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  1. 1. Inglés TEXTO PARA EL ESTUDIANTE GLOBAL ENGLISH Jolanta Polk 1º medio
  2. 2. GET TO KNOW YOUR BOOK ga Welcome to Global English! This book will be your guide and hopefully your speakin ctivities a and re r friend for the next school year so look after it and remember that next year ng eco ni Liste rded other students will also use it. . List er. nt h eac e o the CD with y our t Get to know your book: 1. How many units are there in the book? 2. How are they divided? What sections can you find? 3. What are the titles of the units? 4. What can you find at the end of the book? Each unit has an additional part called JUST FOR FUN which is for you to enjoy and at the same time learn new things. You can ask your teacher to help you go through this part. It will not be marked. PROJECT. In this activity you will put into practice the language and knowledge you have learnt in the unit. The main activities in each unit are SYNTHESIS. This section can READING / LISTENING divided into: help you to clarify problems Before you read/listen and to create a more While you read/listen and comprehensive perspective on After you read/listen. a topic.2
  3. 3. Now look at the icons. What do you think they mean? What type of activity do they represent? READING LISTENING The tasks will help you to develop The tasks will help you to develop strategies for improving your strategies for improving your understanding of written texts. understanding of spoken messages. Did you know that... Language Note This section is presented by This section will help you understand Rodrigo or Catalina and provides important English structures. attractive information on the main topic of the lesson.EXTRA ACTIVITIES. They help you to correcterrors and reinforce strengths. Through this extra American v/s Learningpractice you can become comfortable with a test- British Englishlike format and learn good time management skills. tipCONSOLIDATION ACTIVITIES. These attractiveand entertaining activities will motivate you to This section will help you noticestudy and put into practice what you are learning. This is an additional tool differences between American and presented by Catalina or Rodrigo British English both in writing and to make learning more in pronunciation. Both alternatives accessible and contents easier are correct, but you must stick to to understand. one way only throughout your oral or written production. Quote of the day Joke Time There are quotes by great or famous In this section you will find some funny people, connected with the topic of stories which are connected with the the lesson, that will help you look at topic of the unit. Read them on your it from another point of view. own and make comments. Web resources allow you to gather information on various topics or prepare to present a project. They also provide a great opportunity for you to work individually. MINITEST These short evaluation activities allow you to analyse your performance with a time limit to complete the tasks.TEST YOUR KNOWLEDGE. These tests at the endof the units will help you discover what you have SELF - EVALUATION This section is aimed at collecting and analysing relevant information about how you are learning. Thislearnt well and what you need to reinforce. involves self-analysis of your strengths andSELF-EVALUATION. This section will help you to weaknesses, and decisions on how to improve.get involved in your evaluation, discovering yourlearning problems and possible ways to solve them. 3
  4. 4. PLAN OF THE BOOK UNIT 1 UNIT 2 NAME GETTING ACROSS NAME TO ENJOY AND PAGES 30 - 55 TO LEARN PAGES 6 - 29 READING THE ORIGIN OF LANGUAGE (Extract from a boo READING GAMES AROUND THE WORLD (Internet article) . .8 MISUNDERSTANDINGS (Intern k) . .32 et article) . . . . . .40 THE SOUND OF MUSIC (Book article) . . . . . . . .16 SPEAKING Share personal experiences SPEAKING Exchange opinions about games and music .19 about communication . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .36 LISTENING WHAT SHALL WE DO? (Conversation) . . . . . . .13 LISTENING COMMUNICATIN G (Conversation) . . . . . . . . WHAT’S ON TONIGHT? (Film reviews) . . . . . . .20 YOU WERE ONCE A TEEN TO . .37 O, DAD! (Radio programme) . . . . . WRITING Complete a paragraph about games . . . . . .11 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .45 WRITING Write a letter ask LANGUAGE ing for advice . . . . . . . . . .39 GRAMMAR AND FUCTIONS: The Simple Present . . . .11, 18 LANGUAGE VOCABULARY: music and film; cinema, popcorn, etc. GRAMMAR AND FUCTIONS: There is / there are . . . . . . Expressing deduction . . . . .35 TOPICS Games, past times and free time activities .................... VOCABULARY: communicatio . . .43 Music n; language, actions, etc. TOPICS Communication Language UNIT 3 UNIT 4 NAME DIFFERENT KINDS OF LATIN AMERICAN NAME PEOPLE BROTHERHOOD PAGES 56 - 79 80 - 105 PAGES FERENT READING WE ARE ALL DIF . . . . . . . . .58 READING MEXICAN QUEEN OF COLOUR (Internet article) . .82 (Encyclopaedia article) . . . . . . . . . . . . . BEAN (Book article) .91 THE PEARL OF THE CARIB INDIGO CHILDREN . .66 ..................... (Extract from a book) SPEAKING Exchange personal opinions about e . . .65 paintings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .86 SPEAKING Exchange opinions about national cultur . . .87 E NATION (Report) . . . . . . . .63 LISTENING THE “BEAUTIFUL” SPORT (Conversation) . . LISTENING ALL PART OF TH dio intervie w) . . .70 RED GOLD (Presentation) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .96 NOT ALL THAT DIFFERENT (Ra let points . . . . . . . . . . . . . .69 WRITING Fill in fact files . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .84-93 WRITING Write lists in bul LANGUAGE LANGUAGE . . .94 Comparatives . . . . . . . . . . .61 GRAMMAR AND FUCTIONS: The Simple Past . . . . . . GRAMMAR AND FUCTIONS: . . .68 VOCABULARY: art styles, football and sports, natural .................... Collective nouns . . . . . . . ; Cambodian, Aymara, etc. resources, etc. VOCABULARY: ethnic groups TOPICS Latin American countries TOPICS Differences among people The economy4
  5. 5. UNIT 5 UNIT 6 NAME TRAVELLERS TALES PAGES 106 - 133 NAME A GLIMPSE OF THE FUTUREREADING HOLIDAY FUN (Brochures) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .108 PAGES 134 - 157 CHANGING LANDSCAPES (Internet article) . . .118 e) . . . . . . . . . . . .136 READING NEARLY HUMAN (Internet articlSPEAKING Exchange opinions about COLLISION COU RSE (Extract from a book) . . .144 renewable energy. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .123 future. . . . . .151 SPEAKING Exchange opinions about theLISTENING TIPS FOR SAFE TRAVELLING (List of tips) . . .114 . . . . . . . . . . . .140 LISTENING INTO SPACE (Interview) . . . . PHOTOGRAPHIC SAFARI (Conversation) . . . .124 NOT VERY FAR FROM NOW ents compositions) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .148WRITING Write safety tips and advice. . . . . . . . . . . .117 (Stud . . .151LANGUAGE WRITING Write summaries. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .GRAMMAR AND FUCTIONS: countable and LANGUAGEuncountable nouns . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .121 Present and GRAMMAR AND FUCTIONS: The SimpleVOCABULARY: means of transport, interesting places in Chile, etc. . . . . . . . . . . . .146 The Simple Future . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .138TOPICS Renewable energy Modal verb can . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . tics, etc. Means of transport VOCABULARY: space, the future and robo TOPICS Space, robots and the future UNIT 7 UNIT 8 NAME COMPUTERS AND NAME JOY FROM WORK THE WWW PAGES 186 - 209 PAGES 158 - 185 READING LEADING THE WA READING LOOKING FOR A JOB (Magazine article) . . . . . .188 Y ((Internet article) . . . . . . . . .16 COMPUTER SAFETY (Magaz 0 GETTING READY TO WORK (Book article) . . . .196 ine article) . . . . . .169 SPEAKING Exchange opinio SPEAKING Exchange opinions about different jobs. . . .195 ns about the Internet. . . . .175 LISTENING CAN YOU FIX MY LISTENING WHATS MY JOB? (Conversation) . . . . . . . . .193 COMPUTER? (Conversation) . . . . . . . . . TELL ME ABOUT YOURSELF (Interview) . . . .201 . . . . . . . . . . . . . .164 E-COMMERCE (Conversation ) . . . . . . . . . . .176 WRITING Writing a Curriculum Vitae . . . . . . . . . . . . .200 WRITING Writing a servic e advertisement . . . . . . . . LANGUAGE .168 LANGUAGE GRAMMAR AND FUCTIONS: Modal verb must… . . . . .191GRAMMAR AND FUCTIONS: Sequence adverbs then, finally, etc. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .199 Conditionals . . . . . . . . . .Modal verbs could and mig .162 VOCABULARY: professions, form filling, etc. ht . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .VOCABULARY: computers, the .173 Internet, electronic devices etc TOPICS Jobs .TOPICS Risks of surfing the net Obligations and recommendations Internet jargon The job market 5
  6. 6. UNIT 1 TO ENJOY AND TO LEARN In this unit you will learn to: You will also learn: READING: get the general meaning from key words / identify GRAMMAR: the Simple Present. meaning from the context / identify the type of text. VOCABULARY: words related to music and films. LISTENING: identify specific information / recognise general information / use previous knowledge to predict content. You will use the following text types: PRODUCTION: synthesise ideas to complete a paragraph / READING: web page / an extract from a book. exchange opinions about games and music / prepare a short LISTENING: a conversation / film reviews. film review. FUNCTIONS: express opinions / make offers and suggestions. You will pay special attention to these values: The importance of games in everyday life. The acceptance and respect for different opinions.6
  7. 7. 1 Look at this well-known childrens game called hopscotch and match pictures (a. - e.) with instructions (i. - iv.). My name is Catalina and this is my brother Rodrigo. We will both help you discover your English book.a b c d e Catalina Rodrigo i. Each player has a marker such as a stone, a beanbag, a bottle top, a shell, a button, etc. ii. Pause in square 2 to pick up the marker, hop over in square 1, and out. iii. The first player stands behind the starting line to toss his or her marker into square 1. Hop over square 1 to square 2 and then continue hopping to square 8 or 10, turn around, and hop back again. iv. Use chalk to draw a hopscotch pattern on the ground or use masking tape on the floor. Create a diagram with 8 or 10 sections and number them. v. Then continue by tossing the stone into square 2, 3, etc. The winner is the first player to complete the game. 2 Match the bubbles. Where could you watch, read, listen to these? (more than one correct answer is possible). "Romeo Boca Juniors "Harry Potter and Juliet" v/s Colo Colo American v/s and the Order British English "Scary Robbie of the Phoenix" theatre Movie" Williams Stadium theater Theatre Cinema Concert Library Hall TO ENJOY AND TO LEARN 7
  8. 8. GAMES AROUND THE WORLD READING BEFORE YOU READ Hes not that smart! I win two games out of three! 1 Match the Chilean games in box A with their English equivalent in box B. A . bolitas . cartas . cuerda . trompo . volantín B . cards . kite . marbles . skipping rope . top 2 What games do you like to play? What kind of equipment do you need (e.g. board, cards, etc)? Are there games for boys and for girls? 3 Copy the box and its contents in your notebook and circle the words that look or sound similar in English and in Spanish. . ball . culture . favourite . game . marble American v/s . plastic . traditional . triangle . wood British English favourite 4 Match the games with their descriptions. favorite dominoes chess hangman tug-of-war a. Two teams of players hold onto a rope and pull very hard. The team that can pull harder and bring the other team to its side wins. b. A set of 28 black rectangles with 0 to 6 white dots. The aim is to match the dots. The winner is the first player who uses up all his / her pieces. c. A board game for two players, each beginning with 16 pieces that are moved according to certain rules, with the objective of checkmating the opposing king. d. A game in which one player chooses a word whose letters are guessed by another player. For each wrong guess, a part of the stick figure of a hanging man is drawn.8 UNIT 1
  9. 9. WHILE YOU READ SPIN IT, THROW IT OR SING IT … . THEY ARE ALL FUN Etilvia Peña from Colombia Jennifer Risso from A traditional game Venezuelain my country is a ball Almost everybody playsgame called Oba. You this traditional game intake the ball and try to Venezuela. To play it, youthrow it up against a need a special toy - a top -wall, but when you Hakan Tuncer from Turkey and at least two players. Thedont, you make different Before you begin the game, you aim of the game is to knockmovements and sing a draw a triangle on the ground. The over the other players topssong about the game. size depends on the number of with your top. The personThat shows your ability marbles you and your friends whose top is spinning at theto handle the ball in have. After you put all the marbles end is the winner.different ways–with one into the triangle, you shoot your The traditional top inarm, with both arms, favourite marble at the others so Venezuela is made of wood,with your arms behind that you can win some marbles by but it can also be made ofyou, standing on one leg, knocking / hitting the others out plastic. The top has a stringor jumping. When you of the triangle. that you have to roll upplay this game, you have The game continues until all the around it lots of fun, especially marbles are gone. before you when someone throw it to misses the ball. the floor. Anyway, games are always fun! Source: http://www.topics-mag.com/edition11/games-paper-cards.htm5 Copy this chart in your notebook. Then, read the three game descriptions and tick the correct answer: Colombia Venezuela Turkey For this game you draw a geometric shape on the ground. The aim of this game is to knock over other players toys. This game is over when all the things you use are gone. For this game you need a wooden or plastic toy. This game shows your ability to handle one object. You sing a song while you play this game. TO ENJOY AND TO LEARN 9
  10. 10. 6 Copy these sentences in your notebook. Who said the following, Hakan, Jennifer or Etilvia? Did you know that... a. You have to roll a piece of string around the toy. chess is the oldest skill game b. You have lots of fun when you play the game. in the world? Chess was c. The size of the game depends on the number of objects you and your played many centuries ago in friends have. China, India, and Persia. No one really knows for sure in which country it originated. 7 Find words in the texts that mean the same as: a. a three-sided polygon (2) b. move forwards by leaps or up and down (1) c. turn around very fast (3) d. hard fibrous material from trees (3) e. make a picture of (2) AFTER YOU READ 8 Discuss these ideas in pairs. a. Some games are for boys and others are for girls. b. There are games that are just for fun and games that help us learn. Use some of these expressions: I believe, In my opinion, I think, I agree, I dont agree, It´s true that…, It´s not true that... SELF - EVALUATION I have expressed my point of view appropriately. YES NO I had some difficulties when speaking in English.10 UNIT 1
  11. 11. Language Note Present Simple Affirmative 1. Look at these sentences from the texts. a. Almost everybody plays this traditional game in Venezuela. b. Games are always fun! b. The traditional top in Venezuela is made of wood. d. You make different movements and sing a song about the game. 2. Which of the sentences above a. expresses the idea that an action is repeated or usual? b. indicates the speaker believes that a fact is true? This verb tense is called the Present Simple and we use it when: a. an action is a habit, a hobby, a daily event, a scheduled event or something that often happens. b. a speaker expresses a fact or something that is always true or believed to be true. I, You, We, They + play tennis on Mondays He, She, It + lives in Lima (but goes, does, watches, catches)9 Look at the pairs of sentences below and decide which one should be in Quote of the day the Present Simple. Complete the other sentence with your teacher. “We do not stop playing a. Steve _______ to school by bus every day. Today, he _______ to school because we grow old. We by car. (go) grow old because we stop b. We _______ the Salsa every weekend. We _______ the tango right playing”. now. (dance) Anon. c. I _______ my boyfriend now. I always _______ my mother goodbye. (kiss) d. Mr Johnson _______ English. Mr. Johnson _______ Japanese now. (speak).10 Complete this paragraph with your own ideas. Of the games we read about in this lesson, _______ is the most fun because _______. I hadn’t heard about _______, and I thought it was interesting because _______. On the other hand, I have played a Chilean version of _______ with my friends. I would like to play _______ because _______. I would feel like a dog with two tails. TO ENJOY AND TO LEARN 11
  12. 12. 11 MINITEST Read the following sentences and decide which of them: a. express the idea that an action is repeated or usual b. indicate that a fact is true or the speaker believes that a fact is true Then, check your score. 6 pts. i. Water boils at 100 degrees Celsius. ii. We play in the park after school. iii. California is in the USA. iv. Jonathan watches football on TV. v. She always eats fish or meat for lunch. vi. War is a terrible thing. 0 3 5 REVISE AGAIN to 2 GOOD JOB! to 4 EXCELLENT! to 6 12 Match the pictures (a - d) with the words (1 - 4) and the names of the games (i - iv): a b c d i. Skipping ii. Chess iii. Monopoly iv. Crosswords 1 2 3 4 board crossword grid horse skipping rope http://www.topics-mag.com/edition11/games-section.htm http://teacher.scholastic.com/lessonrepro/lessonplans/gamesworld.htm12 UNIT 1
  13. 13. WHAT SHALL WE DO? LISTENINGBEFORE YOU LISTEN1 Look at the title of this lesson and at the pictures. What do you think the recording will be about? a. friends getting ready for a biology test. b. friends making plans for an evening out. c. friends deciding how to deal with a problem.2 Match the pictures and the activities; then give them a mark from 1 to 7, where 1 is extremely boring and 7 is extremely interesting. Explain your classification.a b c d e f g h i. chatting and surfing on the Internet v. roller skating ii. going to a party vi. visiting your grandparents iii. listening to music vii. watching a tennis match iv. reading a book viii. solving a crossword3 What kind of activities do you like to do a. after school? b. at the weekend? c. in the evenings?4 Who do you normally go with: a. to the cinema? b. to a football match? c. to the park? d. to a party? TO ENJOY AND TO LEARN 13
  14. 14. WHILE YOU LISTEN 5 Check your prediction in exercise 1. 6 Listen to two friends, Jenny and Sarah, and decide who: a. is listening to music right now. b. thinks that renting a movie is boring. Learning c. doesnt have any money. tip d. wants to go to a party. e. doesnt like Karen. f. thinks that going to the cinema is more fun than renting a movie. Use all the information you discussed before listening to create your expectations 7 Listen once more and decide if these statements are true or false. about the listening texts and a. Sarah is busy right now. make predictions that you will check while listening. b. Sarahs neighbours also like Madonna. Follow the instructions in the c. Jenny wants to go to the mall to buy a present for Karen. listening tasks to focus your d. Sarahs brother has a new computer game. listening. e. Jenny likes Sarahs final idea and is leaving right now. SELF - EVALUATION What were the main difficulties I had to understand the listening text? What did I do to overcome them? AFTER YOU LISTEN 8 Match the expressions that mean the same. American v/s British English a b d Would c Lets buy some film Shall we go you like to popcorn. to a party? Lets go and buy some movie popcorn? see a film. f h e g Do you How about want to go Shall going to the I think we to a party? we get cinema? should get ready? ready.14 UNIT 1
  15. 15. 9 Who said what?a b c How about Shall we Lets have an the Compaq? jump in? ice-cream.10 Complete the dialogues with lets or shall we. a. Sonia: _______ go to the park after school? Joe: Thanks, you are nice as pie, but _______ go to the cinema instead. b. Kim: What _______ do at the weekend? Mimi: I dont know. _______ have a look at the newspaper and see some activities? Kim: Ok, _______ look at the newspaper first. c. Teacher: OK, class. _______ talk about our trip to Isla Negra. Student: _______ finish the exercise first? Teacher: No, you can finish it at home.11 Listen to the listening text again. Find phrases in the conversation that Quote of the day mean the same as these and write them in your notebook. “Friendship is a very taxing a. Madonnas music can be heard very loud. and arduous free-time b. Your neighbours must get angry about it. activity”. c. I suggest we visit Karen. Mortimer Adley. d. How about going to the cinema? e. Its a great idea. www.linkleisure.co.uk/new_page_8.htm www.chiff.com/entertain/teen-party.htm TO ENJOY AND TO LEARN 15
  16. 16. THE SOUND OF MUSIC READING BEFORE YOU READ 1 Read the title of the text and write two ideas you think will appear in it. 2 In your notebook, write the names of people you know (friends and family) who like to listen to each type of music. Example: My dad likes listening to jazz. a. Ballads d. Hip-hop b. Classical music e. Jazz c. Hard rock f. Pop 3 Music Quiz. Match the lyrics with the artists in the pictures. a b c d Angie, Angie, when will those clouds all disappear? i Living in a material world ii Angie, Angie, where will it lead us from here? And I am a material girl With no loving in our souls and no money in our coats You know that we are living You can’t say were satisfied in a material world But Angie, Angie, you can’t say we never tried And I am a material girl Angie, you’re beautiful, but ain’t it time we said good-bye? Angie, I still love you, remember all those nights we cried? All the dreams we held so close seemed to all go up in smoke Let me whisper in your ear Help! I need somebody iv iii And Im on tonight Help! Not just anybody You know my hips dont lie Help! You know I need someone And Im starting to feel its right Help! All the attraction, the tension Dont you see baby, this is perfection16 UNIT 1
  17. 17. WHILE YOU READ MUSIC IN OUR LIVES A lot of people like many different types of music. We do not all like the same types of music but, probably, we all like music. However, a recent study reveals that we dont have the same feelings when listening to music. This study investigates the impact of different types of music on tension, mood, and mental clarity. A total of 144 people completed a psychological profile before and after listening for 15 minutes to four types of music - grunge rock, classical, New Age, and designer. According to the study, when listening to grunge rock music there is a significant increase of hostility, sadness, tension, and fatigue and there is a significant reduction in caring, relaxation, mental clarity, and vigour. In contrast, after listening to the designer music (music designed to have specific effects on the listener) there is a visible increase in caring, relaxation, mental clarity and vigour, and significant decrease in hostility and fatigue. Unlike grunge rock music, which can make people feel like a bear with a sore head, designer music can make people feel over the moon. The results for New Age and classical music were mixed. But dont worry. The study does not mean that if grunge makes you happy and relaxed you should stop listening to it. After all, we dont all react the same to different stimuli. Source: The Effects of Different Types of Music on Mood, Tension, and Mental Clarity, Rollin McCraty, Ph.D., Bob Barrios-Choplin, Ph.D., Mike Atkinson, and Dana Tomasino, B.A. Alternative Therapies in Health and Medicine. 1998; 4(1): 75-844 Have a quick look at the text and check your predictions in exercise 1.5 Look at the text again. Where do you think it might have come from? a. The Rolling Stone music magazine b. A newspaper c. A magazine dedicated to scientific studies6 Answer these questions in your notebook. a. According to the text, do all people like the same kind of music? b. How many people participated in the study? c. How long did they listen to a specific kind of music? d. What did they have to do next? e. Should you stop listening to grunge if it makes you feel happy? http://www.linkleisure.co.uk/new_page_8.htm http://www.chiff.com/entertain/teen-party.htm TO ENJOY AND TO LEARN 17
  18. 18. 7 Copy this table in your notebook. Read the text again and mark (+) for an increase, (-) for a decrease and (+/-) for a mixed effect. American v/s Grunge New Age Designer Classical British English Hostility Sadness vigour Caring Relaxation vigor Tension Mental clarity Fatigue Vigour AFTER YOU READ Did you know that... Language Note the origin of music is not Present Simple Negative exactly known but some theories suggest that it 1. Compare. probably comes from naturally occurring sounds a. We all like the same types of music. such as the human b. We do not all like the same types of music. heartbeat, bird song, the c. He doesn’t go to school on Sunday. sound of the wind in trees and the sound of rain? d. He goes to school on Monday. 2. Which of the sentences above express a. a negation ? b. an affirmation? I, you, we, they do not (don’t) + play football. He, she it does not (doesn’t) + eat red meat. 8 Complete these sentences in your notebook using the correct negative auxiliary. a. Sarah _______ speak French but she speaks Italian. b. We _______ normally watch horror films. c. Benjamin and John _______ study in the same school. d. I _______ like broccoli or any other green vegetables. e. Ginger’s parents _______ let her stay out at night. f. Jeremiah Carpenter _______ own that boat. SELF - EVALUATION Did I make myself understood even if I made some mistakes? YES NO Did I work well with my partner?18 UNIT 1
  19. 19. 9 Guess the name of the song. a. You will need a games master (it can also be the teacher) who should bring a recording by well-known singers or bands to the classroom. It should have at least 15 songs. b. You will also need a CD / cassette player. c. The game master (teacher) plays just 30 seconds of the first song and the group that guesses the title of the song first scores a point. d. The winner is the group with the highest score.10 MINITEST Finish the conversation using words from the box. You can replace the parts in red with your own ideas 7 pts. . CD player . concert . don’t . great . idea . music . opinion Rodrigo: Shall we go to a _______? Chris: Who’s playing? Rodrigo: Daddy Yankee. Chris: I _______ like his type of music. Rodrigo: Are you serious? What kind of _______ do you like? Chris: Techno. Rodrigo: I can’t stand the stuff. Chris: Well, that’s your _______. I think techno is _______. Rodrigo: Maybe for a disco but not to listen to on your _______. Chris: Why not? Rodrigo: All that monotonous thumping! Chris: That is the whole _______ of techno! 0 4 6 REVISE AGAIN to 3 GOOD JOB! to 5 EXCELLENT! to 7 Quote of the day11 Discuss these questions with a partner. “Passions should never be so expressed as to reach a. Why do you think people like different types of music? the point of causing b. What do your parents say about the kind of music you like? disgust, and music, even in c. Do you think that musical tastes change from generation to situations of the greatest generation? Why? horror, should never be d. Do you think that there are songs that are always popular and others painful to the ear, but should flatter and charm it, that only earn their ”15 minutes of fame”? Can you give examples? and thereby always remain music.” W.A. Mozart (1756 – 1791) TO ENJOY AND TO LEARN 19
  20. 20. WHAT’S ON TONIGHT? LISTENING BEFORE YOU LISTEN 1 Which answers do you think could go with the question “What’s on tonight”? Did you know that... a. A good film. d. “Hamlet”. in 2006 there was a Film b. A tennis match. e. Dinner. Memorabilia Auction, with c. Homework. f. A rock festival. more than 60 items donated by Chilean and international directors and 2 How could you find out what films are on at the cinema? actors? The initiative was conceived to finance a. In a newspaper. b. On the Internet. support and integration c. In the TV guide. d. By calling the cinema. initiatives for refugees in Chile, while also raising 3 What kind of text do you think you will listen to? public awareness of the needs of people who are a. Film reviews. forced into exile. b. Friends talking about their favourite films. Some of the items up for c. A cinema programme. auction were displayed in the Moneda Palace Cultural Centre: a celluloid 4 Match the pictures with the film titles in the box. copy of the film El Chacotero Sentimental, costumes from the film Coronación, the original script of Subterra, and a book sent by the American actress and UNHDR ambassador Angelina a b c Jolie. Source: http://www.presidencyofchile.cl d e . Forrest Gump . The Lord of the Rings . Man on Fire . Mr. Bean . Subterra 5 Which of the films is: a. a comedy? b. a historical drama? c. a fantasy? d. a thriller? e. a drama?20 UNIT 1
  21. 21. WHILE YOU LISTEN6 Listen to the recording and check your prediction in exercise 3.7 Copy the chart in your notebook. Then, listen to the recording again and fill it in with the information you hear. Open Season Barnyard Casino Royale Learning Times tip Type Age group Use all the information you discussed before listening to Topic create your expectations about the listening texts and8 Listen carefully and choose the options in column B that best describe make predictions that you the films in column A. will check while listening. Follow the instructions in the A B listening tasks to focus your Barnyard Showing in the morning and afternoon only listening. For teenagers Chronicles of Narnia For general audience Fantasy Resident Evil Showing at midnight Cartoon comedy9 Listen again and decide if these statements are true or false. Correct the false statements. a. Barnyard is a cartoon film about Boog the bear and Elliot the mule. Quote of the day b. Meryl Streep plays Miranda, the famous Vogue editor, in Casino Royale. c. Casino Royale is based on a best-selling book by James Bond. “Alice: There’s something d. Chronicles of Narnia is a film for anyone aged 12 and older. down there. Jill Valentine: Where? Alice: There. Peyton Wells: I don’t see anything. Alice: Well, that doesn’t alter the fact that there is... something... down there.” From Resident Evil http://www.americancinematheque.com http://www.movies.aol.com TO ENJOY AND TO LEARN 21
  22. 22. 10 Which of the films do you think could go with the pictures below? a b c AFTER YOU LISTEN 11 Match the words and expressions that mean the same. adult brothers and sisters midnight grown up Quote of the day siblings plot “Jenny Curran: Do you storyline 12 o’clock at night ever dream, Forrest, about who you’re gonna be? Forrest Gump: Who I’m 12 Copy and complete these sentences in your notebook using words from gonna be? the box. Jenny Curran: Yeah. Forrest Gump: Aren’t- a. The last film I saw was for the _______ public. aren’t I going to be me?” b. It is a great book. It has been _______ into more than 30 languages From Forrest Gump including Chinese and Greek. c. A novel is a book that uses both _______ storyline and characters. d. No one knows how long ago humans _______ cats and dogs. e. All the Bond films belong to the _______ category. . translated . domesticated . general . fictitious . thriller 13 Choose one film you have seen recently and write a short review. Indicate why you liked it or not, what you thought about the acting, if the setting / location was adequate, etc. Give it a rating as you would see in newspapers from 1 to 5 stars. SELF - EVALUATION What difficulties did I have when writing in English? What did I do to solve them?22 UNIT 1
  23. 23. 14 Match the bubbles to form three conversations. Then match the pictures with the conversations.a b c A really What’s on Let’s catch scary tonight? the one at We´re late. 5 pm. Sorry, Bob. horror The film started Dad, can we see It’s just for film. at 3 pm. ”Casino Royale”? adults.15 Match the professions in the box with these definitions. They are all related to films. a. This person has to study a lot of lines, wear different costumes and pretend to be somebody else. b. This person makes sure that the director of a film has everything he / she needs, including costumes, props, location, etc. c. This person replaces the characters in dangerous scenes such as jumping out of helicopters or crashing cars. d. This person takes the film when it is finished and cuts out parts that are not interesting or too slow and puts the film back together. e. This person makes sure that the people in the film resemble the characters they play and uses special techniques and different kinds of cosmetics to do that. . actor . editor . make-up artist . producer . stuntman Quote of the day “In a movie, you’re raw material, just a hue of some colour and the director makes the painting”. Viggo Mortensen, actor, painter, poet. TO ENJOY AND TO LEARN 23
  24. 24. JUST FOR FUN It must be human nature but somehow, we just love to make lists, ratings and classifications. Do you know that there are lists and ratings for almost anything in the world such as: the 40 most popular Christmas dishes, the 10 most dangerous animals, the 50 most incredible body changes, and so on? Let’s have a look at some music ratings. These are only a few from a long list. If you want to break up with your boyfriend For those “tell me what to do” conversations, or girlfriend, the top break-up songs of all the top advice songs of all times are times are 1. Que Será, Será (Whatever Will Be Will Be), by 1. She Hates Me, by Puddle of Mudd. Doris Day. 2. I Heard It Through the Grapevine, by Marvin 2. You Cant Hurry Love, by The Supremes. Gaye. 3. I Fought The Law (and the Law Won), by 3. Leave (Get Out), by JoJo. Bobby Fuller Four. For those moments of madness, the top For a quiet Christmas evening, the top most crazy songs of all times are requested Christmas songs of all times are 1. Crazy, by Patsy Cline. 1. Peace on Earth / Little Drummer Boy, by Bing 2. Theyre Coming To Take Me Away, by Crosby & David Bowie. Napoleon XIV. 2. Rudolph The Red Nosed Reindeer, by Gene 3. Maniac, by Michael Sembell. Autry. 3. The Christmas Song, by Nat King Cole. 1 In groups, choose one or two of the following headings and make your own song list. Compare with another group. a. The Most Famous Songs Of All Times. b. The Funniest Songs Of All Times. c. The Saddest Songs Of All Times. d. The Best Songs When Saying “I Love You”. e. The Best Songs When Saying “Good Bye”.24 UNIT 1
  25. 25. PROJECT1 Look at a local film schedule on the Internet or in 2 Make sure to include: a newspaper and prepare a programme like the ·Films for children, teenagers and adults. one on page 21 in this unit. ·Screening times. ·A brief description of the films. Name ·Original language. ·Age of the audience. Times ·Director and main actors. Type 3 Work in pairs. Read it to your partner and ask him / her to take notes. Ask him / her questions about the different films to check how well he / Age group she understood the programme. Topic SYNTHESISIn this unit we have learnt Vocabulary related to different forms of To form negative sentences in the Present entertainment and their possible Simple Tense. connection with learning: We don’t normally go on holiday in June. • games • films Stephen doesn’t like to play games on the • music • other fun activities computer. To form sentences in the Present Simple To make, accept and reject suggestions Tense to say: What shall we do tonight? a. that an action is repeated or usual. Let’s visit Karen or go to the cinema. I usually have cereal and milk for breakfast. b. that a speaker believes that a fact is To identify where a written text came from. always true. Water boils at 100 degrees Celsius. Vocabulary related to films, film schedules and film reviews. TO ENJOY AND TO LEARN 25
  26. 26. EXTRA ACTIVITIES 1 In pairs or alone, complete this crossword puzzle. ACROSS DOWN 3. What you checkmate in a well-known 1. They are always fun to play. board game. 2. Little glass balls. 5. A game using 20 rectangles with dots. 4. Something you need to play tug-of-war. 6. Popular Colombian game. 5. Little cubes with dots used for several board games. 2 Complete the following dialogues with the expressions in the box. . Lets have . Shall we go . Lets stop . Shall I make . How about a. A: _______ for a break, I’m really tired! B: Good idea. _______ some coffee? A: Great idea! b. A: This programme is very boring. _______ out somewhere? B: _______ going to the cinema? A: O.K. But first, _______ a look at the newspaper to find out what time it starts. 3 Rewrite this paragraph using the negative form of the Present Tense. Joe Sutton enjoys his job. He works very hard and he earns a lot of money. He lives in a small town and he goes to the city everyday. He has a very healthy life. He and his wife go to bed early, get up early and run twenty kilometres every morning. 4 Complete the following sentences with the words in the box. . actor . comedies . films . musicals . fantasy . stuntmen a. Lord of the Rings is a _______ film. d. What type of films do you prefer, _______ or b. Zach Efron is many teenagers’ favourite _______? _______. e. High School Musical is one of the most c. A lot of stars don’t like _______ to play successful _______ in history. dangerous scenes.26 UNIT 1
  27. 27. CONSOLIDATION ACTIVITIES1 Traditional games. Look for information about traditional games around the world and complete the chart. Then exchange information with your classmates and add more games to your chart. Number of Brief Name Origin players explanation2 Work in pairs and make as many conversations as you can, using the prompts from a, b, and c. Then choose one and roleplay it in front of your class. b a Shall I make you a Im hungry/thirsty/bored. sandwich? Its really hot/cold/dark in here. Shall I take you home? Its almost midnight. I must go Lets have a break. home! Ill turn on the lights/ the c heating on /off. Lets have lunch / a fruit juice. Good idea! Shall we call a taxi? OK, then. Shall I open / close the Yes, please. window? Ill do it.3 Complete the chart below with words related to films. Types of films Professions TO ENJOY AND TO LEARN 27
  28. 28. TEST YOUR KNOWLEDGE READING THE MOST FAMOUS STATUETTE IN THE WORLD Shortly after the creation of the First Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences in 1927, film directors and producers started to discuss ways to honour outstanding achievements in the new motion picture business. One of the most important ideas was the creation of a trophy. MGM art director Cedric Gibbons took the idea to several Los Angeles artists who submitted designs. The sculptor George Stanley proposed the figure of a knight standing on a reel of film, hands gripping a sword. The Academys world- renowned statuette was born. Initially, Oscar was solid bronze. Then, due to a shortage of metal during World War II, Oscars were made of painted plaster for three years. Today, the statuette is gold-plated britannium. Oscar is thirteen and a half inches tall and weighs eight and a half pounds. He hasnt been changed since he was first created, except when the pedestal was made higher in 1945. Officially named the Academy Award of Merit, the statuette is better known by its nickname, Oscar, the origins of which arent clear. Source: A Brief History of the Oscar By The Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences - Edited by Cynthia F. Kirkeby 1 Read the text carefully and choose the best alternative. 4 pts. b. The idea was proposed to several a. The people who wanted to honour i. artists ii. directors iii. producers outstanding achievements in the film c. Initially Oscar was made of solid business were i. plaster ii. britannium iii. bronze i. actors and directors d. The only change in the statuette since it was ii. actors and producers first made was iii. producers and directors i. the material ii. its height iii. its weight LISTENING FAVOURITE ACTIVITIES 2 Listen to three people talking about their favourite 3 Listen again and complete these sentences. free time activities. Decide which one likes: 1 pt. 5 pts. a. reading books a. It can be done in _______, you don’t need b. listening to a CD player or ipod any _______, and it can be done _______. c. playing the game of noughts and crosses b. You need the right _______, you can do it _______ and you don’t disturb _______. c. They are _______ and you use them _______ you want. They are _______ and do not ______________ easily.28 UNIT 1
  29. 29. LANGUAGE4 Fill in the gaps with shall we or let’s. c. My cousin and I _____ see each other very often. 4 pts. d. _____ worry! We can catch the next train. a. Where _____ park the car? e. Susannah _____ walk to school. She takes I don’t know. _____ ask the policeman. a bus. b. _____ call Carole. What for? What _____ tell her? 6 Which of the following sentences: 5 pts. c. _____ cook meat or fish for dinner? _____ make pasta instead. A. expresses an action is repeated or usual? d. _____ go and visit Jamil. Ok, _____ do it. B. indicates that a fact is considered true? a. Chile has one of the longest coastlines in the5 Complete these sentences with the correct world. b. Washing machines use electricity. negative auxiliary. 5 pts. c. Jennifer does ice hockey in winter. a. Dogs normally _____ eat vegetables. d. A microwave produces a lot of heat. b. Chris _____ know how to use a laptop. e. We take our dog for a walk three times a day. 0 9 10 15 20 24 KEEP TRYING to 9 REVIEW 18 to 14 WELL DONE! to 19 EXCELLENT! to 24 TOTAL PTS SELF - EVALUATIONIn this unit I have... YES NO YES NO Reading Speaking - grasped the main idea of the texts. - practised effective group and pair skills. - answered most questions correctly. - expressed my point of view - interacted with other students to do appropriately. the reading exercises correctly. - expressed my opinion on different - guessed where a text came from. subjects. - found equivalent words or - made myself understood even if phrases to match meanings. I have made some mistakes. - role played conversations. Listening Writing - focused both on details and the - been aware of the purpose of general idea of the text. my writing. - taken notes to help me understand - written a film schedule. the text. - actively revised my own writing. - made and checked predictions - written a film review using previous knowledge. - listened for specific information. TO ENJOY AND TO LEARN 29

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