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Martin Milner WORLD ENGLISH 1

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Features: • C  ommunicative tasks develop language strategies that increase students’ comfort level in real-world settings. • Video from National Geographic Digital Media on the DVD and Student CD-ROM allows teachers to bring the text to life both in the classroom and individually. • World English provides extensive teacher support through the Teacher’s Edition, DVD, Assessment CD-ROM with ExamView®, and the Teacher Web Site.

The Student CD-ROM includes: • All audio material from the Audio CD • All video clips from the DVD • Interactive activities that provide instant feedback

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WORLD

ENGLISH1 Real People • Real Places • Real Language Martin Milner

Australia • Brazil • Japan • Korea • Mexico • Singapore • Spain • United Kingdom • United States

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CONTENTS

Scope and Sequence ................................................................................................................................................................................ iv Get to Know Your World!......................................................................................................................................................................... vi Unit 1 People ......................................................................................................................................................................................... 2 Video Journal .......................................................................................................................................................................... 12 Unit 2 Work, Rest, and Play ............................................................................................................................................................ 14 Video Journal .......................................................................................................................................................................... 24 Unit 3 Going Places............................................................................................................................................................................ 26 Video Journal .......................................................................................................................................................................... 36 Unit 4 Food ............................................................................................................................................................................................. 38 Video Journal .......................................................................................................................................................................... 48 Unit 5 Sports .......................................................................................................................................................................................... 50 Video Journal .......................................................................................................................................................................... 60 Unit 6 Destinations ............................................................................................................................................................................ 62 Video Journal .......................................................................................................................................................................... 72 Unit 7 Communication.................................................................................................................................................................... 74 Video Journal .......................................................................................................................................................................... 84 Unit 8 The Future................................................................................................................................................................................. 86 Video Journal .......................................................................................................................................................................... 96 Unit 9 Shopping for Clothes ........................................................................................................................................................ 98 Video Journal .......................................................................................................................................................................... 108 Unit 10 Lifestyles .................................................................................................................................................................................... 110 Video Journal .......................................................................................................................................................................... 120 Unit 11 Achievements ........................................................................................................................................................................ 122 Video Journal .......................................................................................................................................................................... 132 Unit 12 Consequences ....................................................................................................................................................................... 134 Video Journal .......................................................................................................................................................................... 144 Bonus Communication Activities ...................................................................................................................................................... 146 Skills Index........................................................................................................................................................................................................ 150 Credits ......................................................................................................................................................................................................... 152

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Unit Goals Unit Goals

Grammar

Vocabulary

Listening

Speaking and Reading and Pronunciation Writing

Review of present tense: to be Be + adjective (+ noun) Possessive nouns

Occupations

Focused listening: Personal introductions

Asking for and giving personal information

UNIT 1

People page 2

• Meet people • Ask for and give personal • •

information Describe different occupations Talk about people and their occupations

Countries Nationalities Descriptive adjectives

“People from Around the World”

Contractions: –’m, –’re, –’s

Writing about a person and her occupation

Talking about daily schedules and free time

“Carnival: One Festival, Many Faces”

UNIT 2

Work, Rest, and Play page 14

• Talk about a work day • Talk about free time • Describe a festival or •

Daily activities Review: Simple present tense Party words Adverbs of frequency

Focused listening: A radio celebrity interview

Verbs that end in –s Writing a descriptive paragraph

a celebration Compare different festivals

UNIT 3

Going Places page 26

• Identify possessions • Ask for and give personal • •

travel information Give travel advice Share special travel tips with others

Possession Imperatives and should for advice

Travel preparations General listening: and stages Conversations at travel Travel documents destinations and money

Giving personal information for travel forms

“Smart Traveler: Expert Opinion”

Food

“Bugs as Food” Role-play: purchasing food Writing a at a store favorite recipe Ordering from a menu

Writing travel tips

Rising intonation in lists

UNIT 4

Food page 38

• • • •

Talk about food Order a meal Talk about diets Discuss unusual and favorite foods

Count and noncount nouns: some and any

Diets

How much, how many with quantifiers: lots of, a few, a little

General and focused listening: In a restaurant

Reduced forms: Do you have . . . and Would you like . . .

UNIT 5

Sports page 50

• Talk about activities

Present continuous tense

Stative verbs

• •

happening now Compare every day and present time activities Talk about favorite sports Discuss adventure holidays

Doing sports Team sports Individual sports

General and focused listening: Every day activities vs. today’s activities

Talking about what “Climbing the people are doing Dragon’s Spires” now Writing an email Discussing favorite sports Reduced form: What are you . . .

UNIT 6

Destinations page 62

• Talk about past

Simple past tense

Travel activities

Simple past tense: to be

Emphatic adjectives

• •

vacation trips Exchange information about vacations Use was/were to describe a personal experience Talk about a discovery from the past

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General listening: A vacation

Comparing vacations

“The City of Machu Picchu, the Cradle of the Inca Empire”

Describing personal experiences Writing a postcard Sounds of –ed endings

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Grammar

Vocabulary

Listening

• Talk about personal

Verbs with direct and indirect objects

Communication

Linking verbs

Focused listening: A radio call-in program

Unit Goals

Speaking and Reading and Pronunciation Writing

UNIT 7

Communication page 74

• •

communication Give and write down contact details Describe characteristics and qualities Compare different types of communication

Electronics The senses

Asking for contact information Describing sights, sounds and other sensations

“The Secret Language of Dolphins” Writing a text message

Endings –ty and –teen

UNIT 9

UNIT 8

The Future page 86

• Talk about plans • Discuss long and short • •

term plans Make weather predictions Discuss the future

Be going to

Plans

Will for predictions

Weather conditions

Talking about weekend plans Discussing the weather

“Future Energy” Writing statements about the future

Reduced form of going to

Shopping for Clothes page 98 Comparatives • Make comparisons

Clothing

• Explain preferences • Talk about clothing

Descriptive adjectives

General listening: A talk show

Superlatives

materials Understand and describe a process

Focused listening: Shoe shopping

Clothing materials

Talking about clothes

“Silk—the Queen of Textiles”

Shopping—at the store and online

Writing about favorite clothes

Rising and falling intonation

UNIT 10

Lifestyles page 110

• Give advice on

Modals—could, ought to, should, must, have to

Healthy and unhealthy habits

Questions with how

Compound adjectives

• •

healthy habits Suggest ways to improve bad habits Ask about lifestyles Evaluate your lifestyle

General listening: Personal lifestyles

Discussing healthy and unhealthy habits Giving advice for improving habits

“The Secrets of Long Life” Writing a paragraph about personal lifestyle

Should, shouldn’t

UNIT 11

Achievements page 122

• Talk about today’s chores • Interview for a job • Talk about lifetime •

Present perfect tense

Chores

Present perfect tense vs. Lifetime simple past tense achievements

achievements Discuss scientific achievements

Listening for general Interviewing for understanding and a job specific details: Catching up with A job interview a friend Reduced form of have

“Uncovering the Mysteries of the Universe” Writing an email to catch up

Consequences page 134 Real conditionals (also called the First managing money conditional) Make choices on how to spend your money Talk about how our actions can have positive consequences Discuss ways to prevent habitat destruction

UNIT 12

• Talk about • • •

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Personal finances Animal habitats

Listening for Making decisions specific details: about spending At a travel agency money Talking about important issues

“Habitat Destruction” Writing a letter to the editor

Sentence stress

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Get To Know Y

Brockworth, England An unusual 200-year-old tradition from England. Chasing a ball of cheese down a very steep hill. Cheese-Rolling Races

Arizona, United States Stress is part of life in the modern world. What can you do to control it? The Science of Stress

Orlando, Florida, United States Join man’s best friend as he looks for illegal food in American airports. Beagle Brigade

Hawaii Find out more about the famous Hawaiian dance. Hula

Cuzco, Peru Tourists come from all over the world to see the Lost City of the Incas. But is tourism destroying Machu Picchu? Machu Picchu

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Your World! Florence, Italy Visit the last factory in Florence to make silk by hand. Traditional Silk Making

Japan The puffer fish: ugly, poisonous, and expensive. So, why do people like to eat it? Dangerous Dinner

Cheju Island, Korea A group of women from Korea go diving every day to find seafood. Are they the last? Korean Women Divers

North Africa Learn how to use the sun’s heat to cook your dinner. Solar Cooking

Tanzania, Africa The snows of Kilimanjaro are disappearing. Find out why. Missing Snows of Kilimanjaro

South Africa How do African Bushmen communicate with conservationists? Is it working? Wild Animal Trackers

= Sites of the video clips you will view in World English 1.

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CITIES PEOPLE

1. Who are these people? Share your ideas with a partner. a. What are their names? b. How old are they? c. Where are they from? d. What do they do? 2. Are they like you?

UNIT GOALS Meet people Ask for and give personal information Describe different occupations Talk about people and their occupations

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UNIT

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GOAL 1

MEET PEOPLE Dublin, Ireland

Zarqa River Riv Zarqa Basin, Jordan

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5.

Bahr Bahrain

San Miguel de Allende, Mexico

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6.

Thailand Thailand

3.

Biok Bioko, Equatorial Guinea

4. Barranca, Peru

8.

2.

Tasmania, Tasmania, Australia

Countries and Nationalities Australia — Australian Jordan — Jordanian Bahrain — Bahraini France — French

Mexico — Mexican Peru — Peruvian Thailand — Thai Ireland — Irish

Occupations dancer engineer pilot

teacher doctor photographer

Engage! Which occupations do you think are the most difficult?

Real Language

We say what does she/he do to ask about a person’s occupation or job. 4

police officer travel agent

Vocabulary A. Fill in the blanks. Use words from the boxes. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

dancer from ____________. Mexico This is Norma. She’s a ____________ This is Maria. She’s a ____________ from _____________. This is Frank. He’s a ____________ from ______________. This is Nicolas. He’s a ____________ from _____________. This is Mohamed. He’s an ____________ from _________. This is Fatima. She’s a ____________ from ____________. This is Sutanee. She’s a ____________ from ___________. This is David. He’s an ____________ from _____________.

B. Work with a partner. Talk about the people in the pictures. Norma is from Mexico. Oh, she’s Mexican. What does she do? She’s a dancer.

People

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Grammar: Be Statements with be Subject pronoun I You/We/They He/She/It

Subject pronoun + be Be contractions

be

Negative

am are is

not

I am

a dancer.

Yes/no questions

He/She/It is

Pronoun you/they

Be Are

You/We/They are

Short answers

I’m You’re We’re Thai. They’re He’s She’s It’s

Thai.

Yes, I am. No, I’m not. Mexican? Yes, they are. he/she/it No, he isn’t.

Is

A. Match the questions and the answers. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Are you a doctor? ___ Is she Korean? ___ Is Ben British? ___ Are you American? ___ Are Mario and Teresa students? ___

a. Yes, he is. b. No, she isn’t. She’s Japanese c. Yes, they are. They come from Argentina. d. No, I’m not. I’m a nurse. e. No, I’m not. I’m Canadian.

B. Fill in the blanks with a pronoun and the correct form of the verb be. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

____________ from Japan. I’m from Thailand. ____________ from Indonesia? Yes, I am. Where ____________ from? They’re from China. ____________ an architect. He’s a doctor. ____________ from Canada? No, we’re from the United States.

Conversation A AD DU

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Sean: Claudia: Sean: Claudia: Sean: Claudia: Sean:

Track 1-2

AR

A. Listen to the conversation. Where is Sean from?

ID

B. Practice the conversation with a partner. Switch roles and practice it again.

Goal 1

Meet people

Work with a partner. Create new personal IDs. Use the conversation above to meet each other. Lesson A

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B GOAL 2 ASK FOR AND GIVE PERSONAL INFORMATION

Listening A. Look at the pictures. Talk to a partner. Guess the missing information. B. Listen to the TV game show. Fill in the blanks with the correct information. Track 1-3

1. Name: Kyoko Hashimoro Nationality: ________________________ City: Tokyo Country: Japan Occupation: _______________________

2. Name: Luis Gomez Nationality: ________________________ City: Bogota Country: __________________________ Occupation: _______________________

3. Name: Jim Waters Nationality: ________________________ City: Coldstone Country: __________________________ Occupation: Farmer

4. Name: Bianca da Silva Nationality: ________________________ City: Rio de Janeiro Country: __________________________ Occupation: Musician

C. Listen again. Check your answers. Track 1-3

6

People

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Pronunciation: Contractions of be A. Listen and repeat. Track 1-4

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

I am you are he is she is it is

I’m you’re he’s she’s it’s

B. Listen. Circle the verb or contraction you hear. Then listen again and repeat. Track 1-5

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

I am/I’m a teacher. He is/he’s an engineer. She is/she’s not a nurse. They are/they’re interesting. You are/you’re welcome.

Communication Student A chooses a card. Student B guesses the card by asking questions. B: Are you 28 years old? B: Are you a doctor? B: Are you Argentinean? B: Is your name Helen? Name: Andrew

A: No, I’m not. A: Yes, I am. A: No, I’m not. A: Yes, it is. Name: Pablo

Name: Mi Hi

Nationality: American Age: 28 Job: Teacher

Nationality: Argentinean Age: 28 Job: Doctor

Nationality: Korean Age: 23 Job: Architect

Name: Ana

Name: Kwan

Name: Helen

Nationality: Argentinean Age: 23 Job: Teacher

Goal 2

Nationality: Korean Age: 30 Job: Architect

Nationality: American Age: 30 Job: Doctor

Ask for and give personal information

Interview some of your classmates. Ask their name, their age, and the job they do or want to do.

Lesson B

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C GOAL 3 DESCRIBE DIFFERENT OCCUPATIONS

Language Expansion: Descriptive adjectives 2+2=4

easy

happy

unhappy

boring

interesting

safe

dangerous

1 + 1 =x 2 n

difficult poor

rich

A. Write the words in the correct column. Good

Bad

happy

unhappy

B. Fill in the blanks with adjectives.

Word Focus

Mrs. Green is ___________, but she is not happy. Why? Her husband’s job is ___________. He is a helicopter pilot.

salary = money earned by the work you do

Mr. Green says, “I like my job. It is an ___________ job and the salary is ___________. It’s not dangerous. In fact, it’s very ___________.” But Mrs. Green is still ___________.

Grammar: Be + adjective (+ noun) Subject My friend His job I My brother’s job 8

Be is is am is

Adjective rich. dangerous. not happy. interesting.

Subject It Your friend It

Be is is is

Article an an a

Adjective easy interesting difficult

Noun job. person. life.

People

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A. Circle the correct word or phrase in the parentheses. 1. My father’s job is (interesting/an interesting). He is a newspaper photographer. It’s not (easy/ an easy) job but he enjoys it. 2. I am a teacher. The salary isn’t very (good/an good). I’m not (rich/an rich). 3. John is an engineer. It’s (difficult/a difficult) job but it’s (interesting/an interesting) job.

Possessive Adjectives This is my friend. Is that your brother? His/her friend comes from Uruguay. Their parents are nice people. *Possessive nouns are formed with an apostrophe (’) + -s. Laura’s friend is from London.

B. Unscramble the words to write sentences. 1. job friend’s is My dangerous. _______________________________________________ 2. is person. interesting Kim’s friend an _______________________________________________ 3. your brother happy? Is _______________________________________________ 4. rich is not a My father man. _______________________________________________ 5. Chile. friend John’s from is _______________________________________________

Conversation A. Listen to the conversation. What does Graham do? Track 1-6

Graham: Elsa: Graham: Elsa: Graham: Elsa: Graham:

What do you do, Elsa? I’m an engineer. An engineer! That’s interesting. Yes, but it’s difficult work. And you, Graham? What do you do? I’m a policeman. A policeman! Is it dangerous? No, in fact, sometimes it’s boring.

B. Practice the conversation with a partner. Switch roles and practice it again.

Goal 3

Describe different occupations

Work with a partner. Take turns. Choose an occupation and say two things about it. Lesson C 9

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D GOAL 4 TALK ABOUT PEOPLE AND THEIR OCCUPATIONS

Reading A. Look at the pictures. What do these people do? B. Circle T for true and F for false. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Peter is a pilot. Rimii Sen is Indian. Alan Kirby’s job is boring. Angutikavsak’s life is not easy. Tanya is an actress.

T T T T T

F F F F F

People from Around the World

C. Answer the questions. 1. Where is Tanya from? _______________ ________________________________ ________________________________ 2. Who is Shep? _____________________ ________________________________ ________________________________ 3. Why does Alan like his job? __________ ________________________________ ________________________________ 4. What does Angutikavsak do? ________ ________________________________ ________________________________ 5. What does Rimii say about her job? ___ ________________________________ ________________________________

Angutikavsak is from Greenland, and he is a hunter. All his friends are hunters too. “It is a difficult life here. In winter, it is very cold. We are not rich, but we are happy.” he says.

Peter Elworthy is from New Zealand. He is not a pilot; he is a farmer! His farm is very big, so he uses an airplane. Peter’s dog, Shep, is also in the plane. “Is Shep frightened in the plane?” I ask. “No, he’s happy. He loves flying.”

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People

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Writing Write about Angeline and her occupation.

Tanya Rogers is from Boulder, Colorado, in the United States. She is a student, and she is also a musician. “I love my music, but school is boring.”

Rimii Sen is an actress. She is Indian, and she is from Mumbai. “People think an actress’s life is exciting, but it is difficult work. However, the salary is good!” This is Alan Kirby, and he is a policeman. He’s from New York. “A policeman’s work is not boring, and I like helping people.”

________________________________ ________________________________ ________________________________ ________________________________ ________________________________

Goal 4

Talk about people and their occupations

Work with a partner. Talk about a friend or family member and their occupation.

Lesson D

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E VIDEO JOURNAL THE LAST OF THE WOMAN DIVERS

Before You Watch Fill in the blanks. Use the words in the box. tour guide

divers

seafood

In Korea, there is a group of women ______________________. They go to the sea every day to catch ______________________, like octopus and shellfish. Some of the women are not divers. One of them works with tourists. She is a ______________________.

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While You Watch A. Watch the video and fill in the blanks. Name: Sunny Hong Country: Korea Nationality: _____________________ Occupation: _____________________ Age: 28

Name: Ms. Hong Country: ________________________ Nationality: Korean Occupation: _____________________ Age: ___________________________

12

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B. Watch again. Circle T for true and F for false. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Diving is difficult and dangerous. The water is cold. The divers can stay underwater for 10 minutes. Sunny Hong is a diver. The women sell the seafood.

T T T T T

F F F F F

After You Watch Sunny Hong speaks English. She is a tour guide. She is not a diver. She says, “I am lucky.� How can speaking English help you?

Communication 1. Write jobs in the chart. Jobs women do well

Jobs men do well

2. Work with a partner. Compare your lists. Are they the same? Do you agree with your partner?

Video Journal

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Just right for World English 1!

Martin Milner WORLD ENGLISH 1

World English is an exciting new four-skills program which uses lively and compelling content, images, and video to teach the language that learners need to succeed in their classrooms and daily lives. The series is built upon clear and practical learning goals which are presented and practiced through motivating themes and topics. World English uses real people, real places, and real language to connect English language learners to the world.

Features: • C  ommunicative tasks develop language strategies that increase students’ comfort level in real-world settings. • Video from National Geographic Digital Media on the DVD and Student CD-ROM allows teachers to bring the text to life both in the classroom and individually. • World English provides extensive teacher support through the Teacher’s Edition, DVD, Assessment CD-ROM with ExamView®, and the Teacher Web Site.

The Student CD-ROM includes: • All audio material from the Audio CD • All video clips from the DVD • Interactive activities that provide instant feedback

Level 1 978-1-4240-6336-9 978-1-4240-6315-4 978-1-4240-6303-1 978-1-4240-6319-2 978-1-4240-6299-7 978-1-4240-6307-9 978-1-4240-6311-6 978-1-4240-6327-7

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Heinle, a part of Cengage Learning, is a leading provider of materials for English language teaching and learning throughout the world. Visit elt.heinle.com

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