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English Explorer is a motivating new four-level series for students at secondary level, with a strong
international focus. It combines a communicative approach to learning English with stunning National
Geographic images, video and content. With English Explorer, students:

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EXPLORE amazing places and fascinating cultures with National Geographic, bringing real people, real
places, and real stories into the English language classroom
LEARN how to use English to communicate effectively in the real world, by developing language skills
through age-appropriate print and multimedia resources
DEVELOP critical thinking and other practical, real-world skills, including study skills and writing techniques

Explorer
Students Book also includes:
Vocabulary Explorer a picture dictionary with exercises to enrich new expressions
Grammar Explorer the ideal reference to help students navigate through grammar
Module Review 4 sections providing revision of grammar, vocabulary and functions
Video worksheets for use with the National Geographic video material on the Students MultiROM and class DVD
Culture sections and dedicated CLIL sections in every unit cover science and technology, nature, history,

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and geography
True Stories focus on real explorers and real places
Projects provide multi-modal learning opportunities

The Students Book comes with a free MultiROM.


Student Multi-ROM includes:
National Geographic video Helen Stephenson
Audio recordings for listening and pronunciation practice
Computer-based vocabulary, grammar and comprehension activities

An English Explorer Workbook with audio CD is available.


Workbook also includes:
8 pages of grammar, vocabulary and skills practice per unit WORKBOOK TEACHERS BOOK
2 additional Grammar Practice pages per unit with Audio CD with Audio CDs
Module Review 4 sections providing revision of
grammar and vocabulary
Reading Explorer full colour reading skills section
Word lists

DVD fascinating National Geographic films. See amazing people,


places and customs

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to make lessons enjoyable and productive
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STUDENTS BOOK
STUDENTS BOOK

English 1
Explorer Helen Stephenson

Australia Brazil Japan Korea Mexico Singapore Spain United Kingdom United States
Contents
Units Grammar Vocabulary Skills: Reading & Writing
Starter unit Subject pronouns The alphabet
The imperative Numbers
Colours
Time
page 4 Days and months
Unit 1 be Family relationships Reading: This is my family
My family and friends Possessive adjectives Appearance True Story: Around the world in a
this, that, these, those Countries balloon
page 11 Writing: Personal information on a form
Unit 2 have got Possessions Reading: Cool collections
My things The indenite articles a and an can Skills and abilities Writing: A thank-you letter
Ordinal numbers
page 21

Review Units 1 and 2 page 30

Project page 32
Unit 3 The present simple (armative School subjects Reading: Celebrity secrets
My interests and negative) Interests and True Story: Yuri Gagarin - the rst
The denite article the activities man in space
page 33 Object pronouns Food Writing: An email
The present simple (questions and Sports Reading: At the circus
Unit 4
short answers) Daily routines Writing: A report
My day Question words
page 43 Adverbs of frequency
Review Units 3 and 4 page 52
Project page 54
The present continuous House and furniture Reading: Were going green
Unit 5
there is and there are Natural features True Story: Kangchenjunga
My home some and any Writing: An email
page 55 Countable and uncountable nouns
going to Clothes Reading: What do your clothes say about
Unit 6
Possessive forms Places in a town you?
My school trip Writing: A postcard
page 65
Review Units 5 and 6 page 74
Project page 76
The past simple of be Adjectives Reading: Strange coincidences
Unit 7
The past simple of regular and Irregular verbs True Story: A modern-day explorer
My history irregular verbs Writing: An invitation and a reply
page 77 Past tense adverbs
Past simple questions, short Technology Reading: Accidental inventions
Unit 8
answers and negative forms Adverbs Writing: A story
My stories Adverbs of manner Irregular verbs
page 87
Review Units 7 and 8 page 96
Vocabulary Explorer pages 98 113

Video worksheets pages 114 121

Grammar Explorer pages 122 - 127

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Skills: Listening & Speaking Pronunciation Culture & CLIL
Listening: Classroom instructions
Speaking: Saying your name

Listening: A description of a family Intonation in questions Greenwich: where time begins


People at a library CLIL: Geography and English
Speaking: Making introductions Time zones
Giving personal information
Listening: Teenagers talking about their can and cant Amazing animals
parents CLIL: Biology and English
Speaking: Making requests Animal facts
Giving dates

Listening: Personal information th and t Food in the UK


Speaking: Talking about favourite activities CLIL: Biology and English
Ordering a meal A balanced diet

Listening: An interview Words with // Olympic athletes


Speaking: Talking about daily routines CLIL: Maths and English
Statistics

Listening: A radio programme Intonation in questions Houses and homes


Speaking: Making suggestions The // sound CLIL: Geography and English
Describing pictures Climate change

Listening: A clothing analyst explaining what Sentence stress UNICEF and schools
our clothes say about us The unstressed /I/ sound CLIL: Social Science and English
Speaking: Talking about plans NGOs
Buying things

Listening: A biography -ed endings Festivals with re


Speaking: Talking about past activities CLIL: Chemistry and English
Making, accepting or declining Fire
invitations
Listening: Information from a museum The /O:/ sound Astronomers
Speaking: Asking about events in the past CLIL: Science and English
Telling stories The solar system

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Starter My classroom

1 4

6
5
9
10

7
8
11

12

13 16
14
15

1 S1 Listen and repeat 2 S2 Cover the word box in Exercise 1. Look at


the picture. Listen and say the number.
1 a board 9 a ruler
3 Work in pairs.
2 a door 10 a notebook
A: Say a number.
3 a wall 11 a desk
B: Cover the word box. Say the word.
4 a window 12 a bag
5 a teacher 13 a chair e.g. A: 12
6 a student 14 a pen B: a bag
7 a pencil 15 a rubber Take turns.
8 a book 16 a dictionary
4 Write six things you can see in your classroom.
e.g. a window,
4
The alphabet 12 Write the number of
5 S3 Listen and repeat. 1 pages in this unit.
2 students in your classroom.
3 windows in your classroom.
A B C D E F G H I J K L M N 4 teachers in your school.

a b c d e f g h i j k l m n Plurals
13 S6 Study the table and write these words in the
O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z correct box. Then listen, check and repeat.

o p q r s t u v w x y z Add -s to most singular nouns toy toys

After -s, -sh, -ch, -x and -o


box boxes
6 S4 Listen and write the words. endings, add es

e.g. desk After a consonant + -y ending,


family families
change -y to ies
7 Look at the picture on page 4. Work in pairs and
test your partner.
baby computer glass key library
e.g. A: How do you spell board? phone party potato umbrella watch
B: BOARD.
A: Yes!
Colours
8 Spell your name.
14 Write the colours.
Numbers 1 blue + yellow =
2 red + yellow =
9 S5 Listen and repeat.
3 blue + red =
1 one 11 eleven 15 Write the number of
2 two 12 twelve
1 blue books in your classroom.
3 three 13 thirteen 2 brown desks in your classroom.
4 four 14 fourteen 3 black watches in your classroom.
5 five 15 fifteen 4 red pencils in your classroom.
6 six 16 sixteen
7 seven 17 seventeen red
k
8 eight 18 eighteen pin
le
9 nine 19 nineteen rp
pu
or

10 ten 20 twenty
an
ge

10 Match the numbers with the words.


a 30 1 ninety
b 40 2 fifty
brown

c 50 3 one hundred
d 60 4 forty
blue

e 70 5 sixty
f 80 6 eighty
yell

g 90 7 seventy
ow

h 100 8 thirty
11 Do the maths and write the numbers.
a 11 x 5 = black
b 7x9= green white
c 15 x 4 =
d 45 x 2 =

STARTER MY CLASSROOM 5
Starter My school
Hes a teacher.
Im Mr Wilson.

Theyre teachers too.


Shes a student.

Youre red!
Im Charlotte.
Were in Class 8B.

Its a camera.

Listening and speaking 2 S8 Listen and repeat.


1 S7 Listen and tick the names.
Charlotte: Im Charlotte. Whats your name?
Robert: My names Robert.
Daniel
Charlotte: Hi, Robert.
Jane Robert: Hello, Charlotte.
Katherine 3 Whats your name? Work in pairs and tell your partner.
Mr Wilson e.g. A: Hello, Im
Peter B: Hi, my names
Robert
Charlotte

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Subject pronouns 7 Work in pairs.
4 Find the subject pronouns and complete A: Draw six clocks with times. Say the times.
the sentences. B: Listen and draw the clocks.
1 s a book. Compare your clocks. Take turns.
2 re teachers.
3 re pens. Days and months
4 m Charlotte.

Time September
5 S9 Listen and repeat. M 6 13 20 27
T 7 14 21 28
W 1 8 15 22 29
T 2 9 16 23 30
F 3 10 17 24
S 4 11 18 25
Its nine oclock. Its half past ten. S 5 12 19 26

8 S11 Write the days in the correct order. Then


listen, check and repeat.
Its quarter past twelve. Its quarter to four. Friday Thursday
6 S10 Listen and number the clocks. Say the times. Monday Tuesday
Saturday Wednesday
a b c Sunday
9 Which days are school days?
10 S12 Write the months in the correct order.
Listen, check and repeat.
April June
d e f August March
December May
February November
January October
July September
11 Write the months.
5 to 5 past The school holidays
The new year
10t o 10 past My birthday
12 Write six months on a Bingo card. Then listen to
quarter quarter your teacher.
to past

20 to 20 past February
July
25 to 25 past
half p ast November

STARTER MY SCHOOL 7
Starter Classroom language

1 4

2 5

3 6

The imperative 2 S14 Complete the instructions. Then listen and check.
1 S13 Match the instructions with the pictures.
Then listen and check. listen open speak study watch dont write

Stand up. 1 Speak English in class.


2 your notebooks.
Come here.
3 to the teacher.
Sit down. 1 4 in the books.
Open your books. 5 at home.
6 films in English.
Dont talk.
Affirmative
Write in your notebooks.
Open the book.
Negative
Dont open the book.
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Classroom language: teacher
3 Write the sentences in your language.

Copy these words


in your notebook. Look at the board.

Do you understand?
Write in your
notebooks.

Listen to me.

Read Exercise
4 in silence.
Dont talk, please.

Open your notebooks /


Do Exercise 5
your books at page 11.
for homework.

Classroom language: student


4 Write the sentences in your language.

Can I borrow Can I go to the


a pen / pencil? toilet, please?

Excuse me, I dont


understand.
Can you help me?

What does
Finished. mean, please?

STARTER CLASSROOM LANGUAGE 9


Starter Classroom language
1 S15 Write T (teacher) or S (student).
Then listen and check.
1 Can I borrow a pen? S
2 Can you help me?
3 Do you understand?
4 I dont understand.
5 Finished.
6 Listen to me.
7 Look at the board.
8 Read in silence.
9 Work in pairs.
10 What does mean, please?

2 Choose the correct words.


1 Greenwich is in New York / London
London.
6 C
Complete the senten
ce s with short form
ms.
e.g. I m from Los
Angeles.
1 He from the USA.

1 1 Read and listen to the dialogue. Find the


1.2
people in the photos.
Exercise instructions
2 Write the sentences in your language.
a-c.
vourite things, 1 Are the sentences true or false?
ai n and find their fa
2 Read the text ag 2 Ask and answer questions.
3 Choose the correct words.
7 Study the table.
4 Compare with your partner.
Negative 5 Complete the sentences.
6 Find the people in the photo.
Im not am not
You / We / They arent are not English. 7 Listen and check.
He / She / It isnt is not 8 Listen and repeat.
9 Listen. Write the words you hear.
11 Put the words in orde 10 Look at the pictures.
r to make questions.
e.g. Brad / English / is? Is Brra
add English?
11 Match the questions with the answers.
12 Put the words in order to make questions.
13 Read and listen to the dialogue.
write requests.
4 22.5 Look at the pictures and 14 Read the dialogue again. Complete the table.
.
Then listen, check and repeat 15 Read the text.
16 Study the table.
17 Take turns.
18 Use your dictionary.
19 Work in pairs.
20 Write sentences with these words.

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My family and friends

Grammar
Learn about be, possessive
adjectives, and this, that,
these, those.

Vocabulary
Learn words for family
relationships, describing
appearance, and countries.

Skills
Read about families,
and about Greenwich and
time zones.
Listen to a description of 1 Describe what you can see in the picture.
a family, and to people at
2 1.1 Listen. Are they friends or family?
a library.
Write personal information See Vocabulary Explorer: Page 98
on a form. 3 Write the names of three English-speaking
countries. For each country, write the
Communicate capital, an animal, a famous person.

Make introductions, and give See Vocabulary Explorer: Page 99


personal information.
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1A Welcome!

2
Anna: Hello, Brad! Welcome to London!
Brad: Hi, Anna. Thanks.
Reading and listening Anna: Brad, this is my friend Meera and her brother Harry.
1 1.2 Read and listen to the dialogue. Find the Brad: Good afternoon!
people in the photos. Anna: Meera and Harry, this is my cousin Brad.
1 Harry: Hi! Nice to meet you!
Meera: Is that Brad? Anna: Come on, Brad. Mums over there.
Anna: No, Brads red-haired. 3
Harry: Is that Brad? Harry: Where are you from in the USA, Brad?
Anna: No, Brads fourteen. That boys ten or eleven! Brad: Im from Los Angeles. And you?
Meera: Well, is that Brad? Meera: Were from London.
Anna: No, Brads tall and thin. Hes a basketball Mum: Hello, Brad. Are you OK? Are you tired? Are you hungry?
player! Hes American! Brad: Hi, Aunt Jane. Yes, Im very hungry!
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2 Match the sentence beginnings (14) with the Grammar: be (negative)
endings (ad).
7 Study the table.
1 Brad is b a cousins.
2 Anna and Meera are b a basketball player. Negative
3 Meera and Harry are c friends. Im not am not
4 Anna and Brad are d from London. You/We/They arent are not English.
He/She/It isnt is not
3 1.3 Listen and repeat the introductions in Part 2
of the dialogue. Then work in groups of four and See Grammar Explorer: Page 122
practise the introductions.
8 Write the sentences in Exercise 6 with negative
short forms.
Vocabulary
e.g. Im not from Los Angeles.
4 Look at the people in the photo again. Choose the
correct words. 9 Write is, isnt, are or arent.
e.g. Harry is short / tall. Anna( 1) is from Greenwich, in London.
1 Brad is red-haired / dark-haired. Her best friend (2) Meera. Anna and Brad
2 Brad is short / tall. (3) cousins. Brad (4) from London.
3 Brad is fat / thin. He (5) from Los Angeles. Meera and
4 Anna and her mother are happy / sad. Harry (6) cousins. They (7) brother
5 The suitcase is big / small. and sister. They (8) English. They
(9) American.
See Vocabulary Explorer: Page 98

Grammar: be (questions and short


Grammar: be (affirmative) answers)
5 Read the dialogue again. Complete the table with 10 Study the table.
short forms.
Questions
Affirmative
Am I
(1) I am
Are you/we/they Australian?
Youre You are
Is he/she/it
(2) He is
Shes She is
American. Short answers
(3) It is
(4) We are Yes, I am. No, Im not.
Youre You are Yes, you/we/they are. No, you/we/they arent.
Theyre They are Yes, he/she/it is. No, he/she/it isnt.

See Grammar Explorer: Page 122 See Grammar Explorer: Page 122

6 Complete the sentences with short forms. 11 Put the words in order to make questions.
e.g. I m from Los Angeles. e.g. Brad / English / is? Is Brad English?

1 He from the USA. 1 friends / Meera and Anna / are?


2 They English. 2 twelve / is / Brad?
3 We hungry. 3 Harry and Meera / are / American?
4 I thirteen. 4 Anna / from / London / is?
5 She fair. 5 hungry / you / are?
6 You happy. 6 we / students / are?

Fast finishers
Work in pairs. Ask and answer the
questions in Exercise 11.
A: Is Brad English?
B: No, he isnt.

UNIT 1A WELCOME! 13
1B This is my family

2 Complete the sentences about Brad and his family.


1 Brad is from .
2 His mum is from .
3 His mum and dad are .
4 Lena is his .
5 Eve is his .
6 Fluy is a .
Reading and listening
1 1.4 Read and listen to the dialogue. Find the Listening
people in the photos.
3 1.5 Listen to Harry. Where is his family from?
Brad: Well, Im from Los Angeles, and this is my family. Choose the correct answer.
Harry: Are they from Los Angeles too? a India
Brad: Yes, were all from Los Angeles, except my mum. b Australia
Shes from London. Thats my mum and thats my
dad. Their names are Martha and Clark. Theyre c the USA
scientists. At the moment, theyre in Antarctica! 4 1.5 Listen again. Are the sentences true or false?
Harry: Whos that?
1 Harry and Meera are from London. T/F
Brad: Thats my aunt. Her name is Lena. She and my dad
are sister and brother. Thats my grandmother. 2 Their father is a teacher. T/F
Her name is Eve. Shes seventy-ve! And thats 3 Their mother is a doctor. T/F
her cat. 4 Their grandparents are Indian. T/F
Harry: Whats its name? 5 Their grandmothers are sixty-nine. T/F
Brad: Fluy. 6 Their uncle Deepak is in New Delhi. T/F
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Vocabulary Grammar: this, that, these, those
5 Find the family words in Exercises 1 and 4. 9 Study the examples.
Complete the table. Use your dictionary.
This is my
brother.
Thats my
mother.
father mother
parents
(dad) (1) ( )
uncle (2)
(3) sister
grandfather (4)
grandparents
son (5)
children
(6) niece

See Vocabulary Explorer: Page 98


6 Write the names of six people in your family. Then
work in pairs and exchange your lists. Ask and
answer questions about three names.
A: Whos Susan?
B: Susan is my sister. Shes five. Shes short and
fair-haired. Shes
These are Those are
my cats. my friends.
Grammar: possessive adjectives
7 Read about Brad and his family again. Complete
the table with possessive adjectives.

Subject pronouns Possessive adjectives


I (1)
you your
he his
she (2)
it (3)
we our
you your
they (4)

See Grammar Explorer: Page 122


See Grammar Explorer: Page 122
8 Complete the sentences with possessive adjectives.
e.g. Im thirteen and my. brother is fourteen. 10 Complete the sentences with this, that, these
or those.
1 Jack is tall. sister is short.
1 Hello,M r Wilson! are my sisters, Diana
2 We are English. parents are from London. and Lynne.
3 Alice is fair-haired. brother is fair-haired too. 2 Look! Is our teacher in the caf?
4 Martha and Clark are in Antarctica. son is 3 Brad, is my friend Meera.
in London.
4 Look! Who are boys in the park?
5 This is my cat. name is Tiny.
5 s my book give it to me.
6 Hi, Im Frank. Whats name?
Fast finishers
Think of an English word or name for each
letter of the alphabet.
Anna, Brad, cat,

UNIT 1B THIS IS MY FAMILY 15


1C Personal information

Reading and listening


1 Look at the photo. Where are Brad and Anna?
2 1.6 Read and listen to the dialogue. Is Brad
happy at the end?
Librarian: Are you a member of this library? Anna: SE10 9JY.
Brad: No, Im not. Librarian: OK, now whats your telephone number in London?
Librarian: OK. Whats your name? Brad: 734 0951?
Brad: Brad Freeman. Anna: Yes, thats right.
Librarian: How do you spell your surname? Librarian: Great. And how old are you?
Brad: FRdouble EMAN. Brad: Im fourteen.
Librarian: OK. And whats your address? Librarian: OK. This is your Junior Library card.
Brad: 45 Park Road. Brad: Thanks. Can I borrow this computer game?
Librarian: And whats your post code? Librarian: Oh dear, Im sorry. That game is for over sixteens.

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3 Answer the questions about Brad. Speaking
1 Whats his surname? 8 Invent a new identity. Then work in pairs. Ask and
2 Whats his address? answer questions. Complete the application form
3 Whats his telephone number? with information about your partner.
4 How old is he?
5 Is the game for boys under sixteen?

Listening Greenwich Sports Club


4 1.7 Listen to two more people at the library and
APPLICATION FORM
complete the sentences.
1 Her rst name is . Name
2 His surname is . Surname
3 Its name is .
Address
4 His address is 32 Road.
Post code
5 1.8 Listen and write the telephone numbers.
1 734 5221 Telephone number
2 Age
3
4
6 Write three English names and their telephone Pronunciation: is and are
numbers. Then work in pairs. Dictate the names 9 1.10 Listen. Notice that is has a very short
and numbers to your partner. sound. Repeat.
e.g. John Milton 0282 567997 Is, is, is, isnt, isnt, isnt.
This is his sister, Liz. Liz is six.
Pronunciation: intonation in questions Anna isnt his sister. She isnt six.
7 1.9 Complete these questions from the 10 1.11 Listen. Notice that are has a long
dialogue. Then listen, check and repeat. sound. Repeat.
1 Whats y n ? Are, are, are, arent, arent, arent.
2 How do you s your s ? Martha and Clark are in Antarctica.
3 Whats your a ?
4 Whats your p c
5 Whats your t n ?
6 How are y ?

Greenwich
Travel Car
Applica d
Writing: a form tion Fo
rm
Name
We use capital letters with:
Surname brad
days of the week
Address freeman
months of the year
names 45 park r
oad,
addresses
greenwic
Post co
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Telepho se10 9jy
1 Rewrite the information with capital letters. ne numb
er 7340951
2 Copy and complete the application form with Age
your information. fourteen

UNIT 1C PERSONAL INFORMATION 17


1D Greenwich: where time begins!
Reading
1 Look at the photos of Greenwich north
and read the information. Why is
Greenwich special?
2 Choose the correct words. Greenwich meridian
1 Greenwich is in New York / London.
2 It is on the River Thames / Avon.
3 It is where world time begins / ends.
west east

equator

0 latitude

0 longitude
south

Welcome to Greenwich!
Greenwich is an old historic part of London with green
parks and beautiful buildings. It is on the River Thames.
Greenwich is also a World Heritage Site. It is a special
place in London.

Greenwich is on an imaginary line called the Greenwich


meridian. This is where world time begins.

The Greenwich Royal Observatory

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Geography and English
Time zones
London Berlin Athens Teheran Los Angeles
g Mexico Chicago
g New York Puerto Rico

1 Look at the map and read the text. How many time zones are there?
2 Find the countries on the map.

Australia Brazil Greece India New Zealand the UK the USA

3 When its midnight in London, what time is it in these cities? Match


When its twelve oclock midnight the cities with their times.
in London and the UK, its twelve 1 New Delhi, India e a seven oclock in the evening
oclock midday in New Zealand.
2 Wellington, New Zealand b ten oclock in the morning
New Zealand is east of the
Greenwich meridian. Every day, its 3 New York, USA c four oclock in the afternoon
morning in New Zealand before 4 Rio de Janeiro, Brazil d nine oclock at night
its morning in the UK. The USA is 5 Sydney, Australia e ve oclock in the morning
west of the Greenwich meridian.
6 Athens, Greece f midday
Its morning in the USA after its
morning in the UK. 7 Los Angeles, USA g two oclock in the morning

2 3
1 in the morning 3 in the evening
1 2 in the afternoon 4 at night 4

Project
Find out about World Heritage Sites in your country. What
are their names? Where are they? Why are they special?

UNIT 1D GREENWICH: WHERE TIME BEGINS! 19


TOR
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flyy
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their b a
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ger, ar
Challen

1 Look at the map. Where does the


balloon go?
2 Read the dialogues. Are the pilots
happy at the end of their trip?

Day 1. Start in Morocco


Richard: Are we ready?
Steve: Yes, we are.
Per: Goodbye! See you soon!
Day 4. Crossing India
Ground Control: Goodbye!
S: Wow, look at the Himalayas.
Himal
alayas.
Day 2. Goodbye, Africa! Theyre enormous!
R Yes, but its reallyy cold in
R: i h here.
R: Where are we now, Per?
P Yes,, IIm
P: m tir
tired. hungry!
d And hung gry!
g ry
P: Were over Egypt.
And cold!
R: Whats our altitude*?
S: 5,000 metres.
R: Thats good! Japan
sh!
Morocco India Pacific Spla
Ocean
Hawaii
Africa

Day 6. The Pacific Ocean


Day 7. 15 km from Hawaii
P: Whats the problem, Steve?
S: Our altitude is low its only S: Oh no! Our altitude is
2,000 metres. Australia really low.
P: This is impossible!
P: Go up to 4,000 metres.
S: OK, lets try.
S: This is very bad.

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*altitude
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eight of ssomething
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English Explorer is a motivating new four-level series for students at secondary level, with a strong
international focus. It combines a communicative approach to learning English with stunning National
Geographic images, video and content. With English Explorer, students:

English 1

STUDENTS BOOK with MultiROM


EXPLORE amazing places and fascinating cultures with National Geographic, bringing real people, real
places, and real stories into the English language classroom
LEARN how to use English to communicate effectively in the real world, by developing language skills
through age-appropriate print and multimedia resources
DEVELOP critical thinking and other practical, real-world skills, including study skills and writing techniques

Explorer
Students Book also includes:
Vocabulary Explorer a picture dictionary with exercises to enrich new expressions
Grammar Explorer the ideal reference to help students navigate through grammar
Module Review 4 sections providing revision of grammar, vocabulary and functions
Video worksheets for use with the National Geographic video material on the Students MultiROM and class DVD
Culture sections and dedicated CLIL sections in every unit cover science and technology, nature, history,

Helen Stephenson
and geography
True Stories focus on real explorers and real places
Projects provide multi-modal learning opportunities

The Students Book comes with a free MultiROM.


Student Multi-ROM includes:
National Geographic video Helen Stephenson
Audio recordings for listening and pronunciation practice
Computer-based vocabulary, grammar and comprehension activities

An English Explorer Workbook with audio CD is available.


Workbook also includes:
8 pages of grammar, vocabulary and skills practice per unit WORKBOOK TEACHERS BOOK
2 additional Grammar Practice pages per unit with Audio CD with Audio CDs
Module Review 4 sections providing revision of
grammar and vocabulary
Reading Explorer full colour reading skills section
Word lists

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