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Your Personality
- Right Brain or Left Brain?
- The Shape of the Face

Customs and Traditions


- The Persian New Year
- Celebrating Fifteen

Food
- Potatoes
- Delicacies

Famous People
- Louir Braille
- The Worlds Most Unusual
Millionaire

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Unit 1. Chapter 1: Right Brain or Left Brain?
- have something in common (v. phases): to share the same interests, experiences or qualities (
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- left-handed (adj.):
favoring the use of left hand ()
- punctual (adj.):
arriving or leaving on time ()
- logic (n.):
a system of reasoning ()
- practical (adj.):
sensible and realistic ()
- recognize (v.):
to identify somebody or something seen before ()
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somebody or something excluded from or not fitting into a general


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Unit 1. Chapter 2: The Shape of the Face
- character (n.):
the combination of qualities or features that make one person, place, or
thing different from others ()
- jaw (n.):
the lower and upper bones of the mouth, including the teeth (
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- cheekbone (n.):
the bone below and beside each eye ()
- confident (adj.):
self-assured or certain of success ()
- warm (adj.):
friendly, having compassion ( )
- will (n.):
determination ( )
- creative (adj.):
having the ability to think well and solve problems, clever (
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- reliable (adj.):
able to be trusted, responsible ()
- fragile (adj.):
getting upset or losing confidence very easily (
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- depressed (adj.):
feeling very unhappy or hopeless ()
- live a full life (v. phrase): to live with many different activities ( )
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Unit 1. Chapter 2: The Shape of the Face
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Worksheet 1-2-3
Assessment Questions Unit 1, Chapter 1, 2

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- (Leonardo da Vinci) 15 .. 1452 2 .. 1519

The Last Supper Mona Lisa

- (Sir James Paul McCartney) 18 .. 1942

(The Beatles) 20
Hey Jude Let It be
Pop

- (Julia Roberts) 28 .. 1967
.. 1990-1999
Pretty Woman (Richard Gere)

- (Kirk Douglas) 9 .. 1916
Champion, The Bad and
the Beautiful, Ulysses, Lust for Life, Spartacus Diamonds


- (Michael Douglas) 25 .. 1944
The Streets of San Francisco
Romancing the Stone, Fatal Attraction Academy Award
One Flew Over the Cuckoos Nest Wall
Street

- (Jacqueline Lee Bouvier Kennedy Onassis) 28
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.. 1961-1963

- (Paul Leonard Newman) 26 .. 1925


- (Jane Seymour Fonda) 21 .. 1937

Academy Award
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- (Pablo Ruiz picasso) 25 .. 1981


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Picasso (Les Demoiselles dAvignon)
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- 5 (Five Elements)
(wood) (water) (metal) (earth) (fire)

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Worksheet 1
Directions: Complete the chart below with the information related to the topic in paragraph 2 on page 3.

Brain

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The brain is like


a message center.

The quality of the brain is more


important than its weight.

Brain
One half of the brain is usually
stronger than the other and stays stronger
for the rest of your life.

The brain has two halves -


the right brain and the left brain;
each has the same size.

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I. Directions: Use the information in paragraph 3 to answer the questions below.

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What is paragraph 3 about?



What does it tell about (the answer to question 1)?

What is a person with a strong left brain like?

What happens to the person whose left brain has been damaged?

II. Directions: Use the information in paragraph 4 to answer the questions below.

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What is paragraph 4 about?



What does it tell about (the answer to question 1)?

What is a person with a strong right brain like?

What happens to the person whose right brain has been damaged?

III. Directions: Use the information in paragraph 5 to answer the questions below.

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What is paragraph 5 about?



What does it tell about (the answer to question 1)?

What is the best thing people should do?

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Unit 1. Chapter 1: Right Brain or Left Brain?
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1. Its about the left side of the brain.


2. It controls the right side of the brain.
3. He/She may be right handed; may become a good speaker, professor, lawyer, or salesman; may have a
strong idea of time and will probably be punctual; may be strong in math and logic and may like to have
things in order; may remember peoples name and like to plan things ahead; may be practical and safe.
4. He/She may have problems speaking; may not know what day it is; the right side of his/her body will
become weak.
1. Its about the right side of the brain.
2. It controls the left side of the brain.
3. He/She may be left-handed; may prefer art, music, and literature; may become an artist, a writer, an
inventor, a film director, or a photographer; may recognize face, but not remember names; may not love
numbers or business; may like to use his or her own feelings ad not look at logic and what is practical.
4. He/She may not know where he or she is and may not be able to do simple movements.
1. Its about exceptions to the fact that the left brain controls the right side of the body, and the right brain
controls the left side of the body.
2. It says that some right-handers have a strong right brain, and some left-handers have a strong left brain.
3. They should use both right and left sides of the brain.

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Worksheet 3
Directions: Complete the chart below with the information in the article The Shape of the Face
Face Shapes
round face

diamond face

rectangular face

square face

triangular face

Features

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forehead
a wide jaw and narrow

wide foreheads and square chins

wide foreheads and high cheekbones

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Unit 1. Chapter 2: The Shape of the Face
Face Shapes

Features

Character Traits

round face

high and flat cheekbones; flat ears,


wide noses, and strong mouth with
thin lips

intelligent; prefers to work with brain instead


of body; confident; live a long live

diamond face

narrow at the top and has a pointed


chin

lucky in love and in their jobs; may not be


happy when they are young but get what they
want later in their lives; warm; strong will

rectangular face

control feelings; intelligent and creative;


work hard; very reliable; work is more
important than anything else even family; not
easy to be around when they do not feel free
or feel bored; at their best when older

square face

good at making decisions and keeping them;


generous and honest; put friends first; lucky
and live a long live

triangular face

a wide forehead, high cheekbones,


and a pointed chin

lively and intelligent; stand out from others;


worry too much; fragile emotions

a wide jaw and narrow forehead

change little; love success; almost always get


what they want, especially money; men - not
close to their children but gain respect;
women - strong character even in difficult
time

wide foreheads and square chins

intelligent; work hard to get what they want;


calm and quiet or opposite in order to get
attention; have long live; save energy for
important times in life

wide foreheads and high cheekbones strong characters; a lot of energy; know what
they like; dont like to change habits; like to
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- imagine (v.):
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- poison (n.):
- advantage (n.):
- dish (n.):

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in place of ()
any substance that harms or kills people, animals, or plants if it is
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Unit 2. Chapter 4: Delicacies
- delicacy (n.):
- appetizer (n.):
- dessert (n.):
- grill (v.):
- paste (n.):
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Unit 2. Chapter 4: Delicacies
- Supporting sentences
- Concluding sentence

a food sauce made of eggs, oil, and lemon juice (



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a thick, red sauce made from tomatoes and spices ()
special food that tastes great and is hard to get ()
a small amount of food served before the main meal (
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the last cones in a meal, usually a sweet dish, such as cake, fruit, etc.
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to cook over direct heat ( )
a soft smooth food, made by crushing meat, fish, etc. (
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Worksheet 1
Assessment Questions Unit 2, Chapter 3, 4

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Unit 2 Chapter 4: Delicacies
(unusual delicacies)

(hedgehogs) (British Gypsies)

(eyes of a roasted lambs head)



(cocks combs)

(iguana meat)

(Australia aboriginals) (sugar ants)
(kangaroo tail ragout)


(shark fins) (birds nests)

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Directions: Complete the chart below with the information in the article Delicacies.

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Unit 2. Chapter 4: Delicacies
People in France and
England eat eels, while
people in Asia eat snakes.

People in Malaysia,
Singapore, Thailand, and Indonesia
eat fish heads.

Chicken feet are a favorite


appetizer in China, while in Taiwan
turkey feet are a favorite
People in different parts
of the world eat just
about everything.

People in Africa eat termites,


while those in India and Borneo
eat ants. Native people in Australia
drink ants and eat bees.

The Japanese
eat blow fish.

Rat, especially rice rats, and mice


are a special food in China, Thailand,
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- at least :
as much as, or more than, a number or amount (
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- pastry (n.):
a food made by mixing flour, fat, and water. The mixture is rolled flat
and used for making pies and other food. (
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- symbol (n.):
a sign with a specific meaning ()
- household (n.):
the people who live together in a house ()
- costume (n.):
the clothes worn for a particular activity (
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- treat (n.):

representation (, )
something special, such as a gift or pleasant occasion (
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- ceremony (n.):
a formal public event with special traditions, actions, or words ()
- attendant (n.):
an escort, someone who goes with another as a companion (
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- godparent (n.):
an adult who promises during the Christian Ceremony of baptism to give
a child support and religious education (
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- afford (v.):
to be able to pay for something without difficulty (
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- banquet (n.):
a bunch of flowers ()
- blessing (n.):
a prayer asking for gods help and protection (
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- proud (adj.):
pleased and satisfied ()
- pose (v.):
to hold still in a pose so ones picture can be painted, drawn, or
photographed ( )
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- Punctuation: Comma with items in a series
- Describing a process
Unit 3. Chapter 6: Celebrating Fifteen
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Worksheet 1, 2
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Worksheet 1
Directions: Read the article The Persian New Year to find out what happens weeks before Nowrooz, last
Wednesday before Nowrooz, on Nowrooz eve, on Nowrooz, and on the day that marks the end of the
Nowrooz
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Weeks before Nowrooz

Last Wednesday before


Nowrooz

On Nowroozs Eve

On Nowrooz

On the day that marks the end


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Unit 3. Chapter 5: The Persian New Year

People clean home.


They make or buy one set of clothes for each person.
They bake pastries.

Weeks before Nowrooz

They put seeds in a pot to grow into a green plant.


Every household lays things on a table : 7 things beginning with the Persian
letter seen and other things that bring good luck.
Many people dress up as Hajji Firooz singing and dancing through the
streets telling everyone that the New Year is coming.

People light fires in public places and family members line up and jump
over the fire.

Last Wednesday before


Nowrooz

Children run through the street banging on pots and pans with spoons,
knocking on door asking for treats

The whole family gathers around the table with the seven dishes.

On Nowroozs Eve

The oldest in the family stands up, gives everyone good wishes, and hands
out fresh sweets, pastries, and coins.

People spend the first few days of the New Year visiting older family
members and relatives.

On Nowrooz

They give gifts and eat wonderful meals.

Families go outside to a park or somewhere by a river.

On the day that marks the end


of the Nowrooz celebration

They have fun by playing games, singing, and dancing.


They have picnic, eat and relax.

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I. Directions: Complete the diagram below with the information about Quincenera found in the article
Celebrating Fifteen
What?

For what purpose?

Quincenera
When?

Where?

How?

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I. Unit 3. Chapter 6: Celebrating Fifteen
What?

For what purpose?

a special celebration

to indicate that a girl has become


a woman

Quincenera
When?

Where?

on girls fifteenth birthday

in Spanish-speaking communities
in the USA and in Latin America.

How?
a church ceremony and a big party

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Preparation before
a quincenera celebration

The night before the girls


fifteen birthday

The church ceremony

The big party

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The parents get dress ready for the girl.


The girl chooses 14 girls and 14 boys to be her attendants.

Preparation before
a quincenera celebration

The family orders a special cake.


The parents rent a hall for the party and rent a band to play music.
The parents decide on the special food to serve the guests.

The night before the girls


fifteen birthday

A band plays in the evening outside the girls window.

The girls family, her godparents, her attendants attend a religious ceremony
in the church.

The church ceremony

They pose for photographs.

They leave the church for the party.

The party begins with a dinner.

The big party

The girl dances the first dance with her father.


The attendants start to dance followed by the guest and they all dance until
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a device for doing a particular kind of work ()
to be eager for something enjoyable in the future ()
to create something new ()
a device used to guide a vehicle (
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not giving or spending much ()
- refuse (v.):
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relative (n.):
a member of the same family ()
divorce (v.):
to legally end a marriage to somebody ()
medical treatment (n. phr.): medical attention; cured by doctors ()
amputate (v.):
to cut off surgically ()
laundry (n.):
a place where clothes and linen are washed, dried, and pressed (
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space (n.):
an empty area ()
raw (adj.):
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Unit 4. Chapter 8: The Worlds Most Unusual Millionaire
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Forbes 10
12 2010

1. Carlos Slim Helu ( 53.5 )

Helu
53.5 Carlos Telemax America
Movil Carlos Bill Gates 500

2. William Henry Gates III Bill Gates

Gates 15 2008 2010
2009 13

3. Warren Edward Buffet ( 47 )

Warren Berkshire Hathaway
85 (Gates
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4. Mukesh Ambani ( 29 )

Ambani
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Mittal Arcelor Mittal
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Ellison Oracle 5.5
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7. Bernard Arnault ( 27.5 )

Arnault Louis Vuitton
Christian Dior
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Batista 61
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9. Amancio Ortega ( 25 )
Ortega 10 Inditex
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10. Karl Albrecht ( 23.5 )
Albrecht Aldi
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Worksheet 1
Directions: Complete the diagram below with the information about Louis Braille.
Childhood

Adulthood

Education

Famous
Person:
Louis Braille

Family

Accomplishments

Interesting Facts

Death (if applicable)

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Unit 4, Chapter 7: Louis Braille
Childhood
- born near Paris, France, in 1809
- age 4, blind because of
infection in the left eye injured
by a sharp tool

Adulthood
- spent most time telling the world
about Braille but unsuccessful
- continued to write books in
Braille for his student until his
death

Education
- age 10, went to a school for
blind children
- read all the books in the school
- got idea from Barbers night
writing system
- age 15 finished his system
- age 17 graduated from the
school

Famous
Person:
Louis Braille

Family

Accomplishments
- invented Braille alphabets to
enable the blind to read
- today Braille has been used
extensively in the blinds daily
life

Interesting Facts

Death (if applicable)


- died at age 43

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Directions: Read the article on pages 89-90 to find out what kind of person Hetty Green was and list all of her
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Unit 4. Chapter 8: The Worlds Most Unusual Millionaire
Hetty Green was very stingy.
She didnt light the candles on her birthday cake so that she could return them to the store and get a
refund.
She did not provide medical treatment for her son as soon as he hurt his knee in an accident which led
to the amputation of his leg a few years later.
She always wore the same black dress, and had it washed only at the bottom where it was dirty.
Her undergaments were old newspapers she got from the streets.
She rented a cheap apartment with no heat in New Jersey because she did not want to pay taxes
in New York.
She traveled on the train to her office in New York which a bank let her use it free of charge.

All she ate was onions and cold oatmeal which she sometimes heated it by putting it on the office
heater because that was free.
She took a long walk to get cheap cookies.

One time, she spent half the night looking for a two-cent stamp.

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Topic
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Detail or
example of
supporting
sentence

My brother is very selfish.

He does not want to


share things with other
people

For example, when he


buys a chocolate bar,
he puts it in a secret
place. Then he eats it
all by himself.

Concluding
sentence

In conclusion, I think my brother


is selfish and will always be
selfish.

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Worksheet 3

Topic
sentence
Supporting
sentence

Detail or
example of
supporting
sentence

My brother is very selfish.

He does not want to


share things with other
people

He never helps
anyone. He says he is
busy.

He does not care if


something he does
bothers other people.

For example, when he


buys a chocolate bar,
he puts it in a secret
place. Then he eats it
all by himself.

For example, a game


of Nintendo makes
him very busy.

For instance, last night


he played loud rock n
roll music until four
oclock in the
morning.

Concluding
sentence

In conclusion, I think my brother


is selfish and will always be
selfish.

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