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Teachers Resource File

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Includes
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Pairwork
Use of English & Dictation
Culture Today worksheets
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Across the curriculum worksheets


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English sketches
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Revision Standard Unit 2

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Vocabulary
Verb collocations

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1 Complete the expressions with the verbs from the box.

tell make tell make say take

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a tell a story d sorry

b care e a lie

c a mistake f excuses

2 Match the expressions (16) with the pictures (af).

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1 tell the truth d 4 take a risk

2 take a photo 5 say a prayer

3 say thank you 6 make a decision


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Fact and fiction


3 Match the words to make fact and fiction phrases.
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1 role a script
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2 science b seller

3 film c book

4 news d fiction
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5 text e play

6 best f report

4 Complete the sentences with the phrases from exercise 3.


a The students used a role-play to learn about history.
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b The director read the and decided to make the film.

c The gave the latest information on the plane crash.

d I need to look at my English before the exam.


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e This book is brilliant! It must be a .


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f He loves reading , especially if it is set in space.


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Revision Standard Unit 2

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Grammar
Past simple and past continuous

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5 Circle the correct alternatives.
a It rained / was raining when we finished school today.

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b I walked / was walking home when I saw Mary.

c We were watching a DVD when my parents came / were coming home.

d I did / was doing my history homework when my friend phoned.

e The students talked / were talking when the teacher arrived.

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f It snowed / was snowing when we went outside.

6 Complete the sentences with the verbs in brackets. Use the past simple or the past continuous.
a When I arrived (arrive) at the cinema, my friends were waiting (wait) outside.

b My parents (watch) TV when I (get) home.

c Everyone (dance) when we


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d While we (play) football, it (start) to rain.

e I (see) my friends while I (walk) home.

f I (do) my homework when the phone (ring).

Present perfect
7 Complete the sentences with the verbs in brackets. Use the present perfect.
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a Our teacher has visited (visit) the USA.


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b We (learn) a lot about history this year.

c Help me, please. I think I (make) a lot of mistakes in my English homework.

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d Its OK. Were friends again. She (say) sorry.

e I (read) this book three times!


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f Peter (see) a lot of foreign films.

8 Complete the questions with the verbs in brackets. Use the present perfect.
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a Have you ever been (be) to England?

b your teacher (give) you a lot of homework?

c you (see) John today?

d she (finish) her homework?


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e they (answer) all the questions?

f you (read) The Lord of the Rings?


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Revision Extra Unit 2

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Vocabulary
Verb collocations

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1 Complete the expressions with the correct verb.
a tell a story

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b a photo

c a mistake

d thank you

e a lie

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f sorry

2 Complete the sentences with the expressions from the box.

tell the truth take a risk make a decision say a prayer take a photo take care

a You should always

b The Prime Minister needs to


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, even if you have made a mistake.

. We need to know what to do.

c He likes danger, he always has to .

d Have you got your camera? Lets .

e when you cross the road.

f The boy went to church to .


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Fact and fiction


3 Complete the expressions.
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a role p lay

b science f
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d news r

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f best s
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4 Circle the correct alternatives.


a They used a fantasy / role-play to teach the children about history.

b They use this textbook / film script in class.

c His latest book is science fiction / biography, its set in the future.
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d In his autobiography / biography the author describes his difficult childhood.

e They watched the comic / news report to find out about the plane.

f His latest book has record sales. It will be a best-seller / legend.


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Revision Extra Unit 2

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Grammar
Past simple and past continuous

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5 Complete the sentences using the correct form of the verbs from the box.

rain come shine do walk talk

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a It was raining when we finished school today.

b I home when I saw Jane.

c We were watching a DVD when my parents home.

d I my history homework when my friend phoned.

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e The students when the teacher arrived.

f When we went outside, the sun .

6 Complete the sentences with the correct form of the verbs in brackets. You may need to change
the order of the verbs.
a When I arrived
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at the cinema, my friends were waiting outside. (wait / arrive)

b My parents TV when I home. (watch / get)

c Everyone when we at the party. (arrive / dance)

d While we football, it to rain. (play / start)

e I my friends while I home. (walk / see)

Present perfect
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7 Complete the sentences with the verbs from the box. Use the present perfect.
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visit say learn read see make

a Our teacher has visited the USA.

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b We a lot about history this year.
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c I think I a lot of mistakes in my English homework.

d Its OK. She sorry.

e I this book three times!


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f Peter a lot of foreign films.

8 Order the words to make questions.


a you / ever / be / to England / ? Have you ever been to England?
b your teacher / give / you / a lot of homework / ?
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c you / see / John / today / ?

d she / finish / her / homework / ?

e they / answer / all the questions / ?


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f you / ever / read / The Lord of the Rings / ?


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Extension Unit 2

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Reading
1 Read the text and decide what it is about. Choose the best option (a, b or c).

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The text is about:

a selling books around the world.

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b best-selling books.

c the best authors in the world.

Reading has always been a popular pastime so lets look at the best-selling novels of all time. With over 150 million copies
sold around the world, Lord of the Rings, the famous fantasy story comes in at second place. The third place belongs to
The Hobbit a novel by the same author, the South African born J.R.R. Tolkien, written almost 20 years before Lord of
the Rings.

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So what is the best-selling novel of all time? Well, it is called A Tale of Two Cities and it was written by an English author,
Charles Dickens in 1859. It was not written in the 21st century nor even in the 20th century, but it has sold an amazing
200 million copies during the last 150 years.
With more than 57 million copies sold around the world, Dan Browns mystery-detective novel The Da Vinci Code (2003)
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is the best-selling novel of the 21st century. J.K. Rowlings fantasy novel, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows (2007)
comes in at second place, with over 44 million copies sold around the world.

2 Read the text again. Are the statements true or false?


a J.R.R. Tolkien was born in England.

b Tolkien wrote The Lord of the Rings almost 20 years after he wrote The Hobbit.

c The best-selling novel of all time was written in the 19th century.

d The best-selling novel of the 21st century is a Harry Potter story.


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e The Da Vinci Code is a science fiction novel.

3 Correct the false statements from exercise 2.


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4 Write about your favourite book. Include full answers to these questions:
What is the name of the book? What happens?
Who is the author? Why do you like this book?
Who are the main characters?
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Pairwork Worksheet 2A

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Student A
1 Look at Picture A. Imagine that Student B was there and write seven questions to ask him/her

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about it.

Picture A

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a What ?
b How ?
c Why
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f ?
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2 Ask Student B your questions from exercise 1.


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A: What did you do on the


B: I looked at the Earth!
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3 Student B is going to interview you. Look at Picture B and imagine you were there. Answer
Student Bs questions, using your imagination.
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Picture B
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B: What were you doing A: I was trying to help the


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when the Titanic sank? passengers.


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Pairwork Worksheet 2B

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Student B
1 Look at Picture A. Imagine that Student A was there and write seven questions to ask him/her

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about it.

Picture A

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a What ?
b How ?
c Why
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e ?
f ?
g ?

2 Student A is going to interview you. Look at picture B and imagine you were there. Answer
Student As questions, using your imagination.
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Picture B
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A: What did you do on


B: I looked at the Earth!
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3 Ask Student A your questions from exercise 1.

B: What were you doing A: I was trying to help the


when the Titanic sank? passengers.
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Use of English Worksheet 2

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1 Read the text below and, using words from the box, fill in each gap (ae). All the words must be
used in the correct form. There is one extra word.

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take change script have say report

In general, I like reading autobiographies. Some people have (a) very fascinating
lives. There have been a lot of (b) in the last 40 years, so when older people tell

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their story, they talk about historical events from their own perspective, which is often different from
news (c) of that time. Some biographies are even turned into film
(d) , but I think some famous people write an autobiography to make money.
Perhaps theyve only done one important thing in their life the thing that made them famous. The fact
is that when you buy the autobiography of a famous person, you are (e) a risk!

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2 Complete the sentences (ag) with the correct form of the words in brackets. Add any other words
(egprepositions, articles) necessary to produce complete, correct sentences. Do not change the
order of the words given. You must use no more than four words, including the words given.

a Where (they / go) ? Theyre not in the room.


b We (never / see) this film.
c What (you / do)
d (you / say)
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your prayer before going to bed last night?
e (she / read) all the information?
f Mike has (always / interested) Tolkiens biography.
g (we / watch) TV when we heard the story.

3 Translate the parts of the sentences (af) into English. You must use no more than four words.
Donot change any words given in English.

a [Nie powiedzieli nam] the truth about the fire last night.
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b [Czy przeprosie] to Tim yesterday?


c Sue [popenia bd] .
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d [Kiedy posza] there? Two days ago.


e [Czy kiedykolwiek czytae] agood science fiction book?
f Mike came to visit me [podczas gdy jadem] dinner.
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4 For the sentences (af), complete the second sentence so that it has asimilar meaning to the first
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one. You must use between two and four words. Do not change any words given.

a Ienjoyed that new book by R.R. Martin. Yes, Ienjoyed it too.


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Ienjoyed that new book by R.R. Martin. So, .


b Its the first time hes said thank you.
He thank you before.
c Ithink hes lying.
Ithink alie.
d Idont want to hear it anymore! You are going to school today.
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Dont ! You are going to school today.


e Idont like our new maths textbook. Me too.
Idont like our new maths textbook. I.
f What is the biggest decision in your life?
What is the biggest decision you in your life?
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Dictation Worksheet 2

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1 6 Past simple
a Where did you go after the match last night?

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b Did you finish your homework yesterday?
c We didnt have time to visit the museum.
d She read that new bestseller in one day!

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e The film script was an adaptation of a writers biography.

2 7 Past continuous and past simple


a What were you doing when I arrived?
b I was asking him a question when he walked away.
c She knew her brother wasnt telling the truth.

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d He was reading a comic inside his textbook when his teacher caught him.
e We were sitting on the beach when the sun came up.

3 8 Present perfect: affirmative and negative


a Ive never read a science fiction novel.
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b He hasnt been on a plane, but hes travelled a lot by train.
c Weve used a different textbook every year.
d Ive read a newspaper article about a new bestseller.
e They havent given us a good excuse and were still annoyed.

4 9 Present perfect: question forms


a Where have you decided to go on holiday?
b Have you read any good comics recently?
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c Have you ever told a really big lie?


d Why have you given her your favourite T-shirt?
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e Have you heard the story about this old house?

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Star Trek has always been a very popular TV series and it has millions of fans. Martin Luther King
liked the programme because it showed black, white and Asian people working together as equals.
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One of the original stars was a black actress, Nichelle Nichols, who became a role model for many
people. There werent many famous black actresses when Star Trek started in 1966. The programme
became famous in many countries and they have repeated it many times. There have also been 11
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Star Trek films. A lot of people went to see the last one, which came out in 2009.
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Culture Today ... Worksheet 2

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1 How do you say historical re-enactment in Polish? Have you ever been to one?

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2 Complete the words with the missing vowels. Then find them on page 126 and check their
meaning.
1 h _ st _ r _ c _ l c _ st _ m _ e 4 _d_c_t_ _n_l pr _ gr _ mm _

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2 m_d_ _v_l k _ tch _ en 5 sch _ _ l c _ rr _ c _ l _ m
3 w_r m _ ch _ n _ r _ 6 h _ nds- _ n _ ppr _ _ ch

3 Read the Historical re-enactments and Educational programmes texts and choose the correct
answers.

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1 The purpose of re-enactments is to encourage schoolchildren to take an interest in history and

a art. c cooking traditions.


b architecture. d heritage.

2 Warwick Castle was built in the century.


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3 Which of these can you not do at Warwick?

a Dress in historical costume. c Watch two knights fight over a princess.


b See medieval weapons. d Taste medieval food.

4 The special sessions for schools

a have always been available. c are related to what students study at school.
b will start in the near future. d are organised by teachers.
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5 Which of these is not true? Experts say that

a students are more motivated by re-enactments. c students respond better to re-enactments.


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b experiencing history for yourself is good. d re-enactments work best when they are
linked to studies.

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disagrees with it. Write down four arguments that you can use for your side of the debate.

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You think that historical re-enactments should You dont think that historical re-enactments
be a compulsory part of education. should be a compulsory part of education.
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Work in pairs and take turns to give your ideas. Then exchange your personal views on The BIG
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Culture Today ... Teachers Notes 2

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Aim To read about historical re-enactments and develop aspeaking activity based on
acontroversial statement. Students use Workbook page 126 and Worksheet 2.

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Warm up
Hand out copies of Worksheet 2. Ask students to do exercise 1. Check answers with the class.

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Workbook
1 Tell students to go to page 126 in the Workbook.

2 Ask them to read the BIG DEBATE and the Historical re-enactments and Educational programmes
texts and answer the Test your memory! questions. Check answers with the class.

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Test your memory! answers: a medieval battlefield and war machinery, knights competing for
the love of a beautiful princess, a medieval banquet, the flavours of the medieval kitchen; they
can prepare 16th-century food, spend a day with a knight or spend a day at a 19th-century school

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3 Ask students to do exercise 2 on Worksheet 2. Check answers with the class.

4 Ask students to do exercise 3 on Worksheet 2 and put them in pairs to compare ideas. Then
discuss ideas with the class.

Web quest
Ask students if they know the answer to the question in the Web quest box. If they have access
to the Internet, ask them to follow the web link to read about other historical re-enactments in
theUK. Alternatively, this could be set for homework.
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Web quest answer: going on special weekends with music, demonstrations and fashion shows,
attending special festivals, eg the Isle of Man Viking Festival or meeting aperson from
acertain time in history
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1 Explain to the class that they are going to have a debate. Put them into pairs: Student A agrees
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with the question and Student B disagrees with it.

2 Help students find ideas to support their arguments (eg We learn better when we do things,
rather than just read about them. / Historical re-enactments are just fun; you dont learn any real
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facts from them, etc.).

3 Give students time to listen to each others arguments.

4 Give students another two minutes to come to their personal conclusion.

5 Discuss the ideas from the debate with the class as a whole. Ask students to write a summary
of the debate for homework.
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Worksheet Answer Key 3war machinery 4educational programme


5school curriculum 6 hands-on approach
1 rekonstrukcja historyczna
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3 1d 2b 3a 4c 5d
2 1 historical costume 2 medieval kitchen
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Across the curriculum PE Worksheet 2

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PROJECT
1 Can you guess the correct answers?

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1 The number 911 was chosen to be the national emergency number in the USA because ...

a it is easy to remember.

b it is easy to dial in the dark.

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c it was already the emergency number in Washington DC.

2 The first 911 call was made in ...

a 1958. b 1968. c 1978.

3 The first 911 call was made by a Senator in ...

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a Kansas. b Alabama. c Virginia.

4 The number 999 was chosen in Britain because ...

a it is easy to remember.

b it is easy to dial in the dark.

c it was easy to make it a free number.


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5 Britains emergency number 999 was first used in ...

a 1937. b 1957. c 1977.

2 Find out about three emergency situations related to fire and complete the table. Use this
information to help you with your project.

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Across the curriculum PE Teachers Notes 2

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Aim To find out about emergency first aid and cardio-pulmonary resuscitation. Students also
carry out project work about steps to take in an emergency situation involving fire. They use

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Workbook pages 136137 and Worksheet 2.

Warm up

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Give students three minutes to write down as many words related to the emergency services as
possible, including people, vehicles, equipment, situations, etc. Compare ideas with the class.

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1 Ask students to do exercise 1.

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2 In pairs, ask students to compare ideas. Check answers with the class.

3 Then ask the students to do exercise 2.

4 In pairs, students to compare ideas. Check answers with the class.

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Exercise 1 answers: 1 UK 2 Australia 3 USA 4 Europe (NOTE: this number is common to all
countries in Europe, Colombia, and worldwide on the GSM network.)
Exercise 2 answers: 1 d 2 a 3 b 4 e 5 c 6 f

5 Ask students if they have ever had to use an emergency number and if so, why? Find out if any
of the students has been in any of the situations in exercise 2. Discuss ideas with the class.

6 Ask students to do exercise 3.

7 In pairs, ask students to compare ideas. Check answers with the class.
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Exercise 3 answers: 1 Check for danger, find out if they are conscious and call for help
2 Check airway, check for breathing, check circulation 3 Students own answers
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PROJECT
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Hand out copies of Worksheet 2 and ask students to do exercise 1. In pairs, ask students to compare
ideas. Check answers with the class. Ask students to choose three emergency situations related to
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fire. Students look at the table on the Worksheet and find information to complete it. Encourage
students to find illustrations and photos to accompany their work. Students show their completed
projects to the class.
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English sketches Units 19
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Character profiles

1 Think about your character

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and complete the profile for Character 1
Age: ________
Character 1 with your ideas. Name: _______________________
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Brothers and sisters: ____________
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2 Find out about the different Favourite sport: _______________

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characters in your group and ____________
Favourite music: _______________
complete the other profiles for ______________
Favourite clothes: ____________
them. ____________
Favourite colour: _______________
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Hobbies: _____________________
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Personality: __________________

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Character 2
Name: _______________________ Age: ________
Brothers and sisters: ________________________
Favourite sport: ____________________________
Favourite music: ___________________________
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Favourite colour: ___________________________
Hobbies: ___________________________________
Personality: ________________________________

Character 3
Name: _______________________ Age: ________
Brothers and sisters: ________________________
Favourite sport: ____________________________
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Favourite music: ___________________________


Favourite clothes: __________________________
Favourite colour: ___________________________
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Name: _______________________ Age: ________
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Brothers and sisters: ________________________


Favourite sport: ____________________________
Favourite music: ___________________________
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Favourite clothes: __________________________


Favourite colour: ___________________________
Hobbies: __________________________________
Personality: _______________________________
Character 5
Name: _______________________ Age: ________
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Brothers and sisters: ________________________


Favourite sport: ____________________________
Favourite music: ___________________________
Favourite clothes: __________________________
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Favourite colour: ___________________________


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English sketches Units 13

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Script
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Special Agent Green A police investigator Mrs Bird Nicks elderly neighbour
Special Agent Brown A police investigator Mr Bird Her elderly husband
Nick Todd A young man Alien voice

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In Mr and Mrs Birds living room Two minutes later, next door
Green You say you saw aspaceship and it was Nick [speaking on the phone in his hall] and
sitting in your neighbours garden. Is that shes just wonderful! Shes got beautiful
right? hair, amazing eyes. Ihavent learnt her
Mr Bird Yes. We were watching television and language yet, but [sound of doorbell].

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suddenly we saw ared light coming in Oh-oh! The door. Speak to you later, yeah?
through the window. Green Mr Todd?
Brown And what did the spaceship do next? Nick Yes?
Mrs Bird It floated in the air for amoment, over the Green Im Special Agent Green. And this is Special
garden isnt that right, John? Agent Brown. Were from Hatton Valley
Mr Bird Yes, it did, dear. Police Special Investigations Department.
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garden. There. Right in front of the garage!
OK. So the spaceship parked in front of the
Nick
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[alarmed] Really? How can Ihelp?
We have reason to believe that there was
astrange vehicle parked in front of your
garage. garage two days ago.
Mr Bird Yes, it did. We thought we were dreaming! Nick [surprised] Was there?
We tried to telephone the police, but our Green [referring to his notes] We understand that
phone had stopped working. it was dark green, with red lights.
Green Curious Brown And um an unusual person came
Brown [cynically] Very curious. So, what did this out of the vehicle. Do you know anything
spaceship look like? about this incident?
Mrs Bird It was dark green with red lights. It didnt Nick Astrange person and adark green vehicle?
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say just alittle bigger than acaravan. Brown Thats right.
Green [taking notes] OK acaravan with no Nick Ah! They brought my Christmas tree two
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windows. days ago. On the roof of avan. Its abig


Brown So after the spaceship had landed, what tree, so it covered the van!
happened next? Green [surprised] On the roof of course! And was
Mr Bird Afigure appeared. We didnt see adoor, the person who brought the tree wearing
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but we saw afigure. Like aperson, but purple? Did they have long, blue hair?
purple with blue legs. And it had long, blue Nick [laughs loudly] Its OK. It was agirl! She did
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hair and asilver headband or something. have long hair, yes and she was wearing
Green Purple and blue? Hmm. Long, blue hair alarge, purple anorak.
headband and are you completely sure? Brown And asilver headband?
Mrs Bird We both saw it, officer. As clear as day. Nick Mm, well, Ithink she was listening to an
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Brown What did this figure do? mp3 player. With big headphones.
Mrs Bird It rang on our neighbours front door and Brown Well, thank you very much for your help.
then it pushed it open, and walked in! Sorry to have taken up your time.
Mr Bird We havent seen our neighbour since then! Nick Not at all. No problem. Bye now!
Mrs Bird Weve seen pizzas arrive, but we havent Brown [sighs] Another case of two old people who
seen our neighbour for two days. read too much science fiction and need
Green You saw this two days ago and youve only new glasses!
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just called us today? Green Yes. Come on. Its cold out here! [walking
Mr Bird Our phone wasnt working until today and away]
we dont go out very often. Nick [in ahushed whisper] You can come out
Brown Uhuh. Fine. Thank you. now, theyve gone! What were we talking
about?
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1 Put students in groups of four or five. Aim to have at least two boys and one girl in each group.

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Note: The alien voice can be played by Mrs Bird. When students are working in groups of four,
Mr Bird and Nick can be played by the same student.

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2 Give each group acopy of the character profiles on page 1 and acopy of the script on page 2.
The text in bold in the script shows words that students should stress.

3 Ask students to listen to the sketch and read the script and then, as agroup, decide which
of the pictures on page 1 illustrate the five characters. They write the names of the characters
below the pictures.

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Note: There are eight pictures to choose from for the five characters; three pictures will not be
used. (A picture is not needed for the alien voice.) Students can decide for themselves whether
Special Agents Brown and Green are male or female.

4 Ask students to decide which character they want to be. They listen to the sketch and read
FR
the script again. They should complete the profile for their character (Character 1) with their
own ideas about their characters personality. Once they have done this, they complete profiles
for the other characters in the sketch (Characters 25), in any order.

5 Students discuss and justify their ideas within their groups, referring to their completed profiles.

6 Sitting in acircle, students read through the entire script in their groups. They should focus
on pronunciation and being their chosen character. Play the audio clip again, if necessary.

7 Students repeat step 6, but standing up. Then they do it again, this time placing their hand on
the shoulder of the character they are speaking to. As they repeat the sketch, they will memorize
at least part of it.
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8 Allocate each group an area of the classroom to rehearse their sketches, using props and moving
around, until they are ready to perform.
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Optional activities

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This sketch can be recorded as aradio play and uploaded onto aclass website as apodcast.
Alternatively, it can be videoed for students to watch.
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Stronger groups can write an ending to the sketch. Ask students to discuss what they are going to
talk about and brainstorm ideas. Write them on the board. If students need help with ideas, suggest
that they write about asecond visit by Special Agents Green and Brown to the Birds house aweek
SA

later. Ask students to imagine that Mr and Mrs Bird have seen more strange things happening and
to think about how the scene ends. Students then write their ending, practise it and perform it to
their classmates.
Weaker groups can write acontinuation of the story, saying what happened next. The weaker
groups then practise and perform the final section of the sketch to their classmates.
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Rozumienie ze suchu
Grammar bank
4 2.23 Listen to afragment of alecture
Present simple and present
Voices 4

1 Work in pairs. Decide which of the things in about fears. Decide if sentences 13 are true Relative pronouns
the box people may be most afraid of when (t) or false (F). continuous
they are children, teenagers and adults. How We use relative pronouns (who, which, where,
do the things people fear change with age? Present simple that) to give extra information about people,
places or things. We join two sentences by using
7 We use the present simple
Exam Builder
Grammar bank
big dogs the dark sickness exams the relative pronoun.
for habits and routines.
Rozumienie ze suchu
4 2.23 Listen to afragment of alecture
1 Work in pairs. Decide which of the things in about fears. Decide if sentences 13 are true
Present simple and present Relative pronouns

losing your job hospital old age It refers to teenage girls. They like to look
the box people may be most afraid of when (t) or false (F). continuous
they are children, teenagers and adults. How We use relative pronouns (who, which, where,
do the things people fear change with age? Present simple that) to give extra information about people,
places or things. We join two sentences by using

They go to school in Oxford.


We use the present simple
big dogs the dark sickness exams for habits and routines.
the relative pronoun.
losing your job hospital old age They go to school in Oxford.
It refers to teenage girls. They like to look

glamorous.
public speaking meeting new people glamorous.

public speaking meeting new people


with adverbs of frequency.
strangers They never use pesticides.
It refers to teenage girls who like to look
It refers to teenage girls who like to look
glamorous.
to describe summaries of events.

with adverbs of frequency.


We use who for people, which for things,
2 read the short texts (12) below and decide There they
They travel to Taipur There they find an ethical
and where for places.
best. 1
which sentence (Aor B) summarises each text box of shirts.
factory so they order a box of shirts.
In the third person singular (he/she/it
(he/she/it) we add -s
Hoodies are young people who wear hooded
sweatshirts. 4

strangers It refers to teenage girls who like to look


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to the verb.
Plastics is a term which comes from the popular
month.
She goes to India once a month.
Exam Writing In negative sentences and questions we use the Vocabulary bank
teen movie Mean Girls.
They often go to festivals where the band plays
1 Well, some of the fears might disappear as we grow older. 1 The expert thinks some adults are afraid of the auxiliary do.

They never use pesticides.


AnemailGivingopinion
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Farmers dont employ young children in the
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of acertain age, just like the fears of them. events. Does he travel very often?

glamorous.
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What do you think? Present continuous teen movie Mean Girls.
catering experienced

to describe summaries of events.


Hello Tom,
5 Work in pairs. Compare your answers and We use the present continuous to describe what construction fit
In the last class you asked us to write an email to you describing 4 Think about an advert you like or dislike. is happening at the moment. education good sense of humour
justify them to your partner.
an advert we like or dont like, so here is my description. Im remote organic
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also attaching apicture. below. We form the present continuous with subject +
health and social care outgoing
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1 Whatkindofcompanyistheadvertfor? law punctual
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They are looking for a factory.
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woman is wearing blue denim shorts and a plain yellow cotton


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They travel to Taipur There they find an ethical
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usyszysz dwukrotnie tekst. na podstawie
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Are they taking orders for the shirts? the performing arts
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Culture Today

and where for places.

4
that they are trying to sellprawdziwe (truE), aktre nie (FALSE).
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Writing Plan
models in the picture are young and active.
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1
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box of shirts.
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which sentence (Aor B) summarises each text


holiday.
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think, need, want,
when they go shopping and buy always shown
clothes. pictures.
In my opinion, they just Could Ispeak to Tom, please? See you then.
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angielskiegozadajakopracdomownapisanie starting university.

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Emigration and immigration

Exam Writing
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Students taking a
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teen movie Mean Girls.


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some travel and others
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How many UK students take a gap year?
estates, and peasant families rented small areas of land where

Does he travel very often?


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Find out! Go to www.gapwork.com/ultimate-

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