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3 Language Activity Book

Brainwave: the generation of bright ideas! Components

Primary Brainwave

Language Activity Book Pack

Pupil’s Book

Language Activity Book

My Progress Journal

Teacher’s Book

2nd Cycle Exams Practice Pack

• Digital Course - ideal for use

Cheryl Pavlik  • Andrea Harries

Class CDs Test Builder

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on interactive whiteboards

• Primary Brainwave Resource

Website

I S B N 978-0-230-44041-8

www.macmillanelt.es

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Contents Unit

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Celebrations

Grammar

Inventions

People In History page 24

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The Five Senses page 34

5

Fantastical Animals

Reading Strategies

Phonics

Halloween costumes and traditions; holidays and celebrations

Social Science – customs and traditions Literacy – writing poems

Predicting a topic from titles and pictures

Consonant +l combinations

Relative clauses; prepositions of direction

Simple machines; verbs of motion

History – Leonardo da Vinci’s inventions Science – how things fly

Using related words to guess meaning; understanding time organisation

s+ consonant combinations

Time clauses with when; past ability with could/couldn’t; past continuous; time clauses with while

Classical music

History – researching and gathering information Literacy – writing about a famous person

Understanding time order; identifying pronouns

Consonant +r combinations

Sense verbs + adjectives; guessing with might be; so … that, such a … that; uses of feel

Senses and sensations; physical sensations and ailments

Science – optical illusions and visual perceptual development; creating interactive optical illusions

Identifying rhyming words; predicting from pictures

Word endings; –ill, –all, and –le

Gerunds as subjects and objects; so and because

Adjectives to describe activities; real and mythical animals

Literacy – American Indian myths Design – designing a story book

Identifying rhyming words; identifying speakers

Word endings –nch and –tch

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CLIL

Tense review; adverbs of frequency; verb + infinitive

page 4

2

Vocabulary

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Grammar

Unit

6

Games And Sports

Vocabulary

The Aztecs page 64

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Natural Disasters

Music page 84

10

Money page 94

Phonics

Things to do in a park; sports day games; sports equipment

History – origins of chess Science – inventing and designing a game

Scanning for purpose; Word using pictures to endings –ick, guess new words –ack, and –ock

Verb + object + infinitive; verbs + indirect object + direct object

Natural materials; Aztec artefacts

History – Aztec writing and numbers Art – making an Aztec calendar

Understanding newspaper format; making inferences

Vowel and consonant y

Should/shouldn’t; will for predictions; why (not)?; because

Earthquake effects and precautions; natural disasters

Science – how volcanoes are formed Art – making a model Volcano

Scanning for specific information

Words with –ar

Adjectives; comparatives; Musical adjectives describing feelings; instruments superlatives

Music – The Carnival of the Animals Design – making a musical instrument

Predicting a topic from pictures; scanning for specific information

Words with –or and –ir

Comparatives with more and less; will for promises; present continuous with future meaning; comparative nouns; superlative nouns

Maths – solving problems with money; investigating probability

Making inferences; guessing vocabulary in context

Words with –er and –ur

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Reading Strategies

Must/mustn’t; have to/don’t have to

page 54

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CLIL

Spending and saving money; currency

Grammar

Review

Vocabulary

A (U1, U2) page 104

Tense review; adverbs of frequency; prepositions of direction; relative clauses

Celebrations and Halloween costumes; simple machines

B (U3, U4) page 105

Time clauses with when; could/couldn’t for past ability; clauses with while; past continuous; sense verbs + adjectives; so … that; such a … that

Sense verbs and adjectives; physical sensations and ailments

C (U5, U6) page 106

Adjectives with –ing; gerunds as subjects and objects; so and because; must/mustn’t; have to/don’t have to

Animal body parts; sports equipment

D (U7, U8) page 107

Verb + object + infinitive; verb + indirect object + direct object; should/shouldn’t; will for predictions and promises; why and because

Natural materials; natural disasters

E (U9, U10) page 108

Comparative and superlative adjectives; (not) as … as; comparatives with more and less; will for promises; comparative and superlative nouns

Musical instruments; spending and saving money

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4 A

The Five Senses

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Write these sense verbs under the correct part of the body. touch    taste    smell    hear    see

eyes

2

1

B

ear

nose

tongue

3

hands

4

5

Complete the table. Use your own ideas. party

market

beach

countryside

see

traffic lights

hear

birds

smell taste

city

salt crisps

apples

touch

C

Look and guess the answers to the questions. a 1 What has got an eye but can’t see? 2 3 4 5

D

e

c

What has got a nose but can’t smell? What has got a mouth but can’t taste?

d

b

What has got hands but can’t touch? What has got ears but can’t hear?

Complete the sentences with the right body word. 1 The

of a tornado.

4 The

of a clock.

2 The

of a plane.

5 The

of a river.

3 An

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Language

2 A

Match the adjectives to the photos. a 1 sour 2 sticky

Grammar on the Brain The milk smells bad and it tastes bad too. The rabbit feels soft. The singer sounds terrible. The car looks old.

c

b

d

3 bumpy e

4 rough 5 shiny

f

g

6 stinky 7 smooth

B

Write the correct verb next to each picture. Then write adjectives for each sense. You can use some of the adjectives more than once. taste    sound

sweet    loud    happy    great    sticky    shiny

look    smell

high    angry    old    beautiful    bumpy    stinky

feel

soft    terrible    delicious    sour    rough    smooth

verb:

look

adjectives:

happy, old, beautiful, terrible, angry, ...

verb: adjectives: verb: adjectives: verb: adjectives: verb: adjectives:

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Language

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Grammar on the Brain I’m not sure. It feels bumpy. It might be an orange. I don’t know. They might be in the playground. I’m not sure. She might be watching TV.

What’s in the box? Where are Jack and Alex? What’s Maria doing?

A

Match the pictures to the sentences.

b

a

c

1 He might be a football player. 2 It might be a trainer.

d

3 It’s a bear. 4 It might be a bear. 5 He’s a football player.

e f

6 It isn’t a trainer.

B

Make guesses with might be. 1 Where are they?

2 What are they eating?

3 What time of day is it?

All About Me Answer the questions in your notebook.

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Where’s your mum now? What’s she doing? Where’s your dad now? What’s he doing?

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CLIL: Science

4 A

Without looking at it again, answer the questions about the picture in the Pupil’s Book. 1 Say six actions people were doing. 2 What instrument was the musician playing? 3 Were there any animals in the picture?

B

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Complete the sentences with because or so. 1 The lines look different lengths

the arrows

are pointing in different directions.

2 The arrows point in different directions,

C

the

lines look different lengths.

Match each object to what it helps you to see. 1 microscope

2 magnifying glass

5

4

3

binoculars

telescope

a Things which are quite far away.

periscope

b Things which are too small to see. c Small things which you want to see in more detail. d Things which are very far away. e Things which are not in line with your eye.

Culture Connection

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Think of one image to represent your country. For example, you could use a picture of a famous building, painting, sculpture, mountain or beach. Why have you chosen this image? What does it say about your country?

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Investigate

5 A

Tick ( ) the sentence which best describes what happened in each experiment. 1 I put the lid on the pen easily. The hand holding the lid missed the pen.

2 The marker pen looks curved. I can see two marker pens.

3 I can see a hole in my left hand. I can see my left hand at the end of the tube.

B

Work in groups of three. Compare your results. Were your results the same?

C

Write the number of each experiment by its conclusion. 1 You need two eyes to judge distance. 2 You see two images at the same time, but your brain unites them. 3 Because of the curved glass, your eyes see the marker pen from two different positions, so they see the same image twice.

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Language

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Grammar on the Brain Their eyes are so good that they can see very far. (so + adjective) Jasper is such a lazy cat that he sleeps all day. (such + a + adjective + noun) They've got such good eyes that they can see very far. (such + adjective + noun)

A

Circle the adjectives. Underline the nouns. Complete with so or such. 1 My brother is

a good football player that he is in our school team.

2 Maths is

difficult that I fail every test.

3 The food was

terrible that we couldn’t eat it.

4 She’s

a good teacher that we love to go to school.

5 It was

a cold day that we stayed in the house.

6 They were

B

angry that they went home.

Complete the sentences. Use so, such or such a and these adjectives. intelligent    friendly    small    fast

1 Whales are

animals that they've got their

own language.

2 Bears are

that they can run more than 50

kilometres per hour.

3 There is a snake that is 4 Freddie is

C

it can fit in your hand. dog that he never barks at anyone.

Complete the sentences. 1 Last night I was so tired that

.

2 It was such a bad film that

.

3 The game was so exciting that

.

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Language

7 A

Grammar on the Brain The pool felt cold. Tim didn’t go swimming. Jane felt cold. She put on a jumper.

1 Which person touched something? 2 Which person had a general feeling?

Answer the questions with yes or no.

Is the speaker saying how they feel?

Did the speaker touch something?

1 My fish died. I feel bad. 2 I feel hot. I want to go swimming. 3  Ouch! The sand feels hot. 4 This rabbit is so cute and feels really soft.

B

Write these words under the correct picture. cold    headache    hot    hungry    tummy ache    thirsty    toothache

1

2

3

4

6

5

1 Compare a and b. How are they different?

7

Write Now!

a Our senses tell us about our world. They keep us safe and help us find food. Humans have got five senses. They are sight, sound, taste, smell and touch.

b Our senses tell us about our world. They keep us safe and help us find food. Humans have got five senses. They are sight, sound, taste, smell and touch.

2 Make these sentences into a paragraph.

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I feel happy today. The sun is shining and it’s warm outside. I’m going to play basketball with my friends. It’s going to be a good day.

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Reading

8 A

Find the rhyming words in the Pupil’s Book. 1 town and 2

4 salt and and big

3 stars and

5

and

6 

and

and

B

Complete the poem with the words in Activity A. Here in Topsy Turvy

,

Many things are the wrong way

.

Dogs sound like cats, cows sound like

,

Elephants are small and ants are

.

Stars look like apples and apples look like The sun is near and the moon is

, .

Plums taste like chocolate and sugar tastes like Kangaroos can’t jump, but snails do

, .

The wind smells like strawberries, rain smells like The sun feels cold and it makes you

, !

I love Topsy Turvy Town, Where so many things are the wrong way

.

It may make you laugh, it may make you But that’s how things are in Topsy Turvy

C

, .

Use these expressions to write about five other topsy turvy things in your notebook. sound(s) like    smell(s) like    look(s) like    feel(s) like    taste(s) like

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e k 9 Sou n d s Li Eng A

Look at the pictures and say the words. Then write them in the correct column. 3

2

4

5

8 6

–ill

–all

9

7

1

B

l ish

–le

Read the clues. Then write the answers. triangle    candle    ball    bottle    uncle

1 It rolls easily. People play games with it. 2 Use this to light up dark places. 3 Use this to keep liquids in. 4 The brother of my mum or dad. 5 It has three sides.

Phonics

Fun!

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10 Review A

Look and say which senses give us information about each thing. (Score __ / 5)

1

2

B

3

4

5

Write sentences using sense verbs. (Score __ / 4)

1 The rabbit feels soft

.

2 The flute

.

3 The stars

.

4 Lemons

.

5 The stones

.

C

Listen and write a sentence to say what each thing might be. (Score __ / 6)

1 It might be a ...

4

2

5

3

6

D

Complete each sentence with so or such. (Score __ / 5)

1 This jumper is

warm and soft that my sister always wants

to borrow it.

2 He is 3 They are 4 The sun is 5 She’s

a good teacher that I hope we have him again next year. fast runners that they win every race. bright that you should wear sunglasses. a happy person that she makes everyone smile. Talking Point p51

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3 Language Activity Book

Brainwave: the generation of bright ideas! Components

Primary Brainwave

Language Activity Book Pack

Pupil’s Book

Language Activity Book

My Progress Journal

Teacher’s Book

2nd Cycle Exams Practice Pack

• Digital Course - ideal for use

Cheryl Pavlik  • Andrea Harries

Class CDs Test Builder

3

on interactive whiteboards

• Primary Brainwave Resource

Website

I S B N 978-0-230-44041-8

www.macmillanelt.es

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780230 440418

Cheryl Pavlik  Andrea Harries 09/Dec/2011 10:35


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