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Lifestyle unit 3

  1. 1. U N I T 3 Lifestyle
  2. 2. Welcome Back!  Today we will:  Review what we did yesterday  Take a short quiz  Listen to motivational music  Review the homework  Quickly go through the stupid grammar for today  Use ever and participle forms  Listen to stories of different careers and watch a short video  Learn about Active Listening  Play a game about Careers and Education
  3. 3. What did we do yesterday? Work with your partner and answer these questions: 1. Who do you call if you have a problem with your computer? 2. What’s another way to say, “I’ll look into it”? 3. Which of the following is suitable for an email to a friend? A) Cheers B) Feel free to call me C) Kind regards 4. What kind of verb usually follows ‘…looking forward to…’? A) verb + -ing B) to + verb C) verb + back 5. Translate the following vocabulary words: A) fault B) passersby C) anthropologist D) interrupt 6. What are the following symbols called? A) @ B) / C) - D) : E) _
  4. 4. Unit 2 Short Quiz  You have 30 minutes for the quiz.  If you have any questions please ask.  The teacher has one more thing to add to the quiz. Listen!  Each question is worth 3 points.
  5. 5. We are the champions - Queen  Match the phrases under the song lyrics  Listen to the song and write the letter of the missing phrase to the right of the lyrics. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=04854XqcfCY https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jmd4OLzhQw0 Music Time
  6. 6. Did you do the homework? Answer the following questions from page 20: 1. Why didn’t doctors at Cedars-Sinai always wash their hands? 2. How did the hospital try to solve the problem? List the different things it did. 3. What things worked and motivated the doctors to wash their hands? 4. What does the story tell us about how we can motivate people?
  7. 7. Homework Answers 1. Why didn’t doctors at Cedars-Sinai always wash their hands? The were very busy; there weren’t any sinks nearby or they were behind equipment; they didn’t think it was important; their hands were clean enough and didn’t carry bacteria.
  8. 8. Homework Answers 2. How did the hospital try to solve the problem? The hospital sent emails, put up poster, gave the doctors Starbucks vouchers for washing their hands, took photographs of the doctors’ hands which showed the bacteria and used them on computers as screensavers.
  9. 9. Homework Answers 3. What things worked and motivated the doctors to wash their hands? Giving vouchers and showing the doctors photos of dirty hands.
  10. 10. Homework Answers 4. What does the story tell us about how we can motivate people? possible answer: We can motivate people by showing them something or by offering them rewards instead of talking to them.
  11. 11. Page 21 Part 4 Look at the words in italics (斜體) in the article. Match them with the definitions in part 4. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.
  12. 12. Page 21 Part 4 Look at the words in italics (斜體) in the article. Match them with the definitions in part 4. 1. screensavers 2. vouchers 3. sinks 4. poster 5. bacteria 6. strategy 7. compliance
  13. 13. 1. Write the correct form of the verb for each question. 2. Ask your classmates the questions. If their answer is yes, write their name next to the question.  You can only write the same person’s name twice.  You must have at least ten names on your paper before you finish. Get some exercise Ask your classmates Have you ever…
  14. 14. Page 22 - Listening Part 3: Listen to the story of the founder of Pomegreat and answer the questions in Parts 4 & 5. commercials: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n7iQBtnzh18 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TxXSsyElTco
  15. 15. Page 22 - Listening Part 3: Listen to the story of the founder of Pomegreat and answer the questions in Parts 4 & 5. Part 4 Answers: 1. F - He didn’t go to business school 2. T 3. F - He passed his exams 4. T 5. F - He lost £50,000 & sold his home 6. T 7. F - His turnover was £10,000,000
  16. 16. Page 22 - Listening Part 3: Listen to the story of the founder of Pomegreat and answer the questions in Parts 4 & 5. Part 5 Answers: 1. Adam, did you go to business school? 2. So when did you set up your first company? 3. How did it go? 4. So what did you do after that? 5. That’s a difficult job. Did you pass the exams? 6. So what happened next? 7. Was it successful? 8. Where did you get the idea for Pomegreat? 9. Did it take you long to set up the company?
  17. 17. Page 23 Part 11 Listen to the story and write the missing words. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11.
  18. 18. Page 23 Part 11 Listen to the story and write the missing words. 1. Bristol 2. supermarket 3. other children bullied him 4. music clubs 5. 1993 6. supermarket 7. singing lessons 8. recordings of his voice 9. nine months 10. he had a traffic accident 11. auditioned for a talent show https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1k08yxu57NA
  19. 19. Page 24 - Active Listening Part 2: Listen to the conversations and match what you hear to each of the pictures. Then decide if it is good news or bad news.
  20. 20. Page 24 - Active Listening Part 2: Listen to the conversations and match what you hear to each of the pictures. Then decide if it is good news or bad news. 1. B - bad news 2. E - bad news 3. A - bad news 4. D - good news 5. C - bad news
  21. 21. Page 24 - Active Listening Part 3: Put the first conversation in the correct order.
  22. 22. Page 24 - Active Listening Part 3: Put the first conversation in the correct order. 5 7 8 1 3 4 6 2
  23. 23. Page 24 - Active Listening Part 4: Match the sentences from the next three conversations with the correct response. 1. e 2. g 3. a 4. c 5. b 6. d
  24. 24. Page 25 - Active Listening Part 6: Fill in the missing words in the conversation.
  25. 25. Page 25 - Active Listening Part 6: Fill in the missing words in the conversation. That’s nice. Really? That’s a nuisance. I can imagine. Oh good Oh dear
  26. 26. T O D A Y W E : Reviewed what we did yesterday Took a short quiz Listened to motivational music Reviewed the homework Quickly went through the stupid grammar for today Used ever and participle forms Listened to stories of different careers and watch a short video Learned about Active Listening Played a game about Careers and Education That’s all for today
  27. 27. Please read the do Unit 4 Parts 1 & 2 on page 28 and read the article before tomorrow’s class. Thanks!
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