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TIGER TRUCKS 6

UNIT 1 IN YOUR FREE TIME

Vocabulary

do puzzles: hacer pasatiempos

go to concerts: ir a conciertos

make things: construir cosas

collect things: coleccionar cosas

play the drums: tocar la batera

juggle: malabares

use the internet: usar internet

play chess: jugar al ajedrez

go fishing: ir a pescar

practise a foreing language: practicar un idioma extranjero

Hobbies:
Cursos anteriores: take photos, draw, sing, make models, listen to music,
go camp, cook, dance, play computer games, read a book (read a comic),
watch T.V., act, fish, play the guitar (play the piano), go to the cinema, (go)
shopping.
Sports:
Cursos anteriores: ride a horse (horseride), ride a bike, rollerblade,
skateboard, skate, surf, play football, play basketball, play tennis, do karate,
swim, ice-skate, cycle, sail, windsurf, play volleyball, run, ski.
Grammar

Make sentences like these , ask and answer:


Do you go to pop concerts in your free time?
-Never (nunca)
-Sometimes (algunas veces)
-Quite often (muy a menudo)

Structures
Present simple + V-ing
SUJ + LIKE + V-ing (Se usa para expresar lo que nos gusta hacer con
regularidad)

STRUCTURES - SUJ (I, YOU, WE,


XX STRUCTURES - SUJ (HE, SHE, IT)
THEY)
I LIKE V-ing HE LIKES V-ing
I DON'T LIKE V-ing HE DOESN'T LIKE V-ing
DO YOU LIKE V-ing? DOES HE LIKE V-ing?
Resp. af.: YES, I DO. Resp. af.: YES, HE DOES.
Resp. neg.: NO, I DON'T. Resp. neg.: NO, HE DOESN'T.

WHAT DO YOU LIKE DOING? WHAT DOES HE LIKE DOING?

Examples Examples
He likes doing karate.
I like going to the cinema.
He doesn't like sailing in the lake.
I don't like playing volleyball.
Does he like acting? Yes, he does.
Do you like shopping? Yes, I do.
Does he like ice-skating? No, he
Do you like camping? No, I don't.
doesn't.

1 Activities
Do you play table tennis in your free time
? 1) Complete and
answer. (p. 4)
2
Do you in your free time?

3
in your free time?

4
in your free time?

5
in your free time?
2) Match (p. 6 -7)
6
in your free time?

7
in your free time?
1David goes to the Streetwise Youth Club
2He meets
3They think the youth club
4David likes
5He can stand on his hands and
6Benny and Liz want to
7Benny, Liz and David form
8They work with
9One year later, they perform
10They are very
Davids brother.
successful.
dancing.
is boring.
for the first time.
do somersaults.
in the streets of Cardiff.
a dance group.
dance like David.
Liz and Benny
3) Complete (p. 6-7)

My favourite character in the story is .

My favourite part of the story is when .


5) Answer (p. 8)
I think this story is because .

I give the story /10. 1 Does Anthony like playing


board games?
Yes, he does.

2 Does Julia like playing table tennis?.


3 Does Julia like playing football?
4 Does Anthony like juggling?
5 the computers at the club? Yes, she does
6 computer games? No, he doesnt.

6) Complete (p. 9)

1 I like
playing
chess. I dont like the drums.
2 David likes to the cinema. He doesnt like horror films.

3 Kate likes in the sea. She doesnt like on the beach.

4 We like healthy food. We like ice cream and chocolate, too!


8) Complete (p. 9)

Sarah

doesnt like painting


1
. She likes

reading

2 Julia to music.
She .

3
Anna . She .

4
Ben . He .
5
Jake . He .

6
Billy . He .

9) Write sentences about your family or friends

o 1

o 2

o 3

o 4

Culture. Wales

o 5
Wales is a country that is part of the United Kingdom
and the island of Great Britain.
It has a population of 3,063,456 .Wales is very
mountainous. The country has a changeable, maritime
climate.
o 6 Welsh national identity comes from the Celtic Britons
and the Roman from Britain in the 5th century.
Wales was politically independent till 1282, when it was
conquered by King Edward I of England. Wales hasn't
got its own currency.
The national game of Wales is Rugby
Famous Welsh people
Wales is known for its great actors - Richard Burton, Anthony Hopkins and
Catherine Zeta Jones.
Sir George Everest - famous traveler and explorer, The highest peak in the
world is named after him.
Writer
Roald Dahl (19161990)

Musician
Tom Jones

Musical group:
Catatonia

Country Facts

Flag:
Red dragon on a green and white field.
National Day:
1 March
Area:
20,779 sq km
Population:
2,918,700 (2002)
Capital City:
Cardiff
Major Cities:
Cardiff, Swansea (Abertawe) and Newport (Casnewydd)
Official Language:
English and Welsh
Nationality : Welsh and British
Main religions:
Anglicanism, Methodism
Currency:
Pound Sterling ()
Highest point:
Snowdon 1085 metres (3559 ft)
Longest river:
Towy (Tywi) 103 km (64 miles)
Largest Lake:
Bala (4.4 sq km)
Official Animal Dragon

Economy
Coal, copper, iron, lead, and gold have been mined in Wales. Traditionally,
livestock farming is the focus of agriculture. The Welsh landscape, protected by
three National Parks, and the unique Welsh culture bring in tourism, which is
especially vital for rural areas.

Traditional Welsh Food

Welsh food is usually made from local ingredients. Some traditional dishes
include laverbread (made from seaweed), bara brith (fruit cake), cawl cennin
(leek stew), Welsh cakes, Welsh Rarebit, and Welsh lamb. A type of shellfish,
cockles, is often served with breakfast.

Wales for kids


UNIT 2 GEOGRAPHICAL WONDERS

Vocabulary

volcano: volcn
glacier: glaciar
cliff: acantilado
waterfall: cascada
mountain range: cordillera
cave: cueva
rainforest: selva
desert: desierto
island: isla
valley: valle
landscape: paisaje
the biggest / the largest: el/la ms grande
the tallest/ the highest. el/la ms largo/a
the widest: el/la ms ancho/a
the longest: el/la ms largo/a
the deepest: el/la ms profundo/a
the hottest: el/la ms clido/a
the youngest: el/la ms joven
the noisiest: el/la ms ruidoso
the funniest: el/la ms divertido/a
the shortest: el/la ms corto/a
the nicer: el/la ms bonito/a
the strangest: el/la ms extrao/a
the most interesting: el/la ms interesante
the most intelligent: el/la ms inteligente
the most exceptional. el/la ms exepcional
the most dangerous: el/la ms peligroso/a

Grammar

Sujeto +Verbo to be + the + adjetivo superlativo + nombre + in the


World / in my class/ my country..

The Teide is the high + est mountain in my country.


El Teide es la montaa ms alta de mi pas.
- Adjetivo monoslabo: short..........the shortest
- Adjetivo monoslabo formado por vocal +consonante+ vocal :
big.............the biggest.
- Adjetivo bislabo terminado en y ....happy...the happiest.
- Adjetivos largos: beautiful.....the most beautiful.

Activities
1- Answer: (Yes, there are / No, there aren't)
Are there any volcanoes in your country?
Are there any mountain ranges in your country?
Are there any cliffs in your country?
Are there any glaciers in your country?
Are there any waterfalls in your country?
Are there any rainforests in your country?
Are there any deserts in your country?
Are there any island in your country?
Are there caves in your country?

2- Make sentences like this:


Example:
Which is the highest mountain in the World?
Mount Everest is the highest mountain in the World.

1- The Nile / the longest river


2- The Sahara/the hottest desert
3- The Amazon/the widest river
4- The Pacific / the deepest ocean
5- The White shark/ the most dangerous shark

UNIT 3 RECIPES AND FOOD


Vocabulary (p. 24)
coconuts: cocos

They grow on trees.


They've got liquid inside.
They're brown and hard.

citrus fruit: frutos ctricos.


They are orange, yellow or green They've got lots of
vitamin C.

coffee: caf
It's a dark brown drink.

salt: sal
It adds flavour to food.
You have it on the table.

sugar: azcar
It's sweet, you add it to tea or coffee.

honey: miel
It's sweet, it comes from bees.

olives: aceitunas
They grow on trees, they are
black or green.

beans: judas
They are red or white, they're healthy.

rice: arroz
It's an ingredient of paella. It's a type of cereal.

species : especias
They add different flavours to food. They're tasty.

Questions
Does Jamaica produce coconuts?

- Yes, I think so

- I'm not really sure


- No, I don't think so

Does you country produce olives?

Does Spain produce beans?

Jamaican coconut cake. Vocabulary (p. 25)

recipe: receta
grow: crecer
warm tropical climate: clima tropical templado
butter: mantequilla
brown sugar: azcar moreno
tablespoon: cucharada grande
teaspoon: cucharadita pequea
baking powder: levadura
grated dark chocolate: chocolate negro derretido
first of all: lo primero
last of all: por ltimo
bowl: cuenco
mix: mezclar
mixture: masa, mexcla
smooth: batido, mezclado
add: aadir
one at a time: uno a uno
flour: harina
greased baking tin: bandeja de horno engrasada
bake: hornear
oven: horno
pour: echar, derramar
serve: servir

The hurricane and the coconut tree. Vocabulary(p. 26)


hurricane: huracn
moving towards: movindse hacia
force five: de fuerza cinco
safe: seguro
path: camino
picks up: llevar, arrancar
drop: echar, derramar
storm: tormenta
devast: devastar
sadly: desgraciadamente

Grammar

Contables nouns

There is a banana There are some bananas


Hay un pltano Hay algunos pltanos

There isn't a banana There aren't any bananas


No hay un pltano No hay algunos pltanos

Is there a banana? Yes, there is / No, there isn't


Hay un pltano? Si hay / No hay

Are there any bananas? Yes, there are/ No, there aren't
Hay algunos pltanos? Si hay / No hay

Uncontable nouns

There is some sugar Hay azcar

There isn't any sugar No hay azcar

Is there any sugar? Hay azcar?

Yes, there is / No, there isn't Si hay/ No hay

Los nombres incontables van siempre en singular.


Cuando se especifica la cantidad, por ejemplo 3 bottles of milk, 2 packets of sugar se
consideran contables.

Some significa algunos o algo.


Any puede significar algo o algunos en interrogativo o ninguno o nada en negativo.

page 3
Do you remember the chidren from last year ?
Make senteces like these:
Example:
Megan/Wales

This is Megan. She is from Wales.


She is ice-skating.

Amani/Tanzania/walking in the savannah


Mara /Peru/visiting the museum
Kim/China/eating his lunch
Sally/Canada/fisihing
Jack/NewYork /running

Comic. Questions.
1- Where is Witty?
2- What is Beth doing?
3- Who comes through the window?
4- Who wins the fight?
5 - Who is Beth's hero?

Game . Copy and answer the questions.

1- Do you like iceskating? Yes, I do / No, I don't.


2- What are those animals? They are rhinos.
3- What's this country?
4- Go to Romania.
5- What time do you get up? At
6- What's she doing? She's sailing.
7- What's this country?
8- Go to Scotland.
9- She's a violinist / musician.
10- What's this? It's the little Italy / an Italian restaurant /restaurant.
11- What's this country?
12- What time do you have lunch?
13- Go to Greece.
14- what are those birds?
15- What's this country?
16- What's this?
17- Go to Australia.
18- What are those animals?
19- What's this country?
20- What's he doing? He's running.
21- What's this country?
22- He's a cook.
23- What's your favourite subject?
24- What time do you make your bed?At..
25- Go to Tunisia.
26- She's a nurse.
27- What's this?
28- Go to England.

UNIT 1 - Activities in Australia


VOCABULARY
ACTIVITIES - VERBS: go snorkelling, go waterskiing, go surfing, go kayaking,
go climbing, go hiking, go horseriding, go cycling

Repaso del curso anterior: wind-surfing, rollerblading, sailing, go


shopping, fishing, swimming, taking photos, cycling, walking, running, drinking,
listening to music, eating, wearing, diving, riding a bike, flying a kite, reading.

DAYS OF THE WEEK (repaso): Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday,


Friday, Saturday, Sunday.

TRALIA

Australia for kids.


Australia is a country in the Southern Hemisphere between the Pacific Ocean
and the Indian Ocean. .
Australia is the sixth biggest country in the world .
The Australian emblem is a flower called the Golden Wattle.
Australia is also the smallest continent in the world.
22 million people live in Australia.
About 80% of them live on the east coast.
About 60% live in and around the mainland state capitals of Sydney, Melbourne,
Brisbane, Perth and Adelaide.
Australia's capital city is Canberra.
Australia, New Zealand, New Guinea and other islands on the Australian
tectonic plate are together called Australasia. They form one of the world's great
ecozones.
When other Pacific islands are included, the term is Oceania.
Australia's landmass is 7,617,930 square kilometers .
The continent of Australia, including the island of Tasmania, was separated from
the other continents of the world many millions of years ago. Because of this,
many animals and plants live in Australia that do not live anywhere else. These
include animals like the kangaroo, the koala, the emu, the kookaburra, and the
platypus.
People first arrived in Australia more than 50,000 years ago. These native
Australians are called the Australian Aborigines.
Most of the Australian colonies were settled by Britain.
Australia is a member of the United Nations and the Commonwealth of Nations.
It is a parliamentary democracy and a constitutional monarchy with Elizabeth II
as Queen of Australia and Head of State and a Governor-General who is
chosen by the Prime Minister to carry out all the duties of the Queen in
Australia.

Answer the Questions


1- Where is Australia?
2- Is it a country or a continent?
3- What is the Australian emblem?
4- How many people live in Australia?
5- Where do people live?
6- What is included in Oceania?
7- Why are its animals different?
8- When did people first arrive in Australia?
9- Who is its Queen ?

Listen and Read . Answer the questions. p. 12


The Great Barrier Reef

1- Where's the Great Barrier Reef?


2- What's the best activity you can do at the Great Barrier Reef?
3- What others activities can you do there?
4- What do you do when you go snorkelling?

Cornwall

5- Where is Cornwall?
6- What's the weather like in summer?
7- What activities can you do in Cornwall?
8- What is the best activity?

STRUCTURES
Repaso de estructuras anteriores (para diferenciar):
SUJ + CAN + V
Ej.: My father can swim in the river.
SUJ + LIKE + OBJETO/COLOR/COMIDA...
Ej.: I like fish and chips.

Like:
SUJ + LIKE + V-ing
Ej.: We like listening to music at home.

Want:
SUJ + WANT TO + V
Ej.: My family wants to sail in the sea.
SUJ + WANT TO GO + V-ing
Ej.: The boy wants to go skateboarding in the park.
AFFIRMATIVE / NEGATIVE
SUJ = I, you, we, they ----> WANT / DON'T WANT TO GO +V-ing.
SUJ = he / she / it ---> WANTS / DOESN'T WANT TO GO +V-ing.

INTERROGATIVE
SUJ= DO------ I, you, we, they------WANT TO GO +V-ing?
SUJ= DOES ---he/she/it--------------WANT TO GO +V-ing?
Ej.:
The boy doesn't want to go skateboarding in the park.
Does the boy want to go skateboarding in the park?

RESPUESTA BREVE
-- Yes, SUJ (pronombre) + AUX
-- No, SUJ (pronombre) + AUX NEG

Ej.:
-- Yes, he/she/it does.
-- No, he/she/it doesn't.
--Yes, I/you/we/they do.
-- No, I,you/we/they don't

ON + DA DE LA SEMANA = los... (lunes)


Se puede poner tanto al principio (ms una coma) como al final de la frase.
Ej.:
On Monday, I want to go shopping.
I want to go shopping on Monday.

SENTENCES. Translate.
Example:
Mary quiere ir a practicar escalada. Mary wants to go climbing.
Yo quiero ir a hacer submarinismo.
l quiere hacer piragismo el sbado.
Nosotros queremos montar a caballo el domingo.
Example
Yo no quiero hacer surf el martes. I don't want to go surfing on Tuesday.
Ella no quiere ir a hacer senderismo el jueves.
Beth no quiere ir a navegar el lunes.
Tom quiere hacer escalada pero no quiere hacer senderismo.
Example:
Quieres t ir a practicar esqu acutico? No. Do you want to go water-
skiing? No, I dont.
Quiere l hacer ciclismo el lunes? Si.
Quieren ellos ir a montar a caballo el viernes? No.
Quiere Tom ir a patinar el mircoles? Si.
Click and listen 6.1. Escucha las palabras. Luego, pulsa START y trata
de escribirlas (puedes pulsar en el icono del altavoz para escucharlas de
nuevo).
Anagrams. Observa las imgenes y las letras. Luego, escribe las
palabras.

Auxiliares / Respuesta Corta


Yes and No answers. Actividad para practicar la respuesta corta.
Be & have short answers. 3 actividades.
Do / don't short answers. 2 actividades.
Do. Actividad online para practicar el auxiliar "do".
Want to Activities.
Story: Bush Hike
True or False.
They want to go hiking in the bush.
Beth wants to see koalas.
Meg wants to see kangaroos.
Tom wants to look at the koalas.
Tom is surfing in picture 8.
Australia is amazing.
Questions
Are they in the USA?
Are there rhinos and hippons in the bush?
Does Tom want to go snorkelling?
Do they want to go hiking ?

Complete.

Do/does+sujeto+want + to go + V-ing? Yes/No+sujeto+do/does/don't/doesn't

Do you want to.........cycling? Yes, .....do.


Does he ... to go snorkelling? No, he..........
Do ....want ....go cycling?Yes, I.........
.......she........to go snorkelling? ....., she does.


Make sentences like this with people on page 9.
Sally wants to go .....................on.......................,
........................on ...............................and .......................on....................


I want to go to Tarifa on holiday. It's a ...................place to visit. There are ten
kilometres of beautiful.................The ......................is
fantastic for water sports. Iwant to......................surfing and
..........................I don't .............to go hiking or climbing, but
there are lot of activities to do. I want to go birdwatching, to see lots of
exotic..............I also want to go .....................-riding, diving and kajaking!

Write about what you and your friend want to do on holidays.

I want to go ............

My friend wants to go ...........


UNIT 2 SIGHTSEEING IN LONDON

VOCABULARY
SIGHTS: square, palace, tower, stadium, street, church, gallery.
Repaso del curso anterior: statue, bridge, park, shop, museum,
cathedral, cinema, restaurant, train station, library, hospital, bank, theatre, post
office, castle, school, supermarket, market, ruins, police station, sports centre,
airport, harbour, shopping centre (mall), parking (lot), prision (jail), hotel, town
hall, zoo.
Nature places: river, lake, sea, beach, mountain.

ADJETIVES: big, small, short, tall, old, fast, slow, short, long, beautiful, fat, thin.

ADVERBS: very, lots of, many.


STRUCTURES
Comparativo de Superioridad: ADJ+ER THAN

Ej.: Big Ben is shorter than London Eye.

The tower is taller than the statue.


That ruins are older than the bridge.

Vocabulary comparatives
Big : grande bigger than: ms grande que
Small: pequeo/a smaller than: ms prqueo/a que
Tall: alto /a taller than: ms alto/a que
Short: bajo/a, corto /a shorter than: ms bajo/a/corto/a que
Long: largo /a longer than: ms largo/a que
Old: viejo/a, antiguo /a older than: ms viejo/a/antiguo/a que
Fast: rpido/a faster than: ms rpido/a que
Slow: lento/a slower than: ms lento/a que

Continous Present

SUJ + AM / ARE / IS (presente del v. to be) + V-ing


Ej.: I'm drinking.
You're studying.
She's running.

Ver to be + Verb-ing
Affirmative
I am walking: Yo estoy caminando
You are running: T ests corriendo
He is eating: l est comiendo
She is taking photos: Ella est hacienda fotos.
It is drinking: Eso est bebiendo.
We are listening to music: Nosotros estamos escuchando msica.
You are rollerblading: Vosotros estis patinando.
They are sailing: Ellos estn navegando.
Interrogative
Am I walking?
Are you running?
Is he eating?
Is she taking photos?
Is it drinking ?
Are we listening to music?
Are you rollerblading?
Are they sailing?
Negative
I am not walking.
You arent running.
He isnt eating.
She isnt taking photos.
It isnt drinking.
We arent listening to music.
You arent rollerblading.
They arent sailing.

Presente Simple (repaso):

SUJ (he/she) + V-s


Ej.: She eats a big sandwich.

ACTIVIDADES DE REFUERZO

Vocabulary - Town
Click and listen 6.2. Escucha las palabras. Luego, pulsa START y trata
de escribirlas (puedes pulsar en el icono del altavoz para escucharlas de
nuevo).
Comparativos
Frog 6.2. Lee la frase en la parte superior y busca la respuesta entre las
que aparecen abajo. Mueve las flechas arriba o abajo para desplazar la rana y
luego pulsa la barra espaciadora para que lance la lengua sobre la respuesta
elegida.
Stories: A sightseeing tour

There is / There are (repaso) Grammar: There is / there are 1 -There is /


there are 2 - There is / there are 3 (contables/incontables)
Story: The Robbery - The Robbery - exercise

Present Continous
Ejercicios online: Exercise 1. By The Yellow Pencil.
Ejercicios para imprimir: Exercise 1 - Exercise 2 -Exercise 3 - Exercise
4 - Exercise 5 - Exercise 6. ByThe Yellow Penci
Grammar - The Present Continuous: Exercise 1 -Exercise 2 - Exercise
3 - Exercise 4: affirmative -Exercise 5: affirmative and negative - Present
Continuous & daily routines
Story: The Wolf's in town (what are you doing?)

Stories. Lee y escucha la historia. Luego realiza el ejercicio, eligiendo la


expesin correcta para completar cada frase.
Chicken soup - Chicken soup - exercise
Happily ever after - Happily ever after - exercise
The three brothers - The three bothers - exercise
The Film Star - The Film Star - exercise

Exercises
p. 15
Sentences
El Big Ben es ms bajo que el London Eye
La calle Oxford es ms larga que la calle Regent.
La plaza Trafalgar es ms grande que la plaza Leicester.
Questions
Is London eye taller tan Big Ben?
Is Regent Street smaller than Oxford street?
Is Trafalgar square bigger than Leicester square?

p. 16 Comic
True or false
Saint Pauls Cathedral is big and very old.
Buckingham Palace is smaller than the cathedral.
Nelson Colum is a very big square.
Madame Tussauds is a wax models.
David Beckham is shorter than Beth.
p. 17 Make sentences.
Example:
a) Hes running, and hes slower than his friend.
p. 18 Questions:
Is Susan faster than Betty?
What number is Carols kayak?
Is Pauls boat bigger than Marys boat?
Whats Patricks number?
p. 19 Song. Complete:
The ..is shorter than the Seine
London Bridge is bigger than a
The is taller than Big Ben
And London Eye is taller than .

Shesaround London town


On the., on a ..
Shes travelling.London town
On the tube, bus

A .taxi is faster than a .


A red..is slower than a .
This .is slower than the

That tower is .than a


p. 20. Questions
Is London the capital city of the UK?
Is London bigger than Madrid?
Are there lots of sights? Write four examples.
Where does the Queen live?
Which street is longer, Oxford or Regent?
What are the typical famous things in London?
Write about your city
I live in ..Its aIts inIts bigger/smaller
than
There are lots of famous sights to see, for example:
Larios street
is.than...
Gibralfaro castle is
.than..
Mlaga is famous for other things too:
..
Dont forget to
eat.
Dont forget to go
to
Mlaga is..Come
to..Visit..
School Kids p. 22 23
Questions
1- What's Nathan's favourite day?
2- Why?
3- What does Jenny want to do today?
4- What is she reading at the moment?
5- What's the weather like?
6- What does Nathan want to do ?
7- Where is Jenny's mum?
8- Is Nathan faster than Jenny?
9- What does Jenny want to do after lunch?
10- What is Nathan doing after lunch?

Units 1 and 2 REVISION

1) Read and answer

Tom wants to go snorkelling, but he doesnt want to go surfing. Mary wants to


go kayaking and horseriding. Helen wants to go hiking but she doesnt want to
go climbing. They all want to go sailing.
- Does Tom want to go surfing?
- Does Mary want to go kayaking?
- Does Helen want to go sailing?
- Does Mary want to go horseriding?

True or false

Tom wants to go sailing.


Helen wants to go climbing.
Mary doesnt want to go dancing.

2) Answer
- Is Guadalquivir River longer than Guadalmedina River?
- Is Mulhacen shorter than Teide?
- Is Mlaga Cathedral bigger than Burgos Cathedral?
- Is your dad older than you?
- Is Iker Casillas slower than you?

True or false

Mlaga is bigger than Torremolinos.


Gibralfaro Castle is taller than Alcazaba.
Picasso Museum is more famous than
Thyssen Museum
Quasimodo Street is more beautiful than Larios Street.

UNIT 3 - Castles in Romania


VOCABULARY
Nuevo : castle, ticket office, bookshop, gardens, snack bar, gift shop, stables,
picnic area, toilets.
Repaso del tema anterior (y el curso anterior): square, palace, tower,
stadium, street, church, gallery, tower, statue, bridge, park, shop, museum,
cathedral, cinema, restaurant, train station, library, hospital, bank, theatre, post
office, castle, school, supermarket, market, ruins, police station, sports centre,
airport, harbour, shopping centre , parking , prision , hotel, town hall, zoo.
Nature places: river, lake, sea.
PREPOSITIONS: next to, behind, opposite, between, in, near, in front of, under,
on.
GIVING DIRECTIONS: turn right, turn left, go straight on.

FURNITURE (repaso): sofa, television, radio, lamp, telephone, bookcase,


chairs, table, bed, bedroom, bathroom, living room, kitchen.
ADJETIVES (repaso): big, small, short, tall, fantastic, beautiful.

ADVERBS (repaso): very, too, also.

ACTIVITIIES
Tuesday, January 7th, 2.014
p. 24
1)Study the vocabulary.

2)Answer the questions.

- Where's the snack bar?


(Dnde est...?) I't s...(Est...)
- Where's the ticket office ?
- Where's the bookshop?
- Where's the picnic area?
- Where's the gift shop?
- Where're the gardens?
(Dnde estn...? They're...(Estn)
- Where're the toilets?
- Where're the stables?

Next to : al lado de
Behind: detrs de
opposite: en frente de
Between: en medio de

Thursday, January 9th, 2.014

Story: The Spooky Castle

Comic p. 25-26

Questions
Where are Beth and Tom?
What's their friend's name?
Is Dracula's castle bigger than this one?
Where are the toilets?
Was there a vampire?
Who was the vampire?
True or false
They are in Italy.
They visit Gibralfaro castle.
There was a vampire in the castle.
Beth sees an actor.

STRUCTURES
Present (repaso)
Affirmative There is / there are. Ambos significan "hay". There isse usa en
singular (hay "uno"), y there are se usa en plural (hay "ms de uno").

Examples:
There is a shopping centre behind the school.
Hay un centro comercial detrs del colegio.

There are lots of restaurants next to the bank.


Hay muchos restaurantes al lado del banco.
Interrogative: Is There ? Hay? (uno) Are there? Hay? (ms de uno)

Short answers: Singular Yes, there is No, there isn,t


Plural Yes, there are No there aren,t
Examples:
Is there a museum opposite the cathedral? Yes, there is.
Hay un museo en frente de la catedral? Si, hay.
Are there two children in the park? Yes, there are.
Hay dos nios en el parque? Si, hay.

Negative: There isn't No hay (uno) There aren't No hay (ms de uno)
Examples:
There isn't a cinema between the post office and the hotel.
No hay un cine entre la oficina de correos y el hotel.
There aren't lots of banks next to the theatre.
No hay muchos bancos al lado del teatro.

Where is the theatre? It's behind the park. Go straight on and turn right.
Dnde est el teatro? Est detrs del parque. Sigue recto y gira a la
derecha.

Para preguntar dnde encuentra algo :


Singular: Where + is+.........? It's + preposition +...........
Plural: Where + are +......? They're + preposition +........

VERY IMPORTANT

THERE IS (hay, singular)) - IT IS (es, est)

THERE ARE (hay, plural) - THEY ARE (son, estn)

Practice with these sentences. Translate.


Hay un banco al lado de la comisara.
Hay dos restaurantes en frente de la oficina de correos.
No hay una catedral detrs del museo.
No hay muchos teatros en el centro de la ciudad.
Hay un polideportivo en frente del centro comercial? Si,
Hay muchos restaurantes al lado del parque? No.
Dnde est el museo? Est en frente del centro deportivo. Gira a la izquierda
y sigue recto.
Past (Nuevo)

Affirmative There was / there were. Ambos significan "habia".There was se


usa en singular (haba "uno"), y there were se usa en plural (haba "ms de
uno").

Examples:
There was a picnic area behind the school.
Haba una zona de picnic detrs del colegio.

There were lots of restaurants next to the gift shop.


Haba muchos restaurantes al lado de la tienda de regalos.
Interrogative:Was there ? Haba? (uno) Were there? Haba? (ms de
uno)

Short answers: Singular Yes, there was No, there wasn't


Plural Yes, there were No there weren't
Examples:
Was there a museum opposite the bookshop? Yes, there was
Haba un museo en frente de la librera? Si, haba.
Were there two children in the gardens? Yes, there were
Haba dos nios en los jardines? Si, haba.

Negative: There wasn't No haba (uno) There weren't No haba (ms de


uno)
Examples:
There wasn't a ticket office between the toilets and the snack bar.
No haba una taquilla entre los servicios y el bar.
There weren't stables next to the castle.
No haba establos al lado del castillo.

Present and Past


Frases comparando el pasado con el presente.
Before, there was a television, but now, there are four televisions.
Antes, haba un televisor, pero ahora, hay cuatro televisores.
Practice with these sentences. Translate.
Haba un banco al lado de la tienda de regalos.
Haba dos libreras en frente de la oficina de correos.
No haba una taquilla detrs del museo.
No haba muchos teatros en frente del castillo.
Haba un polideportivo en frente del parque? Si, haba.
Haba servicios al lado del restaurante? No, no haba.
Antes haba tres radios, pero ahora hay una radio.
Antes no haba un sof, pero ahora hay dos sofs.
Antes no haba un ordenador, pero ahora hay tres ordenadores.

ACTIVITIES
Vocabulary - Town
Click and listen 6.3. Escucha las palabras. Luego, pulsa START y trata
de escribirlas (puedes pulsar en el icono del altavoz para escucharlas de
nuevo).

Frog 6.3. Lee la frase en la parte superior y busca la respuesta entre las
que aparecen abajo. Mueve las flechas arriba o abajo para desplazar la rana y
luego pulsa la barra espaciadora para que lance la lengua sobre la respuesta
elegida.
Grammar: There was / there were (afirmativa) - There was / there were
(afirmativa, negativa, interrogativa)
Story: The Spooky Castle

There was from MargaRenedo

BRAN CASTLE

Questions Where is Bran Castle?


How old is it ?
How do people call it?
Why?

What was it in the past?


What is it now?
What has it got?
Project
Write about a famous castle in the World.

................Castle is in.........................
It's near.............................................
It's .....................................years old.
It was built by....................................
It was................................................
Now it is............................................
It has.................................................
There is/are...........................opposite/
next to/behind....................................

UNIT 4 - Myths from Greece

VOCABULARY

ADJETIVES: strong, young, old, brave, beautiful, handsome, ugly, ingelligent,


nice.
Repaso: big, small, short, tall, fast, slow, short, long, happy, sad, fat, thin,
funny, serious, shy.
Referidos al pelo: short, long, curly, wave, straight, blond, dark.
Otros rasgos: a beard, glasses, a moustache.

FAMILY (repaso): husband, wife, son, daughter.


Repaso: father, mother, grandfather, grandmother, brother, sister.

VERBS - PAST: was/were (to be), had got (to have got), visited (to visit),
watched (to watch), liked (to like).

STRUCTURES

1. ADJETIVES ORDER
Cuando un adjetivo acompaa a un sustantivo, se coloca primero el
adjetivo y despus el sustantivo. ADJETIVO + SUSTANTIVO. Ej.: A beautiful
woman.
Cuando varios adjetivos acompaan a un mismo sustantivo, se colocan
siguiendo el siguiente orden:

1. Opinin beautiful, nice, ugly, fantastic...


2. Tamao y longitud big, small, medium, long, short...
3. Caractersticas generalesxxxxx quiet, strong, fat...
4. Edad y temperatura old, new, young, hot, cold...
5. Forma y superficie round, square, curly, straight, narrow...
6. Personalidad shy, serious, brave, intelligent...
7. Color red, yellow, blue, blond, dark, fair...

EXAMPLES
A big, red nose. (Una nariz grande y roja)
A pretty, young woman. (Una mujer guapa y joven)
A long, curly, blond hair. (Pelo largo, rizado y rubio). (

2. PAST - Simple Past

Tiempo Oraciones Usos Indicadores


Accin en el pasado, que se
A: He lived yesterday
desarroll una vez, varias veces o
here. 2 minutes
nunca.xx
Simple N: He didn't live agoxx
Acciones que tuvieron lugar una
Pastxx here.xx in 1990
detras de otra.
Q: Did he live the other day
Accin que tuvo lugar en medio de
here? last Friday
otra.

Cmo se forma el verbo en pasado

Verbos Irregulares

to BE to HAVE Verbos Regulares


I was Aadiendo el sufijo -ed a la forma verbal
you were
had
he/she/itwas Si el verbo termina en -y-, sta cambia a
(para todas las
we were -i-
personas)
you were cuando se aade -ed. Por ejemplo: cry >
they were cried.

Estructura de la frase en pasado


En general, las oraciones en pasado tienen el mismo orden que las oraciones
en presente:
A.: SUJETO + VERBO + COMPLEMENTO.
N.: SUJETO + AUXILIAR + N'T + COMPLEMENTO.
Q.: AUXILIAR + SUJETO + VERBO + COMPLEMENTO?

Por tanto, lo nico que vara es el AUXILIAR que se va a utilizar.

Auxiliares: DID - WAS / WERE - HAD


Los verbos to BE y to HAVE son verbos auxiliares y no necesitan otro
auxiliar. Por tanto, si una frase lleva uno de estos verbos, el orden ser:
o A.: SUJETO + VERBO AUX. + COMPLEMENTO.
o N.: SUJETO + VERBO AUX-N'T + COMPLEMENTO.
o Q.: VERBO AUX + SUJETO + COMPLEMENTO?
Examples:

She was a beautiful woman. They had a big museum there.


She wasn't a beautiful woman. They hadn't a big museum there.
Was she a beautiful woman? Had they a big museum there?
El resto de verbos, necesitan un auxiliar, que en pasado es DID. Cuando
se incluye el auxiliar de pasado en la frase, el verbo deja de ir en pasado y se
adopta su forma de presente. Si una frase lleva uno de estos verbos, el orden
ser:>> A.: SUJETO + VERBO + COMPLEMENTO.
o N.: SUJETO + AUX-N'T + VERBO + COMPLEMENTO.
o Q.: AUX + SUJETO + VERBO + COMPLEMENTO?
Examples:

He visited his granfather. You watched a play in the theatre.


He didn't visit his granfather. You didn't watch a play in the theatre.
Did he visit his granfather? Did you watch a play in the theatre?

Past Questions
What? - qu?
Who? - quin?
Where? - dnde?
When? - cundo?
How? - cmo?
Why? - por qu?
How much? - cunto?
How many? - cuntos?
What time? - a qu hora?

WH- + AUXILIAR + SUJETO + VERBO + COMPLEMENTO?


Examples:
Where were the first Olympic Games?
Who had a long nose?
When did you visit this town?
REINFORCE ACTIVITIES
Adejetives
Click and listen 6.4. Escucha las palabras. Luego, pulsa START y trata
de escribirlas (puedes pulsar en el icono del altavoz para escucharlas de
nuevo).

Verb to be past tense.


Exercise - Was or Were?
Monts Morales - Grammar - Past Simple of Be:Exercise 1:
affirmative - Exercise 2: negative -Exercise 3: affirmative and negative
Story (Past): Tilly and the tsunami - Tilly and the tsunami - exercise
TRANSLATE THESE SENTENCES Descriptions
Past verb to be (was - were)
Era un hombre fuerte.
Eran mujeres inteligentes.
Menelaus era viejo y feo.
Ella era joven y muy guapa.
ramos valientes.
Paris era muy guapo.

Past verb to have (had)

Tena los ojos azules y el pelo largo.


Tena el pelo largo, moreno y rizado.
Tenamos el pelo largo y gris y una barba blanca.
Ella tena el pelo largo y rubio y los ojos marrones.
Ellos tenan el pelo liso y negro y los ojos verdes.
Tenan los ojos azules y el pelo largo y rizado.

Posesion and family.

Helen era su esposa inteligente.


Era el hermano de Mara.
Aquilles era el amigo de Menelaus.
Mi madre era la hermana de Isabel.
Su hermana era alta y delgada.
Vuestro padre era fuerte y nuestro abuelo era bajo.

Possessive adjetives:
my
your
his
her
our
your
their
Saxon Genitive:
Ej.
Susan's sister: La hermana de Susana

Past (regular)
Verbos de esta unidad: LIKE (liked) - VISIT (visited) - WATCH (watched)

Sally visit un teatro ayer.


Le gustaron las estatuas.
Vimos una pelcula en el cine.
Les gust mucho la Alhambra.
Visitamos un teatro griego.
Vieron jarrones antiguos.
Frog 6.4.
Stories:
o En presente: Ferdinand's hair -Ferdinand's hair - exercise.
o En pasado: At the Greek Theatre
Questions:
Where are Tom and Beth?
What are they visiting?
Where is it?
Do they want to see the theatre?
What is the play about?
Is Beth thirsty?
Was Helen young and beautiful?
Was Menelaus Helen's husbad?
Was he young and handsome?
Was Paris in love with Helen?
Was Achilles angry?

p. 35 Activity 1

Describe the characters. (Copia el ejemplo y haz lo mismo con los dems
personajes, cambia las palabras destacadas).

Example a) Achilles was young and strong. He had wavy longhair ,


a beard and a moustache.

p. 36 Activity 2

Postcard 1. True or false. (Copia las frases y di verdadero o falso)

They visited a very new and ugly theatre.

They watched a play about Helen of Troy.

Achilles wasnt brave and Helen wasn`t beautiful.

Then they visited teh Parthenon.

It was a very old Roman temple.

The museum was opposite.

There were many beautiful statues there.

p. 36 Activity 3

Postcard 2. Questions.(contesta)

What did they visit?

Had the tour guide long dark hair?

Did they like the Parthenon?

Who was Menelaus?


How many places did they visit?

p. 36 Activity 3

Postcard 3. Complete. (Copia y completa)

They visited a of places, a..,


a.and a..

The tour guide had..,.hair, and his name


was..

The play was

In the museum there .a statue of

She was..

p. 37 Activity 4

Copy the song and translate. Use the dictionary.(Copia y traduce)

p. 38 Activity 5.

Copy and answer the questions in the book.(Copia y contesta las preguntas
del libro)

p. 38 Activity 6

Blue text. Complete.(Texto azul. Completa)

They visited the ..Arqueology

There.lots of acient.of the .gods.

Zeus was the of..

People .the first Olimopic Games in the .776


BC.

We really the museum.


p. 38 Activity 7

Red text. Write in order. (Texto rojo. Escribe en orden)

visited the British Museum We yesterday

statues ancient there were lots of -.

Apollo Zeus Athena statues there were of and

their father Zeus was

Activity 8. Translate the sentences. (Traduce).

Ellos visitaron El Partenn ayer.

Nosotros vimos una obra de teatro sobre Elena de Troya.

Me gust mucho el museo.

En el museo haba estatuas de dioses griegos.

Zeus era el rey de Olimpia.

Pasado - Verbos Regulares


Montse Morales - Grammar: Regular verbs in the past:
crossword - Regular verbs in the past -Vocabulary & regular verbs in the past
>
Story (Past): The Four Dragons - The Four Dragons - exercise

Wh- Questions
8 Wh- words 4 (Write the word)
13 Wh- words
PROYECTOS

- Glog. Make a glog with eduglogster about a Myth from Greece.


Use the following structures:
................was...............and........(caractersticas generales, personalidad)
................had...............(pelo, ojos, barba, bigote, coleta..)
................was ...............'s husband/wife/son/daughter, sister/brother
(parentesco)
................was the god/king.................................(tipo de mito).

It must have:
1 video
4 sentences
3 images

- Writting . Write about a visit to a museum or a cultural place, for example La


Alhambra, La Alcazaba, Picasso Museum...
Do the work in a small card, glue an image and write at least 5 lines.
Example:

Yesterday / Last Wednesday/month/year


we visited..........................................................
It was.................................................................
We watched........................................................
There was/were..................................................
It had................................................................
I liked it / I didn't like it because........................
..

Tuesday, March 25th 2.014


p. 40 41
Questions
Did Jenny visit her grandad?
Does Rachel want to see the photos?
Was there an ugly castle in the town?
Was there a nice little caf ?
Where was the caf?
Does Nathan want to see goodbye to the girls?
What is Sammy?
Is Nathan jelaous?
Had Sammy beautiful brown eyes?
Match
Hi Jenny. How was
But I wasn't
my granny's dog.
With Sammy and his beautiful, brown eyes.
Your holiday?
Of Sammy.
Fantastic!
Sammy was
Yes, it was
This is a photo

UNIT 5 - Heroes from Scotland


VOCABULARY

VERBS - PAST

Regular verbs

invent - invented: inventar


talk - talked: charlar
help - helped: ayudar
discover - discovered: descubrir

Irregular verbs

write - wrote :escribir


become - became: llegar a ser
went - go: ir
see - saw: ver
Repaso: was/were (to be), had (to have ), visited (to visit), watched (to
watch), liked (to like)
JOBS: doctor, scientist, inventor, explorer, teacher, writer
STRUCTURES
Grammar. Regular and Irregular Verbs.
The structure for positive sentences in the past simple tense is:

subject + main verb


past
The structure for negative sentences in the past simple tense is:

subject + auxiliary verb + not + main verb


did base
The structure for question sentences in the past simple tense is:

auxiliary verb + subject + main verb


did base
The auxiliary verb did is not conjugated. It is the same for all persons (I did, you
did, he did etc). And the base form and past form do not change. Look at these
examples with the main verbsgo and work:

subject auxiliary verb main verb

I went to school.
+
You worked very hard.

She did not go with me.


-
We did not work yesterday.

Did you go to London?


?
Did they work at home?
Exception! The verb to be is different. We conjugate the verb to be (I was, you
were, he/she/it was, we were, they were); and we donot use an auxiliary for
negative and question sentences. To make a question, we exchange the subject
and verb. Look at these examples:

subject main verb

I, he/she/it was here.


+
You, we, they were in London.

I, he/she/it was not there.


-
You, we, they were not happy.

Was I, he/she/it right?


?
Were you, we, they late?
Use of the Past Simple Tense

ACTIVITIES
p. 42
Answer
1- Who discovered Victoria Falls?
2- Where did Livingstone go?
3- What did he discover?
4- Was he an explorer?
5- Did he discover Niagara Falls?

6- Who invented the telephone?


7- What did Bell do?
8- What did he invent?
9- Was he an inventor?
10- Did he invent the telephone?

11- Who discovered penicilline?


12- What did Fleming discover?
13- Did he help people?
14- Was he a teacher?
15- Did he discover electricity?

16- Who wrote Peter Pan?


17- What did Barrie write?
18- Did he become very famous?
19- Was he a writer?
20- Did he write El Quijote?

Click and listen 6.5. Escucha las palabras. Luego, pulsa START y trata
de escribirlas (puedes pulsar en el icono del altavoz para escucharlas de
nuevo).

Irregular Verbs
23 Irregular verbs (1a) (easy)
23 Irregular verbs (1b) (difficult)
23 Other irregular verbs (2a) (easy)
23 Other irregular verbs (2b) (difficult)
34 Irregular verbs: a crossword
35 irregular verbs: a crossword
Vocabulary & irregular verbs in the past

Simple Past
Pool of Exercises - Simple Past: De entre ms de 600 oraciones, se
mostrarn frases al azar para practicar el pasado simple, en dificultad
creciente. Tienes que formar frases afirmativas, negativas o interrogativas.
Incluye verbos regulares e irregulares (si alguno de los verbos no lo conoces,
puedes consultarlo en el diccionario Word-Reference; tambin encontrars el
enlace en el men).
o Oraciones afirmativas: Exercise 1 -Exercise 2 - LExercise
3 - Exercise 4 -Exercise 5
o Oraciones negativas: Exercise 1 -Exercise 2 - Exercise
3 - Exercise 4 -Exercise 5
o Oraciones interrogativas: Exercise 1 -Exercise 2 - Exercise
3 - Exercise 4 -Exercise 5
o Preguntas con pronombres interrogativos:Exercise 1 -
o Preguntas y respuestaResp: Respuesta larga -
Para imprimir: Exercises on Simple Past
Frog 6.5. Lee la frase en la parte superior y busca la respuesta entre las
que aparecen abajo. Mueve las flechas arriba o abajo para desplazar la rana y
luego pulsa la barra espaciadora para que lance la lengua sobre la respuesta
elegida.
Regular & Irregular verbs:
o Past simple afirmative: Exercise 1 -Exercise 2 - Exercise
3 - Exercise 4
o Past simple negative: Exercise 1 -Exercise 2 - Exercise 3
o Past simple questions: Past simple questions 1 - Past simple
questions 2- Past simple questions 3
Stories in Past. Lee la historia y luego completa la actividad, eligiendo
la expresin correcta (en presente o en pasado) para completar las
expresiones. Luego, pulsa en SCORE par comprobar tus respuestas
o Where's Nessie?
o The oldest pupil - The oldest pupil - exercise
o Nasreddin and the pot - Nasreddin and the pot - exercise
o Adventure Island - Adventure Island - exercise
o Robin Hood and the archery contest -Robin Hood and the archery
contest - exercise
Tests. Simple Past: Level 1, Level 2, Level 3.

The Irregular Verbs. Listado de verbos irregulares, con imgenes y frases de


ejemplo.

Reading & Comprehension: The Canterville Ghost. Text and online activities.
Printed version of the text and activities.
ESL Listening Exercise: Past Tense for Beginners

Heroes from Scotland

Alexander Graham Bell was an


eminent scientist, inventor,engineer and innovator. He invented the telephone.
He was born in Edinburg in 1.847 and he died in Canada in1.922.
Bell's father, grandfather, and brother worked on elocution andspeech, and
both his mother and wife were deaf influencing Bell's life's work. Bell was
awarded with the first U.S. patent for the telephone in 1876. Many other
inventions marked Bell's life, including work in optical
telecommunications, hydrofoils andaeronautics. In 1888, Alexander Graham
Bell became one of the founding members of the National Geographic Society.

Alexander Fleming is one of the most famous scientists in the world, due to its
discovery of penicillin. Penicillin was the first antibiotic used to treat bacterial
infections, saving millions of lives. Alexander Fleming was born in Scotland in
1881. At the age of 14 he moved to London, where he studied medicine. His
scientific work was developed at St. Mary's Medical School, London University.
Fleming discoverd penicillin in 1928.
Fleming won the 1945 Nobel prize of physiology and medicine.
Alexander Fleming died in 1955.
. David Livingstone was born in Scotland in 1.813 and he dies in 1.873. He
was a Scottish pioneer medical missionary and explorerin Africa. Perhaps one
of the most popular national heroes of the late 19th century in Victorian Britain.
He discovered Victoria Falls.
His fame as an explorer helped drive forward the obsession with discovering
the sources of the River Nile that formed the culmination of the classic period of
European geographical discovery and colonial penetration of the African
continent.

James Matthew Barrie, was born in Scotland in 1.860. He was


a Scottish author and dramatist, best remembered today as the creator of Peter
Pan. He moved to London, where he developed a career as a novelist . There
he met the Llewelyn Davies boys who inspired him in writing about a baby boy
who has magical adventures in Kensington Gardens , then to write Peter Pan,
or The Boy Who Wouldn't Grow Up, a "fairy play" about this ageless boy and
an ordinary girl named Wendy who have adventures in the fantasy setting
of Neverland. Before his death, he gave the rights to the Peter Pan works
to Great Ormond Street Hospital, which continues to benefit from them.

Video about Scotland

Presentation about Scotland. It was made by Natalia Frolova.

Scotland, by Natalia Frolova fromangelescamposenglishteacher

Sentences
Ellos vieron a Nessie el verano pasado.
La familia tom el almuerzo en el retaurante.
Un hombre ayud a un nio a escapar de Nessie.
Ruth descubri una barca en el lago.
Fleming descubri la penicilina.
Coln descubri Amrica.
Cervantes escribi el Quijote.
Picasso pint el Guernica.
Bill Gates fund Microsoft.
Einsten desarroll la teora de la relatividad.
Leonardo Da Vinci pint la Mona Lisa
Vicent Van Gohg pint Los Girasoles
John Lennon compuso Imagine
JK Rowling escribi Harry Potter
Michael Jackson era el rey del pop

Write the the sentences interrogative and negative.


Example:
They saw Nessy last summer
Did they see Nessy las summer?
Yes, they did/No, they didn't
They didn't see Nessy last summer
Questions p. 46
What did he visit? He visited...
When did he visit the nature reserve?
Where is the nature reserve?
What did they watch?
Where did they see the cows?
When did they go birdwatching?
What were doing the eagles?
What did he discover?
Where did they go with the little eagle?
Did they help the little eagle?
What did he write?
Why?

p. 48 Reading

A) ANSWER THE QUESTIONS

Alexander Graham Bell

1- Was he an English man?

2- When did he go to Canada?

3- Was he a doctor too?

4- Did he become an explorer?


5- What did he invent?
6- When?

7- How old was he?

8- When was the first telephone call?

9- Did he become very rich and famous?

Alexander Fleming

1- Was he a famous scientist?

2- Was he American?

3- How many children did he have?

4- Where did he go?

5- What did he become?

6- When did he discover penicilline?

7- Why was it so important?

8- What did he do after his discovery?


9- What did he get in 1945?

B) COMPLETE

In 1.870 Bell went to.and then to the ..

He was a., but he became a.

He the telephone in.

He was..

The first .was on

He became.and

Fleming was a..

He was.and he had

He .toand he ......a doctor and a


.

He discovered..in.

and he ..an importat..

It.a ..miracle

He.a lot of.

He.. lots of and articles


his

Inhe got
PROJECTS
Projects
Telling about famous people in the past. Contar brevemente la historia de
personajes histricos . Usa verbos en pasado. Hazlo en forma de glog.
You can find information here.
Example:
Christopher Columbus was born in 1451 .He was Italian. He was
an explorer, colonizer, and navigator. He discovered America. He was the
principle discoverer of America. His discoveries and travels were very importat
for the European colonisation of Latin and North America.
Christopher Columbus was born in Genoa, in Italy. His father was a
middle class wool merchant. Columbus learnt to sail when he was very young,
and worked as a business agent, travelling around Europe to England, Ireland
and later along the West coast of Africa. He read extensively on astronomy,
science and navigation. He spoke fluent in Latin, Portuguese and Spanish. He
died in 1506.
Portfolio
My grandparents. Investigar la historia de nuestros abuelos o bisabuelos: sus
nombres, dnde nacieron y vivieron, cuntos hijos tuvieron, cul fue su
profesin, y todo aquello que se considere importante para comentar. Hazlo en
cartulina.
Example:
My grandad was born in..............,in.............
He was....................
He had...................hair and .....................eyes, he had a.................and
a.................
He was a ......................
Then, he worked as a............
He became............................
He lived in.........................
He got married to.......................
They had......................children
Then, he lived in.....................
He traveld to.......................
He liked...............................
He died in....................(in case).

UNIT 6 - Holidays in Tunisia


VOCABULARY
What are you going to do? Qu vas t a hacer?
Affirmative

I'm going to go to the beach: yo voy a ir a la playa


You're going to visit the island: T vas a visitar la isla
He's going to go to the harbour: l va a ir al puerto
She's going to go to the market: Ella va a ir al mercado
We're going to visit the ruins: Nosotros vamos a visitar las ruinas
You're going to climb a mountain: Vosotros vais a escalar una montaa
They're going to hire a boat: Ellos van a alquilar una barca
I'm going to visit an oasis: Yo voy a visitar un oasis

Interrogative

Are you going to hire a boat? : Vas t a alquilar una barca? Yes, I am / No, I'm
not
Is he going to go to beach? : Va l a ir a la playa?

Negative

She isn't going to visit the ruins: Ella no va a visitar las ruinas
We aren't going to climb a mountain: Nosotros no vamos a escalar una
montaa

Two affirmative sentences


I,m going to play football and ride a bike.
Two negative sentences
I,m not going to visit the museum or go to the harbour.
One affirmative sentence and a negative one
I'm going to go to the beach but I'm not going to hire a boat.

Vocabulary Revision

go snorkelling, go waterskiing, go surfing, go kayaking, go climbing, go hiking,


go horseriding, go cycling
play football, go dancing, go to the cinema, go wind-surfing,
play volleyball, go for a walk, ride a camel, play the guitar, read a book, play
table tennis, go skateboarding, hire a bike,

In the morning: Por la maana


In the afternoon: Por la tarde
In the evening: Por la tarde/noche

STRUCTURES
El futuro prximo se forma :
Sujeto + Verbo to be + going to + Verbo principal.
He's going to visit the oasis.
La forma interrogativa se hace igual que el verbo to be, cambiando el
orden.
Is he going to visit the oasis? Yes, he is / No, he isn't
La forma negativa se forma tambin como el verbo to be, aadiendo not
contraido o sin contraer.
He isn't going to visit the oasis.
ACTIVITIES
p.51 Read and answer.
1- Is he going to visit an oasis?
- Is he going to hire a boat?
2- Is she going to go to the market?
Is she going to go to the beach?
3- Is he going to go to the market?
Is he going to hire a boat?
p. 51 - 52 Story.
Story: A Camel Safari
Say true or false.
1- They are in Tunisia.
2- Samir is going on a camel safari with his parents.
3- Tom isn't tired.
4- Tom is very hot.
5- They aren't going to ride some camels.
6- Tom wants to drink some water.
p. 53 Make 9 sentences. Example:
a) David is going to play football in the morning.
p. 54 Read and classify the sentences.
Emma
In the morning In the afternoon In the evening
David
In the morning In the afternnon In the evening
Phil
In the morning In the afternoon In the evening
Click and listen 6.6. Escucha las palabras. Luego, pulsa START y trata
de escribirlas (puedes pulsar en el icono del altavoz para escucharlas de
nuevo).
Learn the story.
Grammar. Practice.
Future with be going to: Exercise 1 - Exercise 2 -Exercise 3
Will or be going to?
Sentences. Translate.
Mary va a ir a bailar por la tarde.
Nosotros vamos a ir a Cazorla la semana que viene.
Tom va a jugar a l volleyball por la noche.
Yo voy a ir al cine por la tarde.
T vas a ir a la playa por la maana.
. Questions:
- Are you going to Cazorla next week?
- Are you going to High School in September?
- Is your friend going to the beach this Saturday?
- Is your mum going to the supermarket tomorrow?
- Are your friends going to the swimming pool this summer?

Game. Play in class

p. 56 Reading

Answer the questions

Text 1

Whats the schools name?

Where are they going to go?

When are they going to go?

Are they going to visit the ruins?

What time are they going to get up on the second day?

What activities are they going to do on the third day?

Whats Chott El Jerid ?

Text 2

Whats the schools name?

Where are they going to go?


When are they going to go?

What are they going to do in the morning?

Are they going to visit the zoo after lunch?

What are they going to eat?

What time are they going to be back in London?

Write a similar text

15th July
High School Salvador Rueda
Benidorm
1st day . Get up at 6 o'clock Visit Terra Mtica
2nd day Go to the beach. Go dancing after dinner.
3rd day Visit the aquatic zoo .
4th day Have fish for lunch at a restaurant.
Be back at 9.30 in the evening

- A holiday place .
Make a computer project about a vacation place, including: country name, flag,
map, activities that can be performed there (with photos and a brief
description), and an explanation of what I am going to do when
I go there (imaginary or real).
Example:

This summer I'm/We're going to visit................


I's a beautiful/wonderful/great city/country/place................
It's...........................
It's located in.............
It's flag is..............
It's map is..............
It's language is..........
Then, I'm/We're going to see.............
On the first/second /third/fourth/day I'm/We're going to go to...........................in
the morning/afternoon/evening

After breakfast/lunch/dinner I'm/We're going to ...............


I'm going to...........but my mum/dad/brother/sister/friend isn't gointg to.............
I'm/We're going to have a great/excellent time
Send it by the moodle, webquest summer holidays activity.

School Kids Story 3


Answer the questions
Where are Jenny and Nathan?
Does Jenny like scary films?
Is Nathan scared during the film?
What was the film about?
Did Nathan tell Rachel that he was scared?

True or false
They are at the theatre
Nathan likes scary films
Nathan told his friends that he was scared
The film was about pirates

End of year revision


Sentences
Beth quiere hacer senderismo.
Yo quiero hacer esqu acutico.
El Big Ben es mas bajo que el London Eye
Mlaga es ms pequea que Madrid.
Dnde est la tienda de regalos?
Est al lado de los servicios
Dnde estn los jardines?
Estn en frente de la librera.
Athena era inteligente.
Elena de Troya era rubia y tena el pelo largo.
David Livingstone vio las cataratas Victoria.
Graham Bell invent el telfono.
Qu vas a hacer este verano?
Voy a ir a la playa por la maana y al cine por la tarde.