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Student Workbook

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ANG-3101-2 Project Supervisor

Charles Gibbs

ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE JOINING A COMMUNITY

Secondary III

Antonia Tzinevrakis

Connecting Doors covers the complete Diversified Basic Education program for ESL courses for Secondary III.

THE SERIES INCLUDES THREE WORKBOOKS.

Mini-page à FINALISER

Mini-page à FINALISER

Joining a Community

It’s a Matter of Taste

Communicating Information

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The collection integrates grammar, vocabulary, listening and speaking tasks in an easy-to-use format.

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ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE

Secondary III

Student Workbook

Joining a Community

ANG-3101-2 Project Supervisor

Charles Gibbs Antonia Tzinevrakis

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ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The publisher wishes to thank the following people for their comments and suggestions during the development of this project: Mrs. Terri Charchuk, teacher, Maison des Adultes, C.s. des Premières-Seigneuries Mrs. Sylvie Anne Croteau, teacher, Centre l’Escale, C.s. des Draveurs Mrs. Catherine Dufresne, teacher, Centre la Croisée, C.s. des Affluents Mr. Giuseppe Fiorella, teacher, Centre Louis-Fréchette, C.s. de la Pointe-de-l’Île Mrs. Danielle Gendron, teacher, Centre Odilon-Gauthier, C.s. des Premières-Seigneuries Mr. Frédéric Lehoux, teacher, Centre d’éducation aux adultes du St-Maurice, C.s. de l’Énergie Mrs. Caroline Levasseur, teacher, Centre Odilon-Gauthier, C.s. des Premières-Seigneuries Mrs. Barbara Mann, teacher, Centre de l’Envol, C.s. des Découvreurs Mrs. Roxanne Roy, teacher, Centre du Nouvel-Envol, C.s. de la Vallée-des-Tisserands

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Table of Contents Structure of the Student Book..........................................................................

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chapter 1 Your Personality and Career Options.......................

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Subject Pronouns. ............................................................................................. Simple Present Tense.. ........................................................................................ The Verb To Be.................................................................................................. Contractions..................................................................................................... Simple Present Tense – Negative and Interrogative (Questions) Forms. ............................ Yes/No and Wh- Questions.. ................................................................................. Adverbs of Frequency.......................................................................................... Chapter Review and Self-Evaluation........................................................................

6 7 8 9 12 15 20 22

chapter 2 Staying Healthy. ........................................................... 24 Definite and Indefinite Articles............................................................................... Countable and Uncountable Nouns......................................................................... Modal Auxiliaries. .............................................................................................. Object Pronouns................................................................................................ Plural Form of Nouns. ......................................................................................... Chapter Review and Self-Evaluation........................................................................

27 28 33 37 38 42

chapter 3 Moving In. ...................................................................... 44 The Present Progressive Tense. ............................................................................. Adjectives........................................................................................................ There Is/There Are............................................................................................. Possessive Nouns.............................................................................................. Possessive Adjectives. ........................................................................................ Possessive Pronouns.......................................................................................... Chapter Review and Self-Evaluation........................................................................

46 50 53 58 59 60 62

chapter 4 Personal Budgeting..................................................... 64 Verb + Infinitive. ............................................................................................... The Simple Past Tense. ....................................................................................... Coordinating Conjunctions................................................................................... Prepositions..................................................................................................... Chapter Review and Self-Evaluation........................................................................

66 67 72 75 80

chapter 5 Entrepreneurship.......................................................... 82 Compound and Collective Nouns............................................................................ Gerunds as Subjects........................................................................................... Phrasal Verbs.. .................................................................................................. Future Tense (Will). ............................................................................................ Chapter Review and Self-Evaluation........................................................................

85 87 89 93 98

Grammar.......................................................................................................... 100 Communication and Learning Strategies.......................................................... 106 Glossary........................................................................................................... 114

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Structure of the Student Book Learning a new language can be fun. We hope you will find the activities in this book interesting and that you enjoy learning English. This book follows the story of four adults who meet at a career counselling workshop: Sandra, Binta, Amir and Amélie. They are different ages and have different backgrounds, needs and interests. Like you, they all have important decisions to make concerning their future studies and work. We hope that the dialogues and activities in this book will help you make your own decisions in the near future.

Chapter Structure At the beginning of each chapter, you will find two pages with illustrations or pictures. These pages will allow you to talk about the theme with your teacher and classmates. This will help you remember what you already know about the theme. Each chapter has pages for learning activities, grammar and vocabulary. The grammar and vocabulary pages will help you complete the activities that follow.

Activities The activities have one or more symbols that show what you have to do in that activity: interacting

reading

listening

writing

The instructions for each activity are clearly numbered (1, 2, 3…). You should follow the instructions in the correct order so you can maximize the benefit of each activity. The activities are divided into three sections:

A Plan

B Use

C Reinvest

In the Plan section, you will think about the situation, try to remember past experiences, give your opinion and practise the vocabulary you need for the activity. In the Use section, you will complete the activity using strategies and resources. In the Reinvest section, you will apply what you learned to a new situation. You may have to answer a question or complete a small task. You will see that you have progressed in English.

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The chapters have the following features:

Ways to Say It The Ways to Say It box helps you complete a speaking activity. This will give you ideas for how to say something.

This text is simply for you to learn unique aspects of culture in Québec and around the world.

Strategies Used Learning strategies will help you learn better and faster. Each activity has suggestions for the learning strategies you could use in that activity.

Word Bank The Word Bank is a short list of words that are useful to complete an activity, such as talking with someone on a certain topic. You can follow the structure in the examples and replace some words from the Word Bank or with different words you know.

Parts of Speech The Parts of Speech box is placed where you start learning a new aspect of English grammar. It will help you compare the different parts of speech so you can see how they all work together to form sentences.

iCT Challenge These are activities that will require you to use Information and Communication Technologies, such as computers or recording equipment. Ready for the challenge?

self-evaluatioN At the end of each chapter, there is a page where you can evaluate your own progress. You can also give your opinion about what you liked or did not like about the chapter.

The end of the book has the following sections:

Grammar The Grammar section is for reference. It will help you increase your vocabulary and find the correct word when you need it.

Communication and Learning Strategies In this section, the meaning of each communication and learning strategy is explained.

Glossary Most of the difficult words in the book are explained in French in the glossary. This will help you understand the instructions and texts. Words that are the same in English and French (cognates) are not included in the glossary.

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chapter

1 Your

Personality and Career Options In this chapter,

 you will…

introduce yourself

give personal information

learn how your personality can help you make career choices

talk about feelings related to work

review the Simple Present verb tense and contractions

ask Yes/No and Wh- questions

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Chapter Scenario This chapter follows four people who meet at a career orientation session. Derek, the career counsellor, helps each of them with their unique needs and interests as they explore job options. Look at the pictures. Discuss these questions with a partner or with the teacher: a) What do you think each person likes to do? b) Can you tell what kind of personality each person has? c) What kind of work can you see each person doing? Š Éditions Grand Duc 

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ACTIVITY 1

Introducing Yourself and Giving Personal Information In this activity, you will meet four adult students. They registered for a career orientation workshop at an employment agency.

A Plan 1 Have you attended an orientation workshop? Where?

Vocabulary Box workshop an information session

2 Was it helpful? Why or why not?

career counsellor a person who helps you decide on a career tour guide a person who leads you on a trip

B Use Sandra, Binta, Amir and Amélie meet each other for the first time. Read the dialogue on the next page. You can also listen. Then answer the questions below.

1 What is Binta’s job?

adventure tours trips that require physical activity loan money you have to pay back appointment time and place to meet

2 What kind of tours does Binta plan? 3 What does Sandra want to do in the future?

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4 What does Amélie want to do in the future? 5 What does Amélie enjoy? 6 What languages does Amir speak?

Strategies Used Inferring

7 Where is Amir from? 8 Where does Amir want to study?

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Track 1 Derek Welcome to the career orientation workshop, e ­ veryone. I’m Derek, the career counsellor. Before we begin, could you please introduce yourselves and tell us what your interests are. Binta

My name is Binta. I’m a tour guide in a travel agency. I really enjoy being with people. I plan adventure tours for people who enjoy nature. I’m thinking of starting my own business. I’m also very interested in social media.

Amélie My name is Amélie. I need to get information about the job market. I had a job a long time ago, before my children were born. Now they are adults. I’m back at school and I need to finish some courses. I really enjoy calculating. I’m thinking about a career in accounting. Amir

Hi, everyone! My name’s Amir. I speak French, Arabic and English. I’m originally from Morocco. I arrived here with my parents two years ago. I would like to enter a ­technical program.

Derek What kind of adventure tours do you organize?

Derek What are your hobbies, Amir?

Binta

Amir

I love the outdoors, so I plan bike and hiking tours.

Derek Nice to meet you, Binta. And the next person? Sandra Hi, I’m Sandra. I have a young son so it’s impossible for me to travel like Binta. I’m not very active. I’m a full-time student. I want to work in health care, maybe nursing. Derek Thank you. And the person after Sandra?

I really like cars. I often watched my father when he worked on his car. Do you know where I can study auto mechanics? Can I get a student loan?

Derek Yes, there are many programs in different schools. You can make an appointment to see me next week. Amir

Could I meet you next ­Tuesday after class?

Derek Yes, that would be fine. Now that everyone has introduced themselves, we can start the workshop.

C Reinvest 1 Write a note introducing yourself to a counsellor. Tell him or her about the things you enjoy doing, like in the dialogue. Then ask for an appointment.

2 Introduce yourself and give personal information to someone in the class. You can talk to the teacher or a classmate.

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Parts of Speech

Grammar Pronoun Verb

Subject Pronouns

a word that replaces a name or a thing

Adverb

a word that describes a verb

Article

a word that identifies a noun

Noun

a person, place, thing or idea

Modal auxiliary Adjective Preposition/Conjunction

NOTE

un that The word I is a prono letter I. always takes a capital t You and I were mean to fly. t You and i were mean to fly.

a word that shows an action or state

✓ ✗

a word that adds meaning to a verb a word that describes a noun words that show the relationship between nouns or sentences

Subject pronouns are words that replace the names of people, animals or things. I

You

We

You

He

She

They

The pronoun it is used to replace an object, animal or idea in the singular form. “A lion escaped from the zoo! It is very dangerous!”

“Did you finish your test?” “Yes, I put it on the table.”

Grammar Practice Change the nouns in each sentence to subject pronouns.

1 The exam was great!

Paul isn’t here.

wasn’t difficult!

2 Blue and yellow are my favourite colours. 3 Bintou and I are going to the party. 4 Are you and Sonia best friends?

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He

is at the auto show.

make me feel good. were invited. are always together.

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Grammar

Parts of Speech

Simple Present Tense Pronoun

DATE:

a word that replaces a name or a thing

Verb

a word that shows an action or state

Adverb

a word that describes a verb

Article

a word that identifies a noun

Noun

a person, place, thing or idea

Modal auxiliary

a word that adds meaning to a verb

Adjective

a word that describes a noun

Preposition/Conjunction

words that show the relationship between nouns or sentences

The Simple Present tense in English is easy. We use it to express habits or usual actions, general facts and preferences (likes and dislikes).

Simple Present Tense Habits and Usual Actions

Preferences (Likes and Dislikes)

General Fact

I work at the hospital every day.

Math is important in business.

Those guys love cars.

She sometimes speaks English at work.

She begins her shift at 8:15.

Binta adores organizing tours.

I work You work He/She/It/The machine works We work You work They work

When we use the Simple Present tense, the verb does not change from the base form… except when we talk about a single person or thing in the singular form (= one). We add the letter s to the verb. This is the called the third person singular form. Here are some rules to help with spelling verbs when you add the letter s:

General Rule

Examples (Base Form)

Examples (Simple Present, Third Person Singular)

For verbs that end in -ch, -sh, -s, -x or -z, a final -es is added.

pass cash

That river passes through the city. He cashes cheques.

With the verbs to do and to go, a final -es is added.

do go

This team does its best. Where his mother goes, he goes.

The verb to have has a form of its own that ends in -s.

have

This truck has four-wheel drive.

For verbs ending in a consonant and a -y, the -y changes to an -i and -es is added.

apply worry

He applies the rules. She worries too much.

For verbs ending in a vowel and a -y, only a final -s is added.

pay buy

He pays well. She buys her fruits at the market.

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The infinitive form = “to” + base form to be to have to say

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Grammar

The Verb To Be

The verb to be is used to talk about a place or a state of being (feelings, age, temperature, etc.).

I am in Sherbrooke. We are feeling very tired. Wendy is 30 years old.

The verb to be is an exception from other verbs in the Simple Present tense. It changes in the first person (I form) as well:

I am You are He/She/It/My neighbour is You are We are They/The students are

Grammar Practice Complete the sentences. Change the words in parentheses from the infinitive to the Simple Present tense. Use contractions like on page 9 if possible.

1 Many college students

Example: takes Paula (to take) her cat to the veterinarian once a year.

(to look) for summer jobs every year.

2 Ralph

(to cash) his paycheque every 15 days.

3 We can’t leave yet. The train

(neg.) here.

 My sister

(to go) to her yoga class on Monday and

Wednesday evenings.

 Sam and I

(to be) badminton partners.

 Are you looking for Heather and Jacob? They  I

over there!

(to worry) a lot about you.

 She

(to stretch) before she

(to start)

her exercise class.

 We  They

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(to manage) the business now. (neg.) disappointed with their decision.

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Grammar

Contractions

Contractions are very common in English. Contractions are two words that are joined together after one or more letters have been removed. Contractions are often used between a pronoun and the verb to be. It takes a lot of practice in pronunciation. Can you see which letter has been removed? I’m leaving.

1 I am leaving.

Letter removed:

You’re eating.

2 You are eating.

Letter removed:

3 He is thinking.

He’s thinking.

Letter removed:

4 She is helping.

She’s helping.

Letter removed:

It’s raining.

5 It is raining.

Letter removed:

We’re working.

6 We are working.

Letter removed:

They’re meeting.

7 They are meeting.

Letter removed:

Contractions can also be formed in two different ways between the verb to be and the negative word not (except after I am): You are not afraid.

You aren’t afraid. / You’re not afraid.

You are + not

You + are not

He is not going.

He isn’t going. / He’s not going.

He is + not

He + is not

She is not a good singer.

She isn’t a good singer. / She’s not a good singer.

She is + not

She + is not

It is not a nice day.

It isn’t a nice day. / It’s not a nice day.

It is + not

We are not ready.

We aren’t ready. / We’re not ready.

We are + not

They are not here.

They aren’t here. / They’re not here.

They are + not

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We + are not

They + are not

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ACTIVITY 2

Talking About Feelings In the text below, Derek describes what kind of work he does.

A Plan Look at how Derek describes the way he feels and the way his clients feel. What are some words that he uses to express his feelings and other people’s feelings? Write the words here. You can look up new words in the glossary.

Vocabulary Box

employment agency a place you go for help to find work

psychology the study of human behaviour

challenging not easy

“My name is Derek. I’m a career counsellor and I work for an employment agency. I need to be informed about job projections in the future. This is one way of presenting different career options to people in the community. I like to help others. Sometimes I feel stressed. To relax, I enjoy listening to jazz music and reading books on psychology. I do my best to find careers that fit with my clients’ personalities. Some people are frightened that a job is too challenging. Some people want to feel independent. They want a job where they can express their individuality. Other people want a job that makes them feel safe and secure. Order

newcomer someone who is new to the job or to the country disappointed a feeling of not having what you want disoriented a feeling of not being in your normal place determined persistent discover find

is very important to them. It’s important to make newcomers in the community feel comfortable and help them integrate into society and the job market. I know how they feel, because I also immigrated to Québec. At first, I was also confused and disoriented, but determined. I met a career counsellor who was

My New Words

welcoming and helped me discover my abilities. Thanks to her, I now have a career that’s truly rewarding!”

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B Use Read the text again. Then answer the questions below. Circle T for a true answer and F for a false answer. If the answer is false, write the correct answer. Example: Derek is a counsellor in a school.  T

F

Derek works for an employment agency.

1 Derek has to know about future job prospects.  T 2 He presents job choices to his clients.  T 3 He always feels stressed.  T

F

4 He goes jogging to relax.  T

F

F

F

5 Derek believes that some people need to feel free at work.  T 6 Derek felt secure when he arrived in Québec.  T

F

F

C Reinvest

Strategies Used

Discuss the following questions with a partner or with the teacher. Write your answer in the space provided.

Making hypotheses

1 Do you think it is difficult to choose a career? Why or why not?

Paying selective attention

Note-taking

2 Do you think an orientation counsellor can help you with your career choice? How?

3 How do you need to feel in your job? Why?

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Grammar

Simple Present Tense – Negative and Interrogative (Question) Forms

To use the Simple Present tense in the negative form, we place the word doesn’t before the verb when the subject is in the third person singular form (he, she, it, a name or thing in the singular form). Doesn’t is a contraction of the words does + not. We use the word don’t for the subjects I, you, we, they or other subjects in the plural form. Don’t is a contraction of the words do + not. Examples: I don’t smoke. (= I do not smoke.) She doesn’t meet people. (= She does not meet people.)

Third person singular form

It doesn’t have a good reputation. (= It does not have a good reputation.)

They don’t come here often. (= They do not come here often.) In the interrogative (question) form, we use do or does before the pronoun.

NOTE

Do you want to go now?

estion In the negative and qu takes ver ne b forms, the ver an s. He doesn’t go there.

Does he travel?

Third person singular form

Does it always do that?

Does she think that?

Do we pay that much every month?

Grammar Practice Conjugate the verbs using the Simple Present tense. Verbs with “neg.” must be placed in the negative form. Remember to use the question form in sentences ending with a question mark (?).

Example: Julianne loves

(to love) her job.

Julianne’s Job Julianne

(to go) to work in the morning with a smile on her face. Her co-workers always (to ask) her, “What

them there is no secret. Julianne

(to be) your secret?” She (to be) a morning person. She

(to need, neg.) a coffee to wake up. She always

(to get) out of bed two hours before she

(to leave) the house and She

(to tell)

(to arrive) on the job an hour before starting.

(to get) a lot of her most important work done before 9 a.m. I

(to have) to say that she always

(to take) time to have lunch.

(to get) stressed when she (to feel) pressure at work, but she usually

she

(to have) many clients to serve? Sure, we all (to try) to maintain a balance

in her life.

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Grammar 1 The Simple Present tense. Complete the paragraph with the correct form of the verb in parentheses in the Simple Present tense. If you see (neg.), put the verb in the negative form. If you see (int.), put the verb in the interrogative (question) form. Olivier he

(to like) to speak to people. I

(to think, neg.)

(to stay) at home much. He

He sometimes

(to study) hard all week.

(to watch) movies. He

(to try) to get out on

Saturdays and Sundays. What kind of job to have in the future? He His parents

he

(to want, int.)

(to plan) be a lawyer or a social worker. (to prefer) law. He

(to have) about two years of studying

before he can apply.

2 Pronouns and contractions. Replace the underlined word with the correct pronoun and the contracted form of the verb to be. a) I help patients.

a nurse.

b) Anne-Marie speaks two languages. c) I like mathematics.

bilingual. easy.

d) Do you see Francis and Ali? e) John and Peter are architects. Why

right there! (neg.) good at building things?

3 Adverbs of frequency. Fill in the blanks with the correct adverbs of frequency. More than one answer is sometimes possible. a) I go shopping for clothes twice a year. I

go shopping.

b) By law, the company closes for two weeks in July. It c) I go out when I’m not tired. I

closes.

go out.

d) Priscilla goes to the gym after work five days a week. She e) Abdoul is allergic to peanuts. He

goes to the gym.

eats peanuts.

4 Asking questions. Write the questions that go with the answers. a) He speaks two languages. b) The employment centre is downtown. c) It costs $20. d) No, she doesn’t drive to work. e) I get to work by subway.

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Giving Personal Information Answer the following questions in complete sentences. a) Introduce yourself and give some personal information to someone you just met.

b) How would you describe your personality?

c) How do you want to feel at work? Why?

Speaking Introduce yourself to the teacher. Talk about: a) your interests, abilities and talents; b) your personality (qualities, personality traits, personality type); c) your career options and plans.

SELF-EVALUATION

1 How much progress have you made during this chapter? Read the following statements. Check the box that shows how you feel. Yes

No

a) I can introduce myself..........................................................................

b) I can describe my personality.............................................................

c) I can talk about my feelings.................................................................

d) I can ask Yes/No questions and Wh- questions................................

e) I can use the Simple Present tense....................................................

f) I can use contractions...........................................................................

Maybe

2 What do you like best about this chapter? Why?

3 What do you not like about this chapter? Why?

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Student Workbook

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Student Workbook COMPLIES WITH THE PROGRAM IN THE NEW CURRICULUM

Joining a Community

ANG-3101-2 Project Supervisor

Charles Gibbs

The Connecting Doors series is specially designed for the new English as a Second Language program for adult education. This innovative material proposes a variety of well-structured activities that will capture students’ attention and maintain motivation as they progress in English.

Secondary III

Antonia Tzinevrakis

ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE JOINING A COMMUNITY

The collection integrates grammar, vocabulary, listening and speaking tasks in an easy-to-use format. Connecting Doors covers the complete Diversified Basic Education program for ESL courses for Secondary III.

ANG-3101-2

THE SERIES INCLUDES THREE WORKBOOKS.

Joining a Community

It’s a Matter of Taste

Communicating Information

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