________ 2 What is the capital of Egypt? ___________________________________________________________ 3 What is the official language in Egypt? ___________________________________________________ 4 What was the name of the alphabet that the ancient Egyptians used? __________________________ 5 What was the name of the ancient Egyptian kings? __________________________________________ 6 What is the climate like? _______________________________________________________________ 7 What is the name of the river that flows through Egypt? _____________________________________ 8 Who discovered Tutenkhamun’s tomb? __________________________________________________ 9 Who was the sky goddess? ____________________________________________________________ 2 Match the descriptions with the Egyptian gods.Extension worksheet 1 Name: 1 Answer the questions about Egypt. Horus had a man’s body and a bird’s head. 4 © Santillana Educación S. Heket was an Egyptian goddess. He ____________________________________ _________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________.L./Richmond Publishing 2009 PHOTOCOPIABLE • Complete the missing descriptions. 1 3 Class: Anubis had a man’s body and a dog’s head. 2 Anqet had a woman’s body and feathers in her hair.
Extension worksheet 2 Name: Class: 1 Use the past tense of the verbs in the box to complete the text. The slaves on the boats ______________ very hard. _____________________________________________________________________________ 5 They drank wine and beer. They ______________ leather sandals and fine jewellery. They ______________ in beautiful boats and ______________ up and down the Nile. Howard Carter ______________ the tomb of the young pharaoh. _____________________________________________________________________________ 3 They wore leather sandals and long skirts./Richmond Publishing 2009 PHOTOCOPIABLE 54 . they didn’t live in workers' villages. there ______________ a lot of gold and there ______________ treasures and baskets of food. Tutenkhamun. _____________________________________________________________________________ 6 They had a very good life.L. They ________________________________________. _____________________________________________________________________________ © Santillana Educación S. wear be live make have go work eat drink dance sit be find In 1922. _____________________________________________________________________________ 4 They ate meat and fish. No. 2 They worked in the palaces. 2 Correct the sentences. They ______________ the food and they ______________ for the pharaohs. 1 The farmers lived in workers' villages. They ______________ in palaces and they ______________ wonderful food and ______________ good wine. The pharaohs in ancient Egypt ______________ a very good life. In the tomb.
1 These birds are birds of prey. sparrow It’s got black and white feathers. I do a dance class twice a week. magpie It’s a bird of prey. sparrow It’s longer than the owl.Extension worksheet answers Page 39 1 Child’s own answers 2 1 longer 2 shorter 3 longer 4 shorter 5 longer 6 longer 7 shorter Page 40 1 Page 42 1 These birds are garden birds. robin Its wingspan is bigger than the robin but smaller than the magpie.L. 2 Child’s own answers Page 41 1 1 sheep 2 3 4 5 6 7 2 cow fox deer cat dog duck rabbit parrot horse deer owl spider fox snake © Santillana Educación S. owl Its wingspan is only 20 cm. I never go climbing. owl It’s got a red breast. magpie 1 2 3 4 5 I go swimming once a week. robin It’s longer than the robin but shorter than the owl. I go for a walk every day. I play tennis three times a week./Richmond Publishing 2009 PHOTOCOPIABLE 1 2 3 4 5 55 . 3 1 pigeon swallow 2 eagle owl 3 duck swan 2 It’s nocturnal. 2 These birds are swimmers.
is. much. There is a packet. much. does. 2 The river is getting narrower. They come from Morocco.Extension worksheet answers Page 43 1 Page 45 1 Fruit: apples. 3 The marsh is getting smaller. 4 The road is getting wider.L. © Santillana Educación S. come. are. many. rice. six oranges 2 does. an apple and some biscuits. grapes Vegetables: lettuce. a packet 3 do. 2 Eve is going to have some juice. The pasta comes from Italy. is./Richmond Publishing 2009 PHOTOCOPIABLE 56 . 1 2 3 4 2 potatoes grapes tomatoes beans 1 do. It comes from China. bananas. 4 There are four tomatoes. a pear and a sandwich. Child’s own answers Page 46 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 volcano cliff river lake marsh island cave valley beach 2 airport windmill bridge factory power station railway Page 44 1 busier: 2 uglier: 2 cleaner: 1 noisier: 2 quieter: 1 more polluted: 2 more natural: 1 more modern: 2 more beautiful: 1 2 1 The city is getting bigger. green beans. biscuits Child’s own answers 2 1 He is going to have some milk. carrots Cereals: bread. many. are.
No. There weren’t. 4 2 1 What. 1 Her favourite colour is green. There were.Extension worksheet answers Page 47 1 Page 49 1 She is 10 years old. She was born in London. 4 Her favourite colour was pink. No. There were 63 people. She was a teacher. © Santillana Educación S. He was a farmer. There weren’t. 2 He is 150 cm tall. Page 50 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 warmest. 1 She is 130 cm tall. 3 He was 6 years old. he wasn't. She was born in 1933. they weren’t. He was born in 1935. widest. there were 2 2 plastic bag-plastic paper bag-paper jam jar-glass yogurt pot-plastic dry leaves-organic waste glass-glass plastic bottle-plastic glass bottle-glass newspaper-paper 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 There were five people. smallest hottest coldest highest lowest driest wettest most difficult most beautiful most popular most boring 2 Child’s own answers Page 48 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 are some isn’t any isn’t a are some are some is some isn’t any aren’t any 1 there was. He was five. He was a bus driver. There was./Richmond Publishing 2009 PHOTOCOPIABLE 57 . 3 His favourite colour was yellow. She was a teacher. There were 2 there was. 2 His favourite colour is red. 5 When. 1 He is 11 years old. 2 When. biggest coldest. There wasn’t. 4 He was 120 cm tall. 6 Where. 3 Where. there was. there wasn’t. 3 She was 5 years old. 4 What. 2 She was 100 cm tall.L. She was born in 1940. He was born in Birmingham.
there was a lot of gold and there were treasures and baskets of food. they didn’t drink wine and beer. © Santillana Educación S./Richmond Publishing 2009 PHOTOCOPIABLE 58 . games console Page 52 1 George Eastman was born in 1854. In the tomb. Nile Howard Carter Nut Anubis Anqet Seshat Horus 1 2 3 4 Khephera was an Egyptian god. camera Invented after 1950: mobile phone. They lived in palaces and they ate wonderful food and drank good wine. Tutenkhamun. 2 1 lived in huts. 2 1 When was Ada Byron born? 2 Where did she live? 3 Where did she work? 4 Who did she work with? 5 What did she invent? 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 2 Egypt is in Africa. They drank water.Extension worksheet answers Page 51 1 Page 53 1 telephone mobile phone game console camera radio computer printer 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 2 Invented before 1950: telephone. They sat in beautiful boats and went up and down the Nile. The official language is Arabic. Before the Kodak. She had a woman’s body and a frog’s head. printer.L. George Eastman donated his fortune to education. radio. He had a man’s body and a beetle's head. He discovered a technique for a new type of film and he invented the Kodak camera. Heket was an Egyptian goddess. they didn’t eat meat and fish. It was a very important invention in the history of cameras. The slaves on the boats worked very hard. photographers developed their own photos. 4 No. The capital is Cairo. He died in 1932. In 1900 he designed a camera for children. They wore grass sandals and short skirts. They wore leather sandals and fine jewellery. They worked hard. 5 No. Page 54 1 In 19211. They ate bread and fruit. 6 No. They worked in farms. The pharaohs in ancient Egypt had a very good life. they didn’t work in palaces. Howard Carter found the tomb of the young pharaoh. Hieroglyphics Pharaohs The weather is hot and dry. they didn’t wear leather sandals and long skirts. computer. they didn’t have a very good life. 2 No. They made the food and they danced for the pharaohs. 3 No. He worked in a bank but he loved photography. He lived in the USA.
My verb chart Name: 1 Look and number.L./Richmond Publishing 2009 PHOTOCOPIABLE 10 go skateboarding 11 go skating 12 go sailing i j k l 59 . a b Newcomers worksheet Class: c d e 1 read 2 walk 3 play tennis 4 have a shower f 5 play football 6 clean your teeth 7 watch TV 8 do homework 9 h recycle C g © Santillana Educación S.
4 Javier likes / doesn’t like ICT. circle and match. Find./Richmond Publishing 2009 PHOTOCOPIABLE 2 Look and circle.Can you remember? Name: 1 Wordsearch. 3 Pablo likes / doesn’t like PE. Newcomers worksheet Class: X S I C T G S P F A F Q D R S G E V R T F G X L U C I B H P S S P J H T R W Z E S N A G Q P S N K X I L O M P J L Z A T H S U Q H S L C V H C P B B V H L B H X C © Santillana Educació Educación S. 60 . 2 Lucy likes / doesn’t like English.L. 1 Eva likes / doesn’t like Maths.
3 I always / sometimes go to school on foot. • Now complete the sentences. Lucy never goes on foot. I catch the eight o'clock train every day. 1 James goes to school __________________.L. Richard and Lucy never go by bus. 4 I always / never go to school by bus. 3 Richard goes to school __________________. And sometimes I go by car. James and Richard never go on foot or by train. 5 I always / never go to school on Sundays! © Santillana Educación S. 2 Read and circle./Richmond Publishing 2009 PHOTOCOPIABLE 61 . 1 I always / never go to school on foot. I always go by bus. Julia never goes by car. James Lucy Richard Julia James and Lucy never go to school by car. bus or train. 2 Lucy goes to school __________________.Out and about Name: Newcomers worksheet Class: 1 How do they go to school? Read and complete. 2 I never / always go to school by car. I always go on foot. 4 Julia goes to school __________________.
write and match. 5 There aren't any apples.Food and drink Name: 1 Unscramble. 1 geanor iceju a Newcomers worksheet Class: ___________________ 2 gsapre b ___________________ 3 egsg c orange juice ___________________ 4 walonrmete d ___________________ 5 lipoplol e ___________________ 2 Look and circle: True or false? © Santillana Educación S. 4 There are some eggs. True / False True / False True / False True / False True / False 62 .L. 2 There aren't any grapes. 3 There isn't any watermelon./Richmond Publishing 2009 PHOTOCOPIABLE 1 There is some cheese.
1 big a short © Santillana Educación S. 1 2 Newcomers worksheet Class: 5 1 2 6 4 3 3 6 5 7 4 7 8 8 2 Look and match the opposites.Amazing animals Name: 1 Complete the crossword.L./Richmond Publishing 2009 PHOTOCOPIABLE 2 fast b small 3 long c short 4 tall d light 5 heavy e slow 63 .
/Richmond Publishing 2009 PHOTOCOPIABLE Do _________________________ _________________________ _________________________ _________________________ Don't _________________________ _________________________ _________________________ _________________________ 64 . Have showers. match and write. Throw rubbish on the street. Leave the lights on.Green city Name: 1 Unscramble. Throw rubbish in the bin. Have baths. Switch the lights off. Newcomers worksheet Class: 1 ewnsaprep a ___________________ 2 nac b ___________________ 3 ottleb c ___________________ 4 plsatci agb d newspaper ___________________ 5 nib e ___________________ 2 Read and categorise. © Santillana Educación S. Throw away plastic bags.L. Recycle.
and so is my uncle. Complete with was or were. My brother is very tall. 1 2 Newcomers worksheet Class: 4 5 6 7 8 3 Hi! I'm Anna! This is my family! My father is tall and he's got short black hair./Richmond Publishing 2009 PHOTOCOPIABLE 2 Read about Anna’s granny. The Rolling Stones 2__________ there! They 3__________ my favourite band! I 4__________ with my friends. It 5__________ a hot and sunny day. and so does my granny. She's got long blond hair. I 6__________ very happy! 65 . My sister is short and she’s got short hair. My uncle has got long blond hair. Judy and George. He wears glasses. My mother is short. This is me in 1967! I 1__________ at a music festival. 1 ___________________________________ 2 ___________________________________ 3 ___________________________________ 4 ___________________________________ 5 ___________________________________ aunt 6 ___________________________________ 7 ___________________________________ 8 ___________________________________ © Santillana Educación S. My cousin wears glasses.L.Fantastic families Name: 1 Who’s who? Read and write.
I’m going to wear a ________________________________. I’m going to wear a _____________ and _______________. Newcomers worksheet Class: 1 ___________________ 4 ___________________ 2 ___________________ 5 ___________________ 3 ___________________ 6 ___________________ 2 What are they going to wear? Look. read and complete. 66 .Holidays Name: 1 Look and label./Richmond Publishing 2009 PHOTOCOPIABLE 2 I’m going to Scotland. 1 I’m going to Mexico. © Santillana Educación S. 4 I’m going to run in the park. I’m going to wear a _____________ and _______________. shorts and a T-shirt I’m going to wear a ________________________________. 3 I’m going to a party.L.
L. c grapes.Newcomers worksheet answers Page 59 1 Page 61 1 c e a h b j l d k i f g 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 1 2 3 4 2 by bus by train by car on foot never never sometimes never never 1 2 3 4 5 Page 62 1 Page 60 1 Art English Spanish ICT PE Maths 2 1 doesn’t like 2 likes 3 likes 4 doesn’t like 1 2 3 4 5 2 orange juice. d eggs./Richmond Publishing 2009 PHOTOCOPIABLE 67 . b True False False True False 1 2 3 4 5 © Santillana Educación S. a lollipop. e watermelon.
1 2 3 4 5 6 2 tracksuit T-shirt socks trainers dress boots shorts and a T-shirt. jumper. e bin. trousers dress tracksuit.Newcomers worksheet answers Page 63 1 Page 65 1 ostrich monkey leopard giraffe elephant tiger whale shark big – small fast – slow long – short tall – short heavy – light 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 2 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 2 father mother sister brother granny aunt uncle cousin was were were was was was 1 2 3 4 5 1 2 3 4 5 6 Page 64 1 1 2 3 4 5 newspaper. Have baths. Switch the lights off. Have showers. Throw rubbish on the street.L. Don’t: Leave the lights on. c bottle. a Page 66 1 2 Do: Throw rubbish in the bin. Recycle. Throw away plastic bags./Richmond Publishing 2009 PHOTOCOPIABLE 68 . d can. trainers 1 2 3 4 © Santillana Educación S. b plastic bag.
© Santillana Educación S. They all do one sport in common. The two girls go swimming. head elbows ribs hips knees neck toes fingers wrists ankles 2 Read the text and complete the chart.Ready to read Name: 1 Use the words to complete the sentences. 4 My _____________ are between my hands and my arms. 8 My _____________ are at the bottom of my spine. Eve and Sam go cycling. The boys and one of the girls play football. 3 My _____________ are at the end of my feet. The boys and one of the girls do karate. but not Eve or Sam. 7 My _____________ joins my head to my body. Class: ankles 1 My _____________ are between my feet and my legs. All the children do four different sports. 9 My _____________ is at the top of my spine. 10 My _____________ protect my heart and lungs. 6 My _____________ are at the end of my hands. A boy and a girl do gymnastics.L./Richmond Publishing 2009 PHOTOCOPIABLE Eve play tennis play football do karate do gymnastics go swimming go cycling Sam David Anna • Which sport do all the children do? _________________________ 69 . but not Anna. 2 My _____________ are in the middle of my legs. 5 My _____________ are in the middle of my arms. but not Eve.
She ______________ the animals to the shelter. Zara ______________ the animals in feeds the shelter. she ______________ the new animals. Class: dogs foxes bats 1 We look after them and we love them. They don’t live with us.L./Richmond Publishing 2009 PHOTOCOPIABLE 3 We don’t look after them and we don’t eat them. They don’t hunt for their food and they don’t fly. examines drives takes feeds gives puts washes takes Every morning.Ready to read Name: 1 Read the sentences and write the names of the animals. They live with us dogs and they are useful. she ______________ the animals for a walk. Then she feeds the animals again and ______________ them in cages. Then she ______________ her van and she looks for lost animals. Then she ______________ them and checks them for a chip. Then she ______________ the new animals food and water. 70 . They don’t fly and they live in the cities and the countryside. ______________ 2 Use the words to complete the text. ______________ 4 They are nocturnal and they hunt for their food. They are nocturnal and they fly. _______________ © Santillana Educación S. In the evening. In the afternoon. We don’t eat them. They aren’t nocturnal. ______________ 2 cows We look after them and we eat them.
8 Wells and dams are for communications / water. 9 The Equator and the Arctic Circle are imaginary / real elements on a map. 6 The people are leaving the town.Ready to read Name: 1 Read the sentences and number the pictures. 71 . 7 Power stations and windmills are for communications / energy. 3 2 Rocks are comming out of the volcano. © Santillana Educación S. 3 Lava is liquid rock / solid rock flowing down the side of a volcano. 5 The buildings are burning. 4 The trees are burning. 1 Smoke is coming out of the crater./Richmond Publishing 2009 PHOTOCOPIABLE 2 Read the sentences and circle the correct words.L. 1 A volcano produces fast / slow changes to the landscape. 6 Airports and motorways are for communications / energy. 2 Cliff erosion produces fast / slow changes to the landscape. 10 The coastline and the mountains are imaginary / real elements on a map. Class: Lava is flowing down the side of the volcano. 4 Motorways and power stations are natural / artificial elements in a landscape. 5 Forests and rivers are natural / artificial elements in a landscape.
1 Bob’s going to plant tomatoes in May. 8 He’s going to pick tomatoes in September. I eat meat every day and fish once a week. I eat fish once a week and meat three times a week. 4 He’s going to pick strawberries in July. I eat vegetables once a week and fruit three times a week. 2 He isn’t going to pick carrots in June. read the sentences and circle T (true) or F (false). Sam I eat vegetables every day but I never eat fruit.Ready to read Name: Class: 1 Look at the gardening plans. ______________ every day ______________ ______________ ______________ once a week three times a week © Santillana Educación S.L. T F T F T F T F T F T F T F T F 2 Read the speech bubbles and write the names in the chart. Bob I eat fruit every day and vegetables three times a week. 3 He’s going to plant potatoes in October. I eat meat once a week and I never eat fish. Eve I never eat fruit but I eat vegetables three times a week./Richmond Publishing 2009 PHOTOCOPIABLE never I never eat meat but I eat fish every day. 6 He isn’t going to pick potatoes in April. Anna 72 . 5 He isn’t going to plant beans in May. 7 He’s going to plant strawberries in September.
some buildings and some fields. Ships and farms pollutes / pollute the ______________. There is a plane. There isn’t any water. there are some people and there is some traffic. There is some water and there are some ships. ______________pollution. There is a road and there is a building. There are some factories and there is some smoke. There is the sea and the coast. the ______________ and the ______________. There are some fields but there isn't a river. There is land and water. Planes and traffic pollutes / pollute the ______________.L. Smog pollutes / pollute the air. ______________ pollution and ______________ pollution. The factories pollutes / pollute the ______________./Richmond Publishing 2009 PHOTOCOPIABLE There are some roads. Then circle the correct forms of the verb. There is a river and there are some mountains. 1 2 3 4 © Santillana Educación S. air water land 2 Read and number the texts.Ready to read Name: Class: 1 Use the words to complete the text. 73 . There aren’t any roads. Rubbish pollutes / pollute the ______________ and the ______________. There aren’t any vehicles. There are three main types of pollution.
My stepmother is called Jane and my stepfather is called George. Between the doctor and the builder there was a banker. 2 __________ 4 __________ 6 __________ 8 __________ 7 5 3 1 __________ __________ Sam __________ __________ __________ On my street there was a doctor at number 1. I’ve got a half sister called Rose. Next to the builder there was a housewife.L. Opposite the banker there was teacher and between the teacher and the electrician there was a journalist.Ready to read Name: 1 Read the text and complete Sam’s family tree. Class: _____________ _____________ _____________ __________ 2 Read the text and label the street./Richmond Publishing 2009 PHOTOCOPIABLE __________ __________ 74 . I’ve got a brother called Luke. © Santillana Educación S. Next door to the teacher there was a shopkeeper. Then I’ve got a step-brother called Tony and a step-sister called Molly.
© Santillana Educación S. In 1968 Baer invented the video games console. This was a very early invention. Gutenberg invented the printing press in 1439. She invented the television. Her father was the director of the University / hospital. Hypatia studied Science / Art. She was in born in Cairo / Alexandria in about 370 BC / AD./Richmond Publishing 2009 PHOTOCOPIABLE 75 . Then she worked as a doctor / teacher.Ready to read Name: Class: 1 Read the text and label the timeline with the dates and the inventions.L. Marconi invented the radio in 1900 and Baird invented the television in 1926. 1439 ______ ______ ______ ______ ______ ______ 1983 _________ _________ _________ _________ _________ _________ _________ _________ 2 Read the text and circle the correct options. not for work. Hypatia was a pagan / Christian and some people were angry with her. She travelled to Australia / Athens and Italy. Bell invented the telephone in 1870 but the mobile telephone wasn’t invented until 1983. but for entertainment. Hypatia was also an inventor / explorer. Hypatia of Alexandria was the first woman astronomer / doctor. In the 19th century there were lots of inventions in the area of communications. Before that Scholes invented the typewriter in 1868 and Edison invented the light bulb in 1879. planesphere and hydroscope. telephone and camera / the astrolabe. In 415 AD / BC they killed her.
Then he found another door and behind that door he found a huge sarcophagus made of gold. Class: On the 4th of November 1922. Then he found another door and behind that door he found beds./Richmond Publishing 2009 PHOTOCOPIABLE 2 Read the text and label the pictures.L. © Santillana Educación S. After that there were the noblemen and then the scribes. Inside the chamber he found children’s games. Finally there were the farmers. After the scribes there were the other workers like the artisans. chairs. and statues of animals. Inside the sarcophagus he found a golden death mask and Tutenkhamun’s mummy. Howard Carter discovered Tutenkhamun’s tomb. The gods and goddesses were at the top of the pyramid. Then he found another door! Behind that door he found chests with jewels and gold.Ready to read Name: 1 Read the text and number the photos in the correct order. _______________ _______________ _______________ _______________ _______________ _______________ Egyptian society was like a pyramid. feathers. _______________ 76 . and a beautiful statue of a black cat. Then there was the pharaoh with his wives and his children. and baskets of food. Behind the first door he found jars and chests.
Zara feeds the animals in the shelter. Smoke is coming out of the crater. Then she feeds the animals again and puts them in cages. Lava is flowing down the side of the volcano. In the evening. The trees are burning. she washes the new animals.L. Rocks are coming out of the volcano.Ready to read answers Page 69 1 Page 71 1 ankles knees toes wrists elbows fingers neck hips head ribs 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 5 3 6 2 1 4 2 The buildings are burning. The people are leaving the town. she takes the animals for a walk./Richmond Publishing 2009 PHOTOCOPIABLE 2 Bob. fast slow liquid rock artificial natural communications energy water imaginary real 2 Play tennis Page 70 1 1 2 3 4 dogs cows bats foxes 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Page 72 1 2 Every morning. Anna 77 . Then she gives the new animals food and water. Sam. Then she examines them and checks them for a chip. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 True True False False True True True True © Santillana Educación S. Then she drives her van and she looks for lost animals. Eve. In the afternoon. She takes the animals to the shelter.
Hypatia was also an inventor. scribes. god. In 415 AD they killed her. There is a plane./Richmond Publishing 2009 PHOTOCOPIABLE 2 farmers. chairs and statues of animals children’s games. She was born in Alexandria about 370 AD. 1879 – Edison invented the light bulb. Page 76 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 jars and chests beds. 1868 – Scholes invented the typewriter. Ships and farms pollute the water. 2 Hypatia of Alexandria was the first woman astronomer. there are some people and there is some traffic. 3 There is land and water. Hypatia was a pagan and some people were angry with her. 1900 – Marconi invented the radio. pharaoh. Hypatia studied Science. There aren’t any vehicles.L. There is the sea and the coast. some buildings and some fields. There is a river and there are some mountains. Then she worked as a teacher. feathers. There are some fields but there isn’t a river. planesphere and hydroscope. artisans. She travelled to Athens and Italy.Ready to read answers Page 73 1 There are three main types of pollution. Smog pollutes the air. Molly. Rose. 1983 – The mobile phone was invented. Luke. and baskets of food sarcophagus death mask statue of a black cat © Santillana Educación S. Tony. Jane. Rubbish pollutes the water and the land. She invented the astrolabe. goddess 78 . the water and the land. There aren’t any roads. There isn’t any water. 2 There are some roads. noblemen. Sam 2 2 shopkeeper 4 teacher 6 journalist 8 electrician 1 doctor 3 banker 5 builder 7 housewife Page 75 1 1439 – Guttenberg invented the printing press. 1968 – Baer invented the video games console. 2 There is a road and there is a building. Air pollution. 1870 – Bell invented the telephone. 4 There are some factories and there is some smoke. 1926 – Baird invented the television. 1 Page 74 1 George. water pollution and land pollution. There is some water and there are some ships. The factories pollute the air. Her father was the director of the University. Planes and traffic pollute the air.
The chat room Name: 1 Look back at the story and complete. 3 ___________ likes rock music. Evie 1 ___________ is new at the school. 5 Be careful Alex or you won’t _________ _________. 4 ___________ favourite class is Computer Science. 2 ___________ has got lots of friends./Richmond Publishing 2009 PHOTOCOPIABLE 2 Read and write Alex or Evie. 6 She’s wearing _________. computer _____. Worksheet 1 Class: 3 If you don’t _________. you don’t _________. 79 . 6 ___________ has a birthday party.L. Alex Evie 5 ___________ likes books. To a _________________? © Santillana Educación S. exam ________ 4 It’s always nice to make _________ _________. 7 ___________ writes a letter to say sorry. 1 I didn’t pass my 2 I ______________ _________ tennis.
© Santillana Educación S.The chat room Name: 1 Read The chat room and answer. Class: Worksheet 2 Tennis 1 What’s Alex’s favourite sport? ___________________ 2 What day did Alex start at the computer club? __________________________ 3 What's the computer teacher's name? __________________________ 4 What’s Alex’s computer number? __________________________ 5 Does Evie like shopping? __________________________ 6 Who only talks about tennis and clothes? __________________________ 7 Did Evie wear a dress to Alex's party? __________________________ 8 What's Alex's surname? __________________________ 2 Unscramble and write.L./Richmond Publishing 2009 PHOTOCOPIABLE present __________________ __________________ __________________ __________________ 80 .
The chat room Name: 1 Read the message and reply. My hobbies are playing football. Karen and Han. dancing and reading. Please write and tell me about you.L. At the weekend. My favourite subjects are Music. I’ve got some good friends. Their names are Els. I live in a flat with my mum. English and Physical Education. We haven’t got a pet. We all go to De Boschuil Primary School and our teacher is Mr van Beelen. Worksheet 3 Class: Hi! I’m Tilly. I’m 11 years old and I’m from Amsterdam in the Netherlands. Emiel. I usually play football with my friends and go shopping with my family. dad and little brother./Richmond Publishing 2009 PHOTOCOPIABLE ____________________________________________ ____________________________________________ ____________________________________________ ____________________________________________ ____________________________________________ ____________________________________________ ____________________________________________ ____________________________________________ ____________________________________________ 81 . Your friend. Tilly © Santillana Educación S.
ask the class some questions about Alex and Evie: How do they feel? Do they want to be friends? Why do they like each other? What can Alex do to make friends with Evie? Encourage them to discuss how the girls feel and what they would do to make friends with someone after an argument. 5 Be careful Alex or you won’t be popular. Then tell the class that you’re thinking of a hobby and invite them to ask you questions to discover what it is. family or friends. Worksheet 2 1 Read The chat room and answer. Tell the class about one of your friends./Richmond Publishing 2009 PHOTOCOPIABLE While you read After reading page 16. They draw a large Venn Diagram and write one name at the top of one circle and one name at the top of the other. 4 It’s always nice to make new friends. Elicit hobbies from the pairs and write them on the board. Evie is a new girl. their school and so on. Put the children in pairs and give them three minutes to add more hobbies to the list. 2 Unscramble and write. Invite volunteers to talk about one of their friends and say why they like them. Extension Draw a Venn Diagram (two overlapping circles). Answers Worksheet 1 1 Look back at the story and complete. Ask the children to look at the picture of Alex and ask: How does she feel? Read out the speech bubble: I didn’t pass my computer exam. Then ask questions to check their understanding: Has Tilly got a pet? What’s her brother’s name? What are Tilly’s favourite subjects? Tell the children that they’re going to write back to Tilly and tell her about their lives.Teacher’s notes Before you read Write Hobbies on the board and elicit its meaning. Ask the children to read the story again and then answer the questions. the things you do together and why you like her/him. etc. 1 Tennis 2 Tuesday 3 Mr McDougall 4 256 5 No 6 Amy and Kaveeta 7 No 8 Porter 2 1 2 3 4 Unscramble and write. To a party? 2 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Read and write Alex or Evie. Elicit ideas from the children of things they can tell Tilly about: their family. Collect the messages. Ask children to write scrambled versions of six other words from the story and then give them to a partner to solve. 2 Read and write Alex or Evie. tell them to check their answers in the picture dictionary. Then tell the children to complete the sentences looking back at the book to see if the sentences describe Alex or Evie. Worksheet 2 1 Read The Chat room and answer. Finally.L. They think of different hobbies and write the ones they have in common where the circles overlap. Ask the children to read the message from Tilly quietly. their hobbies. 6 She’s wearing shorts. When they’ve finished. When the children have finished their message. Correct the answers as a class. Ask the class to suggest some hobbies and write them on the board. and ask the class to say what they know about each girl without looking back at the book: Alex likes tennis. After you read Ask the class to suggest things they like doing with their friends and say why friends are important. Worksheet 3 1 Read the message and reply. present clothes whisper knock Using the worksheets Worksheet 1 1 Look back at the story and complete. read one out without saying who it’s from and ask the children to guess whose message it is. you don’t play. Ask the children to work with a friend. Tell the children to look back at the book and complete the other speech bubbles. 2 I don’t like tennis. Ask the children to look at the pictures and write the words using the letters around each picture. the children illustrate the diagram with small pictures of the hobbies under the words. 1 I didn’t pass my computer exam. 3 If you don’t study. invite volunteers to think of hobbies for the class to ask about and guess. Evie Alex Alex Evie Evie Alex Alex © Santillana Educación S. tell them to draw two pictures that show their hobbies. Write Alex and Evie on the board 82 . When they’ve guessed your hobby.
Class: 4 5 6 7 8 9 © Santillana Educación S.L. she has. 1 2 3 Has she got curly hair? Yes. 2 Take turns asking and answering questions with your classmate./Richmond Publishing 2009 PHOTOCOPIABLE 10 11 12 83 . Instructions 1 Choose and tick (✓) a character.Ready to speak Name: 1 Play Guess who. 3 The first person to guess correctly is the winner.
L.Ready to speak Name: Class: 1 Choose a chart. Ask your partner and complete the information. Chart A Josh’s daily routine 06:00 7:30 10:30 11:00 12:00 14:30 15:15 17:30 19:30 Check for new birds Examine new birds Vaccinate new birds Give the birds water Have lunch Collect the new birds Put the new birds in cages Teach the visitors about the birds in the refuge Feed the birds and give them water Sit down and relax! What does Josh do at six o’clock in the morning? Chart B Josh’s daily routine 06:00 MORNING 9:00 10:30 11:00 13:00 14:30 16:45 17:30 19:30 20:30 Feed the birds Check for new birds Examine new birds Classify new birds Give the birds water Collect the new birds Wash the cages and the feeders Put the new birds in cages © Santillana Educación S. Hi! I’m Josh./Richmond Publishing 2009 PHOTOCOPIABLE EVENING AFTERNOON MORNING EVENING AFTERNOON What does Josh do at nine o’clock in the morning? Sit down and relax! 84 . I work in a wild bird refuge.
It’s the flat land between two mountains.L. Crossword A Class: 3 6 m o e r u n t 10 l a i n 13 c l i f f a 4 v k 5 c a v e l p t i o n l 7 8 9 c r a t e r m y v a 11 i r v v 12 s m o k e h l r c i s l a n d n o 2 1 1 2 3 5 4 7 9 8 12 11 6 10 13 14 Crossword B 2 1 2 1 5 s c 4 6 w i n d m i l l 7 h o s p o o c 8 9 t 10 a i r p o r t 12 w o s r o l r t p a w a a d 13 f a c t o r y 14 y i k r a i l o n b 3 r d i t a l d m g 11 e l l i b r w a y r y 3 5 6 7 10 8 4 © Santillana Educación S./Richmond Publishing 2009 PHOTOCOPIABLE 9 11 12 13 Give me a clue for number 4 down. 85 .Ready to speak Name: 1 Play Crossword clues.
Decorate with slices of lemon. Lemon Pie Ingredients ________ lemons ________ of sugar ________ of flour ________ eggs ________ of butter ________ of water Method Mix the ________. C Cook for ________ minutes at ________ ºC. 2 Complete the information for the Banana Cake. Mix well and add the ________. Put the ________ ________ on top of the pastry a and the ________ ________ on top of the lemon m mixture. Add the eggs and the flour. Class: Banana Cake Ingredients 4 bananas 2 cups of sugar 3 cups of flour 3 eggs 2 cups of butter 1 cup of milk Method Mix the butter and the sugar. Mash the ________. Decorate with slices of ________. Mix the egg whites with ________cups of sugar. Add the ________ to the butter and sugar.Ready to speak Name: 1 Complete the information for the Lemon Pie. Add the bananas to the butter and sugar. Add the ________ and the ________. Lemon Pie Ingredients 2 lemons 3 of sugar 3 cups of flour 3 eggs 2 cups of butter 1 cup of water Method Mix the flour. Put the pastry in the ____________________. butter and water to make the pastry. lemon juice and 1 ½ cups of sugar. Banana Cake Ingredients ________ bananas ________ of sugar ________ of flour ________ eggs ________ of butter ________ of milk Method Mix the ________ and the ________. Mix the egg whites with 1 ½ cups of sugar Put the lemon mixture on top of the pastry and the egg whites on top of the lemon mixture. © Santillana Educación S. Mix the egg yolks.L. Mash the bananas. Mix well and add the milk. D Decorate with slices of ________. Decorate with slices of bananas. Cook for 45 minutes at 180ºC. Cook for ________ minutes at ________ºC. Put the pastry in the bottom of a dish. Cook for 30 minutes at 190ºC. ________ and ________ to make the pastry. Mix the egg yolks./Richmond Publishing 2009 PHOTOCOPIABLE 86 . lemon juice and ________ cups of sugar.
11 8 P a c i f i c 9 10 A t a c a m a 87 . 2 3 Class: 1 4 6 Can you give me a clue for ten across? Yes. Instructions 1 Take turns asking answering questions with your classmate.L. It’s the ocean between North and South America and Europe and Asia. The first person to guess correctly is the winner. Instructions 1 Take turns asking answering questions with your classmate. 2 3 1 4 A l p s 5 6 G r e n o b l e © Santillana Educación S. H a w a i i t l 5 a E v e r e s t n t 7 I n d i a n c 8 9 A r c t i c 10 11 D e a d s e a 2 Do a crossword puzzle with a friend./Richmond Publishing 2009 PHOTOCOPIABLE M a t t e r h o r n 7 Can you give me a clue for three down? Yes. The first person to guess correctly is the winner.Ready to speak Name: 1 Do a crossword puzzle with a friend. It’s a desert in Chile.
Ready to speak Name: Class: 1 Work in pairs. She was born in Austria. He was born in _____________. Her husband was Jean Godin. She was born in 1728. She was born in 1843. ____________ was the first astronaut. She was the peace prize winner in ___________. Her husband was ____________. His wife was Valentina Ivanovna _____________ was the first woman to cross South America.. Yuri Gagarin was the first astronaut. She was born in Peru. She was born in _____________. He was born in ____________... His wife was ____________... His wife was _____________.? When was he/she born? Who was his/her husband/wife? Where was he/she born? © Santillana Educación S.. He was born in 1934.L.? When was. USA. She was the first woman to cross South America in _____________. Ask your partner to complete the missing information in each column. He was born in the ____________. Who was the first. ____________ was the first woman to win the Nobel peace prize. 2 Work in pairs.? When was he/she born? Who was his/her husband/wife? Where was he/she born? Can you spell that please? George Washington was the first president of the USA. She was the first woman to cross South America in 1769. She was born in ____________. Who was the first. His wife was Martha Dandridge. He was born in _____________. He was president in 1789.? When was. He was born in the USSR. Her husband was _____________. Bertha von Stutter was the first woman to win the Nobel peace prize.. 88 . He was in space for the first time in 1961. She was born in _____________. He was born in 1732. He was born in Virginia. He was president in _____________. She was born in ____________. Isabel Godin was the first woman to cross South America./Richmond Publishing 2009 PHOTOCOPIABLE Can you spell that please? ___________ was the first president of the USA. She was the peace prize winner in 1905. Ask your partner to complete the missing information in each column. He was in space for the first time in __________.. Her husband was Baron von Stutter.
1 p r i n t i n g p 12 r 8 e l s i g a m e c o n s o l h 10 t b u l 11 a s t r o l a b b 2 © Santillana Educación S. 3 4 5 6 7 9 t y p e w r i t e r c a m e r a 89 ./Richmond Publishing 2009 PHOTOCOPIABLE Can you give me a clue for twelve across? You use it to talk to people when you’re at home. The first person to guess correctly is the winner. Instructions 1 Take turns asking answering questions with your classmate.Ready to speak Name: 1 Do a crossword puzzle with a friend. 1 m o b i l e t e Can you give me a l clue for eight down? e p h 8 You turn it on to see o things in the dark. Instructions 1 Take turns asking answering questions with your classmate. n 9 e 10 Class: 2 3 11 4 r a 5 t d e 6 7 i 12 t e l e p h o n e e r v i i n s t i e c o m p u t e r r o n 2 Do a crossword puzzle with a friend. The first person to guess correctly is the winner.L.
? Where did they . And danced like Egyptians! • Now sing the song again with your classmate. They had ________ ________ ________ and ________ ________ ______________. They had lots of servants and lots of slaves. And danced like Egyptians! Oh the pharaohs of old Egypt had a life of luxury! They went down the Nile on the long hot days.. And danced like Egyptians! Oh the pharaohs of old Egypt had a life of luxury! They made temples and great pyramids.? Oh the pharaohs of old Egypt had a life of luxury! They ate ________ and ________ and ________ and ________.L...? Where did they . And danced like Egyptians! Oh the pharaohs of old Egypt had a life of luxury! They went ________ ________ ________ on the long hot days. Class: What did they.. They drank ________ and ________ and sat around.? Oh the pharaohs of old Egypt had a life of luxury! They ate bread and fruit and fish and meat.. They ate dates and cakes and pears and figs.. And danced like Egyptians! Oh the pharaohs of old Egypt had a life of luxury! They made ________ and ________ ________.. And danced like Egyptians! Oh the pharaohs of old Egypt had a life of luxury! They wore jewels and silver and golden crowns. And danced like Egyptians! Oh the pharaohs of old Egypt had a life of luxury! They wore ________ and ________ and ________ ________./Richmond Publishing 2009 PHOTOCOPIABLE 90 . They drank wine and beer and sat around. What did they.. They ate ________ and ________ and ________ and ________. © Santillana Educación S. They wore leather sandals on their feet. And danced like Egyptians! 2 Work with a classmate and complete the song.Ready to speak Name: 1 Work with a classmate and complete the song. They wore ________ ________ on their feet.
30. sugar. water. 190. 45. 3 cups. 3. 1 ½. 2 cups. 2 cups. flour. 1 cup. lemon 2 4. lemon mixture. 3.Ready to speak answers Name: Page 83 1 Child’s own answers Page 84 1 Chart A Feed the birds 9:00 Classify new birds 13:00 Wash the cages and the feeders 16:45 20:30 Chart B 7:30 Vaccinate new birds 12:00 Have lunch 15:15 Teach the birds and give them water Feed the birds and give them water Page 85 1 Crossword A Across 5 windmill 6 hospital 9 airport 12 well 13 factory 14 railway Down 1 school 2 bridge 3 dam 4 motorway 7 car park 8 road 10 station 11 library Page 86 1 2.L. milk. 1 cup. bananas © Santillana Educación S. 180. 3 cups. 2 cups. 1 ½. bottom of a dish. bananas./Richmond Publishing 2009 PHOTOCOPIABLE Class: Crossword B Across 2 cliff 5 cave 6 eruption 9 crater 10 lava 12 smoke 13 island Down 1 lake 3 mountain 4 valley 7 marsh 8 river 11 volcano 91 . butter. bananas. flour. egg whites. 3. eggs. butter.
Martha Dandridge Isabel Godin. 1789. Valentina Ivanovna 2 George Washington. 1728.L. 1769. fish. 1843./Richmond Publishing 2009 PHOTOCOPIABLE 92 . Austria. pears. golden crowns down the Nile 2 leather sandals dates. meat temples. great pyramids jewels. 1934. 1961.Ready to speak answers Name: Class: Page 87 1 Across 4 Alps 6 Matterhorn 8 Pacific 10 Atacama Down 1 Grenoble 2 Across 2 Hawaii 5 Everest 7 Indian 9 Arctic 11 Dead Sea Down 3 Atlantic Page 88 1 Bertha von Stutter. USSR. fruit. beer lots of servants. silver. Virginia. Peru. 1732. figs wine. 1905. cakes. Jean Godin Page 89 1 Across 9 game console 11 astrolabe Down 2 printing press 4 camera 6 typewriter 8 light bulb 2 Across 10 computer 12 telephone Down 1 mobile telephone 5 television 7 printer 3 radio Page 90 1 bread. Baron von Stutter Yuri Gagarin. USA. loft of slaves © Santillana Educación S.
It swims long distances and it catches fish./Richmond Publishing 2009 PHOTOCOPIABLE This animal has got feathers and wings but it doesn't fly. It lives in the Antartic. 9 All baby amphibians _________ with gills. 6 A butterfly __________ got four wings. 5 All insects __________ got six legs. 4 A sardine __________ in salt water. 3 All fish __________ in water. • Use the words to complete the sentences. 2 A penguin __________ its eggs in the snow. © Santillana Educación S. 8 An elephant __________ plants. 93 . • Now use the clues to write about Sam’s weekend plans. _____________________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________ 2 Read the sentences and tick (✓) the correct animal.L. 7 All mammals __________ plants or other animals.Diagnostic Test Name: Class: 1 Listen and circle the correct clues. lays breathe lay eats have lives has live breathes eat 1 All birds __________ eggs. 10 An adult frog __________ with lungs.
2 There is ________ carrot on my list. 3 Two girls are playing on the swings. 5 A girl is riding a bike. 1 What are the boy and girl doing in picture 1? _____________________________________ 2 What are the two girls doing in picture 2? _____________________________________ 3 What are the two boys doing in picture 1? _____________________________________ 4 What’s the girl doing in picture 2? _____________________________________ • Complete the sentences with taller or shorter.Diagnostic Test Name: Class: 3 Read and number the sentences. 5 How ________ apples do you need to make a pie? 6 How ________ milk do you need to make a cake? 94 . 4 A girl is walking. 4 I don’t need ________ flour for my recipe. many a any some much an 1 There is ________ orange on my list. 1 2 1 A boy is running. Food I can count ________________ ________________ ________________ ________________ ________________ Food I can’t count ________________ ________________ ________________ ________________ ________________ © Santillana Educación S. 3 I need ________ rice for my recipe. 6 A boy is playing football. • Answer the questions./Richmond Publishing 2009 PHOTOCOPIABLE The boy in picture 1 is ________ than the boy in picture 2.L. 2 Two boys are walking. 4 Classify the food. The girl in picture 1 is ________ than the girl in picture 2. • Use the words to complete the sentences.
Test Name: 1 Sam. Julie. 2 When I ______________ I move my ____________________________./Richmond Publishing 2009 PHOTOCOPIABLE ______________ ______________ ______________ ______________ • Choose four actions and complete the sentences. 95 . Names ___________ every day cycling cycling once a week swimming karate gymnastics swimming twice a week football football swimming football walk to school athletics five times a week never walk to school swimming football basketball Class: Sam ___________ ___________ ___________ 2 Label the actions. throw run walk climb jump swim catch write ______________ ______________ throw ______________ ______________ © Santillana Educación S. Anna or John? Listen and write the names. 1 When I ______________ I move my ____________________________.L. 3 When I ______________ I move my ____________________________. 4 When I ______________ I move my ____________________________.
4 My elbows are ____________________________ my arms. 8 My shoulders are ____________________________ my arms. 7 My ankles are ____________________________ my legs. 9 My hips are ____________________________ my legs. longer shorter in the middle of at the end of at the top of between Class: shorter 1 My neck is ____________________________ than my spine./Richmond Publishing 2009 PHOTOCOPIABLE Picture A _________________________________________ _________________________________________ Picture B _________________________________________ _________________________________________ 5 Find words to complete the chart. A B © Santillana Educación S. 2 My fingers are ____________________________ than my toes. Sounds like float ________________________ ________________________ ________________________ Sounds like brain ________________________ ________________________ ________________________ 96 .Test Name: 3 Use the words to complete the sentences. 6 My wrists are ____________________________ my arms. 3 My feet are ____________________________ than my hands. 5 My knees are ____________________________ my legs.L. 4 Describe the faces. 10 My neck is ____________________________ my head and my spine.
/Richmond Publishing 2009 PHOTOCOPIABLE deer spider snake rabbit owl hedgehog skin feathers nest footprint antler web deer __________ antler by the bush.L. 4 ____________________________ in the sand. 6 ____________________________ under the bush. 97 . 1 I can see a _______’s 2 ____________________________ between the bushes. © Santillana Educación S. 3 ____________________________ on the rock.Test Name: 1 Listen and number the animals. 5 ____________________________ under the tree. Class: 2 Use the words to describe the picture.
/Richmond Publishing 2009 PHOTOCOPIABLE 98 . In the ______________ she ______________ the animals and ____________ them again. Class: 4 Look at the pictures and describe Zara’s day. We feed them but we don’t eat them. They live with us and we love them.Test Name: 3 Read and match the definitions with the words. then she ______________them.L. she ______________ the animals and ______________ them water. Sounds like tree ________________________ ________________________ ________________________ Sounds like ball ________________________ ________________________ ________________________ © Santillana Educación S. 5 Find words to complete the chart. We feed them but we don’t eat them. They live with us and they are useful. Then she ______________ lost animals. We don’t feed them but we sometimes eat them. We don’t look after them and they don’t live with us. we feed them and we eat them. At ______________ she ______________ them in cages. feeds In the morning. Farm animals Working animals Pets Wild animals We look after them. morning afternoon evening night puts feeds gives looks for examines washes vaccinates exercises feeds Zara always has a busy day. In the ______________ she ______________ them.
longer shorter wider narrower bigger smaller © Santillana Educación S. 1 The cliff is getting _______________________________________________. 2 ______________________________________________________________ 3 ______________________________________________________________ 4 ______________________________________________________________ 5 ______________________________________________________________ 6 ______________________________________________________________ 99 .L.Test Name: 1 Listen and number the elements in the picture./Richmond Publishing 2009 PHOTOCOPIABLE 2 Describe the changes to the landscape. Class: path cliff 1 cave steps beach river • Listen again and number the words in the list.
L. 3 The landscape is cleaner. 9 The landscape is more beautiful. 5 The buildings are more modern. Artificial elements Natural elements ________________________ ________________________ ________________________ ________________________ © Santillana Educación S. 8 The roads are noisier. 1 2 Class: 1 The landscape is uglier. 1 6 The roads are busier. 4 The landscape is more natural. 4 Look at the pictures again and complete the word lists.Test Name: 3 Read and number the sentences. 7 The roads are quieter. Sounds like rice ________________________ ________________________ ________________________ Sounds like park ________________________ ________________________ ________________________ 100 . 2 The landscape is more polluted./Richmond Publishing 2009 PHOTOCOPIABLE houses ________________________ ________________________ ________________________ ________________________ 5 Find words to complete the chart.
/R S. 5 The ___________ come from ____________./Richmond Publishing 2009 PHOTOCOPIABLE pick buy sugar strawberries and plastic bags buy jars and pick beans labels freeze beans make tomato pick apples sauce pick tomatoes buy paper dry tomatoes have a rest! 1 What’s he going to do on Tuesday? _____________________________________ 2 Is he going to buy labels on Monday? _____________________________________ 3 Is he going to pick tomatoes on Thursday? _____________________________________ 4 When is he going to make jam? _____________________________________ 5 What’s he going to do on Saturday? _____________________________________ 6 Is he going to pick beans on Tuesday? _____________________________________ 7 Is he going to buy paper on Friday? _____________________________________ 8 When is he going to make apple juice? _____________________________________ 101 . 1 The ___________ comes from ____________. 4 The ___________ come from ____________. Things to do next week: Monday Tuesday Wednesday make jam Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday make apple juice © Santillana Educación S.L. Class: Spain France China Kenya Italy UK Morocco Colombia • Complete the sentences about the food. 3 The ___________ comes from ____________. 2 Look at the chart and answer the questions about Bob's plans. 2 The ___________ comes from ____________. 6 The ___________ come from ____________.L.Test Name: 1 Listen and match the food to the countries.
he’s growing _____________ and _______________________. a lot some a little medium high 1 Strawberries need _____________ of sunlight.Test Name: Class: 3 Look at the pictures and use the words to write about the plants. _________________________________._____________ corner. _________________________________. 2 Grapes need ______________________________________________________________________. 3 In the _____________ .L. © Santillana Educación S. _____________ of water and _____________ temperatures./Richmond Publishing 2009 PHOTOCOPIABLE 1 In the south-east corner. Sounds like boy ________________________ ________________________ ________________________ Sounds like new ________________________ ________________________ ________________________ 102 . 4 In the _____________ . 5 Find words to complete the chart._____________ corner. 3 _________________________________________________________________________________ 4 _________________________________________________________________________________ 5 _________________________________________________________________________________ 4 Write about Bob’s garden. ___________________________________________________. 2 In the north-west corner.
L.Test Name: 1 Listen and number the places. Number 5 is __________________________________________________________. Number 9 is __________________________________________________________. 5 ________________________________ in the blue bin. 1 Put the _______________ in the yellow bin. © Santillana Educación S./Richmond Publishing 2009 PHOTOCOPIABLE paper. 2 ________________________________ in the yellow bin. The blue recycling bin is for The green recycling bin is for The yellow recycling bin is for The grey recycling bin is for glass. plastic. • Write sentences. Pacific Ocean Mount Everest Antarctica Class: Ethiopia The Atlantic Ocean Hawaii The Matterhorn The Dead Sea The Arctic Ocean • Write sentences to describe the places. Number 8 is __________________________________________________________. 3 ________________________________ in the green bin. organic waste. Number 3 is __________________________________________________________. 2 Match the sentences halves. 4 ________________________________ in the grey bin. 103 .
L.Test Name: 3 Use the words to complete the description of the picture. 6 ________________________________________ plane./Richmond Publishing 2009 PHOTOCOPIABLE 4 Sunshine __________________________ the environment. 5 ________________________________________ building. 2 Birds __________________________ the environment. 5 Circle the pairs of words with the same sounds. 4 Use the words to complete the sentences. pollute don’t pollute pollutes doesn’t pollute 1 Tins __________________________ the environment. 5 Smog __________________________the environment. 2 ________________________________________ traffic. 3 ________________________________________ clouds. there is are isn’t aren’t a some any Class: 1 ________________________________________ people. 4 ________________________________________ smoke. 3 Traffic __________________________ the environment. 6 Clouds __________________________ the environment. © Santillana Educación S. tongue glue blue true root school book room no do to who through you out soup there here where they’re bear chair wear hear 104 .
/Richmond Publishing 2009 PHOTOCOPIABLE 1 There was ______________________________ and ______________________________. 2 There were some ____________________________ and some ____________________________.L. © Santillana Educación S. 5 My half-brother is ______________________________________. 1 My uncle is my mother’s ______________________________________. 3 There wasn’t a ______________________________ or a ______________________________. 4 My aunt is ______________________________________. 2 My grandmother is ______________________________________. 4 There weren’t any ______________________________ or any ______________________________.Test Name: 1 Listen and number two of the pictures. 6 My step-sister is ______________________________________. 2 Complete the definitions. Class: • Describe the other picture. 3 My cousin is ______________________________________. 105 .
Sounds like girl ________________________ ________________________ ________________________ Sounds like bed ________________________ ________________________ ________________________ 3 What does a doctor do? ______________________________________ 106 . explores space. 2 What does a builder do? ______________________________________ 5 Find words to complete the chart. © Santillana Educación S. works at home. 6 In 1993 45% of university students were women. 8 In 1922 only half a percent of all members of parliament were women. flies planes. Class: 1 In 1945 there were more women members of parliament than men. 4 Match the people with the descriptions of their jobs.Test Name: 3 Look at the charts and circle T (true) or F (false). 1 What does a banker do? A banker ______________________________. 2 In 2006 there were more men at university than women. 5 In 1922 there were more men members of parliament than women. A journalist An astronaut A pilot A housewife A prime minister T T T T T T T T F F F F F F F F is the head of a government. 4 In 1980 there were more men at university than women./Richmond Publishing 2009 PHOTOCOPIABLE • Now answer the questions. 3 In 1987 6% of members of parliament were men.L. writes for newspapers. 7 In 2006 more than half of all university students were women.
Most modern TVs _______________ in colour. 107 . like today./Richmond Publishing 2009 PHOTOCOPIABLE Many years ago TV _______________ only black and white. was wasn’t were weren’t is isn’t are aren’t © Santillana Educación S. happy angry bored scared tired sad 2 Use the words to complete the text. The biggest TV today _______________ bigger than a block of flats! There _______________ many of these huge TVs because it _______________ the right size for people to use indoors.L. Class: ____________ ____________ ____________ ____________ ____________ ____________ • Now label the pictures. There _______________ many different types of programmes. The first TVs _______________ very small and the picture _______________ very clear.Test Name: 1 Listen and number the pictures.
He ___________ the Kodak camera. He ___________ and ___________ in the USA. Class: telephone TV astrolabe ___________ ___________ was ___________ in ___________. 5 Use the three colours to classify the verbs. 1 ___________________________________________ born? ___________________________________________ born in Italy.Test Name: 3 Complete the text. __________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________ USA UK Alexandria worked lived born invented 4 Complete the questions and answers about Marconi. wanted finished started liked visited travelled loved observed invented developed asked Key red blue yellow discovered 108 ./Richmond Publishing 2009 PHOTOCOPIABLE 3 ___________________________________________ live? ___________________________________________ in Italy. 5 ___________________________________________ invent it? ___________________________________________ in 1900. Then write about another inventor. 4 ___________________________________________ invent? ___________________________________________ the Radio. 2 ___________________________________________ born? . ___________________________________________ born in 1874. © Santillana Educación S.L.
L./Richmond Publishing 2009 PHOTOCOPIABLE 109 . ________________________________________________ 8 What is the climate like in Egypt? ________________________________________________ 9 What is the name of the ancient Egyptian kings? ________________________________________________ © Santillana Educación S. ________________________________________________ 5 What is the official language of Egypt? ________________________________________________ 6 What is the capital of Egypt? ________________________________________________ 7 Name one ancient Egyptian god and one goddess. Class: Re Bastet Heket Selket Sobek Khephera • Choose and describe a god and a goddess. 1 Which continent is Egypt in? ________________________________________________ 2 What is the name of the river that flows through Egypt? ________________________________________________ 3 Which sea does the river flow into? ________________________________________________ 4 Name two countries that border on Egypt. ____________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________ 2 Answer the questions about Egypt.Test Name: 1 Listen and number the gods and goddesses.
palaces workers’ villages meat fruit wine beer grass sandals leather sandals jewellery palaces huts meat wine long skirts grass sandals jewellery Noblemen Artisans huts bread water meat wine grass sandals jewellery © Santillana Educación S. They ate ______________ and they drank ______________. Sounds like just ________________________ ________________________ ________________________ 110 Sounds like good ________________________ ________________________ ________________________ . They wore ______________. They didn’t wear ______________.Test Name: 3 Use the words to complete the social pyramid. Farmers Farmers lived ______________ ./Richmond Publishing 2009 PHOTOCOPIABLE 5 Find words to complete the chart. 2 The ______________ was the king. Noblemen __________________________________________ ___________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________.L. Artisans ________________________________________ _______________________________________________ _______________________________________________ _______________________________________________. 5 The ______________ worked in the temples. 4 Use the words in each word box to describe the pictures. artisans scribes pharaoh gods farmers goddesses noblemen Class: 1 The ______________ and ______________ were at the top of the pyramid. 4 The ______________ worked in the palaces. They didn’t eat ______________ and they didn’t drink ______________. 6 The ______________ worked in the fields. 3 The ______________ were very rich. They lived in palaces.
1 Luke is _________________________________________.L./Richmond Publishing 2009 PHOTOCOPIABLE 2 Look at the pictures and describe the growing conditions and plans. Class: Key = Luke = Angela = Paul = Kate = Tom = Mike • Describe the picture. 2 _______________________________________________ 3 _______________________________________________ 4 _______________________________________________ 5 _______________________________________________ 6 _______________________________________________ 7 _______________________________________________ 8 _______________________________________________ = Peter = David © Santillana Educación S.End of year Test Name: 1 Listen and number the names in the key. 2 ______________________________________ ______________________________________ 3 ______________________________________ ______________________________________ 4 ______________________________________ ______________________________________ 111 . Septem ber Septem ber Decem ber June Apples Grapes Oranges Strawberries 1 Apples need ___________________________. Roger picks the apples in _________________.
They wore grass sandals and short cotton skirts. They ate wonderful food and they drank wine. Ancient Egyptian society was like a pyramid. scribes and noblemen. The farmers in worked in the fields and lived in huts. and the pharaohs. leather sandals and jewellery. 1 Who was at the top of the social pyramid in Ancient Egypt? ______________________________________ 2 Who was at the bottom of the social pyramid? ______________________________________ 3 What did the pharaohs wear? ______________________________________ 4 Where did the farmers work? ______________________________________ 5 What did the artisans make? ______________________________________ 6 What did the gods and goddesses protect? ______________________________________ © Santillana Educación S. They were at the top of the social pyramid./Richmond Publishing 2009 PHOTOCOPIABLE 112 . The artisans and other workers made the pyramids. The ancient Egyptians had lots of Gods and Goddesses. airport Class: power station houses station school bridge factories shopping centre sports centre What can you see in the landscape? ________________________________________ ________________________________________ ________________________________________ ________________________________________ ________________________________________ What are they going to build? ________________________________________ ________________________________________ ________________________________________ ________________________________________ ________________________________________ 4 Read the text and answer the questions. There were farmers and artisans. Some of them had animals’ heads and people’s bodies. They wore long skirts.L. They protected life in Ancient Egypt. The pharaohs lived in palaces.End of year Test Name: 3 Look at the pictures and answer the questions.
can describe lifestyles in the past. can describe daily routines. Grade © Santillana Educación S. can narrate invents in the past. can name objects for recyling.Continuous assessment Name: Unit / lesson Unit 1 Lesson 2 Lesson 6 Lesson 8 Unit 2 Lesson 3 Lesson 3 Lesson 6 Lesson 7 Unit 3 Lesson 2 Lesson 3 Lesson 6 Unit 4 Lesson 1 Lesson 2 Lesson 3 Lesson 6 Unit 5 Lesson 3 Lesson 6 Lesson 7 Lesson 8 Unit 6 Lesson 3 Lesson 6 Lesson 7 Unit 7 Lesson 2 Lesson 6 Lesson 7 Unit 8 Lesson 1 Lesson 6 Lesson 7 can name and classify animals./Richmond Publishing 2009 PHOTOCOPIABLE . can describe animal habits. can associate food with seasons of the year / months of the year. can name food and dishes. can ask and answer biographical questions about famous inventors. can name the main types of air pollution. can describe the elements in a town. can name different jobs and professions. 113 Class: Objective can name the main body parts including the joints. can associate food with countries of origin. can name and describe the habits of nocturnal animals. can name objects for recyling. can describe natural changes to the landscape. can ask and answer questions about their daily exercise routines.L. can describe and compare relief and water using comparative and superlative adjectives. can name the main inventions for ICT. can describe the main feature of a country. can associate food with growing conditions. can name natural and artificial elements of a landscape. can compare modern and original inventions and relate them to their use. can name the members of their family and give biographical information. can describe people’s actions.
compass. They are eating a sandwich. milk. She is running. map. backpack.Diagnostic Test answers Page 93 1 sandwich. water. carrot./Richmond Publishing 2009 PHOTOCOPIABLE 114 . boots. lemon. potatoes Food I can’t count: rice. cereal. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 lay lays live lives have has eat eats breathe breathes taller shorter 4 Food I can count: apple. tent Child’s own answers 2 penguin Page 94 3 11 12 13 14 15 16 1 2 3 4 –1 –2 –1 –1 –2 –2 They are playing football. sticker book. bread. pasta 1 2 3 4 5 6 an a some any many much © Santillana Educación S.L. They are reading. orange.
/Richmond Publishing 2009 PHOTOCOPIABLE 115 . Sam. She’s got a brace. Julie 2 catch. write. Working animals: They live with us and they are useful. walk. jump. she washes them. He’s got glasses. we feed them and we eat them. I can see a hedgehog’s footprint in the sand. I can see a spider’s web between the bushes. Wild animals: We don’t look after them and they don’t live with us. she exercises the animals and feeds them again. she puts them in cages. she feeds the animals and gives them water. In the evening. In the morning. We feed them but we don’t eat them. Picture B It’s a boy. throw. Pets: They live with us and we love them. He’s got short curly hair. then she examines them. 4 Zara always has a busy day. Then she looks for lost animals. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 shorter longer longer in the middle of in the middle of at the end of at the end of at the top of at the top of between 1 2 3 4 5 6 Page 98 3 Farm animals: We look after them. climb Child’s own answers Page 96 3 Page 97 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 2 bat fox owl squirrel lizard rat I can see a deer’s antler by the bush. swim. 5 Child’s own answers 4 Picture A It’s a girl. In the afternoon.Test answers Page 95 1 John. I can see an owl’s feathers under the tree. 5 Child’s own answers © Santillana Educación S.L. run. We don’t feed them but we sometimes eat them. I can see a rabbit’s nest under the bush. At night. I can see a snake’s skin on the rock. She’s got long straight hair. Anna. We feed them but we don’t eat them.
8 He is going to make apple juice on Sunday. he’s growing olives and grapes. he is going to buy labels on Monday. 6 Yes. windmill. 4 Artificial elements: houses. Page 102 3 1 2 3 4 5 6 cliff beach path steps cave river longer – 6 shorter -3 wider – 2 narrower – 4 bigger – 5 smaller – 1 2 Child’s own answers Page 100 3 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 –1 –1 –2 –2 –1 –1 –2 –1 –2 1 Strawberries need a lot of sunlight. In the north-east corner. 7 Yes. In the north-west corner. he is going to buy paper on Friday. he’s growing apples and oranges. Beans need a lot of sunlight. Tomatoes need a lot of sunlight. © Santillana Educación S. he’s growing carrots and beans. river. some water and medium temperatures.Test answers Page 99 1 Page 101 1 Rice – China Sugar – Colombia Oranges – France Strawberries – UK Flour – USA Potatoes – Ireland Coffee – Kenya Olive oil – Spain Tomatoes – Morocco Beans – Italy Child’s own answers 2 1 He is going to buy sugar and plastic bags. he is going to pick beans on Tuesday. In the south-west corner. 3 No. a lot of water and high temperature.L. valley 5 Child’s own answers 2 Grapes need a lot of sunlight. a lot of water and medium temperatures. factory. 5 He is going to pick apples and dry tomatoes. a little water and 3 4 5 high temperatures./Richmond Publishing 2009 PHOTOCOPIABLE 4 In the south-east corner. road Natural elements: mountains. he isn’t going to pick tomatoes on Thursday. 5 Child’s own answers 116 . he’s growing strawberries and tomatoes. He is going to pick beans. 4 He is going to make jam on Wednesday. some water and high temperatures. trees. Potatoes need a lot of sunlight. 2 Yes.
Page 106 3 Page 104 3 There are some people. Put the broken glass in the green bin. There weren’t any bikes or any cars. 2 The blue recycling bin is for paper. 1 2 3 4 2 There was a police station and a church. There isn’t a plane. There aren’t any clouds. There are some buildings. widest and warmest ocean. There is some traffic. The green recycling bin is for glass. Put the jacket in the grey bin. 1 2 3 4 5 6 1 2 3 4 5 Put the plastic in the yellow bin. 5 Child’s own answers 117 . Put the yogurt pot in the yellow bin. 1 A banker works in a bank. Put the newspaper in the blue bin./Richmond Publishing 2009 PHOTOCOPIABLE 4 A journalist writes for newspapers.L. A pilot flies planes. Number 5 is the most difficult mountain to climb in the Alps. 4 1 pollute 2 don’t pollute 3 pollutes 4 doesn’t pollute 5 pollutes 6 don’t pollute 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 F F F T T T T T © Santillana Educación S. 2 A builder builds houses. There wasn’t a fountain or a school. There were some shops and houses. 3 A doctors helps sick people. A prime minister is the head of a government. The yellow recycling bin is for plastic.Test answers Page 103 1 5 blue true to who root school through you bear chair book room Page 105 1 picture 1 picture 2 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Ethiopia The Arctic Ocean Pacific Ocean Antarctica The Matterhorn Mount Everest Hawaii The Atlantic Ocean The Dead Sea Number 3 is the deepest. An astronaut explores space. A housewife works at home. Number 9 is the lowest place on Earth. brother mother’s or father’s mother my uncle’s or aunt’s son or daughter my mother’s or father’s sister mother’s or father’s son my step-mother’s or step-father’s daughter. Number 8 is the ocean between North and South America and Europe and Africa. There isn’t any smoke. The grey recycling bin is for organic waste.
4 1 Where was Marconi He was 2 When was he He was 3 Where did he He lived 4 What did he He invented 5 When did he He invented it 5 Red: wanted. He invented the telephone. They didn’t eat meat and they didn’t drink wine. They didn't drink wine. 4 Libya. Sudan. lived Alexander Graham Bell was born in the UK. 6. They didn’t wear grass sandals./Richmond Publishing 2009 PHOTOCOPIABLE 2 3 5 Child’s own answers 118 . like today. They didn’t live in huts. they wore leather sandals. Page 110 3 1 2 3 4 5 6 scared happy sad bored tired angry 2 Many years ago TV was only black and white. 5 Arabic. They wore grass sandals. 1. 3. He worked and lived in the UK. They lived in workers’ villages. They didn’t wear jewellery. 2.L. discovered. 9 Pharaohs. There weren’t many different types of programmes. worked. 4. They ate meat and fruit. Most modern TVs are in colour. finished. 1. © Santillana Educación S. developed 1 2 3 4 5 6 4 gods. 5 Page 109 1 4. 7 God: Re Goddess: Bastet 8 It is hot and dry. Ada Byron was born in the UK. visited Blue: loved. They ate meat and they drank wine. He worked and lived in the USA and Canada. travelled Yellow: liked. USA. John Logie Baird was born in the UK. started. 5 Child’s own answers 2 1 It is in Africa. She invented the first computer program. born. They wore long skirts and jewellery. Noblemen lived in palaces. Page 108 3 George Eastman. invented. The first TVs were very small and the picture wasn’t very clear. asked. He invented the television. The biggest TV today is bigger than a block of flats! There aren’t many of these huge TVs because it isn’t the right size for people to use indoors. They ate bread and they drank water. They didn't wear jewellery. observed. They didn't wear grass sandals. goddesses pharaoh noblemen artisans scribes farmers 1 Farmers lived in huts. 2.Test answers Page 107 1 3. Israel. 6 Cairo. She worked and lived in the UK. 3 The Mediterranean Sea. Artisans didn’t live in palaces. invented. 6. they drank beer. 2 The Nile.
I can see a river and a lake. a power station. 2 The farmers.End of year Test answers Page 111 1 Child’s own answers 2 1 Apples need a lot of sunlight. some houses. © Santillana Educación S. 4 They worked in fields./Richmond Publishing 2009 PHOTOCOPIABLE 119 . a station. They are going to build an airport. a little water and high temperatures. I can see a cliff. 3 Oranges need a lot of sunlight. 2 Grapes need a lot of sunlight. a lot of water and medium temperatures. some factories. leather sandals and jewellery. a school. a shopping centre and a sports centre. a bridge.L. I can see a marsh and an island. 6 They protected life in Ancient Egypt. a lot of water and high temperatures. 4 Strawberries need a lot of sunlight. 3 They wore long skirts. Page 112 3 I can see the mountains and a valley. Roger picks the oranges in December. 4 1 The Gods and Goddesses. 5 They made the pyramids. Roger picks the grapes in September. Roger picks the strawberries in June. Roger picks the apples in September. some water and high temperatures.
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