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THE ENGLISH VILLAGE 6 - STUDENT'S BOOK

  1. 1. INGLÉS6ºbásicoSTUDENT’SBOOK STUDENT’S BOOK Ana Manonellas Balladares INGLÉS The English Village 6ºbásico EDICIÓN ESPECIAL PARA EL MINISTERIO DE EDUCACIÓN. PROHIBIDA SU COMERCIALIZACIÓN EDICIÓN ESPECIAL PARA EL MINISTERIO DE EDUCACIÓN. PROHIBIDA SU COMERCIALIZACIÓN 9 789563 390582
  2. 2. Nombre: Curso: Colegio: Este libro pertenece a: Te lo ha hecho llegar gratuitamente el Ministerio de Educación a través del establecimiento educacional en el que estudias. Es para tu uso personal tanto en tu colegio como en tu casa; cuídalo para que te sirva durante todo el año. Si te cambias de colegio lo debes llevar contigo y al finalizar el año, guardarlo en tu casa.
  3. 3. © 2014 Ediciones Cal y Canto® Reimpresión The English Village 6º básico N˚ de Inscripción: 223.591 ISBN: 978 956 339 058 2 Original text © Ana Manonellas Balladares Teacher of English, Universidad de Santiago. Postgraduate Diploma of Education Monash University - Melbourne Australia. Methodological support María Teresa Sepúlveda Leiva MA in Professional Development for Language Education Leeds Metropolitan University, UK. Original illustrations © Ediciones Cal y Canto Ltda. Design © Ediciones Cal y Canto Ltda. General Manager Jorge Muñoz Rau Editor Ariel Acosta Arancibia Assistants Editors Lina Alvarado Jantus Gloria Caro Opazo Designed by María Jesús Moreno Guldman Layout by Catalina Zúñiga Villagra Proofreading James Doo Illustrations César Letelier Santana General Production Cecilia Muñoz Rau Production Assistant Lorena Briceño González Recording Producer Rodrigo González Díaz Recording Engineer Ignacio Arriagada Maia Photos Banco de Fotos Ediciones Cal y Canto © 2013 Ediciones Cal y Canto® The English Village 6º básico N˚ de Inscripción: 223.591 ISBN: 978 956 339 058 2 Original text © Ana Manonellas Balladares Teacher of English, Universidad de Santiago. Postgraduate Diploma of Education Monash University - Melbourne Australia. Methodological support María Teresa Sepúlveda Leiva MA in Professional Development for Language Education Leeds Metropolitan University, UK. All rights reserved; no part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, transmitted in any form, or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording, or otherwise, without the prior written permission of the publisher. Impreso RR Donnelley Chile Se terminó de imprimir 200.000 ejemplares en el mes de enero de 2014.
  4. 4. TEXTO DEL ESTUDIANTE INGLÉS básico AnaManonellasBalladares TeacherofEnglish UniversidaddeSantiago. PostgraduateDiplomaofEducation MonashUniversity-MelbourneAustralia.
  5. 5. 4 four DISCOVER YOUR BOOK Listening lesson with activities to help you to understand a spoken text and learn English. 18 eighteen I MISS YOU Lesson2 Grandson Grandma Grandpa Dad office Mum IN ThIS LESSON YOU WILL: listen and show comprehension of a telephone conversation. read and show comprehension of sentences showing appreciation. reproduce a telephone conversation orally. complete sentences with language structures, supported by pictures. Before listening 1 What member of your family would you like to phone? Answer this question and tick (3) your choices. ____ My dad ____ My mum ____ My grandparents (grandpa and granny) ____ My sister ____ My brother 2 Look at the picture. Match the people (a – d) with their likes (i – iv). a.Dad i. books b.Grandma and ii. his work her grandson c. Grandpa iii. homework d.The girl iv. the library 3 Susan is phoning home, in England. Predict who is going to answer the phone. a.Her brother. b.Her father. c. Her mother. d.Her sister. Short activities to activate previous knowledge and to deal with the starting point for the activities that will follow.12 twelve What do you know? PEOPLE AT ThE vILLAGE Lesson1 1 Complete this dialogue. 2 Write a sentence about something you like. Example: I like fruit. 3 What numbers are these? Three = ____________ Eight = ____________ Sixteen = ____________ Twenty = ____________ Twelve = ____________ Five = ____________ I MISS YOU Lesson2 1 Make sentences with like, using the picture. a.I like b. c. 2 Correct the mistake in each sentence. a.I is at school. b.We am happy. c. It are a toy. d.He aren’t happy. e.They isn’t cats. _______, Peter. How are you? ______________! ______________, thanks. And you? Unit1 Reading lessons with activities to help you to understand a written text and learn English.14 fourteen Before reading 1 Answer these questions in your group. a.Do you participate in any activities in English? b.Do you speak English outside the classroom? c. Can you introduce yourself in English? 2 Look at the illustration and find the following: Activities Carolina Students The English Village Tutors 3 Have a quick look at the text on Page 15, and underline the cognates. Can you guess what the text is about? Compare ideas with your partner. a.It’s about an English magazine. b.It’s about the English Village. c. It’s about a place to practise sports. PEOPLE AT ThE vILLAGE IN ThIS LESSON YOU WILL: extract specific information from an informative text. listen to an interview exchanging personal information. repeat numbers and reproduce an interview. complete a written text with personal information. Lesson1 vegetables sheep singing swimming pool 36 thirty-six FINAL TESTFINAL TEST Listening 1 18 Listen and choose the correct answer. (4 marks) a. Where is Nancy from? i. Asia. ii. Australia. iii. America. b. How many brothers and sisters does she have? i. One brother and two sisters. ii. Three brothers and two sisters. iii.Two brothers and one sister. c. What is her father’s occupation? i. He’s a taxi driver. ii. He’s a teacher. iii.He’s a school bus driver. d. What’s her mother’s occupation? i. She’s a dancer. ii. She’s a shop assistant. iii.She’s a housewife. Reading 2 19 Read the postcard, and then organise the information in the chart. (7.5 marks, 0.5 each) Dear Ed, I’m sitting on the beach, eating an ice-cream. Alicia and Gabriel are swimming in the sea and Tom’s in the park. He’s playing with a friend. Pedro’s listening to the radio and reading.We’re having a fantastic holiday. Dichato’s a little fishing village and it’s very quiet. Everybody here’s very happy.We are very happy, too! This is our second holiday this year and we’re doing just what we want to do: sleeping, eating, and playing games.The food is lovely, too. Hope you can come here soon. Love, Gina Activities Places Feelings Food holiday 3 Read the sentences and write true (T) or false (F). Correct the false sentences. (6 marks; 2 each false sentence, 1 each true sentence) a.__________ Gina is in Iquique. . b.__________ Tom’s playing with a friend. . c. __________ Gina’s listening to the radio. . d.__________ Alicia and Gabriel are swimming in the sea. . Language 4 Put the words in order to make a correct question. (3 marks, 1 each) a.that – ? – tall – Who – boy – is A: B: He’s my brother. b.Joe’s – How – is – father – old? A: B: He’s 44. c. the – Who – those – are – in – people – ? – living room A: B: They are my friends from Argentina. 37thirty-seven Unit1 Writing 5 Write a paragraph about two members of your family. Include name, age, physical characteristics, occupation, possessions and likes. (4 marks) vocabulary 6 Match each adjective with its opposite. (3.5 marks; 0.5 each) 1. young thin 2. short (hair) old 3. short (person) hot 4. fat black 5. cold new 6. blonde (hair) tall 7. old (thing) long Total score: 28 marks Speaking Talk about your family with your partner. Take turns to ask and answer 2 different questions about your family. Work out your score and read about your result 0 to 15 correct answers HELP! You have not understood an important part of the contents. Study, get some help from a partner or your teacher, revise the unit, and then do the exercises again. 16 to 23 correct answers FAIR You have been able to understand an important part of the contents; however, there are still some you need to consolidate. Correct the wrong answers. You can ask for help if you want. Revise the contents. You can do much better! 24 to 28 correct answers EXCELLENT You have learnt all or almost all the contents in the unit. Very good! Keep up the good work! At the end of every unit, there is a formal test that includes the contents of the whole unit, assessing reading and listening comprehension, as well as oral and writing production.The teacher will correct the test, but it also includes a rubric that will allow you to know, in detail, what you have done well and what you need to improve. The English Village.This is a big picture to introduce the place where lots of things will happen – The English Village – and the characters that will help you to learn English: the English tutors Susan andTony, and the Chilean students Carolina, Gonzalo, Macarena, and Pablo. 8 eight swimming pool picnic area football field gym 9nine THE ENGLISH VILLAGE THE ENGLISH VILLAGE W ELCOME TO cafeteria recreational facilities cabins fruit and vegetable garden animal farm At the beginning of each unit, a big picture will show you the characters, the places, and the situations you will find in it.You can read the objectives of the unit, and also answer some questions about the topic and the learning objectives of the unit. 10 ten PEOPLE AROUND US LEARNING OBJECTIvES Reading You will use different strategies to read and understand amagazinearticle. ane-mail. Listening Youwillusedifferentstrategiestolisten andunderstand atelephoneconversation. asoapopera. Oral Expression Youwill: talkaboutlikesandpreferences. describepersonalcharacteristics. expressfeelings. reproducechantsandtonguetwisters. Written expression Youwill: completeaparagraphandsentences expressingfeelings. writesentencesexpressinglikesand preferences. writeaboutyourpossessions. writequestionswithWho. Unit1 11eleven LET’S GET READY! 1.Inyouropinion,what’sthe importanceoffamilyandfriends? 2.Weallhaveindividualdifferences. Shouldwerespectthat? Why?/Whynot? 3.WouldyouliketoliveinanEnglish Villageforsometime? Why?/Whynot? 4.Lookatthepictures.Canyouname thefamilymembers?Writethe namesintheboxes. grandfather
  6. 6. 5five ICONS AND SECTIONS Listening lesson Reading lesson Games to help you to practise and share with your friends. Small pictures representing important words that you have to find and stick next to the corresponding word in the glossary. Synthesis: at the end of two lessons, this section will help you to reflect on what you have done, and the abilities you have developed, identifying the activities that contributed in this process. Check your progress: this is a formal test to evaluate how you are doing. Your results will tell you what you need to improve and what you have done well. Glossary: your personal word list made with picture cut-outs that you have to find and stick next to the corresponding word. Verbs: important verbs from the lessons are listed here. Cut - outsCut - outs Unit 1, page 23 ✁ Unit 1, page 33 ✁ = Unit 2, page 51 ✁ Unit 2, page 61 ✁ 133one hundred and thirty-three LANGUAGE FORM Analysis and discovery of a key grammatical item. Self EvaluationSelf Evaluation Statements to help you to reflect on your strengths and weaknesses and measure your learning. There are three different levels: Yes: Your performance was very good. Mm: Your performance was OK, but it can be better. No: You need to review the contents. P R O E C TJ Collaborative work to help you to put into practice the language you have learnt. Activities for fast learners or keener students. All the material for the listening tasks. 1 32 thirty-two SynthesisSynthesis Read this learning synthesis. Write the exercise number and the page of the activities you did in Lessons 3 and 4: Listening skills Exercise Page Make and check predictions. Find specific information. Identify speakers. Relate oral and written texts. Reading skills Make and check predictions. Find specific information in a text. Identify correct information. Writing skills Complete paragraphs. Complete sentences. Write a paragraph. Oral production Listen and repeat a conversation. Listen and repeat expressions. Sing a song. Language and vocabulary Ask questions with Who. Express possession. Describe people. Values Characteristics of good friends. ChECk YOUR PROGRESS ChECk YOUR PROGRESS Lessons 3 & 4 Language 1 Match the opposites. (5 marks) similar blonde old thin fat young black tall short different Writing 2 Describe these people. (2 marks) She has _______________________ and _______________________. He has _______________________ and _______________________. Reading 3 16 Read the text and answer Yes or No. (2 marks) Therearesixpeopleinmyfamily.Myfather’s ashopassistant.He’s38yearsold.My mother’s37andshe’sverytall.Ihavetwo brothersandonesister.Mybrothersare SimonandCharles.Mylittlesister’sname’s Roxanne.She’sverysweet.Shelikesplaying withherdollsallday!Herhair’sblackandher eyesaregreen.She’sveryhappy! 33thirty-three Unit1 GlossaryGlossary SpanishEnglish divertido / afun PASTE PICTURE HERE hair pelo PASTE PICTURE here simpático / anice PASTE PICTURE here YES NO a.There are six people in my family. ___ ___ b.My mother is very short. ___ ___ c. My sister isn’t very happy. ___ ___ d.My sister’s hair is red. ___ ___ Listening 4 17 Listen to the conversation about the soap opera again, and write the missing expressions. (4 marks) Tom: I have two tickets for the latest comedy with Corbin Bleu and Ashley Tisdale. Judy: _____________________. Tom: __________________. Judy: A new soap opera. It’s about three friends. Tom: __________________. Tom: Do you want to go, Judy? Judy: _________________. Speaking 5 Sing the song The More We Get Together to your classmates. help! Not too bad Great 0 - 2: Oh! Oh! Oh! 3 - 6: Fair 7 - 9: Good 10 - 13: Excellent TOTAL: Check with your teacher and find your score: verbsverbs Infinitive have enjoy Past had enjoyed Spanish tener disfrutar mismo / asame PASTE PICTURE here Go to page 133 34 thirty-four 1 Find these words in the Word Search puzzle. big blonde fat fun nice old short tall thin young D G T E M F O G R L C R A F C N O I O T O V X U N T A L L H B O X D V U T G S Y N U F N S H B H E D N O L B I P M I G J D Q G N 2 Follow the clues and complete all the steps of the ladder from start to finish. CLUE a. CLUE b. CLUE d. CLUE c. 13 CLUE e. 12 FINISH a. I ________ from __________. b. They _________ from _________. c. He __________ __________. d. They _________ from _________. e. She __________ __________. START FUN, FUN, FUN FUN, FUN, FUN 35thirty-five Unit1Unit1 3 Unscramble the words to find what the pictures show. 4 Possessions. Circle the tick or the cross and write sentences about what you have / don’t have (pets,TV, sister, grandparents, football, brother). B B A Y R B R H T O E ________ _________________ R T T O U _________________________ W O T S F D R N I E ________ _________________ I V E F S T T I E C K __________ _______________ K B C L A R H I A _____________ ____________ a. ____________________________ c. ____________________________ d. ____________________________ e. ____________________________ f. ____________________________ b. ____________________________
  7. 7. 6 six Unit 1 People around us . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 What do you know? . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Lesson 1. People at the village . . . . . . . . . . . 14 Lesson 2. I miss you . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 Synthesis Lessons 1 and 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 Check your progress Lesson 1 and 2 . . . . . 22 Glossary Lesson 1 and 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 Lesson 3. My temporary family. . . . . . . . . . . 24 Lesson 4. Best friends. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28 Synthesis Lessons 3 and 4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32 Check your progress Lesson 3 and 4 . . . . . 32 Glossary Lesson 3 and 4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33 Fun, fun, fun. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34 Final Test . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36 Unit1 PLAN OF THE BOOK Unit 2 Extra curricular activities. . . . . . 38 What do you know? . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40 Lesson 1. Join the activities . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42 Lesson 2. Which ones?. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46 Synthesis Lessons 1 and 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50 Check your progress Lesson 1 and 2 . . . . . 50 Glossary Lesson 1 and 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51 Lesson 3. Come to our party . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52 Lesson 4. At the party. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56 Synthesis Lessons 3 and 4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60 Check your progress Lesson 3 and 4 . . . . . 60 Glossary Lesson 3 and 4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61 Fun, fun, fun. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62 Final Test . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64 Unit2
  8. 8. 7seven Unit3 Unit 3 Holidays and Special Events . . . 66 What do you know? . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68 Lesson 1. Celebrating National Holidays. . 70 Lesson 2. The Interactive Museum . . . . . . . 74 Synthesis Lessons 1 and 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 78 Check your progress Lesson 1 and 2 . . . . . 78 Glossary Lesson 1 and 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 79 Lesson 3. Special Holidays . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80 Lesson 4. Plans . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 84 Synthesis Lessons 3 and 4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 88 Check your progress Lesson 3 and 4 . . . . . 88 Glossary Lesson 3 and 4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 89 Fun, fun, fun. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 90 Final Test . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 92 Unit4 Unit 4 Past Days. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 94 What do you know? . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 96 Lesson 1. Last Weekend Activities. . . . . . . . 98 Lesson 2. An Unforgettable Experience. . 102 Synthesis Lessons 1 and 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 106 Check your progress Lesson 1 and 2 . . . . 106 Glossary Lesson 1 and 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 107 Lesson 3. Legends . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 108 Lesson 4. Going to the City . . . . . . . . . . . . . 112 Synthesis Lessons 3 and 4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 116 Check your progress Lesson 3 and 4 . . . . 116 Glossary Lesson 3 and 4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 117 Fun, fun, fun. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 118 Final Test . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 120 Answers. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 122 Thematic Index. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 129 Glossary. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 130 Cut-outs. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 133
  9. 9. 8 eight swimming pool picnic area football field gym
  10. 10. 9nine THE ENGLISH VILLAGE THE ENGLISH VILLAGE W ELCOME TO cafeteria recreational facilities cabins fruit and vegetable garden animal farm
  11. 11. 10 ten PEOPLE AROUND US LEARNING OBJECTIVES Reading You will use different strategies to read and understand amagazinearticle. ane-mail. Listening Youwillusedifferentstrategiestolisten andunderstand atelephoneconversation. asoapopera. Oral Expression Youwill: talkaboutlikesandpreferences. describepersonalcharacteristics. expressfeelings. reproducechantsandtonguetwisters. Written expression Youwill: completeaparagraphandsentences expressingfeelings. writesentencesexpressinglikesand preferences. writeaboutyourpossessions. writequestionswithWho. Unit1
  12. 12. 11eleven LET’S GET READY! 1.Inyouropinion,what’sthe importanceoffamilyandfriends? 2.Weallhaveindividualdifferences. Shouldwerespectthat? Why?/Whynot? 3.WouldyouliketoliveinanEnglish Villageforsometime? Why?/Whynot? 4.Lookatthepictures.Canyouname thefamilymembers?Writethe namesintheboxes. grandfather
  13. 13. 12 twelve What do you know? PEOPLE AT THE VILLAGE Lesson1 1 Complete this dialogue. 2 Write a sentence about something you like. Example: I like fruit. 3 What numbers are these? Three = ____________ Eight = ____________ Sixteen = ____________ Twenty = ____________ Twelve = ____________ Five = ____________ I MISS YOU Lesson2 1 Make sentences with like, using the picture. a.I like b. c. 2 Correct the mistake in each sentence. a.I is at school. b.We am happy. c. It are a toy. d.He aren’t happy. e.They isn’t cats. _______, Peter. How are you? ______________! ______________, thanks. And you? Unit1
  14. 14. 13thirteen Unit1 MY TEMPORARY FAMILY Lesson3 BEST FRIENDS Lesson4 1 Complete the questions below with What, When, or Where. a.________ are you doing? b.________ is your birthday? c. ________ were you born? In Concepcion? d.________ was she born? In 1993? e.________ is your name? Justin? f. ________ are you from? Puerto Aysen? 2 Circle the picture that does not correspond in the series. a. b. 1 Can you complete these sentences? a.I’m Pablo. ____________ family is big. b.Susana’s at home now. ____________ sister is at school. c. Alan lives in a flat with ____________ father. 2 Look at the objects in the pictures and write a description. Example: The pencil is red. a. b. c. d. e.
  15. 15. 14 fourteen Before reading 1 Answer these questions in your group. a.Do you participate in any activities in English? b.Do you speak English outside the classroom? c. Can you introduce yourself in English? 2 Look at the illustration and find the following: Activities Carolina Students The English Village Tutors 3 Have a quick look at the text on Page 15, and underline the cognates. Can you guess what the text is about? Compare ideas with your partner. a.It’s about an English magazine. b.It’s about the English Village. c. It’s about a place to practise sports. PEOPLE AT THE VILLAGE IN THIS LESSON YOU WILL: extract specific information from an informative text. listen to an interview exchanging personal information. repeat numbers and reproduce an interview. complete a written text with personal information. Lesson1 vegetables sheep singing swimming pool
  16. 16. 15fifteen Unit1 4 Read the text and check your prediction in Exercise 3. 5 Read the text again and choose the best alternative to complete each sentence. a.The events are: i. in English. ii. in English and Spanish. iii. in Spanish. b.The tutors are from: i. the United States. ii. English-speaking countries. iii. Chile. c. The English Village is: i. noisy everyday. ii. a lovely place. iii. generally a quiet place. 6 Fill in the chart with the students’information. Name Age Nationality Feelings Gonzalo 11 Chilean Angry 7 Read the text again and choose the best title for the article. THE ENGLISH VILLAGE MAGAZINE The EnglishVillage is a farm located in Santiago, Chile. It’s a special place to practise English. Here, all the activities are in English, and the students are from Chile; the tutors are English, American, and Australian.There are forty-five students at the moment. Our reporter asked:“Please, introduce yourself”. Some of the students said: Then, our reporter asked: "Please, tell us about the EnglishVillage." Some participants said: "I love the EnglishVillage.""It’s very noisy at weekends, but it’s generally quiet.""The tutors are fun and friendly." “Hello. I’m Gonzalo. I’m Chilean. I’m 12. I’m very happy today.” “Hello. I’m Carolina. I’m in 6th grade. I’m 11 years old. I’m very happy, too.” “Hello. I’m Macarena. I’m 12 years old. I’m also in 6th grade. I’m not happy today. I’m very sad.” “Hi! I’m Pablo. I’m 11. I’m angry today. My favourite tutor is not here.” Reading 2 a. Learn about the English Village c. The participants at the English Village b. ENGLISH AT THE ENGLISH VILLAGE
  17. 17. 16 sixteen After reading 1. Notice these sentences from the text. a. I’m very happy today. b. I’m very sad. 2. Revise these forms: I’m / He’s / She’s / It’s / You’re / We’re / They’re + name, age, nationality + characteristics + feelings. Example: This is Alice. She’s ten years old. She’s Chilean. She’s very tall. She’s very quiet. 3. Find two more examples in the text. LANGUAGE FORM Very + Adjectives 8 Unscramble the adjectives. ISYON PYPAH TIQUE ADS NYGRA 9 Ask two friends about their feelings and complete the chart. a.Write full sentences in your notebook. Example: Peter is very angry today. Name Feelings (angry, happy, etc.) Friend 1 Friend 2 b.Answer. How are you today? 10 Match the people, their nationality and their country. Example: Harry Potter is British. He’s from Britain. British Chilean American Spanish Spanish Chile Spain The United States Britain 11 3 Listen and repeat these numbers. 1. one 7. seven 13. thirteen 19. nineteen 50. fifty 2. two 8. eight 14. fourteen 20. twenty 60. sixty 3. three 9. nine 15. fifteen 21. twenty - one 70. seventy 4. four 10. ten 16. sixteen 22. twenty - two 80. eighty 5. five 11. eleven 17. seventeen 30. thirty 90. ninety 6. six 12. twelve 18. eighteen 40. forty 100.one hundred
  18. 18. 12 4 Listen and read this interview. Replace the underlined parts with your own information and then, role play the conversation with your partner. Reporter: Hello. Tony: Hi. Reporter: What’s your name? Tony: I’m Tony Wilson. Reporter: How old are you, Tony? Tutor: I’m eighteen. Reporter: What nationality are you? Tutor: I’m American. Reporter: Are you happy? Tutor: Yes, I am! Reporter: Who’s that? Tutor: That’s Pablo. He’s very angry today. Reporter: Oh!... Well, thank you very much. Tutor: You’re welcome. 13 COMPLETETHE PARAGRAPH Write about Macarena and Gonzalo. This is . is and Gonzalo eleven, too. They are . and Macarena students at the English . Macarena is , but Gonzalo is . 17seventeen Unit1 P R O E C TJ Create your school magazine Work in groups of three students. 1. Write a name for your school English magazine. 2. Interview two people in your school. Include questions about their feelings. 3. Put the information of your interviews on a piece of cardboard. 4. Add pictures. 5. Display it on a notice board. 6. Is it useful to be able to give personal information? Why? Write three words to express feelings: , Complete this dialogue. A: Hi! B: ! ? A: I’m Sandra Evans. Tick according to your performance. YES MM NO Self EvaluationSelf Evaluation
  19. 19. 18 eighteen I MISS YOU Lesson2 Grandson Grandma Grandpa Dad office Mum IN THIS LESSON YOU WILL: listen and show comprehension of a telephone conversation. read and show comprehension of sentences showing appreciation. reproduce a telephone conversation orally. complete sentences with language structures, supported by pictures. Before listening 1 What member of your family would you like to phone? Answer this question and tick (✓) your choices. ____ My dad ____ My mum ____ My grandparents (grandpa and granny) ____ My sister ____ My brother 2 Look at the picture. Match the people (a – d) with their likes (i – iv). a.Dad i. books b.Grandma and ii. his work her grandson c. Grandpa iii. homework d.The girl iv. the library 3 Susan is phoning home, in England. Predict who is going to answer the phone. a.Her brother. b.Her father. c. Her mother. d.Her sister.
  20. 20. Listening 4 5 Listen to the telephone conversation and check your prediction in Exercise 3. 5 5 Listen and choose the best alternative. a.Susan’s father is: i. at home. ii. at the library. iii. at work. b.Susan’s grandpa and granny are: i. at home. ii. at the library. iii. with friends. c. Susan’s brother is: i. at home. ii. at school. iii. at work. 6 5 Listen again and number the sentences in the order you hear them. a.____ Hello, Paul. It’s me. c. ____ Hi, sister! How are you? b.____ I’m very well, thanks. d.____ Hello, Paul Hardy speaking. After listening LANGUAGE FORM Like, love, and very 1. Read these sentences. I like the village very much. / They love people. Dad likes his work very much. / Susan loves Chile. 2. Complete. a.When we talk about he, she or it, we add _________ to the action. b.When we use the verb like, we can add _________ _________ to intensify the feeling. 7 Look at the pictures and complete the sentences using words from the box. • very much • like • love • loves • likes • very much • loves a.Dad ______________ computers ______________. b.Mum ______________ Dad. c. They ______________ libraries ______________. d.Susan ______________ Chile. 19nineteen Unit1
  21. 21. 20 twenty 8 Classify these phrases in the chart below. Hi, sister Take care of yourself Cousin England and friends The English Village Fine Family members State of being Likes Greetings Saying good-bye sister very well hello Bye for now 9 In groups, tick (✓) the sentences and expressions that show appreciation for the family members. Santiago is beautiful. They like books very much. I miss you a lot. What about grandpa and granny? How are mum and dad? Tell me about them. Take care of yourself. Give them all my love. Bye for now. 10 6 Listen and repeat the sentences and expressions that show appreciation for the family members in Exercise 9. 11 Complete the sentences with like, love, and much. a.My dad _______ his TV, he _______ hot dogs very _______, and he _______ books. b.I _______ ice-cream very _______ and I _______ my bicycle and my videogames.
  22. 22. 21twenty-one Unit1 Try to say this tongue twister. Grandma gathers great green grapes; Grandpa, grateful, gives her grapefruit. 13 grandparentsparentschildren P R O E C TJ Different people, different likes 1. Work in groups of three students. 2. Each student makes a list of likes for one of these groups: a. Children (1 to 12 years old). b. Parents. c. Grandparents. 3. Organise the information in a spidergram. 4. Display it on the notice board in your classroom. Self EvaluationSelf Evaluation YES MM NO Does Susan like Santiago? How are Susan’s mum and dad? Ask your partner the things he / she likes. Complete the sentence. He / she . Tick according to your performance. YES MM NO Self EvaluationSelf Evaluation 12 7 Listen and repeat this telephone conversation. Then, change the underlined parts with your own information and role play it. A: Hello. Sonia speaking. B: Hello, Sonia. It’s me, Simon. A: Hi, Simon! How are you? B: I’m very well, thanks. And you? A: Oh, I’m very, very happy. 14 Now you know how to express what you like! Draw yourself and a member of your family, and write two things you like and love. Circle He or She depending on the person. He / She ______________. This is me. I like ______________. This is my ______________.
  23. 23. 22 twenty-two SynthesisSynthesis Read this learning synthesis. Write the exercise number and the page of the activities you did in Lessons 1 and 2: Listening skills Exercise Page Make and check predictions. Find specific information about a telephone conversation. Find cognates. Reading skills Answer questions about your use of English outside the classroom. Recognise cognates. Make and check predictions. Find specific information in a text. Writing skills Use specific vocabulary. Complete dialogues and sentences. Oral production Role play a dialogue giving personal information. Practise a telephone conversation. Listen and repeat sentences. Language and vocabulary Match words and pictures. Express likes. Complete sentences using he, she, it + an action. Values Appreciation for family members. CHECK YOUR PROGRESS CHECK YOUR PROGRESS Lessons 1 & 2 Listening 1 8 Listen and choose the best alternative. (3 marks) a.The text you listened to is: i. an interview. ii. a play. iii.a telephone conversation. b.Carolina misses: i. her friends. ii. her family. iii.her pet. c. Susan tells Carolina to send her family: i. flowers. ii. a letter. ii. her love. Reading 9 2 Read this postcard, and then answer the questions. (3 marks, 1 each) Dear Mum and Dad, How are you? Are you happy in Santiago? The English Village is beautiful. I’m very happy here. I have two new friends from Temuco and one from Arica. The tutors are from Australia, England, and the USA. See you in a week! Lots of love, Pedro a. Is Pedro happy? b. Where is he? c. Are the tutors from Temuco?
  24. 24. 23twenty-three Unit1 GlossaryGlossary Infinitive can like miss give Spanish poder gustar echar de menos dar SpanishEnglish library biblioteca forty cuarenta VerbsVerbs granny abuelita bonito / abeautiful PASTE PICTURE HERE PASTE PICTURE HERE PASTE PICTURE here PASTE PICTURE here Go to page 133 Writing 3 Give information about your school and a classmate. Complete the paragraph. (7 marks) The ___________________ (your school’s name) is a school located in __________, __________. The teachers and the students are ___________________ (nationality). ______________ (a student’s name) is ___________________ (age). He / she is in _____th grade. Speaking 4 Number these sentences in a logical order. Substitute the underlined information and practise the telephone conversation with your partner. (5 marks) ___ I’ll ring her later. Bye for now, Paul. ___ Hello, Paul, I’m Sally. Is Mum there? ___ Bye and take care of yourself. ___ No, she’s at the supermarket. ___ Hello, Paul Hardy speaking. Help! Fair Very good! 0 - 5: Help! 5 - 10: Fair 11 - 16: Good 17 - 18: Excellent TOTAL: Check with your teacher and find your score:
  25. 25. MY TEMPORARY FAMILY IN THIS LESSON YOU WILL: read and show comprehension of an e-mail. listen and show comprehension of a conversation describing people physically. role play a dialogue describing people. write about possessions. Lesson3 Before reading 1 In your group, talk about e-mails, letters, and cards you have written or received. 2 Look at the people in the picture and write the physical characteristics. young old short tall short hair thin long hair blonde hair fat black hair 3 Look at the text on Page 25 and identify the type of text. a.A poster. b.A letter. c. An e-mail. 4 You are going to read a message Gonzalo sent to his family. Tick (✓) the questions that you think the text will answer. ____ How old are Gonzalo’s family members? ____ How old are Gonzalo’s friends at his cabin? ____ Who are the people in Gonzalo’s temporary family? 24 twenty-four
  26. 26. 25twenty-five Unit1 Reading 10 Soto Contreras’s family Gonzalo My group Dear family, This e-mail is to tell you about my temporary family in the English Village. We are five people in our cabin. Our tutor’s name is Tony Wilson. He’s from the USA. He’s young; he’s 18 years old and he’s a student of Business Administration at New York State University. He’s tall and thin and has blonde hair. I have a room with Eduardo. He’s 12 and he’s from La Serena. Eduardo’s short and thin. Tomás is another student in our cabin. He’s eleven and he’s from Concepción. Pablo’s from Coyhaique. He’s tall and a little fat. His hair’s short and black (see photos). We are all good friends and we are enjoying our stay. Love Gonzalo 5 Read the text and check your predictions in Exercise 4. Underline the answers. 6 Read the e-mail and copy the sentence that contains the main idea. 7 Fill in the gaps with the corresponding information from the text. a.Tony’s ____________________ and ______________________________. b.Eduardo’s ____________________ and ______________________________. c. Pablo’s hair’s ____________________ and ______________________________. 8 Write True (T) or False (F) next to each statement. a.___ There are five people in Gonzalo’s temporary family. b.___ Eduardo’s from Coyhaique. c. ___ The tutor’s name’s Willy. d.___ The students are Chilean and Canadian.
  27. 27. 26 twenty-six After reading LANGUAGE FORM Possessive adjectives 1. Notice these sentences from the text. We are four people in our cabin. / Our tutor’s name’s Tony Wilson. 2. Study these sentences. My friends are from Chile. Your mother is tall. His sister is beautiful. Her brother is very happy. Our family is in Santiago. Their names are Paula and Sergio. 3. Circle the correct option to complete the grammar rule. We have to use a noun before / after the possessive adjective. 9 Order the words below to make sentences. a.in books my are bedroom my . b.the have our we bikes garden in . c. are his friends house Raul’s in . 10 Complete these sentences using: my, your, his, her, our, their. a.We like apples, but ________________ parents don’t like them. b.The children are playing with ________________ toy train. c. I’m very happy now, but ________________ sister is sad. d.You live in Santiago and ________________ friend lives in Santiago, too. e.Peter and you are at school. ________________ mum is at home. f. Chris is eleven. ________________ sister is eleven, too. g.Alice is in Arica now. ________________ family is in Rancagua. 11 Play Memory Chain. First only listen and then listen and repeat. Pay special attention to the intonation of the longer sentences. Student 1: I have a friend. Student 2: I have a friend and a room. Student 3: I have a friend, a room, and a cabin. Student 4: I have a friend, a room, a cabin, and a tutor. Student 5: I have a friend, a room, a cabin, a tutor, and a family.
  28. 28. 27twenty-seven Unit1 12 11 Listen to these words and repeat them. • Sue – zoo • buses – buzzes • peace – peas • pens – pence 13 Draw two people in your family to illustrate some physical characteristics. 14 12 Listen to the conversation and repeat. Substitute the underlined parts according to your drawing. Role play the conversation with your partner. A: Who’s that boy? B: Take a guess! A: I don’t know. B: Look. He’s twelve and he’s short and thin. A: I know! That’s Eduardo! B: No, he’s our new friend in the cabin. A: Ah! That’s Alex. 15 WRITING A SHORT PARAGRAPH In your notebook, write a paragraph about five things you have in your bedroom, following these basic writing steps: - Make a list of the things you are going to write about. - Write a draft of the paragraph on a separate sheet of paper, clearly stating the order of your ideas (beginning, middle, end). - Write a definite version of the paragraph and ask your teacher to correct it. - Finally, read it aloud in front of the class or publish it in your classroom. P R O E C TJ Two families 1. Work in groups of three students. 2. Find information about a family (number of people, possessions, members’names, ages, physical characteristics, and occupations). 3. Organise the information on a piece of cardboard and make an attractive poster. 4. Describe the family to another group. 5. Compare both families. 6. Which family do you prefer? Why? 7. In which situations can you describe your family? Self EvaluationSelf Evaluation Match the people to their ages, according to the text you read. Tony Eduardo Tomás 11 12 18 Make a list of three things you have in your school bag.Talk about them with a classmate. Write a sentence using a possessive adjective. . Tick according to your performance. YES MM NO
  29. 29. Before listening 1 Tick (✓) the main characteristics of a good friend. Compare the answers in your group. ____ honest ____ loyal ____ handsome ____ famous ____ similar likes ____ fun ____ other 2 Look at the picture and circle the interests people share. tennis football comedies computers food walking music shopping TV programmes 3 You will listen to a part of a soap opera called Best Friends. Predict the main characters. a.Two men and a woman b.A man and a woman c. Two women and a man BEST FRIENDS IN THIS LESSON YOU WILL: listen and show comprehension of a soap opera extract. sing a song and reproduce a dialogue. completeandproduceaparagraph,andmakeacard. read and show comprehension of sentences and of a dialogue. Lesson4 28 twenty-eight football comedies TV programmes
  30. 30. 29twenty-nine Unit1 Listening 4 13 Listen and check your prediction in Exercise 3. 5 13 Listen again and choose the best alternative. a.Judy’s interests are: i. tennis and films. ii. soccer and tennis. iii. tennis and comedies. b.Judy and Gordon have: i. the same interests. ii. different interests. iii. similar likes. c. Judy andTom enjoy: i. action films. ii. tennis. iii. comedies. 6 13 Who said these sentences, Tom, Gordon, or Judy? Write the name next to each sentence. a.____________ : Who’s your best friend, Gordon? b.____________ : Judy, of course! c. ____________ : That sounds great. d.____________ : I’d love to! e.____________ : Who’s Corbin Black? f. ____________ : Can I go with you? 7 13 Listen to the first part of the soap opera again and find five differences between what you hear and this text. Speaker A: Who are you talking about? Speaker B: Best friends. Speaker C: Friends, yeah! Speaker A: And, who’s your best classmate, Gordon? Speaker C: Judy, sure! She’s my best friend, because we read about many things and we share the same sports. After listening 8 Do you think Judy, Tom, and Gordon are good friends? Yes? No? Why? LANGUAGE FORM Questions with Who 1. Notice this question from the text. Who’s your best friend, Gordon? 2. Study these examples. Who’s Corbin Black? An actor. Who’s Mario Rodríguez? He’s my father. 3. Complete. We use who when we want to ask about _______________________________________.
  31. 31. 30 thirty 9 Answer the questions with Selena Gomez, Alexis Sánchez or Corbin Bleu. Who’s this young man? Who’s this woman? Who’s this football player? 10 Draw two members of your family and write questions and answers about them, following the example in Exercise 9. Who’s ________________? He / She is my ________________. ____________________________? ____________________________. 11 14 First only listen, and then listen and repeat these expressions. What are you talking about? Very interesting! That sounds great! I’d love to! 12 14 Use the information in the box to complete and act out this conversation with your partner. a.Listen, check, and then repeat. b.Role play it. • I have two tickets to meet the actors. • Do you want to meet them? • A new soap opera. It’s about three friends. A: What are you talking about? B: . A: Very interesting! B: . A: That sounds great! B: . A: I’d love to!
  32. 32. 31thirty-one Unit1 13 15 First, listen and repeat the lyrics. Then, sing the song! The More We Get Together The more we get together, together, together. The more we get together, The happier we'll be. Cause your friends are my friends, And my friends are your friends. The more we get together, the happier we'll be! 14 Write a paragraph in your notebook about your favourite famous person. Include: Name Age Characteristics (fun, intelligent, etc.) Likes (sports, computers, etc.) 15 Ask and answer these questions with your partner. a.Who is the president of your country? . b.Who is Barack Obama? He is . c. ________ is your best friend? . P R O E C TJ A person I admire 1. Think about a person you admire. 2. Draw a picture of him / her. Include name, age, class, why he / she is your best friend (because he / she is / has / likes _______). 3. Make a card with the paragraph, and add nice decorations. 4. Show it to some classmates. 5. Why do you admire this person? Think of 3 reasons and make sentences like this: I admire this person because ... Self EvaluationSelf Evaluation What interest (s) do you share with your best friend? Write a question with Who. Ask your partner. ? Sing the song in Exercise 13 again. Tick according to your performance. YES MM NO
  33. 33. 32 thirty-two SynthesisSynthesis Read this learning synthesis. Write the exercise number and the page of the activities you did in Lessons 3 and 4: Listening skills Exercise Page Make and check predictions. Find specific information. Identify speakers. Relate oral and written texts. Reading skills Make and check predictions. Find specific information in a text. Identify correct information. Writing skills Complete paragraphs. Complete sentences. Write a paragraph. Oral production Listen and repeat a conversation. Listen and repeat expressions. Sing a song. Language and vocabulary Ask questions with Who. Express possession. Describe people. Values Characteristics of good friends. CHECK YOUR PROGRESS CHECK YOUR PROGRESS Lessons 3 & 4 Language 1 Match the opposites. (5 marks) similar blonde old thin fat young black tall short different Writing 2 Describe these people. (2 marks) She has _______________________ and _______________________. He has _______________________ and _______________________. Reading 3 16 Read the text and answer Yes or No. (2 marks) Therearesixpeopleinmyfamily.Myfather’s ashopassistant.He’s38yearsold.My mother’s37andshe’sverytall.Ihavetwo brothersandonesister.Mybrothersare SimonandCharles.Mylittlesister’sname’s Roxanne.She’sverysweet.Shelikesplaying withherdollsallday!Herhair’sblackandher eyesaregreen.She’sveryhappy!
  34. 34. 33thirty-three Unit1 GlossaryGlossary SpanishEnglish divertido / afun PASTE PICTURE HERE hair pelo PASTE PICTURE here simpático / anice PASTE PICTURE here YES NO a.There are six people in my family. ___ ___ b.My mother is very short. ___ ___ c. My sister isn’t very happy. ___ ___ d.My sister’s hair is red. ___ ___ Listening 4 17 Listen to the conversation about the soap opera again, and write the missing expressions. (4 marks) Tom: I have two tickets for the latest comedy with Corbin Bleu and Ashley Tisdale. Judy: _____________________. Tom: __________________. Judy: A new soap opera. It’s about three friends. Tom: __________________. Tom: Do you want to go, Judy? Judy: _________________. Speaking 5 Sing the song The More We Get Together to your classmates. Help! Not too bad Great 0 - 2: Oh! Oh! Oh! 3 - 6: Fair 7 - 9: Good 10 - 13: Excellent TOTAL: Check with your teacher and find your score: VerbsVerbs Infinitive have enjoy Past had enjoyed Spanish tener disfrutar mismo / asame PASTE PICTURE here Go to page 133
  35. 35. 34 thirty-four 1 Find these words in the Word Search puzzle. big blonde fat fun nice old short tall thin young D G T E M F O G R L C R A F C N O I O T O V X U N T A L L H B O X D V U T G S Y N U F N S H B H E D N O L B I P M I G J D Q G N 2 Follow the clues and complete all the steps of the ladder from start to finish. CLUE a. CLUE b. CLUE d. CLUE c. 13 CLUE e. 12 FINISH a. I ________ from __________. b. They _________ from _________. c. He __________ __________. d. They _________ from _________. e. She __________ __________. START FUN, FUN, FUN FUN, FUN, FUN
  36. 36. 35thirty-five Unit1Unit1 3 Unscramble the words to find what the pictures show. 4 Possessions. Circle the tick or the cross and write sentences about what you have / don’t have (pets,TV, sister, grandparents, football, brother). B B A Y R B R H T O E ________ _________________ R T T O U _________________________ W O T S F D R N I E ________ _________________ I V E F S T T I E C K __________ _______________ K B C L A R H I A _____________ ____________ a. ____________________________ c. ____________________________ d. ____________________________ e. ____________________________ f. ____________________________ b. ____________________________
  37. 37. 36 thirty-six FINAL TESTFINAL TEST Listening 1 18 Listen and choose the correct answer. (4 marks) a. Where is Nancy from? i. Asia. ii. Australia. iii. America. b. How many brothers and sisters does she have? i. One brother and two sisters. ii. Three brothers and two sisters. iii.Two brothers and one sister. c. What is her father’s occupation? i. He’s a taxi driver. ii. He’s a teacher. iii.He’s a school bus driver. d. What’s her mother’s occupation? i. She’s a dancer. ii. She’s a shop assistant. iii.She’s a housewife. Reading 2 19 Read the postcard, and then organise the information in the chart. (7.5 marks, 0.5 each) Dear Ed, I’m sitting on the beach, eating an ice-cream. Alicia and Gabriel are swimming in the sea and Tom’s in the park. He’s playing with a friend. Pedro’s listening to the radio and reading.We’re having a fantastic holiday. Dichato’s a little fishing village and it’s very quiet. Everybody here’s very happy.We are very happy, too! This is our second holiday this year and we’re doing just what we want to do: sleeping, eating, and playing games.The food is lovely, too. Hope you can come here soon. Love, Gina Activities Places Feelings Food Holiday 3 Read the sentences and write true (T) or false (F). Correct the false sentences. (6 marks; 2 each false sentence, 1 each true sentence) a.__________ Gina is in Iquique. . b.__________ Tom’s playing with a friend. . c. __________ Gina’s listening to the radio. . d.__________ Alicia and Gabriel are swimming in the sea. . Language 4 Put the words in order to make a correct question. (3 marks, 1 each) a.that – ? – tall – Who – boy – is A: B: He’s my brother. b.Joe’s – How – is – father – old? A: B: He’s 44. c. the – Who – those – are – in – people – ? – living room A: B: They are my friends from Argentina.
  38. 38. 37thirty-seven Unit1 Writing 5 Write a paragraph about two members of your family. Include name, age, physical characteristics, occupation, possessions and likes. (4 marks) Vocabulary 6 Match each adjective with its opposite. (3.5 marks; 0.5 each) 1. young thin 2. short (hair) old 3. short (person) hot 4. fat black 5. cold new 6. blonde (hair) tall 7. old (thing) long Total score: 28 marks Speaking Talk about your family with your partner. Take turns to ask and answer 2 different questions about your family. Work out your score and read about your result 0 to 15 correct answers HELP! You have not understood an important part of the contents. Study, get some help from a partner or your teacher, revise the unit, and then do the exercises again. 16 to 23 correct answers FAIR You have been able to understand an important part of the contents; however, there are still some you need to consolidate. Correct the wrong answers. You can ask for help if you want. Revise the contents. You can do much better! 24 to 28 correct answers EXCELLENT You have learnt all or almost all the contents in the unit. Very good! Keep up the good work!
  39. 39. 38 thirty-eight EXTRA-CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES LEARNING OBJECTIVES Reading You will use different strategies to read and understand anannouncement. aninvitationtoaparty. Listening You will use different strategies to listen and understand aconversationaboutextra-curricular activities. aconversationataparty. Oral Expression You will talkaboutextra-curricularactivities. expresspreferences. askandanswerquestionsabout futureevents. talkabouteventshappeningat themoment. Written expression You will completeaninvitation. writesentencesusingnewvocabulary. writeaboutobligations. writeaboutwhat people are doing. Unit2
  40. 40. 39thirty-nine LET’S GET READY! 1.What are the benefits of extra-curricular activities at school? 2.Do you ever send or receive invitations?When? 3.What are the characteristics of a good party? 4.Look at the picture.What are the children doing? Write the names of the activities in the boxes.
  41. 41. 40 forty What do you know? JOIN THE ACTIVITIES! Lesson1 1 Which of these are instructions? Complete the spidergram. 2 Match the instructions to the pictures. a. Cook. b. Make your bed. c. Clean. d. Do the shopping. WHICH ONES? Lesson2 1 Put the words in order to form sentences. • like I black don’t notebook your • my I like bicycle new 2 Make a list of your favourite possessions and draw them. Example: I have a computer. a. b. c. d. Unit2 Instructions • Open the book. • Write your name. • I like apples. • You live in Santiago. • Stand up. • You watch TV. • Show me your pencil. • My name is Paula.
  42. 42. Unit2 41forty-one COME TO OUR PARTY Lesson3 AT THE PARTY Lesson4 1 Write a list of food you can buy at the supermarket. a.___________ b.___________ c. ___________ d.___________ 2 What questions can you ask somebody you meet for the first time? Write them on the lines. 1 Look at the pictures and answer: What do you do at the weekends? 2 Write the missing numbers. Ten, twenty,_________, forty,_________, _________, ________, eighty, ________, _________. 1 ? 2 ? 1 ? 2 ? I___________________ ___________________ ___________________ I___________________ ___________________ ___________________ I___________________ ___________________ ___________________ I___________________ ___________________ ___________________
  43. 43. 42 forty-two Before reading 1 Write three extra–curricular activities offered at your school. 2 Which of these activities can you find in the picture? Mark with a tick (✓). a. cooking b. dancing c. drawing d. gardening e. playing cards f. playing the guitar g. reading h. singing i. swimming 3 Choose the best definition. A team is a group of people who: a.choose the winners of a festival (the champions). b.do something as a group (play football, sing, prepare a sketch). c. live in the same house. 4 Predict what the text on Page 43 is going to be about. JOIN THE ACTIVITIES IN THIS LESSON YOU WILL: show comprehension of an announcement. listen and repeat a tongue twister. repeat words and reproduce a dialogue. complete a written text with instructions. express obligation. tell the time. Lesson1 vegetables sheep singing swimming pool
  44. 44. Unit2 43forty-three 5 Read the announcement and check your prediction in Exercise 4. 6 Read the text again. Can you find the extra-curricular activities you listed in Exercise 1 in The English Village announcement? 7 Read the text again and complete the chart with the following information. sketch presentation six students Mrs Elliot 15th February song festival baby- football championship 6:00 pm 8 Read the text once more. Are these statements true (T) or false (F)? a. The students have to participate in two activities. b. The tutors have to select one event. c. The activities have to be in English. d. Mrs Elliott is the director. Activities Students in a team Registration with Date of events Time of events  T F Reading Join the following extra-curricular activities at The English Village. 1. Sketch Presentation 2. Song Festival 3. Baby Football Championship You have to get together with five friends and register for one event. This is the process you have to follow: a. you have to select one event you like very much; b. you have to form a team with five friends, so your team is six people in total; c. you have to give your team a name, for example, The dolphins, The tigers, The champions, etc.; d. you have to get a tutor to help you; e. you have to register with Mrs Elliot, the Director’s secretary; f. you have to prepare a sketch or a song, or train to play baby football; g. you have to present the play or song in the final event or participate in the championship; ATTENTION, VILLAGE STUDENTS AND TUTORS! All the activities have to be in English. The events are on February 15th at 6 p.m. 29
  45. 45. After reading 1. Read these sentences from the text and other examples. a. The events are at 6 pm. b. I get up at 7:15. c. We finish classes at 3:45. d. My sister goes to bed at 8:30. e. The English class starts at 9:20. f. The sketch presentation is at 4:50. 2. Choose an expression to replace the times in bold in Point 1. Half past eight Twenty past nine A quarter to four Six o’clock Ten to five A quarter past seven LANGUAGE FORM The time Have to 1. Read these sentences from the text. Pay attention to the words in bold. a. First, you have to select one event you like very much. b. Next, you have to form a team with five friends, six in total. c. Then, you have to give your team a name. 2. Circle the correct option. Have to is used to express___________. a. possession. b. obligation. c. contradiction. LANGUAGE FORM 9 Write three things that you have to do every day. a. b. c. 10 What time is it? Draw the hands in the clocks. It’s three o’clock. It’s quarter past two. It’s half past twelve. It’s quarter to nine. 11 Ask and answer these questions with your partner. 1.What do you have to do at: a.seven o’clock in the morning? b.ten past four in the afternoon? 2.What time do you have to do your homework? 3.What time is it? 44 forty-four
  46. 46. Unit2 12 30 Listen and repeat this dialogue. Student I want to participate in an extra-curricular activity. Tutor: Well, you have to select an event and register with the secretary. Student: And then? Tutor: You have to participate in the final event. Student: What time are the events? Tutor: They’re at six pm. Student: OK. Thank you very much. Tutor: You’re welcome. 13 31 Listen and repeat this tongue twister as fast as possible! 45forty-five P R O E C TJ Create your announcement 1. Find out what extra-curricular activities your school offers. 2. Form groups of five students and choose one of the activities. 3. Write the instructions to join the activity. 4. Get together with the other groups and make a set of brochures to promote the different activities. 5. Display the brochures in a visible place in your classroom. Are you able to understand your own brochure? Self EvaluationSelf Evaluation 14 WRITE AN INVITATION Complete this invitation and then write one for a different event in your notebook, following the writing steps on Page 27. Thelma sings the theme song. Thelma sings the theme song. THELMA SINGS THE THEME SONG. Do you want to participate in the Song Festival this year? When? On . What time? At . You read the Festival regulations on the Internet. You thelyricsandthemusic. Then,you topractisethesongand itbye-mail. this year? . read the Festival regulations on the Internet. Who is the announcement addressed to? How many events can the participants select? Ask your partner the time. Tick according to your performance. YES MM NO
  47. 47. 46 forty-six WHICH ONES? Lesson2 Before listening 1 Look at the picture and answer the questions. a.Who’s in the picture? i. The tutors, the girls, and the boys. ii. The girls and the boys. iii.The tutors. b.What are they doing? i. They are acting. ii. They are reading. iii.They are dancing. 2 Answer with a ✓(Yes, I do), or a (No, I don’t). a. Do you sing? ____ b. Do you want to sing in English? ____ c. Do you act? ____ d. Do you want to act in a play in English? ____ e. Do you play football? ____ 3 Carolina, Macarena, Gonzalo, and Pablo choose one extra activity. Which ones? Write the children’s names. a.Acting in a theatre play - b.Playing baby-football - c. Singing a song - ATTENTION, VILLAGE STUDENTS AND TUTORS! Join the following extra-curricular activities at The English Village. 1. Sketch Presentation 2. Song Festival 3. Baby Football Championship You have to get together with five friends and register for one event. This is the process you have to follow: a. you have to select one event you like very much; b. you have to form a team with five friends, so your team is six people in total; c. you have to give your team a name, for example, The dolphins, The tigers, The champions, etc.; d. you have to get a tutor to help you; e. you have to register with Mrs Elliot, the Director’s secretary; f. you have to prepare a sketch or a song, or train to play baby football; g. you have to present the play or song in the final event or participate in the championship; IN THIS LESSON YOU WILL: show comprehension of a conversation. reproduce a dialogue. pronounce the letter o in different ways. express preferences. All the activities have to be in English. The events are on February 15th at 6 p.m.
  48. 48. Listening 4 32 Listen and check your prediction in Exercise 3. 5 32 Listen and choose the best option (i – iii) to complete the sentences (a – b). a.Pablo and Gonzalo mention other boys i.to form a team. ii. to act in a play. iii. to sing in a festival. b.Carolina selects her activity because i.she is an actress. ii.she is happy. iii. she is with Macarena. 6 32 Cross out what is NOT said in the conversation. a.I want to act with Carolina. / I want to act with Macarena. b.I’m an amateur actress. / I’m an amateur player. c. We want to be the champions. / We want to be the football champions. 8 32 Listen and join the parts with a line to form two true sentences. Susan wants to help the boys with the acting practice. Tony wants to help the girls with the football in a sketch. 7 32 Listen again and match the people and the activities. Write the corresponding letter. ___ Carolina ___ Gonzalo ___ Macarena ___ Pablo ___ Susan ___ Tony Unit2 47forty-seven a b
  49. 49. 48 forty-eight 10 33 Listen to the different ways of pronouncing the letter o in English. Then, repeat each group of words. a.love – some – come – mother b.lost – cost – rock – top c. lose – move – prove - who 11 Complete the paragraph with the words in the box. LANGUAGE FORM Simple Present (Affirmative / Interrogative) 1. Read these examples from the text. I like football. Do you sing, act, or play football? I want to help you. Do you like playing football? I want to act. 2. What is special about the questions? We use the special word __________________________. 9 Complete these questions and answers. a.A:______________ you want to sing in our group? B: Yes, I love ______________! b.A: ______________ like waters sports? B: Yes, I ______________ swimming very much. I _____________________ singing and I like _____________________ very much. In the future, I _____________________ to be _____________________. I want to be famous on _____________________. • acting • an actress • like • television • want 12 34 Listen to this dialogue. First, listen and repeat. Then, change the parts underlined with your own ideas and practise it with your partner. Sally: Hello, Rick. Rick: Hi, Sally. Sally: Do you like acting, Rick? Rick: No, I don’t. Sally: And do you like singing? Rick: Yes, I do. Sally: Do you want to sing now? Rick: Yes, I do. After listening
  50. 50. Unit2 49forty-nine P R O E C TJ A pet fair 1. Interview ten people in your school. a. Ask them if they like pets. b. Ask them why they like / don’t like pets. c. Find out what pets are the most popular. d.Take note of their answers. 2. Make a poster with a classmate. Illustrate it with pictures of the most popular pets according to the interview. 3. Organise the results of your interviews in the poster clearly. 4. Display your project in a visible place. 5. Why do people usually have pets? Explain. How many speakers can you identify in the recording? a. two b. four c. six Complete this dialogue. A: you like sports? B: No, . Say these words. mother rock who Tick according to your performance. YES MM NO Self EvaluationSelf Evaluation 13 Complete this comic strip with the appropriate words from the box. There are two words you do not need to use. 14 Now you can express your preferences! What do you like doing? Interview your partner and write his answers on a piece of paper. Then, correct it with your teacher. • finally • like • Do • want (2) • first
  51. 51. 50 fifty SynthesisSynthesis Read this learning synthesis. Write the exercise number and the page of the activities you did in Lessons 1 and 2: Listening skills Exercise Page Make and check predictions. Discriminate between correct and incorrect information. Find specific information in a text. Classify information. Reading skills Make and check predictions. Find specific information about people and activities. Identify what is said or not. Match pictures and information. Writing skills Complete a summary or a paragraph. Complete dialogues. Oral production Role play a dialogue indicating sequence. Role play dialogues about preferences. Language and vocabulary Match words and pictures. Use words and expressions to complete and role play dialogues. Values Respect for different preferences. Participation in different extra-curricular activities. CHECK YOUR PROGRESS CHECK YOUR PROGRESS Lessons 1 & 2 Listening 1 35 Listen and complete the sentences. (5 marks) a. I love ______________ and _________ football. b. _______________ you like martial arts? c. First, choose an ________________. Then, form a ________________. Writing 2 Write three extra activities at your school. (3 marks) a._________________________________ b._________________________________ c._________________________________ Language 3 Fill in the blanks in this paragraph with a word from the box. (4 marks) • act • perform • select • text To ______________ in a theatre play, you have to invite some friends to participate. As a team, you have to ______________ a play or sketch and you have to practise the ______________ several times. Then, you have to ______________ your play or sketch in front of an audience. .
  52. 52. 51fifty-one Unit2 GlossaryGlossary SpanishEnglish VerbsVerbs Reading 36 4 Read the text and write true (T) or false (F). Correct the false statements. (8 marks) Rebecca: What do you want to do now? Leo: I want to watch TV. Rebecca: First, we have to do our Spanish homework. Leo: Well, yes, but I want to see the new TV programme! Do you want to watch it with me? Rebecca: No, thanks. I prefer to do my homework first. Spanish is very difficult for me. Leo: And after that, do you want to watch TV? Rebecca: OK, OK. a.Rebecca and Leo have to do their Spanish homework. ____________________________ b. Leo wants to do his homework first. ____________________________ c. Rebecca wants to watch the programme first. ____________________________ d. English is very difficult for Rebecca. ____________________________ 0 - 5: Help! 6 - 12: Fair 13 - 18: Good 19 - 20: Excellent TOTAL: Check with your teacher and find your score: T F campeonato everyday todos los días friend amigo/a song canción team equipo championship PASTE PICTURE HERE PASTE PICTURE HERE PASTE PICTURE HERE play obra de teatro PASTE PICTURE HERE PASTE PICTURE HERE PASTE PICTURE HERE choose help register sing understand want elegir ayudar inscribirse cantar entender desear, querer Go to page 133 Infinitive Spanish
  53. 53. IN THIS LESSON YOU WILL: read and understand an invitation to a party. express future events. follow directions. say when things happen. ask and answer about quantities using How muchandHowmany. Lesson3 Before reading 1 Tick (✓) the elements included in an invitation to a party. a. ___ name b. ___ cost c. ___ date d. ___ colour of the house e. ___ father’s name f. ___ address g. ___ time 2 Write the names of these activities in the picture. • eat • dance • talk • listen to music • drink • play computer games • watch TV 3 Write as many words as you can, connected with the word party. _____________ _____________ _____________ _____________ _____________ _____________ PARTY 4 There will be a party at the English Village. Predict what food the people will eat / drink. ____ Cake ____ Water ____ Sandwiches ____ Soda ____ Hot-dogs ____ Fruit 52 fifty-two COME TO OUR PARTY
  54. 54. Reading 37 Unit2 53fifty-three Cabin 12 invites all the participants of The English Village to a party! WHEN? Saturday February 12th WHAT TIME? 8 p.m. WHERE? On Manor Road, opposite the cafeteria, and next to the camping site. FEE. HOW MUCH? $1,000 ACTIVITIES. HOW MANY? Six! We will eat, dance, talk, and listen to music, watch the football match, and play computer games. FOOD? We will have hot-dogs, pizzas, and sodas. HOPE YOU CAN MAKE IT! RSVP to Gonzalo or Macarena at 831-82-834 INVITATION TO A PARTY We want to have a party with all the students and the tutors in the English Village because a party is a good occasion to meet people, dance, and talk. It is also a good occasion to drink soda and eat hot-dogs. 5 Read the text and check your predictions in Exercise 4. 6 Read the text again and choose the correct answer. a.Who is inviting? i.The English Village. ii.Manor Road. iii. Cabin 12. b.How much is the fee? i.Free. ii.$ 2,000. iii.$ 1,000. c. When is the party? i.On Sunday. ii.On Saturday. iii.On Monday. 7 Read the text. Match (a – d) and (i – iv). The students at the party will: a. play i. the football match b.eat ii. to music c. watch iii. pizza d.listen iv. computer games 8 Answer the questions. a.Where is the party? b.Where is that cabin? c. How many activities will there be? d.What time is the party?
  55. 55. 54 fifty-four After reading 1. Notice these examples from the text. We will eat hot-dogs. / We will eat, dance, and listen to music. 2. What is the person talking about? a. The past. b. The present. c. The future. 3. You can also use ´ll (will), especially when speaking. We’ll eat hot-dogs. / We’ll eat, dance, and listen to music. LANGUAGE FORM Will How much? / How many? 1. Analyse these questions and answers from the text. a.How much? $1,000 b.How many? Six! 2. Complete these sentences. a.We use How much when we want to ask about: i. the time. ii. the price. iii. the date. b.We use How many when we want to ask about: i. quantity. ii. manner. LANGUAGE FORM 9 Complete indicating future actions or predictions using will. a.I _____________ to the party on Saturday. (go) b.They _____________ computer games. (play) c. We _____________ a lot. (dance) d.People _____________ only pills. (eat) e.Doctors _____________ a cure for everything. (find) 10 38 First only listen and then listen and repeat a.These words: b. These sentences. I’ll go to the party. I’ll eat hot-dogs We’ll go to the party. We’ll eat hot-dogs. kill Bill fill Syd bean deal feel seed 11 Read the answers and complete the questions with How much or How many. a._____________ birds are there in the garden? There are two. b._____________ is the ticket for the concert? Fifty dollars. c. _____________ pencils do you have? Thirteen. d._____________ money is there? There are three thousand dollars. e. _____________ activities can you choose?
  56. 56. Unit2 55fifty-five 13 WRITE ABOUTTIME, PLACE, PRICE AND QUANTITIES Write a short paragraph about an event in the near future (real or imaginary). Follow the writing steps on Page 27. Then, draw and colour the event. P R O E C TJ A party 1. In groups of three students, prepare your own invitation card to a party. 2. Use the invitation in this lesson as a model. 3. Write it on several pieces of colour cardboard and decorate it nicely. 4. Include healthy food in your invitation. 5. Distribute your card among your friends. 6. Were your friends able to understand your cards? What do you have to do to accept the invitation to the party? Complete these questions. is the party? On Saturday. is the fee? $ 2,000 Tick according to your performance. YES MM NO Self EvaluationSelf Evaluation 12 39 Listen to this dialogue.Then, practise it with your partner changing the parts underlined. A: When is the party? B: On Saturday. A: How much is it? B: $100. A: How many children will go? B: About 50. A: Great!
  57. 57. Before listening 1 Answer these questions in your group. a.What type of parties do you go to? b.What do you do at parties? 2 Circle options according to your own preferences. a.What do you drink at a party? soft-drinks juice milk water mineral water b.What do you eat at a party? pizza hot-dogs crisps cake hamburgers sandwiches c. What type of music do you dance at a party? reggae tropical rock funk reggaeton 3 Tick (✓) the questions you think you will hear in the recording. ____ Do you want to dance? ____ Are you doing your homework? ____ What are you drinking? ____ Do you want to study now? ____ What are you eating? ____ Are you eating an apple? AT THE PARTY IN THIS LESSON YOU WILL: listen to a conversation at a party. identify healthy food and learn about its benefits. exchange information about things that are happening at the moment. learn to pronounce the sounds / d / and / ð /. Lesson4 56 fifty-six
  58. 58. Unit2 57fifty-seven Listening 4 40 Listen and check your predictions in Exercise 3. 5 40 Listen and tick (✓) Yes or No. Yes No a.Do you want to dance? ____ ____ b.Do you want a piece? ____ ____ c. Are you eating a sandwich? ____ ____ d.Are you eating an apple, too? ____ ____ e.Do you like this party? ____ ____ f. Do you like parties, Sandra? ____ ____ 6 40 Listen and tick (✓) the food mentioned. 7 40 Listen and underline what you hear. a.Nice / Happy to meet you. b.My name’s / I’m David. c. I’m drinking some soda / some orange juice. d.Are you eating a sandwich? / a hot dog? e.No, I’m eating cheese / pizza. a b c d e f g
  59. 59. 58 fifty-eight 8 What are these people doing? Write the sentences. a. They ___________ b. Bob ___________ c. Sheila ___________ 9 41 Listen and repeat this poem. Pay attention to the pronunciation of the sounds / d / and / ð /. LANGUAGE FORM The Present Continuous 1. Read these sentences from the text. a.I’m drinking some orange juice. b.Are you eating a sandwich? c. No, I’m eating pizza. 2. Answer these questions about the sentences in Point 1. a.What type of actions do they refer to? i. Permanent. ii. Happening now. b.What is the ending of the main verb? i. –ing. ii. –ed. 3. Complete the rule. We use the Present Continuous tense to express _______. We form the Present Continuous tense with the verb _______ and the main verb ending in _______. After reading What Does the Bee Do? Christina Rossetti What does the bee do? Bring home honey. And what does the Father do? Bring home money. And what does the Mother do? Lay out the money. And what does the baby do? Eat up the honey. Fuente:Rossetti,C.(1893)Whatdoesthebeedo?Retrieved July 10, 2012, from http://www.poemhunter.com/poem/what-does-the-bee-do/
  60. 60. Unit2 59fifty-nine 10 42 Work in pairs. a.Complete the dialogues. b.Listen and check. c. Practise and role play the dialogues with your partner. a.______________ you ______________ a chocolate? Yes, please. b.______________ you ______________ fruit? No, ______________ chips. c. ______________ you ______________? I ______________ my history lesson. And you? d.______________ the teacher ______________ the tests? Yes, he is. 11 Let’s find out! a.Use the Internet and find out the qualities of a fruit or vegetable. b.Write two interesting healthy facts about it in your notebook. c. Tell your classmates about your findings. P R O E C TJ A healthy food fair! 1. Organise a healthy food fair in your classroom. 2. Set up tables and display healthy food on them. 3. Label the food and write brief descriptions. 4. Were your descriptions clear? Did your friends understand them? Self EvaluationSelf Evaluation Who are the speakers in the conversation? a.Jennifer and Susan b. Susan and David c. Susan, David, and Jennifer Write what the people around you are doing now. How many items of healthy food can you write in one minute? Tick according to your performance. YES MM NO
  61. 61. 60 sixty SynthesisSynthesis Read this learning synthesis. Write the exercise number and the page of the activities you did in Lessons 3 and 4: Listening skills Make and check predictions. Find specific information about people’s choices. Identify what is said or not. Match pictures and information. Reading skills Make and check predictions. Find specific information in a text. Discriminate between correct and incorrect information. Writing skills Put words in order to form sentences. Complete sentences and dialogues. Oral production Say a poem. Role play dialogues at a party. Language and vocabulary Match words and pictures. Make word families. Complete word diagrams. Values Respect for different preferences. Good manners when offering, accepting, and refusing. CHECK YOUR PROGRESS CHECK YOUR PROGRESS Lessons 3 & 4 Language 1 Complete these vocabulary diagrams. (11 marks) Listening 2 43 Listen to the conversation in Lesson 4 again and complete. (4 marks) a. Do you _______ a _______, Jennifer? b. We _______, _______, and talk, and talk, and talk! b. Activities at a party a. Food / drinks at a party Exercise Page
  62. 62. Unit2 61sixty-one GlossaryGlossary SpanishEnglish VerbsVerbs Reading 44 Infinitive drink eat go meet offer talk Spanish beber comer ir conocer ofrecer hablar Go to page 133 0 - 2: Oh! Oh! Oh! 3 - 6: Fair 12 - 20: Good 21 - 23: Excellent TOTAL: Check with your teacher and find your score: Bobby's Birthday Party Bobby will be ten years old next week. His mum and dad will have a birthday party for him. He will invite twenty of his friends to the party. They will wear hats and they will eat birthday cake. The children will play table tennis and they will dance to their favourite music. On that day, Bobby will be very happy! 3 Read the text and tick (✓) Yes or No. (4 marks) a. He will invite 12 of his friends. b. They will wear hats. c. They will eat pizza. d. The children will play table tennis. Writing 4 Complete this invitation card with your own ideas. (4 marks) Yes No cabaña road camino bebidas cabin soft drinks PASTE PICTURE HERE PASTE PICTURE HERE PASTE PICTURE HERE Help! Fair Very good! Come to my party! When: Where: What time: Food:
  63. 63. 62 sixty-two 1 Complete the sentences with the corresponding names. Adam Barbara Chris and Dan Gilbert HeidiEric and Fran Laura MikeIris, Joe, and Ken Olivia PaulMrs Novack a. likes pizza. b. like dancing. c. are champions. d. are thirsty. e. is a dancer. f. eats hamburgers. g. plays football. h. listens to music. FUN, FUN, FUN FUN, FUN, FUN
  64. 64. Unit2 63sixty-three 2 Offer the food items or invite your friend to do the activities. Circle the answers you receive. 3 Guess Felipe’s dream car. Read the clues and tick your answer. a.It is red. b.It is very modern. c. It has two doors. + - soda + - dance a. b. + - sandwich + - chocolate c. d. + - ride a bike + - chips e. f.
  65. 65. 64 sixty-four FINAL TESTFINAL TEST Listening 1 45 Listen to a telephone conversation and answer the following questions. (3 marks) a.What is Sam doing? b.Why is he playing computer games? c. Does his father like computer games? 2 Listen again and tick (✓) the sentences you hear. (3 marks) a.She doesn’t like these games. ____ b.He doesn’t like these games. ____ c. The same as my father! ____ d.The same as my mother! ____ e.Is your father near you now? ____ f. Is your father next to you now?____ Language 3 Read the sentences and correct the mistakes. ( 3 marks) a.I am watch TV now. b.Richard and Susan are plays in the kitchen. c. What is your sister drinks? Reading 4 46 Read the following text and answer the questions. (3 marks) James: Hi Alice. How are you today? Alice: Hi James. I'm fine, and you? James: Great, thank you. Remember, the Spanish class is at 3 o'clock today. Alice: At what time? James: At three o’clock. Alice: Thank you, James... By the way, what time is it now? James: It's quarter past eleven. Alice: It's time for lunch! James: Lunch, now? Lunch time is at twelve. Alice: Well, I'm hungry now. James: You're funny Alice.This is a serious school! Alice: But I'm hungry, Let’s have a snack. a.What time is the Spanish class? b.What’s the time now? c. Who’s hungry?
  66. 66. Unit2 65sixty-five Writing 5 Write a short e-mail to a friend, describing your daily activities. Include the times. (4 marks) Vocabulary 6 Complete each section of the chart with three items. (12 marks) Healthy Food Extra-curricular activities 1. 1. 2. 2. 3. 3. Party activities Time (in words) 1. 1. 2. 2. 3. 3. Total score: 28 marks Speaking Ask your partner what time it is. Ask your partner what time the class is. Ask your partner where the physical education teacher is. Ask your partner what the teacher is doing now. The English Village por: Work out your score and read about your result. 0 to 15 correct answers HELP! You have not understood an important part of the contents. Study, get some help from a partner or your teacher, revise the unit, and then do the exercises again. 16 to 23 correct answers FAIR You have been able to understand an important part of the contents; however, there are still some you need to consolidate. Correct the wrong answers. You can ask for help if you want. Revise the contents. You can do much better! 24 to 28 correct answers EXCELLENT You have learnt all or almost all the contents in the unit. Very good! Keep up the good work!
  67. 67. 66 sixty-six HOLIDAYS AND SPECIAL EVENTS Unit3 LEARNING OBJECTIVES Reading You will use different strategies to read and understand anencyclopaedicarticle. atouristbrochure. Listening You will use different strategies to listen and understand aconversationatamuseum. givingandfollowingdirections. Oral Expression You will talkaboutnationalcelebrationsandhow actionsareperformed. expresshabitualactivities. talkaboutplacesandclimate. giveandfollowdirections. Written expression You will writeaboutaChileanfestival. writeaboutaChileancelebration. writeaboutabilities. writeaboutfutureplans.
  68. 68. 67sixty-seven LET’S GET READY! 1.Is it good to have national holidays?Why?Why not? 2.In your opinion, are museums important?Why?Why not? 3.Do you know any museums in your area and / or in Chile? 4.Have you ever been to an interactive museum? Describe it. 5.Can you identify the countries in the pictures?
  69. 69. 68 sixty-eight What do you know? CELEBRATING NATIONAL HOLIDAYS Lesson1 AN INTERACTIVE MUSEUM Lesson2 1 Write these sentences in the negative form. a.I’m ten years old. b.John and his wife are in Europe now. c. Andrew’s a very tall boy. d.We’re playing a football match at the moment. 2 What are the people in the pictures doing? Write the sentences. a. b. c. d. Unit3 1 Unscramble the words and find the day of the week. a.YSNAUD b.YADRIF c. TSUEDYA d.WNESDYAE e.STAUDRYA f. TRUHDSAY g.YANODM 2 What numbers are missing? Write them in words. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 9 11 12 14 15 16 18 19 20 21 22 24 26 27 28 31
  70. 70. Unit3 69sixty-nine 69 SPECIAL HOLIDAYS Lesson3 PLANS Lesson4 1 Make a list of five things you do in class. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 2 Make a list of five things you are going to do next summer. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 1 Match the pictures to the correct place in the map. 2 Complete the names of the countries. E _ _ l _ n _ _ o u _ h A f _ _ _ a I _ e _ a _ d U _ _ t e _ _ t _ t _ s
  71. 71. 70 xxxxxxxxxxx70 seventy Before reading 1 In your group, describe your ideal National Day. Date: Activities: Reason for celebration: 2 Look at the picture and complete the following chart. National days in: Colours used: Activities during national days: 3 Find these words in the text on Page 71 and then write them in the picture. Flag Costumes Sky 4 Predict what the text is going to be about. a.National holidays. b.National emblems and heroes. c. National and international holidays. CELEBRATING NATIONAL HOLIDAYS IN THIS LESSON YOU WILL: show comprehension of encyclopaedic articles. learn how to say dates. role play a dialogue. write a text about a Chilean festival. make a poster about National Days in different countries. Lesson1
  72. 72. Unit3 71seventy-one Reading THEUSA The USA celebrates Independence Day (commonly known as the 4th of July) to commemorate the declaration of independence from Great Britain in 1776. People associate Independence Day with fireworks, parades, barbecues, picnics, baseball games, and various other public and private events celebrating the history, government, and traditions of the United States. C H I L E Chile officially proclaimed independence on the 12th February 1818, but Chileans celebrate their independence from Spain on September 18th. Celebrations include parades, dancing, music, drinking, and eating traditional Chilean food. Children and their families usually fly kites cheerfully. The day after Independence Day, 19th September, is also a national holiday, the Armed Forces Day. It includes military and naval parades and events celebrating Chile’s military victories, including independence. Parades also include “huasos”, the Chilean cowboys. Adaptedfrom:IndependenceDayintheUSA.(n.d.) Retrieved July 10, 2012,from http://www.timeanddate.com/ holidays/us/independence-day Adaptedfrom:St.Patrick’sDay.(n.d.) Retrieved July 9, 2012,fromhttp://www.history.com/topics/st-patricks-day Adaptedfrom:Ottey,M.(2011,September3).IndependenceDayInChile.Retrieved July 10, 2012, fromhttp:// miketendstotravel.com/2011/09/03/independence-day-in-chile/ I R E L A N D This is the flag of St Patrick. St Patrick’s flag represents Ireland. Saint Patrick is the patron saint of Ireland. He initiated Christianity in Ireland. Irish people celebrate this festivity enthusiastically on 17th March and it is known as St. Patrick ’s Day. On this day, people wear a clover (see the picture), the national emblem. This national day is celebrated joyfully with a big parade and festival in Ireland and England. The parade includes marching bands from Britain, Ireland and Europe, costumes, community groups, dancing schools, and Irish music. 5 Read the text and check your prediction in Exercise 4. 6 Read the text and complete the chart. Date Reason Ireland ________________ St. Patrick’s day The USA ________________ ________________ Chile September 18th ________________ 57 CELEBRATING NATIONAL HOLIDAYS
  73. 73. 72 seventy-two 7 Read the text again. Classify these words and phrases. traditional food and music picnics dancing schools fireworks community parades military parades barbecues After reading 1. Read these sentences from the text and other examples. Pay special attention to the words in bold. a.Irish people celebrate this festivity enthusiastically. b.This national day is celebrated joyfully. c. Children and their families usually fly kites cheerfully. d.Drive carefully, it’s raining hard. e.Kevin runs fast. He’s the best runner at school. 2. What do the words in bold indicate? Circle an alternative. a.Where the actions are performed. b.When the actions are performed. c. How the actions are performed. 3. Complete the rule. When we want to indicate ________ an action is performed, we use ________. They usually end in __________. Notice that there are exceptions, such as __________ and __________. LANGUAGE FORM Adverbs of manner 8 Complete these sentences with an adverb from the box. a.My brother can do these exercises __________. b.My mother smiles __________ when I arrive home. c. You must clean your room __________. d.Mahani Teavi plays the piano __________. 9 How do you do these activities? Write the sentences and tell a classmate. a.Study for the tests: . b.Clean my room: . c. Prepare my school bag: . • beautifully • easily • enthusiastically • happilly • quickly
  74. 74. Unit3 73seventy-three 10 58 First only listen and then listen and repeat. a.these ordinal numbers. first second third fourth fifth sixth seventh eighth ninth tenth eleventh nineteenth twentieth twenty first b.these dates (the _________________ of _________________). 1st January 17th March 18th September 4th July c. these years. 1492 1776 1818 1995 2008 2010 11 59 Put this dialogue in order. Then listen and check. B: _____ On 18th September. A: _____ When is the National day in Chile? B: _____ We eat barbecues and fly kites. A: _____ What do you do? 12 Change the underlined parts in the dialogue in Exercise 11. Practise and role play it with your partner. What type of text did you read? a. An interview. b.An article. Say these dates. a. Your birthday. b.The battle of Iquique. Answer with one word. How do you celebrate your birthday? Tick according to your performance. YES MM NO Self EvaluationSelf Evaluation Daily activities 1. Interview two teachers about how they do their daily activities. 2. Interview two students about how they do their daily activities. 3. Write two texts on cardboard with the result of your interviews: Teachers’daily routine Students’daily routine 4. Use pictures and drawings. 5. Display your work in a visible place in your classroom. 6. Is your routine the same every day? What about Summer? P R O E C TJ13 WRITING A SHORT PARAGRAPH Find information about the Tapati Rapanui Festival and write a paragraph about it in your notebook. Include date, competitions, selection and crowning of the queen, etc. Follow the writing steps on Page 27.
  75. 75. 74 seventy-four AN INTERACTIVE MUSEUM Lesson2 Before listening 1 Have you been to an interactive museum? If the answer is Yes, ask and answer questions a – c. If the answer is No, ask and answer questions d – f. a.Did you like it? b.What did you see? c. What did you do? d.Would you like to visit one? e.What would you like to see? f. What would you like to do? 2 Can you predict what Susan and Tony are doing in an interactive museum? a.They are learning about International Holidays. b.They are answering questions about Columbus Day in Chile. c. They are asking questions about Chilean holidays. 3 Number these questions in the order you think they will appear in the text. When do Chileans celebrate? What do people celebrate? What do people do? IN THIS LESSON YOU WILL: listentoaconversationinaninteractivemuseum. talkaboutwhatpeopledo/don’tdo. repeatatonguetwistertopractisethesounds/d/and/ð/. completesentencesabouthabitualactivities. makeaposteraboutColumbusDay.
  76. 76. Unit3 seventy-five Listening 4 60 Listen and check your prediction in Exercise 2. 5 60 Listen again and check the order of the questions in Exercise 3. 6 60 Listen and tick (✓) the sentences you hear. a. _____ I know the answer! d. _____ The hero’s birthday. b. _____ Wow! It’s a test! e. _____ I’ll answer this question. c. _____ Well done. Continue. f. _____ Sorry, try again. 7 60 Listen again. Find and correct the mistakes on the screens. a. c. d. b. 8 60 Listen to the recording once more and answer. How many correct and wrong answers did the visitors get? Correct answers: ___________________. Wrong answers: ___________________.
  77. 77. 76 seventy-six 9 61 First only listen and then listen and repeat: a.these pairs of words. day - they dose - those do - the don't - that b.these sentences. What did they do? Do the exercise now. Don't answer that question. c. this tongue twister. Dan said: "Don't do that on that day; they don't dance on Dad's day." LANGUAGE FORM Simple Present Affirmative and Negative 1. Negative sentences: I / we / you / they do not (don’t) he / she / it does not (doesn’t) 2. Read these examples. Affirmative Negative I know. I don’t know. Children go to school. Children don’t go to school. Tony likes the test. Tony doesn’t like the test. Click on ‘celebrations’. Don’t click on ‘celebrations’. 10 Circle the affirmative or the negative form of the verb according to the text in the listening activities. a.Tony knows / doesn’t know the answer. b.People celebrate / don’t celebrate the arrival of Columbus in America. c. Macarena answers / doesn’t answer correctly. 11 What about you? Circle your answer. a.I celebrate / don’t celebrate Columbus Day. b.I like / don’t like interactive museums. c. I go / don’t go to school on Columbus Day. 12 Say the sentences in Exercise 10 after the teacher. Say them to your partner. After listening
  78. 78. Unit3 77seventy-seven Who are the children talking to at the museum? a. A guide. b. A computer. c. A visitor. What do you do on Independence Day? . Tick according to your performance. YES MM NO Self EvaluationSelf Evaluation 13 62 Listen and repeat this dialogue. Then practise it with your partner. A: What do you do on the 12th of October? B: I stay at home and I rest. And you? A: I visit my grandmother and play with my cousins. 14 Work in pairs. a.Choose a Chilean holiday and complete this dialogue with information that is true for you. A: What do you do on _________________? B: I _________________ and _________________. How about you? A: I don’t _____________. I _____________ and _____________. b.Practise and role play the dialogue in front of your classmates. 15 Invent a short dialogue between the natives and the Spanish, and write it in the speech bubbles. Then, practice it with your partner. Christopher Columbus 1. Collect information about Christopher Columbus. 2. Make a poster about Columbus’s trip. 3. Use pictures and drawings. 4. Display it in the classroom. 5. Is Columbus’s day the most important celebration in your country? P R O E C TJ
  79. 79. 78 seventy-eight SynthesisSynthesis Read this learning synthesis. Write the exercise number and the page of the activities you did in Lessons 1 and 2: Listening skills Exercise Page Make and check predictions. Identify correct information. Find specific information. Reading skills Make and check predictions. Identify correct information. Find specific information. Writing skills Write words to complete sentences. Complete charts. Write sentences in order. Oral production Role play dialogues. Listen and repeat words and sentences. Language and vocabulary Words related to national celebrations. Structures and words related to holiday activities. Values Understand the importance of cultural values. Appreciate other countries’festivities. CHECK YOUR PROGRESS CHECK YOUR PROGRESS Lessons 1 & 2 Listening 1 63 Listen to the dialogue in Lesson 2 again and complete the sentences. (4 marks) a. Touch the screen to select a . b. Let's select a Chilean . c. Steve, click on the next . d. What do people do on ? Language 2 Match the words with the pictures. (3 marks) parade flag screen a. b. c. 3 Tick the September activities in Chile. (2 marks) Go to school Fly kites Military parades Go to see the fireworks Writing 4 Complete the paragraph with the words in the box. (4 marks) • 1492 • celebrate • small • discovery On 12th October, people ______________ the ________________ of America. Columbus arrived in America in ________. He used three __________________ ships.
  80. 80. Unit3 79seventy-nine GlossaryGlossary SpanishEnglish VerbsVerbs 5 Write two things you do / don’t do at weekends. (2 marks) a. b. Reading 6 64 Read the text and complete the chart. (4 marks) 0 - 3: Oh! Oh! Oh! 4 - 7: Fair 8 - 14: Good 15 - 19: Excellent TOTAL: Check with your teacher and find your score: trébol flag bandera kite volantín holidays vacaciones costumes disfraces clover PASTE PICTURE HERE PASTE PICTURE HERE PASTE PICTURE HERE holiday día feriado PASTE PICTURE HERE PASTE PICTURE HERE PASTE PICTURE HERE do fly wear hacer volar, elevar (volantines) usar (ropa, adornos) Go to page 135 In the USA, people celebrate Columbus Day on the second Monday in October. They celebrate Columbus's trip from Spain to Hispaniola (Haiti) in 1492. In many cities of the country there are parades in commemoration of the day. Many American people celebrate Columbus Day as a day of rest and relaxation. Celebration Date Reason Events Speaking 7 Talk about Independence Day celebrations in Chile. A: What _______ you ______ on _______? B: I _______ and _______. And you? A: I _______________________________. Help! Not too bad Great Infinitive Spanish
  81. 81. IN THIS LESSON YOU WILL: read and understand a tourist brochure. talk about the climate in Chile. express possibility and ability to do something. use but to contrast information. complete a paragraph about a city in Chile. make a list of things tourists can do in Chile. Lesson3 Before reading 1 Make a list of tourist attractions you know or want to know. 2 Three important attractions in Santiago are La Moneda, __________________________ and _____________________. 3 Answer these questions. a. Where is San Pedro de Atacama? i. In the north of Chile. ii. In the centre of Chile. iii. In the south of Chile. b.Where is Sydney? i. In Great Britain. ii. In Australia. iii. In the USA. 4 Read the word list and tick (✓) the cognates you think will appear in the text. animals climate area mountains attractions photos ceramics tourist desert vacation multicultural visit 5 Predict. This lesson is about: a. archaeological places. b. tourist places. c. Chile. SPECIAL HOLIDAYS 80 eighteen
  82. 82. Reading 65 6 Read the text and check your predictions in Exercises 4 and 5. 7 Read and decide: San Pedro (SP) or Sydney (S). a. ___ European colony b. ___ Pre - Hispanic village c. ___ National Parks d. ___ Immigrants e. ___ North of Chile f. ___ Archaeological museum 8 Go through the text again and circle the right alternative. a.In a multicultural city, there are i. many races. ii. many children. iii. many villages. b.Padre Le Paige museum has i. mummies. ii. pictures. iii. sculptures. 81eighty-one Adaptedfrom:DestinationNewSouthWales.(n.d.)Retrieved March10,2012,fromhttp://www.visitnsw.com/ SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA CometoSydneyandenjoyitsnationalparksand beacheswithwarmwaters.Riverssurroundthe metropolitanarea,andyoucanvisitthemand campforthenight,ifyouwant.Sydneyhasa temperateclimate,withwarmsummersandmild winters.Januaryisaverywarmmonth. Can you do surfing, ride motor skis and do waterskiing? You will find all your favourite sports in Sydney. SydneywasthefirstEuropeancolonyinAustraliain 1788.Itisamulticulturalcitywithmanyimmigrants fromothercountries,wholiveandworkhere. SydneyislocatedonAustralia'ssouth-eastcoastof theTasmanSea.ThepopulationofSydneyis approximately4,626,780people. Adaptedfrom: March10,2012,fromhttp://www.visitnsw.com/ SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA CometoSydneyandenjoyitsnationalparksand beacheswithwarmwaters.Riverssurroundthe metropolitanarea,andyoucanvisitthemand campforthenight,ifyouwant.Sydneyhasa temperateclimate,withwarmsummersandmild winters.Januaryisaverywarmmonth. Can you do surfing, ride motor skis and do waterskiing? You will find all your favourite sports in Sydney. SydneywasthefirstEuropeancolonyinAustraliain 1788.Itisamulticulturalcitywithmanyimmigrants fromothercountries,wholiveandworkhere. SydneyislocatedonAustralia'ssouth-eastcoastof theTasmanSea.ThepopulationofSydneyis approximately4,626,780people. SAN PEDRO DE ATACAMA, CHILE Doyouwantthe perfectholiday? ThengotoSan PedrodeAtacama! Makesureyouvisit allitsattractions: thedesert,the geysers,thevalleys,andthepre-Hispanicvillages.You can’tmisstheMuseoArqueológicoPadreLePaige.It containsover380,000finds(ceramics,textiles,metals, andmummies)fromthesurroundingAtacamaDesert area,datingfromtheyear100BC(beforeChrist)to900 AC(afterChrist). If you don’t speak Spanish, don’t worry! The tourist guides can speak English, Spanish and Italian. They are also very good at sports. They can ride horses, they can play football very well, and they can climb mountains very fast. SanPedroislocatedintheNorthofChile,1,574kmfrom Santiago.Thepopulationisabout5,000people. Istheweathergood?Itishotduringtheday,butverycold atnight,sotakeenoughwarmclothesforthenight! Adaptedfrom:WelcometoSanPedrodeAtacama.(n.d.)RetrievedFebruary 12,2012fromhttp://www.sanpedroatacama.com/ingles/visitar.htm

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