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  • http://www.businessinsider.com/richard-bransons-daily-routine-hobbies-and-interests-2012-4
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    • 1. Unit 3 – Down Time Watch the video about one successful businessman’s hobbies.
    • 2. Island Life Imagine you are retired here when you are 30. What is your daily routine like. Tell your partner. Example: I wake up every day at 7 a.m. and go swimming. Then I eat breakfast. Then I …
    • 3. Listen to an interview with Richard Branson First Listen • What are the questions that the interviewer asks Branson. Write them. Second Listen • Take some notes on his answers.
    • 4. Interviewers Questions 1. What time do you wake up in the morning? 2. What is your morning routine like? 4. Do you have a favorite musician or artist? 5. Describe your perfect night. 6. Would you consider yourself a party animal?
    • 5. With a partner, answer the reporter’s questions from the video. 1. When does Branson wake up in the morning? Does he use an alarm clock? 2. What is his morning routine like? 3. What are some of his extreme hobbies? 4. Who are his favorite artists or musicians? 5. Describe his perfect night. 6. Is he a party animal?
    • 6. 1. When does Branson wake up in the morning? Does he use an alarm clock? He wakes up early/at 5:45. The sun wakes him up. 1. What is his morning routine like? He goes for a swim and looks at sea animals. He goes kite surfing. He plays tennis. He has breakfast. He does a bit of work. 2. What are some of his extreme, down-to-Earth hobbies? He breaks world speed records. He kite surfs. / He runs charities and non profits. 3. Who are his favorite artists or musicians? He likes artists he own generation like Peter Gabriel, the Rolling Stones. 4. Describe his perfect night. Is he a party animal? He has a party every night on his island. They listen to reggae bands. Yes, he’s a party animal.
    • 7. Ask and answer the reporter’s questions about yourself with a partner. 1. What time do you wake up in the morning? Do you use an alarm clock? 2. Imagine you live in Branson’s island. What is your morning routine like? 3. What are some of your extreme or unusual hobbies? 4. Do you have a favorite artist or musician? Do you like ___? 5. Describe your ideal night. 6. Would you consider yourself a party animal?
    • 8. Page 28 Grammar Simple Present Statements (affirmative/negative) and Yes/No Questions
    • 9. Page 28 – Grammar: simple present – statements and yes/no questions I / You / We / They dance. He / She / It / Richard Branson dances. You don’t dance. She doesn’t dance. Do you dance? No, I don’t. Yes, I do. Does she dance? No, she doesn’t. Yes, she does.
    • 10. Page 28 (1-B) 1. He ____ CDs. 2. She _____ buy CDs. 3. ___ you buy CDs? 4. Yes, I ___. Does Richard Branson wake up early? Yes, he ____. Does he go wind surfing? No, he _____. Do you break world speed records? No, I ____.
    • 11. Page 28 (1-B) 1. He buys CDs. 2. She doesn’t buy CDs. 3. Do you buy CDs? 4. Yes, I do. Does he buy CDs? Yes, he does. Does she buy CDs? No, she doesn’t. Do you buy CDs? No, I don’t.
    • 12. P. 28 C Practice 1. Chelsea ____________ (like) jazz music. Chelsea likes (like) jazz music. Now do the rest. 2. My brother and I _____ (collect) stamps. My brother and I collect stamps. 3. __ you ___ (have) MP3s on your computer? 4. Anna ______ (not have) a lot of CDs. 5. __ Sara and Kathy ____ (listen) to hip-hop? 6. The store ___ (have) a big collection of classical music. 7. ___ Richard ___ (play) the guitar? 8. My sister _____ (not buy) a lot of music.
    • 13. P. 28 Check your answers 2. My brother and I _____ (collect) stamps. My brother and I collect stamps. 3. Do you have MP3s on your computer? 4. Anna doesn’t have a lot of CDs. 5. Do Sara and Kathy listen to hip-hop? 6. The store has a big collection of classical music. 7. Does Richard play the guitar? 8. My sister doesn’t buy a lot of music.
    • 14. Page 28 (1-D) ________ (your idea) comic books/manga Kim Yuna trot, bongjak bad boys / bad girls chicken baengi heavy metal music taekwando Do you go ______ ? Do you do _______? Do you listen to ___? Do you like___? Do you play____? How about you? Do you like music? Yes, I do. Yes, I like it. Yes, I like. (X) **** I play ____ with my friends. (OK) I play with my friends. (X)
    • 15. P.29 2 Pronunciation /z/ /s/ /Iz/ B. Try to say these sentences with a partner. Then listen to the audio and repeat. Did you say it correctly?
    • 16. P. 29 3. Reading A. Read the paragraphs about celebrity hobbies. Are there any words you don’t know?
    • 17. Page 30 Listening A – B - C
    • 18. Page 30 – Vocabulary: free time activities 5-A Check the free time activities you do once a week or more. Write how many hours per week you do it. 4 hours work out = exercise
    • 19. Page 30 5-A How often do you work out? I work out every day. or I work out (about / around / approximately) one hour (a / per) week. I work out about five hours a week. I work out once a week. I work out twice a week. I work out 3 times a week. I work out 4, 5, 6, 7 …. times a week. Page 31 5-B A - How often do you watch TV? B – I watch TV about 5 hours a day.
    • 20. Page 31 - Simple present – information questions 6 – B What does he / she / it watch? What _____ I / you / we / they watch? *Information questions = follow – up questions! Who What When Where Why
    • 21. Page 31 - Simple present – information questions 6 – B (what kind of TV show are they making?) What does he / she / it watch? What do I / you / we / they watch? *Information questions = follow – up questions! Who What When Where Why
    • 22. Page 31 - Simple present – information questions 6 – D Now you do it. Ask your partner: A: What do you do in your free time? B: I ride my bike. A: Who do you _________________? B: I ride by myself. A: Why do you _________________? B: I ride because it’s fun / interesting / good for my health. A: Where do you _________________? B: I ride my bike around Gwanghwamun. A: When do you ___________________? B: I ride my bike in the afternoon or on weekends.
    • 23. P. 32 7. Speaking – asking for opinions A. Listen to the conversation. What are they talking about? B. Listen again. Which phrases do they use? C. In a group, tell your opinion and ask opinions about these kinds of movies.
    • 24. Page 32 – Asking for opinions 7 – C A: I like comedies. How about you? B: No, I prefer action movies. A: Why? B: Because comedies are silly. Action movies are exciting. And you? What’s your opinion? Do you agree? What do you think? How about you?
    • 25. Page 32 – personality adjectives introvert – extrovert- nervous scared
    • 26. What do you think about your partner? I think you are an introvert/extrovert. Do you agree? • Now let’s take the survey on socrative.com And you? What’s your opinion? Do you agree? What do you think? How about you?
    • 27. P. 32 8 Vocabulary Personality adjectives
    • 28. Do you have more As or Bs. • Look on page 33 B to read about your personality type. Do you agree with the results?
    • 29. Page 33 – personality adjectives 8-B confident sociable popular funny Remember fun and funny are different! shy loyal considerate
    • 30. Fun: A – Let’s all go to LotteWorld together! B – Wow, that sounds fun! Funny: A - I will tell you a joke. (….) B – Ha ha ha! You are so funny! You make me laugh!
    • 31. Opposites confident – shy sociable – unsociable popular – unpopular fun – boring funny - serious loyal – disloyal considerate – inconsiderate (rude) Tell your partner about yourself: A – I’m very funny. B – Give me an example. A - I like to tell a lot of jokes and make people laugh. Tell the teacher about your partner: A – He’s very serious. B – Give me an example. A - He worries a lot about school and life.
    • 32. • Quiz on Unit 3. Next week Assignment 1 is due. Workbook Homework: Page 16 Activity 1 A&C (not B) Page 17 Activity 3 Page 18 Activity C Page 19 All Also Bring your Workbook to class next week.