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TEXTO PARA EL ESTUDIANTE

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Patricio Bracamonte Bustos Teacher of English Universidad de Chile. M.A. in Applied Linguistics, University of Birmingham, U.K.

Ana Manonellas Balladares Teacher of English Universidad de Santiago. Postgraduate Diploma of Education Monash University - Melbourne Australia.

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The English Village: This is a big picture to introduce the place where lots of things will happen The English Village, and the characters that will help you learn English: the English tutors Susan and Tony, and the Chilean students Carolina, Gonzalo, Macarena and Pablo.

Listening lesson with activities to help you understand a spoken text and learn English.

At the beginning of each unit, a big picture will show you the characters, the places and the situations you will find in the unit. You can read the objectives of the unit there and also answer one or two questions to activate your previous knowledge.

Reading lesson with activities to help you understand a written text and learn English.

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Listening lesson

Reading lesson

Activities for fast learners or keener students.

Synthesis: At the end of 2 lessons, this section will help you reflect on what you have done and the abilities you have developed, identifying the activities that contributed in this process. Check your progress: This is a formal test to evaluate how you are doing. Your results will tell you what you need to improve and what you have done well. Glossary: Your personal word list made with picture cut-outs that you have to find and stick next to the corresponding word. Verbs: Important verbs from the lessons are listed here.

LANGUAGE FORM
Analysis and discovery of a key grammatical item.

N FU A simple joke connected with the topic,


supported by a picture.

P R O J
Games to help you practise and share with your friends.

E C T

Collaborative work to help you put into practice the language you have learnt.

Statements to help you reflect on your strengths and weaknesses and measure your learning. Small pictures representing important words that you have to find and stick next to the corresponding word in the glossary.
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INDEX
Unit 1

Unit 1 The school, the classroom . . . 10

Unit 2 At home . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34

Lesson 1. The participants . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Lesson 2. The competition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 Synthesis Lessons 1 and 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 Check your progress Lesson 1 and 2 . . . . . . 20 Glossary Lesson 1 and 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 Lesson 3. Classroom language. . . . . . . . . . . 22 Lesson 4. The village . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26 Synthesis Lessons 3 and 4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30 Check your progress Lesson 3 and 4 . . . . . . 30 Glossary Lesson 3 and 4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31 Fun, fun, fun . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32

Lesson 1. Accomodation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36 Lesson 2. Houses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40 Synthesis Lessons 1 and 2. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44 Check your progress Lesson 1 and 2 . . . . . . 44 Glossary Lesson 1 and 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45 Lesson 3. Families . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46 Lesson 4. Meet my family . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50 Synthesis Lessons 3 and 4. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54 Check your progress Lesson 3 and 4 . . . . . . 54 Glossary Lesson 3 and 4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55 Fun, fun, fun . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56

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Unit 3

Unit 3 Food and Health . . . . . . . . . . 58

Unit 4 Nature . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 83

Lesson 1. The weekly menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60 Lesson 2. Lunch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64 Synthesis Lessons 1 and 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68 Check your progress Lesson 1 and 2 . . . . . . 68 Glossary Lesson 1 and 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 69 Lesson 3. Healthy Food V/S Junk Food . . . . . 70 Lesson 4. At the English Village Kiosk . . . . . . 74 Synthesis Lessons 3 and 4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 78 Check your progress Lesson 3 and 4 . . . . . . 78 Glossary Lesson 3 and 4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 79 Fun, fun, fun . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 81

Lesson 1. Plants and flowers in the area . . . 84 Lesson 2. Starting a herb garden . . . . . . . . 88 Synthesis Lessons 1 and 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . 92 Check your progress Lesson 1 and 2 . . . . . 92 Glossary Lesson 1 and 2. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 93 Lesson 3. British National flowers . . . . . . . . 94 Lesson 4. Our Pets . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 98 Synthesis Lessons 3 and 4 . . . . . . . . . . . . 102 Check your progress Lesson 3 and 4 . . . . 102 Glossary Lesson 3 and 4. . . . . . . . . . . . . 103 Fun, fun, fun. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 104

Cut - outs. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 107 Bibliography . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 111


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gym

swimming pool

football field

picnic area

cafeteria

cabins

recreational facilities

fruit and vegetable garden

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animal farm

THE ENGLISH VILLAGE

Unit 1

THE SCHOOL, THE CLASSROOM


school

playground LETS LEARN


Values To discover English in everyday life. To appreciate the value of English in communication. Language and Vocabulary Personal information. Numbers. Places. Classroom instructions. Listening Comprehension To infer meanings. To make and check predictions. To identify specific information. Reading Comprehension To infer meanings. To identify specific information. To match oral and written language. To make and check predictions. Written Production To use specific vocabulary. To complete sentences. To fill in ID cards.

Oral Production To exchange personal information. To ask and answer about places at school.

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students

5th grade classroom

LETS ACTIVATE OUR PREVIOUS KNOWLEDGE


1. In your group, say and compare English words you use every day. Example: mall. 2. In your group, make a list of words in English that you know. Example: table, father, etc.

school entrance

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THE THE PARTICIPANTS PARTICIPANTS

Lesson 1

Before listening
1 Look at the illustrations and tick the places in the factfile. Countries Capital cities Cities Australia Chile London Canberra Arica Coyhaique Manchester Sydney Maip Nottinghill The USA England Santiago Washington Chilln Iquique New York London Manhattan La Pintana

Suburbs

2 Locate your city, town or suburb relation to the places in the illustrations. 3 Predict the cities of the participants.
Gonzalo: Iquique Chilln Macarena: Santiago Chilln Susan: Manchester London Tony: New York Texas

4 What is this text about? a. Maps b. People at The Village c. Cities

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Listening
5 Listen and check your prediction in exercises 4. 6 Look at the pictures. Listen again and write the order in which the people speak. Susan Tony Gonzalo Macarena

7 Listen once more and complete the identification cards.

NAME:

Gonzalo

NAME: Macarena

SCHOOL:

ington Wash Georg ington e e Wash Georg ll Schoo Schoo

Interna School SCHOOL: Georg etional Wash ington

School
CITY:

CITY: MAIL:

gonso @ themail.com

MAIL: macahe@mymail. com

NAME:

Tony

NAME: Susan

SCHOOL:

George Washington School

SCHOOL:

George Washington School

CITY: MAIL:

CITY:

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tonyw@mailcity.com

MAIL: susanh@mailcity.com

After listening
8 First only listen and then listen and repeat.
Whats Whats your Whats your name? Im Im in fifth Im in fifth grade Hello Hello, Im Gonzalo Im Im from Im from Santiago

Im Im a student Im a student at the Lord Cochrane School

LANGUAGE FORM
1. Notice these sentences from the text. a. Im Tony. Im Susan. Im Gonzalo. b. Im from Iquique. Im from London. Im from Chilln. 2. What information can you find in a. and in b? 3. Find more examples of each type in this lesson.

Im

9 Practise in small groups. Use the different identification cards.


NAME: Pablo Fuentes COUNTRY: Chile GRADE: Fifth grade SCHOOL: Liceo Regional, Coyhaique NAME: Carolina Gonzlez COUNTRY: Chile GRADE: Fifth grade SCHOOL: Lincoln School, Maip, Santiago.

10 Complete and talk to your partner. a. Invent your information and complete Card 1. b. Do this dialogue with your partner and complete card 2 with his / her information.
You: You partner: Whats your name?
______________. Im from ______________. Im in ______________ grade at

the ______________. School in ______________.

NAME: COUNTRY: GRADE:

NAME: COUNTRY: GRADE:

SCHOOL:

SCHOOL:

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11 Match the characters and the places. Which of the countries are cognates?

Batman

c
Leela

Goku

e
Seiya

Stewie

Sanctuary of Athena

Planet Vegeta

Rhode Island

Gothic City

New York

12 Complete this list with English names you know. Compare in your group. Friends names Johnny Cities Cochrane Schools Saint Patrick

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Make your favourite famous persons identification card. Use it to introduce yourself.

Self Evaluation
YES MM
I can introduce myself.
I can say numbers 1 to 14. I can recognize cognates.

NO

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Unit 1

THE THE COMPETITION COMPETITION

Lesson 2

Before reading
1 Look at pages 10 and 11 and read the labels that indicate places in a school. 2 Notice.
COGNATES Words in English that are similar in Spanish. Examples: invitation = invitacin participate= participar vacations = vacaciones visit = visitar

3 Similar to Spanish? ( or X)
___ Cafeteria ___ Classroom ___ Computer lab ___ Directors office ___ Playground ___ School ___ Teachers room ___ Toilet

4 Point to the places in the map and say the names. Use the words in exercise 3. 5 Have a quick look at the text. Find and circle four cognates.

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Reading
Compose Address Mail Compose Mail Inbox Starred Chats Compose Mail Sent Mail Drafts Compose Mail Inbox All Mail Starred Spam Chats Trash Sent Mail Contacts Contacts Drafts Quick All Mail contacts Spam Search, add or invite Compose Mail Trash Contacts
Show all Quick contacts Show all Contacts
Send Save Now Discard
Go Links

From: To: Subject:

Carolina Gonzalez, 5th grade student The English Village


Add Cc Add Bcc

Settings Help Sign out


Show search options Create a Filter

Search Mail
Discard

Search the Web

Send

Competition

Save Now

From: Attach a file To: Add Cc Add Bcc Subject: Hello,


1 2 3

Plain text

Check spelling

I am a student from the Lincoln School in Maip, Santiago (map of school attached). Attach a file I am in 5th grade A and I want to participate in the competition to visit Check the spelling Plain text English Village in Santiago for 3 weeks, to practise English. Thank you Carolina Gonzlez 5th grade A student
1 2 3

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DIRECTOR S OFFICE 1
Show all

SCHOOL ENTRANCE

CAFETERIA

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TEACHER S 11 ROOM

Contacts

COMPUTER LA B 2 C LASSROOM 1 3

Search, add or invite

P L A Y G R O U N D 14

10 7 9

C LASSROOM 6 C LASSROOM 5

Show all

C LASSROOM 2 4 C LASSROOM 3 5
Send Save Now

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BOYS TOILET GIRLS TOILET

C LASSROOM 4 8

Discard
Internet

6 Read the text and check the cognates. 7 Read the text again and then write T (True) or F (False). a. Carolina is a student. b. The competition is in Maip. c. Carolina is in 6th grade. d. The visit is for 3 weeks. 8 Read the text again and complete.
Type of text: __________________________ To: __________________________________ From: __________________________ Purpose: __________________________ ___ ___ ___ ___

a. describe her school. b. present some students. c. participate in the competition.


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Unit 1

9 Carolinas mail is to:

After reading
10 First only listen and then listen and repeat. a. Sounds. b. Numbers
1 one
three tea

c. Places
2 two 4 four 6 six 8 eight 9 ten 12 twelve 14 fourteen

A classroom The girls toilet

3 three 5 five 7 seven

The boys toilet The cafeteria The school entrance

throne

tone

The computer lab Classroom 3 The directors office

9 nine 11 eleven
threw two

The playground The teachers room

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11 Read the numbers and then find the words. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7

Five

four

one

seven 8 9

six 10

three 11

two 12 13 14

eleven

eight

fourteen

nine

ten

thirteen

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LANGUAGE FORM

I am / It is

1. Study these examples. I am (Im ) a student. It is (Its ) a classroom. 2. Find and underline more examples in the e-mail on page 17.

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12 Play Memory Game in groups of four students. a. Student A: Look at the school map for a minute. Memorize the rooms and the numbers. b. Student B, C or E: Say a number between 1 and 14. c. Student A: Say the corresponding place. Number Its the playground. 14?
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DIRECTOR S OFFICE 1 COMPUTER LA B 2 C LASSROOM 1 3
Compose Mail Compose Mail

SCHOOL ENTRANCE

CAFETERIA

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TEACHER S 11 ROOM

P L A Y G R O U N D 14

10 7 9 8

C LASSROOM 6 C LASSROOM 5 C LASSROOM 4

C LASSROOM 2 4 C LASSROOM 3 5

Compose Mail

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BOYS TOILET GIRLS TOILET

Compose Mail

Compose Mail

Compose Mail

Contacts

Contacts

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Contacts

Look at the text again and write a similar e-mail with your personal information.
1 2 3

Plain text

1 2 3

Plain text

Check spelling

Contacts

Contacts

Contacts

Send

Save Now

Discard

Send

Save Now

Discard
Internet

N FU
My problem is that in English I can count only up to 3.

P R O J

My school a. Work in groups of four. b. Draw a map of your school on


a piece of colour cardboard. c. Number and label the places. d. Add illustrations. e. Display it in the classroom. Describe it to your classmates: Example: Number 1 is the school entrance.

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Unit 1

Synthesis
Read this learning synthesis. Write the page and exercise number of the activities you did in lessons 1 and 2: Listening skills Make and check predictions. Find specific information about people. Identify order of information. Reading skills Make and check predictions. Discriminate between true and false information. Find specific information in a text. Identify purpose of a tex. Writing skills Write words in English that we use in Chile. Complete cards, dialogues and sentences. Oral production Role-play a dialogue giving personal information. Play a game. Describe your school map. Language and vocabulary Match words and pictures. Match pictures. Roleplay conversations. Identify cognates. Appreciation of these values Notice the presence of English in Chile. Discover the importance of English as a means of communication.
Exercise Page

CHECK YOUR PROGRESS


Lessons 1 & 2

Reading
1 Read the letter and complete Dakotas identification card. (2 point)

Hi, children at the English Village. I am Dakota Fanning, Im from Conyers, USA. I am an actress and one of my main characters was as Lucy Diamond in the film I am Sam. I hope to see you soon. Take care Yours Kota xxx.

NAME:

CITY: COUNTRY: FILM:

Oral Practice
2 Complete and Role play a conversation with Dakota. (3 point)
You: Im ________________________.

Dakota: Im ________________________. You: Im form ___________________. Dakota: Im form Conyers in Georgia, USA. You: Im student. Dakota: Im an actress.

Great

Not too bad

Help!

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Glossary
Language
3 Order the words to form sentences.(2 points) a. from
grade English
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Spanish curso

is

Maca Chilln
playground
PASTE PICTURE HERE

__________________________________

patio

b.

am 5th

in

grade

__________________________________

4 Write the names of 4 rooms at school.


(2 points)

small

PASTE PICTURE HERE

pequeo/a

a. __________________________________ b. __________________________________ c. __________________________________ d. __________________________________


country
PASTE PICTURE HERE

city

PASTE PICTURE HERE

ciudad

Listening
5 Listen to a conversation between two participants in the English Village and complete the chart. (6 points) Name City Country Grade School Classroom
Check with your teacher and find your score:

pas

week

PASTE PICTURE HERE

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Verbs
Infinitive can introduce want Spanish poder presentarse

0 - 4: 5 - 8: 9 - 12: 13 - 15:

Oh! Oh! Oh! Fair Good Excellent

TOTAL:

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Unit 1

querer / desear

CLASSROOM CLASSROOM LANGUAGE LANGUAGE


a b

Lesson 3

Before listening
1 Work in your group. Can you find these objects in the picture and in your classroom? board book desk door page

2 Match using the colour code. c Close Open Read Sit down Stand up Abra Cierre Lea Prese Sintese

3 Look at the pictures with your partner. Find and point at these classroom instructions. d e
Come to the board Listen Silence Open your books Sit down Stand up
____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____

4 In your group, collect instructions you normally receive at school and at home. Share and compare with the class.

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5 The Director of The English Village is teaching the children some important instructions. Match the photos and the actions. a. b. c. d. e. f. g. h. i. j.
Close your books Come to the board Can I come in? Listen Open your books on page 10 Read the instructions Silence, please Sit down Stand up Close the door

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Listening
6 Listen and check your predictions in exercise 5. 7 Listen and point at the actions in pictures 1 to 10. 8 Listen and mime the actions. Unit 1
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After listening LANGUAGE FORM


Imperatives

1. Look at these sentences from the text. Close your books. Open the door. Sit down. 2. How can we make these orders more polite? (Find the magic word). 3. Find and copy two more examples from this lesson.

9 Match the pictures and the instructions.Listen and check and then listen and repeat. a. Close the window, please. b. Go back to your desk. c. Listen to the music. d. Stop the noise, please.

2 3 4

10 Listen and put this dialogue in order.


____ Teacher: ____ Teacher: ____ Teacher: ____ Teacher: ____ Teacher:

Do exercise 10, please. Good bye, children. Thats all. Close your books. Good morning, children. Sit down, please.

____ Students: Good bye, Miss Taylor. ____ Students: Good morning, Miss

Taylor.
____ Students: Thank you, Miss Taylor. ____ Students: Yes, Miss Taylor.

11 Listen and repeat the dialogue. Then roleplay it in your group.1 12 Complete the instructions according to the pictures. a. ___________________, please, Mario. b. Thats all. ___________________ your books. c. ___________________ to the board, please Mary. d. ___________________ and open your books.

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13 Work with your partner.


Student A: Give 3 instructions Student B: Obey Student B: Give 3 instructions Student A: Obey

14 Play the instructions game in groups. a. One student is the teacher. b. The teacher gives an instruction. c. If he/she says please, students obey. If teacher does not say please, students do not obey.
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Match the instructions with one of the pictures.

a. Close the door b. Come to the board c. Listen to music d. Make your bed

____ ____ ____ ____

e. Open your book f. Read the lesson g. Silence h. Watch TV

____ ____ ____ ____

Self Evaluation
YES MM
I can follow instructions.

NO

I can make and check predictions.


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Unit 1

I can understand cognates.

THE THE VILLAGE VILLAGE

Lesson 4

Before reading
1 Look at the illustration on the left and find 4 students and 2 tutors you know. 2 Find the words in the box in the picture. a cafeteria accommodation a fruit and vegetable garden a pool a football field 3 Work with your partner. Cross out (XX) the words which are not facilities. (Facilities: buildings and services). a. b. c. d. e. f.
a cafeteria a pool a computer a football field an animal a gym

4 There are 12 cognates in the text. How many can you find and underline in 30 seconds? 5 Look at the brochure and predict. The reading text is: a. a description b. an invitation c. a story

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Reading

The English Village

Students Students are from all over Chile. They are here to practise English. For example: This is Gonzalo; he is from Iquique. This is Carolina; she is from Santiago. This is Macarena; she is from Chilln. This is Pablo, he is from Coyhaique.

Tutors Tutors are from English speaking countries.

It is located in Santiago. Facilities in the Village: A pool A football field A gym A cafeteria An animal farm A fruit and vegetable garden Cabins Parks

For example: This is Susan Hardy; she is from England. This is Tony Wilson; he is from the USA. This is Grace Brown; she is from Australia.

6 Read the text and check your prediction in exercise 5. 7 Read the text again. Find and write the information in the charts. a. The English Village Location Facilities b. Students Country Cities c. Tutors Countries
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Unit 1

After reading
8 Read these words from the text and classify them. SINGULAR
_______________ _______________ _______________ _______________ _______________ _______________ _______________ _______________

animal cabins cafeteria countries facilities farm field

garden gym parks pool students tutors village

PLURAL
_______________ _______________ _______________ _______________ _______________ _______________ _______________ _______________

9 Listen and repeat the words in exercise a. a. Listen to these words and pay special attention to the final sound. brush cash crush English finish fish flash push splash wash

b. Listen to ten words and tick those with the same final sound. 1. _____ 6. _____ 2. _____ 7. _____ 3. _____ 8. _____ 4. _____ 9. _____ 5. _____ 10. _____

c. Listen and repeat the words in a.

LANGUAGE FORM

Pronouns

1. Personal Pronouns in this lesson: I / you / he / she / it / they. 2. Notice: The English Village it is located in Santiago. Students are from all over Chile They are here to practise English. This is Tony Wilson He is from the USA. This is Susan Hardy She is from England. 3. Find, say and copy more examples from the text. Use the same colours as in the example.

10 Practise in your group. Where are Im from you from? Chile.

Where is Lil Chris from?

Where is Avril Lavigne from?

Hes from England.

Shes from Canada.

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11 Complete and then practise in pairs. a. A: Where is ___________________ from?

ole Kidman B: ____________ s from ______________. Nic Australia

b. A: Where is _____________________ _____________________?


B: ____________ s _________________ __________________.
Rihanna the USA

c. A: Where ___________________ ___________________ ___________________?


B: ____________ _________________ __________________ _________________. Prince Will
England iam

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Invent more dialogues. A: _____________________? A: _____________________? A: _____________________? B: _____________________. B: _____________________. Jim Carrey B: _____________________. USA
Beln Soto Chile Justin Timberlake USA

P R O J

N FU

Wheres the new boy from? No idea, but hes very popular.

Famous people a. Work in groups of four or five


students. b. Stick a world map in the centre of a big piece of colour cardboard. c. Choose five very famous people from different places in the world. d. Stick their pictures around the map. e. Join the picture with the place they are from. f. Show your poster to the class, saying: You: This is _________________. Class: Where is he / she from? You: He / she is from
_________________.
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Unit 1

Synthesis
Read this learning synthesis. Write the page and exercise number of the activities you did in lessons 3 and 4:
Exercise Page

CHECK YOUR PROGRESS


Lessons 3 & 4

Language
1 Draw and write the names of two facilities in your school. (3 points)

Listening skills Make and check predictions. Match oral, written and picture information. Mime actions. Reading skills Make and check predictions. Find specific information about a place. Classify information in charts. Writing skills Complete instructions. Complete dialogues. Oral production Repeat dialogues. Play a game. Give and follow instructions. Roleplay dialogues. Language and vocabulary Match words and pictures or real objects. Match pictures and instructions. Classify words. Identify cognates. Appreciation of these values Give polite instructions. Discover the importance of English as a means of communication.

_______________________________________

_______________________________________

2 Complete the classroom instructions.


(3 points) a. Open your __________________, please.

b. Sit __________________, please. c. Go back to your __________________,


please.

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Glossary
Listening
3 Listen and complete the dialogue with words from the box. (9 points) Are Canada Chile Hi the USA They
A: Hello B: ____________________________. A: Where are you from? B: Im from ____________________________. A: Where is Sabrina Spellman from? B: Shes from ___________________________. A: Where are your friends from? B: __________________ __________________ from all over the world. A: And your boyfriend? B: Hes from ____________________________. A: Really! pool
PASTE PICTURE HERE

English

Spanish

board

PASTE PICTURE HERE

pizarrn

from all over the world

PASTE PICTURE HERE

de todo el mundo

place

PASTE PICTURE HERE

lugar

desk

PASTE PICTURE HERE

escritorio

piscina
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Oral Practice
4 Work in pairs. Roleplay the conversation with Sabrina Spellman. Great Not too bad Help!

Verbs
Infinitive listen Spanish escuchar leer sentarse levantarse

Check with your teacher and find your score:

read sit down stand up

0 - 4: 5 - 8: 9 - 12: 13 - 15:

Oh! Oh! Oh! Fair Good Excellent

TOTAL:

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FUN , FUN , FUN


1 Find the items in the box in this Crazy Warehouse. a. A computer b. A desk c. A garden d. A pool e. A whiteboard f. The boys toilet g. The computer lab h. The Directors office i. The English book j. The girls toilet k. The school entrance l. The teachers room

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UN F , UN F , FUN
2 Match the signs and the instructions. a. b. c. d. e. f. g. h. i.
Listen Close the box Open the box Silence Speak Stop Stand up Sit down Read

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3 Do the maths operations to help the train move. Example: Three plus one is four, minus two is two, etc.

1+2

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+2

__ __ __ __

-1

__ __ __ __

x2

__ __ __ __ __

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Unit 1

+2

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-2

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+4

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+5

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