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Chris Sutcliffe, Ingela Thunman, Mirja Timling

Mot målen i engelska!

Happy är Gleerups kompletta läromedelspaket i engelska för skolår 3-6. Happy Year 3-6 sätter fokus på • målinriktad inlärningsgång • språklig kompetens

HAPPY Textbook Year 5

HAPPY • individualisering

YEAR

5

HAPPY

Materialet är uppdelat i texter och övningar i A–C delar och kompletteras av en webb med interaktiva övningar som ger ytterligare ett sätt att träna och befästa engelskkunskaperna. Chris Sutcliffe, Ingela Thunman, Mirja Timling

Happy 3-6 har en tydlig målinriktad inlärningsgång som bygger på idéerna från Europeisk språkportfolio (ESP). I workbook finns målen till respektive unit för tala, läsa, skriva, lyssna och grammatik.

I lärarmaterialet finns självtest till varje unit som bygger på målen, diagnoser efter var tredje unit och övningar för de elever som behöver ytterligare träning.

Happy Year 5 består av: Textbook, Workbook, CD till Text- och Workbook, Teacher’s Guide, lärarwebb och elevwebb. Happy finns också för skolår 7–9.

Chris Sutcliffe har skrivit fem böcker i Happy-serien. Han har arbetat som lärare i över 30 år och bor i Lincolnshire, England. Medförfattare till Happy Year 5 är Ingela Thunman och Mirja Timling som båda arbetar som lärare i Västerås.

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ISBN 978-91-40-67156-1

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The Happy Holiday Guide to the Planets

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Contents Unit 1 Homes .........................................................

6 Our House .............................................................. 6 Match the Kitchen .............................................. 8 A House Fit For a Queen ........................... 10 Where They Live (Extra) .............................. 12

Unit 2 Fashion

14 How Much Does It Cost? ............................ 14 Fashion Then ....................................................... 16 Fashion Now ........................................................ 18 Fashion Always Changes (Extra) ............. 20 ....................................................

Unit 6 Space ......................................................... 46 The First Cat in Space .................................. Astronauts ........................................................... Holiday Guide to the Planets ................... It’s in the Stars! (Extra) ................................

Unit 7 New York

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What a Wonderful Town ........................... New York, Here I Come! ........................... Guide to the Best of NY .............................

46 48 50 52 54 54 56 58

Unit 8 Communication ................................ 62 Unit 3 London ...................................................... 22 A Walk in London ........................................... At the Zoo ........................................................... A Busy Day .......................................................... Going Underground (Extra) .....................

22 24 26 28

Keeping in Touch ............................................. 62 My Page .................................................................. 64 Monday Morning Emails ............................... 67 A d8 with k8 (Extra) ...................................... 69

Unit 9 Music ......................................................... 70 Unit 4 Movies

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I’m Not scared ................................................... Making Movies ................................................... The Darkness Is Here .................................. Are You a Vampire Fighter? (Extra) .....

30 30 32 34 36

Unit 5 Ireland ...................................................... 38 Donna from Dublin ........................................ Uncle Michael’s Magic ................................... Uncle Michael’s Story .................................... Soup and Farls (Extra) ..................................

38 40 42 44

I Want My Money Back! .............................. Amira ....................................................................... Silver Dreams ..................................................... Wanted . . . (Extra) .........................................

Unit 10 Festivals

Valentine’s Day Blues .................................... Let’s Celebrate .................................................. Festivals Around the World .....................

76 76 78 80

Unit 11 Christmas

.......................................... 83 Christmas Is for Everyone ......................... 83 The First Day of Christmas ....................... 84 Old Tom Bawcock ........................................... 86

Alfabetisk ordlista

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Phrases and Grammar Unit

Exempel på fraser och ord du lär dig

Grammatik du lär dig

1 Homes

Where do you live? I live in … It has got two rooms and kitchen. In our lounge we have a brown sofa and some black armchairs. In my room there are two lamps... osv. The first house is a yellow house; the second...

Repetera a-an, there is, there are, have, has. Ordningstal 1-10

2 Fashion

How much does it cost? Do you like it? Does he/she/ it like Gucci, Prada osv…, second hand.

Do/does

3 London

I went to Westminister Bridge. I bought a stamp, I saw Big Ben, found, said, gave, paid. Can you tell me the way to… Walk along Whitehall… Turn left, right, straight ahead …

Oregelbundna verb. Had, paid, bought, went, saw, found, said, gave.

4 Movies

A man was born in 1901. The movie came out… He drove the car … She drank his blood.

Fler oregelbundna verb: heard, lost, drove, died, drank, tried, felt, cut, took.

5 Ireland

I like to live in the city. I don´t like the countryside. Does Jim like…? No he does not. Ord som har med landskap att göra. Exempel: hill, lake, sea, river, village, city, mountain.

Do not-does not

6 Space

Rymdord t.ex. space rocket, launch, orbit.

Konstruktioner med going to, will.

7 New York

Reseord t.ex. I called a cab. I’ve booked a flight. I’ve checked my passport. Räkeord t.ex. Third Avenue, 29 th Street.

Regelbundna verb: walked, talked, opened, listened, wanted, looked, stopped, needed, smiled, called, painted.

8 Communication

We talked to him on Skype. We could text him. He doesn’t have MSN. He’s on Facebook.

Repetition av oregelbunda och regelbunda verb.

9 Music

I like this song. Can you play the song? Do you want to be a singer? You must be more talented than the rest. You have to work harder. She’s the best!

Komparation av adjektiv

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Unit

Exempel på fraser du lär dig

Grammatik du lär dig

10 Festivals

Did you get a Valentine’s Day card? We celebrate St George’s Day on 23rd of April. Nirvana day is a Buddhist festival.

Did-did not

11 Christmas

I detta kapitel är det meningen att du ska lära dig ord och fakta om hur man firar jul och nyår i England.

Answers to Going Underground page 28-29: 1–F, 2–H, 3–J, 4–G, 5–1, 6–A, 7–O, 8–B, 9–E, 10–C

Photo credits Cover Hans Carlén/Johnér , Craig Swatton/iStockphoto, P Crashley, 10 Electric crayon/iStockphoto 11 David Cripps/The Royal Collection ©2010 Her Majesty Queen Elisabeth II 19 Erik Pendzich/Rex/IBL 22 ö S. Greg Panosian/iStockphoto 22 m Photokaleidoskop/ NordicPhotos 22 n Christopher Steer/ iStockphoto 23 ö Author’s Image Ltd/ Alamy/Allover Press 23 nv Travelshots.con/Alamy/ Allover Press 23 nh John Woodworth/ Alamy/Allover Press 24 Galina Barskaya/iStockphoto 25 ö Steve Geer/iStockphoto 25 n Andrew Dawson/iStockphoto 27 TfL Maps/Pulse Creative Limited

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29 Grant Rooney/Alamy/ Allover Press 34 Jesse Lang/iStockphoto 35 ö Jillian Pond/iStockphoto 35 n Holly Wilmeth/Getty Images 38 Gordon Dixon/iStockphoto 39, 44 Imagefile Ireland 49 ESA 50-51 NASA, NASA/NSSC 52-53 tc397/iStockphoto 55 Benelux/Corbis/Scanpix 56-57 cisale/iStockphoto 58 BlueMoonPics/iStockphoto 59 Hen Hong/XinHua/ Xinhua Press/Corbis/ Scanpix 60 Spencer Platt/Getty Images/Allover Press 61 S. Greg Panosian/iStockphoto 64 ö Blend Images/Jon Feingersh/Getty Images 64 n Kim Pin Tan/iStocphoto

65 Luis Acosta/AFP/Scanpix 66 Corey Rich/Getty Images 70 Yuri Shirokov/iStockphoto, Sky Magazine/ Rex/IBL 71 Perry Kroll/iStockphoto, Ayaaz Rattansi/iStockphoto 72 sx70/iStockphoto 75 Pavel Konovalov/iStockphoto 76 Viktoriya Sukhanova/ iStockphoto 78 Keith Morris/Alamy/ Allover Press 79 ö Age photostock/IBL 79 n Peter Marshall/Alamy/ Allover Press 80 Arif Ali/AFP/Scanpix 81 Asif Hassan/AFP/Scanpix 84 Francesco Rossetti/ iStockphoto 85 Jan Rysavy/iStockphoto 87 Philip Sharp/Alamy/ Allover

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Fashion Now

fashion – modedesigner designer imagination– fantasi use – använda vivid – levande,

klar (om färg) pattern – mönster cut – skära material – material, tyg sew – sy as easy as – så lätt som throw away – kasta bort everyone – alla in the past – förr i tiden make – göra made – gjort ago – för … sedan leave – sluta

Kate: I have to write a project about fashion, just like Adam. I went to see Suzy and Jim. They live at Number 5, Wellington Road. They are both students of fashion at the University of Manchester. Suzy is in her first year. Jim is in his third year. Kate: Suzy, do you like studying fashion? Suzy: Yes, I do. I have a great imagination and I love to come up with new ideas. I do like using bright, vivid colours. Kate: Do you make the clothes you design? Suzy: I do. I make the patterns and then I cut the materials and sew them together. It’s not as easy as it looks. Sometimes I do make a mistake and then I have to throw the material away. Kate: What do you want to be when you finish? Suzy: I want to be a fashion designer. I want everyone to wear my clothes! Kate: Jim, do you want to be a fashion designer too? Jim: No, I don’t. I like studying the history of fashion. I want to know what clothes people had in the past. Kate: Do you make any of these clothes? Jim: Yes, I do. I have made clothes for rich people living about four hundred years ago. When I leave university I want to design clothes for films and television programmes – but only historical ones!

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London A Walk in London

go – gå went – gick walk along – gå längs see – se saw – såg turn right – svänga

höger column – pelare buy – köpa bought – köpte postcard – vykort lose – förlora lost – förlorade battle – slag

(i krig)

Kate: When we go to London our Dad always takes us on a long walk. This year we went to Westminster Bridge. We walked along the Houses of Parliament and saw Big Ben. Adam: Then we turned right into Whitehall and walked past Downing Street. That is where the Prime Minister lives. Kate: We walked along Whitehall to Trafalgar Square. What did we see? Adam: We saw Nelson’s Column. That is a very tall column with a statue of Admiral Nelson on the top. Kate: I bought a postcard of his statue. He lost his right eye in one battle and his right arm in another.

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london

turn left – svänga

vänster walk across – korsa busy – livlig

Adam: Then we turned left and walked along the Mall to Buckingham Palace. Kate: The Royal Family sometimes lives in Buckingham Palace. We watched the Changing of the Guard. Adam: We walked across Green Park and then turned right down Piccadilly to Piccadilly Circus.

find – hitta found – hittade entertainer – under-

hållare give – ge gave – gav market – marknad walking – promenboots adskor

Kate: Piccadilly Circus is very busy. I took some photographs of the statue of Eros. Adam: Next we walked along Shaftesbury Avenue and turned right into Neal Street. Kate: At the end of Neal Street we found Covent Garden. We had a great time. We watched the street entertainers and gave them some money. I bought some clothes from the market. Adam: And I bought a new pair of walking boots!

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movies

The Darkness Is Here arrival – ankomst believe in – tro på try to – försöka

in N oowre s st here! everyw

The Beyond the Darkness Trilogy

forest – skog leave – lämna left – lämnade alone – själv lonely – ensam noise – ljud fountain – fontän eternal life – evigt liv sharp thorn – vass tag cheek – kind sigh – suck cry – skri drove fear – gjorde into her henne heart skräck-

The Arrival

slagen

England, 1600 Joshua Darke was born at a time when people believed in witches and vampires. Joshua’s mother died soon after he was born. Joshua’s father tried to look after him but he could not manage. His father took him into the middle of the forest and left him there. Alone and lonely, Joshua heard the noise of running water. He found a fountain and drank the water – water from the fountain of eternal life. Twenty years later, Eliza Lightwood lost her pet dog in the forest. As she looked for him she felt a sharp thorn cut her cheek. Then she heard a long, long sigh and then a cry which drove fear into her heart. The Darkness had arrived.

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The Fin Chaptearl

ride – rida rode – red fierce storm – vild

storm took a – tog fel wrong väg turning lose way – komma

vilse cottage – stuga chimney – skorsten dry – torka safe – trygg distance – avstånd triumph – triumf outside – utanför wait – vänta puncture – punktering mend – laga palm – handflata no signal – ingen täckning (på mobilen)

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n o i t a c i n u m Com Keeping in Touch Kate: Look at this, Mrs Andrews. It’s a webcam. I’m sure – Jag är

säker på clever – smart lets us – låter oss someone – någon keep in – hålla touch kontakt phone – ringa landline – fast linje use our – använda mobiles våra

mobiler voicemail – telefon-

svarare

Mrs Andrews: I’m sure it’s very clever, Kate. What does it do? Kate: It lets us see someone when we talk to them over the computer. It’s a system called Skype. Adam: It helps us keep in touch with people. For example, yesterday we wanted to ask Vijay to play football in the park. Kate: We thought we could phone him on our landline. So we did that but he didn’t reply. Adam: Then I said we could use our mobiles. But his mobile went straight to voicemail.

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Kate: And I said that we could text him. But my mobile had run out of battery. Adam: I suggested we could use a computer and talk to him on MSN. But he doesn’t have MSN. Kate: So we used Facebook. He’s on Facebook. Adam: We wanted to talk to him in the Facebook chatroom. Kate: And we also wrote on his wall. Adam: I even sent him a message on private email. Kate: But he didn’t reply so we didn’t meet him. Mrs Andrews: That’s a pity. Where was he? Kate: In the park, playing football.

text – sms, text-

meddelande MSN – ett chattprogram wall – anslagstavla, här: plats att skriva ett meddelande på Facebook That’s a – Det var pity synd

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6mm Rygg

Chris Sutcliffe, Ingela Thunman, Mirja Timling

Mot målen i engelska!

Happy är Gleerups kompletta läromedelspaket i engelska för skolår 3-6. Happy Year 3-6 sätter fokus på • målinriktad inlärningsgång • språklig kompetens

HAPPY Textbook Year 5

HAPPY • individualisering

YEAR

5

HAPPY

Materialet är uppdelat i texter och övningar i A–C delar och kompletteras av en webb med interaktiva övningar som ger ytterligare ett sätt att träna och befästa engelskkunskaperna. Chris Sutcliffe, Ingela Thunman, Mirja Timling

Happy 3-6 har en tydlig målinriktad inlärningsgång som bygger på idéerna från Europeisk språkportfolio (ESP). I workbook finns målen till respektive unit för tala, läsa, skriva, lyssna och grammatik.

I lärarmaterialet finns självtest till varje unit som bygger på målen, diagnoser efter var tredje unit och övningar för de elever som behöver ytterligare träning.

Happy Year 5 består av: Textbook, Workbook, CD till Text- och Workbook, Teacher’s Guide, lärarwebb och elevwebb. Happy finns också för skolår 7–9.

Chris Sutcliffe har skrivit fem böcker i Happy-serien. Han har arbetat som lärare i över 30 år och bor i Lincolnshire, England. Medförfattare till Happy Year 5 är Ingela Thunman och Mirja Timling som båda arbetar som lärare i Västerås.

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