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Intermediate Teachers Book

Chris Redston & Theresa Clementson with Gillie Cunningham

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Chris Redston and Theresa Clementson With Gillie Cunningham
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Contents

Welcome to Photocopiable Materials


face2face Class Activities 6 Antonyms p206
Second edition! Instructions p141 7 Computer and TV verbs p207
face2face Second edition p4 1A Our free time p155 8 Weather conditions p208
face2face Second edition 1C Preposition bubbles p156 9 Injuries and health problems p209
Intermediate Components p4 1D Make it snappy! p157 10 Moods and relationships p210
New Features of face2face 2A World rules p158 11 Working life p211
Second edition Intermediate p5 12 Phrasal verbs for plans p212
2B Opening night p159
A Guide to the Students Book p6
2C The absolutely amazing
Teachers DVD Instructions p10 game! p161 Extra Reading
Self-study DVD-ROM Instructions p213
3B The worlds greatest
Instructions p11 traveller p162 1 Happiness p217
The Common European 3C Suffix dominoes p163 2 Sleepwalkers p218
Framework (CEFR) p14 3D Blockbuster p164 3 A unique experience p219
English Vocabulary Profile p15 4A Celebrity engagement p167 4 Born to sail p220
CEFR Tables: Listening 4B Rainforest adventure p168 5 Trash or treasure? p221
and Reading p16 6 Great failures p222
4C Adjective crossword p169
CEFR Tables: Speaking 7 Christian the lion p223
5A House hunting p170
and Writing p18 8 Riding the waves p224
5B Look into the future p171
The face2face Approach p20 9 Brain food p225
5C Who said what? p172
Teaching Tips p21 10 Lost and found p226
6A Men and women p173
Classroom Activities 11 Jobs you didnt know
6C Synonyms bingo p174
and Games p24 you wanted p227
6D Round the board p175
12 Turning points p228
7A Guess my name p177
7B The conditional game p178 Study Skills
Teaching Notes 7C Article auction p179 Instructions p229
Lessons 1AD p26 8A Passive knowledge p180 1 Independent learning p231
Lessons 2AD p38 8B The airport p181 2 Using dictionaries for
Lessons 3AD p47 8C Beginnings and endings p183 pronunciation p232
Lessons 4AD p57 9A Fighting fit p184 3 Developing reading skills p233
Lessons 5AD p67 9B Perfect circles p185 4 Collocations p234
Lessons 6AD p77 9D Noughts and crosses p186
Lessons 7AD p86 10A Excuses, excuses! p188 Progress Tests
Instructions p235
Lessons 8AD p96 10B Wheres Robin? p189
Answer Key and Audio Scripts p235
Lessons 9AD p106 10C Go up the ladder p190
Progress Test 1 p240
Lessons 10AD p115 11A Work dominoes p191
Progress Test 2 p242
Lessons 11AD p124 11B Teach your own language p192
Progress Test 3 p244
Lessons 12AC p133 11C Spy school p193
Progress Test 4 p246
12A Wish list p194
Progress Test 5 p248
12B get stories p196
Progress Test 6 p250
Vocabulary Plus Progress Test 7 p252
Instructions p197 Progress Test 8 p254
1 -ed/-ing adjectives p201 Progress Test 9 p256
2 Food and drink p202 Progress Test 10 p258
3 Travelling by car p203 Progress Test 11 p260
4 Compound adjectives for Progress Test 12 p262
character p204
5 Shopping p205

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Welcome to face2face Second edition!

face2face Second edition


face2face Second edition is a general English course for adults This language can now be presented using video material on
and young adults who want to learn to communicate quickly the Teachers DVD at the back of this book. For more on the
and effectively in todays world. Based on the communicative face2face approach, see p20.
approach, it combines the best in current methodology All new language is included in the interactive Language
with innovative new features designed to make learning and Summaries in the back of the Students Book and is regularly
teaching easier. Each self-contained double-page lesson is recycled and reviewed. Students can also review new
easily teachable off the page with minimal preparation. language in the Extra Practice section in the Students Book,
The face2face Second edition syllabus integrates the learning on the Self-study DVD-ROM and in the Workbook.
of new language with skills development and places equal The Students Book provides approximately 80 hours of core
emphasis on vocabulary and grammar. The course uses a teaching material, which can be extended to 120 hours with
guided discovery approach to learning, first allowing students the inclusion of the photocopiable materials and extra ideas in
to check what they know, then helping them to work out the this Teachers Book.
rules for themselves through carefully structured examples and The vocabulary selection in face2face Second edition has been
concept questions. informed by the English Vocabulary Profile (see p15) as well
There is a strong focus on listening and speaking throughout as the Cambridge International Corpus and the Cambridge
face2face Second edition. Innovative Help with Listening Learner Corpus.
sections help students to understand natural spoken face2face Second edition is fully compatible with the Common
English in context and there are numerous opportunities European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR) and
for communicative, personalised speaking practice. The gives students regular opportunities to evaluate their progress.
Real World lessons in each unit focus on the functional and The Intermediate Students Book completes the B1 level and
situational language students need for day-to-day life. starts B2 (see p14p19).

face2face Second edition Intermediate Components


Students Book with Self-study Workbook
DVD-ROM The Workbook provides further practice of all language
The Students Book provides 48 double-page lessons in presented in the Students Book. It also includes a 24-page
12 thematically linked units, each with four lessons of Reading and Writing Portfolio based on the Common
two pages. Each lesson takes approximately 90 minutes European Framework of Reference for Languages, which can
(see p6 p9). be used either for homework or for extra work in class.
The Self-study DVD-ROM is an invaluable resource
for students with over 300 exercises in all language
Teachers Book with Teachers DVD
areas and review video for each unit, customisable This Teachers Book includes Teaching Tips, Classroom
My Test and Progress sections where students evaluate Activities and Games and Teaching Notes for each lesson.
their own progress, and an interactive Phonemic There is also an extensive bank of photocopiable materials
Symbols chart. In addition there is an e-Portfolio with (see p3): 35 Class Activities, 12 Vocabulary Plus worksheets,
fully searchable Grammar and Real World Reference 12 Extra Reading worksheets, 4 Study Skills worksheets and
and Word List, a Word Cards practice tool, plus a 12 double-page Progress Tests.
My Work section where students can build a digital The Teachers DVD contains video presentation material for
portfolio of their work. all the Real World lessons in the Students Book, as well as
You can help students to get the most out of the Self- printable PDFs of all the Teaching Notes and photocopiable
study DVD-ROM by giving them the photocopiable materials (see p10). The DVD by default opens the Video
user instructions on p11p13. menu, where you will find help on how to access the PDFs.

Class Audio CDs Website


The three Class Audio CDs contain all the listening Visit www.cambridge.org/elt/face2face for bilingual Word
material for the Students Book, including drills, Real Lists, sample materials, full details of how face2face Second
World conversations and the listening sections of the edition covers the grammatical and lexical areas specified by
Progress Tests for units 6 and 12. the CEFR and much more!

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New Features of face2face


Second edition Intermediate

NEW optional VIDEO presentation material for all NEW


rEAL wORLD lessons in the Students Book. full-page
Extra
Practice and
Progress
Portfolio
NEW Teachers DVD
sections for
with all the Real World
each unit in
video presentation
the back of
material, Teachers Notes
the Students
and photocopiable
Book provide
materials from this
further
Teachers Book.
controlled
practice of all
new language.

NEW Help with


Pronunciation
sections at the end
of each unit in the
NEW Extra
Students Book enable 3 A unique experience
www.holidayswithadifference.net

Reading Holidays With


students to improve 1 Do you prefer going on holiday to new places or
to places youve been to before? Why? When did
A Difference!
photocopiable you last go to a new holiday destination? What

their pronunciation
was it like? Would you recommend it? Why?/
Why not?

worksheets 2 a Look at the photos of four unusual holiday


Dazzling landscapes Visit Salar de Uyuni in
south-western Bolivia to see the worlds largest salt flat, which

and help them to destinations. What do you think is unusual lies 3,650 metres above sea level and contains about 10 billion

in the back of
about them? tons of salt. Take an unforgettable trip across 10,000 square
kms of pure white salt and stay in the Tayka Salt Hotel, which
A B

communicate more
is made entirely out of salt. Every November, Salar de Uyuni
is the breeding ground for flamingos. To witness these pink

this Teachers
creatures against the dazzling white landscape is a sight not to
be missed. See more

effectively.
Book provide
Unforgettable experiences Visit Thailand
during the Songkran Festival in mid-April to celebrate the
C D traditional New Year in an unusually wet way. As part of the
cleaning and purification rituals which are central to the

extended festivities, younger local people enthusiastically take part in


the extremely popular water throwing festival. Crowds line
the roads ready to spray jets of water over anyone who passes

reading
EXTRA READING:

(including motorcyclists and tourists). Joining in this massive


Photocopiable

water fight is an experience you will never forget! See more

b Read the web page. Check your answers to


Romantic mysteries Visit Death Valley,
practice in 2a and match photos AD to these places.
Bolivia Thailand California Germany
California, to witness the mysterious Sailing Stones. You can
clearly see the long tracks left by stones weighing up to several
kilos which have moved across the flat dry landscape of Death

class or for 3 Read the web page again. Are these sentences
true (T) or false (F)?
Valley. So what is it that pushes them along? For decades no
one had actually witnessed a rock moving, but a recent video
shows some of the rocks trapped in melting ice and leaving

self-study.
a trail as they are driven across the surface by strong winds.
1 Salar de Uyuni is a large, flat area by the sea.
Theres something romantic about the Sailing Stones, which, in
2 The website recommends visiting Salar de Uyuni one of the most barren and inhospitable places on Earth, seem
in November. to have a life of their own. See more
3 In Thailand, the water festival is connected to
New Year. Family fun Wunderland Kalkar is a unique funfair
4 During Songkran, people try not to throw water built on the site of a never-used nuclear power plant in Kalkar,
over tourists. Germany. Construction of the plant began in 1972, but when it
5 If you visit Death Valley, you are likely to see the was completed over 10 years later, authorities decided to pull
Sailing Stones moving. the plug on the $4 billion project. In 1995, Dutch businessman
Hennie van der Most bought what was left of the Kalkar plant
6 The rocks are pushed along by the wind. for only 2.5 million. He managed to turn it into a profitable
7 The nuclear power plant in Kalkar was built by a amusement park with over 40 rides that is visited by over
Dutch businessman. 600,000 people every year. Among the most interesting
features are the swing ride set up inside the cooling tower
8 People can climb up the outside of the old cooling
and the climbing wall on its outer walls. A trip to Wunderland
tower.
Kalkar is a blast for the whole family. See more
4 Which place would you most like to visit? Why?
1F 2T 3T 4F 5F 6T 7F 8T 3 b Bolivia: C Thailand: A California: D Germany: B 2

Instructions p213 Cambridge University Press 2013 face2face Second edition Intermediate Photocopiable 219

NEW Self-study DVD-ROM with over 300 practice


exercises, review video, customisable tests, e-Portfolio
and much more!

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A Guide to the Students Book

Help with Grammar sections encourage


Lessons A and B in each unit students to work out the rules of
introduce and practise new The menu lists the form and use for themselves before
vocabulary and grammar in language taught in checking their answers in the interactive
realistic contexts. each lesson. Language Summary for the unit.

Students can learn and check There are practice activities


the meaning of new vocabulary immediately after the
in the interactive Language presentation of vocabulary
Summary for the unit in the back to help consolidate the new
of the Students Book. language.

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Help with Listening sections


Quick Reviews at the beginning focus on the areas that make
of each lesson recycle previously Controlled practice exercises spoken English so difficult
learned language and get the check students have to understand and teach
class off to a lively, student- understood the meaning and students how to listen more
centred start. form of new language. effectively.

The integrated pronunciation syllabus Get ready ... Get it right! sections are structured
includes drills for all new grammar communicative speaking tasks that focus on both
structures. accuracy and fluency. The Get ready ... stage provides the
opportunity for students to plan the language and content
of what they are going to say so that they can Get it right!
when they do the communicative stage of the activity.

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A Guide to the Students Book

Lesson C VOCABULARY AND Help with Vocabulary sections


SKILLS lessons develop students encourage students to work
range of receptive skills by providing out the rules of form and use
opportunities to see and hear new of new vocabulary themselves,
words and phrases in extended before checking in the interactive
reading and listening texts. Language Summary for the unit.

Key vocabulary in listening and reading The Pair and Group Work Students are often asked to refer
texts is pre-taught before students listen section at the back of the to the Audio and Video Scripts in
or read. Students Book provides the back of the Students Book to
numerous communicative help develop their ability in both
speaking practice activities. listening and pronunciation.

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Real World sections help


students to analyse the
Lesson D REAL WORLD functional and situational The integrated Help with Pronunciation
lessons focus on the language for themselves pronunciation syllabus sections help students
functional and situational before checking in the includes drills for with specific areas of
language that students interactive Language all new Real World pronunciation that they
need for day-to-day life. Summary for the unit. language. often find problematic.

Add variety to your The continue2learn There is a full-page Extra Practice section in The Self-study DVD-
lessons by presenting sections show the back of the Students Book, which provides ROM provides further
Real World language students where revision of key language from the unit. Students practice activities,
visually using the new they can continue can also monitor their progress by completing review video, drills,
video clips on the practising and the Progress Portfolio, which is based on customisable tests
Teachers DVD. extending their the requirements of the Common European and e-Portfolio
knowledge of the Framework of Reference for Languages. section.
language taught in
the unit.

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Second edition Intermediate Students Book

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