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Items 1 - 14 An additionalfeatureof the Workbook is the Grommar in Use section in every Followingthat premise,Upstream Beginner letsthe Ss explorethe new. Upstream beginner a1+. Danny Gonzalez. Loading Preview. Sorry, preview is currently unavailable. You can download the paper by clicking the button above. BEGINNER A1+. Virginia Upstream Beginner A1+ is a modular secondary- level course for learners of the English Workbook Teacher's (overprinted).

Readthe instructions and the exchanges and vocabulary. Askthe Ssto usethislanguage whentheytalk with youandtheirclassmates in class. Helpthem present themto the class. Helpthem with the spelling of the words. TheSs,in pairs,askandanswerthe quest'roni. Asksomepairsof 5sto reportbackto the class. Whatdo theywontyou to do in orderto findout more? Focusthe ss, attentionon the modularpage Readthe moduletitte and askyour Ssto tookai the pagefor a minute.

What do theythink the moduleis about? What kind of information do theyexpectto find in sucha module? Focusthe Ss'attentionon pictures In pairs,the Ss locatethe pagenumbers of thevisualaids. Havea classdiscussion, usingthe visualaids,irrorderto familiarise the Sswith the contextof the nexttwo unitsandestablish rapport. Wheredoyou think thesepeopleareTetc Pic. Who are these people?

Readthe phrasesand explainto the Sswhat they mean. Then,go throughthe moduleand find the correspondingpage numbers. Have a class discussion. AnswerKey Amap of theworld Unitla, p. T Whatelseconyou seeon themap? Pieces of paperwithcountrieson them. T Doyou knowonyof these? Ads IJnit2c,p. Haveyoueverbeentosu place? Whichactivitieswould 'fiketodo? AnswerKey pic. T Whotcanyouseeinpicture1?

T Doyouknowwhosheis? Othe r famousactorsfromdiffere n t c o u n t rie s. Whotdoyou thinkthis womonis doing? Whatelsecanyou seeon page l2? You can remember new words more easily by , cornecting them with music, sounds, colours, food, landm. Canyoufindyourcountryon the map?

What'sthe nameof yourcountryin English? Lookit up in yourdictionary. How's your Geography? Complete the map with the capital cities. Focuit practising countries andcities Readthe example. The Ss,in pairs,ask and answerCirculate and provideany necessary help. Asksomepairsof Ssto reportbackto theclass. Where's Ankara? InTurkey; Olga is21 yearsold. She's Herfavourite fromRussia.

Iistening for speci fic information form-completion Reading: Explain to the 5s that one I wayto remember newwordsis by connecting themto something colours, etc.

Explainthat they can connectthe nameof theircountryin English to thecolours flag. AsktheSs in theircountry's.

Ask if they can identifysomeof the countries. Referto the four countriesand ask the Ssto locatethem on the map. Ask the Ss if they know any traditionalmusicfrom the countries mentioned.

The Ss listenand match the musicextractsto the countries. TheSs,in two teamsA andB,lookat the mapfor one minuteandclosetheirbooks. Theteamstaketurnsto questions. Theteamwith the mostpointswins. T Where'sTokyo? T OneoointforTeam A. Readthe instructions and exolainthe task.

Referthe Ss to the mao. Ask the Ss to complete the information using the appropriate capitalcitiesfrom the listgiven. With the helpof their dictionaries, if necessary theyfindthe nameof theircountryin English. Alternatively, saythe nameof yourcountry in English andtheSslookit up inthe dictionary, tryingto findthecorrect spelling. Ss'own onswers 4 Focdt completinga registrationform. Go throughthe registration formandexplain any unknownwords e. Checkthe Ss' answers.

Tapescript Hector: Rosa,canyouhelpmefill in thisregistration form,pleose? Yes,of course What'syour userlD? Hectormex RAsa: Nowput yourpassword in - but don'ttellme!

And the last thing Asksome pairsof 5sto reportbackto theclass. Howold ishe7 B: AnswerKey l They'refrom Kimand Leoare twenty-three Jopan. Their favourite singerisCeline Dion. He'sfrom Mexico.

His Hectoris seventeen favourite singerisBritney Spears. Havea classdiscussion. Referthe 5sto the registration formon page8. Askthemto makea similar oneaboutthemselves b intheirnotebook. The5s makea registration form and write a shortparagraph aboutthemselves as written homework.

Display theirwork. Allow the 5s some time to read the texts silentlyand completethe task. Ask them to underlinethe relevantsentences in the texts wheretheyhavefoundthe information. Check the Ss'answers. TheSsfiletheircorrected of writingin theirLonguagePortfolio.

See Introducti onforfurther explonation. Readthe instructions andexplain thetask. TheSslistenand follow the lines. Individual Ssreadout fromthetexts. Allowthe Sssometimeto go throughthe texts againand fill in the tablebeforethey report backto the class. TheSs,in andexplain pairs,take turns to talk about the people. Ask somepairsof Ssto reportbackto the class. Playsomeextracts andaskthe Ssto guess wherethe musicisfrom. Havea discussion as to what the namesof the neighbouring countriesare and their capital cities.

Lookat the text and the title. What informationdo you expectto read? Ask and answerquestions. Whatnationality isArnoldSchwarzenegger? F, What languagedo they speak?

Listen a n d underline. Turkish Sp e a ker Sp e a ker 2. Japanese Speaker. He'sfrom Schwarzenegger? Skills Reading: Gothroughthe pictures andthe information aboutthe famouspeopleand presentthe theyarefrom.

Readthe exampleand explainthe task. Allowthe 5s sometime to completethe task. Checkthe 5s'answers. He'sfrom the wordsin Underline Austria.

Explain that Austriais a noun,the nameof the countrywhileAustrianis an where people g nationality adjective describin arefrom. He'sfrom Brazil. She's fromltaly. F identiffingvariouslanguages z a. Readthe instructions thetask. Checkthe Sslistenandcomplete 5s'answers. Askthe Ssto notedownor remember a word or wordsthat theyknowfromeach language or thatsoundfamiliar.

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Dothe samefor languages andwritethem in another columnontheboard. Readtheexample thetask. The andexplain using asin the example, Ssmakesentences Provide the information fromthe columns. TheySpeak English inSpainandMexico. TheyspeakSpanish in Russia. TheyspeakRussian Theyspeakltalian inltaly.

Explain words that thereare a lot of English that comefromotherlanguages. TheSs,in pairs,complete task. Extension 1 Drillyour ontheboard. Individual 5s. Writeprompts words. Austrianetc 2 Askthe Ssto thinkof somemorefamouspeople from thesecountriesor from any other country, help. TheSs, Readtheexample andexplain pairs, andprovide Circulate in askandanswer. Ask some any necessary refort oaElft6the class. Key SuggestedAnswer Schiffer?

Whatnationality isClaudia fromGermany. She's B: She's German. Presentthe verb to be affirmative. Say, then write on the board: I am from Spain. Underline the wordsin bold. Point to a student,sayand write: Youarefrom Spoin. Followthe sameprocedureto presentall persons of the verbto be in the affirmative.

Next to the sentences,write the short forms,l'mffou're,etc. Drillyour Ss. Writesomepromptson the board. Individual 5smakesentences. Referthe Ssto the GrammorReference at the backof theirbooksfor furtherdetails. Allowthe Sssometimeto readandcomplete the text.

Write the followingsentences on the the useof the wordsin boardandeliciVexplain bold. Whoisyourfavourite singeri when we askabout a person Whotisyourname?

Circulate andprovideanynecessary help. Asksomepairsof Ssto reportbackto the class. TheSscanhavetheirown tapeswith them and havetheir dialogues recorded. Lateron, they canlistento theirdialogues andcheckthemselves. Dividethe classinto two teams,A and B. Eachteam takesturnsto saya sentence. Theotherteamhasto question. Eachcorrectquestion aska corresponding getsonepoint.

Allowthe Sssometimeto readandcomplete the factfile. Brainstorm fiorcountriesthe Ssare interested in. Inviteindividual Ss to tell you what they! I know about them i. Write on I the board.

TheSscankeepnotesif theywish. I The5schoosea countryandwritea factfileand a short descriptionof it, accompaniedby picturesor drawings,as written homework. II Display theirwork. TheSsfiletheircorrected of writingin thetr LanguogePortfolio. Seelntroduction for further explanation. TheSs,in groups,make a collagewith their favourite onesandwritetheirnamesandwheretheyare from.

TheSs,in groups,findwordsin theirlanguage that arethe sameas or similarto the English words e. As a variation,the Ss can makea quizsimilarto the one in Ex. Thegroups then swapquizzes and try to guessthe origin of the words. Youare You're: They3 are English. London 4 isthe capitalcityof England. Carol5 is. Thisis a mapof ltaly. Thereareabout58 millionpeoplein ltaly. Theyspeakltalian there.

One of the most famouslandmarksin Italy is the Coliseum. Otherthingsto seein ltaly are: In pairs,takeit in turnsto interview one another. Usethe questionsin Ex. Coliseum Otherthingsto see: Youaregoingto hearfour shortdialogues with peopleintroducing or greetingeachother. Whichfour of thesesentences do the peoplesay? Then,listenand checkyour answers. Readthe dialogues and match themto the headings.

Niceto meetyou,Matt. Introduceor greetone another.

Usethe dialogues in Ex. Mum, t h is is Hila ry 5. Hilary, this is my mu m. P lea s e tdo me e t y o u , Mrs Mills Niceto meetyoutoo, Hilary. How do Longuageinuse;Pretty you spellyourname? Hello,l'm JimBrown. Pleased Mills. Havea niceday! Say, thenwrite: Say,then write Hello, is lan. Followthe same everyone! This procedure to presenVrevise the basicexpressions we use when we greet or say 'goodbye'to to the Ssthat theseareways someone.

Explain we introduceourselves, others,andgreeteach other.

Gothroughthepictures andelicitthesituations i. TheSschoose whichsentences theythinkwill be heard. TheSs readthe dialogues silently andcomplete the task. Explainto the Ss that they have to use the exchanges from Ex.

TheSs,in pairs, taketurnsactingoutthe exchanges. Ask somepairsof 5s to reportbackto the class. Ss'own onswers Extension Say,then write,on the boardrandomsentences from thedialogues. Askindividual Ssto identifu thesituation in whicheachsentence isused. Checkthe 5s' pronunciation. Presentthe verb to be negativeand interrogative form.

Say,thenwriteon the the board: I am not from Russia. TheSsrepeat,chorally Pointto a student, sayandwrite: Followthe sameprocedure presentall persons of the verbto be in the forms. Then,ask negativeandinterrogative a studenta questionyou will probably receivea negativeanswer for: Areyou Japanese? Elicit the shortanswer: No,l'm not. Ask anotherstudenta questionyou will probably receive answerfor: Areyou a positive Sponish?

Elicitthe short answer'. The Ss, in pairs,ask and answerto complete the missinginformation. Circulate and provideanynecessary help. Answer Key English: MonicaValente andDiegoTavares Germon: KarlSchnyderand KlaraVogel. Allowthe Sssometimeto writethe questions.

Choosea studentto cometo the the front. TheothersSsforma line. Introduce student in character as a famousperson to the restof the class, one by one,goingalong theline. Pleasedto meetyou, MrDeNiro.

Patrick e. You're andyou'reRussion. I'mLindo andl'mSpanish. Readthe instructions the task. Allowthe 5ssometimeto complete theSs'answers. Drill your Ss. Write some promptson the Ssmakesentences. Individual e. Extension The Ss write down two correctsentencesabout themselves and an incorrect one. Individual Sstake triesto turnsto saythesentences. Therestof the class find the incorrectone. Whoeverguessescorrectly takesthe nextturnandthe gamecontinues. You're Sl: Thenextstudenton the right continues.

He'sPatrickand he'sRussian. You're Lindaand you'reSpanish. I am not l'mnot Russian. Youarenot Youaren't fromSpain. Youarea tour guidefor CityTours. Findout wherethe touristsarefrom. AskstudentB questions to your fill in table. AskstudentA questions to your fill in table. Yes,they are.

Heisn'ta singer. Putthe wordsin the correctorderto form questions. Arevourfriends German? Myfavouritesingersare Ghristina Aguileraand Beyonc6. My favouriteteamis Liverpool. Pleasewritesoonand tell me everything! Love, Stuart. Before you start wdting your composition, think about the topic and write down anything that comes to mind about it.

After that, you can decide what to include. Writea letterto a new pen-pal. Usethe planfromEx. How old areyou? Whereexactlyareyou from? What'syour bestfriend'sname? What yearareyou in at school? What aresomeof yourfavouritethings? Elicitthe mistakesand the rules.

Propernqmesalwaysstart with uppercase. Readthe title and eliciVexplain what a pen-pal is a friendyou writeto. Explain any unknown words. Allow the 5s sometime to read the letter silently and correct the mistakes. Ask the Sssomecomprehension e. How old is Stuart?

Whereexactlyis he from? What nationalityis his bestfriend? Who are Stuort'sfavouritesinqers? What'shisfovourite team? Go throughthe incomplete spidergram and explain thetask. Allowthe 5ssometimeto readthe letteragain andcomplete thetask. Checkroundthe class. InvitesomeSsto usethe plan Ex. TheSswrite the letteras writtenhomework. The5sfiletheircorrected of writingin thei Languoge Portfolio. See lntroduction forfurther explanation. Tellthem not to worryaboutspelling mistakes or how a TheycanwriteawordinLl wordissaidin English at thisstage.

At the end of the brainstormlng session. Bringin picturesof peoplefrom aroundthe world, if possible. Alternatively, usepicturesof famouspeople. Divide the classintogroupsand give one pictureto eachgroup.

Eachgroup makesup imaginary information for eachperson age,job, favouritethings,etc. Thegroupscanswaptheirlettersand discuss if theywouldwritebackor not. Writea similarletterto the one in Ex 1 about yourselfbut with a differentname. Pinit up.

Invitethe Ssto writea response to yourletter. Readthe title and explainwhat brainstorming is. Stressthe importanceof writing down anythingthat comesto mind and then select what to includein the compositionand in which paragraph. Ask the Ss to follow that advicewheneverthey write a composition.

Aroundthe UK! Skills readingfor specificinformation Speaking: Present the pointsof the compass. Drawa on the board.

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Pointto the arrow compass showingNorth and say North. Repeat the procedure with South,EastandWest. Draw an arrow betweennorth and west and presentnorth-west. Followthe same procedurewith south-west, south-east andnorth-east. Askthe Ssto lookat the mapof the UK.

Howmanycountries are Scotland, in theUK? EngIand,NorthernIrelond, Wales. Readthe instructions andexplain the task. Playthe cassettey'CD, twiceif necessary. The Sslisten,followin theirbooksandcomplete thetask. Focuit UK. Readthe example the task. TheSs,in andexplain pairs,askand answer. Circulate and provideany pairs necessary help.

Ask some of Ss to report backto the class. Where's London? Where exoctly? Where's Belfast? It'sin Northernlreland. Ask them to draw a map of their country ] featuringthe majortownsand cities. TheSsfiletheircorrected of writingin thei Language Portfolio. Askthemto bringin a mapand: S cotland is in t h e: Draw a map of your country with towns and cities. Northernlrelandis in the 3 north-west. Lookat Peter'sfamily. Who's Peter'sgrandmother? L o okat the familytree againa n d completethe riddles.

M y s isteris my mother's l,ri,rllr -r M y fatheris my grandfather's sll My motheris my father'si i: M y uncleis my aunt'slr.

Talkwith your partnerabout Peter'sfamily. Who's Jean? P e t e ris in t ro d u c i n gh i s friend,Tom,to his family. Who'syour favouriteTV f a mily? The Camdens, Ericand Annie,havegot sevenchildren. Usethe words below. Read the task, Read the text quickly and find the inJormation you need.

Do not concentrate on the details or anv unknown words. She'sPeter's grandmother. TheSs readthe phrases, referbackto the familytreeand makesentences asin the example. Askindividual Ssto reportbackto the class.

Ask the Ssto look at the familytree. Point to and presentthe namesof the different membersof Peter'sfamily. Ask questions to presentnew words.

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T Who'sPetefsfather? Doniel T Who'sPeter's mother? Angelo etc Completethe task by askingindividualSs to namethe differentmembers.

AnswerKey Peter'sgrandmother: Derek Peter'smother: Doniel,Petels aunt: Clive,Peter'solder sister: Kevin Caroline, Peter's [. CarolineisAngelo's doughter. The Sscomoletethe riddles. The Ss,in pairs,talk about Peter'sfamilyusing the familytree and the examplesas a model. Extension Ask the Ssto work in pairsand dictateto eachother their familytrees. When they finish they swap their drawingsin orderto find out if they drew the correct tree. Checkthe 5s' answers.

Answer Key mothet; fathetr aunt,uncle Tapescript Peter: Niceto seeyou. Comein ondmeetmy fomilytThis ismymothe4Angeloand thisismyfatheqDaniel. Hi, Tom. Pleasedto meetyou. Where'severyone eIse? They're in thelivingroom. OK Comeon,Tom. LetSgo andseethe restof thefomily.

Ask andexplain individual their favouriteW Ss to describe familyto theclass. Havea class discussion. Ss'own answers. Tellthe 5sthat scanning a textwill helpthem quickly locatespecific information andefficiently. Scanning involvesmovingyour eyesquickly down the page seekingspecificwords or Scanning phrases. Stressthat whenscanning, it isn'tnecessary to focuson meaningor unknown words.

Read the instructionsand explainthe task. Allow the Sssome time to scanthe text and write down the names. Checktheir answers. The Ss listenand completethe task. Checkthe Ss' anSwers. Allow the Ss some time to go through the article again and complete the sentences. Individual5s use the exoressions to mare sentences. J o Readthe instructions and exolainthe task. The Ss try to rememberfive things about the Wallacefamily and tell the class.

Write the thingsthe 5s remember on the board. TheSsreadthe text againand decidewhether the statementswritten on the board are corrector not. Ask individualSsto correctthe onesthat aren'tvalid. T TheWallaces orefromLiverpool,England. T Melisso's mum'snameis Rose. Ask the Ssto usethe modelof the familvtree Ex.

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TheSsreferto Ex. The 5s produce the family tree as written homework. Displaytheir work. TheSsfiletheircorrectedpiecesof writingin their Language Portfolio. Seetntroductionfor further explanation. LAsk the Ss to write a short descriptionof a family membernot alreadyreferredto. Invite the Ss to read their descriptionand havethe rest of the classtry to guesswho is being described.

Sheis tall and beautiful. Shehasshorthair and blue eyes. Herfavourite actoris BrodPitt. She'smy uncle'soldestdaughter. Havethe 5s talk aboutthe membersand their relationship to eachother. Ask the Ss to make a fictionalfamilytree for themselves.

Theypresenttheir fictionalfamilyto the class. Extension The 5s write down four incorrectsentences about the Wallacefamily. IndividualSstake turns to say one of their sentences. Whoevercorrectsit takes the next turn and repeatsthe activity. Bethhasgotlonghaironda beautifulsmile.

Bethhas got short hair and a beautiful smile. TheSs, in pairs, ask and answer the questionsabout themselvesand their families. Check round the class. Ask somepairsof Ssto reportbackto the cta5s. But there'slotsmore First,meet my grandmaand grandad,Frankand Rose.

They live with us and they both love cooking. That'sgreat news for Mum! Now,meetmy mum! She'scalled Elizabeth, but mostpeoplecall her Beth. She'sgot short hair and a beautifulsmile! She lovesflowers, - andmydad,of course!

Whereareyouandyour familyfrom? Whatareyourgrandparents called? Whatareyour par ents' names? Whatdoesyourmother looklike? Haveyougot anybrothers or sisters? Areyouan only child? That'sgreatnewsfor mum! He'sverycleverfor hisage. PatchandTonyhavea lot of fun together. Makeyour family tree and presentit to your class. First, meet my WhatdoesRuthFlashlooklikeT quiteshortandpretty. She's got long,fair B: She's hairandblueeyes. What's shelike? She's verykindondfriendly.

What doesyour bestfriend look like? My bestfriend's called Readand completethe sentences. Go aroundthe classand find out informationabout your classmates.

Write eachclassmate's nameonly once. Studythe table. I havegot fairhair,but I haven'tgot blueeyes. She has got a brother;but she hasn't got a Haveyou got a big family? Yes,I have. Hashe got a beard?

Yes,he has. She'squiteshortand pretty. She'sverykind and friendly Reading: Focusthe Ss'attention on the table with the phrasesdescribing appearanceand character. Go through the table with the 5s. EliciVPresent any unknown words. Allowthe Sssometime to completethe task. Readaloudthe firstsentenceof the examole. Explainthat we usethis question,Whotdoes Ruthlooklike?

Readthe answerto this ouestion aloud,then readthe next question. Explain that we usethis question,Whatbshelike? Readout the answerto this question. The Ss, in pairs,use the prompts in the tableto askand answerquestionsas in the exampre.

WhatdoesRayFlashlook like? He'stall and handsome. He'sgot dark"wavy hair and browneyes. Suggested AnswerKey My bestfriend'scalledBetsy. She's tall and veryslim. She has got big, blue eyesond long, fair hair. Sheis very pretty.

She is kind and friendlyand very funny. She makesmelaugh. She'sa greatfriend! Say,thenwriteon the board: Repeat the sameprocedure to presentthe rest of theaffirmative forms.

Focus theSs'attention on the factthat the thirdpersonsingular is has got. Sabinohasgot blueeyes. Show your pencilto the Ss again and say: I havegot a pencil. I haven'tgot a pen. Write the negative form on the board and underline haven'tgot.

Giveexamples in all persons. Has Rickygot a pencil? Takehis penciland got a pencilnour? Has Ricky No,he hasn't. Write these on the board and underlineHas Explainthat the last two are short answers. Elicit from the 5s how short answersare formed. Referthe Ss to the GrammarReference at the backof their booksfor furtherdetails.

Allow the Ss some time to completethe task. Check roundthe class. Refer the Ss to the table and tell them to completeit with the namesof their classmates.

Allow them sometime to askand answerthe questions, as in the exampleandcompletethe table. The Ss describetheir bestfriendsin termsof appearance and character. Ask individualSsto reportbackto the class. Readthe title and the introduction. Ask the Ssto say what a 'host family' is a familythatwelcomes into theirhomefor a short international students stay.

Eachsectionalsoincludes a varietyof tasksto practise and consolidate the new structures. At the backof the book,thereisa Grommor Reference section that offers a clear and concise explanation of the structures in eachunit.

The listening textsall replicate authentic andfeaturea range spokenEnglish of genuine nativespeaker accents. VEveryday English Everyday English sections enablethe Ssto practise reallife communication Functionallanguage strategies.

VlPronunciation Therearetaskswhichdevelop the Ss'abilityto recognise. VllWriting Thewritingsections havebeencarefully to designed ensurethat the Ss developtheir writing skillsin a systematic manner.

TheSsarealwaysgivena modeltext, whlchis then thoroughly analysed. The5salsopractise the language andthe structural devices to be used. All activities lead the 5sto the finaltask,whichfollowsa clearplanand is basedon the modeltextprovided.

All writingtasksare basedon authentictypesand stylesof writing suchas letters,postcards, faxes,emails,etc. VlllCulture Clips In this section,the studentshavethe opportunity to read short texts about aspectsof life in Englishspeakingcountries.

These texts also act as a springboard to promoteculturalindividuality as the studentsareaskedto find similarities and differences betweenEnglish-speaking countries andtheirown.

At the same time, the studentsare given some cultural referencesuchas the Knock, Knockand Waiter,waiter jokes. XlStudy Skills The study skillssectionhelpsstudentslearn more efficientlyby showingthem ways of organising themselves as far as studyingis concerned.

Encourage the Ss to employthe studyskillswheneverpossible. Thiswill graduallylead them to becomingindependent, autonomous users of the English language. XlI ModuleSelf-Assessment This section includesexercisesconsolidating the moduleaswellas preparing the students for the test whichcanbe foundin the lestEooklet. XlllSongsheet In additionto the songspresented throughoutthe units,this sectionprovides a theme-related songfor eachmodule.

Songsarean excellent resource in the language classroom as they helpteachconcepts and patterns skills, develop language andcreatea pleasant atmosohere in the classroom.

TheStudent's Bookalsoincludes:. Pairwork Activities:The Ss consolidatethe language andstructures throughtwo information gapactivities permodule. Theycanbe doneupon completionof the Self-Assessmenf sectionsor wheneverthe teacherthinks appropriate.Checkthe 5s' pronunciation.

Circulateand provideany necessary Checkthe 5s'answers. These texts also act as a springboard to promoteculturalindividuality as the studentsareaskedto find similarities and differences betweenEnglish-speaking countries andtheirown. I Tapescripts for the listeningtasksin the SelfAssessment sections Typicallayoutof a module ll Suggested answersfor the pairwork activities an Eachmoduleconsists of two units,a Self-assessment, lll lnstruments for Evaluation in twenty section, Across theCuriculum anda Songsheet part of the learning Evaluation is an essential pages altogether.

S cotland is in t h e: Thestudents areintroduced to familiarise of the unitsand giventhe opportunity theteacher canfind: Skills readingfor specificinformation Speaking: L o okat the familytree againa n d completethe riddles.

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