Global English Workbook 2 Sample

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Cambridge Global English With varied activities – including drawing, crosswords and matching pictures with sentences – these workbooks help your learners practise and consolidate what they have learnt. The activities also support the reading, writing and Use of English strands of the Cambridge English as a Second Language Primary curriculum framework. This new edition provides more grammar practice with a short grammar presentation, followed by activities differentiated into three tiers: Focus, Practice and Challenge. Ideal for use in the classroom or for homework.

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Global English

• Process writing pages consolidate your learners’ knowledge of text types including literature • Three-tiered grammar exercises offer practice opportunities to suit the needs of every learner • Varied activity types keep learners interested • Write-in for ease of use • Answers for all activities can be found in the accompanying teacher’s resource

Workbook 2

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Global English

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for Cambridge Primary English as a Second Language

Workbook 2

Elly Schottman, Paul Drury & Caroline Linse

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Series Editor: Kathryn Harper

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Contents

Contents 1 A day at school 10 Words around us 11 Our busy classroom 12 Inside a book 14 Talking about possessions 16 Review of short vowels 18 My school 20 Check your progress 22

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1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 1.6 1.7

2 Good neighbours 24

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2.1 People in your neighbourhood 25 26 2.2 Jobs 2.3 Where do you live? 28 2.4 Saying where things are 30 2.5 Vowels followed by r 32 2.6 A lot of kids 34 2.7 Check your progress 36

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3 Ready, steady, go! 38

3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 3.5 3.6 3.7

Different ways to move 39 Healthy and strong 40 What can birds do? 42 Describing ongoing actions 44 Long vowel sounds 46 Bear and Turtle have a race 48 Check your progress 50

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4 The big sky 52

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4.1 What do you know about shadows? 53 4.2 Light and shadow 54 4.3 The Sun, Earth, Moon and stars 56 4.4 Using the past simple 58 4.5 Long i 60 4.6 Our trip to the Moon 62 4.7 Check your progress 64

5 Let’s measure 66

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Using numbers 67 Shapes, patterns and numbers 68 How did people measure long ago? 70 Using the past simple (irregular verbs) 72 Words that sound the same 74 Many ways to count to ten 76 Check your progress 78

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5.1 5.2 5.3 5.4 5.5 5.6 5.7

6 All about bugs 80 Bugs and other garden animals 81 Crickets and other insects 82 Ants and spiders 84 Writing questions 86 Rhyming words, words with long e 88 Little Ant 90 Check your progress 92

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6.1 6.2 6.3 6.4 6.5 6.6 6.7

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7 The world around us 94

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7.1 Caring for planet Earth 95 7.2 Plants and flowers 96 7.3 The importance of trees 98 7.4 Using this and these, that and those 100 7.5 Long o 102 7.6 Wangari Maathai 104 7.7 Check your progress 106

8 Home, sweet home 108

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8.1 Different kinds of homes 109 8.2 Inside a home 110 112 8.3 Homes around the world 8.4 Using future form will 114 8.5 Long u 116 8.6 Where do animals build homes? 118 8.7 Check your progress 120

9 Let’s explore the city! 122

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9.1 Things in a city 123 124 9.2 At the aquarium 9.3 Going places 126 9.4 The past, present and future 128 9.5 Opposites 130 9.6 City Mouse and Country Mouse 132 9.7 Check your progress 134

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How to use this book

How to use this book This workbook provides questions for you to practise what you have learned in class. There is a unit to match each unit in your Learner’s Book.

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Colour the stars at the beginning of each unit as you learn to do each thing.

A day at school

Colour in the stars as you learn to do each thing. 1

I can talk about classroom objects and school activities.

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I can talk about the time and days of the week.

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I can talk about parts of a book.

3 Ready, steady, go!

3.34 What can birds do? I can talk about who things belong to.

1 Draw a line to finish the sentences.

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I can read and write words with short vowel sounds.

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Tips to help you with your learning.

All animals can move. 6 animals I can read and write about All need schools. water. Most birds build nests. Most birds can swim. Some birds can fly Some birds can’t fly.

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Language Focus all

most

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2 Which bird?

5.6 Read and respond

Look at the chart. Read the sentence and find the bird.

Words to help you with your writing.

2 Write the missing words.

cametrees, very said swim. must a This bird can walk, fly and climb but it can’t first

Use words from the box.

was

new

b This bird can walk and fly, but it can’t swim or climb trees.

There

a contest in the forest.

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All the animals

swim

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penguin The king Leopard

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walk

fly

climb trees

✔ , ‘Thank you for coming.

You throw this spear and quickly count to ten. 10parrot ✔ ✔ ✔ You must say “ten” before the spear hits the ground. 4

The winner of the contest will be the crane 42

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The elephant was the ‘I’m

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king.’

to try.

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big,’ he said. ‘I think I can do it.’

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3 Complete the counting patterns. Counting in twos is a counting pattern. Counting in tens is another counting pattern. Write the missing numbers in each pattern.

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How to use this book

2 Good neighbours

2.4 Saying where things are

Each Use of English session is divided into three different levels. You can choose the level that is right for you.

Focus 1 next to, behind, between, opposite, on, under All these people work in the community. Can you say who they are? Read and label the workers.

Focus: these grammar questions help you to master the basics.

6 All about bugs

window cleaner

police officer

6.4 Writing questions

nurse

Focus 1 Complete the questions. photographer

What do…

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How many… do Where do…

• The bus driver is next to the nurse.

• The reporter is between the policeies officer butterfl eat?and the nurse. a Bee: • The police officer is behind the painter.

Butterfly: Pollen

• The paint pot is under the painter’s chair.

Bee: Me

too!

• The cat is on the farmer’s shoulder.

• The photographer is opposite the news reporter. b Bee: butterflies

sleep? trees or shrubs. Complete the sentence. Use the words next to, between, behind, or on. Bees sleep in a beehive. 3 Draw aBee: picture I am sitting of your very own bug.

6.3 Science

• The fire fighter is between the photographer and the street cleaner.

Butterfly: In

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Write c about Bee: your bug.wings

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butterflies have?

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What is your bug’s Butterfl y: 4 name? Bee: Me

Practice: these grammar questions help you to become more confident in using what you have learned.

Practice What does it look like?

2 Write these questions in the correct word order. Then answer.

Where does it live? a

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Challenge: these questions will make you think very hard.

too!

have does many How a spider legs?

What does it eat?

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insects smell do How?

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do What eat crickets?

Writer’s checklist Begin each sentence with a capital letter. Put a full stop at the end of each sentence.

Challenge Would your own bug make a good indoor or outdoor pet? Why or why not?

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A day at school

Colour in the stars as you learn to do each thing. I can talk about classroom objects and school activities.

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I can talk about the time and days of the week.

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I can talk about parts of a book.

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I can talk about who things belong to.

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I can read and write words with short vowel sounds.

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I can read and write about schools.

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1.1 Think about it

1.1 Words around us 1 Write and colour. Colour two

books blue.

map green.

Colour the

calendar yellow.

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Colour the

Colour three

tablet red.

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Colour the

clocks orange.

2 Which days do you go to school? Circle the days you go to school.

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Cross out the days you do not go to school.

Monday

Tuesday

Friday

Wednesday Saturday

Thursday

Sunday

Challenge What is your favourite day of the week?

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1 A day at school

1.2 Our busy classroom 1 What time is it?

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Look at each clock. Draw the missing clock hand to show the time.

3:00

11:00

4:00

9:00

2 What do you do every day at school?

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Read each question. Tick (✔) yes or no.

yes

no

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Do you do maths every day?

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Do you sing every day?

Do you do writing every day? Do you have break time every day?

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1.2 Let’s explore

3 Draw and write: A book for me! Draw the cover of a book you would like to read. Write the name of the book on the cover.

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What is the book about? Does your book tell a story or give real information?

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4 Write about your book.

5 Check your writing.

Use these writing tips:

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The fi rst word of a sentence begins with a capital letter.

This is a book.

A name begins with a capital letter. Amy. Most sentences end with a full stop. My

is about a lion.

book

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1 A day at school

1.3 Inside a book 1 Look at the book covers. Draw a circle around each title.

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Draw a line under the name of each author.

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2 Choose a book.

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Which of these books would you want to read?

3 Look at the contents page. Which book does it come from?

How many chapters are in this book?

CONTENTS Where do snakes live?..........2 What do snakes eat?............8 Baby snakes.......................12

Which chapter looks the most interesting?

Are snakes dangerous?......16

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1.3 Language arts

4 Read and compare. a In South Africa, Sizani and Nandi wear uniforms in their school. Do you wear uniforms in your school? What are you wearing now?

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Draw a picture and label your uniform.

b In China, Li Wei and his friends use paint in their art class.

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Do you have art class in your school?

What do you use to make art? Circle  your answers.

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Draw a line under the art materials you like best.

markers

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crayons

paint

clay

Challenge

Find a book in your classroom with a contents page. Title: Author: How many chapters are in the book?

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1 A day at school

1.4 Talking about possessions Focus 1 Which box belongs to each person?

That

box is

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This box is mine.

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Draw lines to match.

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2 Answer the questions. Whose box is this? It’s

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c Which one is Lucy’s box? The

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Practice 3 Play a game. Point to the things on your desk and make sentences.

This is Aida’s book. This book is mine.

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1.4 Use of English

4 What is missing? Trace the objects then complete the phrases. Elsie

Oscar

Ivy Jack

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Leo

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Oscar’s skipping rope

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lunchbox

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Ivy’s

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Leo’s

Challenge

and jumper

The red pencil is mine.

The pencil sharpener is yours.

5 Sort out your pencil cases. Mix your pencil cases together, say what belongs to who.

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1 A day at school

1.5 Review of short vowels 1 Find the vowels. Circle the letters that are vowels. a

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L

j

s

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b U

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2 sh, ch, th

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These letter combinations make a special sound.

shell

cheese

thumb

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Write the missing letters in the words below.

fi

irty

ildren

3 Just one letter is different.

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These pairs of words are very similar! Just the vowel is different. Write the correct vowel in each word.

sh

p

sh

p

p

n

p

n

b

g

b

g

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1.5 Words and sounds

4 What is it? Write what each thing is. Use a or an.

Language Focus We use an before a word that begins with a vowel. It’s an apple.

ant

fish

octopus

We use a before a word that begins with a consonant. It’s a banana.

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It’s

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c

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b

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5 Read and draw.

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Draw a big black bug in the box. Colour the box pink. Draw a red hen next to the box.

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1 A day at school

1.6 My school 1 Look at the story about Fernando’s school on page 24 of your Learner’s Book. Answer the questions about your school. The name of Fernando’s school is Oceanside Primary School.

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What is the name of your school? Fernando’s teacher is Ms Cruz. What is your teacher’s name?

In Fernando’s classroom, there are tables and chairs.

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There is a map and a calendar on the wall. What is in your classroom?

In science class, Fernando is learning about electricity.

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What are you learning about in science?

Fernando goes outside for break time. Where do you go for break time?

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1.6 Read and respond

2 Look at the pictures and write the words. Use the box to help you. pool

paint

marker

science

read

play

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maths

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m ___ ___ r ___ k ___ e ___ r ___

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Look for the numbers above. Each number has a letter above it. Find each number, and write the letter above it on the lines below. Then read the mystery sentence! 1

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3

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6

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8 9 10

11

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1 A day at school

1.7 Check your progress Listen to your teacher. Tick (✔) the correct pictures. 1 Find Shu Ling’s pencil case.

2 What time is it?

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3 What is Tom doing?

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b

a

c

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4 Which are John’s?

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a

b

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1.7 Check your progress

Listen and write. Listen and write. Then tick (✔) the picture of the word.

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a

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7 Read and colour.

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Reflection

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His book is red. His hat is black.

Talk with a partner.

What are you good at?

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listening to and understanding English talking in English

reading in English writing in English

singing in English

What was your favourite activity?

Why was it your favourite activity?

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