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THE HEART AND MIND APPROACH Il corso che parte dal cuore e arriva alla mente

Mariagrazia Bertarini

Martha Huber

Paolo Iotti

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CONTENTS WELCOME KIDS! p. 2

Unit

1

AROUND THE WORLD IN 80 DAYS p. 6

Unit

2

SCHOOL IN NEVERLAND

Unit

p. 34

3

A DAY WITH TUTANKHAMUN

p. 36 Unit

4

GULLIVER IN LILLIPUT

p. 50 Life Skills Unit

p. 64

JOURNEY INTO THE EARTH

p. 66 Unit

TREASURE ISLAND

p. 80

FESTIVITIES AND EXTRAS

What’s the weather like? It’s (sunny)!

Seasons and months

When’s your birthday? It’s in (December).

School subjects: Science, PE, ICT, Geography, Music, History, Maths, English, Art

What time is it? It’s (two) o’clock.

Adjectives: excellent at, (very) good at, not very good at

p. 94 p. 96

WORDLIST

p. 104

ACTIVITY TIME

p. 108

SPECIAL PAGES

When’s (History)? It’s on (Monday).

CLIL – Science Matter Living English Going to school CLIL – Art Lines Living English Kensington Gardens

Wendy is (not very good at PE).

Classwork and homework Daily routine: get up, have a shower, What time does he get up? get dressed, have breakfast, go to school, At (half past six). have lunch, go home, do sport, Do you have a shower in the have dinner, go to bed morning? Yes, I always have a shower in the Parts of the day morning. Adverbs of frequency

CLIL – History How ancient Egyptians make a mummy

He’s (young). Physical description: bald, freckles, wavy hair, spiky hair, straight hair, fringe, He’s got (glasses) and (spiky blond hair). beard, ponytail, curly hair, glasses Has he got (glasses)? Yes, he has. / Descriptive adjectives: young, old, plump, No, he hasn’t. slim, short, tall What’s he like? He is (plump). / He has got (a beard).

CLIL – PE Basketball

Living English Egyptian art in London

Living English Giants in the English-Speaking World

My avatar

Axel’s rucksack is green. Is it Martha’s rucksack? Yes, it is. / No, it isn’t.

Natural places: waterfall, river, lake, volcano, mountain, cave Wild animals: butterfly, hummingbird, bat, parrot, iguana, tapir, jaguar, spider, mosquito, tortoise, lizard, frog

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Life Skills

Weather: foggy, snowy, cold, rainy, warm, sunny, hot, windy, cool, cloudy

Personal possessions: helmet, notebook, camera, compass, sleeping bag, magnifying glass, rainproof jacket, trekking shoes, torch, rucksack

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Revision unit

Days of the week

p. 20 Life Skills

MAIN VOCABULARY

Parts of the body: claws, trunk, whiskers, fur, scales, feathers

Its colour is… It’s got… It can… It eats…

CLIL – Geography Volcanoes Living English Volcanoes in the UK and around the world

CLIL – Science Weird animals Living English Oak Island

Dealing with my anger Halloween – Bonfire night – Merry Christmas – Boxing Day – Easter Bonnet Parade – The Queen’s Birthday – Learning to learn: Listening skills

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WELCOME KIDS!

U n it 1 Listen and complete. ready

books

name

beautiful

adventures

2 Hello kids, my is Mr Green! I love and my garden is full of stories. Are you for a new year of ?

2 Match the pictures and the titles of the books. Listen and check.

3

A DAY WITH TUTANKHAMUN TREASURE ISLAND 1

2

JOURNEY INTO THE EARTH

AROUND THE WORLD IN 80 DAYS Gulliver’s Travels

3

4

PETER PAN

Do you know these stories? Which is your favourite book? 5

2

6


3 Draw or stick a photo of yourself in the space and complete

Revision U n it

the map. You can write or draw.

I’m

I’m

I l i ke

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Now it’s your turn!

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4 Tell a friend.

no

Hi, my name’s Claire. I’m nine. I like my dog. I don’t like fish…

3


WELCOME KIDS!

5 Play with your friends.

20 A B C D E F G H 4

30

40

50

60

70


Revision U n it

6 Think about a boy and a girl in your class. Draw and write two riddles.

He’s

She’s

but he isn’t

.

He’s got but he hasn’t got

but she isn’t

.

She’s got .

He can

but she hasn’t got

.

She can

but he can’t

.

He likes but he doesn’t like

Who is he?

.

She likes .

Today he’s wearing but he isn’t wearing

but she can’t but she doesn’t like

.

Today she’s wearing .

but she isn’t wearing

.

Who is she?

7 Play the Who’s Wearing…? Game with your friend. Who’s wearing a yellow T-shirt?

Josh!

5


U n it

1

AROUND THE WORLD IN 80 DAYS

3 cold 2 snowy

4 rainy 5 warm

1 foggy 6 sunny

6


1 Look and tick.

1

U n it

I can see… an elephant

a bird

a jacket

a bear

a horse

a kite

2 Listen and say. 9 cool 7 hot 8 windy

10 cloudy

4

3 Listen and sing.

5-6

What’s the weather… what’s the weather… what’s the weather like today? Tell me children, what’s the weather… what’s the weather like today? Is it sunny? Is it cloudy? Is it windy or hot today? Is it snowy? Is it rainy? Is it foggy or cold today?

4 Play the game. It’s cold.

You’re in New York.

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AROUND THE WORLD IN 80 DAYS

5 Listen and say.

7

LIVING GRAMMAR

What’s the weather like?

6 Listen and play The Guessing Game.

°

1

°

4

8

8

2

°

3

°

5

°

6

°

What’s the weather like today? Number five!

It’s sunny!

It’s rainy and cold. Right!


7 Listen and say.

1

U n it

9

spring

summer

autumn

winter

8 Complete. 1 In

the weather is usually

.

2 In

the weather is usually

.

3 In

the weather is usually

.

4 In

the weather is usually

.

9 Read, think and complete. Listen and check. 1 School is closed. I can’t

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2 I can drink hot chocolate,

go to school but I can go on holiday with my family. My favourite season is . 3 I can ride my bike and play

in the park. I can paint Easter eggs, too. My favourite season is

I can read books on the sofa and I can write Christmas cards. My favourite season is . 4 I can see my school friends

every day and I can wear my Halloween costume. My favourite season is .

.

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AROUND THE WORLD IN 80 DAYS

10 Listen and say.

LIVING GRAMMAR

11

When’s your birthday?

It’s in December.

11 Write the months of the year in the correct order. Listen and check. Febr uary 1 2

April

3 4 5 6

March June

January

July

Augu st

September

May October

November

7 8 9 10 11 12

December

12 Read and guess. When’s Aouda’s birthday? Aouda, when’s your birthday?

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It’s in autumn, but it isn’t in September and it isn’t in October.

Work in groups. Surf the Internet and look for the weather in London, New York, Sydney and in two other towns or cities in different continents. Then make a poster with words and pictures.

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CHATTING

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U n it

13 Complete the dialogue. Then listen and act with a friend. Jane Hello, Ben. It’s Jane.

1

13

• When’s your birthday? • it’s very hot • from Sydney, Australia • it’s cold and snowy • Is it in the garden? • Hi, Jane!

Ben Jane Can you come to my birthday party? Ben Yes, I can. Jane It’s in December, at my house. Ben Jane Nooo! Ben Why? Jane Why are you surprised? in December.

Ben Because

.

Jane Hot? Ben... in December Ben Jane! In December it’s hot and sunny. Jane Mmm… are you Ben Carter?

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Ben No! I’m Ben Robinson Jane Australia? Oh, dear…

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Can you repeat it three times?

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a rc h m e r ke t . In M erkats a m e m a rc h t o t h

15 Listen and circle. 1

chick

kick

2

chain

cane

3

cheese

keys

4

chat

cat

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AROUND THE WORLD IN 80 DAYS

16 Listen to the story. It’s a nice day, today!

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Yes, it’s cold but it’s sunny.

1

And it’s windy, too! Look at the trees, Mr Fix.

Yes, it is. It’s from Aouda. She’s in England. The weather is bad. Bad?

Is it a letter from England?

3

4

Yes, it’s rainy. Look at the photo!

What cake?

Aouda is beautiful and that cake is very nice.

12

Mr Fogg! There’s a letter for you!

2

Thank you, Passepartout.

5

You can’t judge a book by its cover.

6

Look! The cake with candles on the table.


I’m sorry sir, I can’t. We’ve got a problem...

7

Oh, no! Her birthday is in November. Passepartout, send her a birthday card immediately.

8

A cake? Where’s the cake?

Help!

9

U n it

1

10

17 Act out the story. 18 True or false?

T

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1 The weather is cool. 2 Passepartout has got a letter for Mr Fogg.

3 The weather in England is snowy. 4 Aouda’s birthday is in December.

5 There is an Indian behind the window. 6 The Indians want the cake.

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MONTH Scotland England Wales

SPE

and and

Northern Ireland

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and

and

20 Do a class survey. Interview your friends and complete the chart.

When’s your birthday?

Is it in June?

Is it in August?

It’s in summer. No, it isn’t. Yes, it is!

NAME

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SEASON

MONTH


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21 Read and complete the map.

1

Hi, my name’s Colin. I’m nine. I love autumn! My birthday is in September and I like birthday parties. I like monsters and at the end of October I can wear my Halloween costume. of I like warm colours and in autumn the colours nature are red, yellow, orange and brown. foggy I like foggy days and in November it’s usually and cold. y I don’t like rainy days, but there are lots of rain days in autumn! I can’t ride my bike, but I can read books. Oh… and I love winter, too. I love Christmas time and in December I can write my present list!!! he’s

September

he can

vou a f

he can’t

Colin he likes

onths m e rit er weath

sp ec ial da ys

he doesn’t like

22 Write about the boy. Start with His name’s… WRI

T

ING

Then make your own map.

15


1 Listen and read.

SCIENCE Matter 18

Is rain matter?

Matter is all around us. The sandwich in your hand, the milk you drink, the air you breathe.

Matter has a weight.

Matter has a volume. It occupies a space.

2 Tick what is matter. Listen and check.

16

19

orange juice

water

spring

elephant

bike

ice

air

light

January

rain

love

wind

ice cream

tree

snow


Is air matter? 3 Listen and do the experiment.

1 Put the ball in the container full of water.

20

2 Put the glass upside down on the ball.

Is water matter?

1 Mark the water line on the glass.

22

Water is matter because… stones are heavy.

the glass is magic. d You nee • a glass full of water • stones • a marker pen

2

3

Put one… two… three stones in the water.

6 Think and complete. Listen and check.

Push down.

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it occupies a space.

5 Listen and do the experiment.

U n it

1

3

4 Think and complete. Listen and check. Air is matter because… it is transparent.

d You nee • a transparent container full of water • a table tennis ball • a glass

The water comes out of the glass.

23

water doesn’t like stones.

n ow the stones occupy the space of water.

17


Going to school

1 Listen and complete. elephant father

24

birthday sister

bus big

a river, I live in India. My village is on I wait for so ever y . the boat with my d we We cross the river by boat an . go to I live in Thailand. I usually go to school by bus, but today is my and I’m going to school by !!! (My front of me!)

18

is in

friends

school

yellow

house

I live in a

car

morning

city

in Japan. Every morning my goes to work by and he takes me to school.

I live in Texas. Every day I go to school by . I wait for the big school bus in front of my . On the bus I meet all my school friends.


2 Listen and choose.

U n it

25

I live in Vietnam. Every morning I meet my friends and we go to school by bike / motorbike.

We live in London. Every morning we meet in front of my house and we go to school by car / on foot.

I live in Dublin. Every morning I go to school by scooter / bike. I usually go alone, because the school is very near.

I live in Canada. In winter it’s very cold and my brother takes me to school on a sleigh / by snowmobile.

1

Where do you live? How do you go to school in the morning?

19


U n it

2

SCHOOL IN NEVERLAND 1 Science 2 PE

4 Geography

5 Music

7 Maths

20

8 English


1 Look and tick.

U n it

2

I can see‌

3 ICT

a girl

a shirt

a boy

a ball

a dog

a book

2 Listen and say.

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3 Listen and sing.

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I like Science and PE, Music, History and ICT. Geography and Maths can be great fun but English is number one!

4 Play the game. I like Geography. 6 History

9 Art

I like Geography and Art.

I like Geography, Art and PE.

21


SCHOOL IN NEVERLAND

5 Listen and say.

29

LIVING GRAMMAR

What time is it?

6 Look and complete. Listen and check.

It’s two o’clock.

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O’CLOCK

A

to

L

A It’s twelve o’clock B It’s five past

pas t

B

. one. .

C It’s ten

C

WHAT TIME IS IT?

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D

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G

F

pas t

to

H

HALF PAST

7 Listen and play The Time Game.

22

E It’s twenty

.

F It’s twenty-five G It’s half past six

.

H It’s twenty-five to eight

.

I It’s twenty

.

J It’s a quarter

.

K It’s ten

.

L It’s five

.

.

31

TIMETABLE

What time is it? Let’s go. We have Maths at half past nine.

three.

D It’s a quarter A QUARTER PAST

A QUARTER TO

K

It’s half past nine.

8:00

8:45

9:30

10:15

11:00

ICT

ART

Maths

Science

Geography

11:40

14:05

14:50

15:35

English

History

Music

PE


8 Listen and say.

2

U n it

32

LIVING GRAMMAR

When’s History?

9 Listen and number.

It’s on Monday.

33

Saturday

Monday

Wednesday

Sunday

10 Listen and complete.

Thursday

Tuesday

Friday

34

Mon

Tue

Wed

Thu

Fri

8:30 English

Science

Art

10:30 History

11 Now look at your timetable and answer. 1 When’s English?

It’s on

5 When’s Art?

at

.

2 When’s PE?

It’s

.

It’s

.

7 When’s History?

.

4 When’s Maths?

It’s

.

6 When’s Geography?

3 When’s Science?

It’s

It’s

It’s

.

8 When’s Music?

.

It’s

.

23


SCHOOL IN NEVERLAND

12 Listen and say.

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excellent at

good at

not very good at

13 Look and complete. PE

MATHS

ICT

HISTORY

Wendy

Peter Pan Wendy is

PE.

Peter Pan is

PE.

She is

Maths.

He is

Maths.

She is

ICT.

He is

ICT.

She is

History.

He is

History.

14 Listen and check.

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24

SK

AL RE

A

T

Work in pairs. Choose a country in the world and find out what kids study at primary school. Make a chart and report the information to your friends.


CHATTING

TIME!

U n it

15 Complete the dialogue. Then listen and act with a friend. Alec

• It’s on Tuesday • worms are disgusting • Your worms are in the fridge! • you’re excellent at Science • I’ve got it • How are you?

I’m angry! I can’t find the school timetable.

Alec

.

Debbie Oh, Alec

When is Science? at ten past eight.

Debbie Oh no! It’s terrible!

!

Debbie Terrible? But Alec

37

Hi Debbie, it’s Alec.

Debbie Hi, Alec.

Alec

2

Yes, but I can’t find my project.

Debbie What project? Alec

I can’t find my worm collection. !

Debbie Oh Alec, Alec

They aren’t in the bathroom… They aren’t in my bedroom…

Mum

ALEC! Come here immediately!

Debbie Ha ha ha ha! Oh Alec!

16 Listen and say.

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THE SO

Can you repeat it three times?

She

UND

GA M

E

is a se ashel l scientist.

17 Listen and say.

39

Science scientist sceptre scent ship

shirt

she

shell

25


He who laughs last, laughs loudest.

SCHOOL IN NEVERLAND

18 Listen to the story.

40

Today is Monday. We have Maths, English and PE.

English is difficult! I’m good at English.

1

I’m very good at English. Listen: pirate private property. Pirate private…

2

English is at eleven o’clock, then we have PE.

Look! Ah!

I can swim. I can fly!

I’m very good at PE. I can do judo!

3

I’m excellent at Maths. Listen: one, two, three…

PE is at two o’clock. Now we have Maths. I can’t count.

5

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4

I’m not very good at Maths.

OK! OK! Let’s learn how to read a clock.

6


Peter, what time is it?

I don’t know.

7

Crocodile, what time is it?

Really? What time is it?

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Ha ha ha! You can’t read the clock!

8

You’re wrong. I can read it.

9

Mmm...

2

It’s lunchtime!

Argh!!!

10

19 Act out the story. 20 Answer. 1 What day is it? 2 Is Peter good at English? 3 Is Captain Hook very good at PE? 4 Is the crocodile good at Maths? 5 Can Peter Pan read the clock? 6 What time is it?

27


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EN I ST

21 Listen to Gary and complete his timetable.

ING

Monday

ICT

Tuesday Wednesday

Art Geography

Thursday Friday

AK SPE

ING

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Science English

22 Think about a scientist or a sport champion. Imagine and complete his/her school report card. Tell your friend about it.

Name: He/She is

at English. Science. ICT. Art. Maths. Music. Geography. History. PE.

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His name’s Usain Bolt. He is an athlete. He is excellent at...


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2

Hi, my name’s Brenda. My favourite day is Wednesday. t two On Wednesday I have ICT, Art and at half pas I have History! I’m very good at ICT. I’m good at Art, but I’m excellent at History. Oh yes, my favourite subject is History and and I like ancient Egypt very much. I like pyramids hieroglyphics. My hero is Tutankhamun. day My grandfather is a History teacher and on Sun at we usually surf the Internet and read about gre explorers and archaeologists. PS: I’m not very good at Music. I can’t sing!

favourite day

favourite subject

she likes hero

excellent at Brenda

very good at good at not very good at

she can’t

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24 Write about the girl. Start with Her name’s… 29


ART Lines 1 Read and write. Listen and check.

Next Sunday let’s visit a museum! Mr.Green

42

A line is a point that moves in a space. There are different kinds of lines: wavy, curved, zigzag and straight lines, horizontal, diagonal and vertical lines, thin, thick and broken lines.

1

2

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

2 Look at the picture and find the different kinds of lines. Check with your friends.

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3 Look at the two pictures and describe the one you prefer.

It’s a painting by I like it because of

2

. .

I can see lines. The cold colours are . The warm colours are . The complementary colours are . My title for it is .

31


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1 Listen and complete. rabbits

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magic

Peter Pan

smartphone

old

can

Kensington Gardens are one of the Royal Parks of London. and it’s The park is the setting of the book . full of find the Peter Pan bronze Here you ! statue. It’s one hundred years , On the statue you can see squirrels, mice and fairies. at the statue, If you point your you can see Peter alive. If you point your smartphone at the plaque, you receive a call from Peter Pan!

2 Listen and read.

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In Kensington Gardens you can find an Indian camp. Princess Tiger Lily lives in one of the teepees.

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In the centre of the playground there is a big pirate ship. It is Captain Hook’s ship!


3 Listen and complete.

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2

The Elfin Oak is a sculpture made from the trunk of an oak tree. Look carefully and you can see a fairy, elves and a pig. It’s a It’s a

.

They’re

.

.

In Kensington Gardens there are often fun events. Sometimes you can see people in old clothes playing ancient games, like a tug-of-war competition or a hat-throwing competition. It’s a

competition.

It’s a

competition.

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LIFE SKILLS 6 Classwork and homework 1 Read and tick. 1 I prefer working…

3 A leader in a group is...

alone.

I prefer…

necessary.

in pairs.

to be the leader.

not necessary.

in groups.

not to be the leader.

4 When I don’t understand, …

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2 When I work in pairs,

5 I prefer…

6 During oral work I speak…

I ask.

oral work.

only to the teacher.

I don’t ask.

written work.

to all my school friends.


7 During written work I need…

silence. to be alone. 8 To understand and remember I need…

to read the lesson again and again. to read the lesson alone. to see many pictures. t o speak about it with a friend or with my parents. to write notes or keywords. to draw maps.

Teamwork is great!

9 At home, I usually do my homework…

in the kitchen. in my bedroom. in the afternoon. in the evening.

Draw your ideal place to study.

L TASK

REA

in the morning before school.

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A DAY WITH TUTANKHAMUN

2 have

1 get up

a shower

4 have

5 go to

breakfast

school

7 go

home

8 do

sport

9 have

dinner

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10 go

to bed


1 Look and find. How many beetles can you see?

3 get

dressed

2 Listen and say. 3 Listen and sing.

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3

46 47-48

Good morning, good morning. It’s half past six, good morning. Good morning, good morning. It’s time to get up! I have a shower,

6 have

lunch

I get dressed, I have breakfast, then I go to school! Good afternoon, good afternoon. It’s midday, good afternoon. Good afternoon, good afternoon. It’s time for lunch. I go home, I do sport, I have dinner, then I go to bed. Good night!

4 Play the game. I get up, then I have a shower.

I have a shower, then I get dressed.

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A DAY WITH TUTANKHAMUN

5 Listen and say.

49

LIVING GRAMMAR

What time does he get up?

6 Listen and play The Guessing Game.

At half past six.

50

Is it a boy or a girl? What time does she get up?

A girl! At seven o’clock.

She’s Nefertari.

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Yes, right!

Tutankhamun

Ahmose

Nefertari

Tuthmosis


7 Listen and say.

in the morning

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51

at midday

in the afternoon

in the evening

at night

3

at midnight

8 Think and answer. 1 Can you have dinner in the morning?

4 Can you have lunch at midnight?

2 Can you go to school at night?

5 Can you do sport at midday?

3 Can you have a shower in the afternoon?

6 Can you go to bed in the evening?

9 Read and write the opposite about Leda. 1 Her name is Leda.

Her name is Adel.

2 She gets up in the morning. 3 She has lunch at midday. 4 She does sport in the afternoon. 5 She has dinner in the evening. 6 She goes to bed at midnight.

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A DAY WITH TUTANKHAMUN

11 Listen and say.

always

52

usually

often

sometimes

never

12 Ask your friend about his/her Sunday routine and complete the chart. Claire, do you have a shower in the morning?

NAME

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get up at 7:00

Yes, I always have a shower in the morning.

pla y sport

ha ve l u n c h a t 1 2 :0 0

play with fri e n ds

Work in groups. Find out about the daily routine of the ancient Egyptians. Then draw a chart.

ha v e a s ho w er


CHATTING

TIME!

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13 Complete the dialogue. Then listen and act with a friend. Aunt Meryl Hello, Robert. It’s Aunt Meryl. How are you? Aunt Meryl Oh, wonderful! What do you usually do? in the morning.

Robert Aunt Meryl At six o’clock in the morning? Robert

to the desert.

Yes, then

Aunt Meryl A camel? Robert

Yes, a camel.

Aunt Meryl Wow! Do you have lunch? Robert

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• I usually ride a camel • Because I’m hungry! • I usually have dinner at five o’clock • Then I go to bed • Then I climb a pyramid. • I usually get up at six o’clock • Fine, thanks!

I’m in Egypt.

Robert

3

in the afternoon.

Sometimes, but

Aunt Meryl What do you have for dinner? Robert

, but I can’t sleep.

Bread and water!

Aunt Meryl Oh dear… why? Robert Aunt Meryl Robert… come back home immediately! Robert Ha ha ha… Aunt Meryl, it’s a joke. I’m not in Egypt. I’m at home. I’m studying ancient Egypt.

14 Listen and say.

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THE SO

Can you repeat it three times?

UND

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B i n o t r i s d ra w s a b r o w n d re s s .

15 Listen and say. brush

bread

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dress

16 Listen and circle. 1

=

2

=

drink 56 3

=

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A DAY WITH TUTANKHAMUN

17 Listen to the story. We’re in the Egyptian room. Don’t touch the mummies.

Let a sleeping dog lie.

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You’re an excellent teacher!

1

Ancient Egyptians love cats. True. I’ve got a cat.

2

Eddy! Don’t touch it!

Ancient Egyptians get up at 5 o’clock in the morning.

Thank you, teacher!

No! I usually get up when the museum closes. 3

4

Then they have a shower…

5

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A shower? I can’t have a shower!

… and then they go to school!

6

Yes, right. I like reading and writing hieroglyphs on papyrus!


Julia! Don’t touch it! Thank you, teacher.

7

And in the evening they go to bed.

8

Listen to the teacher! Don’t touch me!

10

11

Josh! Don’t touch it!

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HELP!

AAH!

No! I do sport at night!

3

Ah, fantastic! The museum is closed. Now I can go and play with the other mummies.

12

18 Act out the story. 19 Answer the questions. 1 Where are the mummies? 2 Do Egyptians love cats? 3 When do the mummies get up? 4 Can mummies have a shower? 5 Do mummies like school? 6 Who is angry?

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EN I ST

20 Listen and tick.

ING

58

get up

at 6 o’clock

at 7 o’clock

have a shower

in the morning

in the evening

have breakfast

at 7:15

at 7:30

go to school

at 7:50

at 8:10

have lunch

at 12:30

at midday

go home

at 3 o’clock

at 3:30

do sport

at 4 o’clock

at 4:30

have dinner

in the evening

in the afternoon

go to bed

at 10:15

at 10:30

AK SPE

ING

21 Ask your friend and complete the chart. What time do you usually get up? At seven o’clock.

NAME g et u p hav e b reakfas t g o t o sc ho o l hav e l u n ch g o ho m e hav e d i n n er g o t o b ed

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22 Read and complete the chart.

3

Hello, my name is Sened. k in the evening. I usually get up at eight o’cloc a big mouse for breakfast. At half past eight I often have never get dressed, but I never have a shower and I e o’clock in the evening. I always go to the park at nin I like climbing on the trees. ight snack. I usually have fish for a midn I do sport with my friends. At five o’clock in the morning lk. I like it. It’s yummy! mi ink dr I r. ne din ve ha I k At six o’cloc I’m very tired and At seven o’clock in the morning sarcophagus. I always go to bed in my small SENED’S DAILY ROUTINE A CT I ON

F R E Q UEN CY

TIME

PART OF THE DAY

get up

usually

8 o’clock

in the evening

23 Write about Sened’s daily routine. Then make your own chart. WRI

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HISTORY 1 Listen and write.

How ancient Egyptians make a mummy 59

Here are the instructions for how to make a mummy. Wash the body in Nile water. Take out the organs. Wash the liver, lungs, intestines and stomach. Put them in canopic jars. Canopic jars are special containers for the organs. Put the heart back in the body. The heart is the centre of intelligence and of the soul. 1

2

Each canopic jar has a lid with the head of a god. Hapi is the god with a baboon head. It represents the north. This jar contains the lungs. Duamutef is the god with a jackal head. It represents the east. This jar contains the stomach. Imsety is the god with a human head. It represents the south. This jar contains the liver. Qebehsenuef is the god with a falcon head. It represents the west. This jar contains the intestines. 3

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4


Egyptian history is fantastic!

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3

Cover the body with a special salt called natron. After forty days the body is completely dry.

5 6

Now fill the body with spices and plants. Wrap the body in linen bandages. Put lucky amulets under the bandages and say spells to activate their magical powers.

7

8

Now put the mummy in a coffin. Then put the coffin in another coffin, and that coffin in another coffin. Then put it in a secret room inside a pyramid. 9

10

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Egyptian art in London

1 Listen and complete.

60

The famous gold funeral mask of Tutankhamun is at the Egyptian Museum in Cairo. But at London’s British Museum there is the biggest collection of ancient Egyptian objects outside Egypt. You can see the enormous statue of Ramses the Great that weighs 7 tons (that’s the same as 12 African elephants!), the famous Rosetta Stone with ancient hieroglyphics, and a large collection of mummies and sarcophagi.

This is the

.

This is This is These are

48

. . .


2 Listen and complete. sphinxes

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New York

London

Walking through

3

obelisk

you can find many

Egyptian antiquities. Along the River Thames there called Cleopatra’s

is the famous

Needle. The granite stone is 21 metres high and it is between two

.

The obelisk has got a twin, another Cleopatra’s Needle. You can see it in Central Park,

.

Cleopatra’s Needle in

London

One of the two sphinxes next to Cleopatra’s Needle in London Londoners think that a mummy comes alive every night in the old tube station of the British Museum!

Cleopatra’s Needle in New York

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4

GULLIVER IN LILLIPUT

3 wavy hair

1 bald

2 freckles

4 spiky hair

7 beard 8 ponytail

50

9 curly hair


5 straight hair

6 fringe

1 Look and tick.

U n it

4

I can see… a sheep

a book

an ice cream

a scooter

a pencil

a bird

2 Listen and say.

2

3 Listen and sing.

3-4

Na, na, na, I’m so special. I’m so special. Look at me. She’s got a fringe.

He’s got glasses.

She’s got freckles.

He’s got a beard.

Curly brown hair.

Spiky black hair.

She’s so rare!

He’s so rare!

4 Play the game. 10 glasses

He’s got a beard.

Number 7.

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GULLIVER IN LILLIPUT

5 Listen and say.

5

LIVING GRAMMAR

Has he got glasses? Yes, he has. / No, he hasn’t.

6 Listen and play The Guessing Game.

6

Is it a male or a female?

A male.

Has he got curly hair?

Yes, he has.

He’s number 2!

Right!

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

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7 Listen and say.

young

U n it

7

old

plump

8 Match. Listen and check.

slim

short

4

tall

8

1 He’s young. He’s tall and slim.

He’s got glasses and spiky blond hair. 2 She isn’t young. She’s tall and plump.

She’s got wavy black hair. She hasn’t got a ponytail.

A

B

C

D

3 He’s short and slim. He’s young.

He’s got curly red hair. He’s got a beard. He’s got freckles. He hasn’t got glasses. 4 She isn’t tall. She’s young and slim.

She’s got brown hair and a ponytail and she’s got glasses.

9 Answer. 1 Who’s tall? 2 Who’s short? 3 Who’s plump? 4 Who’s got brown hair? 5 Who’s got a beard? 6 Who’s got glasses?

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GULLIVER IN LILLIPUT

10 Listen and say.

LIVING GRAMMAR

9

What’s he like? He is plump. / He has got a beard.

11 Read and match. Listen and check. 1 – Can you see my little brother?

 What’s he like? – 2 – I’ve got a new scooter. – What’s it like? 3 – Jane is beautiful. – What’s she like? 4 – My sister has got a rabbit. – What’s it like? 5 – Mr Dennis is my teacher. – What’s he like?

10

A – It’s plump. It’s got long ears and big feet. B – It’s yellow and purple. C – He’s short and thin. He’s got red hair. D – He’s got a long beard and he’s got glasses. He’s bald. E – She’s got short black hair and green eyes.

She’s got blue hair.

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A

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Number 4.

Do a class project. Cut out pictures of famous people from magazines and newspapers. Make a poster. Then play the Who’s Who? Game.


CHATTING

TIME!

U n it

12 Complete the dialogue. Then listen and act with a friend. Liam

4

11

Hello, Joanne, it’s Liam. Have you got a new PE teacher? ! Her name’s Tamika.

Joanne Hi, Liam. Yes, Liam

Oh, what’s she like?

Joanne Liam

Has she got black hair? .

Joanne Yes, Liam

Has she got curly hair? .

Joanne Yes, but

• I can’t play basketball at all! • No, she hasn’t. • she’s an excellent teacher • she’s got long black hair and dark eyes • she’s often got a ponytail • She’s tall and slim.

Has she got a fringe?

Liam Joanne Liam

Is she Tamika Catchings?

Joanne Yes, she is. Why? Liam Tamika Catchings is a famous basketball champion. Wow! You’re lucky! Joanne Oh, no!

13 Listen and say.

12

THE SO

UND

Can you repeat it three times?

GA M

E

T h e g re e n q u e e n s c re a m fo r i c e c re a m . s

14 Listen and say.

13

straight fringe freckles tree free crown

15 Listen and tick when you hear a word with the sound R. 1

2

3

4

5

14

6

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GULLIVER IN LILLIPUT

16 Listen to the story.

It’s as plain as the nose on your face.

15

Oh, no… my royal ship! Help, Gulliver, help!

Don’t worry, Emperor. I’m coming... I’m coming!

1

Who’s the thief? What’s he like?

Emperor, there’s a message for you! Mmm… a message?

2

He isn’t tall, but I can’t see very well…

3

Gulliver, look at this heart.

A heart... Mr Lewis... Blefuscu… Mr Siwel… the royal ship! HEA

Open it!

RT MR

LEW

IS

SH

IP MR

4

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SIW

EL

BLE

FUS

CU

5


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4

Wow! There’s a picture.

6

7

Now, let’s go to Blefuscu. Let’s look for Mr Siwel, the thief of your royal ship!

It’s Mr Lewis. And now? What can we do? Yes, we do. He’s the opposite of Mr Lewis!

Really?

But Gulliver, we don’t know what Mr Siwel is like!

8

9

17 Act out the story. 18 Think. Describe and draw Mr Siwel. He’s slim…

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GULLIVER IN LILLIPUT

19 Listen and circle. Draw Maggie.

LIS

T

NG ENI

girl

1 boy

old

2 young

tall

3 short

slim

4 plump

blue eyes

5

brown eyes

curly red hair

6

straight brown hair

7 fringe

ponytail

small nice nose

SP

IN EAK

G

8

16

small black nose

20 Play The Identikit Game. Describe a school friend. 4 1

2

3

5

6

She’s number 2! She’s a girl. She’s got curly brown hair.

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21 Read and tick.

4

Hello, my name’s Cliff Steward. . I’m 10 years old. I’m not very tall and I’m slim I’ve got long red hair. I’ve got freckles on my nose. Terrible… I don’t like freckles! I’ve got a fantastic fringe, but my mother doesn’t like it. I’ve got blue eyes. I haven’t got glasses. It’s a pity, because I love glasses. But in summer I always wear sunglasses. 1 Cliff is…

2 He’s got…

tall and slim.

curly red hair.

not very tall and not very slim.

long red hair.

not very tall and slim.

short red hair.

3 He…

4 His mother…

likes freckles.

doesn’t like freckles.

likes his nose.

doesn’t like his fringe.

doesn’t like freckles.

likes his fringe.

5 Cliff has got…

blue eyes and he has got glasses. blue eyes but he hasn’t got glasses. green eyes and he has got glasses.

22 Think of a friend and describe him/her. WRI

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1 Listen and complete. court ball

teams floor

17

three orange

PE

Basketball

Basketball is a very popular game all over the world. It’s a fast and exciting game! In a game two

play on a rectangular

and two basketball hoops.

The only equipment you need is a The hoops are placed at

metres from the

18

There are six / five players on a basketball team. The aim of the game is to score points by shooting the ball into the opposing team’s basket / bin. Players can touch the ball only with their hands / feet. They can’t walk with the ball in their hands. They must bounce the ball on the floor.

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. with black lines.

Traditionally the ball is made of leather and it’s

2 Read and choose. Listen and check.

.


3 Listen and number.

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19

Basketball champions eat healthy food and do lots of exercises to help them run fast and jump high. To jump high you need strong legs. Here is a short exercise programme to learn how to jump high. Try to do each exercise ten times every day for one week: 1 front obstacle jumps 2 squats 3 squat jumps 4 lateral obstacle jumps 5 vertical jumps 6 rope jumping

4

Ready, steady, go‌ jump!

A

B

C

D

E

F

1

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GIANTS

in the English-Speaking World 1 Listen and complete. name

London

bell

Big Ben is a symbol of

20

tower

plump

steps

and Great Britain.

It is a part of the Palace of Westminster on the River Thames. The

is 96 metres high and there are 334 to reach the top. Its official name is

‘Elizabeth Tower’. .

Big Ben is the name of the giant It is 2 metres high and weighs about 14 tons. The

Big Ben probably comes from the Commissioner of Works, man.

Benjamin Hall, a very tall and

2 Listen and choose.

21

On the tower there are four / forty clock dials. At the base of each tower / clock dial there is a Latin inscription. In English it means ‘O Lord, keep safe our Queen Victoria the First’. The hour foot / hand is 2.7 metres long and the minute / second hand is 4.3 metres tall / long. Every year, the minute hand travels for about 190 kilometres.

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Surf the Internet and find out the tallest bell tower in your country. Where is it? How tall is it? How old is it?


1 2

3 Listen and match.

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The Statue of Liberty is the symbol of the USA. It is a gift to the United States from the people of France. The French sculptor is Frederic Bartholdi. The Statue is on Liberty Island in New York. The torch represents freedom. The statue is holding a tablet in her left hand. The date of the American Declaration of Independence (July 4th, 1776) is on the tablet. The Statue is 46 metres tall and visitors climb 354 steps to reach the crown. There are 25 windows in the crown. The seven rays in the crown represent the seven seas and seven continents of the world.

4

3

4

5

6

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LIFE SKILLS 6 My avatar 1 Describe and draw your avatar. Name: Age: What’s he/she like? Body: Hair: Eyes: Distinctive features:

Thumb fi ngerprint

What can he/she do well?

What is he/she excellent at?

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Dream

Fear


He/She likes...

He/She doesn't like...

Subject: Music: Sport: Animals: Food: Clothes:

Who are his/her friends?

Has he/she got enemies? Who are they? Think! Who is your avatar like?

SK

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A

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Show your avatar to your friends. Does he/she like it? Why or why hot?

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JOURNEY INTO THE EARTH

1 helmet

2 notebook

3 camera 4 compass

5 sleeping bag

6 magnifying glass

7 rainproof jacket

8 trekking shoes

9 torch 10 rucksack

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1 Look and tick.

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5

I can see‌ a bottle of water

a pencil

a dinosaur

a snake

an apple

a sandwich

2 Listen and say. 3 Listen and sing.

23 24-25

Oh, oh, oh!

Oh, oh, oh!

On a journey we go.

Now we are ready to go.

Up in the mountains.

Oh, oh, oh!

Down by the lake.

Now we are ready to go.

On a journey we go. We need a jacket, a helmet and a torch. We need trekking shoes, a camera and a notebook.

4 Play the game. To start the journey, I need a rucksack.

To start the journey, I need a rucksack and a torch.

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JOURNEY INTO THE EARTH

5 Listen and say.

LIVING GRAMMAR

26

Is it Martha’s rucksack?

6 Listen and play The Guessing Game.

Yes, it is. / No, it isn’t.

27

There’s a helmet.

Is it Axel’s rucksack?

No, it isn’t.

Is it Captain’s rucksack?

Yes, it is.

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Otto’s rucksack

Julie’s rucksack

Axel’s rucksack

Captain’s rucksack

Martha’s rucksack

Hans’s rucksack


7 Listen and say.

waterfall

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river

8 Write.

5

lake

volcano

A

mountain

1

cave

B

1

2

2 3

e’s ma

p is

On Julie’s map there is a mountain. There isn’t a river or a waterfall, but there is a lake. There is a volcano, but there isn’t a cave.

ma

p is

On Axel’s map there is a mountain. There isn’t a lake, but there is a waterfall and a river. There isn’t a volcano, but there is a cave.

el’s

Ax

9 Read and match.

4

Juli

3

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JOURNEY INTO THE EARTH

10 Look and complete. Listen and check.

29

Axel’s

1

Axel

rucksack is green.

2

notebook is orange.

3

compass is green.

4

torch is green.

5

notebook is blue.

6

compass is orange.

7

helmet is blue.

8

rainproof jacket is blue.

9

rucksack is purple.

10

camera is blue.

11

helmet is red.

12

rainproof jacket is yellow.

13

sleeping bag is pink.

14

magnifying glass is blue.

15

camera is white.

16

torch is red.

17

sleeping bag is red.

18

magnifying glass is green.

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Work with a friend. Use a dictionary and pack your rucksack for a 2-day trip to the sea. What do you put in it?


CHATTING

TIME!

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11 Complete the dialogue. Then listen and act with a friend. Granny Hi, David, it’s me. Where are you? David Hi, Granny. Granny Wonderful! Have you got trekking shoes? David

Yes, I have, Granny.

Granny Have you got a sleeping bag? David Granny OK. But have you got a torch for the night? David

Yes, I’ve got a torch, Granny.

Granny In the mountains there are lots of beautiful flowers. Have you got a camera? David

5

30

• I’ve got my phone. • I’ve got my mother’s torch. • Yes, Granny. I’ve got your magnifying glass. • I’ve got my sister’s trekking shoes. • I love insects. • Yes, I’ve got my father’s sleeping bag. • I’m on a 2-day school trip in the mountains.

Yes, I have.

Granny Ah yes… and in the mountains there are lots of interesting insects. David

I know.

Granny Have you got a magnifying glass? David Granny Oh, David!

12 Listen and say.

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THE SO

Can you repeat it three times?

UND

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A magnific ent gn n. ome on a sig

13 Listen and repeat.

32

sign design gnu gnome magnet magnificent

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JOURNEY INTO THE EARTH

14 Listen to the story.

Don’t cross a bridge before you come to it.

33

Look! Julie’s sleeping bag is over there!

Mmm… very interesting. Uncle Otto, help me! I can’t find Julie.

Where?

1

2

On that tree!

Look, Uncle Otto, there are lots of shoe prints.

They’re Julie’s shoe prints! Let’s follow them.

Oh no! 3

4

Ohhhh, it’s difficult.

The shoe prints go on... we must cross the river.

Uncle Otto, hold my hand.

She’s in danger!

5

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6


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Run, Axel! Run! It’s Julie’s torch.

5

Now! Immediately! Listen! It’s Julie’s voice!

7

8

It’s a velociraptor. It can run very fast. You can’t catch it!

I want my trekking shoes and my rucksack, NOW! Julie! You’re safe!

9

Give me my rucksack!

10 Yes, but I’m very angry 11 with this dinosaur!

15 Act out the story. 16 True or false?

T

T

F

1 Axel can’t find Julie. 2 Julie’s rucksack is on a tree.

3 Axel sees lots of shoe prints. 4 They are Uncle Otto’s shoe prints.

F

5 Axel and his uncle cross the river. 6 Uncle Otto sees Julie’s torch.

7 Julie’s in danger. 8 Julie’s angry with a dinosaur.

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SPE

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17 Listen and draw.

ING

ING

34

18 Check with a friend. Are there two ducks in the lake? Is there a house on the mountain?

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No, there aren’t. Yes, there is.


R

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19 Read and tick.

Hi, my name’s Jennifer. lot of things. I’m packing for a school day out and I need a Let’s read my teacher’s list. use Rucksack. I haven’t got a rucksack, but I can my school bag. I need a rainproof jacket. Oh, I’ve got three! sunglasses. I need sunglasses. OK, I can use my brother’s ks! I need a notebook. I’ve got lots of new noteboo hes. OK! I need a bottle of water, fruit and two sandwic I’ve got very I need a camera. I haven’t got a camera, but good eyes and a very good memory. 1 Jennifer can use…

her rucksack. her school bag. her father’s rucksack.

3 Jennifer has got…

sunglasses. her brother’s sunglasses. new sunglasses.

5 Jennifer needs…

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food and drinks. food, but not drinks. drinks, but not food.

2 Jennifer…

has got one rainproof jacket. hasn’t got a rainproof jacket. has got three rainproof jackets.

4 Jennifer…

has got one notebook. hasn’t got a notebook. has got lots of notebooks.

6 Jennifer…

needs a camera. has got a camera. hasn’t got a very good memory.

20 Think and write. You are going on a desert island for one week. You can put 5 things in your rucksack. Use a dictionary and write your list.

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GEOGRAPHY Volcanoes 1 Read and match. Listen and check.

Wow! There are 10 active volcanoes in Italy!

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The name volcano comes from the name of Vulcan, the god of fire in Roman mythology. There are about 1,510 active volcanoes in the world. 80 are under the oceans. A volcano is a hole in the Earth’s surface, usually on a mountain. Lava, ash and gas erupt from the volcano. There are 3 different types of volcanoes: 1 active

It doesn’t erupt any more.

2 dormant

It doesn’t usually erupt, but it can suddenly wake up.

3 extinct

It can often erupt.

2 Match. Listen and check. ash cloud

crater

side vent

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layers of lava and ash

magma chamber 4

1 main vent 5 2 6

3

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3 Make an erupting volcano. Match, then listen and check. Mix half a glass of vinegar and red food colouring.

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d You nee

Pour 3 tablespoons of baking soda into the bottle. Place a small plastic bottle in the centre.

 our the mixture into the bottle and‌ WOW! P You can see lava coming out of the crater of your volcano!  over the plastic bottle with play dough to make C the cone of the volcano. Lay down a sheet of paper.

1

2

Look at this!

3

5

4 WOW!

6

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UK

Volcanoes in the and around the world 1 Listen and match.

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There are no active volcanoes in the UK, but there are fantastic volcanic landscapes. The Giant’s Causeway in Northern Ireland is the result of ancient volcanic activity. Here, 40,000 basalt columns form a road that enter the sea. Arthur’s Seat in Edinburgh is a very high mountain peak. From the top of this extinct volcano you can see the city of Edinburgh when it isn’t cloudy, of course! Castle Rock in Edinburgh is a volcano that has a castle on top of it! The castle is a mysterious place. People believe that seven ghosts live in it!

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2 Listen and complete. inhabitants

The largest

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chicks

island

volcano in the

world is Mauna Loa, in Hawaii, USA.

active

eggs

5

chain

The Ring of Fire is a

of

volcanoes around the Pacific Ocean. 90% of all volcanoes on the Earth are here.

Maleo birds live in Indonesia and bury their

Aogashima is a Japanese

in the soil or sand near

in the Philippine Sea. 200 people live on this small island. The the crater of an active volcano!

live in

volcanoes. When the come out of the eggs, they find their way to the surface.

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U n it

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TREASURE ISLAND 1 butterfly

2 hummingbird

4 parrot

5 iguana 7 jaguar

8 spider

10 tortoise

11 lizard

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1 Look and count.

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1 How many eyes are there? 2 How many legs are there? 3 How many tails are there? 4 How many wings are there?

3 bat

2 Listen and say.

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3 Listen and sing.

6 tapir

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What can you see?

What can you see?

I can see a spider.

I can see a tortoise.

What can you see?

What can you see?

I can see a bat.

I can see a parrot.

Sail to the island, go, go, go! Can you see the treasure? Ho, ho, ho!

9 mosquito

4 Play the game. I can see a butterfly.

I can see a butterfly and a jaguar.

12 frog

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TREASURE ISLAND

5 Write the names of the animals in the correct space. iguana

tortoise

hummingbird

parrot

REPT ILES

BIRDS

butterfly bat

lizard

tapir

jaguar

mosquito

MA MMA LS

INSECTS

6 Complete the lists with other animals you know. Then play the game. Is it an insect? Butterfly.

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Yes, it is! Right!


7 Listen and say.

claws

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trunk

whiskers

8 True or false?

T

fur

scales

feathers

F

1 A mosquito has got a trunk. 2 A tortoise hasn’t got scales.

3 A parrot has got claws.

6

T

F

4 A tapir has got whiskers. 5 A butterfly has got feathers.

6 A frog hasn’t got fur.

9 Look and complete. 1 My claws are strong.

I’m an

.

2 I’ve got brown fur.

I’m a

.

3 My feathers are blue and green.

I’m a

.

4 I’ve got a long trunk.

I’m a

.

5 I’ve got scales.

I’m a

.

6 I’ve got long whiskers.

I’m a

.

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10 Draw an animal and write.

Its colour is

.

It’s got

.

It can

.

It eats

.

It’s a

.

My animal

11 Now work with a friend.

Listen to his/her description and write. Guess your friend’s animal and draw it.

Its colour is

.

It’s got

.

It can

.

It eats

.

It’s a

.

My friend’s animal

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• What colour is it? • What is it? • How are you? • Can it jump? • What does it eat?

Mum Hi, Jim! Jim I’m very happy! I’ve got a new pet! Mum Really? Jim Guess! It’s fantastic! Mum Mmm…

Jim It’s got green scales and it’s got four legs and strong claws. Mum Jim No, it can’t, but it can swim. Mum Jim It likes flowers, fruit and leaves. Mum Really? What is it? Jim It’s an iguana! Can I bring it home with me? Mum NOOO! Of course not!

13 Listen and say.

THE SO

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Can you repeat it three times?

UND

GA M

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e! S i x t i g e rs w i n a p r i z

14 Listen and say. island spider

15 Guess and circle. I or AI? Listen and check. hippo I

AI

lion I

AI

crocodile I

AI

AI

iguana lizard

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fish I

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tiger I

AI

rabbit I

AI

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Don’t count your chickens before they’re hatched.

TREASURE ISLAND

16 Listen to the story.

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The treasure is in the jungle.

Ouch!

OK! Let’s go!

OK! Let’s go!

1

2

Oh, sorry big tortoise!

What are you doing? Look in front of you. It’s defending her eggs!

Come on, Jim! Come on, Jim!

3

The treasure is in the jungle.

4

Let’s follow my parrot!

Come on, Jim. It isn’t dangerous. I’ve got one at home.

John… Look at this spider…

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Ugh! I don’t like spiders!

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Oh Jim, don’t be silly! It’s an iguana. Come on!

Help, John! Help! There’s a dinosaur in front of me!

7

6

8

Hey, John, look at the treasure chest. There’s also a big cat. And it’s eating a bird.

9

That isn’t a cat! It’s a jaguar and it’s got my parrot!

10

Poor me!

Run, Jim. Run!

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19 Listen and choose. Guess the animal.

ING

It lives in South Africa / America / South America. It eats fish / meat / fruit. It has got a big beak / strong beak / small beak. It has got short legs / long legs / four legs. It can swim / fly / run. It is intelligent / very intelligent / very happy. It can read / write / speak. What is it?

S

KI PEA

NG

20 Play The Animal Quiz Game. Has it got feathers? Can it jump?

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No, it hasn’t. Yes, it can.

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The jaguar is a member of the big cat family and it lives in Central and South America. It has got a long body, about 1 metre and 80 centimetres long. It is usually light brown or orange with black spots. It likes water very much and it can swim very well. Jaguars are mammals and they eat meat and fish. The jaguar finds prey like fish and frogs in rivers. It can also climb up trees to attack its prey.

1 What is a jaguar? 2 Where does it live? 3 How long is its body? 4 What colour is it? 5 Can it swim? 6 What does it eat? 7 Why does it climb up trees?

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22 Draw an imaginary animal, invent its name and describe it.

My imaginary animal is the

.

It lives in

.

It has got

.

It eats

.

It is

.

It can

.

Its name is

.

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SCIENCE Weird animals 1 Listen and match.

Look at this weird insect!

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1 The sea dragon lives in the waters of south and

west Australia. It is a master of camouflage. It is a carnivorous animal and it eats crustaceans, plankton and small fish. 2 The axolotl lives in a lake near Mexico City.

It is an amphibian. The axolotl can regenerate body parts. It is a carnivorous animal and it eats worms, insects, crustaceans and small fish. 3 The duck-billed platypus lives in Australia and

A

Tasmania. It is a mammal, but it lays eggs! Platypuses eat worms, insects and fish.

B

2 Underline the scientific words. 90

C


3 Listen and complete. carnivorous

predators

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omnivorous

mammal

nocturnal

reptiles

6

species

The tarsier lives in south-east Asia. It can turn its head 180 degrees. It is a animal and it has got enormous eyes to see in the dark. animal and it eats It is a frogs, lizards and small birds.

The frilled dragon is a of lizard that lives in the jungles of Australia. When it is scared, the skin around its head opens like wings. It is an animal and it eats plants but also insects, . spiders and small

The sloth is a and it lives in the jungles of central and south America. The sloth is an omnivorous animal and it eats plants and insects. The sloth likes to sleep and eat all day long!

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Oak Island

1 Listen and choose.

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Oak Island is a very short / small island on the south shore of Nova Scotia, Canada. It’s famous for the money / monkey pit where many explorers come to look for a mysterious pirate treasure chest. The legend says that seven / seventeen men must die before finding the treasure. The treasure is still a mystery today. This is the Scottish pilot / pirate, Captain William Kidd. Some people think the treasure belongs to Captain Kidd.

2 Read, think and answer. 1 Where is Oak Island? 2 Is Oak Island a desert island? 3 Is the money pit a secret place? 4 Who is Captain Kidd?

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There are other islands around the world where people look for treasure. Surf the Internet and find some examples.


3 Listen, follow and find the buried treasure.

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4 Now you are the pirate. Bury your treasure and give your friends instructions to find it!

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LIFE SKILLS 6 Dealing with my anger 1 Use a dictionary. Write the translation of: anger angry get angry

2 Read and choose. 1 I get angry…

2 When I get angry,…

3 The day after…

always.

I don’t say a word.

I feel bad.

often.

I scream.

sometimes.

I hit things.

I feel good but adults punish me.

never.

I cry.

I feel sad.

3 Draw a situation that makes you angry.

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4 Read and match.

MY CALM-DOWN SECRET IS‌ 1 to count up to ten

5 to sing

2 to talk to a friend

6 to draw

3 to think about something nice

7 to play a video game

4 to play basketball or run

8 to breathe deeply

A

B

C

D

E

F

G

H

SK

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A

T

Find a creative way to calm down. Describe and draw it.

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1 Listen and number.

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The festival of Halloween comes from a Celtic tradition. But today people celebrate Halloween all around the world. At Halloween kids, teenagers and adults… 1 dress up in costumes 2 carve pumpkins into jack-o’-lanterns 3 go around saying ‘trick-or-treat?’ 4 eat spooky themed food 5 play apple bobbing 6 watch scary films

C

B A

D

2 Listen and sing.

E

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It’s a spooky, spooky castle. There are monsters, there are bats. There are witches, there are ghosts. There are owls and there are rats. It’s a spooky, spooky castle. There are spiders on the wall. It’s a spooky, spooky castle, but I’m not afraid at all.

F

I’m brave, I’m not afraid. Hey, monsters, here I am!

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SK

Oh... it’s midnight... let’s run away!

A

Listen...

T

Work with your class friends and organise a Halloween party at school.


1 Listen and choose.

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In Great Britain the 5th November / December is Bonfire Night. On this special night /day people light small / big bonfires, burn a model of Guy Fawkes and watch fireworks. Traditional Bonfire Night sports / food is jacket potatoes, toasted marshmallows, parkin biscuits and toffee oranges / apples.

2 Write the correct words under each picture.

1

2

4

5

3 Listen and learn the Bonfire Night rhyme by heart.

3

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Remember, remember the fifth of November: Gunpowder, treason and plot. I see no reason why gunpowder treason should ever be forgot.

SK

AL RE

A

T

Surf the Internet and find information about Guy Fawkes.

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1 Listen and read.

Tick the customs that are the same in your country.

15 tips to celebrate a British Christmas During the weeks before Christmas Day

On Christmas Day

send greeting cards

say ‘Merry Christmas!’

 ut up a Christmas tree and Christmas p decorations

give presents to your family

write a letter to Father Christmas

 ave Christmas lunch with your family: h eat turkey and roast potatoes

On Christmas Eve leave mince pies and milk for Father Christmas and a carrot for the reindeer  ang your stocking at the end of your h bed or by the fireplace sing Christmas carols

2 Listen and sing.

open your presents

have Christmas pudding pull a cracker… BANG! wear a paper hat a t three o’clock watch the Queen’s message on TV a t six o’clock have tea with aunts, uncles, cousins and friends!

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I’m a little snowman. Short and fat. This is my scarf and this is my hat. When I see the snow fall. Hear me shout. ‘All you children, please come out!’

SK

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A

T

Write tips to celebrate Christmas in your country.


1 Listen and complete. Canada

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holiday

schools

open

day

Boxing Day is a public celebrated on the after Christmas Day. Traditionally, it is the day to the Christmas Charity Box to share the contents , students put gifts in Christmas with the poor. In Boxes to send to poor countries. , Australia, This is a tradition in the United Kingdom, New Zealand and in some US states.

2 Listen and number.

A

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The 26th December is a day to spend with family and friends. On Boxing Day families usually‌ D 1 go for a walk in the countryside 2 watch popular sports events on TV 3 play a board game 4 go to the cinema 5 go shopping

B

C

SK

AL RE

A

T

E

Draw and write about your ideal Boxing Day. Make a presentation and talk about it with your friends.

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E A ST E R B O N N E T P A R A D E 1 Listen and choose.

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Every month / year on Easter Day in New York there are beautiful Easter Bonnet Parades / Festivals. At Easter let your People come from all over the world to show their clothes be new, fantastic cats / hats and schools organise Easter Bonnet or else be sure Contests / Parties. The boy or the girl who makes the you will it rue. strangest hat is the winner. Easter bonnets come from Asian / European traditions of wearing flowers on a hat to celebrate spring. It is also a tradition to wear old / new clothes on Easter Day.

SK

100

AL RE

A

T

Draw your Easter hat!


THE 1 Listen and read.

s

BIRTHDAY

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Write the coloured words under the pictures. Queen Elizabeth celebrates two birthdays each year: her real birthday on 21st April and her official birthday on the second Saturday of June. ‘Trooping the Colour’ is the military parade that celebrates her birthday. The Royal Family, guests and the general public come to this ‘birthday parade’. At the parade there are foot guards and horse guards, and about 400 musicians. At the end of the celebrations, the Queen and the Royal Family appear on the balcony of Buckingham Palace to see the Red Arrows. These planes fly very fast and you can see red, white and blue in the sky!

3

4

5

6

1

2

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LEARNING TO LEARN 6 Listening skills 1 Listen and tick the things you do when you listen.

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A good listener is a good learner and a good friend. I’m a good listener because when I listen to someone…

I look into the person’s eyes.

I think and care about what the person is saying.

My body is still. My ears are listening.

I don’t interrupt.

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I ask questions to find out more.


How to listen at school MONTH

When I start a listening comprehension…

Scotland England Wales Northern Ireland

I look at the pictures and…

and and and and

I read the exercise in my book.

Weather = it’s rainy / sunny...

I think about the exercise and I make word connections.

I listen and compl the exercise.

ete

I listen the first time without writing.

I listen again and check my answers.

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WORDLIST

1

AROUND THE WORLD IN 80 DAYS

April aprile August agosto autumn autunno boat barca breathe respiri Christmas cards biglietti natalizi comes out fuoriesce costume costume cross attraversiamo December dicembre February febbraio heavy pesanti I meet incontro Indian indiano it’s cloudy è nuvoloso it’s cold fa freddo it’s cool fa fresco it’s foggy c’è nebbia it’s hot fa caldo it’s rainy piove it’s snowy nevica it’s sunny c’è il sole it’s warm è mite it’s windy c’è vento January gennaio July luglio June giugno March marzo mark segna matter materia May maggio motorbike motocicletta November novembre October ottobre river fiume September settembre sleigh slitta snowmobile motoslitta spring primavera stones pietre summer estate table tennis ball pallina da ping pong upside down alla rovescia weight peso What’s the weather like? Che tempo fa?

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winter inverno You can’t judge a book by its cover. (qui) L’apparenza inganna.

2

SCHOOL IN NEVERLAND

ancient antico archaeologists archeologi Art arte athlete atleta broken spezzate bronze bronzo curved curve diagonal diagonali elves elfi excellent at eccellente in explorers esploratori fairies fate Friday venerdì Geography geografia good at bravo in hat-throwing competition gara di tiro del cappello He who laughs last, laughs loudest. Ride bene chi ride ultimo. hieroglyphics geroglifici History storia horizontal orizzontali ICT tecnologia lunchtime ora di pranzo Maths matematica mice topi Monday lunedì Music musica not very good at non molto bravo in oak quercia PE educazione fisica pig maiale plaque placca private property proprietà privata pyramids piramidi Saturday sabato Science scienze setting ambientazione squirrels scoiattoli straight diritte


Sunday domenica teepees tende (degli Indiani d’America) thick spesse thin sottili Thursday giovedì trunk tronco Tuesday martedì tug-of-war competition gara di tiro alla fune vertical verticali wavy ondulate Wednesday mercoledì What time is it? Che ora è? worm collection collezione di vermi

CLASSWORK LIFE SKILLS 6 AND HOMEWORK classwork lavoro in classe homework compiti per casa keywords parole chiave leader capo

3

A DAY WITH TUTANKHAMUN

always sempre antiquities antichità at midday a mezzogiorno at midnight a mezzanotte at night di notte baboon babbuino bandages bende camel cammello canopic jars vasi canopi climb scalo coffin bara do sport fare sport dry secco falcon falcone funeral mask maschera funeraria get dressed vestirsi get up alzarsi go home andare a casa go to bed andare a letto go to school andare a scuola

gold d’oro have a shower fare la doccia have breakfast fare colazione have dinner cenare have lunch pranzare in the afternoon nel pomeriggio in the evening di sera in the morning di mattina intestines intestino jackal sciacallo joke scherzo Let a sleeping dog lie. Non svegliare il can che dorme. lid coperchio linen lino liver fegato lungs polmoni mummy/mummies mummia/mummie never mai obelisk obelisco often spesso organs organi sarcophagus/sarcophagi sarcofago/sarcofagi sometimes a volte soul anima spells formule magiche sphinxes sfingi spices spezie stomach stomaco twin gemello usually di solito What time…? A che ora…?

4

GULLIVER IN LILLIPUT

bald calvo beard barba bell campana bounce far rimbalzare clock dials quadranti dell’orologio continents continenti court campo crown corona curly hair capelli ricci floor pavimento

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WORDLIST freckles lentiggini fringe frangia front obstacle jumps salti a ostacoli frontali gift dono glasses occhiali hand (qui) lancetta inscription iscrizione It’s as plain as the nose on your face. (qui) È chiaro come il sole. lateral obstacle jumps salti a ostacoli laterali leather cuoio must devono old vecchio opposing opposta plump grassottello ponytail coda rays raggi reach raggiungere rope jumping salto della corda royal reale score segnare seas mari shooting colpendo short basso slim magro spiky hair capelli a spazzola squats piegamenti steps gradini straight hair capelli lisci tablet tavoletta tall alto thief ladro tons tonnellate torch torcia travels viaggia wavy hair capelli mossi weighs pesa young giovane

LIFE SKILLS 6 MY AVATAR enemies nemici fear paura features caratteristiche fingerprint impronta digitale thumb pollice

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5

JOURNEY INTO THE EARTH

ash cenere baking soda bicarbonato di sodio basalt basalto bury seppelliscono camera macchina fotografica cave grotta compass bussola cone cono crater cratere danger pericolo Don’t cross a bridge before you come to it. (qui) Non bisogna fasciarsi la testa prima di rompersela. erupt eruttano food colouring colorante alimentare helmet caschetto hold afferra hole buco lake lago landscapes paesaggi lava lava lay down stendi layers strati magma chamber camera del magma magnifying glass lente d’ingrandimento main vent condotto vulcanico / camino principale map mappa mountain montagna notebook quaderno peak vetta play dough plastilina prints impronte rainproof jacket impermeabile river fiume rucksack zaino safe al sicuro school trip gita scolastica sheet foglio side vent condotto vulcanico / camino laterali sleeping bag sacco a pelo suddenly improvvisamente surface superficie tablespoons cucchiai torch torcia


trekking shoes scarpe da trekking vinegar aceto volcano vulcano wake up svegliarsi waterfall cascata

6

TREASURE ISLAND

all day long tutto il giorno amphibian anfibi bat pipistrello belongs appartiene buried sepolto butterfly farfalla camouflage mimetizzazione carnivorous carnivoro chest baule claws artigli crustaceans crostacei Don’t count your chickens before they’re hatched. (qui) Non dire gatto prima di averlo nel sacco. feathers piume frog rana fur pelo hummingbird colibrì jaguar giaguaro lays deposita lizard lucertola mammals mammiferi mosquito zanzara omnivorous onnivoro parrot pappagallo pit miniera plankton plancton predators predatori prey preda regenerate rigenerare reptiles rettili scales squame spider ragno spots macchie tapir tapiro tortoise tartaruga treasure tesoro trunk proboscide whiskers baffi

DEALING WITH

LIFE SKILLS 6 MY ANGER anger rabbia breathe respirare dealing with avere a che fare con punish puniscono scream urlo FESTIVITIES

apple bobbing pesca la mela At Easter let your clothes be new, or else be sure you will it rue. Non indossare un vestito nuovo il giorno di Pasqua porta sfortuna. bonfire falò burn bruciare carve intagliano dress up mascherano fireplace caminetto fireworks fuochi d’artificio gunpowder polvere da sparo jacket potatoes patate cotte con la buccia light accendono mince pies tortine ripiene owls gufi parade sfilata plot complotto rats ratti scarf sciarpa should ever be forgot non dovrebbe essere mai dimenticato shout grido spooky spettrale themed a tema treason tradimento turkey tacchino

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LIVING GRAMMAR Where’s Aouda? When’s her birthday?

She’s in England.

THE PREPOSITION IN

It’s in November.

Time

Place

in spring in April in the morning

in the kitchen in London in England

1 Put the words in order. 1 cake • is • a • fridge • the • There • in

2 April • is • weather • cool • The • in

3 lives • Rome • grandmother • My • in

4 go • school • summer • don’t • to • I • in

5 India • see • in • You • can • elephants

6 play • in • afternoon • usually • the • I • football

WH

questions

A cake? Where’s the cake?

Who…? What…? Where…? When…? Why…? How…?

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2 Complete. 1

are you scared?

2

’s the weather like?

3

’s your birthday?

4

’s your bike?

5

are you?

6

’s that girl?


ACTIVITY TIME

1 Solve the crossword.

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1

2

9 12

1

1 14

2 3 4 5

3

6

13

7 8

9 11

10

6

12 13

11

14

4

SEASONS

7

10

8

5

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AROUND THE WORLD IN 80 DAYS

2 Complete with the right words. cloudy

rainy

hot

cold

warm

windy

snowy

1 We can make a snowman in the garden. It’s 2 Look, it’s

sunny

foggy

.

. We can play with my kite!

3 Open the window. It’s

!

4 Take your umbrella. It’s

.

5 I can’t see. It’s so

.

6 The opposite of cool is

.

7 Close the window. It’s

.

8 We can play in the garden. It’s

.

9 I can’t see the sun. It’s

.

3 What’s the weather like in your country? 1 In

spring it isn’t

, it’s

.

2 In

summer it isn’t

, it’s

.

3 In

autumn it isn’t

, it’s

.

4 In

winter it isn’t

, it’s

.

4 Complete with Yes, it is. / No, it isn’t. 1 Is it usually cold at

Christmas?

2 Is it usually snowy at

Easter?

3 Is it usually foggy at

Halloween?

4 Is it usually hot on your

birthday?

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ACTIVITY TIME

5 Draw a symbol for each season. Then say and write sentences. In

.

I can .

because the weather is

In

I can .

because the weather is

In because the weather is

U n it

I can

because the weather is

In

1

I can .

6 Surf the Internet and answer. 1 What’s the weather like today in London? 2 What’s the weather like today in Brindisi? 3 What’s the weather like today in Hong Kong? 4 What’s the weather like today in Shanghai? 5 What’s the weather like today in San Francisco? 6 What’s the weather like today in New York? 7 What’s the weather like today in your town?

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AROUND THE WORLD IN 80 DAYS

7 Complete the map. Write the months.

spring

summer

SEASONS and MONTHS

autumn

winter

8 Complete. 1 School starts in

.

5 Spring starts in

.

2 School finishes in

.

6 Christmas is in

.

3 Halloween is in

.

7 Autumn starts in

.

4 St Valentine’s Day is in

.

8 The new year starts in

.

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Record the weather for one week and make a poster.


MY LEARNING DIARY

U n it

1

Ho imparato…

così così

bene

benissimo

a descrivere il tempo atmosferico

i nomi delle stagioni

i nomi dei mesi

Mi è piaciuto… molto

abbastanza

poco

completare il dialogo

intervistare i compagni

leggere il fumetto

cercare di capire un testo scritto

ricavare informazioni da un ascolto

realizzare una mappa

Mi sento più a mio agio quando... ascolto

parlo

leggo

scrivo

Quando ascolto un testo per ricavare informazioni... mi diverto

mi annoio

mi agito

mi concentro

Quando ascolto, capisco meglio se... ci sono delle immagini

vedo l’espressione di chi parla

so di che cosa si parla

Pronunciare gli scioglilingua... mi piace

mi innervosisce

è impossibile

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LIVING GRAMMAR

It’s twenty past eleven.

The timE What time is it?

I don’t know.

8:00 = 8 o’clock a.m. 20:00 = 8 o’clock p.m.

1 Complete. 1 9:00 It’s nine o’clock a.m.

6 5:35

2 15:15

7 7:30

3 10:50

8 21:55

4 11:45

9 2:00

5 6:10

10 14:25

Time prepositions: IN, ON, AT

in autumn in November in the morning

On Monday we have English at 11 o’clock in the morning.

on Monday at one o’clock at Christmas

2 Complete with in / on / at. 1 He has Art 2 She has History 3 We have PE 4 There aren’t lessons

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Tuesday. two o’clock. the afternoon. Easter.

5

Halloween the school is open.

6

ten o’clock we have English.

7

Saturday the school is closed.

8

the evening I have Music lessons.


ACTIVITY TIME

2

U n it

1 Complete. I like . But my favourite subject is . Sally

I like . But my favourite subject is . TIMOTHY

I like . But my favourite subject is . Claire

2 Write about the kids. Sally likes but

.

Timothy likes but

.

Claire likes but

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SCHOOL IN NEVERLAND

3 Match. 1

2

3

It’s seven o’clock. It’s a quarter to ten. It’s ten past twelve.

4

5

6

It’s half past three. It’s ten to twelve. It’s a quarter past five.

4 Answer.

1 What time is Geography? 2 What time is Science? 3 What time is Music? 4 What time is Art? 5 What time is PE?

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ACTIVITY TIME

5 Write the days of the week in order. Tuesday

Thursday Saturday

U n it

2

Friday Sunday Wednesday

Monday

6 Read and complete. Hi, my name’s Timothy. o’clock. In my timetable History is on Monday at eight to English is on Wednesday and Friday at a quarter eleven. ICT is on Wednesday at eight o’clock. is on Art is on Monday at a quarter to eleven. Science quarter Tuesday at eight o’clock. PE is on Tuesday at a to eleven. Geography is on Thursday at a quarter to eleven and Maths is on Friday at eight o’clock. Music is on Thursday at eight o’clock. On Saturday I don’t go to school.

Mon

Tue

Wed

Thu

Fri

Sat

8:00

10:45

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SCHOOL IN NEVERLAND

7 Complete. Use:

excellent at / very good at / good at / not very good at MY SCHOOL REPORT

I’m

English.

I’m

Science.

I’m

ICT.

I’m

Art.

I’m

Maths.

I’m

Music.

I’m

Geography.

I’m

History.

I’m

PE.

8 Complete the map about you. favourite day

favourite subject

I like

excellent at very good at

ME

good at not very good at

On Sunday I

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Write your ideal timetable.

I can’t


MY LEARNING DIARY

U n it

2

Ho imparato…

così così

i nomi delle materie scolastiche

bene

benissimo

a chiedere e dire che ore sono

a raccontare il mio orario scolastico

i giorni della settimana

a raccontare il mio rendimento scolastico

Quando mi chiedono di svolgere una consegna... inizio subito per finire il prima possibile la leggo due volte o chiedo all’insegnante di ripetere per capire bene chiedo all’insegnante delle informazioni in più la ripeto all’insegnante per vedere se ho capito bene cerco di ricordare se ho già svolto consegne simili per capire come si fa

Penso che le mappe... aiutino a capire aiutino a ricordare siano importanti perché sono molto chiare confondano le idee siano troppo sintetiche

Quando devo leggere S o SH... non mi sbaglio mai

qualche volta mi sbaglio

mi sbaglio spesso

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LIVING GRAMMAR Present simple They get up at 5 o’clock.

No! We don’t get up at 5, we get up at 8 o’clock in the evening.

Affirmative form

Negative form

I get up… You get up… He/She/It gets up… We get up… You get up… They get up…

I don’t get up… You don’t get up… He/She/It doesn’t get up… We don’t get up… You don’t get up… They don’t get up…

1 Write the negative form. 1 She goes to school.

2 Tom and Jane go home.

3 He plays with his friends.

Interrogative form Do I get up…? Do you get up…? Does he/she/it get up…? Do we get up…? Do you get up…? Do they get up…?

Affirmative short answer

Negative short answer

Yes, I do. Yes, you do. Yes, he/she/it does. Yes, we do. Yes, you do. Yes, they do.

No, I don’t. No, you don’t. No, he/she/it doesn’t. No, we don’t. No, you don’t. No, they don’t.

Do you get up at 8 o’clock in the morning?

2 Write the interrogative form and complete the short answer. 1 You have breakfast at eight o’clock.

?

No,

.

?

Yes,

.

?

No,

.

2 Sue goes to school on Saturday.

3 They have lunch at school.

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ACTIVITY TIME

1 Complete.

1

2

go to

3

4

breakfast

5

6

have a

9

to bed

7

up

U n it

3

home

8

have

sport

10

dinner

get

2 Write the actions in order. 1

6

2

7

3

8

4

9

5

10

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A DAY WITH TUTANKHAMUN

3 Read and complete. go to school go to bed

go home do sport

have a shower

have breakfast

have lunch

have dinner

Hello, my name’s Evan and this is my daily routine. I

every day at a 7:45 then

I

and I

I

and I

.

by bike. at school.

At 12:30 I I

at 15:15. .

In the afternoon I usually I can play football very well. I

at 7:00 with my family.

Then I watch TV, and I

4 Answer. Use: Yes, he does. / No, he doesn’t. 1 Does he get up at a quarter past seven? 2 Does he have a bath? 3 Does he go to school by bike? 4 Does he have lunch at home? 5 Does he go home at a quarter to three? 6 Does he usually do sport in the afternoon? 7 Does he usually have dinner with his family? 8 Does he usually go to bed at ten o’clock?

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at 10:10.

get up get dressed


ACTIVITY TIME

5 Write the parts of the day in order.

3

U n it

1

in the afternoon

2

at midnight in the morning in the evening

3 4

at midday

5

at night

6

6 Think about you and write sentences. 1 I always

.

2 I usually

.

3 I often

.

4 I sometimes

.

5 I never

.

7 Complete and match. Where

What time

Who

Why

What

When

1

do you usually get up?

A In the afternoon.

2

do you usually do sport?

B At school.

3

do you usually have lunch?

C Because it’s sunny.

4

is your favourite subject?

D He’s my teacher.

5

is Mr Dennison?

E At half past six.

6

do you like summer?

F It’s Maths.

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A DAY WITH TUTANKHAMUN

8 Complete the dialogue with the mummy. Be creative!

What’s your name? What time do you get up? have a shower?

get dressed?

have lunch?

do sport?

go to bed?

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MY LEARNING DIARY

U n it

3

Ho imparato…

così così

bene

benissimo

a chiedere e dare informazioni sulla routine quotidiana mia o di altri

a denominare le parti del giorno

a dire con quale frequenza io o altri compiamo un’azione

Le attività in cui mi sento più sicuro sono quelle in cui... leggo

ascolto

parlo

scrivo

perché

Le attività in cui mi sento meno sicuro sono quelle in cui... devo leggere a voce alta

devo scrivere frasi

devo leggere da solo/a e rispondere a domande

devo completare frasi

devo parlare davanti alla classe

devo ascoltare un testo

devo conversare con un compagno

devo cantare

Penso che tra la pronuncia di B e D... ci sia una grande differenza ci sia differenza ma a volte non si senta non ci sia differenza

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LIVING GRAMMAR HAVE GOT He’s got spiky hair.

Affirmative form

Negative form

I’ve got You’ve got He’s/She’s/It’s got We’ve got You’ve got They’ve got

I haven’t got You haven’t got He/She/It hasn’t got We haven’t got You haven’t got They haven’t got

1 Choose the correct form. 1 I have / has got a ponytail. 2 She haven’t / hasn’t got wavy hair.

4 We hasn’t / haven’t got glasses. 5 Alex and Tom hasn’t / haven’t got a fringe.

3 You have / has got freckles.

6 Tim and I haven’t / hasn’t got spiky hair.

Interrogative form

Affirmative short answer

Negative short answer

Have I got…? Have you got…? Has he/she/it got…? Have we got…? Have you got…? Have they got…?

Yes, I have. Yes, you have. Yes, he/she/it has. Yes, we have. Yes, you have. Yes, they have.

No, I haven’t. No, you haven’t. No, he/she/it hasn’t. No, we haven’t. No, you haven’t. No, they haven’t.

Has she got glasses?

No, she hasn’t.

2 Write the interrogative form and complete the short answer. 1 I’ve got curly hair.

? No,

.

2 Mia’s got straight hair.

? Yes,

.

3 They’ve got freckles.

? No,

.

4 You’ve got a fringe.

? No,

.

5 We’ve got glasses.

? Yes,

.

6 They have got a beard.

? No,

.

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BE

What are they like?

3 Write the negative form.

He’s tall. They aren’t tall.

4

U n it Affirmative form I’m You’re He’s/She’s/It’s We’re You’re They’re

Negative form I’m not You aren’t He/She/It isn’t We aren’t You aren’t They aren’t

1 I’m tall. 2 He’s bald. 3 We’re old. 4 They’re plump. 5 You’re short. 6 She’s slim.

Interrogative form Am I…? Are you…? Is he/she/it...? Are we…? Are you…? Are they…?

Affirmative short answer Yes, I am. Yes, you are. Yes, he/she/it is. Yes, we are. Yes, you are. Yes, they are.

Am I old?

Negative short answer No, I’m not. No, you aren’t. No, he/she/it isn’t. No, we aren’t. No, you aren’t. No, they aren’t.

No, I’m not.

4 Write the interrogative form and complete the short answer. 1 They are young.

? Yes,

.

2 We are tall.

? No,

.

3 She is plump.

? No,

.

4 I am short.

? Yes,

.

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GULLIVER IN LILLIPUT bald

1 Match and write. freckles

glasses

curly hair

straight hair

ponytail

wavy hair

beard

spiky hair

fringe

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

2 Write.

1 He’s got freckles.

2

3

5

6

He hasn’t got glasses.

4

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ACTIVITY TIME

3 Write the opposites.

1 old /

2 plump /

U n it

4

3 tall /

4 Complete with is / isn’t, has got / hasn’t got. 1 What’s she like?

She

tall.

She

plump.

She

old.

She

spiky hair.

She

curly hair.

She

a fringe.

She

long hair.

She

glasses.

She

bald.

2 What’s he like?

He

short.

He

slim.

He

young.

He

straight hair.

He

a ponytail.

He

a fringe.

He

short hair.

He

glasses.

He

a beard.

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GULLIVER IN LILLIPUT

5 Complete the dialogue with a rock singer.

What’s your name?

tall?

slim?

spiky hair?

long hair?

a fringe? glasses?

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Imagine you are eighteen years old. Tell your friends what you are like.


MY LEARNING DIARY

U n it

4

Ho imparato…

così così

bene

le espressioni utili per descrivere una persona

benissimo

a chiedere e dare informazioni sull’aspetto fisico mio o di altri

La cosa che so fare benissimo in inglese è…

La cosa che non mi riesce tanto bene è…

Secondo me per riuscirci meglio dovrei…

Voglio farcela con le mie forze, perché...

Ne ho parlato con l’insegnante e...

Ho deciso di seguire/non seguire il suo consiglio, perché...

Riconoscere quando ’s vuol dire is oppure has… è molto semplice

ci vuole attenzione

è difficile

Penso che la pronuncia di R in inglese... sia facilissima

sia complicata

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This is Uncle Otto’s notebook.

LIVING GRAMMAR POSSESSIVE ’S

They’re Julie’s shoe prints.

Julie has got a camera. Axel has got a torch.

1 Transform the sentences. Use the possessive ’s. 1 Uncle Otto has got a rucksack. 2 Axel has got a helmet. 3 Hans has got a notebook. 4 Julie has got a compass. 5 Julie has got a sleeping bag. 6 Hans has got a torch. 7 Axel has got a camera. 8 Uncle Otto has got a magnifying glass.

2 Reorder the words. 1 helmet • is • It • Martha’s 2 Are • notebooks? • Hans’s • they 3 It • compass • Uncle • is • Otto’s 4 Is • rucksack? • Axel’s • it 5 Is • Uncle • it • sleeping bag? • Otto’s 6 helmet • is • Hans’s • It 7 Are • Axel’s • they • trekking shoes? 8 torch • is • It • Martha’s

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It’s

It’s Julie’s camera. It’s Axel’s torch.


ACTIVITY TIME

1 Put the letters in order and colour.

5

U n it

1 a blue M AC E AR 2 a green CK S AK RU C 3 a yellow O B TE ON OK 4 a red P RO A I N F OR C E J A KT 5 a purple CH ORT 6 green K E N T R G K I OS E H S 7 a pink IN LE S G E P AG B 8 an orange TE M H L E 9 a brown YI AG M N G N I F L A S G S 10 a red O S S M AP C

2 Look at the pictures in exercise 1 and write sentences. 1 I’ve got

, but I haven’t got

.

2 I’ve got

, but I haven’t got

.

3 I’ve got

, but I haven’t got

.

4 I’ve got

, but I haven’t got

.

5 I’ve got

, but I haven’t got

.

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JOURNEY INTO THE EARTH

3 Find and answer.

Use: Yes, there are. / No, there aren’t.

1 Are there two rucksacks? 2 Are there two rainproof jackets? 3 Are there three cameras? 4 Are there five compasses? 5 Are there six helmets? 6 Are there eleven trekking shoes? 7 Are there nine torches? 8 Are there five sleeping bags? 9 Are there six notebooks? 10 Are there twelve magnifying glasses?

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ACTIVITY TIME

4 Write the words.

U n it

V_____O

L__E

C__E

R___R

M______N

W_______L

5

5 Read and write. A

is in the volcano.

A

is under the waterfall.

A

is on the mountain.

A

is in the lake.

A

is in the cave.

A

is in the river.

2

1

4 3

5

6

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JOURNEY INTO THE EARTH

6 Look and write.

Axel 1

It’s Axel’s camera.

Julie 6

2

7

3

8

4

9

5

10

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You go with Hans and Uncle Otto to the centre of the Earth. You’ve got the same things they have, but you can add 6 things. Draw and write what they are.


MY LEARNING DIARY

U n it

5

Ho imparato…

così così

bene

benissimo

i nomi di nuovi oggetti

i nomi di elementi della natura

un nuovo modo, diverso da have got, per esprimere il possesso

L’attività più interessante dell’unità è stata:

Quella più facile è stata:

Quella più divertente è stata:

Quella più difficile è stata: perché

Il compagno/La compagna con cui preferisco lavorare in coppia è perché

Il mio gruppo ideale per lavorare in inglese è composto da:

Il sound game è un’attività... utile

divertente

noiosa

non so a che cosa serva

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LIVING GRAMMAR CAN I can’t move.

Affirmative form I can… You can… He/She/It can… We can… You can… They can…

Negative form I can’t… You can’t… He/She/It can’t… We can’t… You can’t… They can’t…

1 Write the negative form. 1 I can fly.

5 A parrot can walk.

2 We can swim.

6 It can dance.

3 They can jump.

7 Monkeys can talk.

4 You can run.

8 She can sing.

Interrogative form Can I…? Can you…? Can he/she/it…? Can we…? Can you…? Can they…?

Affirmative short answer Yes, I can. Yes, you can. Yes, he/she/it can. Yes, we can. Yes, you can. Yes, they can.

Negative short answer

Can I speak English?

No, I can’t. No, you can’t. No, he/she/it can’t. No, we can’t. No, you can’t. No, they can’t. Yes, I can.

2 Write the interrogative form and complete the short answer. 1 Mowgli can talk.

? Yes,

.

2 Butterflies can sing.

? No,

.

3 A lizard and an iguana can fly.

? No,

.

4 A bat can swim.

? No,

.

5 A mosquito can jump.

? Yes,

.

6 A bear and a jaguar can swim.

? No,

.

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ACTIVITY TIME

1 Solve the crossword.

U n it

6

1

1

2 2 3 4 5

3

6

7 8 9

10

4

10 5 9

7 6

8

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TREASURE ISLAND

claws

2 Write.

feathers

1

2

3

trunk

whiskers

scales

fur

4

5

6

3 Read and guess. Draw. It’s got four legs. It’s got fur and whiskers. It can run and jump. It doesn’t like fruit. It’s got claws. It’s yellow and black.

It hasn’t got a short tail. It’s got scales. It’s got four legs. It can run. It likes insects. It’s yellow or green. It hasn’t got a trunk. It’s got feathers. It can fly and jump. It can’t run. It likes fruit. It can be all the colours of the rainbow.

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ACTIVITY TIME

4 Answer.

U n it

6

1 Has it got four legs? 2 Has it got feathers? 3 Has it got scales? 4 Can it fly? 5 Can it run? 6 Does it like fruit? 7 Does it like meat? 8 What colour is it? 9 Is it a mammal?

5 Write the questions.

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1

? Yes, it’s got six legs.

2

? No, it hasn’t got scales.

3

? Yes, it’s got a trunk.

4

? Yes, it can fly.

5

? No, it can’t swim.

6

? Yes, it likes fish.

7

? No, it doesn’t like meat.

8

? It’s green and black.

9

? Yes, it’s an insect.

Make a collage or draw a fantasy animal and describe it.

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TREASURE ISLAND

6 Complete the dialogue with the monkey.

Have you got legs?

feathers? Can you jump? fly? Do you like meat? fruit? Are you a reptile? What colour are you?

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MY LEARNING DIARY

U n it

6

Ho imparato…

così così

bene

i nomi di nuovi animali selvaggi

i nomi delle caratteristiche degli animali

benissimo

a descrivere gli animali

Ricordo i nomi degli animali che ho imparato negli anni scorsi.

P E T S

FARM ANIMALS

WILD ANIMALS

Alla fine di quest’anno di inglese, posso dire che... sono soddisfatto di me

potrei fare meglio

faccio sempre molta fatica

Il mio proposito per l’anno prossimo è: perché Ho capito quando i si legge ai... bene ed è divertente

così e così, vado un po’ a caso

poco

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Un altro anno è passato e hai imparato tante parole nuove. I real tasks sono diventati ancora più interessanti e forse hai scoperto quanto sia importante la lingua inglese nella vita di tutti i giorni e quanto sia utile per usare al meglio Internet. Bye-bye! See you in September!

Goodbye!

Il prossimo sarà l’ultimo anno di Scuola Primaria e sarà un anno entusiasmante come il tuo nuovo libro di inglese. Anche quest’anno Mr Green ti chiede di descriverti, perché tu e i tuoi compagni sarete molto cambiati!

STICK YOUR PHOTO HERE!

My name’s

.

Now I’m

.

I’m

and

.

I’ve got

.

My birthday is in

.

I like

weather.

My favourite subject is

.

I’m excellent at

,

but I’m not very good at

.

My favourite story is

.

This year my best friend is

.

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