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designed for students who have had no prior...
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  1. 1. .ç vlperengg Robert lvor Williams Azucena Sánchez de la Barquera
  2. 2. Nombre del alumno (a) Escuela Grupo O_uerido alumno (a) de secundaria: Este libro se entrega gratuitamente para tu formación, y es parte del esfuerzo que estamos haciendo el Gobierno de la República y los Gobiernos de los Estados para convertir la educación cn la llave de las oportunidades y el êxito para ti y tu familia. Este libro es tuyo. Aprovéchalo y cuídalo. SECREIARÍA DE EDUCACIÓN PÚBLICA mov »mem : :m f? 8- @f soumvao ousu DISTRIBUCIÓN GRATUITA, PROHIBIDA SU VENTA Maestra (o): Consulta los Libros de Texto de Secundaria en línea, en la siguiente dirección electrónica http: //libros. conaliteg. gob. mx/
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  4. 4. Editorial Director Doris Arroba Jacome Publisher Lauren Robbins Editors Simon Cupit Jorge Mancera Cardos Assistant Editor Octavio Ramirez Espinosa Authors Azucena Sánchez de Ia Barquera Robertlvorwilliams Proofreading Simon Cupit Series Design RubiV. Ramirez, Sheila Cabeza deVaca Cover Design Juan Bernardo Rosado Art Direction Ru biV. Ramirez (Soordination of photography Herm inia Olvera Photo Research Yina Garza Layout and DTP Daniela Ibarra, Érika González Technical Assistance Federico Gianni, Angel Redondo Illustration A Corazón Abierto, Sheila Cabeza deVaca, Humberto García, Edmundo Santam aría Photography Agence France-Presse, Archivo SM, Armando Mora, AP Images, Educational Image, Jupiter Image, IMCINE, Latinstock. Photos. com, United States Library ofCongress by Carl Van Vechten, Stock Exchan ge, Wikipedia. D. R. Salvador DaIiNE GAPfSOMAAPfMexicof200S, p. 178. © Patsy clineTribute, p. 181. © Repro duccion autorizada por el Instituto Nacional de Bellas Artes y Literatura, p. 183. Production Carlos Olvera, Teresa Amaya The English Experience° 2 Student Book First edition, 2008 First reprint of the ñrst edition, 2009 Second reprint of the ñrst edition, 2010 Third reprint of the ñrst edition, 2011 Fourth reprin t of the ñrst edition, 2012 D. R. © SM de Ediciones, SA. de CV. , 2007 Magdalena 211, Colonia del Valle, 03100, Mexico, D. F. Tel. : (S5) 10878400 vwvwedlcionessmcommx ISBN 978-970-785-356-0 Member of the Camara Nacionalde Ia Industria Editorial Mexicana Register number 2830 All rights reserved. No part of this book m ay be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted in anyform or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photo copying, recording or oth erwise, withoutprior permission in writing of the publishers. No esta permitida Ia reproducción totaI oparcial de este libro, nisu tratamiento informático, ni la transmisión de ninguna forma a por/ cualquier medio, ya sea eíectránico, mecanico, por fotocopia, por registro u otros métodos, sin elpermiso previa y por escrito de ! os titulares de! copyrlgh t. La marca The Engiish Experience° espropiedad de SM de Ediciones, SA. de CM Prohibida su reproducción total o parcial. The English Experience°2 Student Book Printing completed in April 2012 at Reproduccion es Fotomecanicas, SA. de CV. , Calle Democracia: No. 116, Col. San Miguel Amantla, C. P. 02700, Mexico, D. F., Deleg. Azcapoizalco
  5. 5. n_ . The ~. «;¡x›__¡ , p : u Welcome to 2 f'. ; _sügrmé We, at SM, hope it is an enjoyable as well as an enlightening experience. Do you know how to learn a language? You already speak at least one language. Try these four easy steps to learn English with The nglish Experience? 'h', par! en: : e it! 'Ifhfsaik : :about 12:1 ; ía Try it. out! 9:) Use; it! Listen to or read Pay attention to Try out your Use the patterns to texts in authentic different patterns hypotheses. communicate with English. in the texts and others. try to understand how they work. How to use your book: The Contents pages tell you what you will learn in each Iesson of each of the live Units in the book ln addition to the Lessons, each Unit offers you: - A Game to help you con solidate and practice what you are learning. o A Project that gives you the opportunity to work with your classmates and practice your English in and out of the classroom. o A Review to help you prepare and study for exam s. The nglish Ipanema** also offers you different resources at the back of the book for oral practice, reference, or clariñcation. Icons within the lessons suggest when you might find these sections useful. @à mu** mu¡ Use the Pairwork Use the Word Bankto section with a partner check spelling or the for communicative meaning of unfamiliar oral practice. words. @ mui! ” pa** USE the Gfôfnmôf SECÚO" Use the Audioscripts to check your m_ Em_ _g t0 help Clarlfy and C001¡ Tm answersto listening activities, to , ,., ¡-, ;, , a ~ YOUT hYPOÍhESES- observe language pattern s, or m; assumirem to improve pronunciation and intonation.
  6. 6. Remember thai: learning English is an ongoing experience: o Start talking by using short sentences and gestures to communicate. What's the time? l don't know. o Don't worry if you don't understand everything. - Ask for repetition if you aren't sure oraskfor help. Pardon me! What does "iib taty” mean .7 ~ Learn how to use your dictionary. Take it with you whenever you are studying English. It is your friend. How to use a typical bilingual dictionary As well as giving spelling and the definition ofa word, a good bilingual dictionary will also give you examples of the different uses of the word. Dictionary Entry call : t- Call 1 / kÕl/ (by telephone) llamadafI to give Heaclword ' Pronunciation The en try Word SÚIIIÊDÚ Zi Cai] a alguien (POP telefono) Tens you how to Say the word. Part of speech 'v' Gwes you the grammaücã¡ call 2 vt. (a) (shout) llamar: to call the roll . _; Enmphs category of the word 01' TÚÂÍSÍÊÊVÍÕÕHC) P353¡ E553 (b) (PÚHCS/ taxí¡ Tells you how to use the (n oun, ver b, adverb, etc). octor) llamar, convocar (c) (by telephone) word. llamar (d) (name, describe as) What are you Field la bels e? Sense CÍÍVÍSÍOIIS going to call me babyf? &Que nombre le van a poner al bebe? wnarg this called in Spanish? @Cómo se llama esto en español? Tells you the semantic group the word belongs to_ Tells you different meanings ofthe word. When to use your dictionarY¡ v _ a to check the spelling of unfamiliar words . to ¡ook up meanings of unfamiliar words . to correct your written texts and the texts *. “ of your ci as smates ' . to emich yourwritten texts with f new Vocabulary i i 2,» r . . ' “ _, x x y , , -
  7. 7. The English Experience** is a three level course for secondary schools. lt is designed for students who have had no prior study of English. At the end of the three year course, students are expected to reach the A2 (Waystage) level of the Common European F rameworkof Rekrenoe brLanguages, which means students will be able to communite in simple and everyday situations requiring a simple and direct exchange of information on familiarand routine matters methodology The English xperlencef” has been designed and written using the experiential learning principle, that students "learn by living. ” This is done i¡ by offering Iearners the opportunity to experience real-life communication 'n' in order to acquire the skills they need to construct knowledge and later usei, this knowledge to communicate conñdently and effectively. i The Book Each book has five Units, Pairwork activities, a Word Bank, a Grammar reference section, and theAudioscripts. Icons in the lessons refer the students to the different section s. The Pâirinrrrjrk Secücn 1-5 d e into two parts: studentA and Student B. lt con tains ínstruct. l and material for the pmrwork ons âCÍÍViÍÍQS referer¡ Ced ín th lessons. e aguuí¡ The “fa” Bank presents wow; in i . context within Speçjñc semantic ñeld ar section offerS by sf a S' It ma” be “Sed me Gramm 'les and u ents to check u mea m1. expianations, exam? Words or as a resource wii lar tables related to the languôçle Producíng their own tax: : items students refiect on t the hoc k- “ “W 2322222:: w - 1-. s. and con ñrm their hypot ese g 'includes the w v tion The Audlmcrlpt Sec d d on _ ; s recor E scripts for the oral te: : ' tion ay use this set the CD- Students m attems. t0 Check to observe languflêflãten-¡ng activities, their answers ltgtheír pronunciation and and to ímpio
  8. 8. Í u The Units __ ' Each unit is deágned to provideenough material fora bimester. It conásts of ñfteen twdpage Lessons, a Game, a Review, a Project, and ideas for a Portfolio. Lessons Each Lesson has enough material for a ñfty-minute class. lt offers a similar format in order to establish a sense of routine. Once language students get into the habit of following a familiar lesson plan and using established procedures and strategies for solving their language difficulties, they will become more confident and autonomous in the language Classroom. The Lessonsare divided into sections that clearly reflect the different phases of the experiential learning cycle. Emotions-n ¡t! Each Iesson begins with authentic 1g i1 outlThis section offers sttüclljeoj: models oflanguage that are presented in an oral or controlled tasks¡ Where the? W¡ : heses a written text based on the theme ofthe unit. These the opportunity to test their hypoealon texts reflect real-life texts that are purposeful and about howlañguage W°rk5'Thl5 s o¡ the contextualized. This section of the Iesson corresponds corresponds to the controlled Stage to the Concrete Experience phase of the learning cycle. Active Experimentation phõsü l ñNew Student Qhyítozni s, Cumbuco-puxadores# 'UM Osmmnoem a Mnxlnlllhhúum-IOIBH-Í › ' luuttdfütlms. i. Mamma-Dúbia z amam-naum -. num. *num-tl* 4.. ... um una-man uniu-mn» ranma-am: ¡iu-unsu- u. : ; y ç Wunumllúhlu . molennnmnnr. l. Ulnuvlnlbctukdnnu oa mu_ 1 miami-uva. - z van-maya: an. .. s. managing-c_ . nua-naum. .. nana-w uuuwmunuiM-um-I Inn-nula. n watch-nim Minoru¡ uma gmg¡gmubmxulldlnm qu. .tmn-u. uuuunmxmu hlükkllldItllil. e. Mmopmmnnlúnn-UMÚA mmvulnuuwc¡ wmmnf_ numa-mà. woman-ge. LMJMBKÚíí¡ o m. ; . ..u Th' - - . ink about itlThis section requires students to “cus 0” a Specific language area from the text. Students deduce how particular aspects of the “Wfage Wofk thmuâlh Slmplê questions and exercises. This section Cofres OÚSÉFVGÍÍOH and Abstract Co of the learning cycle_ Usa ¡t! This section gives students the opportunity to use new language in a freer and more personal context. The activities will allow students to use the language to perform ponds to the Reflectjug a function and participate in a social practice. nceptualfzarion phases This section corresponds to the freer stage of the Active Experim entation phase of the learning cycle, 6 oodkziixrmeüi'
  9. 9. _. ._-. . J. _ Ead1 unit includes additional tasksthat may be used for consolidation _¡. _': _ and for evaluation by both the studentsand the teacher. ._ I ' ' ¡ 'n' l' GIM! h l' 'l The Games are desiglled t0 'QQ/ de “ew language -l 'i' 3 ' i' f the revlous lessonsThey provide ari elemem ', .- R' ' - : :Em anlâ Competition that will motivate students to practice thetafgei Siri-laura; and Vocabuiary' n-. ..u n--v- -. .._. .»«. ... ... .«. . .-. .._. c.. .-. ... _. __ Project The multi- step Proiec? ma? be done at the end of the unit¡ 0V students may work on 'it as an ongçymg project th roughout the unit. Students should Work on these projects in teams. The teacher can monitor Review The RÉI/ ¡fwihcludes a series of tasks and activitie designed to help Studen ts consolidate what theys h - - . ave learned and identify wh at they stiii need to work on. Portfolio Suggestions for students' Portfolios are included at the end of each unitThey provide a list ofwork that students can select from and tips for maintaining their p0rtf0l¡05› Students' portfolios ma? be used for ongoing evaluation studentSWi/ Ofk by Checking and Keeping a fecmd Of _ their progress at the end of students' progress. Establish each step. at the beginning Of the Year 'reach tg Tip¡ Listening Listening activities are illustrated and include pre- Iistening activities to help students anticipate the topics. First, play the track so students can get the general gist ofthe text. Then play it again and have students complete the task. Finally, play the track a third time so students can check their answers. Speaking Many speaking activities require dividing the class into pairs or groups. Make sure students und er stand the task at hand and have a few students model the activity. Monitor th e activity to ensure that students are speaking English and to observe students production. Encourage the use ofgestures, facial expressions, and adequate intonation. the criteria for selection. and evaluation of the material. Reading texts include pre-reading activities to help students make predictions prior to reading, using their knowledge oftheworld and visual elements ofthe texts. Students should be encouraged to use different reading strategies, such as skimming texts for gist, scanning texts for speciñc information, and deducing the meaning ofunknown words from the context. Writing Guided writing tasks normallyinclude a model for students to follow and step-by-step instructions to help them produce and organize ideas prior to writing ñrst and final drafts. Peer correction is encouraged after the ñrst draft. Final drafts may then be graded by the teacher and later included in studentsportfolios.
  10. 10. A MBSSAGE POR YOU . ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... . . . 3 T0 THE TBAGHER . ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .. . . 5 GONTBNTS . ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .. 8 People and Animals . ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... . . .1 3 o Giving and obtaining factual information ofa personal and non-personal kind 1.1 Expressing ability in the present 1.2 Describing people and animals Lessons Language Structure Page I i l l L l l 1 l l J l 1 A New Student What's your name? Verb ro be 14 8 A Sd1ool Show l can sing. Stevecan? sing. m” f” ability (am m9" i6 5 An E pal Can yousing? Yes i can Yes/ NO questions) 18 4 The Franklin Fliers What does Sue look like? Physical description 20 a Mystery Stars She has long, blondhain “da 22 6 Sports Stars She is a great player 24 'f Heroes and Villains What is he like? He is funny. Character description 26 8 Robin Hood Shes quiet and serious. Frequency advelbs 28 9 Local Heroes l always help at home. 30 GAME Don't Stop Now! .. ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... . . . 32 l 0 Pets i-kzk bt but energetic Present simple for 34 1 1 World ofWildIife The rigeriivesinAsia. gemia' Fafe ires/ ll” 36 ues IODS 1 8 Animal Quiz Can elephantsjump? q 38 15 The Guarani of Paraguay Guarani is an ofiicial language. Cap¡ talizati on 40 14 Guarani Life What is the Guaranis life like? Quem” Wmds 42 1 5 ATraditional Drink Yerba mate rea comes from the mare tree. 44 REVIEW Unit1 . ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .. . .46 PROJECT Profile of a Country . ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... . . . 48 PORTFOLIO . ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .. . . 48 o 'i
  11. 11. 22 Giving advice 23 Making and ansxzvering offers and Suggestions I ff' _fig-E '. - Health and the Body . ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .. . , 49 n. _ . ' . - Giving and obtaining factual information ofa personal and non-personal kind ' . _- '~ 2.1 Discussing the body and one's health ' . o Establishing and maintaining social contacts eccmmmsü Lesson¡ Language &rufuut Pulga I i l | 1 An Accident in Class My kethurtl Plural nouns 50 I The School Nurse Put some ice on it. Sit down. Makmg 05°” *md 52 l A Fever Shall l get youa chair? suggesuons 54 4 A Cold He shouldn't go to school. Should for advice 56 I ltchy Spots He should go to the doctor. 58 C Common lllnesses You shouldn? scratch the spots 60 Y An Unlucky Excursion Don't put ice on the burn. Imperatives for 62 o First Aid Apply ice under the black eye. a4 l A Doctofs Prescription A drop of iodi ne. A teaspoon of syrup. 66 GAME Two of a Kind . ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... . . . 68 10 A Health Questionnaire Exercise is good because¡ t ! ÉÍCUQS you. Linking devices for 70 l l An Acne Problem Youshould eat fruit. aãchmp' Cause' am' 72 a erna IVe ll A Healthy Diet You shouldn? eat candy or junk food. 74 13 Unhealthy Habits lfl were you, l wouldn't eat last food. Asking for and giving 76 ll An Advice Show The best thing br you is to study more. adwce 78 l I A Problem Page Try drinking a glass ofwarm milk. 80 BIVIIW Unit 2 . ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .. . . 82 PROJECT A Health Campaign . ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .. 84 PORTPOLIO . ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... . . . 84
  12. 12. 10 Shoppingand Clothes . ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... . . . 85 o Giving and obtaining factual information of a personal and non-personal kind 3.1 Making comparisons and expressing degrees of difference - Carrying out certain transactions 3.2 Buying and Selling things Lessons language Structure Page I l 1 l l I I ' I | J I 1 Clothes Store i like this T-shirt. l don't like those pants this, that, these those 86 8 Catalogues This one is more expensive. C° mparatwe adiewves 88 3 Summer Offers Which is wanner? 90 4 Clothes fora Wedding That sui t is the most formal Comparative and 92 a Order ¡t! The blue dressisthecheapest. supe"a“veadlec“ves 94 6 Protective Clothing Shorts and sandalsare inappropriate. 96 7 Shopping Malls it has the biggest variety of stores. Irreg uiar comparative 98 e ARadio Ad The worstplace to shop! :: siatwe 10o 9 A Consumer Web Page What's the best store tor things like these? J 102 GAME Bargain Race . ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .. . . 104 10 At the Store Do youhave thisjacketin blue? Making purchases 106 l 1 Clothes Sizes Would you like to try it on? 108 18 Prices l-ibw much are the shoes? 110 15 For Sale l love going to garage sales. Gerunds and inñnitives 112 14 Online Shopping ! tis better because thereis more choice. “km9 dewces 114 l B Consumer Reports ln my opinion, i tis the best value. 1 16 REVIEW Unit 3 . ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .. 118 PROJECT A Clothes Store Survey . ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... . . . 120 PORTFOLIO . ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .. . . 120 ocdizitmaxüi'
  13. 13. . _. . '. _-. -.-'-_. _¡-' '. - House and Home . ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .a 1 21 - Giving and obtaining factual information ofa personal and non-personal kind " . - '-_ 4.1 Describing accommodation ¡ I _" ' l A New Apartment Does it have a garage? have for possession 122 8 An Australian Farm There isa school and there are two stores. 'here 'Sr 'hm are 124 3 Different Places My house has two fioors. 126 4 A Look at a House The bedrooms are on the second floor. Pr epo sitions of location 128 l House Plans Are there any bedrooms on the first floor? 130 ' I Apartments for Rent Which apartment is the biggest? 132 Y A Fumished Apartment Which apartment is the cheapest? Superlatíve adjectives 134 Í More Fumituie Thearmchairis in frontofthe lamp. F'ept°_”5't'°“5 °f 136 oca lOn 5 My Bedroom The desk is in frontof the window. 138 GAME Word Bank . ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .. . ... . . . 140 10 Vacation Cabins l tis smaller; but it is closer to the lake. Describi ng 142 l 1 A Cabin by the Lake How many chairsare there? acílmmÊdatwrl 144 8h OCB 10h ll Cabin for Rent Lovely two~story Cabin. 146 ll Traditional Houses Many Gieeks paint theirhornes white. Pr onoun reference 148 14 Two Brochures i'm not really interested in a double sink. Use °f the d'ct'°”a'y 150 1 l An Ecological House The cistern retains the rain water 152 lEVIlIUnit-l . . . .. ,154 PROJECT A Cultural Exhibition . ... ... .. . ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .. . ... ... ... ... .. 156 PORTPOLIO . ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... . . _ . .. ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .. . .156 11
  14. 14. 12 Past Times . ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... . . . 157 - Giving and obtaining factual information of a personal and non-personal kind 5.1 Expressing ability and inability in the past 5.2 Expressing past events Lessons language Structure Page | I I I I l I l l l | l A Child Prodigy She could read when she was three. could for past ability 158 8 A Photo Album Could youswim when you were three? 160 5 Musical Geniuses Mozartcould play the piano at four. 162 4 A Party lt was great! was/ were (aii, neg. , 164 5 Movies Was the movie good? Yes, it was Yes/ M) quest' °”5) 166 6 ATrip to a Fair lt wasn't funny. They were very exciting. 168 7 A FunnyThing Happened She introduced meherfriends Past simple (ati, neg. , 170 8 A Concert She didn't have time to eat anything. Yes/ N” questwns) 172 9 Entertainment Did you like it? Yes, l did. 174 GAME Back to the Past . ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .. 176 10 The Surrealists Afterthat, Dali returned to Catalonia Question words 178 l 1 Music and Singers When did she make herdebut? sequer" Ce' 5 1 80 1 3 A National Icon Santo starred in dozens of movies. 1 82 15 A Cherokee Legend long ago, there lived a widow. Linking devices for 184 14 The Legend Continues The owl was happy, but lonely. :mig “g a” d 1 86 1 5 The Call of the Owl Afterthat, the owl returned to the forest. 188 REVIEW Unit5 . ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ,, 190 PROJECT A Famous People's Convention . ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .. 192 PORTFOLIO . ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .. . . 1 92 PAIRWORK A . ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .. 1 93 PAIRWORK B . ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .. 1 96 WORD BANK . ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .. 1 99 GRAMMAR . ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .. 205 AUDIOSGRIPT . ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... . . . 214 BIBLIOGRAPHY . ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .. 224 o
  15. 15. To enable you to describe people and animals by making reference to their physical appearance, abilities, habits, and routines Prracrtãatúxã-'r o Giving and obtaining factual information ofa personal and non-personal kind 1.1 Expressing ability in the present 1.2 Describing people and animals
  16. 16. . . . 'ar-i'. '_“__. _ . 'Êssml 1 A New Student rí- HIGH SCHOOL o Experience it! a. llñth your teacher, look at the pictures and discuss the questions. 1 . Where are these people? A 2. What day do you think it is? H¡_You're a new b. Read and complete the dialog ue with Student' "g ht? questions from the box. How old are you, Sue? Whats your name? What are your names? Where are you from? . Listen tothedialogueand AMD"" Golopage check yOLIl' answers. a H . Write T (true) or F (false) next to the sentences. 1. Sue isa new student. 2. Sue is fou rteen years old. _ 3. Mark is Sue's brother. à 4. Tracy and Markarethirteen years old. I'm Tracy. And he is Mark. He's my brother. 5. Tracy is from New York. à 6 Think about it! a. Complete the table with pronouns from the dialogue. um* Goto page 305 b. Work in pairs. Write the names ofthe people the pronouns in bold refer to. 1. "l" refers to 2. "He" refers to 3. 'We' refers to 4. ”You” refers to Unit 1 Lessonl o a: : ea
  17. 17. _. .. 1:; rm q I'm from New York Gty. We are thirteen too. So you are in our class. , g (n ~'› . Write the names of four people you ' Tm? ii: : out! . Complete the sentences with words from th e box. she you they he i. Are Tracy and Marktwins? Yes, lheg are. 2. Who is Sue? is a new student. 3. How old is Mark? is thirteen years old. 4. How old are ? l am fourteen years old. S. Are students? Yes, they are. Work in pairs. Practice the questions and answers. i1 . e i2! v know that you want to invite to a school presentation. . Work in pairs. Exchange lists. Ask and answer questions about the people on ea ch other's lists. Student A: Whoisrâlfmdo? Student B: He's my Uncle. Unit. 1 Lessonl
  18. 18. o Experience it! b. With your teacher, look at the notice and answer the questions. l. What do you think it is for? 2. Where can you sign up? o. ” m. .. sing? play tha piana? lance? play the turns? play gritar? organiza? Read the notice and label the instruments with the words in the box. piano drums guitar . Listen to the dialogue and complete the sen tences with the names in the box. Steve Nlatt Mark Sue Gary l. p_ can play the guitar. 2. TT can play the drums. 3. í and _ _ can't play a musical instrument. 4. í: can dan ce. 5. í_ and _ _ can't sing. . Listen to Helen and Tracy talking, and put a check next to their abilities. of can and can't. Unit l Lesson2 Go to ¡nge Go to page l *La* 4.1., Jl_j. j l VL, ;, .,-j_r, , l llu: .. 'a , .›. : . Helen can lay. .. _l_- . Work in pairs. Talk about Tracy and Helen. Practice your pron un ciation @na
  19. 19. ,r-v. 'Õ K Tkíâüufr. its! f* b. Viv- Work in pairs. Und erline the correct option s. l . We use can to express. .. : à: a) ability. b) inability. co-Ãfme 2. We use can't to express. .. a) ability. b) inability. 3. With singular or plural subjects the form of can and can't. .. a) changes. b) doesn't change. . Compare your answers with the class. Ask your teacher to clarify any doubts. Try' 022121-1! . Write sentences about what the characters can or can't do. l. Sue con plug lhe piano . 2. Mark 3. Steve 4. Matt 5. Gary Check your pronunciation. 7; ? E72 Complete the registration form for the school show. llame: _ _ . Work in groups. Organize an act for the Gude: school show. o Talk about what you can and can't do. o Decide on an act. Sing: . Write a summary ofyour group's act for Hlp hop D the program. lnclude what each member R°tk El can do. Opera D Choir D Other . Look at Track 3 and underline the words can and can't in the dialogue. . Work in pairs. Read your sen tences aloud and check your answers. Registration Form Hhilities aml talents: class: Dance: Flamenco D Hip hop D Bullet D Latin D 0tl1er_ Utility l Play: Piano D Drums D Guitar D Saxophone D 0tl1er Lesson 2
  20. 20. oExperience it! a. Work in pairs. Look at the text and answer the questions. l. What type of text is this? 2. Who is it from? 3. Who is it to? f_ r 'To E. HW l í 7 7 r l l» "Send J n Dear e-pal. My name ¡S Susan mma¡ bug everyone calls me Sue. I am ¡ Speak English of course. 3nd l C3” SPB* Fmhch' (M7 mother ls from at Franklin Junior High SchooLI am new at this school. 4 _| can play the piano and | can i3 years old. I am American. I am a - A . like At schooLwe are PrePõrlnã 3 musmal Show l dance. but I can't sing. I have lots of questions for YOU! Where 4° YOU "Val What ls the name of your t Can you play a musical Do you like your school? Can YOU SP9** anmhel Please write and tell me all about YOU- WVSND. " , Yours truly. Sue Miller ; T j. b. Read and complete the e-mail with words from the box. student music' English school France instrument language à) c. Listen and read Sue's interview with the school newspaper. ¡ , _ 5 Circle the word can when it rhymeswith the word man. / Interviewer: Can you play a musical instrument? Sue: Yes, l can. l can play the piano and l can dance. l Interviewer: Can you sing? Sue: No, l can't. Interviewer: Can you speakanother language? Su e: Yes, l can. l can speak French. l Work in pairs. Read the interview and practice the different pronunciations of can. l ocdisitmtzsül' Unit 1 Lesson3
  21. 21. r~_ à 95m' te. Work in pairs. Study the questions and answers in (S. e? ) . Complete the dialog ue about Sue. b. . Work in pairs. Answer the questions. 13113553:: 221139311 v) . Eni the e-mail and in Sue's interview. ? Cb l. How does the word order change in questions? 2. How do you form the short answers? É - . s g Compare your answers with the class. Ask your teacher to clarify any doubts. Tm* i? ouçêçi l é Tracy: CGH Mark: Tracy: Can she speak another language? Mark: Yes, she Sue play the saxophone? 'ig , she can't. . She can speak French. Tracy: Sue speak Spanish? Mark: No, she Tracy: she play the piano? Mark: , she can. Work in pairs. Practice the dialogue and check each other's pronu nciation of can. Read Sue's e-mail again. Write an e-mail to a new e-pal. o Write about your school, your interests, 'f your abilities, etc. i ' _ í . Ask you e-pal about his or her school, t 4 l ' 1175;_ interests, and abilities. o Exchange e-mails with a classmate. Correct your classmate's work and make suggestions for how to improve it. . Write a ñ nal version of your e-mail to keep in your portfolio. Uni? l m Lesson 3
  22. 22. o Experience it! a' w°rk i" Palrs- Look at the text and answer the questions. l. What type of text is it? 2. Who is it to? 3. Who is it from? Dear' Grandma, Í am back in school' again. This _year asicetbai! team. A mixed / am on ab and team. That means there ai-e gir/ .r boy: on the team. i' em : ending _you a photo of the team. We are cai/ ed the Frank/ in F/ iers. (Cool name, huh? ) / n the middile, hoiding the bah', i: Mark. He's number 22. He's medium height and medium buiÍd. On hi: right i. : Gai-y. He's number 76. He's foi¡ and quite thin. r* .9. He's eÍso fa”, buf he's Mai-Í: i: fue. fhe is i' and medium buiÍd. . Wave is numóe quite heavy. Next to number- 8. fheír : her And thai": me standing next to . Tue. / em number i7. We have our- firsf geme next week. / hope we win. Write back soon. love, Helen b. Lookatthepicture. R dH l ' . stud entyshirtsi ea e en s letter and write the numbers on the c. Read the letter again Match t - he questions to the answers l. What does Gary look like) ' e He's medium height and d' - 2_ What do S d He _ , me ium build. 3 What doesumnkl Ilen looklike? __ Hes tall and thin. - r ' 7 , oo like. _ Hes tall and heavy_ 4. What does Steve looklike? They are sh t d ã or an medium build. d' w°rk l" Pairs. Check your answers Unit l Lesson 4 Qwú ___ E** YKSLI: vir É
  23. 23. Íãiry i: está: : 12. Complete the answers to the questions. 1. What doTracy and Marklook like? They and 2. What does Helen look like? She and 3. What do you look like? l b. Work in pairs. Describe and identify different people. Student A: Turn to page l 93. g Student B: Turn to page 196. *Água* Ursa ii! Look again at the letter on page 20 and circle the date, the greeting, and the farewell. b. Write a letter to a family member about the classmates sitting around you. . In clude the date, a greeting, and a farewell. o ln clude a description of the students sitting in front of you, next to you, and rn. ; . xíç @QT-aki tãtheattê; íàl behind you. Look at the letter again, and underline the c. Work in pairs. Exchange letters. Check your Words that describe People- partners work and make suggestions for how to improve it. b. Complete the table with words and phrases you use to describe people. ti. Write a final version of your letter to keep , in your portfolio. llliákgijiír N zãt= iiçgâilt c. Work in pairs. Compare your answers. Ask your teacher to clarify any doubts. Unit. 1 Lesson4
  24. 24. b. Listen to the dialogue and complete the ° information for each sports star with a word from the box. @É brown green black emma# Gotopzxgt s? li . cega-Lan Mystery Stars ííg! E ' 54 ^» 1;' ' l' d I "ía _ _ , .. _ “"~ , _ A. . › f”, t_ ¡ z; . With your teacher, look at the picture and '" 3,; _3 Ca- '*” ¡. - answer the questions. 'É «. ~ ; c no ? ru/ q __ _ " , * L4, l. Where are the people? _ j' Rex? 2. What type of program is it? ' r Íl ? JA : À 3. Do you watch this type of program in your country? ma' . í)4'1 »__ __ ___ “à, '› p* ' . .í É . ,r l --›~; , . - , i m ~ “ E235. f' "p-"e Name: Roger Federer Sport: tennis tãationalitg: Swiss Hair: short, Eyes: brown c. Work in pairs. Complete the sen tences with the correct names. l. Mario has long, blond hair. N' 2. has short, brown hair. 3. has long, black hair. 4. and have long hair. 5. and have brown eyes. Unit 1 Lesson 5
  25. 25. JPY c' a: 44 Work in pairs. Look at Track 6 and underline the adjectives that _, describe size and color. Golopage 314 Complete the chart with the adjectives. “f $117!? 'n 9 art-W” Goto page A303 short brown . Work in pairs. Discuss the question. l. Which comes first in sentences, color or size? . Compare your answers with the class. Ask your teacher to clarify any doubts. e 'mg à": Gui! : Combine the senten ces. Put the adjectives in the correct order. l. lan has short hair. He has brown hair. 2. Sandra has black hair. She has long hair. 3. Erica has big eyes. She has green eyes. 4. My sisters have long hair. They have black hair. . Your e-pal is coming to visit you. Write him or her an e-mail describing yourself and a friend so he or she can recognize you at the airport. . Work in pairs. Exchange e-mails. Check your partners work and ma ke suggestions for how to improve it. . Write a final version of your e-mail to keep in your portfolio. Usui; 1 Lesson 5 'M' i
  26. 26. Sports Stars . llVth your teacher, look at the photographs and the text, and answer the questions. l . Where is this text from? 2. What do you think the letters are about? -u s' 'af-ns 1 rá) Wriiâ to Super É; ;-c. -it; i about gem* Favorite sport star l *iii Í , X lpüd x ri: l/ _z ' ' 7 ' p ) ' L/ at» '. _ , z , Â'l l % , na l : y | , " i l m: ISIS (Ã. eisa. amous ISIS orena C 0a, . elS _ x ' Th"l<alH'f Th"L Oh 3h' " *ra . soccer player His full name is my favorite sports sta: : She is a l_ X - f X / j Ricardo lzecson dos Santos Mexican golfer and she is agreat _ l , a - . ' j x k' Leite. He plays in Italy but he is player Sheis from Guadalajara l , a4 y , ' , ._ X / not Italian. He is Brazilian. He is Mexico. She istall (1.68 m) and r_ _ e g i, - i) tall (I . se m) and 3) . She has straight, y ' y , l “ quite thin. He has 2) . 4) hair! think she is _ Í brown hair He is areally good pretty_ player and l think he's really good looking! Juan Sanchez Age IB LindaWilson Age |5 httpzffwwwkakazizplayerscom http: lfgolf. abouLcomfod/ gollerswomen/ pf (Focessed 22/02/08) loiena_ochoa. htrn &Accessed 22/02/08) iii. Complete the texts with words from the box. brown hair short build tall thin c. Listen to the conversation and underline the adjectives you hear. &ÊÍÍRSQ 7 l. Linda thinks that Kaká is. .. a) good looking. b) unattractive. c) ugly. 2. Sarah thinks that Wayne Rooney is. .. a) unattractive. b) handsome. c) ugly. 3. Juan thinks that Lorena Ochoa is. .. a) pretty. b) good looking. c) handsome. _ i Lizzii:1 Lessonõ
  27. 27. My favorite soccer player is Wayne Rooney (full nameWayne Mark Rooney). He is English. He is from Liverpool. He is not very tall (I .78 m) and he is medium 5) . He has short. red-brown 6) . He is very strong. but he is not very handsome. ln fact. l think he is quite ugly! But he is a great player! Sarah Parker Age l 4 http: f/ wrw. wraynerooneyonlinecomf index. php (Acoessed 2902/08) b. . e , , w . a . Work in pairs. Read the pair of sentences from the text and answer the questions. He is tall and quite thin. l think he's really good-looking. l . Which sentence is an opinion? 2. Which senten ces is afact? . Work in pairs. Decide ifthe words have a positive or negative meaning and mark each word. positive = t¡ pretty unattractive good looking ü cutelj beautiful lj attractiveEl handsomeEl ugly El negative = X . Use your dictionary to check your answers. Ask your teacher to clarify any doubts. *Erg* à; oral! -, . Write two senten ces (one fact, one opinion) about each sports star. Kaka ls Brazilian. (fact) He's really good looking. (opinion) Write two senten ces (one fa ct, one opinion) about another sports star. . Work in pairs. Compare each other's sentences. UI; '7-2. Write a letter to Super Sports about your favorite sports stars. . Work in pairs. Exchange letters. Check your partner's work and make suggestions for how to improve it. Write a final version of your letter to keep in your portfolio. Unit. 1 Lessonõ
  28. 28. * , 'M' Unit 1 *E Heroes and Villains ~ n w 5313;: : : tal a . With your teacher, look at the pictures and discuss the questions. l. Where can you see this type of text? 2. Do you know these characters? 3. What do you know about them? b. Listen to the dialogue and match the names "l to the correct characters. l. Little John 4. FriarTuck 2. Robin Hood 5. Sheriff of Nottingham 3. Alan-a-Dale 6. Maid Marian f) . Read the Cast ofCharacfers and circle the cognates. d. Write the opposite of these adjectives. l. old - _ 2. handsome - 3. honest - _ 4. kind - _ Work in pairs. Match the adjectives to their def¡ nition s. l. kind 2. brave Todi. hu morous _adj nice, helpful 3. funny _aqi valiant : OJ íifizejíazlê; iu . Look at the Cast of Characters again, and underline the Verbs. Complete the table. _ g @i9 I . you he/ she/ 'it we they c. Work in pairs. Compare your answers. Ask your teacher to clarify any doubts. Lesson 7 rr-Q f › : É É x/ *xd Íicivergu The Priest He is bald and fat. He is funny and kind. The Heroine She is young and p She is intelligent and compassionate. RS › A i ísíiobin líiirtooci e f (ea: ÂÂKasi oi ! Zbarac W He is tall and handsome. _ He is brave and generous. O 1') § lets ck retty.
  29. 29. - › 'tr at. .. Unscramble and write the questions about É the characters. E Q i. FriarTuck/ is/ funny o Q 7 [fl 2. Maid Marian l like¡ is / what . , . 3 l 7 Robm s Best Fnend “fil , 3. is/ honest i the Sheriff of Nottingham He is big and strong. fg¡ 7 He is loyal and honest. _ , 5 ° < x 4. LittleJohn 1 is/ what z like ? 5. Robin Hood f generous l is 6. FriarTuck¡ is/ cruel .7 b. Work in pairs. Ask and answer the questions. Work in pairs. Make a Cast of Characters for a The Villaín story you know. He is old and ugly. He is dishonest and cruel. o Complete character charts for each character in the story. -'*'l'nz. :__ar›: ¡riirr: )_r 'diríaavi Name of book Character Appearance Personality o Writea description of each character. o Draw a picture of each character. o Present your Cast of Characters to the class. The Mmstfel y l › o Keep your Cast ofCharactersin your He is short and thin. L portfolio. He is friendly and helpful. Uziit. 1 Lesson7
  30. 30. 'Jean Robin Hood 17:! ' . With your teacher, look at the picture and n. .r. k n. . Read the dialogue again answer the questions. l. Who are the people in the picture? 2. What do you th¡ nk they are talking about? . Complete the dialoguewith words from the box. long romantic brave medium build Tracy: Mom! We are in a play of Robin Hood at school. Iam Maid Marion. Mother: Maid Marion! How exciting! And what is she like? Tracy: Well, she's l) , but she's also gentle. Mother: I see. And what does she look like? Tracy: Well, she's medium height and she has 2) , brown hair. Mother: Just like you, in fact! Tracy: Yes. I'm a natural! Mother: And you, Mark, who is your character in the play? Mark: Iam Alana-Dale. He'sa minstrel. That means "singer. " Mother: Thank you, Mark. l know what a minstrel is. And what does he look like? Mark: He looks like me, 3) , handsome. .. Mother: l see. And what is he like, this minstrel? Mark: He's creative and 4) He's a very attractive guy, in fact. Tracy: So, he's not like you at all! . Listen and check your answers. É Gompage a 15 and complete the table about Maid Marion and Alan-a-Dale. Uau-t 1 Lesson8 i ! iysrrr-#sntãratnfi Maid Marion AIan-a-Dale ÃEÊi§IQQFÍBÍÊHÉlHÊ1 g l l iPragàí'
  31. 31. - 'AW Look at the questions in bold in the (g3 9 dialogue and answer these questions. . Work in pairs. Compare your answers. . Match the questions to the answers. a Work in pairs. Ask and answer the questions. hrs¡ l. Which question asks about personality? 2. Which question asks about appearance? Ask your teacher to clarify any doubts. 1. What does she looklike? 2. What is he like? 3. What do you looklike? 4. What does he looklike? 5. What are you like? õ. What is she like? _ I'm friendly but a bit lazy. _ He has short, brown hair. She's very quiet an d serious. à She's short and quite heavy. Iam medium height and very thin. He's very responsible. Lx¡ »u em . Make notes about a character from a movie you like. o ln clude adjectives to describe appearance. o ln clude adjectives to describe personality. Work in pairs. Ask and answer questions about each other's movie characters. / l . o Do not mention the movie character's name. L ' , 3 'a i i o Guess your partners movie character. _i 'l ' What is he/ she like? l. _ _, i a What does he/ she look like? i' _. I . i Lesson8
  32. 32. i_ Llt *x í Local Heroes a . Work in pairs. Look at the text quickly and underline the correct answers to the questions. l. What type of text is it? a) A magazine article. c) A project. 2. What is the text about? b) A web page. a) Local people. b) Famous people. 4 ›¡ - @g lnz1›v~. w ll) Cñl HBTDBS Write and tell us about heroes in your comunity. My local hero is a Eireñghter called Jake Walsh. He's big and strong. He's brave and responsible. He sometimes visits schools and talks to children about fire prevention and safety. The kids like him because he's very friendly. He's a great guy! -George Chicago I nominate lVlrs. Collins as my local hero. She lives in my neighborhood. She's not a veterinarian, but she knows how to cure sick animals. People always take sick animals to her house. She' s avery gentle and helpful person and I admire her a lot. -Daniela, Illinois I really admire my neighbor Julie Evans. She's a nurse at the County Hospital. She is hard-working, dedicated, and very kind. Every day after work, she visits her grandparents. They are very old. She never misses a day. To me, she is a hero. -J eremy, New York My neighbor MJ'. Palmer is my hero. He's not a Eireñghter or a soldier or anything like that. He's a teacher. He's very dedicated and professional. And he is also very generous. He often donates his time to give extra classes to children [rom poor communities. -KacheL Los Angeles b. Read the texts and label the pictures with the corresponding names. Read theweb page again and answer the questions. l . What does Jake Walsh looklike? 2. What is Mrs. Collins like? 3. Does Jeremy live near Julie Evans? 4. What is Mr. Palmer like? Unit 1 Lesson 9
  33. 33. Thísria: 2133911 às! “a, Work in pairs. Look at the adverb of frequency 'gjgg in bold in the text. Underline the other adverbs of frequency in the text. “afff” b. Write the adverbs in order of frequency. neve l" l' ' c. Work in pairs. Answer the question s. 1. Do adverbs describe the verb or the noun in a senten ce? _ › _ . .ug 2. Do they come before or afterthe verb? ía. t" i i à. . Compare your answers with the class. Ask your teacher to _y p' “ clarify any doubts. l ' l l / É¡ hm i3: 011.55! . lux/ vi “o “ '- " 'l a. Write sentences about you using the words in parentheses ', 1 i and the adverbs of frequency. "p. 1. (helpful l unhelpful) I om helpFuLI olwogs help ol home. 2. (responsible / irresponsible) 3. (kind / cruel) 4. (friendly l unfrien dly) b. Work in pairs. Ask your partner about his or her personality. . rg. iqí-; l 1*. Write a short article for a magazine nominating a local hero. o Describe his or her appearance. . Describe his or her personality. o Give examples of what he or she does. o Say why he or she is your hero. b. Work in pairs. Exchange articles. Correct your classmate's work and make suggestions for how to improve it. c. Write a final version to keep in your portfolio. Ufstit 1 Lesson9
  34. 34. :V Don't Stop Now! P! õyçfSi Two players or teams. Object: To get to the Finish square first. You need: One die and two counters. Rules; ~ Place your counters on the Starr square. - Roll the die and move the counter the corresponding number of squares. o Answer the question or make the question for the answer in the square you land on. o If correct, stay on the square. If not, go back to your previous square. o If you land on a penalty square, follow the instructions. -The first player or team to get to the Finish square wins the game.
  35. 35. @dever look lke? . d' N. . _ . ' ' 'é-. ___ à Who con wlietb in you' class? LK
  36. 36. .annw'! ..- "gm-gí. . u. - 'Íêlàsson 10 Pets o Experience it! a. Look at the pictures and answer the questions. l. Where is Mark? 2. What do you think he is talking about? 3. What animals can you see? ' b. Listen to the people describing '0 their pets, and label the animals with words from the box. Go to page 199 hamster cat snake rabbit parrot dog c. Listen again and complete the sentences with the names ' of the pets. goma, 315 Harry Max Pirate Suki Rex Sam l . is fat and lazy. 2. is friendly and affectionate. 3. is beautiful, but it is very loud. 4. is cute, but it is not energetic. 5. is gentle and quiet. 6. is fat, but it is very energetic. @Think about it! _ a. Read Track10on page215 and É underline and and but. Gotan# @D7 b. Work in pairs. Answer the questions. l. What word do we use to add more information? 2. What word do we use to contrast information? c. Compare your answers with the class. Ask your teacher to clarify any dou bts. t” . , v. . -r ateu . , la? Unit 1 Lesson 10 i'm"'“”'l"il”àii
  37. 37. 7355,' szê/ sjãlsl m Complete the sentences with words from the box. and but l. What's your cat like? He's fat ___ lazy. 2. What's your snake like? She's very friendly _à affectionate. 3. What's your parrot like? He's beautiful, _à he's very loud. 4. What's your rabbit like? She's cute, __ not very energetic. 5. What's your dog like? He's very gentle í_ quiet. 6. What's your hamster like? He's fat __ energetic. : Í:- : f: ÊÍíÊ 2:. Make an oral presentation to the class about your pet or the pet of someone you know. o Make notes about your pet 's appearance and personality. o Writea short oral presentation about your pet. lnclude an introduction, your description, and a conclusion. . Draw a picture of your pet. o Present your pet to your class. o Keep your presentation in your portfolio. UILÍÊ» 1 Lesson i0 «tr
  38. 38. .. M v4 Koi a . With your teacher, look at the magazine _ article and discuss the questions. n¡ &m; . . e á riu Oi ea e l. What IS the magazine about? 2. Do you know the names of these animals? 3. What do you know about them? The world is full of animals. Here are descriptions of some of them . .. b. Read the article and answer the questions. l. What do giraffes eat? Girañes are very tall. They have long necks l and thin IegsThey live in Añ^ica and they eat leaves from the tops of trees. 2. Where do pandas live? 3. What dotigers and beats have in common? 4. What does an anaconda have on its back? 5. What colorare zebras? The panda is a large bear lt is white and it has black patches on the head and across the shoulders, It lives in China and it eats bamboo plants. "w a . e . 'Entrei-z zaisorxgá' ic! Look at the texts and underline the verbs. .É ' 9 ta. Complete the tablewith the “an” correct forms of the verbs. com_ ea* : semana *trama . Yani Iplilttãísla- Earílnñiilttà _lêiilrgitihhr- "Ííàliltunvaix "Html-aid ' « s' . .ti entre_ o The anaconda is a very long snake. It has small eyes and it has spots on its back. It lives in South America and it eats meat. c. Work in pairs. Look at the table and answer the questions. l. Which verbs are regular and which verbs are irregular. 2. Which letter do we add to the third person v v muco; Winamp¡ singular form of regular verbs? __ Uraí? , 1 Lesson il
  39. 39. f* Try it out! a. Complete the sentences with the correct verbs. l. The giraffe i5 very tall. 2. The tiger in Asia. _ 3. 'lígers other animals. Grizzly bear: are very _ smngq-hey have 4. A zebra . p white and has thick, brown furThey black Smpes' live in Norm America. 5. The giraffe leaves. md the? 6. Pandas black patches on eat meat and fish. the¡ eyes_ 7. Grizzly bears in North America. 8. Anacondas very long. Use it! a. Read the notes and write another article for World of Wildlife about the animals. wflepharw* ã › large, heavy -. vearce+~ Zebras are beautiful animals. They are white and they ruave _ bl ack stripesThey *E live in Africa and they eat grass. 'MFQÔ @V5 _Hwk_ -plaH-ls _4mr+ *- *Aêrsoa _Jah j_ 'a i Ómlla _very s+ra1g É_ »black or brown ? ur _. . ¡mui! «pmms and «Isac/ M Gota page »ACIM/ a 199 b. Add two more animal descriptions. c. Work in pairs. Exchange articles. Check your classmate's work and make su ggestions for how to improve it. The tiger is a verjy strong animal. lt ha: black stripes and large teeth It lives in Asia and it eat: meat. d. Write a final version ofyour article and display it in the classroom. Then keep it in wow: o: MLoLIrE íí' . your portfolio. Unit 1 Lesson 11
  40. 40. ' i3; _Jlon Íi. Animal Quiz N_ ííg! s: . With your teacher, look at the photo and answer the questions. 1. What animal is in the picture? 2. What do you know about it? Y s o › u* ' l ? Únd Of Wildlife *runk A b F entre: .Éie1sn§. t«. iii* Mark J the sentences res or No. à 1. Do elephantseat meat? I . ' Can an elephant live for 120 years? w_ . . Does an elephants tusks continue to grow? :g Are elephants g ood swimmers? Does an elephant have four knees? Does an elephant sleep standing up? Can elephants jump? WNQS-“riàl-NN Do elephants use their trunks to drink? httpgálvm/ M lunshim. corn/ amazing-factsfeiepitant-animal-lacts. html (Axocessed 22/02/08) httpz/ /mrvm/ ir. wwtorçyuk/ gowild/ amazinganimaIs/ eiephantasp (ákccessed 2202/09) b. Complete the Quid( EfephantQuiz. . Listen to an interview of an elephant keeper and check your answers. *'75 rw. . z . . . t. JL LALEÍÍ-í me Read Track 11 on page 215 and underline the answers to the questions. ¡ ¡ Gtnnpagn b. Match the questions to the short answers. m. l. Can elephantsjump? __Yes, it can. 2. Do elephants eat meat? __ No, they can't. % § 3. Are elephants good swimmers? __Yes, it does. “mas 4. Does an elephant use its trunk to drink? __ No, they dont. 5. Can an elephant live for 70 years? __ Yes, t hey are. s. Work in pairs. Answer the question. 1. How do you know what verb or auxiliary to use in short answers? Unit 1 Lesson i2
  41. 41. Trgi ij? estás! Complete the questions and the answers. 1. DO tigers eat vegetables? #WW u T_ WT) No, they . " ' 2. g tigers swim? l Yes, they _ 3. tigers live in Africa? No, they 4. a tiger have stripes? Yes, it 5. a tiger eat fruit? No, it 6. tigers oarnivores? Yes, they b. Work in pairs. Read your questions and answers. Check your pronun ciati on. ~ 1;. Une ÊJÍL! Write a quick quiz. Os _ f f' T5142; _ _ "f-f _ : K5: _ k¡ a* d? , o Think of an animal you know well. ' 1 n, . ~ . . bulk à. ~ »ç . o Write five questions about your g9 ' I “ 'k animal. Begin your questions '99 h j with ain, do, does orare. 'i ›. 3 s U t j b. Work in pairs. Quiz your partner. Student A: Ask your Student B your questions and then answer Student B's questions. ,, l t 5h Student B: Answer Student A's questions ¡ ' -' à¡ and then ask Student A your questions. .V s, til¡ L “L t S' / ¡ . .e ~ e H u' ' ír›<"ll. ;;ú , , 5 › a li : se t; “telha “ií; '~**êisíçà Unit. 1 Lesson 12 cv
  42. 42. 0 Experience it! a. Work in pairs. Look at the text and underline the correct answers to the questions. 1. What type of text is it? a) A diary. 2. What is the text about? b) A magazine article. a) A kind of people. b) A country. b. Read the text and match the headings in the box to the paragraphs. I-Iandicrafts Origins Appearance and dothes Language c. Read the text again and answer the questions. 1. Where do the Guarani live today? 2. What do most Guarani look like? 3. Why does the writer think the Guarani are artists? 4. How many languages can most Guarani speak? @Think about it! '- a. Work in pairs. Read the phrases from @tome the text and discuss the questions. m 'i Unit 1 The Guarani are one of the original indigenous peoples of South America. Guarani and Spanish are the two official languages in Paraguay. 1. Which types of words start with a capital letter? 2. Do you capitalize the same words in your language? b. Com pare your answers with the class. Ask your teacher to clarify any doubts. Lesson i3 c) A story. c) Types of animals. The. Guarani art: onc of tht original irldjggrloug pcgplcs of South America. Níncty-ñvf; percent of Paraguayans ar: : a misture of Spanish and Guarani. In some parts of Paraguay and in southern Brazil, them are small groups of indigenous Guarani who still live in a traditional izvay'. Most indigenous Guarani : m: quite short and they have dark hair and brown eyes. Some of them now 'Nôaf Shím and Panis like farrncrs. However, in some remútt amas the Guarani do not anca? CÍOThCS- T1193” “M531” body paint. The women use black paint and the men use black and red paint The Guarani are hard-viorkíng and very artistíc. They can make bastkcts, ceramica white Cotton Cloth, nccklaccs, and Inusical instmtncnts such as Hutcs and dmrns The Guarani speak a language also callcd Guarani. As of 199 2, Guarani and bpanish are the two oficial languages in Parayay Some English wordslílçc tapioca, mimar, and jaguar orignally com: frvam Guarani. SONIC of their words imitatc the xtamral sounds of animals and the jungle. Today, 95h41 Of ih! ? 9301313 in Paraguay can speak (Ívuarani and Spanish. : :minimum
  43. 43. Numb» aum». v( A mw *JJ Hum 'PARAGUAY o da r : ranma Comp tons interactive Encycfopeota. httpzf/ wvmnytcgov/ lotw/ months/ decembeâooõfguarani. html (Accessed 22/02/08) httpzf/ wrw. hrjtannicaLcomfebfanicIe-E-DâwIO/ Guarani (Accessed 22/02/08) . à a( _ Em. : 'k «. ... › C. Try i2; ou à! Rewrite the sentences with the correct capital letters. l . some english words originally come from guarani. Some English words originollg come From Guarani. 2. paraguay is in south america. 3. the official language of mexico is spanish. 4. in paraguay and in southern brazil, there are groups of indigenous guarani. 5. there are maya in mexico, guatemala, belize, and honduras. ta: Write an article about an indigenous group in your country. . Paragraph l : Where they are from and where they live. o Paragraph 2: Their appearance. o Paragraph 3: What they can do and things they can make. o Paragraph 4: Languages they speak. . Exchange articles. Check your classmates work and make suggestions for how to improve it. Write a final version ofyour article and display it in the classroom. Then keep it in your portfolio. Unit. 1 Lesson i3
  44. 44. _ , on fi. Guarani Life Í_ it! a . Work in pairs. Look at the text and the photos and answer the questions. l . Who can you see in the photographs? 2. What are they doing? 3. Where do you think the people are from? kJ r x su. l ; , r: : - . M, «Jana-u . u WT: What is the Guaranfs life like? JM: They have avery simple life. They are principally farmers and they grow food. Some Guarani have chickens and other farm animals They produce what is necessary to Survive. They only buy basic tools for hunting and ñshing WT: Who P JM: The men do the hunting and fishing. The women take care of the home and the children. WT: What P JM: They hunt tapírs, anteaters, andjaguars. They also catch parrots to sell. They sometimes walk great distances on their hunting expeditions. They use bows and arrows to hunt Some Guarani keep dogs, and they use them when they go hunting WT: How E' JM: They use traps made from baskets to catch fish. They travel down the river on bamboo rafts or canoes. WT: Where ? JM: They live in wood or brick houses. In some families, three generations live together in one house. In traditional Guarani society, the family is very important bb Work in pairs. Complete the questions in the magazine interview. . Listen to the original interview and check your answers. Gm m" $315¡ d. Complete the table with words from the text. Unit 1 Lesson 14 _Ênirroiêã _ Tools'. _Frente fcraasiêerfçoiiçn:
  45. 45. .a-r v' g 4 'vw' n, m. b. (2a . Work in pairs. Read the texts and complete b. . Write a magazine interview about one of . Write a final version of your interview v Thief: : aihoaiã» it! Underline the first word in each question in the article. _LG Work in pairs. Match the question words to the type of Ang# information you use them to get. Gozjgsse 1. What _ the way you do something 2. Where _ a person or people _ 3. Who _aplace 4. How _athing ' _ Compare your answers with the class. Ask The Inuits come your teacher to clarify any doubts. üom Alaska, -' q. ; Northern Canada, ' « ' Try; i7' oiii: and Greenland: They often hunt __ fish, sea mammals, and some land . _ mammals: They also use anunal skins to make clothing and to provide heat and llght* Inuits ¡Iavel by 516d in the winter. Chlldrelsh are important members of the family and . are 9 basis for many miar-family relauonshlps' the tables at the back of your books. Student A: Read the text about the Inuits and answer Student B's questions. Then turn to page 193 and ask Student B questions to complete the fact file. Student B: Turn to page 196 and ask Student A questions to complete the fact file. Then read the text about the Yindjibarndi and answer Student A's questions. -. -. › . .m-v- http: lfmecanadranenowlopedla›c°f“'l"dex~m7PQMl-'TTCE &ParamsmMAl-¡TFOOOQOGS [Accessed 2202/05] Ursa iii! the indigenous groups. Exchange interviews with a cla ssm ate. Correct your classmate's work. The Yindjibarndi aborigines come from north-west Australia. They walk long distanoes in the 013511 Country. They hunt and eat kangaroo. They make their own medioines from plants and feeds that They GOHeGt. All members of the family are ílnpoñant for maintaining traditions. and keep it in your portfolio. http í/ ÀMNW. jul manu. pilbara. nat/ med iaoentre, htm| lAocessad 22/02/08) Unit 1 Lesson 14
  46. 46. o Experience it! a. With your teacher, look at the text and the pictures and answer the questions. l. Where do you think the people in the picture are? 2. What do you think Yerba Mate is? 3. What information do you thinkthe text includes? b. Underline the options that best complete the expressions from the text. l. Acuüom is. .. a) something you wear. b) a tradition. 2. Athing that is invigorating. .. a) makes you feel strong. b) makes you feel tired. 3. Side effects are. .. a) additional effects that are good. b) additional effects that are bad. 4. A thing that is toxic is. .. a) good for your body. b) not good for your body. c. Check your answers in your dictionary. d. Read the article again. Write Tltrue) or F (false) next to the sen tences. 1. Drinking yerba mate tea is a recent custom. à 2. Yerba nrate tea contains caffeine. T 3. Some people feel invigorated when they drink yerba mate tea. à 4. People always serve yerba mate tea as a hot drink. _ Unit 1 Lessonl5 In Paraguay and in many other parts of South America, people drink a special type of tea called yerba mate. The custom of drinking yet-ba mate goes back hundreds of years. The leaves for the tea. come from the mate tre e. The scientific name for this plant is ilexparaguarienãllt- The leaves from the mate tree contain caffeine. So, like coffee, yerba. mate tea is an inyigorating drink. Some people say it gives them energy. Othels say that it helps their concentration. It is a, healthy, nutritious drink. It does not produce side effects and it is not toxic. People sen/ e the tea either as a hot drink or as a cold drinleAs a hot drink, it. is simply called mate and as a cold drink it is called rereré. Yerba. mate is more than just a drink. It is part of the culture of South America. . For many people, drinking yerba mate with their friends and family membels is a symbol of their union and their friendshíp. e
  47. 47. -2 e ? Lütâiíeâi : :izr-vriiã; :ísjígl Work in pairs. Read the article again and answer the questions. l. What information is in the introduction? 2. What information is in the body of the text? 3. What information is in the conclusion. ? be Compare your answers with the class. Ask your teacher to clarify any doubts. ? É i3; out! Read the article again and complete the notes about yerba mate tea. Where people drink yerbcx mio: What plant yerbq mto começ ? mini Scientiiic name: The beneiits o? yerbo mate: How people serve yerba mte: x What yerbq mate hepreeents to people: 7%. .; É: ~ n: 1:. . Look for information about a traditional food or drink from . Í your region and make notes. b. Work in pairs. Organize your notes to write an article. Offer suggestions and make corrections. «ai» v; c. Write a first draft ofyour article. _ (í. Check and correct your dra ft and then write out a linal httpz/ /vrvrvmyerbamatetefacom version. Keep it in your portfolio. (Accessed 22102103) Encyclqoaedlà Britannica, C D- RO lvl Hílít l Lesson 15
  48. 48. Complete the online chat between Tracy and her friend. u' L: How are you, Tracy? Hour/ s your school? Ç! T: i'm ine. School is really fun. There's a new girl in class. Her name is Sue and she's l) New York too. Can you believe it? L7 L: What 2) ? Maybe I know her. T: She is short and medium build, (J L: 3) shehave blond hair? g3# T: No, she 4) have blond hair_ She has long, black hair. CJ LIHmmWhatS) 'P f T: She is friendly and funny. And she can play the plano_ (j L: Cool! b. Look at the chart and complete the questions and answers. l l «flagra iii: : ; arame l Feliz' um: .gurias-ir ? Year ils-ue'. ãazirsilrsnra l . Helen play the piano? , she can. 2. Mark oan play , but he play the drums orthe guitar. 3. What in struments Tracy play? She can only play 4. Tracy, Mark, and Helen play the piano but they can't play 5. Sue play the piano, but she can play and the guitar. c. Write Lizzy's characteristics under the correct question. 7ill¡r; .ir. ie : In: .tiger *sistem zíifiãk"“eãirã-lsi~. .i§› tam' r- - ' l 'L Trava** medium build responsible honest blue eyes friendly brown hair 9 1:(
  49. 49. d. . Match the pictures to the descriptions. lt is a very strong animal. lt has thick, brown fur and paws. lt can run fast and it can carry heavy things. lt eats meat, vegetables, and fruit. It can't fly, but it can swim. l 3 (i. ) J ® x V; a "x V. , l Vw / /xl b; j): ;ll lt isa very loud animal. Sometimes, it can speak and sing. lt can fly, but it can't swim. lt hasa long tail and wings. lt eats grains, but it can also eat insects. lives in Africa. e. Complete the text with words from the box. can run spots lives can't swim Fast, fast, fast. .. How fast can you run? This animal 1) run at 105 kilometers per hour or 65 miles per hour. No human being can run that fast. For instance, Olympic runners can only 2) at 30 kilometers per hour or 18 miles . but it 4) This feline has a long. thin body and a very long tail. Its fur is short and yellow with small black 5) . In contrast to other big cats, it can pun but it can't roar. It usually hunts in groups early in the morning and 6) principally in Africa. per hour. It can also 3) climb trees. f. Read the text again and put a check next to the fastest land animal on earth. Ij The tiger E' The cheetah ij The lion 56'? , *gw "ea , Í i l TÊM l , . l; : à lt is a very tall animal. lt has spots on its body, a long neck, and thin legs. It can run fast and reach high tree branches. lt eats leaves. It
  50. 50. In class Step 1: Brainstorm 1 hour Tgexgwork _ 7 - Make a list of English-speaking countries. They/ speak English in india. - Choose a country to investigate. - Brainstorm ideas to createyour country proñle. Think about the following Ca_t__e_q9_| j_e_s: Traditional food; and drinks. Geogrqphy and Wildlife. Culture and customs. Ethnic groups and languages. - Assign a category to eachmember of your team. Out. of class 2 hrs. Step a: Research Onyour own ' Reseârch YQUT Categgy_ y at the local library or on the internet. _ . Make notes on yo ur Category; PÊCJEÍ? @QE ¡UEKW anddeer in Canada, Canada has many takes and ríi/ _ers Bears and moose live in Canada The ("MÊS amífnüny native American ethnic ___groi_x_ps live in Canada. Th_ey speakn_ k for youf portfolio. Select WO? _ à nero are some ¡IPG- lx choose thin95 that' " enjoyed (10109- _ n rk 0h. d like to continue t0 W° ' - you a) . you WOUl . reflect the unit PUVPQSeS' In class Teamwork ' PUT ÍOQÉThGI' your information and write 8 Qfoñle abougyguregountty_ ' mcmde PÍCÍUres, charts, and tables. . Revise your proñle in your group and correct it_ - Write a ñnal version. In 018.88 Step 4: Presentation 50 min. As a. class - Give an oral presentation of your profile to th_e___ç: las§, and_ present your pictures, ch arts, and tables. Canada has many different ethnicgroups_ Tbejngits live. .. ÍIl 018.88 smp S: nxhibit. your work 15 min As a. class - Put together_ all the country profiles in the_ __(_: |a_s_s_ to create a folder of country profiles. - Exhibit yourwork in _the school library. rtfolio: suggest** "mmfoãgãinpo E-mail 03699519 a" page 27) Cast of characterã i d 45) Articles (pages 31, 37, 41. an (page 3 5) Oya! DYESÊÚÍÕÍÍOH Magazine interview (Dage 43) e animaram

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