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World English 1!

Martin Milner

WORLD ENGLISH 1
World English is an exciting new four-skills program which uses lively and
compelling content, images, and video to teach the language that learners need
to succeed in their classrooms and daily lives. The series is built upon clear and
practical learning goals which are presented and practiced through motivating
themes and topics. World English uses real people, real places, and real language to
connect English language learners to the world.

Features:
C ommunicative tasks develop language strategies that increase students comfort
level in real-world settings.
Video from National Geographic Digital Media on the DVD and Student CD-ROM
allows teachers to bring the text to life both in the classroom and individually.
World English provides extensive teacher support through the Teachers Edition,
DVD, Assessment CD-ROM with ExamView, and the Teacher Web Site.

The Student CD-ROM includes:


All audio material from the Audio CD
All video clips from the DVD
Interactive activities that provide instant feedback

Level 1
Student Book with Student CD-ROM 978-1-4240-6336-9
Student CD-ROM 978-1-4240-6315-4
Workbook 978-1-4240-6303-1
Online Video Workbook 978-1-4240-6319-2
Teachers Edition 978-1-4240-6299-7
Audio CD 978-1-4240-6307-9
DVD 978-1-4240-6311-6
Assessment CD-ROM with ExamView (Intro & Level 1) 978-1-4240-6327-7

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Real People Real Places Real Language

Martin Milner

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CONTENTS

Scope and Sequence ................................................................................................................................................................................ iv


Get to Know Your World!......................................................................................................................................................................... vi

Unit 1 People ......................................................................................................................................................................................... 2


Video Journal .......................................................................................................................................................................... 12

Unit 2 Work, Rest, and Play ............................................................................................................................................................ 14


Video Journal .......................................................................................................................................................................... 24

Unit 3 Going Places............................................................................................................................................................................ 26


Video Journal .......................................................................................................................................................................... 36

Unit 4 Food ............................................................................................................................................................................................. 38


Video Journal .......................................................................................................................................................................... 48

Unit 5 Sports .......................................................................................................................................................................................... 50


Video Journal .......................................................................................................................................................................... 60

Unit 6 Destinations ............................................................................................................................................................................ 62


Video Journal .......................................................................................................................................................................... 72

Unit 7 Communication.................................................................................................................................................................... 74
Video Journal .......................................................................................................................................................................... 84

Unit 8 The Future................................................................................................................................................................................. 86


Video Journal .......................................................................................................................................................................... 96

Unit 9 Shopping for Clothes ........................................................................................................................................................ 98


Video Journal .......................................................................................................................................................................... 108

Unit 10 Lifestyles .................................................................................................................................................................................... 110


Video Journal .......................................................................................................................................................................... 120

Unit 11 Achievements ........................................................................................................................................................................ 122


Video Journal .......................................................................................................................................................................... 132

Unit 12 Consequences ....................................................................................................................................................................... 134


Video Journal .......................................................................................................................................................................... 144

Bonus Communication Activities ...................................................................................................................................................... 146


Skills Index........................................................................................................................................................................................................ 150
Credits ......................................................................................................................................................................................................... 152

Contents iii

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Speaking and Reading and
Unit Goals Grammar Vocabulary Listening
Unit Goals Pronunciation Writing
People page 2
Meet people Review of present tense: Occupations Focused listening: Asking for and People from
UNIT 1

Ask for and give personal to be Personal giving personal Around the World
Countries
information Be + adjective introductions information
Writing about a
Nationalities
Describe different (+ noun) Contractions: person and
occupations Possessive nouns Descriptive m, re, s her occupation
Talk about people and their adjectives
occupations
Work, Rest, and Play page 14
Talk about a work day Review: Daily activities Focused listening: Talking about daily Carnival:
UNIT 2

Talk about free time Simple present tense Party words A radio celebrity schedules and One Festival,
Adverbs of frequency interview free time Many Faces
Describe a festival or
a celebration Verbs that end in s Writing a
Compare different festivals descriptive
paragraph
Going Places page 26
Identify possessions Possession Travel preparations General listening: Giving personal Smart Traveler:
UNIT 3

Ask for and give personal and stages Conversations information for Expert Opinion
Imperatives and should
travel information at travel travel forms
for advice Travel documents Writing travel tips
destinations
Give travel advice and money Rising intonation
Share special travel tips in lists
with others
Food page 38
Talk about food Count and noncount Food General and Role-play: Bugs as Food
nouns: some and any focused listening: purchasing food
UNIT 4

Order a meal Diets Writing a


In a restaurant at a store
Talk about diets How much, how favorite recipe
many with quantifiers: Ordering from
Discuss unusual and
a menu
favorite foods lots of, a few, a little
Reduced forms:
Do you have . . .
and Would
you like . . .
Sports page 50
Talk about activities Present Doing sports General and Talking about what Climbing the
UNIT 5

happening now continuous tense focused listening: people are doing Dragons Spires
Team sports
Compare every day and Every day now
Stative verbs Writing an email
present time activities Individual sports activities vs.
Discussing favorite
todays activities
Talk about favorite sports sports
Discuss adventure holidays Reduced form:
What are you . . .
Destinations page 62
Talk about past Simple past tense Travel activities General listening: Comparing The City of Machu
UNIT 6

vacation trips A vacation vacations Picchu, the Cradle


Simple past tense: Emphatic adjectives
Exchange information of the Inca Empire
to be Describing personal
about vacations experiences Writing a postcard
Use was/were to describe a Sounds of
personal experience ed endings
Talk about a discovery
from the past

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Speaking and Reading and
Unit Goals Grammar Vocabulary Listening
Pronunciation Writing
Communication page 74
Talk about personal Verbs with direct and Communication Focused listening: Asking for contact The Secret
communication indirect objects A radio call-in information Language of
UNIT 7

Electronics
Give and write down program Dolphins
Linking verbs Describing sights,
contact details The senses
sounds and other Writing a
Describe characteristics sensations text message
and qualities Endings ty and
Compare different types of teen
communication
The Future page 86
Talk about plans Be going to Plans General listening: Talking about Future Energy
UNIT 8

Discuss long and short A talk show weekend plans


Will for predictions Weather conditions Writing statements
term plans Discussing the about the future
Make weather predictions weather
Discuss the future Reduced form of
going to
Shopping for Clothes page 98
Make comparisons Comparatives Clothing Focused listening: Talking about Silkthe Queen of
UNIT 9

Explain preferences Shoe shopping clothes Textiles


Superlatives Descriptive
Talk about clothing adjectives Shoppingat the Writing about
materials store and online favorite clothes
Clothing materials
Understand and describe Rising and falling
a process intonation
Lifestyles page 110
UNIT 10

Give advice on Modalscould, ought Healthy and General listening: Discussing The Secrets of
healthy habits to, should, must, have to unhealthy habits Personal healthy and Long Life
Suggest ways to improve lifestyles unhealthy habits
Questions with how Compound Writing a paragraph
bad habits adjectives Giving advice for about personal
Ask about lifestyles improving habits lifestyle
Evaluate your lifestyle Should, shouldnt
Achievements page 122
UNIT 11

Talk about todays chores Present perfect tense Chores Listening for general Interviewing for Uncovering the
Interview for a job understanding and a job Mysteries of the
Present perfect tense vs. Lifetime
specific details: Universe
Talk about lifetime simple past tense achievements
A job interview
Catching up with
achievements a friend Writing an email to
Discuss scientific catch up
Reduced form
achievements of have
Consequences page 134
Talk about Real conditionals Personal finances Listening for Making decisions Habitat
managing money (also called the First specific details: about spending Destruction
UNIT 12

Animal habitats
Make choices on how to conditional) At a travel agency money
Writing a letter to
spend your money Talking about the editor
Talk about how our actions important issues
can have positive Sentence stress
consequences
Discuss ways to prevent
habitat destruction

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Get To Know Y

Brockworth, England
An unusual 200-year-old
Arizona, United States tradition from England.
Stress is part of life in the Chasing a ball of cheese
modern world. What can down a very steep hill.
you do to control it? Cheese-Rolling Races
The Science of Stress

Orlando, Florida, United States


Join mans best friend as he
looks for illegal food in American
airports. Beagle Brigade
Hawaii
Find out more about the
famous Hawaiian dance. Hula

Cuzco, Peru
Tourists come from all over
the world to see the Lost
City of the Incas. But is
tourism destroying Machu
Picchu? Machu Picchu

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w Your World!
Florence, Italy
Visit the last factory in
Florence to make silk by hand.
Traditional Silk Making

Japan
The puffer fish: ugly, poisonous,
and expensive. So, why do people
like to eat it? Dangerous Dinner

Cheju Island, Korea


A group of women from Korea
go diving every day to find
North Africa seafood. Are they the last?
Learn how to use Korean Women Divers
the suns heat to
cook your dinner.
Solar Cooking

Tanzania, Africa
The snows of Kilimanjaro are disappearing.
Find out why. Missing Snows of Kilimanjaro

South Africa
How do African Bushmen
communicate with
conservationists? Is it
working? Wild Animal Trackers

= Sites of the video clips you will view in World English 1.

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CITIES
PEOPLE

1. Who are these people? Share your ideas


with a partner.
a. What are their names?
b. How old are they?
c. Where are they from?
d. What do they do?

2. Are they like you?

UNIT GOALS
Meet people
Ask for and give personal information
Describe different occupations
Talk about people and their occupations

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UNIT 1

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A GOAL 1 MEET PEOPLE

Dublin, Ireland

5.
Zarqa River
Zarqa Riv
Basin, Jordan
1.
Bahr
Bahrain
San Miguel
de Allende, 6. 7.
Mexico Thailand
Thailand
3.
Biok
Bioko,
Equatorial Guinea
4.

Barranca,
Peru

8.
2.
Tasmania,
Tasmania,
Australia

Countries and Nationalities


Australia Australian Mexico Mexican Vocabulary
Jordan Jordanian Peru Peruvian
Bahrain Bahraini Thailand Thai A. Fill in the blanks. Use words from the boxes.
France French Ireland Irish
1. dancer from ____________.
This is Norma. Shes a ____________ Mexico
Occupations 2. This is Maria. Shes a ____________ from _____________.
dancer teacher police officer 3. This is Frank. Hes a ____________ from ______________.
engineer doctor travel agent 4. This is Nicolas. Hes a ____________ from _____________.
pilot photographer 5. This is Mohamed. Hes an ____________ from _________.
6. This is Fatima. Shes a ____________ from ____________.
Engage! 7. This is Sutanee. Shes a ____________ from ___________.
8. This is David. Hes an ____________ from _____________.
Which occupations
do you think are the
most difficult?
B. Work with a partner. Talk about the people in the pictures.
Real Language Norma is from Mexico.
Oh, shes Mexican.
We say what does What does she do?
she/he do to ask Shes a dancer.
about a persons
occupation or job.
4 People

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Grammar: Be
Statements with be Subject pronoun + be Be contractions
Subject be Negative I am Im
pronoun Youre
I am You/We/They are Were
You/We/They are not a dancer. Thai. Theyre Thai.
He/She/It is Hes
Yes/no questions He/She/It is Shes
Be Pronoun Short answers Its
Are you/they Yes, I am.
No, Im not.
Mexican?
Is he/she/it Yes, they are.
No, he isnt.
A. Match the questions and the answers.
1. Are you a doctor? ___ a. Yes, he is.
2. Is she Korean? ___ b. No, she isnt. Shes Japanese
3. Is Ben British? ___ c. Yes, they are. They come from Argentina.
4. Are you American? ___ d. No, Im not. Im a nurse.
5. Are Mario and Teresa students? ___ e. No, Im not. Im Canadian.

B. Fill in the blanks with a pronoun and the correct form of the verb be.
1. ____________ from Japan. Im from Thailand.
2. ____________ from Indonesia? Yes, I am.
3. Where ____________ from? Theyre from China.
4. ____________ an architect. Hes a doctor.
5. ____________ from Canada? No, were from the United States.

Conversation
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B. Practice the conversation with a partner. Switch roles and practice it again.

Goal 1 Meet people


Work with a partner. Create new personal IDs. Use the conversation above to meet each other.

Lesson A 5

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B GOAL 2 ASK FOR AND GIVE PERSONAL INFORMATION

Listening
A. Look at the pictures. Talk to a partner. Guess the missing information.

B. Listen to the TV game show. Fill in the blanks with the correct information.
Track 1-3 1. Name: Kyoko Hashimoro
Nationality: ________________________
City: Tokyo
Country: Japan
Occupation: _______________________

2. Name: Luis Gomez


Nationality: ________________________
City: Bogota
Country: __________________________
Occupation: _______________________

3. Name: Jim Waters


Nationality: ________________________
City: Coldstone
Country: __________________________
Occupation: Farmer

4. Name: Bianca da Silva


Nationality: ________________________
City: Rio de Janeiro
Country: __________________________
Occupation: Musician

C. Listen again. Check your answers.


Track 1-3

6 People

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Pronunciation: Contractions of be
A. Listen and repeat.
Track 1-4 1. I am Im
2. you are youre
3. he is hes
4. she is shes
5. it is its

B. Listen. Circle the verb or contraction you hear. Then listen again and repeat.
Track 1-5 1. I am/Im a teacher.
2. He is/hes an engineer.
3. She is/shes not a nurse.
4. They are/theyre interesting.
5. You are/youre welcome.

Communication
Student A chooses a card. Student B guesses the card by asking questions.
B: Are you 28 years old? A: No, Im not.
B: Are you a doctor? A: Yes, I am.
B: Are you Argentinean? A: No, Im not.
B: Is your name Helen? A: Yes, it is.

Name: Andrew Name: Pablo Name: Mi Hi

Nationality: American Nationality: Argentinean Nationality: Korean


Age: 28 Age: 28 Age: 23
Job: Teacher Job: Doctor Job: Architect

Name: Ana Name: Kwan Name: Helen

Nationality: Argentinean Nationality: Korean Nationality: American


Age: 23 Age: 30 Age: 30
Job: Teacher Job: Architect Job: Doctor

Goal 2 Ask for and give personal information


Interview some of your classmates. Ask their name, their age,
and the job they do or want to do.

Lesson B 7

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C GOAL 3 DESCRIBE DIFFERENT OCCUPATIONS

Language Expansion: Descriptive adjectives

2+2=4

easy
happy unhappy boring interesting

1 + 1 =x
2 n

difficult
rich poor safe dangerous

A. Write the words in the correct column.

Good Bad
happy unhappy

B. Fill in the blanks with adjectives.


Word Focus
Mrs. Green is ___________, but she is not happy. Why? Her husbands job is
salary = money ___________. He is a helicopter pilot.
earned by the
Mr. Green says, I like my job. It is an ___________ job and the salary is ___________.
work you do
Its not dangerous. In fact, its very ___________. But Mrs. Green is still ___________.

Grammar: Be + adjective (+ noun)


Subject Be Adjective Subject Be Article Adjective Noun
My friend is rich. It is an easy job.
His job is dangerous. Your friend is an interesting person.
I am not happy. It is a difficult life.
My brothers job is interesting.
8 People

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A. Circle the correct word or phrase in the parentheses.
Possessive Adjectives
1. My fathers job is (interesting/an interesting). This is my friend.
He is a newspaper photographer. Its not (easy/ Is that your brother?
an easy) job but he enjoys it. His/her friend comes from Uruguay.
2. I am a teacher. The salary isnt very (good/an good). Their parents are nice people.
Im not (rich/an rich).
3. John is an engineer. Its (difficult/a difficult) job but *Possessive nouns are formed with an apostrophe () + -s.
Lauras friend is from London.
its (interesting/an interesting) job.

B. Unscramble the words to write sentences.


1. job friends is My dangerous.
_______________________________________________
2. is person. interesting Kims friend an
_______________________________________________
3. your brother happy? Is
_______________________________________________
4. rich is not a My father man.
_______________________________________________
5. Chile. friend Johns from is
_______________________________________________

Conversation
A. Listen to the conversation. What does Graham do?
Track 1-6 Graham: What do you do, Elsa?
Elsa: Im an engineer.
Graham: An engineer! Thats interesting.
Elsa: Yes, but its difficult work. And you, Graham?
What do you do?
Graham: Im a policeman.
Elsa: A policeman! Is it dangerous?
Graham: No, in fact, sometimes its boring.

B. Practice the conversation with a partner. Switch roles and practice it again.

Goal 3 Describe different occupations


Work with a partner. Take turns. Choose an occupation and say
two things about it.

Lesson C 9

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D GOAL 4 TALK ABOUT PEOPLE AND THEIR OCCUPATIONS

Reading
People from
Around the
A. Look at the pictures. What do these people
do?

World
B. Circle T for true and F for false.
1. Peter is a pilot. T F
2. Rimii Sen is Indian. T F
3. Alan Kirbys job is boring. T F
4. Angutikavsaks life is not easy. T F
5. Tanya is an actress. T F

C. Answer the questions.


1. Where is Tanya from? _______________
________________________________
________________________________
Angutikavsak is from
2. Who is Shep? _____________________
Greenland, and he is a hunter.
________________________________
All his friends are hunters too.
________________________________
It is a difficult life here. In
3. Why does Alan like his job? __________
winter, it is very cold. We are not
________________________________
rich, but we are happy. he says.
________________________________
4. What does Angutikavsak do? ________
________________________________
________________________________
5. What does Rimii say about her job? ___
________________________________
________________________________

Peter Elworthy is from New Zealand. He is not a pilot; he is a


farmer! His farm is very big, so he uses an airplane. Peters dog,
Shep, is also in the plane.
Is Shep frightened in the plane? I ask.
No, hes happy. He loves flying.

10 People

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Writing
Write about Angeline and her occupation.

Tanya Rogers is from Boulder, Colorado, in the United States.


She is a student, and she is also a musician.
I love my music, but school is boring.

________________________________
Rimii Sen is an actress. She is Indian, and she is from Mumbai.
People think an actresss life is exciting, but it is difficult work. ________________________________
However, the salary is good!
________________________________

This is Alan Kirby, and he ________________________________


is a policeman. Hes from
________________________________
New York. A policemans
work is not boring, and I
like helping people.
Goal 4 Talk about
people
and their
occupations
Work with a partner. Talk about a
friend or family member and their
occupation.

Lesson D 11

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E VIDEO JOURNAL THE LAST OF THE WOMAN DIVERS

Before You Watch


Fill in the blanks. Use the words in the box.

tour guide divers seafood

In Korea, there is a group of women


______________________. They go to the sea
every day to catch ______________________, like
octopus and shellfish. Some of the women are not
divers. One of them works with tourists. She is a
______________________.

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While You Watch
A. Watch the video and fill in the blanks.

Name: Sunny Hong


Country: Korea
Nationality: _____________________
Occupation: _____________________
Age: 28

Name: Ms. Hong


Country: ________________________
Nationality: Korean
Occupation: _____________________
Age: ___________________________

12 People

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B. Watch again. Circle T for true and F for false.
1. Diving is difficult and dangerous. T F
2. The water is cold. T F
3. The divers can stay underwater for 10 minutes. T F
4. Sunny Hong is a diver. T F
5. The women sell the seafood. T F

After You Watch


Sunny Hong speaks English. She is a tour guide. She is not a diver.
She says, I am lucky. How can speaking English help you?

Communication
1. Write jobs in the chart.

Jobs women do well Jobs men do well

2. Work with a partner. Compare your lists. Are they the same?
Do you agree with your partner?

Video Journal 13

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Martin Milner

WORLD ENGLISH 1
World English is an exciting new four-skills program which uses lively and
compelling content, images, and video to teach the language that learners need
to succeed in their classrooms and daily lives. The series is built upon clear and
practical learning goals which are presented and practiced through motivating
themes and topics. World English uses real people, real places, and real language to
connect English language learners to the world.

Features:
C ommunicative tasks develop language strategies that increase students comfort
level in real-world settings.
Video from National Geographic Digital Media on the DVD and Student CD-ROM
allows teachers to bring the text to life both in the classroom and individually.
World English provides extensive teacher support through the Teachers Edition,
DVD, Assessment CD-ROM with ExamView, and the Teacher Web Site.

The Student CD-ROM includes:


All audio material from the Audio CD
All video clips from the DVD
Interactive activities that provide instant feedback

Level 1
Student Book with Student CD-ROM 978-1-4240-6336-9
Student CD-ROM 978-1-4240-6315-4
Workbook 978-1-4240-6303-1
Online Video Workbook 978-1-4240-6319-2
Teachers Edition 978-1-4240-6299-7
Audio CD 978-1-4240-6307-9
DVD 978-1-4240-6311-6
Assessment CD-ROM with ExamView (Intro & Level 1) 978-1-4240-6327-7

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