No, only the two largest bedrooms B: One last quest ion ls the garage large enough for two cars? Oh, def in i te ly B: E l ic iVExpla in the meaning of the subt i t le by asking questions or giving examples A terraced house is a type of dwelling. Ss look up any unknown vocabulary Then, read out the words in the table and e l ic i t the meaning of any unknown words by g iv ing examples.
Expla in e task. Ss circle e adjectives that John uses. Ask 5s to look at the two texts and elicit where they can be found in a newspaper. Read out the advert isements and expla in any unknown words Expla in the task. Ss work in pai r and l is t the specia l features of each property. Answer Key A lnside: Allow Ss two minutes to prepare their answers Then, ask var ious 5s to ta lk about thei r houses 7 a. Read out the l is t o f household appl iances and e l ic i t what they are used for Alternatively, ask Ss questions to find out if they know what they are: Where can we clean dirty dishes?
Where can we cookfood? Explain the task Elicit names of rooms and write them on the board utility room,lounge, efc. Answer Key See overpilnted answers 8 a.
Ss read the dialogue quickly and say what it is about A person is interested in the house advertised in Ex. Ss l isten and che their answers. Choose some pai rs to read out the d ia logue Answer Key See overprinted answers [.
I wonder if could you give me same more information about the flat in Golders Green. Of course, what would you like to know? First of all, could you tell me exactly where the flat is situated? And does it have a separate dining room? There is a combined lounge and dining room. Do the bedrooms have fitted wardrobes? Does the kitchen have a dishwasher?
When do you think t could see it? Daes i t need a lot of f ix ing up? Go through the tables and expla in the task. Both house A and house B have got a garden. Both house A and house B have got an attic. Besides having a balcony, house A has got air conditioning.
Both houses have got a security system. House A has got a fireplace. Both houses have central heating Whereas house A has a fitted kitchen, house B hasnt got one. House A has a pool and a garage. Also, it has a garden As well as having air conditioning and a security system, house B has also got central heating. Explain the task Elicit the vocabulary Ss need to use in the wr i t ing task.
Fitted kitchen with central heating and latest security system. Attic suitable for conversion Close to shops and public transport. Contact B ryson P ro pe rties: B For Rent Large detached house with central heating, air conditioning and modern security system.
All bedrooms with burlt-rn wardrobes. Front garden with private driveway and large garage. Available for long lease. Full details at N Estate Agents: El ic i t what household chores are by g iv inq examples Washing the dishes is a household chore.
I hate dusting the furniture. My srster usually does the vacuuming. My mum does most of the cleaning. Explain that Ss are going to listen to a person talking about how the colours of a room can make us feel. I would paint a living room yellow because it makes people feel happy. Read out the l ist of nouns Check that 5s know these words by asking them to point to the relevant n h i o r t crtl ptoplc ancl incluslry worh togt thcr - c lcon Ltp Lt t lc thcs oncl r - ivcr.
Which of these problems do you expect to hear about? Prog ress U pdate How do you rate your progress? I corir aften hcve accadefits" b. They seem to be discussing some papers, which are on the desk.
The desk is covered with papers and everyone tooks very busy. The women probably get up eaily so that they can get ready for work. During their lunch break, they could go to the park or a nearby fast food restaurant. After work, they may go to e gym or go out with friends. When they go home, they probably have dinner and watch W for a while.
He is just about to get onto the school bus and go to school. He is wearing a hooded coat, so it is probably quite cold. He is looking back and smiling. He would have lessons in the morning and afternoon.
At lunchtime, he and his classmates probablv have school dinners in the school dining room. He probabiy comes home from school at about three thirty. After that t think he does his homework and plays with his friends.
He probably has his evening meal and goes to bed quite early. She is smiting, so perhaps she is watching a comedy. She is fairly young, so she may be a university student. Perhaps she goes to lectures during the day and has lunch in the cafeteria at the university. Then, in the evening, she probably goes jogging before she goes out with her friends When she comes home, she may study or watch TV before she goes to bed It the next picture, there is a young woman walking to work.
She looks like a business woman, so perhaps she is on her way to a business meeting. She is carrying a briefcase and seems to be in a hurry. She probably gets up early every morning and commutes to work by bus or train.
During the day, she probably attends lots of meetings and spends a lot of time in her office working on presentations and reports. She probably work late every day. By the time she goes home, it is probably quite Iate, so I think she would go straight to bed. He is casually dressed. He probably gets up very early every morning so that he can do all his chores. He probably works outdoors most of the day, caring for the animals or making repairs. At lunchtime, he probably goes back to the farmhouse and has a cooked lunch.
At night he probably watches TV for a while. I think he watches the weather forecast every day. I think he also goes to bed very early every day. Read the quest ions a loud Ss work in patrs ano answer the questions Monitor Ss, performance around the class Ask individual Ss to present their answers to the class Suggested Answer Key I usually wake up at about half past six.
Howevet on the weekends, I like to sleep in until around nine. I need an alarm clockto wake up. Duilng the week ltry to go to bed early. However, I stay up late on Friday and Saturday nights. During the week I have a strict schedule. I get up at around half past six, and I get ready for school. I have lessons in the morning and then I have lunch at around twelve thirty.
My mother usually makes my lunch and t sit with my friends and eat. Then, we play football until tessons stort again After schoo[ I go straight home I have to do my homework and also my chores. Then, I can ptay with my friends for a while.
At around eight, my mother calls, and I have to go it and get ready for dinner. The whole family eats together. After dinner, I watch TV with ny family for about an hour before I get ready for bed. I usually go to bed quite early. As an extensjon, ask Ss to make a daily t imetable showing thei r dai ly act iv i t ies 2 a. I never get ill. I sometimes suffer from headaches. I never suffer from indigestion lrarely have any health problems.
I always have meals at the same times every day. Read the questions Allow Ss some time to prepare their answers Then, Ss work in pairs and compare their answers. Suggested Answer Key A: I don,t think I would change anything, really.
I think t need to do sonething new. Ask Ss to look at the picture of the man at the bot tom of p 71 Read the quest ions a loud El ic i t answers from Ss. Suggested Answer KeY The man is looking at the clock. I think he feels stressed because he has so much work to do.
He looks like he wants to throw his briefcase at the clock. Allow Ss three to ur minutes to silently read the text. Do question 1 with Ss. Read out the part of the question in bold and, with Ss, f ind the l ine the question refers to. As an extension, ask Ss: I think the writer wrote this article to persuade people ta have a regular routine.
What do you think? I learnt quite a lot about my bod; clock. As an extension, ask 5s to write down their dail ror t ine, then compare thei r answers B: Are there any words in the text thatductor of an orchestra?
Are there any words in the texl The hypothalamus controls our act ions are the same in your language? Are there any points in the art ic le you disagree with? Compare answers with your partner. What is the man. So, next t ime you think a daily routine is borinq standard daily routine? Ss work in pai rs and do the task Mon j tor Ss, performance Ask some pairs to present their ideas to the class Alternatively, go through each protrtem indrvidually Ask Ss: Have you ever had this problem?
What are the symptoms? This is usually caused by stress or anxiety. This is usually caused by not getting enough sleep. This is usually caused by a virus. This is usually caused by bacteria tnder the skin. This is usually causea oy soending too much time in he sun. Expia in the task and read the prompts Ss work in cai rs and do the task Check Ss, answers:. Then read the words and explain the -eaning of any unknown words, Ss work in pairs and:: Read out the t i t le of the uni t E l ic i t that r t rs a proverb Elicit the meaning of the proverb you need to take precautions in order to prevent sth bad from happening.
Then Ss speculate on what the unit may be about crime, technology, innovations, inventors, etc. Read out the l ist of prompts Ask Ss to look at the pictures and say wh h of them they can see. Go through the quest ion and e l ic i t answers around the class. J the freedom to do things wherever you are. I use my mobile phone all the time. My parents use credit.: I also use an answering - tchine. Elicit what information Ss would pect to find in the text then play the cassette Ss follow the text and see if their guesses were correct Suggested Answer Key I think the article will be about technology and personal privacy.
I would expect to read about CCry n cards and satellites watching people from space. Expla in the task Read out the t ip point out that Ss need to follow this advice in order to complete the task successfully. Explain the example Ss complete the task. B4 T Answer Key See overprinted answers c. Expla in the task Ss work in pai rs and complete the task.
Explain the words in bold, then answer these questions, according to what the text says. How can survei l lance increase publrc safety?
What js the disadvantage of increased survei l lance? Follow-up 4 Read the art ic le again and l ist al l the survei l lance technologies mentioned, making notes on what each does. Then talk about the two technologies that you think are the most useful in your society.
Most of us are aware of. This is the price we pay fbr -,rnvenience of using cards instead of cash. They are in shopping centres, at ATMs, n. Look at the headings again and underl ine the lcey words. The information might be phrased in different words" Each time you choose a heading, cross I t OUt. Some car rental companies are already using this technology to keep track of their vehicles. Mobile phone companles are even planning to use this technology in aii their phones.
This means that when someone makcs a call on their mobile phone, or even if they simply have their phone turned on, they can easily be located. Je buildings and even on our roads and motorways. S ofld exit signs. Many countries already have a system which recluires their citizens to carn identification cards. These cards usually inclucle personal information such as name, address and birth date as n,ell as a personal idcntification number. However, in the near future, these cards will also contain a microchip.
Usin,e thi,s technology, one card will be able to replace vour driving licence, student card, medical card. The benefits of all these new ID systems are obvious. Imagine walking into yclur office at work. The flclor will know you have arrived and your computer will recognise your voice and automatically log you on. Your family will know exactly where you are, and you will always know where your car rs. Criminals are going to find it a lot more clifficult to commit crimes, and the police will find it a lot easier to catch them.
The question that we have to ask ourselves now is how the ,, hat you are doing all day, every day. Iorgettlng your computer password, your cash card - -- r. Face recognition is another growing area of ID.
Something - tr new on the market is footstep identification. This technology wil iet your - -. GPS Global positioning Systems -. We must ask ourselves whether increased public safety anci convenience will come at the cost of our privacy, and whether or not this is a price we are willing to pay.
Is convenience worth the loss of privacy as all our personal data from bank records to health information and employment history is on lile and more readily available every day? Are we really rcady to live in a world where our every move is bein!
I use a mobile phone only in an emergency. You are definitely technophobic There is nothing to be scared of Try it - you mrght l ike it! You seem to have the technical world under control well done! Now, use the words and phrases to talk about how often you: Which of these have you got at home? A fax machine is used for sendinq faxes.
One team " says a word related to technologY The other team makes uP a sentence using the word. ATM Team B An ATM is used to allow us to get monev out of the bank. I often watch ;: Ask Ss to look at the p ic tures Ask a S to read out the words and e l ic i t answers f rom Ss around the c lass own answers r As an extension, ask 5s to l ist the other equipmenV appliances they have at home!
Expla in the task Ss complete the task Check Ss, answerS t nswer Key An iron is used for ironing clothes A camcorder is used for videoing events. A kettle is used for boiling water. A microwave oven is used for cooking food A blender is used for liquidising food. As an extension, ask Ss sentences for the other they have in thei r homes: Wri t ing Expla in the task El ic i t the vocabulary Ss need to use In the wr i t ing task.
Do the task ora l ly in c lass, and then assign i t as written HW Pin up posters in the classroom Game Play ihe game as inst ructed in the Student ,s Book Alternatively, say words related to technology Ss in teams make up sentences us ing the words Suggested l ist of words: E-mail is used to send messages from one compwer rc another. A hiiacker illegalty takes control of a plane or other vehicle using force.
Where d id i t happen? At Tesco Supermarket T: When d id i t happen? Last Friday afternoon T: What do you th ink happened? The old man was doing his shopping He realised he had no money, so he tried to steal some tins of food instead When do you th ink he was arrested?
When he was leaving the store What do you think he said when he was arrested? He could have said: Can I take your name and address, please? Right Now, when and where did the theft take place anc what exactly happenedT B: MS bag was on the floor next to me. I turned away for a seconc to check the departures board and when I turned back i: I see, Can you describe the bag for me, please and tell me whatthere was inside in as much detail as possible?
Match the cr iminals to the def ini t ions a-h. Give the name of the crime and the verb related to each of the criminals above. Underline the correct word or phrase, then use your dictionary to help you explain the meaning Writing Read the headline below, then write a news report. Describe each of the objects shown above. Take roles and act out a dialogue between a police officer A and a person B who is reporting the theft of their travel bag. Unfortunately, he could not produce 5 defence that the car was his and it was: Match the columns to make correct sentences.
Are they formal or informal in style? How is the agent introduced? Did they take anyth ing? No, not yet 5 A: Why is everyone lined up? How do the two passive sentences differ? People saythat he escapedto Brazil. He is soid to have escaped to Brazil. He is believed to have stolen fl m. Laptops are being tried out in the classroom by schools.
The agent is introduced with,by,. She is thought to be the creator of the robot-pet. Ss work in pai rs: Ask Ss to read the t i t le El ic i t the meaning of hacker sb who breaks into a computer system in order to get information. Дарья , пожалуйста, скиньте мне sb и wb.
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