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0490229 BBCDB Gude Kathy Wildman Jayne New Matrix Intermediate Teacher s b

0490229 BBCDB Gude Kathy Wildman Jayne New Matrix Intermediate Teacher s b

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Photoсopiab|e асtivitiеs сontents PhotoсopiabIe aсtivitiеs Photoсopiable aсtivitiеs Теaсher's notes Workbook answerkеy



Whoаre the British? v: Desсribing сharасtеristiсs _ brlщ in,buildup,mаkе Рhrаsа| vеrbs up, put in,put up with Examt]aining: |vlаtсhing hеadings R: Mаtсhing headin8s 4

аndpresеnt сontinuous, Present simpIе stаtive verbs

Present simp|e andpresent сontinuous жension: sеehe1r,Iееl, t?stеandsme|l; Аdverbs of frequenсy


Brаinpowеr V: Thеbrаin аndperсеption Еxamtrаining: Skimreаding Ехamtraining: |V|uItip|е сhoiсе R: Мultip|е сhoiсе 16

pеrmьsion, ob|igаtion Modаl verbs: аbiIity, аndreсommendаtion in thеpаst Мodа|s

оndshould Саn,hаvеto,mау rnust, Ertension]. oughtto,nееdto

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Uрsand downsof thе humаnnсe peop|е, V: Dеsсribing SurvivaI, Prepositions Еxam training: Sсanning, Summаrising R: Мatсhing з0

nаrrativе tеnsеs: Thepast: pаst pаstperfeсt сontinuous, Past simplе,

pаst Pаst simplе, сontinuous, Pаstperfесt whiIе Еxtеnsion: д5,when,

32 Presеnt сontinuous, й4 8olл8 to Тhefцture: Prеsеnt 5imp|е

goingto тhefUture: Prеsеnt сontinuous, will, аndprеsent simp|е аssoon аs, Extеnsion: Othеr uses of will,whеn bфrе andоt'ter 46


Jobsin thе futurе growth, v: Desсribing Prepositions, Desсribing аbiIities Ехamt.ainin8: п/issing sеntеnсes R. Missin8sеntеnсes 42

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vеrbs: IogioI сonсlusions Мodаl in the pаst сonс|usioпs Logiсa|

Modаl verbs: |ogiсa| сonс|usions Logiса| сonс|usions in thepаst olthough Eпеnsion BесIuv, unless'

60 Bоdу |ащuagе v: вody |аn8uagе piсtu1е5 Еxаmtrаining: Dеsсribing R: fi.lаtсhing 68 7Sпtа'Ibеginnlngs NеwYork v: PopU|аtion R: пilissing sеntenсes pеrfесt Prеsеnt pеrfесt Prбentpеrfeсt 5imр|e аndpresеnt сonti пuoUs 70 perfесt Prеsеnt perfed pеrfесt simp|e аnd prеsеnt сontinUous Present Аlrеаdу, stil|, Elfiension: уеt 72
The pаss|Vе Extеnsion: Тhе passiуewith bу, of' ууith



Meаsuring the risks v: Possibi|itу, resu|t аndсhаnсе Аrtiс|еs 94

Rе|аtive с|аuses Dеfining аndnon.defining сlаusеs

reIativе DeIining с|аuses Non.dеfining с|аuses Еxtеnsion: Whеrе, whеn 98 сonditionаl, wishеs tirstаndseсond Would rаthеr, wouldprфr to,prфr Еxtension:

96 Wishes First аndsесоnd сonditional.


|ntothе wild V: Wildlife Phrasa| verbs: wеor o|f,woke up,sеttlе in, bring1bout, сomе round '108

112 Rеportеd sреeсh Repoded statemеnts requests anddemаnds Reportin8 122 sрeесh Reported Extеnsion: 5./g8бt аnd rесomnend


Runnin8 out of timе V: Ways of li{e plауon' Phraя|verЬs: еndup,lookoftеr, pull out,toke port 120


L: = Listening, R: = Reаding, 5: = Speаking, V: = voсabulаrу с: = сu|tu]e focus,Fi = Funсtions,

hondovеr. i.:Expressing opinions '116 Writing a formallеttеrof appliсаtion AppIying forа job 119 R: \gnаlion byGeorgе Bernаrd shаW 128 '133 . Ц фтi xп€ З тrnе Ш rшщe:пгr.: 4g out aboutа job fii ll]i{ ШР ]r.а:е шfiШ фemr'.тaling enquiriеs ш| lmrщrt'l fiпtеss ц'.B.i!сl ll:.}б it bettеr 1llшl R: тhе LondoпRoаd tromY|hen I wаlkеd outonesumme| morning byLаurie Lеe 105 C: Notting Hill Carnival сhiпeseNеwYeal ]|llt''tшl к Ь thеir shoеs '.i::s0п !li|Е .rll.look|or. iil{lllш]lT€ ? mme Rz Fiveсor|omilу byRo8er МсGough 50 Writing аn argument for and agaiпst Аmbition: stу|е Exam training: P|anning а сompositiоn lt*hr й. let$b)down. workout.l Llщ.think. in sеttlе splitin.iшr тl:l.Ir!|iШтш I !:-1i:on fll|пП: ]rluilшNjcx" 7. growup keep up with.::еrnаtives liii|il'l[п( !.lllш5 з:rа ringwhаt something mеаns !h ]i]ilш]fl !!FI '=]t!lаining а theft аrеthеBritish? Who PhrаяIvеrbs: bring in. ons шi l ]iltl tЁ.rfrfiffirrtrtrsЬ & .s'.toke on.'т]i ]: :о]nions' а nеWsreport Nfl ]llхlшщ.шшlr&Пг| тwiпs \lаtсhing ш] Et'+ intormаtion o l.liтrl:ге.buildup.J..gеt boсk..шm ]]ш[Ii wlitingа disсursivе сomposition personа| / И..moke up. '' йи '. :эcrorаI аnd diяpprovaI ш! rl|Ц]lflтil J'l-.find out.|obs Tа|king аbout thеfuture Prеpositions Phrаяlvеrbs: bringIbout.put up with. аnning а wеekелd lh rр\ mr tr\-'_ision с: illusi(21stсCnturу stуle щ 64 шffir._:аriюns .r'.m |ilпl {rйfln nIlJC ]li' fl|]il5mixrЕ :J1\eгsаtion . |аll through 40 in thеfuturе .oppinghood lп! Writing a letterof еnquiry Body|аn8uа8е phonеs: |\4obi|е Formа| аndinformа| voсаbu|аry Variеties of English Ad.row i. sеt Phraя|vеrЬs: off.t ihе futurе lh 'I|lhшпm l[.е plа}s шin lЕilrЕ _ .гlс . rlч". 92 Writing а mеssage and an informa| letter |\4еаsuring therisks Prеpositions risk Desсribing put (sb) Phra*l verbs: through. hongup.в!. tuu lhп шi'mЕ \!U|tiplесhoiсе ]f|. gа in holdbock.bеup to.mоkе up' put in.ь ai:"з Writing a dеsсription Great Wа|ls: А dеsсription of p|асе ш l|lШ ilпп: !]nif. lind ou\ fill in 76 78 тravеIwritel of thr уear pаrаgrаphs Writing а storу: 0rdеring аndеvеnts NеwYork words Сonfusing of 8et Usеs Phrаяl vеrbs: сome иp with. r )оmеone й li]lii|lР .onvеrgt|on lifr пrцт16 -]5:ls jti .сomе round.iшr.:еmеnts f. шil lfl .. сo|| boсk. jц fil ilшlllly . verbs: Phrasa| tаkeup.. l {еw fi|lers l.iii]i]шiiilЕ :::.ieсtives Phrая|verbs: fryoиt"keеp up... :. pеop|e lnviting -'rJ п !]{Eш W]iting a |etter аboutyourself penfriends: сomputеr Desсriptions Exam training: Аvoiding rеpetition .lobs Wordbuilding Аdjeсtivеs 14 (: Diffеrcntpelsрdives on the ЕU Writing a lеttergivingаdviсe А homе-stау visit: Giving аdviсe Bra|n PoWеr сrImе put up.sеtup.ssion ШIliш mlЕгc fll Щ '.ttkеup 130 Rl Thеludge's housе byBrаmstokеr 7lt C: Spending habitsand lifеstуIеs шillrыlп!] rП'o.А ta|k rm rпйlщ -lе Еаlsе ш iш]l lп1Б Mr{. on.sеnd kеep in. 104 lnto thewild Phrая| vеrbs: bring in.}:lг) Ups anddowns of thehumаn rасe Сonfusing words put ot'I..l.lfi _ .fo] .[' liiiiшrn :ГE?mmе fr} l. сome up oglinst. [t.Irilgs:т:п lh l]l]п t llшt'.mokеup. wеоr oJf words сonfusin8 Giving an opinion 118 Runnin8 outof timе Соnfusing words Phraя|verbs: сorryout.ur:теri.шl]llшmЕ i:l:. .workout t2 Fаme аndthefamily Prepositions Еxpresslons Phrаsаl vеrbs: hong on to.сorry on.putoff.givеup.т 'lf]ltfr} цffirimd ]it t]i].'ш.'л.r:e htп llппg or Iа|sе шпп' !ililпg ]еntilyin8stаtеmеnts ]lц' lllllilПi]ii t. сounton.put up h/ith .sil .шmml. dropoff Prepositions 26 A New sport from ]oу Luсkсlub byAmyTаn r ' tiitШ ф ..is d вtglish ].go without 66 c: A pаrliаmеntаrу monаrсhу 38 Writing a forma|Iettеr ol сomplаint TomorroWs с|аssroom: Formаl аndin{ormа| lаnguаgе .

. s оrасtisе .ll 1E lш :': ( dеtaiIеd suggеstions on howto аpproасh thеStudеnt's Bookасtivitiеs . ТhеfoI|owing arеsomеоf thеways tеасhers саntаi|or thесoursе to theirstudеnts' nееds: . : S. . : rе r 's : " .:аding ski||s andеxаmtraining " . pаir ТheсIаssroom manаgеmеnt suggеstions forindividuа|.. . Тhisis Flexibility NewMоtriхhasbееnstruсturеd to еnsurе it worksequа|ly groups wе|| for mixеd-abiIity taking еxtеndеd |аnguagе progrаmmеs (5-6 hoursа wееk) programmes (3_4 or rеgu|ar hours).. Тheunits arеthеmе-rеIatеd andwithin еасhsесtion thetopiс is Iookеd at froma diffеrеnt ang|e. if nесеssary. .: j : a Grammar rеfеrеnсe on pаgеs 1з4-141.llГargеt lеarnеrs lit.s Bookсan be usеdforfаstfinishеrs or to orovidе еxtrа praсtiсе groups.:ringandspeаking r.andthеothеr aftеr Unit10. . "'l lцordIist pagеs is on 142-151.n progrаmmе еithеr a rеgu|ar of 3*4hours of ll . Ешшrsе сomponents t.': -. bуan еxamp|еоf thеword .up suggеst асtivitiеs.'' " г:ion.g" s геr'ise pages fеаture unit. Ф " " : j .rg .lt voсаbu|аry сontаins ' . .. . . ] . .s Bookinсludеs: Book сontеnts Iist .D O O K . -. Grammarprасtiсе.:.. :::. пlаr . еxtеndsfromthеStudent's Book: " "-.:il ng ' . . .: I . .. А typiса| . . itsсIаssifiсаtion аs a pаrtof spеесh anda fu|| ':. . Еaсh wordappеars withitsphonеtiс . " : .. рtsоf аll rесordings " . Itis a flеxib|е сoursе t]1.:. : ': al|ехеrсisеs in thеStudеnt's Book . еr..-: foсus ' . Rеading pаgеs for pleasure сanbе usеdin сIass or аt nomе.... prepares sесondary sсhoo| |еarnеrs '. rеfoсusor Rеаding for p|еаsurе . ':.. l . r lntеrmеdiatе " . givеs pIurats. .b€ сomp|еtеd yеаrbygroups in onеsсhool l ] " .:-oкKеV Цew Matrix Тeaсher. groups.]":. .'l .' " Book -:епt's " Rationale NewМаtriх aIIows studеnts to dеvе|op thеirskiI|s аnd Ianguagе fоrехаms аndfоr usеin Iifе. il . . Тhisvаriеty ensurеs that а|| studеnts wiIIbе аb|е to findаn aspесt of thеtopiсwhiсhis engaging and motivating.."-.s ". Lеt'srеvise аnd Wordfoсuspagеs (rеgu|аr саn bе sеtfor homеwork progrаmme) or usеdin (еxtеndеd programmе). lсаbuIary and |аnguаgе foсus of еасhunit ' . Тhеsеprеpаratory aсtivitiеs beсausе arе importаnt thеvaсtivаtе and аllowthе tеaсhеr to assеss thе studеnts' еxisting knowlеdgе оf thеtopiсаnd еngagе themin thе |аnguаgе |еа rni ng proсеss. prеsеntаtion Languаgе and praсtiсe ехpIorе соmmon|y сonfusеd struсturеs аndtеnsеs.'"-::. аndgroup workbring variеty whiсhwiII to thе |еssons.'ri-rсomprises: l'. СuIturе foсuspagеs саn be usеdаs а bаsis for projeсts (еxtеndеd programmе). in pагtiсulаr for mixеd-abiIitу arеas ' l '. сontехts whiсhwi|| to heIp thеstudеnts undеrstаnd thе |anguagе.. еXtra photосopiab|е matеrials inс|uding exаm-foсusеd spеaking and listеning асtivitiеs New Matrix CoursеТеsts Тhеrе аrеtеn NewMоtriхСoursе Теsts. Тhесontrasting of problеm arеаs alIows studеnts to rеflесt of on thеirundеrstаnding Еnglish andto sееit faII intopIaсe. ]''r.. optionalасtivities аndQuiсkfi||ers in thеТеaсhеr. с|аss ln miхеd-abiIity thеsееxеrсisеs саn bе donеin thе Iеsson by fаstfinishеrs. s:nоo|-Iеaving еxaminations.d in thе Units. sеТеst s . Boththе Student's аnd Теaсhеr's Books Warm. . _l. enсouragе motivation forа andсonсеntrаtion andwiII сatеr rangе of |еаrning sty|еs.. " 1 i sСassеt t еs/СDs B оok Student's Book " .. i also dеtaiIs of сompйtivеs and ' -.s Book .i .. . -n supportеd.onеaftеr Unit5. '. ЦlewMatrixWorkbook .: ..nСtionаl |anguаgе оf еасhunit " 'g skills ' Methodology A|Iski||s and |anguаgе workiп NеwМоtriх is prеsentеd within mеаningfu| сIеar. Теsts and two Progrеss .еrеnсеd throughоut to thе rеIеvаnt units.lеStudеnt's Bookсonsists of thеfo||owing: '' .. aftеrеverуsесond '..'. Culturenotеsаnd Languagе notеson thе еxеrсisеs .'' ''|аtriх thеrеаrеtеn thеmе-rе|atеd units. '": -. optionа| aсtivitiеs аnd rеvision idеas .r wееk programmе or an еxtеndеd of 5-6 hours . prасtisеsand sеs.

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4 nоtstudying now 5 wоrking fоr a h 1 putin_е 2 buildup_а 3 mаkеup_d 4 putup with. 2 Studеnts do thееxеrсisе on thеirown..isa|waрphoning . Studеnts sе|есt thеiranswеrs asthеy listеn.:hеsеntеnсеs. likе..rеаding intеrеsting аt thе momеnt? anything goto thесinеmа? Нowoftеn do you usuа||y WhoЪ favourite aсtor? уoUr Whаtkindof musiс do уouIikе? Whаtsubjесts аrеyoustudying thisyеаr? l t i i Grammif Grammar sвpagеs 6_7 Present simpleand presеnt Gontinuous llerm-up д"st studеnts to write downthеnamеs of аs manV famous ..: . know.. Tlime to talk! lGrammar сhесk Presеntsimple and presentсontinuous Uses 1 Bеforе givеthemа fеwminutеs studеnts matсh.. *#."е tеХt again to sееhowthеvеrbs arеusеd. еxеrсise. Studеnts partnеr's. сompаrе thеir answers with a Сhесk 110 .....: PoshSpiсе'.Then studеnts findа nеwpartnеr andtе|| him/ hеrаbout thеir o|dpartnеr.aIikе.J bIond. . to rеadthе usеs.. *t.You -э. o' 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Whаtdо фu usuаlty do аt the wееkend? whаt arЬусiud6ingnow? Arеyou..а|ikе3 . Andу. . optionalaсtivitу Сhoosе onеor twostudеnts tо tе|| thеwhoIe с|аss whаt thеуfound out..'. I usua||y of : _.We oftеngo to nightс|ubs 11' аnd restaurants .1 prеsеnt simрlе 2 щеsеnt simplе 3 Рresеnt сontinuous4 prеsеnt сontinuous . idеas withthес|аss.but whеnwе wеrеsing|e wе didn'tthinkaboutour rеsembIanсe to ]. @D 1:]a||y.g out WithAndynow.... Then I met Andyаt a -s: ninemonths .е pеopIe mistаke us for thе famouspair.J. ъ.еnt plaсеs еaсhwеek.t worry if thеy don't thеfirst timе. Form 2 Studеnts do thе ехеrсisе in pairs..hтгаsаl P|ay verbs thе reсording agаin. Point outthаtthеyshou|dn. Pairs or shаrе -г .r. -.к studеnts to. so whеn hisagеntwanted a Poshlook-aIikе for a pаrty. mеntаI .It usuа||y means we сanjust iln: \ straight inl :.зgеs 4 аnd5.зr the workbeсausе it.: -е. to rеаdthe Givеthеmtwo minutеs to .. .. |f monolinguа| diсtionаriеs arеavаilab|e. Studеnts do thеехеrсisе in pairs..And thе f uturе? | wantto Iivein a biя house and havе|ots .. oт 1 аm working 2 doеsn't plаy 3 arеtheуwеаring 4 Dо you{ikе 5 isn't('snot) singing 6 dont usually watсh 7 . sеe о $€ П еrаIstates .i. I studеnts mаkеa сrossword 0аirs. Whenthеvhavе finishеd. Studепts' ownanswеrs t {).'. 'е studеnts а fеwminutes to undеrlinе theсorrесt vеrbs thе answеrs with thе сlass.rionshow..or fivе groups to disсuss their rеsponsеs.'. |'ma|so .. Askpairs to pаir's thеirсrosswords withаnothеr аnd сomp|еtе thеm. ( . Askstudеnts to Iisten to findout whiсh fаmous (the сouplе arеmеntionеd Bесфms).IеeI andеmotiona| states 1=havеan opinion).Howеvе1 |'mworking at hometodaybeсаuse ]. i . and I suppose I Iookamazing|y IikePosh . _аtсhthеwords in pairs.I workаs a look.uno.. Сhесk theanswеrs with theсlаss. Studеnts oт 1 likеPоshSpiсe 2 a loоk. and that..: uD|еs asthevсаnin onеminutе.mnot studуing anуmore and I еarna lot of monеy. Аndy. pеop|e bесausе arе offеring mе morеand morework.= .i to enсourаge thestudеnts to rеaсt to thеtopiсof thеtеXt ..|..dislike. using thеvoсabu|аry from :.: 'lаtеit.nееd Тhеsе verbs arenotnormаI|Y used in thесontinuous form bесausе thеУdesсribе faсts rathеr thanaсtions. rldеntsсanusethеmto hеlpwithdеfinitions.:. IikеDаvidBесkhаm.s Andуin thе piсture.. Language notes Vеrbs whiсharе not usualIv usedin thе сontinuous arеthosе whiсhdеsсribе: ....b 5 brinр in _ с 6 fоran аutофaph KJ -. сrеrсisе саn bе usedаt anypointin thе Iesson you whеre ilr/'.е doingsomephotos for a magazine. 8еtаlIthеinformаtion P|ау thе rесording. studеnts quеstions.think. see(= цn6.-: пееd an orаll disсussion aсtivity. ago I wasа poorаrt studеnt.:гnаt a | l.еr get bored go to |ots bесause everуday is diffеrеnt. o llsеof thе sensеs ..belong to. crеn. Еliсit theanswers bу quеstions аsking studеnts whiсh wilIhеlpthemfindthе answеrsuсhas Whоtthings do peoplеdo regulаrlу? |f nесеssаry askthеmto giveyouеxаmp|еs of thе prеsеnt simp|е аndсontinuous. mу rеaIname's Саmil|а.Сheсk thеanswers withtheсIаss. о. |'mgetting busiеr aIlthе ..f. Hе'sa modeI. . sееm.r Те|| studеnts thatyouarеgoing to p|aу tnе rесording twiсе.s ta|| .. Dividе thеmintopаirs or groups of . lji.8 isgiеtting 3 Studеnts do thееxerсisе on theirown'Сheсk theаnswеrs withthе сlass аndсorrесt anyprob|ems before studеnts ask аndаnswеr in pаirs.o..suggеsted me! Now.|\4y lifeis vеry : . n i.Whаtdo I partiсuIarly Iikеаboutthe job? . .t'eеl.еrеnt. te|I thеmto rеаd .ьаp .s firstWords to me Wеre |ookjust . Сhесk theanswеrs withthе сlass.sfun.е down thеirrеsponsеs. Тhе on|ythingI don'tIikеis lt'sreaIly embarrassing! Pеop|е аreа|waуs mе asking -'i* ]g аutographs.

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..mаin plеnty оf praсtiсе in it.d . . is a basiсrеa{iпв skiiland it Ь а gооdidеа idеаs.. ....Forеxamp|е: word.ot . sothе bеst on thеirownwitha timе|imitof do thе exerсisе 4 Studеnts thеаnswеrs withthе сlass.. or whattheу by howmuсh/ |itt|е surprised to rеmembеr? Whiсh items wеrе еasiеr rеmеmbеred? еvеrything? in thе с|аss rеmеmbеr Didаnyone й. to thеy а word. a{iФ.. Сhесk thе f } $ $ optiona! aсtivity dеsсribе thеm. to hаve andthеyarеgoing on thеirown. to disсuss fouror fivе andidеas. . answеrs oаirs.:.р. .iвн'.. Теllthem. optionaIасtivity сonneсtions bеtwееn by mаking Pеop|е oftеnremеmbеr word to sayanothеr а studеnt а wordand invite idеas..Go roundthе сIass book. if thеydo nоt undеrstand stop.'..4 iii$j*Е:i.h book and so on.reаd. .P|ay thеgаmе beforе saying to thinkfortoo |ong of fоurminutes' forа mахimum ll their own tiфyrskill iii п.€. lcы'lЁra.eIс.":.Students do thеexеrсisе 5 Studеnts whiсhparts of thе anddisсuss witha partnеr's thеirаnswеrs withthес|ass' thеаnswеrs Сhесk thеmandwhy.:::.. tеxthе|pеd Reading Сhесk on thеirownor in pairs. rесеnt _ pеn_ paper.Sее Unit summarуon Contentspagеs4_5 pagеs 16_.'. to saya wordthеyсonnесt studеnt withthе most sаys a wordthеусonneсt studеnt Еaсh librаrу notthеoriginаI one. к.д :. SаУ if yousау themof.{!ii*i*i*э$. вш..ч .i. .. studеnts 3 ln pаirs. whiсhуourwordrеminds anothеr invitе might saybook...аs tо givеyоui studеnts quiсkIy frоmIinеto thеir еуеs mоving kееp йd. Givеstudents Thеmainmessаgе forthеirtitlеs.write studеnts fastand notаl|owing thе pасе in thiswaуkееping а wоrd. o| someof thestudеnts to bе more is thаtwе саntrainoursеlvеs thеartiс|е titlеs shou|d inс|udе thispoint. groups tеII thе Pаirs or thеir rеsponsеs. thеirmemoriеs сIаss about Аsk two minutеs to skimrеаdtheartiс|е.. Сhесk @ .i:ix сomparе on theirown.iЁыоirrg.Ihen thе student librаry' wil. t|ю.Forеxamp|е."':.. observant. quiсklу thеtехtwill а|sо hеlp rgвr through liq.l b 2. do thispаrtof thеехerсisе 1 and2 Studеnts Wеrе anyof thеm сompare Iists.:. :. thе do thееxеrсisе 2 Studеnts Makеsurеthеrе arеno prob|еms withthе сlаss.t&i$$iij]:imllrе:qцi€and kly еаsi|y whi{ a textis аbout.fu i. to rеad Askstudеnts of or groups Dividе thеmintopairs notеdownthеirrеsponsеs. fiveminutеs..17 Rеadin g Brаin powеr SB Memor1 tоst to do a shortmеmorу tеst thаtthеyаrеgoing 1 Tе|| students а striсt timе|imit.. whiсhof thеаdjесtivеs dесide studеnts with thе сlаss who dесidеs thеiropinions sharе Studеnts or notthеyarеright' whеther Examtrai rеаding а tеxtquiсkly to gеt skirnriading(orskimming)..3... Time to talk! to Givеthеmtwo minutеs thе quеstions...

Аs try to ":г.haij оlr 1 сould. o' whunshеwаs16. Students сomplеtе as muсhinformation аsthеyсan. Tе|| Bs . Фl 1 5 Bеforе givеthеmtwo minutеs students dо thе еxerсisе. optionаl aсtivity Аskstudents to drawor takephotos of signs thеysее i pеoplе around thеmin thеirown|аnguagе whiсh tеI| whаt : thеymust andmustn't do. tе|| thеmto Iook baсk at 4. сouIdn't 2 hаdto. Interviеwеr: Havеуou votеdin an e|eсtion уеt? М еI аnie: Not yet. Hеrfavоuritе dаywаsSunday. Interviewеr: At what аge сan you drive in thе UK? Phi||ip: You havеto be 17 to drivea са1 but уou саn ride a mopеd . . TеII thеm to Iookbасkat 1 and2 if neсеssary. buts|iесou|dn't runfаst. HoWеVer.rla}{ Forms 2 Students do thееxеrсise on thеirownor in pairs. but most pеopIе don't.But I beIievе еverybody hаs to hаvе their own passport now if they trаvеI: еven new-born bаbieshavеto hаvеthеir own. Youсouldmаkеthеir i workintoа сIаssroom displaу.but I thinksomeсhiIdrеn сan stаrtsсhoolin the Seotembеr before theirbirthdaу.didn'thavе to 3 io iliodalverbs:ability. . Shеalsohаdto еаtthe right food.'. Students сomoarе thеiranswers withа partnеr's.swiйmer SheсЬu|d. Studеnts do theеxеrсisе on thеirown. A||ow a maximum of tеnsесonds.Сhесk thеаnswеrs tvith thес|ass oraIlу if youfееltheс|ass is strong еnough. Studеnts swаprolеs. so somearе onlуjustfour. Ф'а Talкing about rulоs and rogulations . obligаtion and rеGommendation lVarm-up r'-тstudеnts intopairs аndteIlthеm to dесidе whoisА аnd . 2b 3е 4f 5a 6d 2 3 4 rnиsf оbligаtion. Rеmembеrt Bеforе studеnts stаrt еxеrсisе З. ( . gеttinltir. in thе Ioса| swimming tеаrn shеhаdto gеi up еаr|y in thе morning to train. Аnswеr аnyquеstions. Aftеrninеtу sесonds tеl|Аs tо с|osе thеirbooks. to skimrеad thеtextso thatthеyundеrstаnd thе mаinidеаs. P|aу thе rесording. +'1с oт1 4 Studеnts do theеxerсise on thеirownor in pairs. o* 1 саn 2 don'thavе to 3 hаdto 4 hаdto 5 l havе tb 6 сou|dn't 7 соu|dn't 8 didn'thave to 9 сould 10 сouId 6 Studеnts rеwritе thеtехtin сlаss If thеv or for homеwork.Bесausе shе. swimfor hours Without ShесouldaIso Jivе bеаutifu||y.was.. .||be ab|еto havеmу saу. ТеlI piсturеs students to look аt thе six for ninety '*l r=iоnds. You саn Ieаvе at 16. сhоosе a piсturе fortheirpartnеr to dеsсribе.:г.еd. Тhiswil|hеlpthemto сhoosе theсorreсt formof thе modal. nеedhe|p. Interviewer:Do you know at whаt аgе you сan hаvеуour own pаssport? WеlII'vеhad one for fivе veаrs'еvеr sinсeI wеnt on a |osh: sсhooI skiingtrip... Сhесk thе аnswеrs ora||y if уoufeеlthе с|аss is strong еnough. askthemto rеad thе еrplanation in thеbox. сCIлt аbilitу . when you arе jUst Not that manу pеop|е havеmopeds. .permission.|'m stiII birthdaу's nеxt month only 17. edz: ТеII studеnts thаtyouarеgoing to playthe reсording twiсe.: 5 исy pеrmisSion 6 should rесommеndаtion [еt's activate krammarсheсk l Hodal verbs Usеs 1 Studеnts do thе еxеrсisе on theiroWnor in pairs. 3 Students do the exerсise on theirown.lо iSB. answеrs to thе Сhесk withthе с|ass theanswеrs .Sаmwasа good. lt wаstheonеdауshе didn't trainandso shеdidn't hаvе to gеtup еаr|y. Interviewer: Whеndo you haveto start sсhooI in thе UK? Kerry: You havеto stаrtsсhooI thе tеrm in whiсh you аrе fivе.to 4 dо-n't Modals in thо past 4 Askstudеnts to rеаd thееxаmp|еs аndthinkаbout thе quеstions. с@@ t саrr'. | сan't.зоks. PIay thе rесording agаin forstudеnts and сheсk to сomp|еtе theirаnswеrs..! Studеnts do thееxеrсisе on thеirownor in pairs..l6. Сhесk thе аnswеrs withthесIass and if nесеssаrV askstudеnts to providе examp|еs. сhесk thе аnswеrs with thес|ass. Сheсk theanswеrs withthе сlаss.nеmbеr as muсhdеtаiI as oossib|е while Bs сheсk in thеir :. if уou want to driveа van then you must bе 1B. |\4y so thеy сan hoIdаn e|есtion аnу time аftеrthat and l.Gram m?f sвpаgеs]8_]9 havе.Tе|l thеmto prеpаre Еng|ish i trans|аtiоns of thesigns fоrtourists. InterviеWer: Do vou know whеn vou саn |еаve sсhoo|? Kerry: Тhаt'smorе straightforward.

fi ngerprinting. lаnguage notes _ Way (noun) (nosingu|аr mеаns or mеthod form) [еt's practisr grammаr SB pagеs 20-21 Somе or alIof theexеrсisеs саn be givеn аs homеwork. Shеhasn't takеn hеrdriving tеst. \ 2 Аskpairs tb jointogеther to mаkegroups of fourto dо 2. Johnhasto goto sсhoo| | сouIdn't spеаk Еnglish whеnl was7 years old. pIаy footbaIl bесause .. Jaсkсouldn't Wеdidn'thavе to bе homееar|y bесаusе . havе to 3 hаdto 4 mustn't 5 hadto 6 must 5 1 2 3 4 5 Whеnl wasat sсhoo|. proсedurе about identity forexamp|е. Тhеwitnеss isthеn аsked parades to identify thesuspeсt. pеrson а witness mayсhoosе an innoсеnt who rеsemb|es thесriminа|.l shou|d 2 hаvе to 3 mustn't 4 саn 5 doesn't hаvе to 6 саn't 7 maу 8 shou|dn't 21сan|maу 2 mustn't 3 must 4 mustn't 5 mustn't 6 сan 7 сan't 8 must 9 саn 10 саn 11 саn't 12 must 3 1 2 3 4 5 6 youp|аy СouId theguitar . Listеning 3 . СаnI stаy housе at Ji|l's on saturday.71 2 3 4 5 8 Аskstudеnts to rеad thе |ist of aсivitiеs. |t'shisbirthdaу. Play thе reсording. @ Rе|iаb|е identifiсation of сriminа|s is.librаry. muыt and should 1 . .t nееd to bring . hаvo Io.of сoursе. Ifthе rеаlсrimina| is notthere.сdn... Mum? СеIiа саn'tdrivea сarby hersеlf. vitаI|y importаnt.... ТheyсouId аddto thе |istin eхеrсise 1 anv mеаns of idеntifiсаtion theythought of in theWarm-Up. identity pаrаdеs). Think parades.Тhg right uord 91с 2a 3с 4b 5а 6b 7a 8b pagеs22_2З ldеntitу parade SB Listening and speaking groups. askstudеnts to аntiсipаte whаtеaсhsесtion might inсludе. 9 Тhisсan bе organised in thеsаmеWаy a5еxerсisе 8 or аs аn openс|ass disсussiоn.? l hadto go homеfromsсhoo| yеsterdaу . Katedoesn't needto work Markought to do . 6 | mustn't forgеt to ringТimtonight.. аskthemto te|| (forеxamp|е: ways in whiсhсriminals arеidеntifiеd DNАprofiling. bе аb|e to 2 Сan 3 be аb|e to 4 bе ab|е to 5 bе ablеto 6 Сan o. 81 Younееd Youdon.... Сhесk thеаnswers with thесIass.? Youmustn't еat . Unfortunаte|y. Warm-up yousomе Bеforе studеnts openthеirbooks.. 7 Wеwеntout |ast nightbeсausе wе didn'thаve to do anу homеwork.. Dividе students intosma|| groups of fouror fivеto disсuss thеirаnswers. Аftеr аbout fiveminutеs еliсitthеirаnswеrs аnddisсuss аnydifferеnсеs of opinion thеymayhave. I hadto Wear a uniform. Dividе students intosma|| Giveеaсhgroup а p|асе written on a piесеof pаpеr. Extеnsion a. for еxampIе: аirсrаft. TеlI studеnts that to p|ay thе reсording twiсе. Аskеaсh group to sharе thеiridеas withthе с|аss. naad Io 6 1 ought to 2 neеdto 3 doеsn't nеedto 4 neеds to @ .Ought to. аrеnotVery re|iab|e. m4|.d|2e Bеforе you playthe rесording.. e. Askthe groups to writеfivеor six ruIеs fоr thаt plасе аndthento reаdout thеirru|es forthe othеrgroups to guеss whatthе p|aсе is... A suspесt stands in a Iine of innoсent of simi|ar appеaranсe andсanсhoose anyposition.. Тhеse аrеpo|iсe pеop|e throughout thеwor|d. youspеаk Whiсh |anguаgеs сou|d whеn. Тhiswil|foсus themon thеtask. сlosеd-сirсuit сomerls.. Give thеmа minutе to notеdownthеirrеsponses. уouаrеgoing 4 1 hаsto 2 doеs. unti|hе's16. motorway. Сantheythinkof anyfamous саses in whiсhoneof thesе methods hаsbееnusеd? 1 Studеnts do theеxеrсise in pairs.' you nееdto useа flash...

dbееnIooking in thе IoсаI for weеks for a partlimejob _ at the time I wasa bit shortof саsh_ аnУWaу. . Тhе rеa| сriminaI's сhаngеd Ioads с|othes anyway of timessinсеthe сrimеwas сommittеd. A||ow a maХimUm Ask of fivеminutеs. smа|| that 50rtof thing! Interviewеr: But don.\ trlaphone сonv9r6ation 4 . groups to sharе thеiridеas withthе с|ass. to disсuss Rеmind paгtof thе quеstion thеmto answеr |he Whу? as We|| asthеfirstpart. Thаnks vеry muсh. Yes.15 and3. again bеforе сhесking thеanswеrs With thе сlass.s а ТV and theysomеtimes givеyou сoffeе and bisсuits . aсtua|lу. the suspeсt.Сhесk thеаnswers With thес|аss. FоrехаmоIе: Whу? an еasy Waу to earnmoney hе|p to сatсh сriminaIs Whуnot? witness might thinkyouаrеthесriminаI mighthavе to Wеar stupid сlothes Speaking Pгonunсiation в .15 / 6. P|аy thе rесording. AIex: Studеnts writеУes nехt to thе stаtеmеnts thеуthinkA|еx madе andNo nеxt to theonеshе didn't. I thought it Iookеd intеrеsting. theyсa|| Interviеwer: Аnd is it easy?| mеan.Сash WеII. Thеtimeis 1.50 optional aсtivity prob|еms ]fstudеnts havе with 3. .. Тhеstudents shоu|d bе аb|е to rесognise thе mainstress lf theуsееm aftеrIistеning onсe. But| саnmiss it. |'Ve thеn.doesanythingеVergo wrong? AIеx: I oftеnfind it impossib|е to kеepa straight fасe.snot bаd.50. / 10'50 plоne Thе is dueto lаndаt 11.. цшer: Е r..Kееp thе paсebrisk. p[ BIасk:Goodmorning. so I askеd for an appIiсation form_ and |'vеbeenbusyeversinсe! ntеrviеwеr: So how manу paradeshaveуou taken part in? {Jех: I'velostсount. plауthе rесording unsure aboutanуof thеWords. сheсk Studеnts thеiranswеrs in pairs. saу thе WеI|. . 3 Тruе t . studеnts rеwritе thе statеmеnts thеymarkеd withа No.cLз P|аy thе rесording thеnаskstudеnts to сorrесt the . Writе Whу? and Whу not?аs hеаdings on thе boаrd andаskthеgroups for thеirrеаsons.15 bу mу watсh. @ partin аn identity I was wondеring if уouwou|d befree to take parade onТhursday aftеrnoon.you сan wearwhatyou Iikе.15 / B.so I startеd rеading it. {Dl 1 Тruе _ BB3076 Щеt..of сourse.mmeеting hеrаt 6. Тheу сan seе еvеrуthing. / 1.as it'snot thatimportant and| сangеtthеnotes from someone e|se. a friendof minе had a сarstoIen аnd Wewentto thе nеаrеst PoIiсe Station to reDort thе thеft. l. o6|z. Ч B|асk: 0K _ thаt's fine. though.€ д l.thе reсording a seсond timeif nесessary. . Чiеx: gotа Ieсturе Еr.: following sеntеnсеs аnd askthеmto tеl|уou if theanswеr is а quаrtеr pastor tento.sсаrves. Intеrviewеr: And hasanуbody everpiсkеd уou out thinking уou werethе сrim i nа | ? AIeх: Yеs.w h at t i mе ? дllt tsIасk: 3.50.15 / 11.and Е'5for everyhаIfan hour afterthat.50.t on Sundоу morning. whiсh isn'tbad whenyou'rе а penniless student! Interviеwer: So whаt happеns whеn you get there? AIeх: Youjustsignyournamеand wait in the waiting roomuntiI you. Аnd havеyou madеa |otof moneу? 7 Dividе groups studеnts intosmаII thеquеstion. 1s. how did you getintothis idеntitу Цех: papers Wе|l.thevdidn't! Interviewer: And whatdo уou do whileyou're waiting for thе parade? Aleх: oh. HeI|o Dt 8{асk:Am I speаking to A|exSеe|ig? lt{еt: Yеs.. . Сhесk thеanswers withthe сlass э аr. So you wеreаskеdto takе partat thе Po|iсe Station there a nd thеn? . it'saIIveryсiviIisеd. not ехaсtly.that'sme.but it'sdefinitely we|Iovеr50. Тherе.tvou feеIsorrvfor the witness? AIex: You standbehinda one-Way mirro1so уoUсan'teversеe the witnеss.to telIthe truth. ]гltеrviеwеr: And what happеns? Do you haveto wearwhat they givеyou? l'Jех: probably No.аisе stаtеments in оаirs. Тhеprogrоmmе starts at B. it'ssuсh Sorrу short notiсe. poIiсе Thisis PС BIaсk fromthe IoсaI stаtion.You rea||у haveto be vеrуdisсipIined and not burstout |аughing _ espесiа||y sometimes whenthеуаskyou to stiсkon thosе goatеebеardsand hats. I sаwthis postеron the wаIIthat said Rеwаrd' and l was intеrеstеd in whаt it might bе for. |. Languagе notes goatее pointеd . notthаt muсh_ but it.a smа|| bеаrd beаrd @ l пtеrviewеr: paradеbusinеss? SoAIex.Тhere's even аn additionаI i5 if you're сalIеd in at shortnotiсe. You do seе of сourse.I hopе! Interviеwer: Buttheydidn'tarrеst AIex: No.onсе* аnd then it wаsvеrу diffiсuIt to kеepa straight faсe! you.I gettl0 for up to аn hour. gеtup until 10'15 Тheу didn.а P|aу thе rесording again.50.

l Whаt does it mean? I think it's somеonеwho 2 breaksinto a houseto ] 5tеа] Joе: something. 12 Dividе group5.Givеthеmаbouttеn minutes. Sandy: No.s |Vavbе vou сan tеl|me whata vеrdiсt is? о |ookit uo. Еxamp|еs inс|udе: сombine а judу _ somщ . Ф . Sаndy: +Аh. studеnts intothreе A. lf mono|inguaI diсtionariеs аrе availabIe.Qa}aа. Or a a @ Asking/ Explaining what somethingmeans Sandу: You see this word burglor. Tеl| thе newgroup5 to exp|ain thеir words to еaсhothеr.е: irres{ thеуаrebе|iеve Еxplaining . Monitor andсhесk thеyarеusing thеphrasеs сorrесt|y.t.l businеss 2 appligation 3 фfinite|у 4 сomлLЦtеd 5 adфionaI 6 pеnniIеss 7 disсip|inеd B suspeсt 9 |f studеnts Wеre notсonfidеnt pattеrns. Lеt. оbtаin а mu$FI. B аndс.'iB 13 Studеnts under|ine thеwords on thеir own. Monitor and mаkеa notеоf any mistakes forсorreсtion lаter. might Те|| students thаtyouаrеgoing to p|ay thе rесording onlyonсe. YoumаyWаnt to askthе bеstpairsto pеrform thеirro|ep|аy to thес|ass. tеII studеnts to usethеmto сheсk thеmeanings of words wherе thеrеis disagrееment. onеfromgroupB and onefrom groupС in еасhgroup. or words thаtnonе of themknow. pеrform Students the roIеp|аy. " murder.s 14 Studеnts workin pairs.l. if nесеssary hе|ping withvoсabu|аry. ассused eт: a rеwrd:я a susprсt.l. so that's it!And саnyou te||mе whatransom mеans? |t mеans somеthing that you paуto kidnappers to gеtthе pеrson Joе: theykidnapped baсk.a o thiф - _ to Ьt. whеnandhoщwhat thе bikеis likе.: а сrlmе fraud -.Те|I studеnts to readthеdia|oguе bеforе thеу|istеn '' to thе rесording аndte|lthеmto tryandаntiсipаtе Whаt go in thеgаps. Мonitor thеpаirs whi|e thеyаreworking. сourtоf lаw _ 0 ronюm monеуpаld bl hasbеепkidпаpщd .Studеnts сomparе thеir answеrs With p|аy а partner's. Studеnts fil|аs manygaps as thеyсаn. А or B. * Quiсkfiller! Аskstudents if thеyсanthinkof аnvothеr vеrb аnd noun pаirs whеrе thеstrеss shifts in а simi|аr waу|o аpptу * сombinаtion. With thе sаmenumbеr of students in eaсhgroup.Сheсk thе аnswеrs withthесlаss. Studеnt А wi|| nееd to thinkabout thedеtаils of thесrime for еxamp|e: whеrе. Еole pla1 15 Putstudеnts intopairs andgive thеma rolе. Nowdividе studеnts intogroups of thrеe. thе reсording again for studеnts to сomp|etе thе diа|oguе. aboutthеstress ask the сlаss to rеadthewords a|oud in сhorus. 10 Studеnts do thе еxerсisе on thеirown. Student B wi|| nееd to аskthеquestions аnd makenotеs.| сan.@ interеsted . щоp|e. P|aу thе rесording. Сhесk the аnswеrs withthе с|аss. Сhесk thееxp|anаtions withtheсlаss. Сhесk thе еxp|anations withthe с|аss. Studеnts disсuss explanаtions of thewords thеvhаvе beengiven using thе phrаsеs in .Те|I them to rеad thеirrolеandthinkabout whаtthеyarеgoing to say.killingа o burglсr . Rеmind thеmto usеthеphrases in 1. lf nесеssаrу. Giveеасhof thе groups sixof thеwords in thе |ist(onе wordсаn bе left out). with onеstudеnt fromgroup А. оppliсаtion.1.Сhесk thеаnswеrs withtheс|ass.

:. l.:.iiа.l..:. .... oi 1 2 3 4 | thinkyоushоu|d takе thеtrain. butthеdisсussion shouId bе in Eng|ish.lt. Ifstudеnts hаd writе thеexprеssions on theboard. 5nеusеssnorт тorms' т0rехаmрtе: Inаnкs.у:.. Dothеуthink i lhе sеntеnсе wasfair?Whаt sеntеnсе wou|d thеyhаvе i * i:"Т.'{:{^уou oII ritthеstаtion) g]vеn if]!Ч.. Ф.lЁiаlйр .. . dotheTrаnsporf sесtion withthеmon thе board andthеntеl| thеmto сontinuе on thеirown..]l'. 6onditional for adviсo Rеаd theru|е а|oud to thеstudеnts inсluding thееxamp|е. . thеmthеУ should notes rathеr thanсopying sеntеnсes fromthе |ettеr..'-iэrking groups. . . Itwou|d bе bеttеr to travе| on Fridаy mоrning. Writе somе suggеstions on thе board.l. 3 Givеstudеnts two minutеs to skimrеаd the rеp|у. Сheсk thе аnswеrs withthес|ass.... 7 Studеnts do thееxеrсise on thеirown. Тhis wi|| aIso he|p thеm to undеrstаnd thе соntеxt thеwordis usеdin.. аnd lt would be уoushould bеtter .Rеmind thеmto usеthеohrаsеs work from6' Studеnts giving in pаirs andreсеiving аdviсе. .. сlаss..l.ll.m.. !:9.."-*--*-\ optional aсtivity ]r lg in somеnеWspapеr reports of сrimеs... Studеnts disсuss thеir answers in pairs. Studеnts to thеnrеadthе lеttеr сhесk if thеirsuggеstions Werе сorrесt..'.l..tig1$ll1r:lё.. Сhесk theanswers withthе с|аss..':.: lrl:lli.i 1skthеmto dеsсribе brief|y to the rеstof thе сIаss what 1 lhе сriminaI did andwhаt thеsеntеnсe was.fiв!. Studеnts' ownanswеrs ..вйяЦilт6t.Ineуrе......'. Answеr thеquestions ora||у asа с|ass. iiilligоklлg i5.цЁi'. Фi1d 2с зb 4a shёl. Rеmind studеnts thаtthissoftening of is veryсharaсtеristiс Еnglish.:.l.'"u* .:.1.... Сhесk thеаnswеrs withthесIаss. Stеpsto betterwriting 4 Studеnts Те|I mаkе workon theirown. in pairs or smаI| to сhoosе an artiсIе э 3зouta саsе whiсhinterеsts thеm. |fthеy nееdhе|p.п...T }:l:l'. 9 Bеforе givethеmonе minutе studеnts do thееxеrсise.*iiil. to piесe rеad thе prob|ems аndthinkof а of adviсе foreaсh onе.n. (byusing Askstudеnts howSa||y softеns thеadviсе shеgivеs phrasеs suсhas l think .. Sheаlsousеsmoda|s |ike should andought to.'l. fфrd.)..rpj.'li:. withthе Сhесk thеanswеrs probIеms.iцfoim1! 8 Studеnts workin oairs.':.Ь. .takewаtеrоroоf с|othins 5 Studеnts do thееxеrсisе on thеirоwn.... | thinkрu оught to trу а YouthHostеl.*аnd moreсomfortаblе... Wеаthеr oftеnwet. U$f *..:l::. 1 b 6а zс 7a зь 8a 4a 9b 5с 10с &lving advice 6 Studеnts do the exеrсisе on thеirown.l. Studying the sample 2 Askstudеnts to сovеr up Mаriа's |еttеr and rеаdthe situation aIoud to thеm. Answer аnуquеstions. e. whiсh wouId thеу сhoose? Take a с|аss votе.. sьe..Аskthеmto writе downthe phrasеs SaIIy usеs.. Askstudеnts.sоtаkёsomе watеrproоf сlothing.т-9:" :l":*9g**" ** -"- Wоrdsworth's homе ..visit Writinga Iеttеrgiving adviсе pagеs А home-stоу visit SB 24-25 Itarm-up 1 students |ook аt thеаdvеrtisеmеnt for a homе-stay studу сoUrse on page24.ff.'.. Lаnguagе notеs yisit ... ThеnеWspapеrs сanbе i п their|аnguаgе..whеnthе student a homе-stау stays in thе homеof a fаmi|у Writеthе hеadings Аdvаntаges andDisаdvаntages on thе boаrd. Askthemto prеdiсt whаt questions Mariamight аskin hеrIеttеr. жil fi:i.:. ffiil-l'. I..|шer. Askstudеnts forthеirsuggestions andwritеthеmup in nоtе form....l..:n.'иl.rvitn.i.. . ii .$egrl. Iikе this: Advantagеs Disadvantages havе to spеak Eng|ish Ionе|y аlIthеtimе еxpеriеnсе Eng|ish havе to spеak Еng|ish fаmiIy lifе all thetime no trаvе|ling to |essons might notIike fami|у Askstudеnts if thеywеrеoffеrеd in a |anguagе a сoUrse sсhoo| in Еng|and or a homе-stау visit.Rеmind thеmto |oo аt thеwords bеforе andaftеr еaсhgapto hеlpthеmdесide whаt typeof wordthеуwilInеed. :lr ll I ' rr..фи1.G*иlti1:..rви.

Сheсk thеаnswers with theс|аss. LhoсYing 16 Rеmind studеnts thattheyshou|d a|wаys сhесk thеir writtеn work. suggest thatthеywriteаn informaI |еtter asJim is а young person. Whi|e studеnts аretaIking. if thеrеis an Eng|ish nаmе. ln pairs studеnts questions disсuss 1-4. the quеstions аndthinkof someanswers.Uвingartiсlos 10 Studеnts dothееxеrсisе ontheir own..Askstudеnts to dесidе whethеr theirlettеr should bе formа| or informа|.. &iving dafinitlons 3 1 doеsit mеаn 2 | thinkit's 3 don'tyou 4 l'm notsure 5 muсhmorеserious 6 do yоuthinkwou|d bе 7 prison sеntеnсe 8 wou|dbе еяоugh 9 firstoffenсe givethеma minutеto rеаd 12 Bеforе studеnts do the exerсisе.bу аir.А|low maximum fivе a of minutеs. whatto do. off 3 sеtoff 4 found out 5 put. ED l_ . Tе|| thеmto write giving a |еtter to thеirfriend. Те|| thеmto thinkaboutwhattheydisсussеd in 12 whеnplanning thеir paragraphs. adviсе on thefo||owing topiсs: . . Tellstudents to imaginе thatа goodЕnglish friеnd of thеirs is сoming to theirсountry fora homе-stаy visit. offе 5 1 mаdеup 2 drop... . up ь'ProPogitionэ 61of 2in 3аt 4tor 6 without 7 with 5about Rеading for pleasure pagе A new sport SB 27 Warm-up questions Diсtatе thеfol|owing to thеstudents: Hаveуou evеrploуеdсhеss? If уes. Youсаn а|sosuggest thattheylook bасkat Sа||y's |etter in 3 to he|p withinformal |anguagе and ordеring thеirparagrаphs. writеthemup on the board.. preposition ls thеreanothеr usedwith waysof travel|ing? _ (Yes.how oftеndo уou plау? lf no.t 1 put . thin8s to do in thеevеning. Rеmind students thаtthe lettеrs shou|d bе bеtween 120-150 words. do thе exerсise orallv as a who|е с|ass. Ptrrasаl vorbs .. onfoot). yourlеtter Writing Undoratanding tho tasК ReadUnderstаnding the taskaloud to the сIаss. Whеn thеyhаvеdonеthis'askthemto tе|| thе с|аss aboutonе person theyintеrviewed. 11 Studеnts do the еxerсise on theirown.. for example: Withbestwishes. ф Quiсk fiIIer! Аskstudents if thеyсanthinkof otherwаys of trаvelling whiсhсаn gowith the prеposition bу (bуbus. up b 2 make up d 3 sеt off с 4 findout а 5 drop. page Word foсus SB 26 e'. bу boot" bу bike).. wouldуou like to ploу? Whу/ whу not? Te|| studеnts to askthrееpeop|e in the с|ass the questions. oл on horsebасk. Setаsidesomеtimein с|аss forthemto еxсhаnge their|etters witha paгtnеr's аnd сhесk through eaсhother's workfor thе pointslistеdunderСheсking and alsoforthestandard of hаndwriting. Askpairs to sharе theiridеаs withthе с|ass. Askthemto tе|lyou howthеy сou|dеnd thеirlеtter. Writing 15 Studеnts write their|ettеrs in сlаss or for homеwork. Ехtеnsion o'. 14 Тe|l students to lookbaсkаt theWays of giving аdviсе thеy Iisted in 6. ?lanning 13 Dividе intogroups studеnts of thrее or four. Remind themto usеthе еxprеssions for giving аdviсе thеуhаve prасtised in thisseсtion. Monitor and providе hе|pif nесеssary. ltlords сюnnoc|oduith сrimo 2 1 burg|ary2 speеding 3 manslaughter 4 murder 5 mugging 6 thеft o'. а goodpresеnt to bring forthеfаmily. |f nесеssаry.prain pgu?r 1 1 rеmembеring2 explanation3 obsеrvаnt 4 memoriеs 5 mind 6 rеmind 7 brain 8 sеnsеs о.andwhаtnotto do in thе homе.. Makеsurе studеnts undеrstand whatthеyhаveto do. monitor аnd сheсk thatthеy knowthe Еng|ish namеs forthearеаs' distriсts and сitiеs theymеntion.А|ternative|y.

youmustn't smoke in thеwaiting room.hineьe parentь' brought up in bothihо Unitоd ihо wаe itatоs andourope' A сommon thоme in hsг booКs iвfamil1 гelаtionьhips. . ff rе . wеоkness.\to LettsreviseUnits 1 and 2 SB pagеs 28_29 L*K'-J Grammar 1'.l 2 3 4 5 6 7 Your rеaсtions givеthеmtwo minutеs Bеforе students do thе еxerсise to rеad thеquеstions andthinkаbout theirrеsponsеs. 51 61 71 fasсinating 2 friеndlу 3 nationaIistiс 4 сuIturе 5 сustoms 6 indеpеndеnt 7 identity putup with 2 makеup 3 building up 4 drop Pаmoff (at) 5 sеtoff rеmind 2ехplаnation 3mеmory 4shy э burg|аr 6 offenсе 7 arrеstеd idеntifiсаtion 2 сonversаtion 3 performanсе 4 сonstruсtiоn5 аpp|iсation6 organisation 7 ounish mеnt taI| 2stoсky 3fair 4short 5wavу 6b|ue 81 . Thismay|еad to further disсussion if thеrе аrediffеrеnсes of opinion. .' . uauаll1 mothaгs. gеt Notrеa||y. hе mUstn't windsurf forthrее months.l э 7 I 21 2 3 4 ) 6 often hеlp 2 think 3 nееds to 4 'sdoing a|wаys сomp|aining 6 prеfеrs phonе doеs thismobi|е be|ong to arebесoming Yеs. l do.оuhаvе enough bi|ingua| diсtionаriеs forеvery two i siudеnts..0nnoу.СanI borrow уourmobilе goto thе doсtor's. No. аbsorb. YoushouId 6a 7с 8b 9с 10 15a 16с 17b 18с r1 hеnstudеnts have finishеd. withhold.. сhilrdren. askthеmto rеadthеtextto tindthеwоrds. аndthgiг(hinoьo-Pvnoriсan 'thedoуLuсКСlubhaьboen mаdо intoа film. fun1 Тaniь а bоst-аslling authoг who шas boгnin thоU6A of . Divide studеnts groups intosmaII thеquеstions' A||ow to disсuss a maximum of tеnminutеs. askthemto workin pаirs аndfindoutthе Ё теаningof some or a|| words fromthеtеxt: i of thеfoIlowing цеg. Yеs. but I hаvе to pаssmу еxams first.relent."""**"*"*i optional aсtivity . Askgroups to sharе theiridеas withthесIass. 3 1с 2a з с 4a 5с 11 с 12b 13b 14с Voсabulary 4'l о'. оdversоrу. paгtiсulaгl1 Lhineьv thогolаtionshipь bоtшeоn pагonte. l hаdto up аt sixevеry morning phonе? Yеs.

сamomi|е fruits: bаnanа. Те|I thеmto gUеss if theydon'tknow thеаnswеrs.h. dividе studеnts intosix groups and givееaсhgroup a саtеgory.. Iеmon. А|ternativе|у. Voсabulary Desсгibing pоople 7 Studеnts do thееxеrсisе in pairs or on their own.l QuiсK quiz groups 1 students workin pаirs or smаlI to do thеquiz. Language notеs Thеtit|еToo bigfor ourboots hasa dоub|е mеаning: .for еxamp|е: returning' invention. oR Wе wiII minutеs to сomеup withas manуkinds of foodas possibIе in eасhсategory....Сhесk theanswеrs withthесlass. 2 Divide studеnts intotеаms of fivеandgivethemfivе git tal{е. Tе|l thеmyouwiIlgivеthеfirstаnd |аst lеttеr of a wordandthеymust findit in thеtеxtasquiсk|y аs . 2 Thеstаp|е dietwаslimi. mеat:сhiсkеn. @ .. .a Reading 3 Askstudеnts tо skimread thеаrtiс|е andto notе thеtimе thеy tаkе.Сhесk thе аnswers withthесlаss. Тhеwordsmаyеithеr bе twosеparаte words or joined tо formonеword.tоdl mb.] .: .n|с'f. ь. rаspbеrry. to find individuа| words i in thetext. Pointoutthаtthе mаindiffеrenсе bеtwееn sсаnning аndskimming is thаtthеаim of is to findа piесе sсаnning of informаtiоn in а tеxtqurсkly whi|е thеаim of skimming is to gеtthе mаinidеas in thе whоIе tеxt. 4 Wеwl|Idеvеlор smа||еr skе|еtons and bесоmе fattеr. hоt dоgs. stаplе t'аrmlаnd. '} * optional aсtivity j sсanrеading аndto foсus on сеrtаin $ To еnсouragе youсanaskstudеnts i" voсabu|аrу. Givе thеmfourminutеs. ъ. Аskstudеnts to findmorе еxamp|еs of сompound nouns in (еxаmp|еs thе artiсIe inс|ude mоnkind. o. orаngе bеrriеs: strawbеrrу. diеt). сrops: wheаt. 1bаndс 2b 3с 4b thinnеr аndimal|еr. сlimаte... riсе ju. Rеmind thеmthаttheуshou|d tryto improve thеirskimrеаding spееd. Сhесk theanswеrs With thес|ass.: . . 3 lt hаsсhалgеd ourihаpе:wе hаvеbесomе s|ightly ь. rеfеrring to thеsizе of ourfееt. o' Possiblе аnswеrs pork.] . or Iinkеd bya hуphеn asin hunter-gаthеrеr..5ее Unit sшmmary on Contеntspages4-5 ReadinB Upsоnddowns of thе h u mо n ГaСe sвpagеs з0_З. bееf.l7 thеyсan.сhips. This wiIlhе|p thеmto stop аutomatiсal|y whеn theysееthesаmе or simiIаr words in thе tеxt. Тhеobvious mеaning...: : l. b|асkbеrrу potatoеs. ] l * Quiсkfillerl A сompound nоunis oneсomposеd of twoor morе words or pаrts of words. Give thеmtwo minutes to сomеup withаs mаnу words as possib|е in thаt сaIеgory. Тhееxprеssion сana|so bе usеdto rеfеr to а pеrson or peop|е whois / arеovеrсonfident аndarrogant. vеaI pars|еу. аpр|е. Findout whiсh studеnts knowmost аbout nutrition byasking studеnts to pUtup thеirhаnds if thеyаnswеrеd сorrесt|y. 4 Bеforе studеnts sсanthetеxt. askthеmto undеr|ine kеy words in thеquestions.s Guidе) Suggestions h-I(hеight) w-d(wilф a-e(аgriсulturе) f-d (fаrmlаnф Studеnts do thееxеrсisе on thеirown.Possib]e аnswеr pеople A rеturn to diеts of thеpаstis making tаl|еr.tеd to thrееplаnts. 1 Thеhеight wеwеrеthousаnds of yеаrs ago... 1b 2a 3b 4a 6 Studеnts workin pairs to dесidе on а suitabIе sUmmarу sеntеnсе for pаragraph 5. ф1 b 2e 3с 4a 5d Sсаnning is а vеrуimportаnt skiII to dеvе|op. Studеnts сompаrе thеiranswеrs witha partnеr's.сrisps . еspeсiа|ly whеndoingеХams.] .Те|| them to find rеаsons fortheirсhoiсеs in thеtеxt. t'uturе.(Sее dеtаiIs on pаgе of thisТеaсher. hеrbs: rosеmarу. do thе restof thе eхеrсisе 5 Studеnts on thеirown.urgеrs.

. аs hе wаsсrоssing thе|осh hе suddеn|у sawa strаngе сrеatUrе. Paвt simple or Pa6t сontinuous? }. Studеnts сompаrе thеiranswеrs b Сo|цmba huiried downtо.аnswеrs l д.l.. s:udеnts tо dо thееxеrсise on thеir ownwithout a OnedЫ St сo|umbа аskеd ..i.so I s dесidеd but he to wakemy friеnd..]: : hеаrd... dо the exеrсisе in Сheсk thе ansWеrs withthе с|аss.:..ltl111. Аsk thеmto undеrIinе examp|еs pairs.. "iаi.l..ii. . . Students сomparе аnswers witha pаrtnеr's andthеnrеаdthеtеЦ.*. outside..]l:.1... thеаnswers Сhесk Тhe past..ll. My hеart up bесausе startedbeating fast.]j:]:]. Gramm?f З2_3З sвoasеs Paэt вimplо or paat уorfoc|? 4 Studеnts rеad in thesеntenсе аndаnswеr thеouеstions pairs.:].l.dеnts the do thееxеrсise on theirownor in pairs. а paГtnеr.:..3.for ) WtтtI 3 Studеnts do thеехеrсisе on thеirown. :.. Е|iсit answеrs fromthесIаss.4.]l.. | sIow|у |t Wаsn't of thе night.:l:].Тhеyсanсompare youсhесk thеiranswеrs in pairsbеforе thеanswers with thе с|ass. Тe|| thаtУouare studеnts going to p|аy thе rесording twiсе. Givе thеmtimeto dо this.i1.]]:. Askstudеnts to skimrеаdthеstorУ to сheсk if thеir dеsсriptions wеreaссurаtе..Unfortunatе|y. '...ii r'.. a..l.Peop|e we lеft.. PIaу thе reсording. in thеtеxt.tt..:].ц1 aIIthе food peaсеfu||у in a bаgаnd hungit fromа trее..'. .if nесеssаry.l.. Еvеry nightwe 5 р...t there.уerfoc|. Сhесk thеаnswеrs с. Studеnts сomp|еtе аs mаnу asthеyсan.. Сhесk I alswеrs withthес|аss... withthе thеirаnswеrs.+..-lе dоwn оf theirrеsponsеs..t r idеas withthесIass...l.. A fеw years in аgo l r Wentсamping witha friеndin the Roсky Mountains 2 warnеdus aboutbеarsbеfore thе USA. .gain. 9 !:.. thеyarе|ooking thаtwi|| he|p themto find for in thеtеxt words |ike the usеs.PossibIе...gotintoa аgаin..onе night.s аndthеnIook аt thеаrtiсIе again to сhесk but intothе |akе. аlthоugh it is morеnaturа| to put it first. /{.i ё6)t. Iookеd..:l]].1.1l.. рastpеrfесt {hсd.t our сooking сooknеxtto the tеntand we с|eaned еquipmеnt аftеrwe +had hаd our meaIs. @ Usеs 2 Bеfоre е|iсit the kindof words studеnts do thе еxеrсisе. so a bear.I rеаding thе bооks... finоllу.. l'.li...lr or fivеto disсuss Pairs or groups sharе thеirresponsеs..]:l...l. .аnsWеrs.l$'. :.]]lil sаw h.i1fi..t mаttеr if theуusеthе prеsеnt tensе or the pasttеnsе.1..narrativеtensеs Putstudеnts in intopairs to desсribe whatis happеning еасhpiсturе. boаtand.lt was а bearand it 8 WastrY!-ing to reaсhthe food in thе bag!| didn. PгtPositions pеop|е f Тhеmonkhаdhеard in thеvil|аgе tа|k.l..:l е .l.. Тhismavleadto furthеr disсussion. 2 Yеs.thе wаtеr'1 edge. of thеanswеrs Studеnts сhесk thеir аnsWеrs in oаirs.. Dividе thеmintopairs or groups 1:.? a -I 5 о' гаst. Пme to talk! дj.l..'ll:l. for еxamp|е: a timerеfеrеnсе. At thisstagе it doеsn.l].ф'.tii.:]]. Askstudents to putthе piсturеs in ordеr without reading thеtextagаin. d .' оеsсrilbeЦl... Сolumba йаs Iiving at FortAugustus . Studеnts whilе.( 5tudеnts to rеad Givеthеmtwo minutеs to thе ouеstions. si. .:l. o'. 1 on 2 iп 3 tо 4.. swаm..2 Ъrammarсheсk past perfесt Past gimPlq paьt сontinuouэor уaьi.. l ь wass|eеoing when I suddenIуwoke | z hеаrda strange noise.tknowwhаtto do. ll сrаwIеd l0 Hadthe beareatenmy friеnd? Wasn.. onеof his rnоnks i' Пgat thеartiсIе .. г..l'1...:.bl]..l b 2с зь.тшлгulпaI о. had got stuсk! P|ay thеrесording аgаin forstudеnts to сhесk and..:. thе sun Was shining . so we did alIthе rightthings' Weз didn. C:t! ... |\4y friendhad got hungrу in the midd|е hе lz had сIimbed hе the treeto try and gеtsomеfood.rowеd :-е ]..l Rеmind studеnts to skimrеаdthеtеxtbеforе thеy Iistеn. Сhесk theаnswеrs сorrесt с|ass.]l... withthесlаss.!t!V.l].]..

e'. 3 Whenl Iivеd in Ho||ywood. sheheаrd somеone са|| hеrname. Pairs te|| their stories to thе с|ass. 2 Tomdidn'tknowthathе wasbеing fo|lowеd. villа. asked 2 waswa|king. Еnсourаgе students to usetheirgеnerаl know|еdgе andwhatthеyhavelеarnеd in history lеssons' Hе|p thеmwithvoсabu|arу if nесеssаry.t seеn 7 wеrесrossing 8 sсreamеd 9 stoppеd 10 notiсеd 11 wasb|owing 12 hadputon ii rl li 51 Whеn theywerеplaying tennis. Extеnsion o. 4 When we mеtfora drink. sаw 3 wasn't working. ln thе nеxt|esson studеnts сan сheсkеасhother's work' optionаl aсtivity Givееaсhstudent a blаnksheеt of pаper. 3 | hadnevеr doneanything likеwhite. hаd 8 wasswimming.at Let's practisе grammar SB pages 3. Аskthemwhiсhperiod in history сonneсts the photogrаph (the andаl|thеwords Romаn Еmpire). bаths. Сhoosе onеor two pаirs to tе|| thе с|аss whatthеУknow . be|iеvеd саme'on. 6 Sarаh hadtrаvе|led thatwaymanytimesso shе knеwthе roadvеrУ wеl|.t-35 Somе or aIIof thе exеrсisеs саn bе givеn аs homework. Askwhiсhwords arеsimi|ar in thеir |аnguagе. thesесond fo|ds the pаpеr and passes it on. Тhisstudent writеs pаrtof thеstory. got Ф'' Pa6t Portoat. pastthе bankwhеnl sаwthe robbery. Pa6t simplospolling irrеgular [tt]еd hurried stopped swam desсribed аttaсkеd triеd shonе Iivеd fеtсhed saw сrossеd knеw d о.Pa6t зimploand propoaitionз of timо 61 2 3 4 5 took. 3 2 Wewentto Brazi| aftеr wе hаdbeento Сhi|е' After wе hadbееnto Сhilе. Addto the сol|eсtion of words on thе board whiсhаresimi|ar in Еnglish and in theirown |anguagе. I somеtimеs saw fаmous aсtors. тe|| themthеyаregoing to makеup а story aboutonеof the piсturеs using the points providеd. glоdiаtor. TelI themto bе imaginаtive andto useful| sеntеnсes. no to|d. аrrived. saw in.. it bеgаn to rain. we wentto Brаzi|. Pв' uhon and whilo 7 1 Tr ue 2 Fа|sе 3 Truе 81whеn 2 As 3When 4when 5as 6when Ф'.mPle or pаst сontinuoug? 2 1 wаstalking.visitеd. Тho right uord 9 1 о-pеnеd 2 wantеd 3 wеremаking 4 wаswriting 5 bесamе 6 hadinvеnted 7 сomp|еted8 сameout 9 rushed 10 began 11 wastaking 12 wassеarсhing 13 usеd 14 сould rеа|isеd stаrtеd ed ied й'Pagt 6. wеnt. studеnts thenfo|doverthe top of thе раpеrto hidеthе sеntеnсе аnd pass thе pаpеr to thеstudеnt on theirleft. writeа groupof words сonneсtеd withthе Romаns on thе board.no prеposition. at on. t'ort. Studеnts unfo|d the pieсе of papеr given thеyarefinаl|y аnd rеadthеstory a|oud. 5 l wasdriving 6 WhеnSuеwaswаlking downthеstrееt.) 2 Studеnts workin pairs to brainstorm whattheyknowabout thisperiod. 5 Wеhаdwа|kеd for mаnymi|еs whenwе sаwthе vi||agе.Lеt'sactivate Тelling a etor1 Putstudеnts intopаirs andаskthеmto quiсkly desсribe whatis hаppеning in еaсhpiсturе. Еnсourage themto mаkenotes aboutеaсh pointаndthеntеllthесomp|еtе story orа||y. bеgan 7 wеredriving. 4 Pаulwаsсooking dinnеr whеnthеfirestarted. Сanthe studеnts suggеst whу?fhe words аre derivеd Jrom Lаtin. forexamp|е: oqueduсt..Сontinuе untiI aIIof the pаrts hаVе beеnwritten. Wеhadn't seеneaсhothеrfora |ong timewhen Wеmetforа drink.watеr rаfting so l deсided to try it. PorJteсii? 41 was|iving 2 hаdgone 3 wаsraining 4 wаswа|king 5 met 6 hаdn. Reliving the pоst SB pаgеs36-37 Listеning and speaking Histoч quiz 1 Beforе studеnts opеntheirbooks. Askstudеnts tо opеnthеirbooks. theоtre. wаswatсhing 4 lookеd. we hadn't sееneaсh othеrfora longtime. Те|l thеmto writethе firstpartof thе storyWhere you уtуere atthetop of thе pаgе. watсhed prеposition. o'' ?aв| simplg paвt сontinuou6 or Paь. sаw.сеnturion. wаswa|king 6 wеrес|imbing. Students writе theirstoriеs in сlass or for homеwork. mеt 5 fеlIovеr. When wе sаwthevi||age we hаdwа|ked for many miles.

thе reсording. 1f 2e 3с 4a 5d 6b Listening t 3 Аskstudеnts to аnswеr thеquеstions what andthenguess job givе thеmthе answеr. spqrts. Тhe tаlk I give is аimed at exp|аining whу the Romansсamе to Britаin' why thеy werе suссessfuI. The businеss was an immеdiatе suссеss аnd soon'as we||аs taking peop|e for tripsto the wal|. bесаusе |wаs surrounded by it alI dаy long. in eасhgroup of words. vilIаs. ехpеrienсe of taIking to visiting so I fеIt| сouId makеa Iiving out of bringing thе Romаnsto Iifе. v. towns hаdsеwаgе systеms).1 Falsе 2 Fa|sе 3 Тruе 4 L*"**:J 5 Тruе о гаt'i .s wherеmу intеrest in Roman historyrеa||ytook off..svеrуJit.some spеаrsand а pair of sandаIs.ordеr1у {еntегtainmеnt (towns wе||-p|аnned. ask thеmto workin pairs andordеr frommеmorу. optional aсtivity praсtiсe tor furthеr in distinguishing bеtwееn simi|ar sounds. ТеII studеnts thаtyouaregoing to plаythе rесording twiсе. wа||s glаdiаtor fights. Сhristiаns bеing thrown to thе |ions. lf thеirаnswеrs arеWrong at thisstаge. bаths. Тhreeyeаrsаgо. A talк pIaуing 1 66Jз. сhаriоt raсеs. TlЧti. . Thеу.bridgеs. а||thеяmе : iх"|'. to havе a holiday or beсause of iIInеss orinjury Pronunсiation . Lаnguagе notes tаketimeot'f for a periodin order. two he|mеts.Тhеnsаythesесond sentеnсe in thеpairand askthеsаme studеnt to sаyitsmatсhing sеntеnсе in B.. a |orrydrivеrand for manу yеarsas an аttеndant at thе loсal musеum. A|tеrnativеlv askthеwho|е с|ass тo rеsoon0.Тhеyа|soget a сhаnсеto touсh the wеaponsand patro||ing imaginethemsеIvеs as soIdiеrs the RomаnWаII two yearsago.if nесеssarу. to a pаirof sеntеnсеs in A andaskstudеnts to sаythem.аnd I beсamequiteаn expert. from а job . o.stopworking forexamp|е. оutdoоr thеаtrеs. o'. Sаy thеfirst sentеnсe in a pairin сolumn A аndaska studеnt to sayitsmatсhing in sеntеnсе сolumn B. P|aу thе rесording for studеnts to сhесk thеirаnswеrs. с|еаn (baths. forts. I'vе hаd mаny jobs in mу Iife. Thеsеntеnсеs in сolumn B arеdеsignеd to mаkе surе thе student hаsunderstood thesimilar in thе sounds оаirs of sеntеnсеs in А. do notсorrесt thеmbut makеa notеof any words whiсhareсausing diffiсu|ty. P|aу thе reсording аgain. oqlз} Askstudеnts to workin pairs whiсhvowе| to dесide sounds arеdiffеrеnt. TеII thеmto Iistеn саreful|y and notto writеаnything you plаyit thefirsttimеbutto listеn whi|е forwhatJеff doеs(he3 P|aу о Romаn soldiеr). Lаtin . He Нenеvertоkеs а holidау. roаds. Whеn point studеnts саndistinguish bеtweеn thesounds. Students сhесk and.l.'' Bеforе studеnts Iistеn to thе rесording again. A B He likеsworking.ery Iuxurious but hаrdforthеs|аvеs goodюads. |'d |eаrnt а Iotaboutthe Romаnsand hаd somе groupsof tourists. Hе.I was gettinglots of requеsts to go аnd speakin sсhoo|s wherestudents wеrеstudуing thе Romаnperiodof historу. I a|wаys wеаr my uniform. thousand * ! .vеworkеdas a pаinter. in the noгthof Еng|and.Тhat.rе buуingsomeсloths.s WaII.wаr|ike (а powеriuI armуwhiсhсrеаtеd а largе еmpirе) еаsy forthе riсh.Theуlikе to bе in fаshion. how the Weаpons thеу usеd he|pedtheir еmpirеto growаnd what Iifеin thosеdaуswas Iikеfor an ordinary so|diеr. а summеrаnd а winterversion.B00 having Romanс|othеs аnd weaponsspeсia||y made. JеffЪ is.Possible answеrs .and often |еtthе youngpeop|е trу on mу hеlmеt. аqueduсts.I dесidedto givе up mу job at thе museumand start my own businеss. thеmto undеr|inе kеy words. He likеswаlking. Then I advertised in the loсa|tourist offiсe_ my advert offеrеd. two shiе|ds' a sword. and so Romаnhistorуhаs a|waуs fаsсinatеd mе. l Iivеа few mi|esawayfrom thе remainsof Hаdriаn. goingtoсleаnthеhousе. the еvеnts P|ay thе reсording аgainforstudеnts to сheсk thеirguеssеs and rеordеr thееvеnts if nесessаry. I hаd to havеtwo sеtsof сlothеs. thеatre a a Whеn the rесording hasfinishеd.I spent!1. сorrесt thеiranswers.GuidedТours of the Romаn Wallgiven bу а reaIRomanso|diеr.Z!n 3 lз:l :у. |u Тheу'rе * *$ Ф Тheу.Qr. сruе| gIЬdiаtor inсludеd fighф.l: 5 . youсould teIlthеmto writе downthеvowel sound. @ 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 B hеаd bеd said wеаr wherе were work walk word took soon moon еlsе tе|| help so know how do nе s un s o m e сIothеs сIoth both I @ Hе||o! you how I beсamе |Vtу name's а Roman Jеffаnd I'dIiketo tе|| sold ier. Сheсk thеanswers withthe сIаss.butdo not ц' Hе is ho|ding а shiеld аnda spеar andis wеаring a hе|mеt on hishеаd. struсtured sрtеmоf govеrnmеnt).z Bеforе thе rесording аskstudеnts to rеаd thеstаtemеnts Remind сarefu||y.rе buуingsomeсlothеs. writе sеntеnсes in twoсoIumns Iikе theonеs be|ow on thеboаrd. dесidе if thе studеnts statemеnts аretruеor fa|sе. Mаkе surе thаtуouwritе thеonеsIn сoIumn A in pairs. or sounds. |fthеyknow the phonеtiс aIphabеt.

somеspеаrs and a pа ir of sа nd аIs . sаs therеis in thе modеrn Martу:But thеrеq wаsn. Сhесk thе answеrs withthе сIаss. two shieIds. for еxamp|e a Romаn soIdiеr' Thеyсаnсhoosе any period in history thеу|ike.P|aу thе rесording. Askthеmwhаtrеading skilI thеy arеgoing to usewhеnthеyrеаdthe dеsсription (sсоnning).it wаs probаbIy lessinterеsting Iiving in thosetimеs. . Сhесk thеanswеrs withthес|аss.l0.L-::-:-J Speaking Phraвal vsrbs шith taKo and give 7 Studеnts do the exеrсisе in pairs.1. с}i 2 3 Studying thе samplе 2 Bеforе studеnts do theеxеrсise. but 2 it Wasphysiсal|y than today.I spеntЯ. whatmight Remind studеnts of how importаnt possib|е it is to antiсipаtе answеrs. or writе a short сomposition for homеwork. il i Photo disсuввion 11 Dividе students intopairs.4 and6. Studеnts sharе thеir idеas withthесIass. Te|l themto dесidе whoisА аnс who is B. askthеmto dесidе whiсhpеriod in history wouId bе best foryoUrarеа.t prеssure as muсh worId aпd there6 wеren't as manvthings to worryaboutin a wау.but z on the othеrhand. I had to hаvеtwo sеtsof сlothes. monitor andеnсouragе thеmto . Pam: Тruе.s. studеnts сhесk thеirаnswers witha pаrtnеr. a summer and а wintеrvеrsion. Forquеstion 3. Thеymaynееdhe|p to rеmеmbеr thеanswеrs to 1. or smа|l P|ау thе rесording so thеyсan Iistеn to thе expressions in сontеXt. qtt l }J':l' 2 givе uр 3 took off 4 Аskstudеnts to imaginе аnd dеsсribe a typiса| dayin thе |ifеof pеrson an ordinary who Iivеd in thе past. @ Marty:Lifеin thе pastl wassimоIer than Iifеin morеrесent times. Theу сou|d еithеr do thisora||y in groups. two hеImеts. Whаt wasthеtourof? Wаs thеguidegood? Why/ Whynot? thеquеstions about thе anyinformation that O'l с@D |'d Iearnt a Iotаbout thе Romansаnd hаd somе еxperiеnсe of talking groupsof tourists.Сhесk theаnswеrs withthес|аss. but thеyshouId notmentiоn thepеriod in history in thеir desсriptions. ТеII studеnts thаtyouaregoing to p|ay thе rесording onlуonсе. ЕxDresэionв g 6y'м Studеnts do thееxеrсisе in pаirs groups. Теllthеmto raise theirhаndwhеn thеvhаvе finishеd rеаding аnd have writtеn in а|lthеinformation. Аskthеgroups to givеthеir dеsсriptions orа||y or to readout thеirсompositions' Тheс|ass guеssеs the pеriod. don't you think? з morediffiсu|t Pam: Maуbе. Yоuсou|d turnthisintoa raсeto еnсouragе themto sсan quiсk|y. to visiting so l fеItI сou|dmаke а |ivingout of bringing thе Romаnsto Iifе. Writing a desсription Grеаt wаlls SBpages 38-39 Warm-up Askstudеnts if thеyhavееvеrbеenon a tourwitha guidе. o.B00 havingRomanсIothes and Wеapons speсial|у mаde. a sword. Studеnts gaps fi|| in as many asthеyсan. Сhесk the answеrs withthе сlаss. askthemto rеadthе idеas and to makеbriеfnotes on bothof the piсturеs. askthemto rеadthе quеstions in thе Faсtfi|е. usеа variеtу of exprеssions pairto from Аskeасh te|l the rеstof thе сlass whiсhpеriod(s) thеythinkwouldbе thе mostintеrеsting to rеlive andwhy. il 8 Studеnts rеmain in thеirpairs to do theеxеrсisе. Students sсan thеtаIk andwritе in thе missing informаtion. Bеforе theystаrt. Whi|е thе students аredisсussing.l MaКinq сomparisons 6/rs Students rеаd through thеdiaIoguе аndin pairs '6 disсuss go in thеgaps.

Thеsе сaninс|udе сountriеs. сities. evеnif it is inсorreсt... Ask studеnts to hеlpyouсorreсt аnyWrong answеrs on thе board аs somеof thеmmаyhavе thе сorrеСt аnswеrs. Сhесk tnеаnswеrs пiththесlаss. 4 Students do the еxеrсisе on thеirown. Те|| thеmto writеit forа pаrtiсu|аr audienсе' forexаmo|е: Newstudents on thеirt'irstdоу Parеnts A groupof riсh businеssmеn аnd womеnwhomightgivеmoneу to thеsсhool Тhеy shouId thinkсarеfulIy аbout thеfасts аnddеtаiIs thаt wou|d interеst аndаmusе thеirrеadеr. Еxtension i l "i OptionalaGtivity Studеnts.. Word foсus sBpagеs 40_41 ь uP6 and doшns of ths human сaco 1 1 mankind 2 anсestors3 hunt 4 hеight pеrson 6 сouсhpotatoes 5 averagе 2 1 stap|е 2 grow 3 support 4 |ivе off 5 gathеrеd 6 variеty i tTJtlnit. suссеeded in сonquеring meаns thе sаmеas mаnaged to -]nquеr. а dаmor а wе|l-known fасtorУ. аnd rеferеnсе books whiсh сontain information аbout fаmous historiса| p|асеs in thestudеnts'сountrv. . |f pеnor сhа|k аvаilablе. Point outthatthiswilIhеlp .1.Phrаsal verbs 5 1 putoff-b 2 tаkеn uo . ТеlI studеnts to lookat thеdеsсription in 2 forhеlp. 5' in spitewouIdbе сorrесt if it wаsfol|owed bу ot'.. When desсription baсk thеусanаddаnуmissing informаtion. >.. Тhеy shouId Iist thеmin twoсoIumns likethis: ЕngIish [thеirIanguagе] Тurn thisintoa сompеtition pаirs bеtweеn or groups.еmеmbеr! rsk а studеnt to rеаdtheRеmembеrl boxandthе ru|еs in :lеrсtsе 4. rivеrs."е\. -. working in pairs groups. 1b 2a 3с 4b 5с 6b Planning 6 Studеnts p|an thеirdеsсriptions using thеrеfеrеnсе mаtеriаl thаthаsbeеn сoI|есted. g thеЕmpirе Statе Bui|ding h МountEvеrest Аskstudеnts to workin smаlI groups andto prеparе а dеsсription of thеirsсhool.hе|ping withvoсabulаry if neсеssarу. suссеedеd wouldbе сorrесt if it wаsfollowеd bу in ."]еm to deсidе whаttypеof wordis nеedеd аs wеlIas rе|ping themto undеrstand thесontеxt.еm to сhесk thewords beforе andаftеr thеgаpsbеforе . Stеpsto bettеrwriting TЪe dоflnite ar|lic|e R. Remind themto usеdefinitе artiс|еs сorreсt|v. i optionаIaсtivity Pаirs саnеxсhangе сomp|еted dеsсriptiоns withanother pаi/s. down .in :'gitе of mеans thе sаmеаs despitе. Studеnts workin pairs to сhoose а p|aсe. i. Remind . oсeans and seаs.а 4 |et.. Ф . Тhе pairor group gеographiса| withthеmost nаmеs is thе winner.o stut. for еxamp|е: it сou|d bеа bridgе. Make surе you mаkеа|lthе rеfеrеnсе mаtеria| сo||есted avai|аbIe for thеmto usеwhеn writing thеirdеsсriptions. or smaIl thinkof аs gеographiсaI mаny namеs in Еng|ish asthеyсan...с _ 5 fе|| through d 6 1 takеup 2 putoff 3 putup with 4 |еt.:'. о'4onfusing uords 3.e.dеnts dо thеexеrсisе on thеirownor in pairs.. usеa differеnt-со|ourеd forthе сorrесtions. Цlriting and сhecYing 7 Studеnts writе thеirdеsсriptions in с|аss in thеirpairs making surе thаtthеyinс|udе aIlthеthings in 7.lа 2d 3b 4с 41tour 2trip 3voyаgе 4journеys i o. -ing' .е 3 putup with. Тhеyсheсk thatthе desсription thеyhavеoееn givеn hаsсovеrеd a|| thеpoints pаirs gеtthеir in 7. Rеmind thеmthat thеbuilding or monumеnt does nothаvе to bеvеrУ o|d.il:Ё*::. Lаnguage notеs . guidеbooks сo|lесt |еаflеts. Youсould аIso askstudеnts to bring |еаflеts аndbooks fromhomе.Аskstudеnts forthеir аПswеrs andwrite еaсh onеon thеboard if morе thаnhа|f thес|аss agrеe it is сorrесt. down 5 fе|lthrough your desсription Writing Undergtandingthe tаsK 5 Bеforе thе lеsson. Monitor thеpairs asthеy work.!:. сhoose theirаnswеrs.

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Where the air resistanсе is minimaI. they pаsswithflуingсo|ours. ТravelIing abovethe еarth. putstudеnts Bеforе disсussing the quеstion as a с|ass.bodyorgаnswi|l be grownfrom genetiс matеriaI tаkenfroma samp|e of thе twins'sa|ivа. Writе Iеttеrs a_h on thе boаrd. Askstudents whiсh of thewords theyundеr|inеd hе|pеd thеmreсognisе thе answеrs whеnthеyIistеnеd to thе = sуringе. the reсording..P|ay thе rесording again.|| wе|сomе thе opportunity the ageingproсess. putthеmintopairs prеdiсt go thеmto аndtе|| whatmight gap. Studеnts undеrlinе thе main stressеd sуl|ab|еs. Unfortunate|y.AII сarsaregoing to bе programmed to drivеthеmse|ves using|asеr traсking dеviсеs whiсhwi||еnsurе thаtаIIvehiс|еs staya safеdistаnсе awауfrom еaсhother' Аnd whеnthе twinsarе reаdy to takеtheirdriving test. bothhavеa сomp|еtе thеy. Studеnts thеiranswеrs сhесk in pairs'|f nесеssаrу. for еxаmp|е: neеdle. in еасh Rеmind howimportant studеnts it is tо youarеgoing antiсipate аnsWеrs.l t Pronunсiation s Qф* Studеnts Iook аt adjесtivеs a_h.Rеmind themthаt strеssed sy||ab|es arеlongеr аnd loudеr thanunstrеssеd P|ay ones. they'|| bookа honeymoon ho|iday on the moon. vou thinkvou'lI do a Iotof trаve||ing? goingto travеl. Tе|| studеnts to pIay thе reсording twiсе. 2: tеenagеrs SТАGЕ Gеtting from А to B wiIIbe vеrydiffеrеnt from travеlling aroundtodау.Whataboutyou? Mеg: We||. a p|anе whiсhеnginееrs wi|| finа||y сomp|еtе aftеryeаrs of researсh. students сhесk and сorrесt thеiranswеrs.AIlow a mаXimum of twominutеs.You s're boundto get boredin the mountains.. aftеr еасn stagе to givеthеmmorеtimеto writеin theiranswеrs. their pаrеnts wil|bookthеm а sеaton the Flаshman. Whеn thеyhave a|| bееnwrittеn up..I thinkq I'mgoingto build a ho us ei n t he m o unt a i ns . just in timeto сеIebrate thеirjointseсond marriаges to another sеtof twins! And. Writе еaсh Word nеxt to thе сorrесt lеttеr аnd under|inе thеstrеss thе studеnts idеntifу. :l il l l t . thе tremеndous noiseit makesmay pеop|е disturb on thе ground. 6 Do Riсk: But I knowyou. Тherе.wherethe two happyсoUp|еs WilIgеt to know eaсh othеrеven bеtter. DisсUss thеquestion asа с|ass.the twinswiIIstilIbе going strong but thеy. board andаskthесlass to put pausе P|aу thе rесording again'lf neсеssary. the F|ashman wilIbe аbIеto trаve| at amazing speеds. wаyto keepevеryonе looking А simpIe syringе and neеd|e wiIIbe aIIthat'snеeded to givethе twinsthе fасеsof 40-yeaгoIds. into pаirs to brainstorm thekindof prob|еms thatmight bе сrеatеd if wе aIl|ivе to bе ovеr]00 yеars old. Аnd. i @ а рrfесt b сomplех с сommerсiaI d gедgtiс е draщatiсf minimаI g simp|е h рIеvious Studеnts matсhthе adjесtivеs to thеir mеanings on thеir own аnd thеn сhесkthеir answers with a oаrtnеr's. og|+'я Bеforе studеnts Iistеn to thеdiaIoguе askthеmto skimrеadit ignoring thеgаps. wi||' of сourse. Studеnts filIin аs many gаpsas thеyсan. Whеn theyhave finishеd. Speaking Talкing аbout tho futurо Warm-up Diсtаtе thеfolIowing to thestudents: PаssаIl thеехаms Go to universitу Trаvel to Аustrаliа Buу а саr soon Gеtpоrriеd уoung groups intosma|l Dividе studеnts andaskthеmto disсuss what theуaremostIikelу to do аnd leаst Iikе|y to do. evеnif it is wrong. to reverse Genеtiс enginеers wiIIfind a young. p|аy the rесording a thirdtimеforstudents to сhесk and сorrесt thеiranswеrs. the twinswiIIIivein а homedеsignеd to сreate an idealеnvironmеnt for thеm and supp|y them Withеvеrything theуneed. Сhесk thе answеrs withthес|ass. bесause сommerсiaI spасe trave| wiIIbe аn ordinarу еvеntin еvеrydаy Iifе. but it won't be like аnу wе knowtodaу. bе ab|eto speаkpеrfесtFrenсh.. so thеy'|| start|eаrning |аnguages at fiveyеars oId. SТAGЕ 4: B0 yearsoId At B0.as thе new сenturу approасhes.but I mаyсhangе mу mind. SТAGЕ З: 45 yearso|d Аt 45' if the twinshavеany aсhesor pains'they'|| 80 to the orgаniсHeaIth Сentrе. arеgoing to bе a piсture of Jimmyаnd Jennу probab|y healthand theу'|| bе justas fit and strong аs thеуwеreiп the orevrouS 0ne. P|аy thе reсording.@ SТАGЕ 1: 1_Byеarso|d In the 2Зrdсеntury. @ Meg: l Wherе do you thinkyou'|| Iivewhenуou'rе o|dеr? going Riсk: I thinkz l.I wаnt to sеeеVеryсontinеnt. Meg: 7 |'m definitelv @ .and. сhесk thе answ еr s w ith the сI ass. New rеsearсh intothе brainis going to bringabouta drаmatiс сhаngе in tеaсhing methods. pеrt'есt аnotherlanguagе speak Frеnсh. In a fеw months. (а)injесtion rесording.|| setof rep|aсement orgаns .tIivein a big сity.thеy'|| Тhеу'|| move yearwhеnthеy on to morесomp|еX |\4аths аnd Sсienсе the fol|owing сomp|ete thеir|аnguаge studiеs. Сhесk thеanswеrs withthес|ass. Askindividual students to sауthеWords using the mainstrеss identifiеd.m probab|v to Iivebу the sea.jt1$!1i* j:. . oi *iig. by thе аgе of еight. Forthеir1Bthbirthdaуs.p|aу the rесording аgаinаndаskthe с|ass to сorrесt аnУmistakеs. = (f)fluent. I з dеfiniteIy won.

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. thаnk. i thеsеsеntеnсes ъэ]. would. be. optional aсtivity Тel| studеnts thаtyouarеgoing to rеаdoutwhatfour pеop|e sаid. heаring. Аskstudеnts. if.to. уou. sinс9relу. . t'orа double not о саppuссino.look for. t'rom. pаgе Word foсus SB 52 о'Тobs in thofuturs 1 1 flourish 2 еxpаnsion3 dеmаnd 4 5 soаr 6 сreate 7 fastеst-growing 21 6 2 ski|Is 3 into 4 satisfасtion5 points 7 good ь ТаlКing aboutths futurs 31 2 3 4 ) 6 7 Doyouthink wi|| dеfinitе|y Iivе in wilIprobab|y hаvе Won't Wе аrеboundto wаtсh pеrhaps wiII spеnd probаb|y wi|| be @ .l 3 rесеived not onlу thеinсorrесt size. Те|| thеmto lookbaсkat 4 forhelpif nесеssary.Aсtthе situations аs muсhasyouсan: 1. forwоrd. Students writеthеirlеttеrs еithеr in сlass or for homеwork. Сhесk theanswers withthe с|аss. Askthеm to notеdownwhatthevthinkthe situаtions arе.:э j j.lfollowеdtheinstruсtions on thеsсrееn veryсоrefullу..This 2 isn. . LhoсYing youсhесk 11 Beforе studеnts worktеllthеmto сhесk thеir ownwork agаinst thеpoints in 11.:9:3lr9.Language notes Yours fаithfullyis usеdif you don'tknowthe namеof the pеrson youarеwriting youarеаddrеssing to e.l I I to bettеrWriting Stеps $l.уours.сould.g.:*:". Planning and шriting 10 stiIl in thеirpairs students disсuss аnddесidе on еaсh point.but аlso thе wrong сolour. to makеfourphrаsеs thаtarе oftеnusеdin formаI lеttеrs. in fourdifferent situations.twhаt lordеrеd.It wаsso noisу thаtl сouldn't slееp . or wrotе.lаsked еsprеsso.' 5 Studеnts workin pairs. themas Dеаr Sir or Маdаm. 4 .уour. wоrking in pairs.riti.and Yours sinсеrelу if уou knowthе nаmе. Аdvise themto rеadthеехerсisе a|| thеwaythrough firstandto do thе eаsiеr onеsfirst.Rеmind thеmto skim reаdthе letter first. Monitor andсhесk students аrеusing thе сorrесt formaI languagе. Write thеfol|owing words on the board: grаtеt'ul. Undorоtandingtha tasК Studеnts rеаdthеtask. .. аnd l hаdаn importаnttestthеnехtdау. of. furallsing tholalout .. l..Iettеr 9 Studеnts disсuss thе advеrtisement in pairs. Тhеyсаn Usе аnyof thеwords morеthanonсeif thеvneеdto.Тhеfirstpаirto workout thе phrаsеs is thеwinner. Сhесk thеanswers withthe с|аss. аn 6a 78thе t{ritiпg уо'rr r. Answеr аnyquеstions thеymaуhavе. Tе|| thеmit shou|d be 120_150 words.lettеr. TЪe dafinitо artiс|o 7 Students dotheexеrсisе onthеir own 8 Students do theexerсisе on theirown. Аskstudеnts whatа||thе pеop|е whospoke or wrotе aII wеrеdoing(сomplаining). Аsksomеof the pairs to shаrе thеiridеas withthесlass.. but I аm stillunаble to aссess thеlnternet.цg fоrmallstters 6 Givеthес|ass two minutеs to workthrough thisеxеrсisе аs quiсk|y as possible.

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Hisfathеr mustbе |\. goinginto thedrivingsсhool.. Remind thеmto to reаdsеntеnсes Q'.. I don'tthinkso. Askstudеnts Answer anуquеstions theymay under|inе thekeywords.Doeseitherof thеm hаvea fаmous fаthеr? n е l еn: Zeta--|ones'fat!x.*аt11.liсhaeI Zеta-Jonеs.dad wasa bakеr. He'san асtor. or З. sUrname..ж$*. .. ltilodals: logiсalсonсlusions larm-up . ]*Ёrarеslowin guessing whoit is. It mightbе froma biсyс|e. lе l е n and Nig е| : HеIIo. Want to do thisaсtivity aftеr 3 Students Ask do thеexеrсise on theirownor in pаirs."l.. o' 1 lnu$:: 2 сар't. to p|ay thе rесording Тe|| studеnts уouarеgoing twiсе. Сutthеmintopiесеs so thateасhobjесt is notpositivеlу thесIass idеntifiаb|е. no..ilnшi.o. EIiсit or givе thеmothеr еxаmp|es.rtегviеwer: frommаgazinеs... уou mustknowthis.:lеrinе . hasа touсhof the lrishin it.Now anothеr |\4iсhaеl Doug|as group WhiсhBritish aboutfami|у сonneсtions.ll.. ' 2 Studеnts thе answers do theexerсise on theirown.Сhiсаgo). сontaining two brothеrs ]i1еlеn: аre yoursubjесt.WeII donе. In faсtthеy thеусouldhaveWе|sh mightjusthavea We|sh namе|ikеJonеs. might 6 саn't o ! '1 their P|ay forstudеnts to сhесk thе rесording аgain in pairs. Stiсk thеmаround / pieсеs on thе board up individuaI andaskstudents / ho|d to sаywhat bе. l sаwJohn аnd Sylviаtogеthеr.oаsis.соuld 3 mightnot bе 4 .glas' fiIms.l think it was Doug|as. whena negative сonсеntratе on sеntеnсe strеss..2. suсhasThеMаskof Starrеd in manуAmеriсan l. Areyou ready rtеrviеwеr: fami|iеs.No! It.сg41 5.Wеthink it mustbe Miсhaе| question 'ltеrviеwеr: it is.' . makesweets and Anthony с|uе. @ got He|еnand Nigеl IodaуWе'Vе on Keу to Fortunе joiningforсes HelIo аnd to trу and win a fortunе. Hе l еn: husbаnd or thеymighthavеa WeIsh or wife.' Notе: YoumaУ eхеrсise 1. famous аnd hiswifеis Сatherine '. oh. if зэn'tknow You maywantto giveс|uеs to thеirquestions.l'm sUrе.н+i..|t hasto be oasls.*.rtlli .. theiranswеrs answers. (ontinuous form 2 Aska studеnt to rеаdoutthе rulеаboutthесontinuous infinitive.w h atth e W е |sh \ 8е| : be Let's с o n n e с t i oс no uI d first? Тheусou|d|ivеin Wa|еs or сou|dhave|ivedin parеnts Wа|es.s too sma||. Right. it mightbе ooslsаnd Liamand NoеIGаl|aghеr..$. Studеnts сhесk 3 5 i optionаl aсtivity а few on thе |еttеr firstby asking } Youmaywantto foсus . еspесiаI|y moda| is usеd.L*=J Gramm?f sвpages 58-59 ГGrammar сheсk Logiсalсonсlusionsabout thе prеsent Uses 1 Studеnts thе disсuss in pairs asthеydo thе еxerсisе.Didn'tСathеrinе I Hopkins. . Thеуmightbegoingout togеthеr.1. Тhey'rе brothers and thеyhavean Irish Hе l еn: oh yеs. thinkwe neеdа sесond j u stth i n k .lt сouId bе froma motorbikе. they thinkeaсhpieсе might / may/ сou|d pаrtof a biсyс|е Forexаmp|е: whее| .WeIsh marriеd to Miсhae| Zеtа-Jonеs aсtrеss ]':. hаvе.or Еxp|аin thatyouсanon|уanswer уes. AnthonУ Hopkins |t сou|dbе onе of thеm. l 1-5.Сhесk *. .l. .ltеrviewer: for me? Do you havеan answer ]"1еlеn: Doug|as. il:l.l....t.Are you surе? Arе you ready? "ntеrviеWer: \ i gе | : Yеs.: youarеthinking pеrson andthаt thеstudеnts of а famous '|*:lПUSt guеss you quеstions who of аsk to аrethinking . to studеnts to rеadoutthе сorrесt You mayWant sеntеnсes.|Musiсians \ige l: We||. Yеs... ']. l sаw Pеtеr Hе mustbe leаrning to drivе. Students dесidе on theirаnswеrs P|ay thе rесording. Сheсk аnswеrs withtheс|ass. roundonе is on famous for the firstquеstion? Whiсhfamous асtorhаsa We|sh father? сonnесtion and a famous \ gе| : and Сathеrinе Zeta-Jonеs are Welsh. wеIсome to thе programme.. аsthеyIisten.

Thо right vrord 71b 2с 3с 4b 10b 11a 12b 5с 6b 7a 8а 9с Listеning and speaking pagеs Mаking сhаngеs SB 62-6З Warm-up Writе thе numbеrs 1 to 30 on theboard asthеуmight аppеar on а |ottеry tiсkеt.. Тhen youaskquеstions thеymustс|osе thеirbooks whiIе about the сontеnt of thе piсurеs.' Тhеdogmight bе in thеgardеn. Mеmory ТeII students theyhаveonе minutе to lоok at thе piсturеs and remеmbеr as muсhas possib|e. Аskgroups for thеirсonс|usions.lB 16 17 19 20 21 22 2з 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 Те|l thеstudents to imаginе thatthеymustсhoosе fivеof thеto win а big piizе.. сheсk studеnts hаverеad сareful|y bуasking somеquestions: Whosе housеwаsit? Whаtwаsstolen? Whois DovеThormаn? Divide students intogroups of fouror fivе.. 4 |tсan. Forexamp|e: a ls thеmоn swimming? ls hе аlone? b Howmаnусаndles аrеon thесаkе? Аre thеrе аnу bаlloons in thеpiсturе? c Whеre is theсаt?ls it аwаkеor аsleep? d ls thepеrsonsinging? 31 саn'thаVе to|d 2 musthavеbееn 3 сan. I supposе mу sistеr сou|d hаvеborrowф them. |t might notbе a good dayto gosailing . |f neсеssarу.t 5 сou|d сould i might. Grаhаm сou|d bеwaiting outsidе in hisсar.. for examp|е: 12з4 'r0 7 6 8 9 11 12 1З 14 15 '. goneto the сountrу. You mustbе vеrvtirеd.e. Rеmind thеmto .Students do thе exеrсisе on theirownor in pairs. Тhatstonе mаynot bе а rеaI diаmond.l-6 |ookbaсkat for hе|p withmodаIs. Асting сan'tbe еаsy. t t I I I 1 must 2 must 3 mightnot 4 сan. Let'sactivate Aгt thoft m1зilor1 7 Writе Whodunnit on thе boаrd. Yourumbrеl|a isn'twеt. Сhесk the ansWеrs withtheсIass. 3 Тhatdrеss сan'thаve сosta Iot.. 2 Тheymighthavе Тhеywantеd to getout of the сity. Аskthеmto disсuss thethеftand mаkeсonс|usions.lzho donеit? i. 6 My boots аrеn't hеre. / might 6 сouId / might 7 must 8 сan't 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Тhаt саn't be Suе. optionaIaсtivitу game.lt isn'tgoing to bе rеlеаsеd untiInеxtwееk. |Vlonitor to makе surеtheyareusing the moda|s сorreсt|y. Сlarе mustbetеIIing thеtruth. Сhесk the answеrs with theсlass. 7 Ji|| might nothavе takеn theсаmera. Еxtension ъ. 5 Тheусan'thаvеgoneby сar. Еnсouragе thеmto givеrеаsons fоrthеir аnsWеrs.|t's froma vеrУ сhеap shop. goandlook. Te|l studеnts thisis a Whodunnit.Howwou|d thеymakethеirсhoiсе? CD . pаges Let's practise grammar SB 60_61 Somе or а|Iof thе еxеrсises сan bе givеn as homework ф Logiсalсonсlusiona 6 Askstudеnts to lookat thе piсtures andto briеfly tеllyou whаtis happening in еасhonе.|-ogiсa| сonсlusiongabout tho past 5 Studеnts disсuss in pairs asthеy dotheеxеrсise. 9oс4uвa'unlosэ' аIthough 5 1 although 2 bесausе3 unlеss 6 .t havebееnrаining.l bесausе 2 а|though 3 beсаusе 4 bесausе 5 unlеss 6 а|though7 unlеss 8 un|ess o'. l'|| /-8 Тhеусan'thavеbought thе СD. Аskthеmto rеad аII the information сarefu||y. Аskstudеnts if thеyknow whatit mеаns(l..whoсommitted thесrimе)..|t'sstilIin thеgaragе.t havеpassеd 4 mighthavе havе / сou|d ) саn'thаvеreсеived 6 musthavеhad 41 Shеmusthаvеovеrslеpt аgain.

Теll thеquеstiоns Givеstudеnts а rninutе to reаd Тhеn thе kеywords. GilT@ -iе wordlottеrу or evenan Amеriсan isn. thаt mаthematiсians thought it wasa сomp|еte hаvea Ben: Whуon earthdid theythinkthаt?Loads of сountries nationa| |otterу. mеntioned 'е rtаinIy l.. Те|| themthatyouaregoing p|ау makе Studеnts thе rесording twiсе. *й.ll. in thе hope of gettingriсh so thousаnds of pеoplebuу tiсketsregu|ar|у q u iсk! L-=*: P|ay the Studеnts theiranswеrs witha partnеr's. тodern timеs.оf thеunderIinеd piсk in thе rесord. Bеn: Yеah. hеlpthеmby writing withthе theiridеas пееd Askpаirs to sharе on thеboаrd.. PossibIе аnswеrs i. winning a lot of monеу! Wе numbers. as you mightthink. sе moneу. -.::те|ottery was hеIdiп 1826.having to paydebt bаnkrupt no monеy аndthеrеfore unab|е _ for еxamplе сurrenсу thеsystеm of monеy usеdin а сountry. was aboutto go : zаbethI was in powеr. Julia. аnswеrs as thеУсаn. Pеoplе lf thеir аrеgoing to bе drаwn оutof a pool0f numbеrs. B en: 0 nе i n 1 4 m i I l i o n? of bеingrun ovеr right. thеirdесisions asthеуIistеn. Еuro . P|ay thе reсording.ii .зppеnto you in Iife.l сarеful|y and to rеаdthеstаtеmеnts studеnts Qo' ТеlI to undеr|inе the kеywords. reading somewher Julia: ln 1995.it wаs* 1995. Тhеу sаythat ЕnglanditseIf in 1560 ::n kruptw hеn the Qu e e nс h an g е d th е v aI u eo f th е с u rrе nс y :' r:ry to its formеr g|ory. pound dolIаrs ster|ing. you Iikеdit or not. Putstudеnts into Dostеr. thеусhoоsе сhoosе lfе. Hеy!Whеre areуou going'Bеn? shou|d Ben: Тo buy a |ottery tiсkеt! P|aу thе reсordin in pаirs. Тhinking about thеmеаning.'.I. Bеn: So whatnumbеrs do thev piсk? _ thе datеof theirbirthdaу. It аIsomаkesрeop|еinto miIIionairеs. Studеnts сomparе thеiranswеrs theiranswеrs.s the thаnуou did of winning by a bus on the wayto buya tiсkеt jaсkpot! Ben: Hmm _ | саn sеethеirooint. students disсuss аnd FindoutwhowouId withtheс|ass.lЁ.е lotterуin Еngland when Queen сan bе traсеdto thе 16th сеnturу. right. сhесk сorrесt thеir rесording for to сhесk and again studеnts аnswеrs.b 6b 7a Languagе notes . .hеlp thеm аndhеlpthеmanswеr.n ::lla rd s.f i.i monеy is а vеryhарpy еvеnt.iyЬu.Yеs. agesof thеirсhildren.*е tvordsoundsаs i{ it mеansа lot ot'. whethеr lrd the Iottery No-onе's not а 20th сеnturyinvеntion. сomеsfromthе |taIian .thе nеw nаtionаI |t Iottеry is rUnjUst Iikеa businеss.thisinformaI thеаdjесtivе eхprеssion usеs quiсkrather quiсklу thanthe аdverb b1 ln 9гitаin.an Еng|ish.but a Iotterу whеrеor whеn the first|otterу wi t h i n с o nnес t i o n tt w аs mе n ti o n е d in th е Bi b I e .fussiblеanswefs numbеrs in thеir :hеy random|у. . thе Тhеy Iikе to |uсky numbers сhoosе JuIiа: thаtsortof thing.Do you? _ dеpеnds got! how muсhmoneу|'ve JuIia:Somеtimes Ben: Whenwаsthе lottery firstIaunсhed? | сan'tremembеr. pairs lf to disсuss the quеstions.а namеforthe British for examp|е: thе sterling сurrеnсу. Askpаirs to еaсhpoint. G@ A talК youarеgoing з Q. you know. at random it sееms that mostpеop|е don..t'tsеs. "j :еsan еnormousаmount of moneуfor сharity. .I remembеr Waste of timе. Plаythе rесording. itsе|f is сertainIy Was irrе еХасtIy bеgan. London's then introduсеd prizesof money.vеhеardthаttoo. Anybodуwho сan Ben: I nеvеrbuу |ottеrу tiсkеts. сlаss. Inthesamеpairs. or Ameriсаn уoUсanpаyin stеr|ing gеtriсhquiсk. withthe с|аss. in Еng|and . sеtsof numbеrsуou me thаt if you piсkсегtain JuIia: But somеbodytoId mighthavеa verygoodсhаnсe of winning. Do||ar.l8. Bеn: l.but сhеa ting b е с аmеа tе rri b I e аn d d i s h o n e stу .So peop|е :tеriеs Iongbеforеthе rеstof the wor|ddесidedto borrowthe ItаIian wэrdlottа. Ben: So whаtdoеsthisa||mean? Iess often. rvords outsynonуms will. 4 Listening in З. thatsomеsеtsof numbers arе сhosen JuIia: It mеаns you havemoreсhanсе of Ben: So if уou piсkjustany oId numbers. аnd шndеrliле thеmto rеadсarеfuIlу whiсhmеаnthе sameаS tе|| thеmto thinkоf othеrwords words. you maythink * оrd.BUtl havеn't a сIuehow it works.Probablytrying to to restorethе o|d stеrIing . unluсkу |ikе 1j numЬеrs Askthеmwhat thеythinkof thе Students opеnthеirbooks.outobе |uсkу ''gg.l think.forеxаmplе thеy.* ТеII tо plаythе rесording studеnts Iistеn and сirс|е as manу Studеnts twiсe. y o u m еa n? J uI i a :I n B r i t a i n. 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эusinеss plаn. P|ay thеrесording agаin to сhесk thеiranswеrs.Тheysaidit wаsn't thаtspeсiaI or unusuaI and I'dnеver Ll'i]i". I Iеft sсhool ехiс. gaps studеnts fiII in аs many аsthеyсаn.|.s15 |t..vе won five WеWere _ |arge|у for our dеsign and good it'sproved vеrypopular bесause 'iшrrxl]']! i ш.thjs leаdаnd |istеn йhiсhwords аt thеиmе timе. 'l [ ]*.:.oduсt..8 Yе. ]]]... wе rеntеd a bаthroom in pеopIe's j.. Studеnts |\4оnitor аnd mаkеsUrе thеirro|е quеstions them thеуarеforming аnd rеmind thе сorrесtIy to usеohrasеs fromеxеrсisе 6 to soundmorеnаtura|. :.. ' t'**.'.5 to сarryon. с h e ap l.аt. In faсt. neеdсommеrсia| know-how to turn it into a suссеss.. Studеnts dесide thеsoeаkеrs madеthе statеmеnts сheсk or not.rg somеthing to сarrya hot drink in а thatwouIdallowpеop|e getting !. 1f 5a 6b 7e 'l.l....'l.. аnd I thinkbeсause on quite it. :а:еnt..t].so it doеs...'-< As а rеsuIt.I Wаssсalded ]1ц:''. 4 .:. Language notes FiIlеrs Iikе Whеn thеse to1sound morenaturaI сanhеIp studеnts pointout\that not theуarespеаking..I'|| lt.but my сustomers .il. |lgdiffеrеnt аnd | еndеdup as a markеting аnd eаrnsomemonеy' illr.AskB to |oоk to аt thе produсt dеtai|s and be prеpаrеd answеr Asouеstions.s sеeif | саn showyou..'. Тhе Iidсomеsoff easiIyl +0h vеs..l . :пloughout )l{Е-j::omakeit. ": . l.l.. in the сountrу but a сovеr '.:'.:'l]. it. -..n d а skеd е v е rуmo b i |e mеtotryа n d fi n d o n е .. llii пе:.-.'еаrsago. Howеvеr.l:-. the mostimportant ooint.so I app|iеdfor a bеIievе зnd sеt up on my own.l.l:ll.]..i.l6..I p h o n e d . two сatеrlng for the design.Тhеrе уou arе. @ .1 .l. withthе с|ass. l " just so I Iikе thаt didn't exist.ll. Jtilе3[еr ] Speaking Lonverьallion fillоrs в оф. l Сou|d for? сustomer: is thisgаdgеt vou te|lmе what. lllг::liеs and a сoffee-shop |tWas to usethe produсt.Now Assistant: Ah.i\ intеrеsting. -UpWithout .l.а nd s te а|i nth g е i rp h o n es а nd sa ythа ti t p rе v е n ts givenmе the сourage lit ] /..i. Pointoutthat.You p|aсe thе |id* justso _ and usеthe hand|еs to turn it.s hеreon the bасkof thе Iаbеl.:. Сheсk thеаnswers withthесIass.g.:.=rsix months WhеnI firststartеd talking to сoffее to gеtit right.е Uрw itha design s аu n a th аtс o u |d b e fi t t edi nt o for a s ma||.i].'... poo|thatсou|d garden but bе big swimming fit intothe tiniеst *п.l.:l.I approасhed -.mobi|e Voсabula11 5 Students withthеir workin pаirs to mаtсh thееXprеssions mеanings. Givеthеsесond answеr as an еxamp|e quеstion) a good andaskstudents if thеyknowаnyothers. we аdopted а r l. so аs a сhiIdI hаd probIems at sсhooI. '." .it'sа|sobeсoming guests зr tvith wаnt to offеr their a bit of a few hoteI owners who ' 'l'll: .э'. .ТheуthеnIook thеyarеintеrеstеd at thе produсt in sе||ing |\4аkе whаt thеproduсt surе thеyknow / buуing.... :': ..: :lnаnd stiсkat it! jrшP. r. to p|ау *а:сhеaсhinvеntion сomparе witha speаkеr. аbout whаtinvеntion ц. Сheсk thеanswеrs 2Yеs 3Yеs 4No 9 Nо . .'l.' @ P|ay thе rесording andсorreсt аgainforstudеnts to сhесk thеir аnswers. for сhi|dren our firstfew years wе didn'tеvеn to swim in! During 'l...s сonvеrsation..:..'::l':.cеnts yoUarеgoing Thеy therесording onсe. thеyjustshowed mе the door but l еvеntua||y шli. ц. Wе.. @@ -.! Дll ! r-adiointervisvr cфз Те|| Putthеminto studеnts to |ook at thе piсturеs.my fathеr сompany and I wereaskedby a homеimprovemеnts ii .l l .l : .l.Studеnts thеir forstudеnts answеrs in pаirs.t I deсidеd to trу and solve by a саppuссino.i1. сhainagrеed got u зt You'Ve to bеlievе in your first.:.l..*.s now a huge suссess.:'.l:. thеmtimеto Write theirnotеs...'. Playthе reсording whеther again. P|ay therесording.r.' lrithout My |аtest idea is a smaII too muсh additionaI expеnsеI " l l.sfor opеning thingslikеjаrsаnd bott|еs.s to tа|k theyсansееin eасh onе.blеmrather l'm a dеsigner' so I started thаntаkethe сafёto сourt! i'"". Сustomеr: And how doеsit work? з We||. Еxp|аin thatit is veryUsеfuI to hаvеsеtphrаsеs give you whiсh timeto thinkof whаt to sayin a (Thаt.:] bасkto thе offiсe сutting up bitsof сard..j(еr 2 ll.*.с.1No 5Yes 6No 7 o-hеаkеr1-сuр Spеаker 2 _ sаunа phoneсovеr $еаkerЗ . o*l.but aftеrI wentto business sсhooI. l.]p and withinsix months ц1li-q in businеss... :it mаrried Тhеn l mаdеup mу mindto do аnd hаd two сhiIdren..But I wаs determined to provеthem wrong. Theywаnted а phonеthatсhangеd p h o ne ti.Аskstudеnts Wr hаvеundеr|inеd andWhу.mnot riсhyеt..]l]]].:. Fоle pla1 7 Putstudеnts whois A and intopairs andtе|| thеmto dесidе who is B..ц['*зl\еr з п :. аWard Aftеrthata сhаinof hoteIs.r:": пary-sized homеs. .].ii.l. p е o p Ie .-.:Е" Тhe idеaсamеto me in minutes.:. is.l. thеyshou|d ovеr-usе thеmаs pеop|е might thinktheyhаvе nothing to sayl Askstudеnts to rеad thеdiaIoguе.:'. cасker oUrown_ one whiсhin faсtсhangеs and we сrеatеd Lll. and I burnt.'l. Assistant: it firm|y on top of |et. {'l.iurer шll ': .€ ) . We|l...eхaсtIy' z Assistаnt: Тhat's а goodouеstion. n.:. qskstudеnts in Words to undеr|inе thе mostimрortant еаф stаtеmеnt thеmto wi||hе1p in 4.srea||у сhеapеnough for peopIe quite ]пJ] 1сomеs to bе аbIеto affordit.. Тe|| Ihеmwhiсh thеy thinkIooks thеmost j:.-:аntfor a pасkaging сompanу.: г '".]]. but it.оfessionaI Inventing a nеw produсt is onеthing'but approaсh.i] ]go..': the 12 сompanies аnd pеrsuaded the daу.е r answеrs withа оartner's.ll:.|ttook and startеd ll -".т::s зnd fаstfoodсhains. о....'. Givе pеrform p|аys. Studеnts ]. аnd how muсhis it? Сustomer: justсheсkthеpriсе.s .

2 еvелtual|у3 proud @ . In pаirs students сhесk their answеrs rеferring to thеtеxtif theynееdto.ууant.. Еnсourage thеmto rеfеr to thе tеxtwhеnspeaking. Аskstudеnts to сlosе theirbooks andreаd outthеannounсеmеnt to thе сIass. Studеnts сompаrе thеir answеrs withа partnеr's. с . :'rl.) Pointoutthаttoo manуspесialist thesаils..Iikе andfigurеs. words in a trave| story сanputoff reаdеrs whodo not thеm. 6 Аskstudеnts to sсаnthеtеxtto findand undеr|ine words 1-5. sаilor уасht.|:tttt thе reсording. makеa storу soundmore reaIistiс. o-. Askpairs to shаrе theiridеаs withthе с|аss. drеаm.lf thеynеedhelp.. (Forеxamp|е: Do thеyknowаnу morе? rоise аnсhor.. trеat thisas a Iistening aсtivity.butthе сorreсt undеrstаnd useof а fеwwе||-known faсts onеsсan. 3 Students disсuss thequеstion in pairs. thеmfami|iаr withthe thеуhаvе tunеof thе songbеforе to сompIetе B. to fuпhеr disсussion.Givе themtwominutеs. Studеnts сhесk theirаnswers in pairs. Writinga shortstorу pagеs90_91 Trоvеl Writеr oI thе уеar SB Warm-up Askstudеnts thе rest to tеII of thес|аss аboutа travе| bookthаt thеyhаvеpartiсu|ar|y еnjoyеd' What wasthе bookabout? Why did theуenjoу it? Studying the samplе 1 Students read thеаnnounсemеnt andanswеr thе questions. Ol 3 mind 4 Romе l:. Сhесk theanswеrs от. в . Studеnts thеnworkin pairs thе meaning аndсhoose of thеwordin thеstory. hоrbour' soil (v). fry.Сheсk the answers withthес|ass. or twoеXаmplеs of timerеferеnсеs. '.td 2a зb 4e 5с 6f 7g thequestions in pairs 9 Studеnts disсuss before shаring thеir Тhismav|еаd ideas withtheсlass. This wi|| makе win. hoist bow. for еxаmp|е: сyсling. stеrn. Сhесk the withthес|ass. Сheсk theanswers withtheсlаss. withthе с|ass..уасhting. P|ay thе songagаin forstudеnts to сhесk thеirаnswеrs.:.-_- Soundbitеs You can got it if 1ou reall1шant f $ $ $ optionаl aсtivity Аs a firstlistening еxеrсisе writеthese words on the board to order themasthеylistеn: andaskstudеnts now. P|аy Studеnts |istеn andfilIin thе gapsin thе song.A.1:t. Е"B. ...:i:ill Stepsto betterwriting Doвсriptionв 5 Askstudents to matсh thеwords аnd meanings without looking at thetext again. horse ordaring paragraphваnd ovоnts 2 Аskstudents to workin pairs to rеordеr thе paragraphs. 1а 2a 3а 4b 5а optional aсtivity in thestory Аskstudеnts to findаIIthеwords speсifiсa||y Withboats assoсiated аndsaiIing.Фт.ll:lr: :. ь.wау. givethemonе 4 Studеnts workon thеirown.. Аskstudents to thinkof words assoсiated withan advеnturous aсtivity thеyenjoy. аnswеrs Ф. Сhесk theаnswеrs withthес|аss.'ll.t" D. АItеrnаtivе|y.

5 Bесаuse hist'аmilуwerеproudof hin. Аnothеr to thinkof аn intеrеsting шаyin whiсhthеусаngеtthе rеаdеr's is to mаkе attention surе theirfirstsentenсe is interesting. Тhismаy|еаd to fuгthеr disсussion. if thес|аss is еnthusiastiс.че thеstudents thеfo||owing answеrs to somеquеstions: I Bесouse hist'аther tookhim sаiling. orjust bored. DispIay thеwinning in thесlаssroom оr on thе storiеs кhooInоtiсеboard. Givе themone minutе. hаvе a rеa| с|ass YouсouId (othеr tompеtition withа panе| of judgеs tеaсhеrs? (travе| students fromаnothеr с|ass?) and prizеs books?). Asa с|аss. hоi] ь Confusinguords 3 1 disсovеrеd2 invеntеd 3 foundеd 4 found 5 rеfugееs6 asy|um sееkеrs Тalkingaboutyour Gountry givеthеmtimеto readthе Bеforе studеnts do theexеrсise quеstions аndthinkаbout thеirresponsеs. 2. 1 Studеnts opеntheirbooks and rankthе itеmsin thе list aссording to howmuсhmonеy theyspеnd on them. tl Еnсourаgе studеnts tit|е.goI 4 1 gotаwaу 2 gotoff з gotusеd to 4 gotstuсk 5 gotby ь'Phrasal vоrbs 5 1 grеw up 2 kееp upwith 3 making up 4 сomе upwith 5 sеtup Hriting your story ll. Culture foсus Spеnding hаbits аnd pagе lifertуlеs SB 9З Warm-up TеII studеnts to сIosе thеirbooks.-J ъ' Usos of. 2 Divide studеnts intosmаllgroups to сompare answеrs. Dividе studеnts into groups groups questions. tUord foсus SB pagе 92 ь'Nоu YorК 1 visitеd 2 inhabitеd3 4 еmigratеd 5 |еavе 1 truth 2 mind 3 supposе 4 hаrd 5 baсk 6 question 3 Bеforе studеnts do thееxеrсisе askthеmto skimrеadthе tеxt. 2 Bесоuse he сouldsееkiller v'thаlеs bу his уасht."*. Point out thatthеyaIIstart WithWhу? ThiswilIhеlpthеm гlеаiisе thе importanсе in of making it сIеаr whуthings happеn л story. 3 Bесоuse theуwеreсurious.l фI t. 1 аftеr l sh 7 sttoп|y аt2 Extеnsion L. thе on thеir Сhесk i"rs\l'еrs withtheсIass.tпdргstanding tho taэK and planning ' Adlisestudеnts thatthеirstory wiIIbе morеinterеsting and сопvinсing if thеywritеaboutаn еxpеriеnсe they thеmsеlvеs havеhаd. ТеII studеnts to rеad stаtеmеnts 1_Bаndto sсаnthеtеxtto findthе missing information. Тhеnaskthеmto еxсhangе withа partnеr's and сhесk work stоriеs еасhothеr's шsing theсhесk|ist in 11. brainstorm things thаtstudents spend thеirmonеy on. Al|ow a mаximum of two minutes.dеnts do thе еxеrсisе ownor in pairs. Booksand magazinеs СDsand vidеos Goingout with friеnds СIothеs Presents for friends/family lБ. Lц'pIаin thattheymustworkout thеquеstions bу reading thе l]ieш. о' 1 thеirоwn home. Find outwhiсhоne in thе |ist thе с|ass spenф1nost monеу on by asking fora quiсkshowof hаnds for еaсhonе. (namеs of students) m {skstudеnts to сhесk thеirownwork. Тhеymightlikеto try bеginning thеirstory withdirесt spеесh' Rеmind studеnts tо |ook baсkat еxеrсisеs 2 and4 forways of sеquеnсing еvеnts.ТеlI thеmit doеsnot mattеr if thеir plасе story takеs сlose to homеаnd not in аn еxotiс С0Untry. lt is thеwaythestorу is toIdthatis important. @ . 3 hеа|th andfitnеss "4 shortеr 6 morе. Сhесk thеаnswеrs With thес|ass thеntеlI studеnts to rеаdthеtеxtagainin thеirowntime. of fouror fivеto disсuss thе Ask to shаrе theiridеas withthес|аss. . 4 Bесousе it wоsgoingto bе hismoment of triumph.

. ..:.l.km rаil journеу?) answеr: 4..l'li.l$..trаve|Iing km bуtrain ]'6-.roсk с|imbing _ 6..1. Tаkе is morеaсtive in mеаning..lТтlt.l.. 7 а 8 Thе 9 Тhе. Тhе riskis riskу.l.4 working as a dееpsеafishermаn 7'1.. 0nе givеs an answеr.. а 10 no аrtiсlе @ ...:. thеmost dаngеrous аspесt of а flight to Аustrаliо?) Youmaywantto аskyourstudеnts to сontinuе in pairs...Тrlu 6 Fа|sе l.'.i. bаsеd on thе information Suggеstions: answer: 0.ssеJ!. no аrtiсlе .]i. lt iь paгtiсulагl1 urall..::'.llnaэ..l...a suffix whiсhmeаns а dеviсе t'ormeаsuring somеth ing' for exа mp| е.:.:l'.s upsаnd downsusua||у refеrs to thе diffiсu|tiеs аnd p|еаsurеs . о..l..l Studеnts ansWеr thе quеstions in pаirs.. Givеthеmfive minutеs.stЬti5iiсq. еxс|аmation mаrks (оnthе riskomеtеrl to thеairpогtI) Bеforе studеnts do the еxеrсisе askthеmto readеасn statеmеnt сarеfu||у аndto tryandmаkе a dесision bаsеd on whаtthеyhаvеrеadso far.'l. 3 Тhеаrtiс|е lt inсludеs: сontrасtiоns (pагtiсu|аrlу in thеdrrесt spеесh).....:1.. Аskstudеnts to thinkof somе еxаmp|еs of peoplе tаking risks. spееd omеtе r.].Ф..s аnswеr: Theсarjournеy to thе airport.l.'.Сhесk theаnswеrs withthес|аss..'.. it'sсrеditеd аt thеend.. Lit'е..i.l.].l.....:l..n. Jjketihio.. wаshing 5'5.:l. ]...11.. Language notеs Wetаkеor runa risk.З.dyiпg up оr wа|king downthestrееt for20 уеаrs 6.PossibIе аnswеrs 1 A riskis the possibilitу of dаngеr...Studеnts thensсan thеtеxt to findoutwhеthеr thеirdесisions Wеre сorrесt... .... adjeсtive from 2 Writе thесorreсt аnswеrs on thе board.ttйЬ'..* Voсabulary Possibilit1.. .. on thеfirstsу||abIе of thеsuffix: /rrs.. . tо whiсhthеymustmakеthе quеstions.. а... Seе Unit summarуon Contеntspages4-5 Reading Mеоsuringthе QuiсK quiz .:.'сhаnсеs like|y...8. .l. do people think job?) is thеmostdаngerous (Whаt.thestylе of writing 2 |t usеs а p|ay on words in thеtitIe.l.З(Whоt is the riskof mаking а 160..:'ltа1}sе.. twominutes to tryаndanswеr thеthreе |f no-one hаsfinished givе аfter twominutеs....l .'..2. pairs.. . сan a|wаys thеma уou Iittlе bit morеtimе...I60 1..born mаlеbеing murdеrеd?) (Who answеr: Hе's thе dirесtor of thе Risklnitiative.d.... oтl ]t measцrеs ..: .]lil'.5 5 соngequеnсеs7 соmpаrisоn.':.. \rlагwiсК Univогsi\ie а highl1-гaepoсted univerьi\ in сentгаl 6ngland. is НеnrуWynn?) (Whеre lt'sаt Wаrwiсk answеr: Univеrsitv.6(Whаt is the riskof а new.ri.3. Pеop|e tаkerisk .l...l!...l.tlie 6 no artiс|e. Studеnts disсuss howthеwords areusedin Studеnts сomp|еtе thesentеnсes on thеirown..8'. is quitеinformа|.' Artiсlоa 6 Studеnts do theехеrсisе on thеirown.1]]: in Ii{e buthеrеit rеfеrs tо thе rising uno1u|1. thе riskomеtеr.З. (/spr:..:11']:.. the..160 o.. bесаusе thеyarеdеspеrаtе.'. harmor Ioss. thеmyouаrе pаges94_95 risks SB going givе to thеmаnswеrs....Тrue. thе "*. ......dеstruсtivе astеrоid hitting еагth 1600 km аs а pаssеngеr 1'7_ flуing . . Language notеs -ometеr . Thеsе words аrеusuaIlу withthеstrеs. thеothеr mаkеs thеquеstion. thеrmomеtеr |t is еasy to makеnеwwords us..9* driving km byсаr whеnvасuurning. Те|| themto usеthесomparаtivе in thеirсommеnts.lТit.kоmltэ/.smоkiп!40 сigаrеttеs u сuy Askstudеnts if theуwеrеsurprisеd by anуof thе аnswеrs...кnourn foг itьstatiьtiсs dapагtrn:..' Fа]sе.а.4l'.: probablу thissuffix... thеn сhаngе roIes.:...'thе.....l. forехсitеmеnt. for examp|e: Wethought thаttrаvelling 160km bу trаinwаs riskierl morеriskуthаndriving160km bу саr....0... Сhесk thеаnswеrs withthе с|аss.sсat* .$a|sе. dоmItэ/) (/Oэ'mnmltэ/).l.Сhесk thеаnswеrs withthес|аss.9 ... Reading Askstudеnts to skimrеаd thеагtiс|e firstandthеngivеthеm quеstions.. Askstudеnts forthеiranswеrs.. in thеtext. result and choiсo 5 Studеnts sсanthеtextto findаnd undеr|inе thеwords.l.. is the Risk lnitiаtive?) (Whаt аnswеr: Тheythinkit'sсоаlmining.7.'4. Frаnk Duсkworth hаs аs donewith pronounсed riskomеtеr.g:бf.1'.. . 1 a nеwspаpеr аrtiсlе. optional aсtivity |f youwаntto еxp|oit thеteхtfurther аndgivеyоur students morepraсtiсе tе|| of sсаnrеаding.

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сompIеtе gap с|uеs.* mа|s thatthеyсonsidеr . finе.е с|ass.hiсh and аrеfirstсоnditionаls in pairs. to go trave||ing but it.{. thеrulеs I Students сomp|еtе щr 1 thе Frтs on thеirown.doesл't сal| Wishes to do Do notaskstudеnts 5 fuЬr PIау thе rесording. аs thеу work llш Ilп.'. п dskа student tо rеаdthе examp|e Studеnts sесond.l.snot possib|е to l stiII Want of p|aсes abroadmuсh_ on|yto Spain_ so therearе |ots sеe. аnd |еss |'d Iiketo spend moretime praсtising hаveеxamsat thе еnd of thе Уear. I t Cпammif 110_. ltllll'пl]lil :. for сontеxtual шhаt еaсh and aftеr сomes bеforе withthе с|ass. l Studеnts thе sentеnсes сomplete @ somе |'dсhangе if I had thrееwishes but I suppose My |ifе? | |ikemу |ifе.Give them two minutеs to |]|lllilfiilе Dividеthеm into smаIIgroupsto ]: .u Monitorthе studеnts ss tinеir answеrs.. bееn I havеn't whi|е|'mat sсhoo|.tn thеir responsеs. * * * ii' llrcs in pairs..I praсtisе hasn'tpiсkedmе уеt. Ithink |. but mv аmbitionis to bе on the sсhooIbasketbal| SсhooI.ldтsйflеrs аndаskthеmwhiсhthevthinkarethе most askthеmthis fiйl-'.]еnts to read thе questions. Сheсk thеanswеrs @ r1 2 3 4 5 do thе on thеirown. irесk thеanswеrs sеntеnсе.lon: therе to rеadthе Askstudеnts wIг i'angеrousZ Askforthеiropinions. theуhavеdisсussed' тe*l зnd сomparе it withthе idеas themto lookat Rеmind T Siudеnts thetеxtin pairs. Studеnts do thе еxеrсisе еrеrсisе oral|y аs а с|аss. with thеаnswers in nairs.t job...hЦ]fll'шl Groupssharеthеir idеas if nесessarу. шith voсabu|аrу .3 5 wil|bе.l11 sвpagеs Еrst аnd sесondсonditional Hr-up jllLrlil.l. whiсh arе . anythi ng.i:r'*iiЁjii$ii$i. .He alwaуspiсksthе samе tеаm. *.l wouldсookit for myt'riеnds. |t wou|dbе grеatif | сou|dwork in my unс|е's a pаrt-timе of getting |'dlikе shopatweekends.]lL]i]il] . Сhесk 4 Studеnts do thе ехеrсise ш:l d 2.Аre оnimоl is а whеre dаngerous аnу situоtions чшiiеs.s but the сoaсh a lot and I think |'veimprovеd. Тhеnеxtstudent thе сhain. but l'm thinking gota job and I nеvеrhаvemuсhmoney. go 4 .$liт:Jжl. to соntinuе Тhеnaskstudеnts might say: If l саughtа big соrp. woulЬ|еnd meеt.еrous Aftеr thе disсussion andwhy. :omp|еtе thеgaps Ф' 1 workеd. |'d lovеthаt.l* to mаkеa Iist givеstudеnts two minutеs :hе bookс|osеd thеir Тhеnbrainstorm шti dangеrous. of thе nеxt Prompt withthе beginning a studеnt forехаmp|е: lf l went I mightсаtсhа big сarp. things! | haven.dеnjoybеingа bit moreindependеnt. .L-=:-J Пilt !fu]r to talk! . t'ishing. wi|l . . team.i':i{*i}ii{i*l*ii| thес|ass.A|tеrnаtivеlу. but l timе studying. i 1Crаmmar сheсk i I]lLс first аnd sесondсonditional Askstudеnts sentеnсеs.

ii. 7 Students сomplеtе thеinformаtion in pаirs.'Рosrib|eапsшers l. ь'Firet 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 сonditional '||givе sее.Ь. Аskgroups to shаrе thеir idеаs withthес|ass. Givе themabout fivеminutеs. Let's practise grammar sBpаges 112_11з Somе or al|оf thеsе exеrсisеs саn bе givеn аs homework.. сD . wе'lI visitthе Еiffеl Towеr.t have to rеvisе for mYеXams..l I wishI didn. would him? voubеliеvе youhе|p 2 d |fyouhаvе timе. rathеr..1:. 6 а |fSueWаs getintoso morе shewouIdn't many аrguments..1$. 1 pastsimplе 2 wou:|d : Rеmеmbеr! Aska studеnt to rеаdoutthеаdviсe...J.. / lwish mу ь Тhs right шord optionalaсtivity to writеdownthree ! Askstudеnts things thatаrе not j: pеrfeсt in thеirIivеs.. Shеwishes shе go on ho|idаy.. Askа studеnt to rеadout one i sеntеnсе and othеrstudеnts tryto еxprеss his/ hеrwish.l . Сhесk thе аnsWеrs withthесIаss... Te|l thеm to usеfuII сonditionа| sеntеnсеs whеngiving thеir аnswеrs. '.i..6 Lеt'sactivatе Maк. 5 Тinawishеs thаtshеdidn't havе to goto the dеntist... won..:.:..would prфr to. :' Youwishуou werеtаll... . he..t.. . or / prefеr.1$. . do.l...... Studеnts dесidе on thеirownwhat thе pеop|e might wish. :.l ..i.::]i1.-а |rоkеn !9:!вalцs!:i6:a!i!i:\i. 7 g |f wе go to Pаris. rаther.x... to Wou|d .'1а'1.hasn't '|lgo.3 l* .о"- Lк:j 6 Studеnts matсh thеwishеs withthеstatеmеnts from5. ь \rtliьh 3 PossibIе answers .arеn. llТJffilh':Jlilleв l1T. than Would . to wou|d .. сou|d 3 Paulwishеs play thathе сou|d forthеsсhoo| сhеss tеam.*.... сou|d 2 Fiona wishеs shеwаsn't so busу.l]..thаn / Would prеfеr prеfеrs. Shewishеs shесou|d visitherfriеnоs.]. you prеfеr 10 if Ё i Lоt..in:€P:u!itiit|a1i1i .'. 4 1wishhеwоuldn.. саnсontinuе in smа|I i studеnts j Note:ThеoptiоnaI justas wе|I aсtivity aftеr 9 works after э. wi|I . doеsn't do .. 5 b l'd sееа doсtor аboutthatсough if I wеreyou.hi:l: stаy inthis hotеl..5 ь' First and ьeсond сonditional 2 1 с|t he toId thеtruth..ng vriehes 9 Askstudеnts to Iook at thеpiсturеs andto idеntify whythе pеop|е areunhаppy.. Askstudents to sharе thеiridеas With thес|аss.. qo. I wishl goto thetheаtre. or prеfe1 to wou|d rаther groups..:..i. Hеwishеs it wason а differеnt еvеning.'|l don't bе Wi|| .l''...prфr prеfеr 51 prеfеr 2 wou|d to.. For еxаmp|е: ! i l'm quitеshort. rather to. сF.. wi|| mе makе dinnеr? youdo if yougotIost 3 e Whаt wou|d in thewoods? 4 f lf he praсtisеs hаrd. .IIgеt intothеsсhoо| tеam.l: .l.s imagine 10 Studеnts disсuss thequеstions in groups of З or 4.. rаthеr prеfer.i1}lli] Theythenаnswеr thеtwoquеstions. ш}1i|. patiеnt.wouId rathеr з Drеfer 4 infinitivе 61 2 3 4 ) 6 7 I wouId rathеr..'..l wеrе 2 wou|d do 3 wouldread 4 еnсouragеs5 USе 6 '||try 7 motivatеs 8 сou|d Extension ь Wouldrаthor. 4 | wishthаtJanе would аrrivе on timе.t phonе.... got won'tbuу.1ii}ii:i|.. : 4 .!.. Studеnts сhесk their аnswеrs in оаirs... l wishl didn'ta|ways hаvе wаit to for hеr.l.rаins go haven't sаvеd. orgаnisе. Ф.Zl ..1 t.t 'l|p|aу get. GivееxampIеs if youfее| it is nесеssаrV. ТhismayIеаd to furthеr disсussion.!]:!.

going аre 11 let 10 9 wiI| 8 wi|I assoсiatе like 14 willsend 12 go 13 don't the net''butothеr Tim. 1D . |f mono|ingual thеydo not know.000 сounсi| whena loсa| wаshorrified nevеr who has free. Students Play thе rесording. dесided Listеning and speaking уou wеrе in their shoes. pоoplо boггow so moаt of ong|and. rесording аndto undеrIinе for P|aу the rесording youwi||pIay twiсе.nobody oursе|vеs thеquestion еvеrybody andasking to happen?'Wе thisbe a||owed nееd to payаnyrеnt. ЗB. @ thо1livо in pгafeг to oпnthоhousоь ln 9гitain.poop\e genora\l1 eьрсiall1 аndflatьагe oъPonьivo. andthосollaсtion llghting ьuсh aььtгaet to thе thеylistеn bеforе to rеadthestаtеments Аskstudеnts that ТеIl studеnts thе kеywords. thе rest of usаresitting . so shouId to goandfindout.сourts. аггangоmоnt iо сallgda mortgаgo o how andguеss Askstudents to rеadthеsеntеnсes Ф. Сhесk theanswers P|ау morеtimeso thatthеyсanhеarthе the rесordingЪne words in сontеХt..Mеаnwhi|е.. one is entit|еd . Тim. sBpages. in thе l!nеr his hеr ownеrship hasеstab|ishеd / - Io a\oсa| bоlongь oг flаt urhiсh а сounсilhouse / Jldt iь ahouьo (administгation) аt а 1or. ::гIaсеd housefor the Iast rссording if you аrе to thе |aw. A building Тhiь eothattha1саnbu1a houssог flаt. Askpairs thesеntenсе: to сomplеtе \sk studеnts stауif .*Y-:-J ь Тhe right шord like 3 wеre 7 1 сouId be/wеrе 2 WouId.|14_115 thе аnd matсh at thе piсturеs trsk to Iook studеnts dеsсriptions to thе photos.апguage notеs or lаndwithout a bui|ding whooссupies . уou arе еntitledto own a propertу thаt thе :. сomp|еtе аs many of thеgaps -rе nation was housеworthЯ200. mono1 to pоoplo l'mc:gld1l....аAskstudеnts whаtthe to exp|аin to workin pаirs tеII availabIe.пithout (лunсiltar iв a taъbaьod on thоvаluоof a muсhmoneч' ьerviсcь to pa1 iь uаsd foг |oсal.. Listеning A ТV programmо 1 О6J*a thеyare you p|ay te|| studеnts the rесording Bеfore in а a manwhoIivеd going about tо а programmе to Iistеn house. in Иndon аndthe ьouth 0V9г ьoсiо\andPаYit bаск oг buitding monо1 fгomа bаnК lоnds thаt аn oгganisаtion 6Oсi0\ is ьevera\1earь. arе diсtionаries words mеаn.bеdroomеd tаx or rеnt. do in whаtthеywou|d intopаirs to disсuss 3 Putstudеnts withtheс|ass. !еn Тim E||is сomp|еtely to Unеmp|oyеd i at thе four.|f wou|d did this. thе againanddisсuss at thе piсturеs 2 \sk studеnts to Iook quеstion asа с|аss.. thеymight be сomplеted.t.. сounсiI {r/э..thе сounсiIhаd simp|уforgotten : оtvnеd the house. mightbе undereiIher thenetthеeхp|anation withthес|ass.sIip through Тheсounсil аpologisеd for|еtting theyIive of homes up to с|aim ownеrship squatters arеnowqueuing rentеd bеdsits in oursmаIl in too.r гоntto pоople аndiь гsntоd сounсil .'з d аny сounсil 16 уеars. rцhr(noun) is something j']uаtters' untilthе a propеrty to oссupу involvе thе right rights Iаw.еrе iIlegаIIу for morеthan 12 уеarswithoutanyoneсheсking thаt -:Llseis rеaIly уours. thеirideas to shаrе thissituation. of гubbish. Houэоь гаthог thаnгontthom. t wouldlet thesquаtters l. thе rесording studеnts to mаrkthеirаnswers. paу gеt 7 see 6 5 spеnd 4 wouId . or ехprеssions themto |ookup anуwords s/ipthrough of аn idiomIikе Rеmind thеmthatin the саsе slipor nеt. asthеyсan. ths tаx Tha monо1 fгom 2гopoф. чuтttеris а pеrson for (aperson andasks whositson thе pavеmеnt :еrmission *onеyis a bеggаr).ln this саsе.hasbеensquatting . Lаnguage notes to do or havеby |aw.

1meйs sаfе u.. 1 fаult 2 dеad|inе 3 paying thе priсе 4 oppоrtunitiеs ь 9 Disсuss thеquеstion as а с|ass. P|аy thеrесording.s not hisfaultthatthе сounсiI mаdеа mistаke. as. askstudеnts to antiсipatе thеаnswеrs. Writе thеsе adjeсtives andnouns on thеboаrd аndask studеnts if thеyсаnmatсh thеm. thenthе WorId rеаIIy hasgonemаd!Manytaxpayеrs havetroub|е affording еvena one-bеdroom flat_ and yetsomеnobodу сanjust nevеr geta job.Butthey |еtit go.1 1u.NoWthеy're paуing the priсеlIn а Way. ::AJil .) 8 {d"" Bеforе you plаythe rесоrding аgain. siсker who wouIdbеnеfit fromthe saIеof the housе. HostеIs аrеjusta temporarУ so|ution.stop payingrentand be as frееas a bird?| сan. but thеrеаre Iots peop|е of oIdеr.intеd' (vеrу as whitеаs sno\ry white) @ Suggesting aItеrnatives Ann: Whatсan we do aboutthe homе|еss? z providеd if the govеrnment moresheIters Jeff: l Sure|v withfoodand з thеvwouId ассommodation gеt pеop|e off thе streets? it bе bettеr providеd if the govеrnment morесhеаp JiIl: But +wouIdn't permanеnt housing.llu.. Youсаndo thisorа||y. lf somеone is arguing or сomplaining too muсhabout youmight somеthing tеII thеmto lеtit go.. |ike as freе аs а bird'whiсh inсludе thесompаrativе struсture as .Iivein а сounсilhousеpаidfor by taхpayеrs. asthеy wou|d in a tеst or еxam.tbothеr to do anything е!sе аboutit. But hе stаyed whеrеhе wаsand thеydidn. Dotheуsound strangе whеn theyаretransIаtеd intoEnglish? сD ..vеry n::*:lн. Ann: And whatаboutunemp|oуment? s сouIdpavpeooIe the govеrnment to staуin еduсation JiIl: WеI|. In faсt..s somеnobody who.wе shouId сongratuIate himl Language notеs Nobodу onIyhasthе mеaning a person of no importаnсе wheп it is usеd withan aгtiс|е or a Word |ike somе or just.s bottom wise a parrot old an owl siсk а сhurсhmousе grеen thеhills dаft (meаns stupid) housеs sale grass smooth Punсh Playthе rесording agаin forstudents to сhесk and сorrесt thеir аnswеrs.Iеt's faсeit. it'sa frustrating situation for mostpеopIe.Jli3ii%"n ilТ::i :. If they'daсtеdbefore the 12-year dеаdIinе' thеy gotthе property wou|d'vе baсk.I knowI mightsound|ikеmy Dad herе.everу onе of us.ю dld. Тim maус|aim that hе'sа nеedy сasе. and. as smooth as a baby. f. * :: :*}f ffl'. Somе аrееasiеr than othеrs! plеasеd snow poor а brush white а bоbу. be pеop|е to еnсourage to |ookforjobsе|sewhеre.you havе _ hе's to admireTim. plаythе rесording agаin. optionaIасtivity Еng|ish hаsmаnуidiomаtiс еXprеssions.z-\ 1o о6|o.::ТJ. bui isan .s bоttоm .but whеn|ауabouts Iikеhim сan own a homеand normaI peop|e hаrd-working сan'tafford a home.ry sаte) as o rаthеr siJlу. but. just beсаusе my own house | workfulI-timе and paу my taХ?| savthrowTim out." .Give studеnts a minutе or twoto study thе mu|tiplе. And. Еnсouragе studеnts to givе rеasons fоrthеiranswеrs.Ж. **. Studеnts сhoosе thеirаnswеrs.y Askstudents to thinkof similar еxprеssions in their lаnguagе. _ and thаt's pеople soсiety еnсourages to takеadvantage of opportunitiеs whathe did.tаffordto buy _ is that my fau|t.s Studеnts rеаdthе dia|oguе and in pairs disсuss whаt go in thеgaps.ten years аfterТim movedin' the сounсil did aсtua||y ordеrhim to |eave. Ionger.@ Look. o. Studеnts сomparе theiranswеrs Witha partnе/s. A сapitaIist уoUсouIdсalITim a sortof businessman.no.. 6 | thinkthe bestthingWouId Jеff: But thаtwou|dbе vеryехpеnsive.'no.'' . tomorrow! 7 :€ r g. Languagе notes Thespеаkеr uses twoеXpressions thatаrеquitесommon in informаl Еng|ish: (|еt. 1 b (it's a frustrating situаtlon fоr mostpеop|е) 2 с (thе сoUnсil madеa rnistаkе) 3 a (Aсаpitа|ist soсiеty еnсourаges to takе реoplе advantаgе of opporturтitiеs . сhесk thеаnswеrs With thе с|аss..12 yeаrs|ate1 he ownsit! If the сounсiI wаsmorеorganisеd. forеxamp|e: just a nobodу.iliШl}ffi. might P|ay thе rесording forthеmto fi|| in thе сorrесt words. Сhесk thеаnswers withthесlаss. Hе. quеstions сhoiсе possib|e аndсonsidеr аnswеrs.r. if thi5is Iega|. Speaking 6u99оsting . @ 0K.аndthаt's whаtl. So instеаd of сritiсising him.s le* t'осeir aссеpt thatit'strue)andletit go (not to do or sаyanymorе аbоut somеthing). Students сomp|еtе thеgapsasthеyIistеn Сhесk theаnswеrs withtheс|ass. that bui|ding сouldnow bе giving a homеto two nееdу famiIiеs. He hasn'tbrokеn any |аws or donеanything wrong simp|у beaten thе system! |t. why don'twе givеup our jobs.H.n.4. P|ау thе rесording onе moretimeif nесеssarY. lf thеy сannot сomp|etе somеof thеsentenсes. P|ay thе rесording agаin.

аnguаgе notrs .SееGrаmmar pagе139..notyoureveryday. tеrnativеs using thеlanguаge in 10.nапd lеt out а _.forЬswе саnпшtohtiоfi .. 1 bеst . l. thеirаnswеrs. яvеdforSunday.. 2 lwish(that)| сou|d hаvе Iivе еnouф monеyto сomfoгtаbIv. :. ' : l l: ' . o.-aints undеr Think аbout.": grеat.. P|ay thеrесording аgаin forstudеnts to сhесk and рairs. working сIothеs i... livеa haщy аnd intеrеsting 4 Students Сheсk thе do thееxеrсisе on theirownor in pаirs.. thеmother l.зrtedonеor more in wishеs.Studеnts askаnd ЗtSWеr in pairs. sBpagesr6-117 Hterrn-up l. . answеrs withtheс|ass. Studеnts сhесk theiranswеrs 3аps. -оrrесt r.'ti. Whаtkindof things did moststudеnts сhoosе? Studying thе sample 5оundbites lщr Housо 17 о7|э. 3 Studеnts do the exеrсisе оn thеirown. ".. " * diяstеrs саusеd by.в Аskstudents to Iistеn to thеsongаndfiIIin the in Plаythe reсording. _ think сonsidеr а сonsidеr b rеаlisе .. Language notes _ wereis oftеn usеdin p|асеof grаntеdthrееwishеs lf I wеre wаsat|er whеn Wе for аrеtaIking aboutimaginarу situations.Possibleaпswers 1 l wish(thafl myfаmi|y аndfriеnds сouldhavеgood hеаlth.r s:Udеnts storiеs in whiсh a сharасtеr to thinkof traditionаl . а routinё b stru. .... rеfеrеnсe _ Тheехpression оll tooеаsilу аll too+ аdjeсtivе mеans thе samеas muсhtoo+ adjесtivе. rеmind thеmto usewould.е.. : . 1.nеdoorto sееthеmoff.gglё rеa|isе_understапd .oftento off.сg аround з:': somеbodу to saygood bye. : aprесious bfйulous " . :1 l ... for еxamplе: her She forgеts homework аll tooot'ten... :l . O" ' l Writinga disсurs..з strugg|е_diffiсult. : . . Askpairs shаrе to thеiridеаs withthес|ass.Givе and themtimеto Ioоk at thеirphotogrаphs ''. Invite themto te|| thе rеst of thе с|аss about theirсhoiсе.Сhесk thеanswers withtheсIass. lf neсessаry.т 1l. thеyshouId trуto suggеst .ve c0mpOSitiOn I wish .Wn аRswers 1 sighing_ to tаkе i. Еnсouragе themto rеfеr :hеsоng whеngiving rеаsons forthеirаnswеrs. PossiЫe'nпs**ii $ optional aсtivitу to writеdownаnyothеrforms theyknowof t Askstudents in thеlistin 4.: . ll.reа||у fаbu|ous . 5 S h i Г t .саusеd 2 aссidеnts bу pёoрlе: . оf two Givе studеnts a mаximum minutes to skimrеаd theсomoosition on thе anddесidе stуIе.lsl€ j eр.rdоУ tеrmwhiсhrеfеrs whiсh bеst-anoIdjashionеd to с|othеs l". Сanthey tеII thеstory i'.co with somеbody -*: stаtion goеs withhеrсhiIdrеn or airport.. 1 . Monitor andmаkе а nоtеof аnyсommon ":istаkes for сorrесtion Iаtеr. . . :rеpаrе thе thеir answers.. Givе students a minute or twoto thinkаbout theiranswеr to thе question.' . ' up. i. Hеre. : . Сhесk with thесIаss. youwhat 2 Askstudents to Iook at thеtit|е thеy think аndtе|| thесomооsition is аbout.h 6 сomfort ! 1 ехtremitу2 hоppilу 5 dit't'еrеntiаtе i7 int er еst ed8 usеI еss з studеnts'o. forеxampIe: i thewords .lЗ Putstudеnts intopаirs аndtеlIthem to read thelyriсs. sh? _ worth prесiоus а |otof mоnеy ". '.}.саusе troub|е or pain _ arrivе r::s а dаtе mееting-p|асе at an arrаngеd _ wait(informal) l.. f еxаmp|е: withtheexprеssion lf lwеrеуou.т+пшto diyussion r. Give :hеmfivеminutеs to to disсuss thе quеstions.: adiяstеrs bассidеnis . З | wish(that) l сou|d }ifе..tо kееpа hoшsе housе-proud сlеаnаnd tidy Voсabulaг1 5 Аskstudеnts thеаnswers to dothеexеrсise in oаirs. сhесkthеаnswеr withthe с|аss.1! studеnts whois A аnd intooairs аndtе|I thеmto dесidе rо is B..'. .ьЬ'iщ . . Point outthatwhеndisсussing :.rl'.

Languаge notеs is not usuaIlу assoсiаtеd withmonеy.саngеtthе |аtеst pairof trainers dеsign _ wou|d |еssons Iikе to p|ay tеnnis bettеr. shouId Monitor theсIass whi|е theydo thisandhе|p withany oueriеs. for еxamp|е: studеnts . аlthough is a сonjunсtion andWеUsеit to introduсе Аlthoughit wаsсold. Тhismеans thаtthеavеragе |еngth of еaсhpаragraph shouId bе bеtwееn 40 аnd 50 words. forеxаmo|е: l Jind it dit'Jiсult to spellsomеЕnglishwords..he beсаmе аddiсted to drugsаnd аlсohol. Сheсk thеanswеrs withtheс|аss..:$"i. Writingyour Gomposition Undоretandingthо tasK tо rеаdthеtаskсаrеfuI|v. mаybе teасh pеop|е othеr d. Аsk .Ьё'.:..il:'7 Find it (diffiсult) Io (do) 7 Studеnts dothееxеrсisе in pаirs oronthеir own. ForexampIе: Although shе wаsvеrуbeаutit'ul.'. Тhеyshou|d not mеntiоn thе pеrsоn's namе.:5 . thrеe or foursentеnсеs about thispеrson usingоlthough anddespite. .j]i1i:]::*ф.bесаusе | lovеp|аying tеnnis . tеnnis bettеr. (|twasсo|d. Не will find it eаsуto surf the Nеtwhеnhе hаsprасtised а little... Writing 11 Remind students thаtthесomposition shоuldbе bеtwееn 200and250words. bеtter pIay еquipment.. wou|d Iikе to tеaсh othеrpеop|е .. for еxamp|е: Whаt а fаbulous dress! preсious саn bе usеdto mеаnеithеrworth а lot of moneу' or as in thе tеxtwhereit simp|ymeans eхtremеlу importаnt. Сheсk thеanswеrs with theсIass.vйish.sеmi-forma| pеrsona| thеmwhаtthе mаinfеaturеs of а sty|е' arе(seе 2). working in pairs.Givethemtwo minutеs to fi|lin as many of thegаps аsthеyсanwithout |ooking at theсomposition. butwе sti|| wеntfora waIk.lor.i мфj*:i.. || usua||y mеansrеаllу fоbulous informа||y.. hеr husbоnd did not lovеher.. Language notеs Pointoutthatwе сan usеthisexprеssion withdiffеrеnt tеnsеs.Studеnts writеtheirсompositions. pеrson..g з. Тhеnаskstudеnts to еxсhаnge theirсompositions withа pаrtnеr.й. + с|ausе. Languagе notes а с|ausе. tо thinkof a famous Iiving Askthеmto writе or dеad.аt thе moment raсket hаvе to bоrrow onе'сan getthetypеl Want . 9 Askstudеnts Planning p|аn points 10 Puta sampIe using thethreе bul|еt on the board withсontributions fromthеwhoIе сIаss. tennis .) despite is а prеposition andwе usеit witha nounor -ingform. baсk Thеy сanthеnfindany phrаses rеmaining in thесomposition. Ask аtthееxamp|е studеnts to lооk саrеfu||y andto makе а note ofthe|anguagе сhanges. еventhough in fоbulous is сonnесtеd withwеaIth in thе сo||oсation Ihe|eхtfаbuloиs greаtand is oftenusеd riсhes. . Тhis wiII prеparе rеmind hоwto notеs.'i. |t mеans aImost thе sаmeasаlthough Stepsto bеtterwriting Еxproээing poraonal oPinions 6 Askstudеnts to do the exerсisе оn thеirown..s and сhесk еасh othеr's work' Theу markаnymistakеs in pеnсiI.minеdo notfit. Askstudents.we went t'orо wаlk. еаsy . Studеnts readoutthеirsеntеnсеs to the сIass andthе othеr guеss students whоthе pеrson is. LhoсYing 12 Askstudеnts to сheсk theirownеssay.:.i*fi*i**i$*Ёii: *ii*. Shеfound it impossible to understоnd Сoсknеу v'lhen shе wаsin London. сD . :1 1f'rпу.11.':. eithеr in с|аss or for homеwork. Dеspitе bеingа mеmber of thenаtionаlteоm.

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if you hеarnothing. and thistheoryis bаsed on а bookof meаsurеments mаde by a Liverpoo| pirateovеr200 year5 ago.*iiiigl onе of thе jobs he did was mеаsurеhow highthe seа сamе up agаinst the waI|аt thе сitу'so|d doсk' He meаsured thе sеа'shеightеverуday for З0 уears. Тheу wi|lprobably nееd to |ook up thе words in thеir diсtionаriеs. His findings show that the еffeсts of gIoba| warmingсausеdbу industriaI gasesmaу be worsethan wе prеvious|у thought.livе|y andfuII of aсtion fаstаndfurioиs . Сhесk thеаnswеrs withthес|аss. tоke t'urious nеws fаst no bisсuit Аskthemwhаt theidioms mеаn. t optionаl асtivity Writе thеwords bе|ow on thе boаrdin twoсoIumns.s prediсted that theу wiIIrisеby at |еast probably 50 сеntimеtres. Сheсk theanswers with thес|ass. 7 oq|ъa Аskstudеnts to rеadthе instruсtions. Тhе mеаsurеments Wеrеmаdе bу a СаptainHutсhinson in the Iаte 1700s. |t WаsonIу in thе midd|еof thе 1gth сеnturythat the troublereа||y bеgan. . ф @@D Sсiеntists hаvесonс|uded thаtthе seasаroundBritain аre rising at an а|arming rаtе.|f thеу dо not know. Те|l studеnts thatyouаrеgoing to playthe rесording twiсe. Сhесk thеаnswеrs withthес|аss.Hе'snow remеmbеrеd as onе of thе сity'shistoriсаI hеroеs. tеlIthеmit is а mаpof Britain.|slands suсh as Britаinhavеa lot to be worriеdabout.In thе 20th сenturу. it got worsе whеn seа |еvеls rosebу 10 to 25 сеntimetrеs. о. wе havеthe firstset of rесords ever mаdе of this. Monitor andhе|p withvoсаbulary whеre nесеssаry. He lаterbесаmea pirateсаptаin_ and nobodуquitе undеrstands why!Тhе troubIe was. Hutсhinson's mеаsurements showеdthat thеrеwаs hard|у any сhange in seа |evels duringthat timе.whаt аre we goingto do about it? Languagе notes Тheidiomis there hasа simiIаr mеаning t'orthеаsking to is thеre for thе taking. Studеnts disсuss thе question.mudat thе sides mudbоnk of аn еstuary whiсhis сovеrеd аt hightidе silt_ finеmudor с|ay or in thisсasеmеtal at the bottom of а rivеrbеd . @ . putthе hеadings Studеnts in thе сorrесt ordеr. аnd thаnksto him.re|igious m a n. P|ay thе rесording.an arеaof frеsh Norfolk Broаds watеr сanа|s аnd rivеrs in the south еast of Eng|аnd.(|t) tаkеs thebisсuit is еxtrеmе|y аmusing.. it's сertainthat some arеasof |аndwi||bе floodеdаnd bесomepаrtof the sea. it. ТеlI thеmto |ook at thе mаp. Askthеmto share theirideas withthес|ass. Whenthе seа |eveI rises. NеХtсentury. (lt) . Studеnts makеnotes undеr еасh hеading. Тhe meаsurеmеnts madе by thе pirateсаptаinhаvеgivenus morе information aboutthеsedаngеrs. Ask students to сombinе onеwordfromеaсh сo|umn tо makе thrее morеidioms. Hutсhinson was born in 1715аnd startеdhis working|ifеаs a сommon sai|or. in fасt.i*. аnd bесamеthе mаsterof the doсk аt Liverpoo|. Sсiеntists' сonс|usion Саptаin Hutсhinson's саrееr Саptain Hutсhinson's sеtоf rесords Prеdlсtions аboutfuturе sеаlеvеIs P|aу thеreсording аgаin. Speaking Expгоssing aPProval and diвapproval 8 Аskstudеnts to dothеeхеrсisе in pаirs. еtс. no nеws is goodnеws youсаn аssumе thаtа|lis Wе|l Сhесk theanswers withthес|аss. Lаnguagе notes .ldioms 5 Studеnts wоrkin pаirs аnd mаtсh thеidioms withthеir mеаnings. surprising. Givеthеm timеto readthе notеs аround it.tаt аIIthе kind of mаn who shou|dhаvеbееn a pirate.hе wаs.a politе. beсausе the po|ariсе саpswi|Imelt. Еvеntual|у hе gaveup beinga piratе. whiсh at thаt timе Wasa Veryimportаntport indeеd. lf thеуarеhaving prob|еms kееping Up.Thе quеstionis. i: fl A noшэ report 6 Studеnts workin pairs.pausе thе rесording forа fеwsесonds paragrаphs.wеaring еrosion аwayof roсksby wаtеr' аir or sand . аnnoуing. "t i. bеtwееn Studеnts сomparе thеirnotеs witha partner's.hе wasn.

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jobуouore to thе уourСVspесiJiс i t ф.Ф: ф**$]ф."d' .пe.:. . forеxamp|е.*. I **. Аskstudents to hе|p I I I I filler! ...Г" I I t I I I Сhесk thе answеrs with Stepsto bеtterwriting Pгopoaitionalphrаsos 5 Аskstudents to workin pairs. Among othеrсorrеspondеnсe. l 3 я I I I I I I aсtivity i optionaI t i теlI studеnts to matсh thеbеginnings аndеndings of theseff sеntеnсes tо findout whyа сovеring |еttеr is so important: lt mаkes lt shows skills. for еxamp|е: reаding sсienсе just not rеоding..o*. thеnaskthеmto сompаrе thеiranswеrs witha partnеr..'i'.tе|I thеmto mаkеthе interеsts spесifiс.:.iесt wiIIprobab|y rесeivе manуIеtters of аppliсation.---''$ "*::r:уI::'". Сheсk thе answеrs withthес|аss.l LheсYing for errors 6 Givеstudеnts fivеminutеs to сhесk thе |ettеr on thеirown.i.1пе. notjustdetаils on а СV.. I I t isfinеаsit is. te|lstudеnts thаtthеyshou|d mеntion vo|untary aswe|I as paidwork..itь*'o.ii wr:it1ng..::']..'.tor point З..:'.u*o*'*". Students rеwritе thе |еtter. .. Adriаn hasoеen he|pfuI bysaуing exaсtIy whаthis lеttеr is aboutаt thе bеginning.'.. Monitor thес|аss asthеy work. to сheсk anyanswers thеyаrеunsurе about.llс |с|. in thеirvеrsions of thе Iettеr.disсuss thе points аs а с|ass beforе studеnts writеtheir|еttеr.i Ithelps .'-". or mis.**. $ thеbest i Pointoutthаtit is аlways a goodideаwhеnwriting a |еttеr to thinkof theсontеxt in whiсhit wi|| bе rесeived.l.""""you j. Tе|l thеmto bе imaginаtivе as thеywiIlprobаb|y nееdto invеnt reаsons for wanting thеjob andthе nесеssаrу skil|s andехperiеnсе. Forpoint4.. mеntion sесretary of a sсhooI сIubor soсiеty). hеlping withanу ouеstions.'. . prеfесt.1. аskthеmwhatkindof responsibiIitiеs theyсouId (forеxamp|е...шri'. forwаrd Jorwаrd. Writingyour appliсation Undоrstanding tho tasK 7 Studеnts workindividua||y to plаnаndwrite thеirсVs. if monolinguaI diсtionariеs areаvai|аb|е. Studеnts сanwritеthеir|еttеrs in сIass or for homework.Jettе'r.Сheсk thе answеrs withthесIаss.[ сl o.l. if theexprеssion look to is not under thеy may find it undеr /ook.ц. |t mаkes yourСVspесfiс to thеjob youarе..'. * Quiсk t дsk studеnts if thеy think Аdrian i hasorganisеd hislеtter in i way.writing thеreоdеr seeуou as a reаlpеrson.-**..writing |tshows ski|ls.'..i.. Studеnts mаkе notes on thе points to be сovеrеd.$qяiФ+!!]у}$:e]b:.o*. |f youfеelstudеnts mауneеdhеlpwiththis.. ..applуiщ Тor I I }. transparеnсу.butthе lеttеr U L |U I L бt|v |||6 I|| J ILoJvll) |v| vYoIILlIIБ t||с JUU' U ut l.. Dothisby writing thе сorrесt vеrsion of the |ettеr on thе board or аn overhеad youаs уouwritе. Te|| thеmto do theехеrсisе andthеn....сorrесtеd.ust. I @ LhoсYing 9 Studеnts сorrесt thеirown letters аnd СVsusing thе сhесk list.o*. Jiсtion' \tlгiting a covoсing |o||er 8 Аskstudеnts to rеаdthejob advеrtisеmеnt. Rеmind thеmto Iook at theirаnswеrs. Thеy wilIwаnt to dесidе quiсk|y whiсh appIiсants аrethе bеst.l.s... rеadеr sее asa reаl not щrsоn.'.. I l I I I I I l I I I I I 4 Students do thееxеrсise on theirown.НnT: you hаvеIettеr. . уou hаvеlettеr...qiф*4Фi|\ Ir I Students сorrесt anу mistаkеs thеymissеd. HесouId hаvе talkеd аbout hisqualifiсatiоns giving bеfore his rеasons forwаnting thejob.. Forpoint 5.. the Pro. Rеmind thеmthatthеy mayhavе to Iook аt thеentry for morethanonewordto findwhаtthеywаnt.

Ё... Dividе studеnts groUps of fouror fivе. pagelЗ0 Word foсus SB o.:l'..'. 6 Hе hadgot|ost have lеftthеjееp.'l. З Hеsaidhеwas|уing in a bush.t.l.. thrее 5 Stevе еxp|аinеd thаthе hаdp|аnnеd to spеnd wееks a еxploring.? :..:i:'.ц: optional aсtivity Putthеstudеnts intogroups of fourаndaskthеmto ].:l.:l .raэ iшen\ boгnin Dublin in t$5to r. ?уgmаIion ura6 Writtan in qLЭ..:.: ПвytsIt}lfr*иlЕE*щ! l-... thеmto usеintonаtion weIl.'....1.. Thеnask whiсh arеtуpiсaI of a |еttеr .+orge аndlite. Heшasаlsoa groaI :ссiаlis.].Ё]l]l.l Whаt wou|d do anything? уoudo if youсou|d |f I hаd|ong hair..dlli.l. .hаvе t еnсlоj... |ivе IwouId kееp a pet.!кel:fо. Jo wishеs |f I didn't in a flat..-Y*. Higgins) niсеly Нenrу.up -l prасtisе thеnаmеof thе rеаding аskthеstudents sсаn .t.' r S! lёt.гar1 Оernard шas аn lriьhdramatist flhа'д ... oП dесidе on....|\4onitor аnd hе|p with thеdisсussions voсаbu|ary if nесеssarу.аw laftpublin in |81|Ф to goto London ......lаbout 2up 3in 4 round 5 off 7 'l wornoff 2 settled in 3 brought abоut 4 сamе round 5 wokеn up 8 1fantastiс 2 inсrеdib|е 3 amazing 4 wondеrfuI 5 drеadfuI6 disturbing @ ..аpplуi*lg].*tn.:lAs.... | wishI werе/ wasa famous tеnnis givе youa |ift...or yougivethеm.1. -..wou1 vеryй. . Higgins.. еaсh reаding thеir own Еnсouragе l.iЬ. --эп + nаmе or Dеа Dеar[4:l. MrsHiggins..']]. t look {orwafdil.l.. part.t7 had 8 would 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 .Мjlll.оr.ll. 1 read Givе thеmp|enty Studеnts thесomp|ete еXtraсt.L... 4 Stеve |\4itсhеlI sаidhе hadbееnvеryIuсky.l '.tтi:'iu}iliutlйlйllVitai.. Yours sinсеrеlу or fаithfulIу... dеhуdratеd.. NiсkandAmywishthеir friеnds wouldn't taIk so muсh.].f.'. andсomplеtе|y 2 A rеsсuе whothеywerе workеr saidStеvе didn'trеaIisе аt first. АI|ow а mаximum of tеn minutеs. Piсkеring). exаmplе: thatsаidа сеrtаin мhosаid .. I аm intеrеstеd аdvеrtisеd in in thеjob оf .:лti. Studеnts аnddесidе thеnworkin oairs thеstatеmеnts arеtruеоr fa|sе. anddrama...:.:.аraсtеr tor Iinе.'.:l 1о1 Madаrn.i1.еm to сonstrUсt whiсh fora |еttеr of аpp|iсation a framеwork bе adаоtеd to diffеrеnt situations..:..аsеs of appIiсаtion.on hаnded ovеr givеup tаking up Rеading for pIеasure pagе 1З1 фgmаliol? SB l{аrm.1.Vеrу (N4rs put indеed.. andknewhе shouIdn't protесtеd аrеas 2 wi|d 3 еndаngеrеd 4 сonsеrvation disastеrs 5 wi|dIife6 naturаI ь'Phrasal verbs 6.'. do morе shеhada nеwсomputеr.tolifi ё3fiЁ€ll{ioф.liмt.l.l.. Simon wi|| if youaskhim..a сhаraсtеr еaсh(Liza.i.. | сou|d withit.i]]..lltошl wiil'liiв.yqй. 5'l сгitiс. p|аyеr.t Extension ь Phгasal vorbs 31f 2с 3b 4 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 4е 5d 6a 7g is taking on / tookon сarry out sentin kееp..'....'.h qL5 ho wasашагdod Hgdiodin q50.. пьоlfaI Iho9rtIiьhMuьaum b1 аndьiaгtоd hiь liiaгaq сaroer Fii1ing pub\iс and ьpoaYeс musi.€ * .Ё:. to еХpress thеparts ]а:nd]]. buthisjееphаdbrokеn downаftеr fеwdауs.. for Litaгatuгe.sоrl{.-dеnts сanсontinuе in oаirs.. togеthеr out loud.'.1....r€. theаnswеrs withthе Сhесk с|ass.:' NobоlDriъe Stеvе sаidhеfe|t frightеnеd aIonе.:]i'l:]. Ф'':].. thе еXtraсt Theу thеnreаd llа:ndl..l. gamеs | wiII Vеry Upsеt if mу win thеir bе tеamdon..1...]ll.ll.. quеstions into аndthinkabout thеirrеsponsеs... d му rеa..r was цrhgгa ha livgd untilhо v.. Bunning out of time 1 1 idу||iс2 aсquiring3 dozed on 6 utopiа 4 hust|e andbust|е 5 p|аy ъ'4onfusing шords 2 1 fаsсinated 2 ambition 3 аppIiсation 4 suссеssful5 еxpandеd 6 еssеntiа| 7 еndup with 8 appa||ing 9 rесommеnd Lеt's reviseUnits 9 and 10 SB pages 1з2_1зЗ Grammar 11с 2t 3а 4d 5b 6е 1 сou|d 2 сouId З hаd 4 wouldn't 5 would visit stаrt 6 wouIdn.rhого hо oduсaIod :-. Talkingaboutyour country givеthemtimeto rеadthе Bеforе studеnts do thееxеrсisе..]t.ц studеnts |еttеr andfindalIthе to Iook at Аdrian's again :. Groups shаrе thеiridеаs in с|аss. if of timеto do this...


yourself Disсover raсteristiсs Cha сrossword Тhеwrongorder You arе the judges praсtiсe Listening 1 Foodand hеalthсrossword You arе whatyou eat The rightperson for the job The shapeof the future praсtiсe Listening 2 parents Ambitious peoplе Popular BodyIanguage Amеriсanсrossword praсtiсe Listening 3 A growing сity Еvеryday objесts Тaking a big risk Getting into shape praсtiсe Listеning 4 Animalproteсtion projeсt A redevelopment Kеeping students Lifestylе сhoiсes praсtiсе Listening 5

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arе you?Ask and answеr Whаtsortof pеrson quеstions B aboutwhatyou woulddo with Studеnt Thinkaboutyour partnеr,s below. in the situations from thе suitable adjесtives аnd сhoosе answers them. list to dеsсribе

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Ехаmplе B: Wltвtdо уtзuda whепа friеnd is upsеt? thеmta fееl bеttеr' А: J rry*it/оr 8; Уошdоrl,t find *ut tмllаttfuе рrоblеm is,Saу0u,r€ n*t vеrуsеfisiljye' Whatdo you do in thеsеsituations? is upsеt. 1 A friеnd of friends. outwitha biggroup 2 You're p|ans minute. сhangе at thе |ast 3 Yourho|iday ТV, thе watсh |ivе sports on but Want to 4 You pеrson you'rе to watсh a film. withwants you for him Iiе asks to tеI| a / hеr. 5 А friend shop|ifting. 6 Yousееsomеone witha probIem. friend neеds 7 A уourheIp . . . . . . shу. сa r еfuI j еa |o us. сhееr fuI . honеst emotiona|. motivаtеd. flеxib|е . сreativе . impatient . stubborn positive soсiаbIе. sеnsitive. |azу . responsib|е . helpfuI . genеrous . to|еrant reliab|e

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* Matriхlntеrmеdiate @oхfoгdUnivеrsityPтеss t!!@lЕlfl . Ask Student .Prepаre a thе material Analyse presentation on what is beingdonеto proteсt yourarguments A. Thenanswеr Present B's quеstions. Prеparе Analyse the mаtеrialprеsentеd a presentation on why wolves аre endangered. Ask Student 1 What саnyouseеin thе piсturе? 2 Whathasbeеndonеto proteсt thеwo|ves? in Iifesty|е thrеatеn wo|fhabitats? 3 What сhangеs protесt to 4 Whуis it important animals Iikе woIvеs? animals neеdprotесtion Iikе 5 Whiсh othеr this? @ ш. Student answer whv? Exponsion in skiing threqlens wolves IШore sheepkilled by wolves Illеgal huntеrs thrеaten wolf population maintain Wolvеs natural balanсе Wolvеs and forеsts wеrе protесtеdоffrсially in 1998 Part2 B thesеquеstions. A's questions. yourargument to Studеnt B. Тhen Presеnt to Studеnt wolvеs.l Whеre Iivе? do woIves thrеatenеd? 2 Whyarеwo|fnumbеrs disIikе thеwoIvеs? 3 Whydo farmеrs in sеeing? rarеanimа|s arеyouintеrеstеd 4 Whiсh thаn morеimportant 5 ls humаnprogrеss protесti ngthesе аni maIs? Part 2 presented below. Student StudentB Part 1 A thеsеquеstions.Animal proteсtionin Еurope StudentA Part 1 below.

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"'' lntermеdiatе(! New|\4atrix . Ask Studеnt Lookat photo2 with Studеnt questions.l Whаt сanyoUsееin thе photogrаph? pеop|е fее|? 2 Howdo thеsе fr o m travе |l ing timеdo уouspе nd 3 Howm uсh homе to sсhooI? formof transport? 4 What is Уour favouritе yn t hеir putsuсha highprio rito 5 Whyd о p е o p|е work? StudentB Part 1 A A. thеse 1 What сanyousееin thе photograph? thisсo st ? а hoIiday Iikе 2 Howm u сh w o uId а|onе оr in а |аrgе to travе| 3 Wou|d уouprеfеr group? Whу? pеop|е? trаvе| |ikе thisbеnefit 4 Howdoеs sсhooI aftеr 5 |sit a goodidеаto gеta job straight Whуnot? Whу? or сo||еgе? Part 2 A's Studеnt A. Part2 B B.Lifestyle сhoiсes StudentA Part 1 B's B. Answer Studеnt Lookat photo1 with Student questions. thеse . Photo2 Э oхfoтd UnivетsityP. Answеr Lookat photo2 with Student quеstions. Ask Studеnt Lookat photo1 with Studеnt questions.

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if yougoin there саlmаndсonfidеnt. You arе whаt you eat Тim е: 1 5t o 2 0 m inut es Bookpagеs 30_З.. с@) youpass PIеase takе thefirst turning on thelеftaftеr thе|аkе.1l.. i . .::...'t f 4. studеnts to еxp|аin fromthе refеrring to informаtion theyremember rесording. disсuss arerequired .:. Students Page 95 Unit 4 Work for the job Тhe rightperson Тim е: 1 5t o 2 0 m inut es Bookpages 4243 Studеnt. Тheythеndisсuss thе strеngths andweaknesses of anddесidе whoto hire. I've Girl: I know it shouId bеa|lright. queriеs thеymayhave.: .i :Ц::.Students do task4 individually. done..Studеnts Listеning do task3 ind ivid u ally. do muсhbеttеr. Studеnts idеntifу whiсh piсture thеуarе taIking aboutin the reсording. you'Il feеIing bit.l::.i:. Studеnts аnd сheсk their сomparе сrosswords answers. Те|| themthеуarеgoing to takeit in turns desсribing questions.you'|| Boy:Yourea||y mustn't about bеfinе. P|ay again..i!:ii..justаftеr thеwееkend samе nеI.l.4. gotto trуandrе|ax what butyou've Boy:I know a уoumеan.tl*. Students the words to сompIete askfor and expIain Monitor to makеsurеthatthеyare thе сrossword.' . . Givееaсhstudеnt a сopyof thеworkshееt.. . . .s сopy..l Student's . P|ayListеningpraсtiсе..s .3... Girl:Yes.:'. сМ) wе||? Boy:Didyous|ееp wаking up. good. Putstudеnts intopairs. worry it .I stаrted to. Askstudents to rеаdthе instruсtions andanswer anу quеriеs Тeaсh thе сrossword terms thеymayhave. . Youаrеnowаpprоaсhing ontothе8З245. . .butmydаdwаntеd to seesomе stupid programmе about thеhistory of сinemа sowe hаdto switсh ovеr. thewords аnd notjusttе||ing their exp|aining partner thеwords. Givееaсhstudent a сopyof theworkshеet. Boy:|twаsrеa||y butthеrе's a rеpeat on Fridау.. сhan .thinking Gir|:No'I kеpt аbout thеsе еxаms аgain .:. Putstudеnts intopairs. andаnswеring thеirpartnеr's thephotos . People с@) Hаrmаn lastnight? Boy:Didyouwаtсh Girl: No.:i. isn't thеrе? p|аy.tl.lg*$: .3.. Putstudents intopairs.2. Putstudents intopairs. .li. Givе the photo..s .:: . P|еasе turnright justbеforе is on thеright-hаnd side Your dеstination the roundabout.. butI kееp whаtif therе's a quеstion thinking about something I hаvеn't whatif | сan.. I thinkit'son at ]0. .. themnotto Iookat еасh othеr. PIay praсtiсе 1. Giveeaсhstudеnt a сopyof a photograph 1 or 2 withquеstions. P|ay praсtiсe 1.t.1. Students А start by dеsсribing the photo andasking B'squestions.':i. thеiranswеrs сomparе о"..and ask students thе reсording to in pairs. Disсuss in с|ass' Askonеor two theanswеrs togеther whythеусhosе the piсturе.. studеnts А and B their Give Tе|l haIfof the сrossword... nсrossanddownif neсеssarу. Listening Page 93 Unit 3 Hеalth Foodand heаlthсrossword 1 0t o 1 5 m inut es Тim e: Bookpages 30_31 Studеnt.1. *. identify thе сorrесt . thеmtimеto thinkabout .{. .. . .t remembеr things.. a T junсtion. Studеnts piсture. Page 94 Unit 3 i:.": ':. Те|l to read the instruсtions studеnts andthеjob desсription andсandidatеs' detаiIs andаnswer аny .t. Studеnts whatskiIIs forthejob..:.ii':i.. Сhесkthе answеrs togеthеr. P|ay the reсording again' so thеyсanсhесk their ansWеrs. . theсandidatеs (a .в. . donеa |otof work.

саr's so | сan'tdrop him round.. Gir l: I don.vе _ you wаntеd? right? Iist whаtwas it MiIkand brеаd. lt. Listening Page 97 Listeningpractice 2 с@) Man: gonеand lostthe Hi Suе_ l аm аt thе shop but |. morе. Givestudents of thеworkshееt. thеndo n'tw o r rу . quеstions Short multiple.ho|don а sес. Таkеа Votе Werе to findout whiсhtwo invеntions their mostpopuIаr studеnts to report аndеnсourage rеasons forсhoosing thеm. if yo u сan't. students fromthe rеfеrring to information theуremember rесording. Disсuss Askonеor two togethеr in с|аss.. Te|| students to rеad the instruсtions andthe information on the page аndanswеr anyquestions thеymayhаvе..star r ing got it on tаpеanу MаrtinLаwrеnсе. Studеnts idеntify whiсhpiсturе theyarеtaIking about in thе rесording.don'tWorry. Еnсourаgе thеmto giverеаsons wanting thеirсhoiсеs.. сEE@) you tе||mе if you'vegoIBаd Boуs Man: 2 Hi. P|ay praсtiсe Listеning 2.еr .thаt's whаt I wanted.. thе window? lt'sjustthеrеon thе lеft. P|ay so thеyсаnсhесk their therесording agаin' ansWеrs. my goingin for а sеrviсе. Studеnts piсturе. Wе'Vе Man: Тhаt's finе... And Woman: Yеs.shе'sgotfair hаir. sе еvоu i n a mi n ut е ..sovеrthеrе.I do n'tthinkso . Gir l: Тhе onе with g|аssеs? Boy: No .4.and that.s two саrtons of miIk.. H еr ew е аr е. . aboutЕd СharIotte here.1.trеmеmbеr. .shе.mjustсаlIing сo ming o vеrto mo r r o w . @) Answеrphonе: Mеssagе . the answers the to еxpIain whytheусhose piсturе.I'II knowwho'sin it? M an: W ilI Smith and.Sсienсеand teсhnology Whatwill you need? Т i mе: 1 0t o 1 5 m inut еs Bookpages 4445 Studеnt's . identify thе сorrесt . сouId just |оokit up _ do you Shopassistant: Yeah. M an: 0K . . Man: 0K. аndаskstudents to сompаrе thеirаnswers in pаirs...Studеnts do tаsk4 individua lly.. P|ay praсtiсe 2. сopiеs . P|ay praсtiсe Listеning 2. . optionalaсtivity Askstudеnts to invent аnother deviсе thаtthеvthink wiIlbе usеfuI in thefuture. W o man: Hi thеrе. аnd I waswondеring if you сou|dbring . Give students Тhеvсаn Iook haIfof thеworksheеt. Listening ..2Зp.сhoiсе . any fruitWil|do . Sho passistant: W i|| smithand Yeah. Reаd thе instruсtions for task1 togethеr and сheсk whattheуhаve to do..2. it doesn't mattеr сomingroundthis you'|| probab|y еvening rесоgnisе hеr. thе thingis. P|ay praсtiсe 2. P|аy thе rесording agаin. ..Сouldyou givеmе a ringand wе саn tаIk аboutit? Byе.Students do task3 individua llv.I. Тhanks.by thе wаy. r u no u t о f a p p l е s . at eaсhother's сopy.er .. . studеnts undеrstand .s Boy: Anуwаy.banаnаs finе.hе саn сomеovеrfor Dаvеovеrhеrеinstеаd I unсh if yо u I ikе. .shouldеr-|ength. .3.looking onеwith blaсkhаir ? Boy: No. Studеnts thеywi|| disсuss whiсh of thе inventions for nеeding or neеd. Wе haven't justgotthе DVD. l'||gеt Riсhаrd to bringEd ovеron thе wаyto work.. you sееthе Bond postеr shop assistаnt: by 0K..m. .. .. aI2. I think. . thenwе nееdsomеapplеs. Page96 Unit 4 @) _ shеwаsаt that justhadа phonе Boy:|'vе сaII from Anniе pаrty |аst weеk.. Girl:Whiсh onеWas shе? Was shеthatstrangе.' rесеived today'. Putstudеnts A and B their intopairs. s h а || l g oa n d Маn: |t |ooks Ii ket hе y'vе see if they'vegot anу mоre? wou|dbе Woman: No.

s astonishing sеrving rеаlly it I know in reаl|ifе_| mean hаrd shеhitsthеbaI| you seeit. . '15 to 20 minutes Time: exсiting too.Wеsaw beforе they аn inсredib|е quеstions. Whеnstudеnts havefinishеd tе|I thеmthеyare now going theirpartnеrs aboutwhythеyare to interviеw thе notes doneusing for famous andwhattheyhave quеstions Monitor to makе surеthe in part. _ andshе's whiсh wаsfantastiс. mесhaniсs. . Studеnts thе piсturе and asking A startby dеsсribing and сlаpреd andсheеrеd on_ еverybody shесamе B'squеstions. Givееaсhstudent а сopyof a yeаr . Putstudеnts A and B thеir studеnts intopairs. othеr's any andanswеr to readthе instruсtions Аskstudents tеrms quеries thе сrossword Теасh theymayhavе. instruсtions Rеad the going аre thespеаkеrs by аsking Whаt undеrstanding going to аre How mаnу spеokеrs obout? to tаlk уou аrе thеуgoingto tolk hеаr?Howm0nуsportsеvеnts аbout? praсtiсe 3 onсе. in ro|e. Givееасhstudent p|аy. l Went to Was sсhoo| pits in thе We Were bесause thiswasbri||iаnt Jасk's Page 100 Unit 6 аndthеу foroneof thеbigoi|сompaniеs dаdworks PеopIe in themidd|е soWеWеrе oneof thеtеams. thеmtimeto thinkabout _ it wasreа|ly whеn exсiting forthеbiggamе waiting . Whеnstudents havefinishеd. Те|| to tаkеit in turns dеsсribing thеmtheуаregoing player. 1: Wеwеnt theothеr Spеakеr | beсausе timеI'vе bееn.Page 98 Unit 5 FamilyIife parents Ambitious . thе instruсtions them roIеs and . sponsor _ Wеgotto meеt thеdrivеrs. writedetai|s . Students aboutthеmsеlves.. to сomp|еtе the words askfor and eхpIain Studеnts try tо do thаtwhatthеyshou|d Stress the сrossword. Give the piсturе. arеspеaking interviewees . just saythе British not thewords. сopy. pIaу.we manаgеd to gеttiсkеts 2: I sаwherplay|аst Speakеr piсture 1 or 2 withquеstions. ro|е thе starts .. Putstudents milIionth of a sесond |inе аbout а сrossеd thе intopаirs. Askthе studеnts Тhestudеnt to reаdthe instruсtions. andthе of everything Bodylanguage the еvent evеryone and thе еnginееrs. anywаy easily.snotthеfirst thе a lotwhеnl wаsа kidbeсausе usеd to goquitе but nеar onеof thесirсuits. sее а (@ @ . pаrt ro|e for 1 of the thе instruсtions . tо sеehow we|l. a сharасtеr haveto invent .. playing speaks first. Еxplain thatthеy anyquеries answer forthemseIvеs.finаls.l5 Time: 10to minutеs 56_57 Bookpagеs Student's . Тe|| of partonе. G_3.. hisdad_ it. it |ooks Iooks faston ТV. their and сhесk сrosswords сompare Studеnts ansWеrs. PlayListening byJасk and wеwеre invited wееk. сame on. . is to exp|аin thatthey to mаkе sure Monitor еquiva|ent.. askthеmto swap give for part2. thеirpаrtner's аndanswering the piсtures Wаs matсhеs butI thinkеVeryonе of other a сoup|е . Putstudents a сopуof intopairs. Еng|ish just their te|ling thewords and not arееxp|aining pаrtner thewords. aska fewstudents to whattheyhavefoundout abouttheir tеIlthе сlаss pаrtner. Page 99 Unit 5 Personaldata Whyam I famous? Тimе15to 20 minutes 56-57 bookpagеs Student's . Give ha|fof thеworksheet. Page 102 Listeningpracticе 3 Matсhing of theworkshеet. Studеnts youсould theсrowd's tе|l shеwаsdefinitе|y _ was sеtquitе еasi|y Shеwonthеfirst favouritе. сopiеs Givestudents Сheсk thestudеnts' togеther. асrossanddownif nесеssary.butwhen асtua||y _ .and themto reаdthе instruсtions theymayhavе. to thesemi. аndit. shеwonquitе evеn fastеr to matсh. Аskthе students Studеnt А to rеadthe instruсtions. butit wаsgrеat a с|аssiс ЬЗ so it Wаsn't rеа| сhampion. thе parеnt Page 101 Unit 6 and tourism Travelling AmeriсanЕnglishсrossword 15to 20 minutes Тime: 74_75 Bookpages Studеnt's A and B their intopairs. Whеnthеyhаvеfinishеd part1..thеguywhowonmanagеd wasrеally 68_69 Bookpagеs Studеnt's |ap and сornеr of thе|ast оn thevеry|ast to ovеrtakе аhеad. Givеstudеnts Putstudents Te|| thеmnotto Iookаt eасh hаlfof thе сrossword.

to go wantеd аnd AIiсеrеа||у 3: It wаsfun for а сhangе' Spеaker tеаm,but thе tiсkеts hеrfavouritе thеy'rе bесausе _ l don,trеа||y knowhow expеnsivе wеrеinсrеdib|y on top of wееk, аnd to еvеrу afford thе fansсan 8o аnd sсаrvеs аnd thе thе shirts thаtthеy hаvеto buy _ Vеry Was the hatsаnd so on but thе stadium Wе gotа goa| and it wаsa grеatmatсh. impressivе... h a I fo nе o f thеir , n d i n t h еs е с o n d i n t hе firs th а |fа so thеуwеrе wassentoff for а badtaсkIе' strikers t h е yg otаn dow nt о t е n m е n ...b u ts o m е h o w to bе a I i k еi t wа sg o ing аrn d t h е ni t l o o k е d е qu а| i s е t i mе,Саr r еr o minutе of injurу butin thеIаst dr aw , , i n t ot h е n е tf r o ma сo r nеrаnd gota bri I l i a nh tеadеr it wаsа|l ovеr. thеrе_ wе wеrеin a staying aсtuа||y 4: Wеwеrеn't Spеаkеr but drivеаway, rеsort аboutаn hour's muсhsma||еr Wаson, and Wе'dhеardthе еVеnt wе wenta|ong. t ' sn o tt h е s o r to f thing |i v i n g i n Е n g |а n id obvi ou s |у to gеta manаgеd Wе Vеrу оftеn... to sее уoU8еt and goodp|асе abouthа|fwаydownthе slopе, rеa||у W е 5аW a f a s t ... a с t u a | |у i n с rе d i b |y t h е yса m еd o wn it diffiсuIt, Wеre Vеry сonditions bесаusе bad сrаsh, WаsVеryiсу,and thеrеhadn'tbeеnаny nеWsnow, r o undthе g o ti n t оt ro u b I е сoming аn d t h i sА u s t r i a n o v е rа n d thеnсamе еn d f е I I Iost h i s b а |а n сa сor n е r, for us аnd rightintothe safеty strаight heading , u t h e ' dh u r th is knеe nе t t i n g ... H е wа sa ||r i g h t b аnd thеy had to sеndа tеаmto tаkе him off thе for X-rаys. mountаin аnd off to thе hоspitaI if wе сan- it's еvеrуyеаr 5: Wеgo to thе |ntеrnаtiona| Spеakеr aIwаys а |ovеIy and thеre's сoUr5е, a fаntаstiс Iikе... It must thе weathеr's whatеver аtmosphеrе and in thе wor|d, сoursеs bе onе of thе mostdiffiсuIt that wh е nу o us е еt h e fеnсеs t h е mo s td а n g е r o u s ... q u i t еs с а ryаnd , tо think t hе yh a v еt o j u m p i t ' srе a I l y or thirtyof thеm aIl going thеrеаrе maybеtwеnty саn things ovе rаt t h е s а m еt i m е ,i t ' sn о ts u rp ri s i ng yеar, horsе my this anу monеy I didn1win 80 Wrong. and but it wasstillа grеаtraсе, fе|| at thе firstfеnсе, thisуеarwasthаt nonеof thе one of thе goodthings thе саsе. ridеrs wеrеhurt.whiсhisn'tаIwaYs

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Page104 Unit 7 Shopping and serviсеs
Evеryday objесts Тim е1 5t o 2 0 m inut еs BB Studеnt's Bookpagе . Putstudеnts intоpаirs. . Givе A or B Studеnt a сopуof еithеr еасhstudеnt i nstruсtions. aсtiVity . In pairs andask rеad thеirowninformation studеnts quеstions hаs. thеirpartnеr thе informаtion about . Studеnt А starts.

Page105 Unit 8 Nature
Taking a big risk Тim е: ] 5 t o 2 0 m inut еs Studеnt's Bookpagеs 94_95

. PUtstudеnts A and B thеir studеnts intopairs. Givе at eaсhothеr's ТеII thеmnotto Iook ha|f оf thеtеxt. сopy. . Те|| аnу andanswеr to rеad thе instruсtions students first do the quеstiоns nесеssary may havе. If thеy B as forstudent quеstiоn A andthеfirst forstudent an opеnсlаss aсtivitу. . Givе of thеtехt thеirhа|f to rеad 2 minutеs studеnts . Studеnts quеstions the to сomp|еtе аnd answеr ask arеforming to сhесk thatthеstudеnts tеxt. Monitor quеstions сorrесt|y. thе optionalасtivity the havе finishеd, askthеmto rеad Whеn studеnts perstudеnt. оnesеntenсе сomp|еtеd tеxtout loud,

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Getting intoshapе Тim е: 1 5t o 2 0 m inut еs 96-97 Studеnt's Bookpagеs

Page103 Unit 7 and tourism Тravelling
сity A growing Тim е: 15t o 2 0 minutе s B2-B3 Bookpagеs Studеnt's . Putstudеnts thеmеaсha сopyof Givе intopairs. а| nd matе r ia A or B stimuIus t h eS tudе nt еit hеr qUеstio nS. . Аskstudеnts thе andstudy thе instruсtions to rеad information.

. Putstudents a сopyof еaсhstUdеnt intopairs. Givе questions. photograph A or B withthе . Те|| dеsсribin to takeit in turns thеmtheyarеgoing questions partnеr's thеir аndanswеring thе photos . Givе the photоgraph. themtimеto thinkаbout . Studеnts andasking thе photo A start bу dеsсribing Studеnts B'squеstions.

Page 107 Listeningpraсtiсe4 Matсhing
. Givеstudеnts сopiеs of theworkshеet. . Rеаd the instruсtions togethеr. Сhесk the studеnts' undеrstanding bу asking Whаt going аrеthespеаkеrs to tоlk оbout?How mаnуspеаkеrs arеуou goingto hеаr?Howmаnуjournеуs аrе thеуgoingto tаlk оbout? . P|ay praсtiсе Listening 4 onсе.

Spеakеr 1: I nееdеd to gеt up to Abеrdееn for а friend,s wedding, but unfortunate|y l hаd failedmy driving test, so the сar wаsn'treа||у an option. And I wasa bit shortof сash, sо I thoughtl'd try and seеif ! gеta Iift...it takestimе,bесаusе you сan't80 сou|d on thе motorways, no-one's аlIowеd to stopand piсk you up,so I juststartеd off on somеof thе smаI|еr pеop|е roads, and I wаsamazеd, arе aсtua||y vеrу friend|у, аnd somеof them еvеnwеntout of thеir - in thе еnd it on|ytook wаyto tаkеmе a bit furthеr got а day,I fivеdiffеrеnt - а сoup|е Iifts of tourists, a _ аnd I vаn,a sa|еsmаn typе,and еvеna pensionеr met somerеa||y niсеpeop|е. Spеаkеr 2: l wеnton а dаytrip - justаs a norma| foоtpаssеngеr _ аnd thе rеturn farefor thе сrossing wаson|yаbout good ... it wasvery lЗ0, whiсhI thought wаs prеttу * wе |eft еffiсiеnt аbouttеn minutеs or so аftеrl got it on boаrd, wаsa vеrysmoothсrossing, thеrеwas hаr d| y а n y wi n d ,wh i с hi s j u s tа s wе || b е сausе | do gеtsеаsiсk. |twаs |ovе|y |ooking bасkаt thе сoast. Wе got into porta сoup|е of hours|atе1 did a bit of shоpping, аnd thеn the rеturn сrossing wаsаgain on|yа сoup|е оf hours. |t wаsа|Ivеryеаsy, muсh е asi е t r h а ng o i n g а l It h е wа yt о t h е а i rp or t, аnd quite a lot fastеr, too. Spеakеr З: WewenttherеIаst good уеаr_ and Wеgota rеa||y quitеa |ong dеаl beсаusе we booked our tiсkеts timе _ and l,d neverflownwith thеm bеforе, in advanсе and,to bе honеst, I wаsfairlуsurеsomething wou|d _ you know, go Wrong thеy'dhаvееnginе troub|е or _ but thе fiightwouIdbе ovеrbookеd or something in fасtеvеrything wаsfinе.Wetook off on timе,аnd you a mealon board,but thе 0K thеydon'tsеrvе сrеw сabin сomeroundwith sаndwiсhеs and drinks that passеngеrs сan buy,so that'snоt а prob|em. Аnd WeеVеnmanаgеd to landа fеw minutеs еаr|y, so it wаs rеа||y strеss frее,l'd reсommend it. Spеаker 4: I Iеftat it musthаvеbееnabouttwo in the .саuse аftеrnoon, l didn'twantto gеtstuсkin thе rushhour,it wаsquitееasyаt first, therewas hard|y anyone on thе motorwаy... I foundmyse|f thinking . t hi s is bеttеt r h a nt a k i n g t h е t rа i n , а n d i t 'shаI fthе priсе.' But latеrwе gotstuсkin trаffiс, whiсhwаsа got morеand morе bit аnnoуing. And thе sеats unсomfortаbIе. Аnd the аir-сonditiоning Wasn't pеop|е worki ng. Imаgi nе:thi rty-odd сomp|а i ning how hot it is. But thе drivеrwasquitеа goodlaugh

andhe kept еvеryonе,s spirits up.Аt lеast I wasn't I spent driving. most of thejourney rеading a bоok, andin theеnd'wеwerе оn|v ha|f an hоurIаte. - l never 5: I gotthеre - but Speaker fromhеrе rеaIised bеforе youсаnbuyа tiсket you fromСhar|bury andit tаkеs - it,snotdirесt, youhаvе аll thewaу to сhаngе in _ you|eavе - butthаt's London no problеm fromthе _ you go sаme stаtion 0K, have to to а diffеrеnt p|аtform, so thatсanbea bit of а hаsslе if youhаvе gеtonеof thosе |ots оf Iuggаgе, butyоuсаna|ways trol|eys. Butthеrеa||у niсе thing is youсansitbасk аndrе|ax аndwatсh thесountryside, аndyoureаllу youarеtrаvеlling, do feelIike аndof сoursе if you youсаngеtup аndwaIk Want, аbout, have a meaI in thе buffеt саr, whatеver. Andof сoursе it,svеrУ have rе|iab|е too_ younеvеr anyproblems with jams good trаffiс or аnything, so it'sa rеally ideа. . . Studеnts marktheiranswers. PIaуthе rесording аgainand a||ow studеnts to rеvisе thеiranswеrs. . Сhесkthe сorreсtanswеrs together.

Page 108 Unit 9 Naturе
Anima|proteсtion in Еurope Тimе:15to 20 minutеs Student's Bookpagеs 110-111 . Putstudеnts intopairs. Givethеmеaсha сopуof theStudent either А or B stimulus materiа| аnd questions. . Аskstudents to rеadthе instruсtions and study the infоrmation. . Whenthеyаre rеady theytakeit in tUrns to present the mаtеrial askandanswer thеquestions. . Student А stаrts.

Page109 Unit 9 Homе
projeсt A redevelopment Тime: 15to 20 minutеs Studеnt's Bookpagеs 114_115 . Putstudеnts intopairs. Givеthemа сopyof thе Workshеet. Те|| themto rеadit andaskаboutаnV qUеriеs. . Enсourаge students to makеnotes of thеirrеasons andto sееthе projесt fromaIIsidеs. . Whеn theyhavе finishеd, enсourаge a сlass disсussion of thе pairs'deсisions andthеdiffiсu|ties of making thе right сhoiсе.


P a g e110 U n i t 10 Sсhool
motivated Кееpi ng studеnts Timе: ] 5 to 20 minutes or with page122it уou Bookpаgеs120_121 Studеnt's aсtivity сhoose thе optionaI . Putstudеnts A and B thеir studеnts Give intopairs. to Iookat eасh thеm not ТeII workshеet. of the сopy сopу. othеr's . ТeII andthе thеinstruсtions to rеаd students andаnswеr quеstions of thеworkshееt on theirha|f quеstions have. thеy may any . Studеnts andехplаin in pаirs thequestions disсuss to agrеe havе thеy don't that Те|I them сhoiсes. their on theiranswers. . When the disсussing finishеd havе students quеstions, howorgаnisеd / аskthеmto dесidе is basеd on theirpartnеr's thеirpartner motivatеd аnsWеrs. optionalaсtivity . Askonеstudеnt usingreportеd thе сIаss to te|I partnеr foronеof thе dесidеd whаthis/ hеr speесh using quеstions. thеyhavе anyprobIems Сorrесt spеесh. rеportеd . Putstudents andаskthеmto report intonewpairs pаrtnеr and prеvious Monitor dесided. whatthеir reported using theyhаvе hе|p withanyprob|ems spеесh.

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Page111 Unit t0 Work
Lifеstyle сhoiсеs Т im е: 1 5t o 2 0 m in u t es 120_121 Bookpagеs Studеnt's . Putstudеnts a сopyof a Givееaсhstudеnt intopairs. photograph А or B withquеstions. . TеlI dеsсribing to takeit in turns thеmthеyarеgoing quеstions. theirpartner's andаnswering thе photos . Givе photograph. thе thеmtimеto thinkаbout . Studеnts andаsking the photo А start by desсribing questions. B's Students

pIeаsе for a Саn I havеуou attеntion Jason: Hi evеryone... Саnoе to WуevaIе minutе? Thаnks. Firstof а|l'wе|сome you а||and to sее it'svеryniсе Сеntrе, my name's Jason, just how Iiketo еxpIain daу.|'d |,msurеwe,|lhаveа grеаt As уou сan sее,BiIIу's thе dаy is goingto bе orgаnisеd. and in а minutе w iththе саno es, |o adеd up thе tr аiler miIеs аnd drivеfifteen wе'rеgoingto gеt in thе minibus po int, o r so up thе r iveruntilw е gеtto the launсhing аt and thаt's intothе river, wherеwе wiIIput thе сanoеs justso - that'sW-A-|-N-W-R.|-G-H-Т Wаinwright Bridgе you сan find it on thе mаp.Thеnyou'lIbе on yourown, pаddlebaсkdownthе rivеrbaсkto wherеwe and уou'|| thrееand six bеtwееn arе now- it takеsmostpеop|е you stоp on howfastyou go,whеthеr hours, depеnding thingis you off on thе wayand so on, but thе impoгtant wе don't bесаusе mustbе baсkhеrеby 6.З0аt the Iatеst gеtting dаrk. WantYouout on thе rivеrwhеn it starts points. Ru|еnumbеronе is thеrеis a A сouplеof safеty pеop|е thаtсan go in а сanoe- it's mаximumnumbеrof thеy you havеtoo manypеop|е obvious, I know,but if hаppens thеremustbе no more саn tip over, so whаtevеr in еaсhboat. thаn fivе peopIе and you'vе аlI got Iifеjасkets, Nеxtthing,you'lI sееyou'vе do hаppen, Aссidеnts gоtthеmfor a verуgoodreason. а you сan еnd up in thе watеr, oK, and еvеnif you'rе you mighthit уour heаdon a roсkor thе goodswimmer branсhof trее,so rulе numbеrtwo is - kеepyour Iifе jaсkеton at a|ltimеs.Don,t takеit off,еvenif you gеt you nееd find еvеrything hot.WеII, thаt'sit rеaIIy you'|| _ map and а sеаlеd a wаterproof on thе сanoe paddlеs, and so o n mo nеу fo ryo urmo bilеpho ne, сo ntainеr you don'twаntto еnd up in thе wаtеr. bаsiсаl|у anything

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