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Star Trips 6 Student's Book

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ENGLISH 6

English 6º Básico

Star Trips 6

6º BÁSICO6

F r a n c i s c o A r a´n g u i z G u t i e´ r r e z H a l i m a S a l i n a s Va´ s q u e z

C arol ina Ugarte Sc hre ble r

Edición especial para el Ministerio de Educación Prohibida su comercialización Año 2013

Edición especial para el Ministerio de Educación Prohibida su comercialización Año 2013


Star Trips 6, for the 6th year of Education, is a collective work, conceived, designed, and created in the Department of Educational Editions of Richmond Publishing, under the general direction of: RODOLFO HIDALGO CAPRILE

DEPARTMENT COORDINATION Eugenia Águila Garay

GRAPHIC DESIGN – GENERAL DIRECTION Xenia Venegas Zevallos

EDITOR IN CHIEF Loretto Araya Rodríguez

GRAPHIC COORDINATION Daniel Monetta Moscoso

EDITOR Gustavo Segura Chávez

DESIGN AND LAYOUT Sandra Ramírez Pizarro

AUTHORS Francisco Aránguiz Gutiérrez Halima Salinas Vásquez Carolina Ugarte Schrebler

ILLUSTRATIONS Óscar Chávez Jofré

PROOFREADERS Ana María Campillo Bastidas Christopher Clarke Arenas SONGS Francisco Aránguiz Gutiérrez Emilio Bascuñán Castellano Rodrigo Muñoz Gálvez Sebastián Prado Ríos AUDIO MATERIAL RMG Producciones METHODOLOGY ADVISER Leyla Lobos Vásquez

ILLUSTRATRIONS – STORIES AND SONGS Gonzalo Contreras Ávila Felipe Lira Pizarro César Mejías Vera Gabriel Navarrete Silva Mathias Sielfeld Rojas Francisco Vargas Bonilla PHOTOGRAPHIES Jorge Quito Soto COVER DESIGN Sandra Ramírez Pizarro COVER ILLUSTRATION Óscar Chávez Jofré PRODUCTION Germán Urrutia Garín

© 2013, by Santillana del Pacífico S. A. de Ediciones Dr. Aníbal Ariztía 1444, Providencia, Santiago (Chile) PRINTED IN CHILE Impreso en Chile por XXX ISBN: Inscripción Nº: Se terminó de imprimir esta XX edición de XX ejemplares, en el mes de XX del año XX. www.santillana.cl


Star TripS student’s book Authors Francisco Aránguiz Gutiérrez Licenciatura en Letras mención Lingüística y Literatura Inglesa Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile Halima Salinas Vásquez Profesora de Inglés Pedagogía en Inglés Instituto Profesional Chileno-Británico Carolina Ugarte Schrebler Licenciatura en Letras mención Lingüística y Literatura Inglesa (cursado) Licenciada en Estética Periodista Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile

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Index and Map of the Book UNIT Starter Unit: A Great Year!

Unit 1: My Friends

Unit 2 Food and Drinks

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LANGUAGE

VOCABULARY

PAGE

• Hi/Hello • I am / I’m… • This is... • I’m from… • He is from… • Eleven green pencils

• Numbers 1-20 • Green, blue, red, purple, orange, yellow, black • notebook, book, pencil, sharpener, ruler, backpack

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• I like dancing. • What does he look like? • He has brown eyes. • He is tall. • What is he like? • She is quiet. • Are you funny? • Yes, I am. • He feels/is sad. • Can she play the guitar? • Yes, she can. • She can/can’t swim.

• Likes and dislikes • Tall, short, blue eyes, black hair • quiet, friendly, intelligent, shy • sad, happy, tired, angry • can/can’t • Diversity, discrimination, equality

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• There is/are… • There is a little/a lot of milk. • There are a few/a lot of/many potatoes. • How much/many…? • What time is it? • It’s 1 o’clock.

• Fruits: apple, banana, pear, orange, strawberry • Vegetables: lettuce, onion, potato, tomato, avocado • Drinks: milk, soft drink, soda, juice • Numbers 1-50 • Countable and uncountable objects • Time • Healthy/unhealthy food

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UNIT Unit 3 Healthy Lifestyles

Unit 4 Occupations

Unit 5 Outdoor Fun!

LANGUAGE

VOCABULARY

PAGE

• I have to sleep more. • What are you doing? • I am drinking tea. • He is playing video games. • He is running slowly.

• Eat healthy, meditate, meet friends, spend time outdoors, exercise • slowly, fast, carefully, happily • beneftis, body weight, diseases, perseverance

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• What would you like to be when you grow up? • I want to be a fire fighter. • Where’s the book? • The book is on the table. • The park is in front of the museum. • This is my/your/his/Nicolás’ hammer.

• Museum, fire station, zoo, school, hospital, theater, park • Fire fighter, police office, teacher, astronaut, doctor, ballet dancer • in, on, under, next to • turn right, turn left, walk across, in front of, go straight, get • fire truck, hose, dancing shoes, syringe, hammer, helmet • first female doctor, university, medicine, pioneer

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• I surfed/explored/walked/surfed/visited… • Last year, I went to Atacama desert. • He was/We were… • There is no river but there is a beautiful forest.

• Countryside, beach, desert, mountains, lake, jungle • Last year/summer/winter/weekend… • But

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Let’s Read!

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Answer Key

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Glossary

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Index

95

References

96

Links

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Getting to Know Your Book... I will learn how to… This is a presentation of all the contents you will learn in the unit.

Let’s Remember In this section you will prepare yourself for the unit and remember what you already have learned.

Learning Objectives This shows you what you are going to learn.

Activities Here you apply and expand the contents you are going to learn.

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Going Back These are activities for you to review what you’ve learned in this unit and clarify your doubts.

I Know... Here you will test your knowledge and skills after working through the whole unit.

What Did I Learn? In this section you will think about how to improve your skills by analyzing your own personal way of learning.

icons:

Listen

Read

Speak

Write

You can download all the tracks from this book in www.recursostic.cl/english/601

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Starter Unit A Great Year! 1. Listen and point.

2. Where is Miguel from?

Osiris 6

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Mars


Hello! I’m Nieves!

3. Now you! Say hi! Hello!

Hi!

Starter Unit: Let’s Meet

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Pencils, Rulers, Books… 1. Listen and color.

2. Listen and mark with a 3 or an 7.

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I have three purple pencils!

3. Listen, find, and circle.

Starter Unit: Let’s Meet

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Unit

1

My Friends

I will learn how to... Who am I? I’m short and I have brown hair.

1. Listen and read.

Nieves I study in O’Higgins School 12 years old I’m from Arica

It’s Nieves!

What is he like? He’s very friendly and funny. I like: Reading, Swimming and Dancing ballet

My friends are (44)

Are you funny?

Yes, I am.

Nicolás

Is he sad? No, he is tired.

Look! I can run really fast.

Tomás

Alicia

My favorite movies are: - WALL-E - The Avengers Matías

2. What is the text about? a. likes and dislikes b. likes and favorite movies or TV shows 10

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Miguel I study in O’Higgins School 12 years old I’m from planet Osiris

My friends are (39)

I like:Duplicating, Watching TV and Playing basketball

Nieves

Nicolás

My favorite TV shows are: - The Simpsons - Avatar - Phineas and Ferb

Roberto

3. What’s the purpose of the text? a. information

b. news

4. Mark their favorite activities with a 3 or an 7.

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Let ’s Remember

Guess Who!

Who am I? I’m short and I have brown hair.

1. Listen and repeat. tall

straight brown hair

brown hair

short

blonde hair

2. Listen.

3. What are Nieves and Nicolás doing? a. playing a game b. doing a presentation 4. True or false? Lucía has straight brown hair. Cata has green eyes. Nieves is tall. Nieves has brown eyes. 12

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False

curly black hair

It’s Nieves!

blue eyes

brown eyes


What is he like?

New Friends

He’s very friendly and funny.

1. Listen and repeat.

friendly

quiet

intelligent

2. Look and listen.

funny

shy

lazy

Nieves posted a photo.

Alicia 1 hours ago Who are they? Comment Like Nieves 6 hours ago They are my new friends. They are José and Martín. José is really friendly and very funny… Comment Like

José

Martín

Alicia 14 hours ago And what is Martín like? Comment Like

Nieves

Nieves 6 hours ago He is quiet. He doesn’t talk much, but he is a great friend. Comment Like José 6 hours ago Yes, that’s me! Comment Like

3. What is it? a. a photo b. a piece of news 4. Circle. a. He is shy.

Martín

b. He is friendly.

José

Martín

José

c. He is funny.

Martín

José

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Personality Quiz 1. Look at the text and circle. It is… a. a quiz. b. an article. 2. Listen and circle Nicolás’ answers.

+1

+2

A. Are you quiet?

Yes, I am.

No, I’m not.

B. Are you friendly?

No, I’m not.

Yes, I am.

C. Are you funny?

No, I’m not.

Yes, I am.

D. Are you shy?

Yes, I am.

No, I’m not.

E. Do you have a lot of friends?

No, I don’t.

Yes, I do.

F. Do you like to play with friends during recess?

No, I don’t.

Yes, I do.

ResultS 8 points or less: You are a quiet person, but you still care about your friends. You like to play individual games that require a lot of attention. 3. So he is... a. quiet. b. friendly. 4. Choose another title. a. What are you like? b. A quiet person c. A friendly person

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9 points or more: You are very friendly. You like to talk a lot and you like to play with other people.


Are you funny?

Yes, I am.

5. What is Nicolรกs like? Mark with a 3 or an 7.

6. Match. What does he look like?

She is friendly and intelligent.

What are you like?

I am shy.

What do you look like?

He is short.

What is she like?

I have black hair and green eyes.

7. Read the quiz again. Ask and answer. Are you quiet? Yes, I am.

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Is He Alright? 1. Listen and repeat.

sad

angry

tired

happy

2. Look at the comic strip. Who is in it? What is it going to be about? 3. Listen and read. Earlier...

Now... What’s wrong with Miguel? Is he sad?

Come on, Miguel! Fast!

I don’t know. Let’s ask him.

Are you alright, Miguel? How do you feel?

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Have a banana.

Oh, thank you, Tomás! I feel great now.

I feel so happy today! I got a 7!

That’s great! Congratulations!


Is he sad? No, he is tired.

4. What happens with Miguel? a. Miguel is tired

b. Miguel is sad

5. True or false? a. Miguel likes basketball.

False

b. Nieves and Tomรกs are worried about Miguel. c. Miguel feels sad. d. Tomรกs gives Miguel an apple. e. Alicia got a 6 in her exam. 6. Complete. Then ask and answer.

he sad?

do you feel? No, he

tired.

I

happy.

7. Now, role play the comic strip.

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Look! I can run really fast.

The Talent Show 1. Look, listen, and read.

Great Talent Show You are Attending Share Public Event

Great Talent Show!

Time

Tuesday, 3:00 pm – 6:00 pm

Location

O’Higgins School

Created By

Mr. Ben

More Info

You are invited to a great talent show. We need very special people who can show their incredible talents.

+ Select Guests to Invite

37 Attending

See All

Nicolás

Miguel

Tomás 4 hours ago I can paint.

Alicia 8 hours ago I can do tricks on my skateboard!

Comment Like

Comment Like

Miguel 18 hours ago I can’t sing, but I can transform into other people.

Nicolás 20 hours ago This show is going to be awesome! I can play the guitar.

Comment Like

Comment Like

Tomás

Alicia

2. What’s the show about? a. The kids’ abilities

b. The kids’ hobbies

3. Look and circle.

He can / can’t run fast. 18

She can / can’t play the guitar.

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He can / can’t swim.

She can / can’t read French.


Chile, a Diverse Country 1. Listen and read.

Chile, a Diverse Country

One of Chile’s most important characteristics is its diversity, a quality that we must learn to value. All people like different things or have different religions. These differences are what makes meeting people so interesting! 2. The text is…

Long Live Diversity!

Chile’s General Law of Education states that

“…the general objectives of primary education shall be (…) recognizing and respecting cultural, religious, and ethnic diversity among persons, as well as equal rights for men and women, and developing the capacity to empathize with others.”

Law 20,370, September 12, 2009. In www.leychile.cl (Chile), consulted on November 23, 2009. (Excerpt)

a. an article b. an e-mail 3. Is diversity respected in your school? How?

Tip

cognates are words that are similar in different languages, like “value” in English and “valor” in Spanish.

4. Work in groups. Organize a display about diversity. a. Choose pictures that show the importance of respecting diversity. b. Organize the material on a poster and add slogans that promote tolerance. Set up your display in a visible place in your school.

Stop Discrimination!

We are all equal!

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Going back 1. Guess who!

step 1

step 2

What does she look like?

She has brown eyes

Write the name of one of your classmates. Do not show it!

step 3

Ask and answer questions about each other’s mystery person. It’s Nieves!

step 4

Does she have brown hair?

Yes, she does.

Remove the names you know that can’t be.

Yes.

The first to guess the other’s mystery person wins the game!

2. Match illustrations and phrases.

brown hair 20

shy

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sad

play the guitar

tall

angry


I Know... 1. Listen and sing. Shoshanna, oh, Shoshanna. You’re shy, but shiny. Shoshanna, oh, Shoshanna. Come out of your shell. 2. Listen and mark with a ✓.

3. Circle. a.  Alicia has curly / straight brown hair. b.  She has brown / blue eyes. c.  She is tall / short.

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I Know... 1. Write a dialogue using the words in the box. I’m Antonio

What does he look like

he is very tall and has black hair

Who is Antonio?

Hi!

I think

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.

.

?


What Did I Learn? 1. Circle.

Now that we have met Miguel and know many things about him, what can we say about him?

Personality

✓ / ✘

Physical appearance

✓ / ✘

Feelings

✓ / ✘

Likes

✓ / ✘

Abilities

✓ / ✘

2. Answer the quiz.

Did I like… … singing songs?

Yes

No

… showing my talents to the class?

Yes

No

… asking questions to my classmates?

Yes

No

… talking about my favorite activities?

Yes

No

… reading comic strips?

Yes

No

… talking about diversity?

Yes

No

… answering a quiz?

Yes

No

3. Now, go back to page 10 and mark your progress with a ✓ or an ✘. Unit 1: My Friends

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Unit

2

Food and Drinks

I will learn how to...

1. Look, listen and point.

What’s on the table? There are tomatoes and oranges. Forty bananas, thirty-five pears...

milk

lettuce Mmmmm… There is a little milk.

strawberries juice

How much milk do you have?

pears

tomatoes

I have a lot of milk.

soda 2. What is it? Write F (fruit), V (vegetable) or D (drink).

What time is it? It’s 1 o’clock.

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Apples

Lettuce

Orange juice

Bananas

Avocado

Potatoes

Milk

Onions

Tomatoes

Pears

Strawberries

Soda


potatoes

avocado onions

oranges bananas

apples

3. Listen and read. 4. Mark with a 3. What are they eating?

Lettuce

Tomatoes

Onions

Strawberries

Potatoes

Avocado Unit 2: Food and Drinks

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Let ’s Remember

Let’s Eat!

What’s on the table?

1. Look and listen.

2. What is on the table? a. fruits, vegetables and orange juice b. avocado and orange juice 3. Unscramble the words.

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a. vocdaoa :

f. anaban :

b. ptoato :

g. tetucle :

c. kiml :

h. rgeona :

d. otomta :

i. pleap :

e. ijceu :

j. erap :

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There are tomatoes and oranges.


Forty bananas, thirty-five pears...

Forty Bananas! 1. Listen and repeat.

ten

twenty-one

thirty-seven

thirty

forty

fifty

2. Listen and complete.

10 soft drinks tomatoes apples 1 lettuce bananas 35 pears potatoes

3. Now, look at the fruits and answer. True or false? a. There are forty bananas. b. There are twenty apples. c. There are forty-five pears. d. There are thirty-six strawberries. Unit 2: Food and Drinks

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What Do We Need? 1. Listen and look.

2. What can you count? Listen and mark with a 3 or an 7.

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Countable

Uncountable

oranges apples tomatoes lettuce potatoes eggs

milk juice water rice chocolate bread


Mmmmm‌ There is a little milk.

3. Listen.

4. Complete with the words from the box. a little / a few / a lot of / many

There are

oranges.

There is

chocolate.

There is

milk.

There are

eggs.

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Going to the Market 1. Look at the comic strip. Who is in it? What is it going to be about? Shopping list

2. Listen and read. , Today is a special day. Nieves’ grandmother is visiting.

10 potatoes 8 tomatoes 2 kilograms of meat 5 bananas 7 apples

We need a lot of things.

Hi! We need a few bananas and potatoes.

How many bananas do you need?

We need 5 bananas, 10 potatoes, 8 tomatoes and 7 apples. Hi! How much meat do you need?

Now we are ready to cook a nice tortilla and make a fruit salad! We need 2 kilograms of meat. 30

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How much milk do you have?

I have a lot of milk.

3. Answer. Who is visiting Nieves? a. Her best friend b. Her cousin c. Her grandmother What are Nieves and her father preparing for dinner? a. Tortilla and a cake b. Tortilla and fruit salad c. Meat and smashed potatoes 4. Put the words in order and form questions. a. bananas / they / many / do / need? / How

b. much / meat / do / they / How / need?

c. many / How / they / do / need? / tomatoes

5. Answer the questions from exercise 4. a. They need five bananas. b. c. 6. Work in pairs. Write a shopping list to make a fruit salad for your class. Then, show it to them. Shopping list

Think‌ How much sugar do you need? How many apples do you need?

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It’s Time for Lunch!

What time is it?

It’s 1 o’clock.

1. Telling time! Look at the clocks and complete.

2. Listen and answer.

a. What are the children doing? b. Who is asking questions? c. What are they talking about?

3. Listen and match.

3:30 p.m. 32

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, 5 o clock

, 1 o clock

4:15 p.m


Healthy Food 1. Listen and read.

HEALTHY EATING PLATE Healthy oils Use healthy oils for cooking, on salad, and at the table. HEALTHY OILS Vegetables Eat a lot of vegetables and a great variety. Potatoes and french fries don’t count.

vegetables

whole grains

fruits

Fruits Eat plenty of fruits of all colors.

Water Drink water, tea, or coffee (with little or no sugar). Limit milk/ WATER dairy (1-2 servings/day) and juice (1 small glass/day). Avoid sugary drinks, like soda or soft drinks. Whole grains Eat whole grains (like brown rice, whole-wheat bread, and wholegrain pasta). Limit refined grains (like white rice and white bread).

healthy protein

Source: www.health.harvard.edu

Healthy protein Choose, fish, beans and nuts; limit red meat; avoid bacon, cold cuts, and other processed meats.

2. True or false? a. You should drink a little milk everyday. b. White rice is better than brown rice. c. Avoid meat and eat fish. d. Eat always one type of vegetable. e. Use healthy oils. 3. Plan a healthy menu for a school day.

My Menu Breakfast

Lunch

Tea time

- a glass of orange juice - cereal with yoghurt - fruits (apples, bananas or oranges)

- chicken with mixed salad (avocado, tomato, lettuce, corn)

- Whole-wheat bread and cheese - a glass of milk

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Going back 1. Match.

There are many tomatoes. There is a little sugar. There are a few eggs. There are a few potatoes. There is a lot of cereal. There is a little rice.

2. Write using a few, a little, a lot of or many. There are a lot of oranges.

3. Look at the pictures and write the time. 6:30

6:50

It’s six thirty. 34

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7:00

8:00

1:15

4:45


I Know... 1. Listen and circle.

2. Complete the questions with many or much. Then, answer. a. How

potatoes are in the salad?

There are 3 potatoes.

b. How

sugar is on the table?

c. How

tomatoes do you eat?

d. How

meat is on the plate?

3. Match.

25

42

eighteen

15

fifty twenty-five

33

50

21

twenty-one thirty-eight

thirty-three

38

18

fifteen forty-two

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I Know... 4. Listen and write. Then, draw.

5. At what time do you‌? Listen and complete.

I have lunch at

I wake up at

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.

I go back home at

.

I have classes at

.

.


What Did I Learn? 1. Circle. Identifying and classifying fruits and vegetables

Counting to 50

Identifying countable and uncountable objects

Telling the time

There is little rice.

There are forty-nine oranges.

What time is it?

It’s 11 o’clock.

2. Answer the quiz.

Did I like… … talking about food?

Yes

No

… planning a healthy menu?

Yes

No

… asking questions to my classmates?

Yes

No

… telling the time?

Yes

No

… reading comic strips?

Yes

No

… talking about the time and the things I do?

Yes

No

… talking about recipes?

Yes

No

3. Now, go back to page 24 and mark your progress with a ✓ or an ✘.

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Unit

3

Healthy Lifestyles

I will learn how to...

1. Listen.

Have pets. They make you laugh.

I have to wake up at 6 o’clock.

What are you doing? I’m drinking green tea.

What is he doing?

Is he Is painting? he painting? She is dancing happily.

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4. Mark their favorite activities with a 3. eat healthy

meet friends

meditate

spend time outdoors

meet friends

eat healthy

spend time outdoors

exercise

exercise meditate Unit 3: Healthy Lifestyles

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Healthy Tips

Let ’s Remember

Have pets. They make you laugh.

1. What is it? a. a quiz

b. an infographic

2. Listen and read.

How can you live to be 100 years old? Surprising tips.

Drink Green Tea to prevent heart disease.

Technology can be good It keeps your brain cells young and healthy.

Meet with friends and make your memory strong.

Have pets. They are good company, make you laugh and exercise.

Eat nuts with moderation and gain 2 extra years of life.

Sleep 7-8 hours. Your body recovers very fast when you sleep enough.

Do not smoke and live 10 years more.

Laugh a lot. Happy people live longer than sad people.

3. What is the text about? a. tips to live longer

b. tips to exercise

4. Choose another title. a. Healthy habits

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b. Pets are good

c. Eat healthy


I have to wake up at 6 o’clock.

A New Day of School 1. Listen and match.

I have to wake up at 6 o’clock.

I have to eat breakfast. I have to study more.

I have to sleep more.

2. What is happening with Nicolás? a. He is hungry b. He is sleepy 3. Practice with a partner. Are you okay?

I’m hungry. I have to eat something.

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What Are You Doing? 1. Listen and match.

She is sleeping.

He is meeting with friends.

She is drinking green tea.

He is eating peanuts.

2. What are they doing? a. doing healthy activities b. meeting with friends

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What are you doing?

I’m drinking green tea.

3. Mark the correct answer. Alicia is

.

a. sleeping

b. sleeps

Nieves is a. drinking Tomás is a. eating Nicolás is a. meets

green tea. b. drink peanuts. b. eats with friends. b. meeting

4. Listen, read and sing.

Hey, boy, what are you doing? Hey, boy, what are you doing? Hey, boy, where are you going? Hey, boy, can I join you? Hey, boy, it’s going to be groovy.

Hey, girl, come and join me. Hey, girl, I’m going to the movies. Hey, girl, I’m walking. Hey, girl, it’s going to be groovy.

Boys and girls! Boys and girls! Having fun!

5. Underline the sentences in the song describing actions in progress. Unit 3: Healthy Lifestyles

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The Surprise 1. Look at the comic strip. Who is in it? What is it going to be about? 2. Listen and read. Is that Miguel? What is he buying?

What is he doing?

I don’t know. I can’t see.

I don’t know. Is he painting something?

Miguel is acting very strange lately.

Maybe he is missing Osiris! Where is he going?

We have to know what is happening to him.

He is going into the park!

Thank you! You are a really good friend.

What are you doing, Miguel?

Surprise! This picnic is for you.

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You are always doing nice things for me.


What is he doing? Is he painting?

3. What’s wrong with Miguel? a. Miguel is missing Osiris b. Miguel is preparing a surprise for his friends 4. True or false? a. Nicolås knows what Miguel is doing. b. Alicia thinks Miguel is missing his mother. c. Miguel is preparing a surprise for his friends. d. The picnic is in the park. 5. Complete. Then ask and answer. What

he doing?

He

you painting?

studying.

No, I

drawing.

6. Now, role play the comic strip. Unit 3: Healthy Lifestyles

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Let’s Move!

She is dancing happily.

1. Listen and repeat.

slowly

fast

carefully

happily

2. Listen and circle. How is Nieves dancing? .

She is dancing a. slowly

b. fast

c. carefully

d. happily

How is Tomás swimming? He is swimming very a. slowly

b. fast

. c. carefully

d. happily

How is Alicia climbing the wall? She is climbing the wall a. slowly

b. fast

. c. carefully

d. happily

How does Miguel have to move in yoga? He has to move very a. slowly

b. fast

. c. carefully

3. Now, practice with a partner. How is Nieves dancing?

She is dancing happily.

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d. happily


The Benefits of Doing Sports 1. Listen and read.

The Benefits of Doing Sports To do sports you need to have some physical attributes, such as: good health, perseverance, motivation and dedication. But, what benefits do you get by doing sports? These are just a few of its advantages: • At your age, it makes your bones big, strong and hard to break.

• Regular exercise and eating healthy helps you have a proper body weight, avoid obesity, and prevent cardiovascular diseases.

• It is good for your mental health. It makes you confident and better at interacting with people around you.

Finally, the body is what we use to interact with the rest of the world. It is very important that we take care of it and keep ourselves in good health.

New words

perseverance: you don’t give up! cardiovascular diseases: your heart is sick.

2. The text is about… a. what sports can do for your health. b. how exercise helps you prevent diseases. 3. Do you practice sports? Write them and the times you practice them a week.

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Going back 1. Complete. She is running.

a. She

. (slowly)

He is swimming.

b. He

. (fast)

He is walking.

c. He

. (carefully)

She is reading.

d. She

. (happily)

2. Make questions. a. What

playing?

He is playing video games. c.

b. What

?

He is doing his homework.

sleeping? No, she is awake.

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. (time you wake up) . (something you do after you wake up) . (something you do for school)


I Know... 1. Dictation. Write what you hear.

a.

b.

c.

2. Listen and mark with a ✓. Alicia has to… wake up early.

do her homework.

study for the test.

brush his teeth.

read a book.

sleep more.

Miguel has to…

Nieves has to…

3. Match.

He is doing his homework She is meditating He is sleeping She is laughing

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I Know... 4. Complete the dialogues with the questions from the box. What are you doing?

Where are you going?

What are you drinking?

I’m going to the cinema.

I’m drinking green tea.

I’m watching TV.

5. Listen and circle. a. She is moving happily / slowly. b. He is jumping happily / fast. c. She is painting carefully / slowly. d. He is speaking fast / carefully.

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What Did I Learn? 1. Circle. Expressing necessity

Identifying healthy activities

Nieves apuntando a una silla, Tomás mostrando un reloj de pulsera)

Describing actions taking place at the moment of speaking He is laughing!

I have to study more

Asking about things that are happening What are you doing?

I’m writing

Describing how actions are performed

She is running fast!

2. Answer the quiz.

Did I like… … singing songs?

Yes

No

… looking for objects?

Yes

No

… asking questions to my classmates?

Yes

No

… talking about my necessities?

Yes

No

… describing actions taking place at the moment of speaking?

Yes

No

… reading comic strips?

Yes

No

… talking about sports?

Yes

No

3. Now, go back to page 38 and mark your progress with a ✓ or an ✘.

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Unit

4

Occupations

I will learn how to...

1. Listen.

What would you like to be when you grow up?

I want to be a doctor! Where’s the book? It’s on the table.

Where is the museum? It’s in front of the park!

Those are Nieves’ dancing shoes.

Is he painting? Where’s my jacket? It’s in the closet.

2. What is the listening about? a. places to go on vacations b. places to live in c. places to work at 3. Are they sure about their choices? a. Yes b. No

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4. Match

Museum

Fire station

Zoo

School

Hospital Unit 4: Occupations

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Let ’s Remember When I Grow Up…

What would you like to be when you grow up?

I want to be a doctor!

1. Listen and repeat.

Firefighter

Police officer

Teacher

Astronaut

Doctor

Ballet dancer

2. Look and listen.

3. What are they doing? a. expressing wishes

b. making a promise

4. Nicolás wants to be… a. a police officer.

b. a teacher.

c. a soccer player.

d. a doctor.

5. What do you want to be when you grow up? Practice with a partner. What would you like to be when you grow up? I like helping people. I want to be a firefighter!

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Where’s the book?

Where’s the Book?

It’s on the table.

1. Listen and repeat.

The pencils are in the backpack.

The book is on the table.

The cat is under the table.

Nicolás is next to Nieves.

2. Listen and circle. a.

b.

c.

d.

3. Complete with the correct word from the box.

under

She is

the piano.

It is

He is

the blanket.

He is

on

in

next to

the table.

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Visiting Santiago 1. Listen and repeat.

turn right

turn left

2. What is it? a. a map

b. a photograph

3. Look, listen and read.

GAM

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walk across

in front of


Where is the museum? It’s in front of the park!

4. What is the text about? a. directions to get to the museum b. instructions to read a map 5. Look for the following places and mark with a ✓.

Santa Lucia Hill

Theater

Fire station

Pablo Neruda’s House

6. How can you get to the Zoo? a. following the blue line b. following the green line c. following the red line 7. Complete with the words from the box. turn left

next to

can

How

I get to the Zoo?

walk across

go straight

get

Mmmm…You have to to Plaza Italia, then

.

Now you have to

the

bridge and go straight to the end of the street. There’s the Zoo Pablo Neruda’s house, La Chascona.

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Lost and Found 1. Listen and repeat.

fire truck

hose

dancing shoes

syringe

hammer

helmet

2. Look at the comic strip. Who is in it? What is it going to be about? 3. Listen and read. Saturday...

Monday... These are not my things. Do you know whose objects are these? Let me take a look!

Thank you for coming to my birthday, guys!

Look! Here is my syringe and Nieves’ dancing shoes. Thank you!

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Is this your helmet, Miguel?

Yes, it is! Thank you, Nicolás!

This is your fire truck, Yes, it is. And right? that’s my hose too!


Those are Nieves’ dancing shoes.

4. It is about…

A

B

5. True or false? a. Nicolás is giving his friends gifts. b. Tomás has Nieves’ dancing shoes. c. Miguel doesn’t like his helmet. d. Alicia is sad because she can’t find her things. 6. Listen and circle. That is a. his This is a. my Those are a. your These are not a. your

fire truck. b. her helmet. b. his dancing shoes. b. Nieves’ things. b. my

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After the Party

It’s in the closet.

Where’s my jacket?

1. Look at the picture and answer.

The dog is

couch.

There is a watch

the TV.

Miguel is

the table.

The red jacket is

the closet.

2. Listen and match.

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The First Female Doctor in Chile 1. Listen and read.

1881

I want to study medicine!

ELOÍSA DÍAZ WAS THE FIRST FEMALE DOCTOR IN CHILE AND SOUTH AMERICA.

IT WASN’T EASY FOR HER AT FIRST. NOBODY LIKED HER BECAUSE SHE WAS A WOMAN.

SHE GRADUATED AS A DOCTOR IN 1887. SHE WAS ONE OF THE BEST STUDENTS.

SHE USED HER PROFESSION TO HELP MANY PEOPLE, ESPECIALLY THE POOR, TEACHERS, AND STUDENTS.

2. The comic strip is about… a. the first female doctor in Chile. b. women at university. 3. The title of this comic strip could be… a. Eloísa Díaz, a pioneer woman b. What do you want to be when you grow up? 4. What do you think about Eloísa’s story? 5. Do you know any other important woman in our history? Who? Unit 4: Occupations

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Going back 1. Match. zoo

.

The firefighter works at the

hospital

.

The doctor works at the The teacher works in a

theater

. .

The ballet dancer works at the

fire station school

2. Listen and circle. How do I get to the hospital/park?

It’s easy, just go straight and turn right/left.

Where’s the zoo/museum?

How do I get to the museum/school?

It’s just in front of/next to that fire station.

You have to walk across/ go straight the street.

3. Ask three classmates about their possessions. That is her backpack

Is that your backpack, Nieves?

That is Nieves’ backpack a.

b.

c.

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Yes, it is.


I Know... 1. Listen and number.

Hospital

School

Museum

Park

2. Listen and mark with a ✓. Nieves wants to be a… teacher.

ballet dancer. Tomás wants to be a… doctor.

firefighter.

Alicia wants to be a/an… fire-fighter.

3. Complete the sentences with the words from the box.

astronaut.

under

on

Nieves is reading a tree.

Nicolás is the car.

Nicolás is sitting Alicia.

Miguel is the tree.

in

next to

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I Know... 4. Look at the map and circle.

You are here How can you get to‌ ... the fire station? a. go straight until the park, turn left, walk more and then turn right. b. turn right, walk a little, and then turn right again. .... the museum? a. turn left and then turn right. b. go straight until the park, turn left, walk more and then turn right. ... the hospital? a. turn left and then turn right. b. turn right, walk a little, and then turn left again. 5. Listen and match.

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What Did I Learn? 1. Circle. Identifying occupations

Identifying places

I’m an astronaut! Nieves apuntando a una silla, Tomás mostrando un reloj de pulsera)

I’m in the museum!

I’m a doctor!

Describing positions

Giving directions in sequence

The cat is on the table!

Go straight, then turn right.

Expressing possession This is my book.

2. Answer the quiz.

Did I like… … singing songs?

Yes

No

… looking for objects?

Yes

No

… asking questions to my classmates?

Yes

No

… talking about what I want to be when I grow up?

Yes

No

… talking about the position of things?

Yes

No

… giving directions?

Yes

No

… reading comic strips?

Yes

No

… learning about the first female doctor in Chile?

Yes

No

3. Now, go back to page 52 and mark your progress with a ✓ or an ✘.

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Unit

5

Outdoor Fun!

I will learn how to...

1. Listen and look.

That is a beautiful beach!

Last summer, Miguel visited the Brazilian jungle.

Where did you go last weekend?

I went to Ranco lake. There is no river but there is a beautiful forest! Look! First, she went to the forest…

2. Listen and complete. Miguel: The sea lions of this

are lovely.

Nieves: Last winter vacations, I went to the Atacama . Nicolás: What I most like about the

is

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Alicia: Last weekend, I went to Villarrica and I caught a big fish!

,


3. Listen and match.

Countryside

Beach

Desert

Mountains

Lake

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Let ’s Remember

Last Summer That is a beautiful beach!

1. Listen and read.

Last year, I visited the mountains and the lakes of the south.

Last summer, I surfed and practiced bodyboard on the beach.

Yesterday, I walked through a beautiful forest in Osiris.

Last summer, I explored the Atacama desert and the Salar de Atacama.

2. True or false? a. Tomás practiced bodyboard. b. Alicia visited the north of Chile. c. Miguel visited a desert in Osiris. d. Nieves explored different places in Atacama. 3. Complete the table with words from the text. Present I explore I walk I surf I practice I visit

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Past I explored


Many Adventures

Last summer, Miguel visited the Brazilian jungle.

1. Listen and answer true or false.

Last week, Miguel went to the African jungle. Last year, Miguel went to Machu Picchu. Last summer, Miguel went to Pichilemu. Last winter, Miguel went to the Swiss Alps. 2. Listen and complete. Last summer, Miguel

the Brazilian jungle.

Last year, Miguel

the ruins of Machu Picchu.

Last summer, Miguel

the waves of Hawaii. through the Swiss Alps.

Last winter, Miguel

3. Look at the pictures and complete the sentences with words from the box.

play - learn - stay Last weekend I Las summer I Last year I

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Where Did You Go? 1. Listen and match.

2. Listen again and circle.

I go/went to Lago Ranco.

Last weekend I was/am in Pichilemu and surfed every day!

Me and my dad had/have so many adventures while we were in the Aconcagua mountain.

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Where did you go last weekend?

3. Listen and read Tomás’ article.

I went to Ranco lake.

Blog A Day in the Aconcagua Last weekend was great. I went on an expedition with my dad to the Aconcagua mountain. We were there early in the morning, so we had all day to ourselves. It was peaceful and fun, but, while we were on our way back to dad’s car, we realized that we were completely lost. We made a fire because it was reallly cold. I went to find some sticks for the fire and I hit something… It was our car! It was right there in front of us! We were so relieved... It was a great adventure!

4. Put the sequence in order.

5. Correct the sentences. It is right there in front of us! We was lost. I go on an expedition. We make a fire. 6. Write. Tomás

to find some sticks.

Tomás and his dad

a fire.

Tomás and his dad

to mountain Aconcagua.

It

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Where Is Alicia? 1. Look at the pictures and guess. The story is about… a. students lost in a forest. b. a trip to the mountains. c. a party in the forest. 2. Listen and read. Where is Alicia?

She wanted to come but she was sick… Last year we went to Cajón del Maipo and swam in the river. Where are we going this year?

Awesome! There is no river but there is a beautiful forest!

We are going to the mountains, but there is no river.

This is nice, but there is nowhere to swim.

And what about this lake?

Wow! There is no river but look at that lake!

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There is no river but there is a beautiful forest!

So, at midnight, she went into the forest, and she never came back! Where is Alicia?

But you told me she was sick!

Oh! You are right, she never came! 3. Choose. Alicia didn’t go to the trip because… a. she went to Cajón del Maipo. b. she went to the forest. c. she was not feeling well. 4. True or false? a. Miguel was scared because Alicia was lost. b. Cajón del Maipo doesn’t have a river. c. Tomás didn’t like to swim in the lake. 5. Match. Cajón del Maipo has a river… Alicia wanted to go… There is a forest in the mountains… They thought Alicia was lost…

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What Happened First?

Look! First, she went to the forest…

1. Look at the pictures and choose.

a. Alicia is sick and can’t go to the trip. b. Alicia is sick and doesn’t want to go to the trip. 2. What happened first? Number the sequence.

a. Alicia is lost in the forest and everyone is looking for her. b. They are looking for Alicia but she never went to the trip. And we all thought she was lost!

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b. Nieves, Nicolás, and Miguel enjoyed the lake while Mr. Ben and Tomás talked in the sand.

c. The whole class, except Alicia, visited the mountains in a school trip.


Chilean Fauna

The llama lives in the north of Chile, near the Andes.

1. Look at the pictures and guess. The text is about‌ a. the variety of Chilean landscapes. b. wild animals of the world. c. animals that live in our country.

The flamingo lives in zones with lakes, either near the Andes or the coast.

The culpeo is a fox that lives in many places of Chile.

The Andean Condor lives in the Andes and is the largest bird in Chile.

The penguin is a bird, but it cannot fly. It uses its wings to swim.

The puma is a carnivore which lives in forests and the Andean mountains.

The llama lives in the north of Chile, near the Andes.

2. Which animals live there? Look at the pictures and write down their names.

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Going back 1. Play!

3

4

6

1 start

10

9

11 finish

14

13

12

2 Last summer you went to the beach and forgot to protect your skin from the sun. You lose one turn.

10 You went Pichilemu but you never have been in La Serena. Go back one place and tell a friend where have you been and where you haven´t.

4 Name three chilean animals.

11 Name a landscape and an animal from that place.

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13 Tell a classmate what you did last summer vacations. 14 Where were you yesterday?


I Know... 1. Listen and mark with a ✓ the places you hear.

2. Correct the sentences. Yesterday, I walk through the forest. I catch a fish last week. I make a fruit salad for lunch. I do my homework before I watched TV. 3. Circle. Alicia go/went to the zoo yesterday. She saw/see many different animals. There was/were bears, penguins, lions and crocodiles. Alicia was/were really amazed by them. She loved/loves them. She never was/is in a zoo before. She tried/tries to touch a penguin, but a guard told/tells not to touch them. Anyway, she took/ takes a lot of pictures and she was/were incredibly happy to visit the zoo for the first time. When she went/goes to school, she showed/shows all the pictures to her classmates.

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I Know... 4. Now, order the sequence.

5. Write sentences about three places you have visited. I went to the beach last summer.

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What Did I Learn? 1. Circle. Identifying places

Describing actions taking place in the past Yesterday, I went to the zoo. It was awesome!

That’s the Aconcagua mountain!

✘ Re-telling stories

Contrast information Alicia wanted to come but she was sick.

Look! First, she went to the forest…

2. Answer the quiz.

Did I like… … talking about places?

Yes

No

… talking about Chile and its landscapes?

Yes

No

… talking about places I have visited?

Yes

No

… talking about things that happened in the past?

Yes

No

… re-telling stories?

Yes

No

… reading comic strips?

Yes

No

… learning about animals?

Yes

No

3. Now, go back to page 66 and mark your progress with a ✓ or an ✘.

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Let’s Read! The Milkmaid and her pail A milkmaid was walking along with a pail of milk on her head, singing happily as she went. She was thinking of the money she would get for selling the milk in the market. “Let me see,” she said to herself. “Here are eight liters of milk, and with the money I get for it I can buy fifty eggs. The fifty eggs will give me fifty chickens. I will sell the chickens at the market. With the money I get from selling the chickens, I will buy a beautiful new dress. I think, I will buy a green one—yes, that’s what I’ll do. Then, I will wear it to church and all the young men will want me to be their girlfriend. But I won’t look at any of them—no, I won’t!” She moved her head proudly, and the pail, which she had altogether forgotten, fell from her head and all the milk was spilled on the ground.

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Milkmaid

Pail

Market

Eggs

Chickens

Dress

Church

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Activities 1. Where was the milkmaid going? a. to the market b. to her house c. to church 2. Number the correct sequence.

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Let’s Read! Hansel and Gretel A poor woodcutter and his wife had two children named Hansel and Gretel. Their mother died when they were young. Hansel and Gretel were very sad. Soon their father remarried but their stepmother was very cruel. One day, she took the children deep into the forest and left them there. Clever Hansel had some breadcrumbs in his pocket and had dropped them on the way so that they could find their way back home, but the birds ate all the crumbs and they couldn’t find the path that led back home. Hansel and Gretel went deeper and deeper into the forest. They were hungry and tired. Finally, after walking for a long time, they saw a cottage made of chocolate, candies, and cake. “Look, Hansel! A chocolate brick!” shouted Gretel in delight and both ate it hungrily, but a wicked witch lived there. When she saw Hansel and Gretel, she wanted to eat them. The witch locked Hansel into a cage and said that she would fatten

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him up and then eat him. One day suddenly she ordered Gretel to light the oven. “We’re going to have a tasty roasted boy today!” she said. She was feeling very hungry so she again asked Gretel to check if the oven was hot or not. Gretel returned, whimpering: “I can’t tell if it is hot enough or not.” Angrily, the witch screamed at the little girl: “Useless child! All right, I’ll see for myself.” When the witch bent down to check the heat in the oven, Gretel gave her a good push and closed the oven door. Gretel immediately ran to set her brother free. The witch had died. Hansel and Gretel also found great treasure in the cottage so they took it and went back home. Luckily this time they reached home safely and without much problem. They found their father outside the home weeping, so Hansel and Gretel asked him “What happened?” His father replied “your stepmother has died.” He hugged the children and they all lived happily ever after.


Activities 1. Vocabulary. Match.

woodcutter

brick

cottage

cage wicked

treasure oven

breadcrumbs

2. Answer the questions. a. Who took the children to the woods?

b. Who ate the breadcrumbs?

c. What was the cottage made of?

d. What did the witch want to do with the children?

e. What did the children take home?

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Let’s Read! The Gingerbread Man One day an old woman made a little gingerbread man. She made eyes for him, a nose, and a smiling mouth. Then she put him on a baking tray and put him into the oven. After a little while, she heard something at the oven door. She opened it and the little gingerbread man jumped out. She tried to catch him, but he slipped past her, he said: “Run, run, as fast as you can, You can’t catch me, I’m the gingerbread man!” She ran after him into the garden where her husband was. He tried to catch him too, but as the gingerbread man was really fast. He said: “Run, run, as fast as you can, You can’t catch me, I’m the gingerbread man!” The old woman and the old man followed him as he ran through the fields. There he met a fox, so he said to the fox:

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“Run, run, as fast as you can, You can’t catch me, I’m the gingerbread man!” The gingerbread man had to stop because he came to a river. The fox saw the old woman and the old man following the gingerbread man and the fox said, “Jump on my back. I’ll take you across the river!” The gingerbread man jumped on the fox’s back and the fox began to swim. As they reached the middle of the river, the fox said, “Can you move on to my nose, Gingerbread Man, so that I can carry you more safely? I would not like you to drown.” The gingerbread man moved on to the fox’s nose. Suddenly, the gingerbread man disappeared into the fox’s mouth, and was never seen again.


GLOSSARY

Gingerbread man

Baking tray

Oven

Catch

Fox

River

Drown

Fields

Activities 1. Run, run, as fast as you can, … a. You can’t eat me, I’m the gingerbread man! b. You can’t catch me, I’m the gingerbread man! c. You can’t beat me, I’m the gingerbread man! 2. What happens at the end of the story?

A

B

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Let’s Read! The Elves and the Shoemaker A shoemaker and his wife lived in a little house. They were very poor. One day, they had leather for only one pair of shoes. The shoemaker left the leather on his bench and said, “Tomorrow I will finish these shoes.” The next morning the shoemaker went to his workshop to finish the shoes; he found the pair of shoes already finished.

rich shoemaker. One day, the shoemaker asked his wife, “Who is making the shoes?” So one night they hid behind a curtain and waited. At midnight, two little Elves jumped through the window, they sat down on the bench and started making shoes.

He sold them quickly.

They worked really fast and after they finished, the little Elves left the house.

With the money, the poor shoemaker bought leather for two pairs of shoes.

The next morning his wife said, “I want to make some clothes for the little Elves.”

The shoe maker said to his wife, “I will make two pairs of shoes with this leather.” And he went to bed.

The shoemaker said, “I will make them shoes.”

The next morning, the shoemaker went to his workshop to make the shoes. But he found two pairs of shoes already made.

The shoemaker and his wife left the clothes and the shoes on the bench for the little Elves.

He sold them quickly again.

When the little Elves returned, they found the little clothes and the little shoes. The Elves were very happy. They put them on and left happily.

Every night the shoemaker left the leather in the workshop and the next morning he would find the shoes magically finished. He became a very

The shoemaker and his wife never saw the little Elves again, but after that night they always had good luck.

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GLOSSARY

Leather

Bench

Workshop

Elves

Activities 1. Who made the shoes at night?

A

Two Elves

B

The Shoemaker

C

The Shoemaker’s wife

2. The shoemaker and his wife gave the little Elves‌ a. little clothes and little shoes. b. little shoes and bread. c. milk and cookies. Unit 4: Occupations

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Let’s Read! Little Red Riding Hood Once upon a time, there was a girl called Little Red Riding Hood. One day Little Red Riding Hood’s mother said “Little Red Riding Hood, go visit your grandmother. Take her this basket with cookies and marmalade.” On her way, through the forest, a wolf stopped Little Red Riding Hood and said “Where are you going, little girl?” “To visit my grandmother,” she answered. The wolf, who was a big bad wolf, told her “Why don’t you pick some flowers for your grandma?” That’s a good idea, she thought. While Little Red Riding Hood picked some flowers, the wolf ran quickly to Grandmother’s house. And… he locked Grandmother inside a closet, put on her pajamas and got into her bed. Just then, Little Red Riding Hood came in the house. When she got closer to say hello she noticed something strange. “What big eyes you have, Grandmother!” said Little Red Riding Hood. “So I can see you, my dear!” said the wolf. “What big ears you have, Grandmother!” “So I can hear you, my dear!” “What big teeth you have, Grandmother!” “So I can eat you, my dear!” The wolf jumped out of the bed to catch Little Red Riding Hood! But, she ran out of the house and saw a woodsman in the forest. “Help! Help!” she said. The woodsman ran up to help the little girl and scared the wolf away. “Get out! Leave this girl alone!” said the mighty and brave woodsman.The wolf ran away and Little Red Riding Hood said ”Thank you, thank you, you saved me!”

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The woodsman and Little Red Riding Hood went back inside Grandmother’s house and unlocked her from the closet. Little Red Riding Hood hugged her. Then, that afternoon they all had tea, with cookies and marmalade.


GLOSSARY

marmalade

to disguise

to lock

to hug

Activities 1. Mark with a check the good characters and with a cross the evil characters.

2. True or false? a. The wolf wants to be Little Red Riding Hood’s friend. b. The wolf wants to eat Little Red Riding Hood. c. Little Red Riding Hood brings butter and cookies to her grandmother. d. The woodsman attacks Little Red Riding Hood. Unit 5: Outdoor Fun!

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Answer Key Starter Unit

4. a.

I’m Antonio.

Páginas 6 y 7:

5. 7, 3, 3, 7, 7

Unit 2

3. Escribe tu nombre y practica con tus compañeros diciendo Hi! I’m (tu nombre)

6. Une:

Páginas 24 y 25:

What does he look like? – He is short.

2. Columna 1: F, D, V, D, V, F

Páginas 8 y 9:

What are you like – I am shy.

Columna 2: V, F, V, V, F, D

What do you look like? – I have black hair and green eyes.

4. De izquierda a derecha, por filas: 7, 3, 3, 3, 3, 7

What is she like? – She is friendly and intelligent.

Página 26:

7. Usa la prueba como modelo para hacer las preguntas y para responder.

3. avocado, potato, milk, tomato, juice, banana, lettuce, orange, apple, pear

1. Pintar: regla anaranjada, lapiz rojo, cuaderno amarillo, mochila azul, sacapuntas morado 2. Marcar en el siguiente orden: 7, 3, 7, 7, 3 3. Encerrar en un círculo: tres reglas moradas, doce lápices rojos, quince libros amarillos, siete mochilas azules

Páginas 15 y 16: 4. a.

2. a.

Página 27:

5. True, False, False, False

2. six-tomatoes, fifteen apples, forty bananas, fifty potatoes.

2. b.

6. Is he sad? No, he is tired.

3. False, False, False

3. a.

How do you feel? I feel happy.

Páginas 28 y 29:

4. Nieves: 3, 7, 3

Página 18:

2. De izquierda a derecha, por filas: 3, 3, 7, 3, 7, 7, 3, 3, 3, 3, 7, 7

Unit 1 Páginas 10 y 11:

Miguel: 3, 7, 3

2. a.

Página 12:

3. can, can’t, can’t, can

4.

3. a.

Página 19:

a. a lot of/many

4. True, False, True

2. a.

b. a little

Página 13:

Página 20:

c. a lot of

3. a.

2. de izquierda a derecha:

d. a few

4. Martín, José, José

Nieves – shy

Páginas 30 y 31:

Páginas 14 y 15:

Nicolás – sad

1. a.

Miguel – angry

4.

2.

Alicia y niño – tall

a. How many bananas do they need?

a) No, I’m not

Nicolás – play the guitar

b. How much meat do they need?

b) Yes, I am.

Nieves – brown hair

c. How many tomatoes do they need?

c) Yes, I am.

Páginas 21 y 22:

5.

2. 3, 7, 3, 7, 7, 3

b. They need two kilograms of meat.

3. straight, blue, tall

c. They need eight potatoes.

f) Yes, I do.

4. Completar en el orden de la historieta:

Página 32:

3. b.

What does he look like

1. De izquierda a derecha, en filas:

he is very tall and has black hair.

6:00 = six o’clock

d) No, I’m not. e) Yes, I do.

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3. c; b


2:15 = two fifteen

There is one kilogram of sugar.

1. b.

8:25 = eight twenty-five

c. many

3. a.

10:30 = ten thirty

There are two tomatoes.

4. a.

1:55 = one fifty-five

d. much

Página 41:

11:45 = eleven forty-five

There is one kilogram of meat.

1. Une:

3. Une de izquierda a derecha:

3. Une:

Alicia – I have to wake up at 6 o’clock.

Niños almorzando – 1 o’clock

Nineteen – 19

Nieves y Tomás – I have to sleep more.

Tomás – 3:30 P.M.

Twenty-five – 25

Miguel – I have to study more.

Nieves, Alicia y Nicolás – 4:15 P.M.

Fifty – 50

Nicolás y Miguel – I have to eat breakfast.

Tomás y Nicolás – 5 o’clock

Thirthy-eight – 38

2. a.

Página 33:

Twenty-one – 21

Páginas 42 y 43:

2. True, False, True, False, True

Thirty-three – 33

1. Une:

Página 34:

Fifteen – 15

She is sleeping. – Alicia

1. Une:

Forty-two – 42

He is meeting with friends. – Nicolás

There are many tomatoes. – tomates

4. De izquierda a derecha, completa cada reloj conlas manijas del reloj con las siguientes horas: 8:45, 10:00, 9:15, 3:30

She is drinking green tea. – Nieves

There is a little sugar. – azúcar There are a few eggs. – huevos

He is eating peanuts. – Tomás 2. a.

There are a few potatoes. – papas

5. Completa los diálogos de izquierda a derecha, por filas, con las siguientes horas:

There is a lot of cereal. – cereal

I have lunch at 2 o’clock.

There is a little rice. – arroz

3. Encerrar en un círculo las alternativas y escribirlas en la oración: sleeping, drinking, eating, meeting

I go back home at 4.45.

3.

Páginas 44 y 45:

I wake up at 6.50.

a) It’s six fifty.

3. b.

I have classes at 8 o’clock.

b) It’s seven o’clock.

4. False, False, True, True

Unit 3

c) It’s eight o’clock.

Páginas 37 y 38:

5. Completa los diálogos y luego practícalos con un compañero:

d) It’s one fifteen.

2. b.

What is he doing? He is studying.

e) It’s one fifteen.

3. a.

Are you painting? No, I’m drawing.

Páginas 35 y 36:

4.

Página 46:

1 .Encierra en un círculo: 4 plátanos; vaso de leche casi vacío; taza de té casi llena; canasta con 2 peras

Nieves, meditate

2. happily, fast, carefully, slowly.

Tomás, meet friends

Página 47:

2.

Alicia, exercise

2. a.

a. many

Nicolás, spend time outdoors

Página 48:

There are five potatoes in the salad.

Miguel, eat healthy

1. Completa las oraciones:

b. much

Página 40:

a. She is running slowly.

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Answer Key b. He is swimming fast.

Zoo – zoológico

1. Completa cada oración:

c. He is walking carefully.

School – colegio

The dog is on the couch.

d. She is reading happily.

Hospital – hospital

Miguel is under the table.

2. Completa las preguntas:

Página 54:

There is a watch next to the TV.

a. are

3. a.

The red jacket is in the closet.

b. are you doing

4. b.

2. Une:

c. Are you

Página 55:

Perro – Nicolás

Páginas 49 y 50:

2. Encierra en un círculo:

Chaqueta verde – Miguel

1.

a. Goma de borrar arriba de la mesa

Chaqueta roja – Alicia

a. I am running.

b. Nieves abajo del árbol

Reloj pulsera – Tomás

b. He is sleeping.

c. Gato junto a la estatua

3. Encierra en un círculo: her, Tomás’, his

c. She is walking.

d. Tomás adentro de la piscina

Página 61:

2. Haz un 3 en las siguientes acciones:

3. Completa usando las palabras en la caja:

2. a.

do her homework.

She is next to the piano

3. a.

study for the test.

He is on the table.

Página 62:

sleep more.

He is under the blanket.

1. Une y completa cada oración:

3. Une:

He is in the box.

The fire-fighter works at the fire station.

Nieves – She is meditating

Páginas 56 y 57:

The doctor works at the hospital.

Alicia – She is laughing.

2. a.

The teacher works in a school.

Nicolás – He is sleeping.

4. a.

The ballet dancer works at the theater.

Tomás – He is doing his homework.

6. b.

2. Encierra en un círculo:

4. Completa los diálogo en el siguiente orden:

7. Completa los diálogos así:

park, left, zoo, in front of, school, walk across

How can I get to the zoo?

Página 63:

Where are you going?

1. Enumera de acuerdo al orden en que escuchas cada lugar:

5. slowly, happily, carefully, fast

Mmmm…You have to go straight to Plaza Italia, then turn left. Now you have to walk across the bridge and go straight to the end of the street. There’s the Zoo next to Pablo Neruda’s house, La Chascona.

Unit 4

Páginas 58 y 59:

Museum, 1

Páginas 52 y 53:

4. b.

Park, 4

2. c.

5. False, True, False, True

2. Marca con un 3:

3. b.

6. Encierra en un círculo las alternativas y escríbelas en la oración correspondiente: her, my, your, my

teacher, doctor, astronaut

Página 60:

Nicolás is in the car.

What are you drinking? What are you doing?

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Hospital, 2 School, 3

3. Completa usando palabras de la caja: Nieves is reading under the tree.


Tomás is sitting next to Alicia.

4. Enumera la secuencia correcta: 3, 4, 1, 2

I caught a fish last week.

Miguel is on the tree.

5. Corrige las oraciones así:

I made a fruit salad for lunch.

4. Encierra en un círculo las siguientes alternativas: b, b, a

It was right there in front of us!

I did my homework before I watched TV.

5. Une:

We were lost. I went on an expedition.

3. Encierra en un círculo las acciones: went, saw, were, was, was, tried, told, took, was, went, showed

Nieves – mochila

We made a fire.

Tomás – libro Alicia – lapiz

6. Escribe acciones en cada oración: went, made, went, was

Unit 5

Páginas 72 y 73:

Páginas 66 y 67:

1. b.

2. Completa los diálogos con las siguientes palabras: beach, desert, countryside, mountains, lake

3. c.

3. Une:

4. False, False, False 5. Ordena las oraciones:

4. Ordena la secuencia de izquierda a derecha, por filas: 4, 1, 3, 2 Stories Página 71: 1. a. 2. 2, 4, 1, 3 Página 73: 1. Une:

Tomás – Mountains

Cajón del Maipo has a river… but there are no lakes.

Nicolás – Countryside

Alicia wanted to go… but she was sick.

Cottage – Cabaña

Alicia – Lake

There is a forest in the mountains… but there are no rivers.

Brick – Ladrillo Cage – Jaula

Página 68:

They thought Alicia was lost… but she never went to the trip.

2. True, False, False, True

Página 74:

Treasure – Tesoro

Miguel – Beach Nieves – Desert

3. Completa la tabla con las siguientes frases: I walked, I surfed, I practiced, I visited Página 69: 1. False, True, False, True 2. Completa con las acciones que escuchas: visited, explored, surfed, walked

1. Elige la respuesta que corresponda con la ilustración: a, b 2. Enumera la secuecia: 1, 3, 4, 2 3. Asigna una letra a cada ilustración de izquierda a derecha: b, c, a Página 75:

Woodcutter – Leñador

Wicked – Bruja malvada Oven – Horno Breadcrumbs – Migas de pan Página 75: 1. b. 2. a. Página 77:

1. c.

1. a.

3. Completa las oraciones con palabras de la caja, pero cambiándolas a tiempo pasado: played, stayed, learned

2. Escribe los animales que viven en cada zona:

2. a. Página 79:

Montaña: Puma, Condor, Culpeo

1. 3, 7, 3, 3

Páginas 70 y 71:

Lago: Llama, Flamingo

2. False, True, False, False

1. Escribe los nombres de los personajes en el siguiente orden: Alicia, Tomás, Nieves

Páginas 77 y 78:

2. Encierra en un círculo las siguientes acciones: went, was, had

2. Corrige las oraciones:

1. 3, 7, 3, 3 Yesterday, I walked throught the forest. Answer Key

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Glossary Starter Unit Backpack: mochila Black: negro Blue: azul Book: libro Brown: café Green: verde Notebook: cuaderno Pencil: lapiz Planet: planeta Purple: morado Red: rojo Ruler: regla Yellow: amarillo Unit 1 Angry: enojado Curly: ondulado Dimples: margaritas Diversity: diversidad Equality: igualdad Eyes: ojos Freckles: pecas Friend: amigo Friendly: amistoso Funny: divertido Guitar: guitarra Hair: cabello Happy: feliz School: colegio Lazy: flojo Movie: película Quiet: callado Sad: triste Short: pequeño Shy: tímido Sports: deportes Straight: liso Tall: alto 94

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Tired: cansado To dance: bailar To duplicate: duplicarse To paint: pintar To play: jugar To sing: cantar To swim: nadar To talk: hablar Tolerance: tolerancia Unit 2 Apple: manzana Avocado: palta Banana: platano Cold cut: corte crudo Disease: enfermedad Fruits: frutas Grain: granos Juice: jugo Lettuce: lechuga Milk: leche Pear: pera O’clock: en punto Oil: aceite Onion: cebolla Orange: naranja Potato: papa Soda: bebida gaseosa Soft drink: bebida de fantasía Strawberry: frutilla Tea: té Tomato: tomate Vegetables: verduras Wheat: trigo Unit 3 Benefits: beneficios Carefully: cuidadosamente Fast: rápido, rápidamente Happily: felizmente

Homework: tarea Hungry: hambriento Obesity: obesidad Perseverance: perseverancia Sleepy: somnoliento Slowly: lentamente To meditate: meditar To meet friends: juntarse con amigos To act strange: actuar raro To buy: comprar To exercise: hacer ejercicio To eat healthy: comer sano To laugh: reirse To sleep: dormir To smoke: fumar Weight: peso To spend time outdoors: pasar tiempo al aire libre To wake up: levantarse Unit 4 Astronaut: astronauta Ballet dancer: bailarín de ballet Dancing shoes: zapatillas/zapatos de baile Doctor: doctor Hospital: hospital Female: mujer, femenino Fire fighter: bombero Fire station: estación de bomberos Fire truck: camión de bomberos Guard: guardia Hammer: martillo Helmet: casco History: historia Hose: manguera In: en In front of: en frente de Left: izquierda Medicine: medicina


Museum: museo Next to: al lado de On: dentro, en Park: parque Pioneer: pionero Poor: pobre Right: derecha School: colegio Soccer player: futbolista Syringe: jeringa Teacher: profesor Theater: teatro To grow up: crecer To teach: enseñar To work: trabajar

Under: debajo de Zoo: zoológico Unit 5 Beach: playa Countryside: campo Desert: desierto Expedition: expedición Fish: pez, pescado Flamingo: flamenco Forest: bosque Fox: zorro Lake: lago Landscape: paisaje Horse: caballo Mountain: montaña

North: norte Penguin: pinguino Place: lugar Ruins: ruinas Sea lion: lobo de mar South: sur Summer: verano Swiss Alps: Alpes Suizos To climb: escalar To explore: explorar

Food and drinks, p. 24-33 G Giving directions, p. 56-57 Greetings, p. 6-7 H Healthy activities, p. 38-40, 42-43 Healthy food, p. 33 J Jobs, p. 54 L Landscapes, p. 66 N Numbers -Counting from 1 to 50, p. 27 -Expressing quantity: There is, There are, p. 27 O Objects related to jobs, p. 58-59

P Personal information, p. 10-11 Physical characteristics, p. 12 Position: - in, on, under, next to, p. 55 - in front of, next to, walk across, p. 56-57 Possessive pronouns, 58-59 Q Questions - How, p. 46 - Who, p. 12, 20, 22, 31 - Where, p. 44-45, 55-57 - How many/ How much, p. 30-31 R Re-tell stories, p. 74 T Time, p. 32 W Workplaces, p. 52-53

To visit: visitar Weekend: fin de semana Winter: invierno Year: año Yesterday: ayer

Index A Actions - In progress, p. 42-45 - Past, p. 68-71 Animals, p. 75 C Colors, p. 8-9 Contrast information, p. 72-73 Countable and uncountable nouns, p. 28-31 D Describing actions, p. 46 Describing personality, p. 13-15 Diversity, p. 19 E Expressing ability: I can, I can’t, p. 18 Expressing possession, p. 58-60 Expressing necessity, p. 41 F Feelings, p. 16-17

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References Brewster, J., Ellis, G., & Girard, D. (2002). The Primary English Teacher’s Guide. Harmondsworth: Penguin English. Gerngross, G., & Puchta, H. (1997). Do and Understand: 50 Action Stories for Young Learners. Harlow: Longman. Hearn, I., & Rodríguez, A. G. (2003). Didáctica del inglés para primaria. Madrid: Prentice Hall. Montes, C. C., & Páez, A. (2009). English 5 (4th ed.). Santiago: Richmond Publishing. Montes, C. C., & Páez, A. (2009). English 6 (4th ed.). Santiago: Richmond Publishing. Murphy, R. (2003). Essential Grammar in Use a Self-study Reference and Practice Book for Elementary Students of English with Answers (2nd ed.). Cambridge: Cambridge: University Press.

Nakata, R., & Frazer, K. (2007). Let’s Go 5 Student Book. New York: Oxford. Richards, J. C. (2005). Communicative Language Teaching Today. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Savage, K. L., Bitterlin, G., & Price, D. (2010). Grammar Matters: Teaching Grammar in Adult ESL Programs. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Slattery, M., & Willis, J. (2001). English for primary teachers. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Slavin, R. E. (2003). Educational Psychology: Theory and Practice (7th ed.). Boston: Allyn and Bacon. Vez, J. M., Guillén, C., & Alario, C. (2002). Didáctica de la Lengua Extranjera en la Educación Infantil y Primaria. Madrid: Síntesis Educación.

Useful Links Dictionaries www.dictionary.cambridge.org www.dictionary.com www.merriam-webster.com More Information about the topics of the units http://chileabroad.gov.cl/en/sobre-chile/asi-es-chile/panorama-actual/cultura/ http://www.health.org http://www.hsph.harvard.edu/nutritionsource http://www.lonelyplanet.com/chile/santiago http://www.chile.travel/ http://www.thisischile.cl/1202/2/356/chile-flora-fauna/Article.aspx http://www.gochile.cl/en/guides/flora-and-fauna/chilean-flora-and-fauna.html

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