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2 Grammar

Questions and answers 1 Pracujcie w parach. Z podanych wyrazów ułóżcie pytania. 1 best

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2 Dopasuj poniższe odpowiedzi do pytań z ćwiczenia 1. a Yes, at 6 o’clock. But I like to stay in bed late at the weekend.

g Yes. We usually go to a restaurant for dinner.

m Very well, thank you.

h Because it’s interesting and I love foreign languages.

b In a small house near the town centre.

n My favourites are geography and maths. i Yes, I spend hours on my computer doing this!

c I always do my homework and then have dinner. 

o No, never, but I love watching it on the television.

j In July or August, but we sometimes go away in April.

d Not much. Just a sandwich and some fruit or chocolate.

p Yes, and I sing as well. I want to be the world’s greatest rock star!

k He usually watches sports on the television.

e I always walk. It’s only about 10 minutes from my house.

l Suzanne. We do everything together.

f She’s a chef at a small restaurant near our home.

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q Fifteen. It’s my sixteenth birthday next week!

3 W poniższych kratkach pod odpowiednimi numerami wpisz zaznaczone litery ze zdań w ćwiczeniu 2., a dowiesz się, co twój nauczyciel robi po południu. 1

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2 Communication

Likes and dislikes ✂

I like listening to

I don’t like listening to

________________________________________ .

________________________________________ .

I like going

I don’t like going

________________________________________ .

________________________________________ .

I like reading

I don’t like reading

________________________________________ .

________________________________________ .

I like watching

I don’t like watching

________________________________________ .

________________________________________ .

I like playing

I don’t like playing

________________________________________ .

________________________________________ .

I like talking about

I don’t like talking about

________________________________________ .

________________________________________ .

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2 CLIL (Geography)

Amazing places 1 Pracujcie w parach. Dopasujcie wyrazy z ramki do obrazków (1–7). island lake crater hot springs waterfall mountains river 

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2 Uzupełnij broszurę turystyczną wyrazami z ćwiczenia 1.

l NEW ZEALAND! u f i t u a e B

New Zealand is an exciting place to visit. Did you

Here the river suddenly becomes very narrow

know there are two different parts?

and there is a 20-metre drop, so you can see

On the North ____________, you can sit in the

220,000 litres of water falling per second!

warm water or cover yourself in mud at the

Adventurous people can also go rafting on the

a

b

____________ near Lake Taupo. This area is

Waikato. If you still want more excitement, why

very interesting because the ____________ is

not climb Aoraki, one of the three big

inside a volcanic ____________.

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Visit the 20-metre high Huka ____________

has something for everyone, so come and

which is part of the long Waikato ____________.

discover our beautiful country!

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d

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____________ in New Zealand? New Zealand

3 Opowiedz o geografii swojego kraju.

There’s a beautiful lake in the south with an island in the middle.

There’s a big mountain not far from here, but there isn’t a river.

4 Przygotuj folder reklamujący Polskę. Opisz w nim kilka interesujących miejsc, zamieść też ilustracje i zdjęcia. This page is photocopiable and may be used within the class. © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2011


Unit 2 Grammar

Communication

Questions and answers Likes and dislikes Activity: Sentence construction and puzzle in pairs/small groups

Activity: Whole-class Sentences in a hat game

Language: Present simple questions, question words and adverbs of frequency

Language: Present simple yes/no questions and short answers

Preparation: Make one copy of the worksheet for each pair/group of three.

Preparation: Make one copy of the worksheet for each group of four. Cut out the 12 cards. Provide a hat or a box.

CLIL (Geography)

Amazing places Activity: Matching/gap-fill activities and project work in pairs and groups Language: Present simple and geographical vocabulary Preparation: Make one copy of the worksheet for each student.

Procedure Procedure

Procedure

• Divide your class into pairs or groups of three, and give each pair/group a worksheet. • Set a time limit of eight to ten minutes and ask students to unscramble the words in 1 to make questions. • Ask students to read the answers in 2 and match them to the questions in 1. They should then take the letter in bold and write it below the correct number in 3, i.e. under number 1, they should write the bold letter from the answer they matched with question 1(answer l = letter). If they do this correctly, they will reveal what their teacher does in the evening. • The first pair/group to find the answer is the winner.

• Write on the board: I like listening to … Ask various students to complete the sentence so it is true for them, e.g. hip-hop music, The Black Eye Peas, my friends, etc. • Divide the class into groups of four and give each group a set of 12 cards. Ask them to spread out the cards, face down, and choose three each. They then complete the sentences so they are true for them, without showing the rest of their group. Remind them not to write their names. Monitor and check they are writing correct sentences. • When students have finished, they should fold up their three pieces of paper and put them in the hat or box. • Explain that they are going to guess who wrote each sentence. Demonstrate by taking a piece of paper from the hat and reading the sentence out, e.g. I like listening to jazz. Elicit the question/answer students will need to give: Do you like listening to jazz? (Yes, I do./No, I don’t.) Explain that even though someone answers Yes, I do it may not be their sentence so students may also need to ask: Is this your sentence? • Ask all the students to stand up and take a piece of paper from the hat. They walk around the classroom asking each other questions to discover who wrote that sentence. When they find the person who wrote the sentence, they write the person’s name on the piece of paper, keep it and take another one from the hat. • Continue until there are no sentences left in the hat. The winner is the student who has collected the most sentences.

Extension In their pairs/groups, students write three or four more questions and answers (either the question or the answer must contain an adverb of frequency). They then read out the answers for the class to guess the question. Students win a point for each correct guess. The pair/group with the most points at the end of the game is the winner.

Key 1 Who is your best friend? l 2 What does your mother do? f 3 Do you play the guitar? p 4 What do you do after school? c 5 How old are you? q 6 Do you like chatting online? i 7 Do you get up early? a 8 How do you get to school? e 9 Do you see your friends on Saturday? g 10 What do you usually have for lunch? d 11 What does your father do on Sunday? k 12 When do you usually go on holiday? j 13 Where do you live? b 14 Do you play football? o 15 Why do you like learning English? h 16 Which school subjects do you like? n 17 How are you today? m Puzzle answer: I mark your homework!

Extension • Students choose a sentence stem from the worksheet and use it to write two true sentences and one false one about themselves. In pairs, students read each other’s sentences and try to identify which sentence is false.

• Give a worksheet to each student and ask them to work in pairs. Ask them to label the pictures with the words in the box. Check the answers with the class. • In pairs, students use the words from 1 to complete the tourist brochure in 2. Monitor and help where necessary. Ask students to work with another pair and compare their answers before checking with the class. • Ask students to read the speech bubbles in 3. If students are not familiar with the structure there's/isn’t, which is formally presented in Unit 3, briefly explain it and ask two students to model the dialogue. Give students a few minutes to write two or three sentences. Then, with a new partner, they discuss the geography of their country. • Finally, ask each pair to work with another pair to create a tourist brochure. They can share their ideas from 3, as well as doing further research on the Internet or using encyclopaedias (preferably in English). Ask students to illustrate their brochure and then ask each group to spend a few minutes presenting it to the class. Use the brochures to create a class display.

Key Activity 1 1 lake 2 waterfall 3 mountains 4 river 5 island 6 hot springs 7 crater Activity 2 a Island b hot springs c lake d crater e waterfall f river g mountains


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