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Chris Sutcliffe, Ingela Thunman, Mirja Timling

Engelska utifrån Lgr 11!

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

HAPPY Textbook Year 6

HAPPY • individualisering

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.

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

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HAPPY

Chris Sutcliffe, Ingela Thunman, Mirja Timling

Happy 3-6 har en tydlig målinriktad inlärningsgång som bygger på idéerna från Europeisk språkportfolio (ESP).

YEAR

Imagine life without computers ...

Chris Sutcliffe har skrivit sex böcker i Happy-serien. Han har arbetat som lärare i över 30 år och bor i Lincolnshire, England. Medförfattare till Happy Year 6 är Ingela Thunman och Mirja Timling som båda arbetar som lärare i Västerås.

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Contents They Came First .......................................................6

ICT .......................................................................................54

First Things First .....................................................6 Mom, I’m on top of the world .......................8 Scott of the Antarctic ...................................... 10 The Pickersgill Code ......................................... 12

The ICT Crew ....................................................... 54 How ICT are you? .............................................. 56 The revolution starts ........................................ 58 The Pickersgill Code ......................................... 60

Superheroes ................................................................ 14

India ................................................................................... 62

Sid – the Super Artist ....................................... 14 The Diary of a Superhero.............................. 16 Guide to Superheroines ................................. 18 The Pickersgill Code ......................................... 20

A Monument to Love ....................................... 62 Rupali’s day at school ........................................64 Amir takes the train ......................................... 66 The Pickersgill Code ......................................... 68

South Africa...............................................................22

Love..................................................................................... 70

Changing Children´s Lives.............................. 22 On Safari ................................................................... 24 The Long March to Freedom ...................... 26 The Pickersgill Code ......................................... 28

Sid – The Great Lover ..................................... 70 c u there .................................................................... 72 The Greatest Love Stories ............................ 74 The Pickersgill Code ......................................... 76

American History ..................................................30

Christmas and New Year .............................. 78

A Large Cup of Tea ............................................ 30 Unexpected Visitors ......................................... 32 My Father’s Sword .............................................. 34 The Pickersgill Code ......................................... 36

Carols at Christmas........................................... 78 Cinderella at Spring Bank ...............................80 For auld lang syne................................................ 82

Inventions .....................................................................38

Alfabetisk ordlista ...............................................84

Uncle Edward’s Inventions ............................ 38 Computers Start Here ....................................40 Dollop – Stone Age Inventor ...................... 42 The Pickersgill Code .........................................44

Canada.............................................................................46 Buddy explores Canada .................................. 46 The Silver Dreams Go Curling ...................48 A Canadian Story ................................................ 50 The Pickersgill Code ......................................... 52

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Phrases and Grammar Unit

Exempel på fraser och ord du lär dig

Grammatik du lär dig

1. They came first

Did you remember that? Yes, I did know that. It took them three years. Sorry I’m late. A piece of cake.

Did/didn’t. Repetition av vanliga regelbundna verb: talk, want, ask, remember, die, return, sail, walk, paddle, climb, call, listen, jump, hug, smile, paint, plan, survive, turn, remain, arrive, use, sound, look, rush, try, open, stop, reply, wait, move, pick.

2. Superheroes

Have you been … I have … Have you ever seen … I got out of bed. I went downstairs.

Repetition av vanliga oregelbundna verb: have, be, think, see, buy, draw, leave, go, fight, read, fly, bite, give, write, will, become, get, shine, do, tell, say, forget, eat, put, make, run, come, bring, can, tear, wear, speak, bear, spend, hide, hit.

3. South Africa

What are you doing? What does she do? Does she mind?

Repetition av pågående form, substantiv som ändrar stavning i plural: story-stories, life-lives, man-men, woman-women, buffalo-buffaloes, foot-feet, memorymemories, story-stories, emergencyemergencies, leaf-leaves.

4. American History

… which happened, who was/were.

Konstruktioner med was/were +-ing-form.

5. Inventions

Have you any ideas? He had some … I haven’t got any …

Some-any, repetition av regelbundna verb: help, invent, start, turn, guide, sound, attach, train, perform, use, enjoy, happen, imagine, calculate, work, save, listen, cook, carry, hunt, roll, push, call, chop, walk, dash, jump, shout, manage, squeeze, close, munch, change, ask, look, live och oregelbundna verb: can, set, tell, be, have, wake, think, go, hide, cut, shake, swim, see, eat, build, leave, come, sit, do, bring, take, give, ride, fight, drive, run, shall, will, wear, write, read.

6. Canada

I need to be there for a quarter past eight. I should arrive about half past three.

Tidsangivelser, I will (I’ll)/will not (won’t).

7. ICT

My PC is better than that. It’s the best game there is.

Komparation av adjektiv, t.ex. goodbetter-best, bad-worse-worst.

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Unit

Exempel på fraser du lär dig

Grammatik du lär dig

8. India

I had already …

Had + pluskvamperfekt av verb.

9. Love

I will (I’ll) not see her for a long time. Are you going to visit the doctor?

Repetition av futurum.

10. Christmas and New Year

I detta kapitel lär du dig ord och fakta om hur man firar jul och nyår i Storbritannien.

Picture Credits Cover Altrendo Images/Getty Images 6 Laurent Gillieron/ Keystone/Scanpix 9 AFP/Scanpix 10 Library of Congress/SPL/ IBL 13 Darko Radanovic/ iStockphoto 15 Topham/Sjöbergbild 18 From X-men: The last stand ©20th Century Fox Film Corp/©Everett Collection /IBL 21 Christopher Steer/ iStockphoto 22 Gideon Mendel/Corbis/ Scanpix 24 Jacynth Roode/iStockphoto, Don Bayley/ iStockphoto 25 Wolfgang Steiner/ iStockphoto, Pawel Gaul/ iStockphoto 27 Alain Daussin/Getty Images 29 David Joyner/ iStockphoto

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31 Everett Collection/IBL 33 Photo by Neil A. Armstrong/NASA 34 Ton Lammerts/ iStockphoto 37 gizos/iStockphoto 41 Eduardo Fuentes Guevara/iStockphoto 42 Yaroslav Osadchyy/ iStockphoto 45 Fernando Viciano/ iStockphoto 46 Mr Twister/ iStockphoto,Keya White/ iStockophoto 47 Dave Parker/iStockphoto, Tim Pohl/iStockphoto 49 Gustaf Brundin/ iStockphoto 50 Matthias Clamer/ Getty Images 51 kickers/iStockphoto 53 Rob Ford/iStockphoto 54 jelome/iStockphoto 55 Kamruzzaman Ratan/ iStockphoto

57 mustafahacalaki/ iStockphoto 58 Franck Boston/ iStockphoto 61 Izabela Habur/ iStockphoto 62 Ashwin Kharidehal Abhirama/iStockphoto 65 Bartosz Hadyniak/ iStockphoto 66 Cathrine Stukhard/laif/ Ina Agency 69 Maciej Noskowski/ iStockphoto 70 klenger/iStockphoto 73 Eva Serrabassa/Vetta/ Getty Images 77 Ryann Cooley/Getty Images 78 loops7/iStockphoto 81 largeformat4x5/ iStockphoto 83 tirc83/iStockphoto

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First Things First

new – ny remember – komma ihåg sail around – segla runt world – värld King of Spain – kung av Spanien paid – betalade, stod för expedition – upptäcktsresa fleet – flotta arrived – anlände crew members – besättningsmän

Mr Craig: Good morning class. Welcome back to Spring Bank School for the first day of the new school year. When I talked to you last year I told you I wanted you to look for some information. I asked you to look for people who were first to do things. Did you remember that? Adam: Yes, Mr Craig. Did you know that the first person to sail around the world was Ferdinand Magellan? He was from Portugal but the King of Spain paid for his expedition. He had a fleet of five ships. He left Spain in 1519. Mr Craig: Yes I did know that, Adam. But did you know that Magellan died before he arrived home again? The first people to sail around the world were the seventeen original crew members on board The Vittoria, the only ship to return home. It took them three years.

MIKE HORN

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Kate: Did you know that the first person to sail around the world solo without stopping was an Englishman called Robin Knox-Johnston? He was in a race with seven other sailors but he was the only one to finish. Adam: Do you know who was the first person to go around the world following the equator? Mr Craig: Did he walk? Adam: Of course not. He walked for some of his journey and he also rode a bicycle, paddled a canoe and sailed a boat. He was called Mike Horn and he took 513 days. Vijay: Sorry I’m late, Mr Craig. Mr Craig: Why are you late, Vijay? You’re the last person to arrive. Vijay: I wanted to be the first. Mr Craig: I don’t understand. The first to do what? Vijay: The first to be last!

solo – på egen hand without stopping – utan att stanna race – tävling sailor – (här) seglare the only one – den enda finish – komma i mål following – genom att följa equator – ekvator journey – resa rode a bicycle – cyklade bicycle – cykel paddled – paddlade canoe – kanot last – sist

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Mom, I’m on top of the world climbed – bestigit mountain – berg above sea level – över havsnivå move down – röra sig nedåt base camp – basläger as soon as – så snart som possible – möjligt hugged each other – kramades began – började lucky rabbit’s foot – lyckoamulett i form av en kaninfot seed – frö Buddhist monastery – buddistiskt kloster Sherpa guide – Sherpaguide guide – guide, vägvisare pride – stolthet amazing achievement– fantastisk prestation someone – någon seven continents – sju kontinenter inspiration – inspiration whenever – varje gång according to – enligt plan – planera massif – massiv

Jordan Romero is a very special boy. He is only thirteen but he has climbed Mount Everest, the world’s highest mountain. That’s 8,848 metres above sea level. “Mom, I’m on the top of the world”, he said when he called his mother back home in California. They talked for a few minutes before it was time for Jordan to move down the mountain to his base camp. “I listened to his news”, said his mother, “and then I told him I wanted to see him as soon as possible”. “They all jumped up and down and hugged each other and said ’I love you’. Then they began to cry”, she said. At the top of the mountain, Jordan left a lucky rabbit’s foot and some seeds from a Buddhist monastery. Jordan climbed Everest with his father, his father’s girlfriend and three Sherpa guides. His mother talked to our reporter. “Did you know that Jordan first climbed a mountain when he was only nine years old?” she asked. She smiled with pride in her son’s amazing achievements. Someone painted the highest mountains in the seven continents on a wall in his school. It was an inspiration for Jordan whenever he looked at it. He wanted to climb all seven. And now he is just one mountain away from his dream. According to his website, he plans to climb the Vinson Massif in the Antarctic in December. “A piece of cake”, his mother said.

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Scott of the Antarctic hero – hjälte, förebild great – fantastisk even though – även om famous – berömd naval cadet – sjökadett eventually – så småningom commander – befälhavare further – längre ever – någonsin returned – återvände immediately – omedelbart raise money – samla in pengar reach – nå reach the South Pole – nå Sydpolen set sail – satte segel preparation – förberedelse supply depot – lager av proviant set off – gav sig av mechanical sledge – mekanisk släde sledge – släde unfortunately – olyckligtvis quickly – snabbt broke down – gick sönder dreadful conditions – fruktansvärda förhållanden condition – förhållande remain – återstå equipment – utrustning

Mr Craig: Many people have heroes. This man is one of mine. I think he was a great man even though he is famous for coming second. Robert Falcon Scott was born on 6th June 1868. He became a naval cadet when he was thirteen years old and he eventually became the commander of an expedition to the Antarctic in 1901. This expedition went further south than anyone ever had been, and in 1904 Scott returned to England as a hero. He immediately began to plan and raise money for an expedition to reach the South Pole. In June 1910 he was ready and set sail. In January 1911 he and his expedition arrived in the Antarctic and set up their base camp. They spent months making preparations and setting up supply depots. On 1st November 1911, Scott and his team set off for the South Pole using mechanical sledges, ponies and dogs. Unfortunately the sledges quickly broke down and the ponies could not survive the dreadful conditions. In the middle of December the dog teams turned back to base camp. Only five men remained. They had to pull all their equipment themselves through snow which came up to their knees.

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On 17th January 1912 they arrived at the Pole only to find that Roald Amundsen and his Norwegian team had beaten them by 33 days. Amundsen had used skis and dog sledges. Scott’s men had walked. Scott wrote in his diary: The POLE. Yes, but under very different circumstances from those expected. Great God! This is an awful place. Now they had to make the 1,500 kilometres journey back to base camp. The first man died on 17th February. A month later, on his thirty-second birthday, Captain Oates walked out of the tent. Scott wrote in his diary that Oates said, “I’m just going outside. I may be some time”. He never came back.

beaten – slagit ski – skida diary – dagbok circumstance – omständighet those expected – de förväntade awful – fruktansvärd tent – tält last full entry – sista fullständig anteckning stick it out – härda ut the end – slutet weaker – svagare seems a pity – det är sorgligt final – sista remaining – återstående starvation – svält exposure – utmattning

On 23rd March Scott wrote his last full diary entry: We shall stick it out to the end, but we are getting weaker, of course, and the end cannot be far. It seems a pity but I do not think I can write more - R Scott. There is one final entry dated 29th March: Last entry. For God’s sake look after our people. That day the remaining three men died in their tent of starvation and exposure. They were only 20 kilometres from a supply depot.

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e xt r a – Th e P ic k e r s gi l l C ode C h a p t e r 1

Chapter

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The Pickersgill Code sounded like – lät som rushed down – rusade längs office – kontor replied – svarade at the far end – längst bort wore – hade på sig hood – huva witch – häxa certainly – naturligtvis uncle – morbror, farbror heard – hörde added – tillade department – avdelning stop worrying – sluta vara orolig fire a gun – avfyra ett vapen foolish – löjlig

It sounded like a gun shot. Charlie and Sam looked at each other and then rushed down the corridor. Charlie tried to open the office door but it was locked. “Did you hear a gun shot?” asked Sam, listening for a sound from behind the door. “Yes I did,” replied Charlie. Just then a door opened at the far end of the corridor and a tall old lady with grey hair and a large handbag came out. She wore a red coat with a hood and small black boots. Sam immediately thought she looked like a witch. “Excuse me”, asked Charlie. “Can you help us?” “I can certainly try to”, replied the old lady. “What is the matter?” “It’s our Uncle Erasmus”, said Sam. “He called us today and asked us to meet him here at his office. He said he wanted to tell us something very important. So we came here”. “And then we heard a gun shot,” added Charlie. “I’m sure it wasn’t a gun shot,” replied the lady. “We never have gun shots in the English Department of King Henry’s College in London”. She smiled at the two children. “Now, I will open the door for you because all the doors here have the same key. Then you can look inside and stop worrying. Did you really think your Uncle Erasmus, the famous Professor Pickersgill, the world famous expert on Shakespeare, would be firing a gun?” “No, we didn’t think that,” replied Sam, feeling a little foolish.

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The old lady took a key from her handbag and opened the door. Sam and Charlie went in followed by the old lady. They looked around the office. It had books, books and more books. Books on the bookshelves, books on the desk, books on the floor and the windowsill and the chairs. So many books, thought Sam, that it was a surprise the floor did not collapse.

windowsill – fönsterbräda surprise – överraskning collapse – ge vika, kollapsa envelope – kuvert strictly – absolut sensible – förnuftig encyclopedia – uppslagsverk threw – kastade

“There. No guns and no professor. Are you happy?” asked the old lady. The two children looked around the office. “Wait a minute”, said Charlie. “There is an envelope here”. Charlie moved to the desk and picked up the brown envelope. “It says For Charlie and Sam. Strictly Private”. “Now, I want you to be very good and very sensible and give that to me,” said the old lady. From her large handbag she took a small gun. “Now!” Sam moved like a panther, picked up a large encyclopedia and threw it at the old lady’s hand. The gun fell to the floor. “Run!” shouted Sam. They ran. ... To be continued in Chapter 2

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Changing Children´s Lives Kate: Hello, Muriel. What are you doing? Are you busy?

busy – upptagen friend of mine – vän till mig orphanage – barnhem at the moment – för tillfället teach – lära, undervisa children – barn story – berättelse class – klass, lektion really hard – verkligen svårt change – förändra part – del

Muriel: Hello, Kate. Hello, Adam. I’m writing to a friend of mine who is working in an orphanage in South Africa. Adam: What does she do there? Muriel: At the moment she is teaching children Maths and English. She loves telling the children stories. In her last letter she told me that sometimes she has over sixty children in her classes. Kate: That must be really hard for her! Muriel: Yes, it is. But she says that she is helping them to change their lives. I am hoping that she is right. Kate: Do other children go to the school in the orphanage? Muriel: Yes, they do. Many parts of South Africa are

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still very poor. My friend says that some of the children walk to school and have no shoes on their feet. The teachers are there to help everyone. They never turn any child away. Sometimes grown-up men and women also come to classes. Everyone can learn. Adam: Does she live in the orphanage? Muriel: No, Adam. At the moment she’s living in an apartment about a kilometre from the orphanage. She likes to keep fit so every morning she rides her bicycle to school and every evening she rides back to her home. She tells me that sometimes the men and women in the street laugh at her. Kate: Why do they laugh at her? Muriel: She has long grey hair and thick glasses. She wears long dresses and sandals. She is nearly seventy.

still – fortfarande feet – fötter everyone – alla turn away – avvisa grown-up – vuxna apartment – lägenhet keep fit – hålla sig i form fit – vältränad laugh at – skratta åt thick glasses – tjocka glasögon wear – bära, ha på sig sandals – sandaler mind – bry sig om worth – värt laughter – skratt

Adam: Does she mind when the men and women laugh at her? Muriel: Of course not. She is happy helping others. Isn’t changing one child’s life for the better worth a little laughter?

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On Safari

nature – natur excitement – spänning the wonders of the world – världens underverk wonder – underverk safari holiday – safarisemester back of truck – bakpå en lastbil truck – lastbil beach – strand really – mycket, verkligen being close to – vara nära close – nära explore – utforska spend – spendera

Do you love nature? Do you love excitement? Do you want to see some of the wonders of the world? Then why not come on a safari holiday? Most people think that a safari holiday is all about a lot of men and women in the back of trucks taking photographs of animals. They are on safari for one or two days and then they go back to the beaches. Our safari isn’t like that. For a start it is a walking safari. And it is only for a small group of people who are really interested in being close to nature. And it takes seven days. You start from Johannesburg and then explore the Blyde River Canyon. Then you spend four days in the world famous Kruger National Park to get as close to the animals as you can.

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Have you heard of a Big Five Safari? That is the name hunters give to the five biggest animals. There are nearly 2,000 lions in the Kruger National Park. Then there are 9,000 elephants, 25,000 buffaloes and over two thousand rhinos. We cannot guarantee that you will see them all. Nature cannot be controlled. But, helped by our professional guides, you will have a better chance than sitting in the back of a truck. What is the fifth animal in the Big Five? It’s a leopard. They only come out at night. You don’t see leopards from a truck. Exploring on foot, camping in tents at night, you might see a leopard as it comes down to the watering hole to drink. Before returning to Jo’burg, you have the chance to explore the Drakensberg, a 200 km wonderland of mountains and a world heritage site. You can walk the mountain trails and swim in the clear rivers. We always say to people, “You will have sore feet but you will have memories to last the rest of your lives!” Safari in South Africa – it’s an adventure to last a lifetime!

heard of – hört talas om Big Five Safari – safari med De stora fem hunter – jägare nearly – nästan rhino – noshörning guarantee – garantera controlled – kontrollerad professional – professionell, duktig on foot – till fots tent – tält might – möjligen watering hole – vattenhål return – återvända Drakensberg – berg utmed Indiska oceanen i Sydafrika heritage – arv world heritage site – världsarvsplats mountain trail – bergsstig trail – stig clear river – klar flod sore – ond, öm sore feet – ömma fötter memories – minnen lifetime – livstid

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The Long March to Freedom march – marsch freedom – frihet types of – sorter country – land coloureds – färgade matter – ha betydelse power – makt ran the government – styrde regeringen government – regering allowed to vote – få rösta vote – rösta knocked down – förstört, jämnat med marken hospital – sjukhus building – byggnad equipment – utrustning ambulance – ambulans emergency – olycka park bench – parkbänk bench – bänk separate – åtskiljda graveyard – begravningsplats buried – begravda apartheid – apartheid, rasåtskillnadspolitik

My mother tells me many stories about South Africa and the long march to freedom. When I was born there were four types of men and women in the country: whites, coloureds, Indians and blacks. My mother is black. There were more blacks in the country than whites but this did not matter. The whites had all the power and ran the government. Blacks were not allowed to vote. They were told where they had to live. Sometimes their homes were knocked down and they had to go and live many, many miles away. About three and a half million people lost their homes. There were many jobs which black people were not allowed to do. My mother tells me stories about how black and white people had to use different schools and different hospitals. The white schools had better buildings, smaller classes and better equipment than the black schools. The white hospitals were just the same. White and black people even had different ambulances in emergencies. Black people were not allowed in the same restaurants as white people. Black people had to use different beaches, different buses and even different park benches. There were separate graveyards for blacks and for whites: they could not even be buried in the same place. All this was done by the white government. It was called apartheid. My father tells me stories about how people in South Africa and in other countries tried to stop apartheid. Both

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my father and my mother spent some time in prison. They were found guilty of a crime. What was their crime? Having me. My father is white. Under the apartheid laws black and white people could not have children together. It all stopped in the 1990s when President de Klerk began to end apartheid. In 1994, in the first free elections for many years the African National Congress became the government and Nelson Mandela became the President.

spent – tillbringade prison – fängelse guilty – skyldig crime – brott free election – fritt val election – val African National Congress, ANC – Afrikanska nationalkongressen

The rest, as people say, is history.

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e xt r a – Th e P ic k e r s gi l l C ode C h a p t e r 3

Chapter

3

The Pickersgill Code alleyway – gränd huge – enorm crowd – folkmassa notice – lägga märke till above – ovanför face – vara vänd mot beneath – nedanför toy – leksak noticeboard – anslagstavla

There was a dark alleyway. They ran down it, then round a corner, across a road and down another alleyway until they came to the large space in front of St Paul’s Cathedral. They ran up the steps and made their way to some seats at the very back of the huge church. The church was packed with crowds of men, women and children. Nobody would notice them. “What do we do now?” asked Charlie. “Go to the police?” “And tell them what? We were chased by an old lady on a motorbike! We need to think. What did Uncle Erasmus mean when he wrote If you whisper everyone can hear you?” “Of course!” Charlie nearly shouted. “It’s right here. Above us”. “What is?” “The Whispering Gallery. It’s above us. You stand facing the wall and whisper something and the person on the other side can hear you”. “What are we waiting for? Let’s go”. They started to climb the 259 steps to the Gallery. It took them some time to reach the top. Charlie and Sam looked down on the men and women beneath them. They looked like children’s toys. “What are we looking for?” Charlie asked. “Another note, perhaps,” replied Sam. “Where would you leave a note?” “Uncle Erasmus used to say, ‘Where would you hide a leaf? With all the other leaves in a forest’,” said Charlie. “We’re looking for a noticeboard”.

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“Over there. By the wall”. Sam pointed towards a small board with many notes pinned to it. “It’s here! Look. It says From Professor Pickersgill. Let’s see what’s inside”. Just then both children heard a whisper from the wall. “Very clever, children. Very clever indeed. Now why don’t you just put the note back, turn around and go home. That way nobody will get hurt”. The children turned around. There, on the opposite side of the gallery, was the lady in the red coat. “She must have followed us here somehow,” muttered Sam.

towards – mot pinned – fastnålad indeed – verkligen opposite – andra, motsatt muttered – muttrade, mumlade make a dash for it – rusa

“What do we do?” asked Charlie. “Make a dash for it,” replied Sam. They made a dash for it.

... To be continued in Chapter 4

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ICT

The ICT Crew Adam: Hi Vijay. How are you? Did you have a good holiday? ICT= Information and communication technologies – informations- och kommunikationsteknik crew – gäng holiday – semester, lov loads – massor bet – slå vad memory – minneskapacitet already – redan external hard drive – extern hårddisk even – ännu thousands of – tusentals built in – inbyggd web cam – webbkamera should – borde relative – släkting maybe – kanske upload – föra över, ladda upp use – använda much younger – mycket yngre

Vijay: Hi Adam. I had a good time thanks. I got a laptop from my Dad and spent most of the holiday playing computer games. Adam: Cool! I got a PC with loads of new games. I’ve been downloading films and music too. I bet my PC has more memory than your laptop. Vijay: It’s got 3 GB of memory. That’s not bad for a laptop, but I’ve used a lot of it already. I’m getting an external hard drive for my birthday next month so then it will be even better. Adam: My PC is better than that. It has 6 GB of memory. I’ve downloaded thousands of songs and it’s not even half full. Vijay: Well, mine is better than yours. It has a built in web cam. Adam: I don’t have a web cam. Should I buy one? Vijay: Yes, it’s great. I’ve been using it to speak to my relatives on Skype. I think Skype is the best thing you can have. I can see my relatives and they can see me. How cool is that! Adam: Maybe I should get one. I’ve been uploading our photos and using Photoshop to make them look better. My Mum loves it. I can make her look much younger! I’ve put some of them on Facebook. Vijay: I saw your Facebook photos. How many Facebook friends do you have now?

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Adam: I think about 200 now. It’s mostly people from school and my family. Vijay: I’ve got over 300. Some of them I met online during the holidays. Adam: What games do you have? I’ve been playing online games with people from all over the world. I was playing World of Warcraft against someone in Japan last night. It’s the best game there is. Vijay: I’ve been playing online games too. They’re OK but I prefer using my games console. It’s better to play against people who are actually in the room. I don’t think I’ll get any more games for the laptop.

about – ungefär mostly – mestadels during – under against someone – mot någon prefer – föredra actually – i verkligheten, egentligen yet – ännu pretend – låtsas essay – uppsats come round – gå runt collect – samla in done – gjort because – eftersom broken – trasig printer – skrivare work – fungera

Adam: I got the PC to help me do my homework, but I haven’t done any yet. It’s easy to pretend you are working when you are actually on the internet. Mr Craig: Good morning class. I hope you all had a good holiday. You should all have an essay for me. Please get them out and I will come round and collect them. Vijay: Sorry Mr Craig. I haven’t done it because my computer is broken! Adam: And my printer is not working!

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How ICT are you?

following – följande a piece of – en del av piece of hardware – del av hårdvara spreadsheet – kalkylblad input device – inmatningsenhet device – verktyg, enhet monitor – skärm arrow – pil recycle bin – återvinningsbehållare stuck – fastnat spilt – spillde someone else’s – någon annans hard copy – papperskopia spell check – stavningskontroll printer – skrivare ink – bläck formatting – formatering border – ram shading – skuggning bullet – patron

1. Which of the following is a piece of hardware?

5. The keys on your keyboard are stuck. The chances are

z Spreadsheet

z You left a sandwich on it

z Printer

z You spilt something on it

z Kitchen table

z The cat has been sleeping on it

z Music download 2. Which of the following is an input device? z Keyboard z Monitor z Hard drive z Piggy bank 3. What do you use to make your way around the monitor? z A map z A rat z An arrow z A mouse 4. What is a qwerty? z A type of hamster

z You have someone else’s keyboard 6. To make a hard copy of your work you would use z A memory stick z A printer z A pen and paper z A spell check 7. Your printer won’t print anything. The chances are z It is not plugged in z It needs more ink z The cat is sitting on it z It needs more paper

z A type of music

8. Which of the following is not an example of formatting?

z A recycle bin

z Font size and colour

z A type of keyboard

z A birthday present for Matthew z Border and shading z Bullets and numbers

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12. Which of the following is not an advantage of e-mails? z Convenience z Speed z Low cost z Your mother can read them 13. You open your e-mail and all your files appear in front of you. You have z A bad hair day z A panic attack z A cough and cold 9. What would you use to make a presentation? z Powerpoint z Publisher z Excel z A bunch of flowers 10. Which icon takes you to your internet home page? z Madonna z The one shaped like a house z The one shaped like a car z The cat 11. Which of the following is a security measure?

z A virus 14. When your computer freezes you should z Hit it z Call the company z Call your friend z Ctrl+Alt+Delete 15. What name is usually associated with Windows?

bunch – bukett icon – ikon shaped – formad security measure – säkerhetsåtgärd measure – vidta åtgärd advantage of – fördel med convenience – bekvämlighet, smidighet appear – dyka upp cough – hosta freeze – hänga sig, låsa sig company – företag associate with – förknippa med

z Bill Posters z Billy the Kid z Billy No Mates z Bill Gates

z Forgetting your password z Using your password z Using someone else’s password z Turning off your computer at night

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The revolution starts From Mouse Svarlbard To Mouse 958847/JFC/75225 Hi Mouse 958847/JFC/75225! thought – tänkt stupid – dum, korkad human – människa quicker – snabbare ignore – förbise, strunta i really – verkligen control – styra mice – möss efficient – duktig hardly – nästan Government offices – regeringskansli join us – göra sällskap engineering – konstruktion manufacturing – tillverkning in charge of – ansvarig för create – skapa chaos – kaos

Have you ever thought about how stupid humans really are? They spend all their time making their computers better. They can download quicker. They can print out faster. They have a bigger memory. But all the time they ignore the things that are really controlling their computers – us mice! We’re cleverer than them as well as being cleaner and quieter. We’re more efficient and we hardly ever go wrong. In fact we’re so much better than them in every way. Which is why we are going to take over the world. We already have mice in Government offices in most countries in Europe. Do you want to join us? The revolution starts next week.

From Mike Mouse To Mouse Svarlbard Hi! Thanks for your email. Yes I want to join you and all the other mice. I control the biggest bank in London. I also know other mice who work in the most important companies in the United Kingdom: engineering, manufacturing and transport. One of my best friends is the mouse who is in charge of the British railway system. He can shut it down in a few minutes. I also know the mice who look after Heathrow and Gatwick. They can create chaos. Long live the revolution! Please call me Mike.

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From Svarl To Mike Hi Mike! I’m glad that you agree that humans are worse than mice. They are probably the worst thing on the planet. Look at the mess they make. They are the clumsiest, stupidest and most selfish things I can imagine. The revolution is growing. We now have mice in America on our side. Two of them work in the biggest bank in the world and another in the Stock Exchange on Wall Street. They can destroy everyone’s bank accounts in a few seconds. We also have friends in the Pentagon. We control the army, navy and air force. Oh yes – and the three largest TV companies. People will go mad when they do not have TV to watch. We strike tomorrow! Please call me Svarl.

From Mike To Svarl Good news! We now control all the transport systems in Europe. All the traffic lights are red. No train is running. No aeroplane can take off. Petrol pumps do not work. The only way humans can move around is by cycling or walking – and you know how much they hate exercise. Freedom for Mice! Now it is our world! Best wishes, Mike.

agree – hålla med om probably – troligen mess – oreda, röra clumsiest – klantigast selfish – självisk imagine – föreställa sig grow – växa Stock Exchange – börs destroy – (här) länsa, tömma bank account – bankkonto navy – flotta air force – flygvapen go mad – bli galen strike – slå till petrol – bränsle exercise – träning excited – ivrig turn off – stänga av

From Svarl To Mike Dear Mike, Yes we have taken over the world. We are now in charge of everything: banks, transport, electricity. Let’s hope that no mouse becomes too excited and turns off all the electric ...

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e xt r a – Th e P ic k e r s gi l l C ode C h a p t e r 7

Chapter

7

The Pickersgill Code large – stor, kraftig beard – skägg cord – snöre scruffy – ovårdad tie – slips stained – fläckad patch – lapp elbow – armbåge admitted – erkände frowned – rynkade pannan explained – förklarade behave yourselves – uppför er snapped – snäste shambled off – lufsade iväg

There was a large desk. Behind the desk was a very large man with long grey hair and a grey beard. His glasses hung around his neck on a cord. He looked scruffy. His tie was stained with his breakfast and his jacket had patches at the elbows. “How can I help you two?” he asked. “We don’t really know,” admitted Sam. “But it’s to do with Professor Pickersgill”. “He’s our uncle,” added Charlie. “Do you mean Professor Erasmus Pickersgill, writer of Shakespeare: A Man for All Times? The greatest book on Shakespeare I have ever read”. “That’s the one,” said Sam. “Do you have any messages for him?” The man behind the desk frowned. “Or from him?” Sam added hopefully. “The only thing we have of Professor Pickersgill’s is his own book,” the man explained. “You can have a look at that if you like”. “Yes, please,” said Charlie. “We may as well,” Charlie whispered to Sam, “as we don’t know what we’re looking for”. “Follow me please”. They walked for some time through a very large room. There were many tables and a few people were reading. “Sit here and I will go and get the book you want. And remember, you are in the greatest Library in the world so behave yourselves and keep quiet,” snapped the man. He shambled off.

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Sam and Charlie looked at each other and tried not to laugh. A few minutes later the man returned. “Here you are,” he said. “And don’t get it dirty. When you finish bring it to me at the front desk. It is the best book I know. I wish I had written it”. He sighed and then wandered away slowly. The book looked enormous. “It may be the best; it’s certainly the biggest,” said Sam. Charlie opened the book. “Wait a minute. What’s this?”

sighed – suckade wandered – vandrade certainly – säkert space – utrymme fragile – ömtålig

Inside the book was a space which someone had cut out. Inside the space was a second, much older and much smaller book. “Be careful,” whispered Sam. “It looks very fragile”. Slowly Sam took the book out of the space. Together they looked at the first page. It was hand written. MY LIFE by William Shakespeare “That’s it! We’ve found it!” shouted Charlie. “Ssh!” went everyone in the room. Charlie carefully placed the small book in a jacket pocket. Together they took Uncle Erasmus’ book back to the front desk. “That didn’t take you long,” the man said. “Oh and there has been a telephone call for you. A woman wanted to know if someone had asked for Professor Pickersgill’s book and said I was to tell them they could see the Professor where it all began”. “Where it all began. What did she mean?” “I don’t know. That’s what she said. Where it all began. We’re going to close”. He looked at the clock. “Let’s leave,” said Sam. They left. ... To be continued in Chapter 8

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Chris Sutcliffe, Ingela Thunman, Mirja Timling

Engelska utifrån Lgr 11!

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

HAPPY Textbook Year 6

HAPPY • individualisering

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.

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

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HAPPY

Chris Sutcliffe, Ingela Thunman, Mirja Timling

Happy 3-6 har en tydlig målinriktad inlärningsgång som bygger på idéerna från Europeisk språkportfolio (ESP).

YEAR

Imagine life without computers ...

Chris Sutcliffe har skrivit sex böcker i Happy-serien. Han har arbetat som lärare i över 30 år och bor i Lincolnshire, England. Medförfattare till Happy Year 6 är Ingela Thunman och Mirja Timling som båda arbetar som lärare i Västerås.

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