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Cecilia Nihlén • Ann Robinson Ahlgren

G I H T R ON 6

6 W O R KB O O K Engelska för årskurs 6 Right On! 6 består av följande delar: • • • •

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Contents Unit 1: Technology and Media Här kan du lära dig att berätta om hur teknologi och media används på olika sätt.

Unit 4: What Happened? Här kan du lära dig att beskriva vad som hände eller har hänt.

Net Lingo 4 Are You Online? 7 The Oscars 10 Famous All Over the World 12

Space News 41 Help Is on the Way! 44 Famous Explorers 48 Little House in the Big Woods 51

Culture Corner: India – the Land of Contrasts 14

Culture Corner: Welcome to the Big Apple! 53

Unit 2: Travelling Här kan du lära dig att beskriva och jämföra resmål och uttrycka upplevelser.

Unit 5 Sports – Go for It! Här kan du lära dig att beskriva och berätta om idrottsstjärnor och viktiga sporthändelser.

Travel Ads 16 At the Airport 20 A Tour of Washington, DC 23 A Diary from South Africa 26 Culture Corner: Famous Tourist Spots 28

At Football Practice 55 A Swedish ‘Hall of Fame’ 58 The Olympic Games 61 Against All Odds 64 Culture Corner: School Life 66

Unit 3: Let’s Talk About It! Här kan du lära dig att delta i samtal och

Shop ’til You Drop 30 Whose Turn Is It? 33 Student Council 35 The Balaclava Story 38 Culture Corner: A European Citizen 40

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diskussioner och uttrycka egna åsikter.

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Unit 6: Amazing Animals Här kan du lära dig att beskriva och berätta om djur.

Fonetik – det hemliga språket 96 Språklådan 97 English-Swedish Wordlist 108

Animals in Danger 67 A Very Modern Antarctic Family! 70 Getting to Know Gorillas and Chimps 73 Charlotte’s Web 75 Culture Corner: Festivals 77

Unit 7: Children Around the World Här kan du lära dig att berätta om barns situation i världen.

Dreams and Hopes 78 Refugees 81 Children’s Rights 83 Children at Risk 85

De här symbolerna hittar du i boken. = Lyssna = Läs = Skriv = Prata = Titta noga

Working with Words

The Ryans’ New House 87 My Meals 88 Food 88 Animals 89

Facit till övningarna finns i Right On 6, Teacher’s Book.

Grammar Games

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What’s the Verb? 90 Make a Sentence Machine 91 The Time Game 92 The Globetrotter Game 94

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UNIT 3 – Let’s Talk About It p. 40–41

Shop ‘til You Drop 1

Check your reading! 1. Where are the kids? 2. Why is Diesel Leila’s favourite shop? 3. What do they want to buy? 4. What tank top sizes are still on sale? 5. Where do you try on new clothes in a shop? 6. What does Leila buy? 7. What are Andy and Debbie doing? 8. Why doesn’t Andy buy a pair? 9. Where do they go next?

Look at this! This is the money that is used in the United States.

$1 one dollar

2

25c quarter

10c dime

5c nickel

Mini-project: Money, money Work in groups. Look up information about money that is used in other countries. What is the money called in England, Australia and Canada? Check how much the money is worth in Swedish ‘kronor’! Make an information brochure. How much do the following things cost in different countries?

a postcard

a can of soda

a chocolate bar

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UNIT 3 – Let’s Talk About It p. 40–41

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Shopping phrases Listen to the dialogues and fill in the missing words. Shop assistant:

Can I help you?

Girl:

Oh, I’m just looking, ______________ you.

Shop assistant:

That’s fine. Just say if you need some help. *****

Boy:

Excuse _____. I’d like to try these jeans on.

Shop assistant:

The fitting rooms are _____________ there.

Boy:

Thanks. *****

Shop assistant:

How are you getting _____?

Boy:

Just fine, but I think they’re a bit tight. Have you got a _________________ size?

Shop assistant:

Sorry. I sold the last pair this morning. But I could ______________ our other shop …

Boy:

Oh, great! ******

Man:

Haven’t you got any t-shirts on sale?

Shop assistant:

Oh, yes! What size _________ you want?

Man:

Medium.

Shop assistant:

Look over there! There are ____________ on that rack. *****

Woman:

I like these shoes, but they’re a bit too ___________. I think I need one size smaller.

Shop assistant:

I’ll go and look in the stockroom. … Here you __________!

Woman:

Oh, perfect! I’ll take them.

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***** Shop assistant:

Will this be __________ for you today?

Man:

Yes, I think so.

Shop assistant:

All right. How would you like to pay – cash or charge?

Man:

Charge, please. Here’s my __________________ card.

Shop assistant:

Thank you.

Now act out these dialogues with a friend.

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UNIT 3 – Let’s Talk About It p. 40–41

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Window shopping Write down a list of the clothes you can see in the window.

Look at this! one jacket – two jackets

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one dress – two dresses

How much? Fill in the missing words: is or are – that or those. How much is that jacket?

1. How much ___ that

How much are those socks?

?

5. How much _____ that

2. How much are ________________

?

6. How much _________ those

3. How much ____________ those

?

7. How much is __________

4. How much is __________

?

8. How much are ___________

9. How much _______ that

Work in pairs. Take turns and ask each other the questions above. Then use this or these instead of that or those!

?

?

?

?

?

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Example:

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UNIT 3 – Let’s Talk About It p. 42–43

Whose Turn Is It? 1

True or false? Mark the sentences true (T) or false (F). 1. Mum, Dad and the kids are going out to dinner.

___

2. Sue doesn’t want to wash up.

___

3. Her brothers want her to wash up.

___

4. Mum wants everybody to clean the house the next day.

___

5. John found Dad’s glove under the bed.

___

6. Mum found John’s jeans in the garage.

___

7. Sue found Dad’s shirt in her room.

___

8. Sue wore the shirt when she painted her bed.

___

Make the false sentences true. 2

Family pow-wow Listen and find out how often Sue helps out at home. How often does she …

always

never

sometimes

often

make her own bed? clean the bathroom? go shopping? make dinner? vacuum the floors? wash up? do her washing? take out the waste?

Now write down how often Sue does things at home. 3

How often do you help out at home? Answer the following questions with one of these words: always, never, sometimes, often

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1. How often do you make your own bed? ___________________________________ 2. How often do you go shopping? _________________________________________ 3. How often do you make dinner? _________________________________________ 4. How often do you vacuum the floors? _____________________________________ 5. How often do you wash up? _____________________________________________ 6. How often do you take out the waste? _____________________________________

Work in groups. Take turns to ask and answer the questions.

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UNIT 3 – Let’s Talk About It p. 42–43

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She or her? Fill in the missing words: my, he, his, she, her, we, our, they, their 1. We live in Sweden. _________ king’s name is Carl XVI Gustaf. 2. He has three children and __________ wife is Queen Silvia. 3. She is from Brazil and __________ speaks many languages. 4. I like to go on holiday with _______ family. 5. Our best holiday was when ________ went to Spain. 6. My brother always brings _________ favourite toy animal. 7. Mum can’t go anywhere without _________ computer. 8. They all like to watch TV and ____________ favourite program is ‘Idol’.

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Are they the same? Listen and fill in the missing words. Alan:

Look! Those two bikes ___________ the same.

Debbie:

No they’re not. __________________ different.

Alan:

But they’re the same colour …

Debbie:

… but that one is a little darker.

Alan:

Yes, _______________ right.

Debbie:

Aren’t the tyres a little bigger on this bike?

Alan:

No, they’re the same.

Debbie:

_____________ not sure.

saddle

handle-bar

tyre

Look at this! Here are some expressions you can use when you discuss things. They’re different. Yes, you’re right. I think so, too.

OR OR OR

They’re the same. No, you’re wrong. I’m not sure.

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Act out the dialogue with a friend.

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UNIT 3 – Let’s Talk About It p. 44–45

Student Council 1

Check your reading! 1. Who is in a student council? 2. How often does the council meet? 3. What do they discuss? 4. Who do the students discuss their ideas with? 5. What do you have rules for in a school? 6. Give two examples of rules in an English school! 7. What happens if you bring a cell phone to a school in California? 8. Where does a person who visits a school have to go first? 9. What happens when an Australian student doesn’t bring a hat to school?

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What’s the word? Read the clues and fill in the correct words. 1. An area at school where children are during breaks. p___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ 2. A place where they sell coffee, cake and sandwiches.

c ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___

3. Another word for ‘nice’.

k ___ ___ ___

4. The person who runs the school is the … teacher.

h ___ ___ ___

5. You must check in at the school … if you visit a school. o ___ ___ ___ ___ ___

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6. The opposite of ‘run’.

w ___ ___ ___

7. The time between lessons when children can play.

b ___ ___ ___ ___

8. To play a game you sometimes need …

e ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___

Good or bad rules?

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Work in groups. Are these good or bad school rules? Why or why not? You must bring your own lunch to school.

Snowball fights are only OK on the football field.

You can only eat sweets during breaks. You can only have homework once a week. Everybody must wear school uniform!

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UNIT 3 – Let’s Talk About It p. 44–45

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The school cabaret Listen and fill in the missing words. The pupils in Class 6 are going to have a cabaret. Today there ______ a meeting. Tony is the secretary and Sandra is the chairperson. Sandra:

Now, who’s going to __________ the M.C.?

Voices:

You are.

Sandra:

Who? Me? OK then!

Lena:

I’m going to ______________ the opening song, but everybody must help me sing the chorus.

Tony:

Daniel and Caroline are going to __________ a Latin American dance!

Sebastian:

Don’t forget Matthew and me. We’re going to _______ some hip-hop.

Sandra:

Bob, you’re ______________ to design the posters, aren’t you?

Bob:

Yes, of course.

Ivan:

Harim and I don’t like to act, but we _____________ decorate the stage.

Sandra:

Good idea. (The lunch bell rings) Oh no! Lunch time already! Thanks a __________ everybody. The list will be ready tomorrow.

Now work in groups and read the dialogue.

Look at this! When you talk about the future, you can use be going to + verb. Example: I’m organise a cabaret you’re going to write a story he’s sing a song we’re they’re

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What are they going to do at the cabaret? Write the list of what everybody is going to do. 1. Sandra? ________________________________________________________________________

3. Daniel and Caroline? ____________________________________________________________ 4. Matthew and Sebastian? _________________________________________________________ 5. Bob? __________________________________________________________________________ 6. Harim and Ivan? _________________________________________________________________

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2. Lena? __________________________________________________________________________

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UNIT 3 – Let’s Talk About It p. 44–45

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What are they going to do after school today? Listen and write the names under the activities.

____________________

__________________

________________

__________________

___________________

__________________

________________

__________________

Now write what they are going to do.

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After school activities Ask five of your friends what they are going to do after school today? NAME

ACTIVITY

__________________________ ________________________________________ __________________________ ________________________________________ ___________________________ _______________________________________ ___________________________ _______________________________________ ___________________________ _______________________________________

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Mini-project: Student council Work in groups. Plan a disco for the whole school. Make a poster with information about: • food • drinks

• games • price

Present your posters for the rest of the class.

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UNIT 3 – Let’s Talk About It p. 46–49

The Balaclava Story 1

Check your reading! 1. Where do the boy and his mother live? 2. What is a balaclava? 3. Who are the Balaclava Boys? 4. What does the boy do one day at school? 5. What does he discover when he gets home? 6. Why has his mum bought him a balaclava? 7. What did he do with it? 8. What did he think was going to happen at the assembly? 9. Why was the boy surprised during playtime? 10. Instead of putting the balaclava down his own sleeve, what had the boy done the day before?

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People – what are they like? Listen and draw lines between the words that mean the opposite. 1. kind

angry

2. happy

stupid

3. interesting

impolite

calm – lugn clever – begåvad dishonest – oärlig honest – ärlig

terrible

5. polite

bad

6. honest

unkind

7. calm

boring

8. clever

sad

9. good

unpleasant

10. nice

dishonest

What are you like? Use some of the words above and write sentences.

impolite – oartig pleasant – behaglig unkind – otrevlig unpleasant – obehaglig

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4. pleasant

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UNIT 3 – Let’s Talk About It p. 46–49

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And what do they look like? Choose two words in the box that describe each person. You can only use the words once. Look up the words you don’t know.

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tall

attractive

old

young

white-haired

chubby

strong

wrinkled

slim

cute

pretty

handsome

Let’s play: Looks and personality Work in groups.

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Make two sets of cards. Make one set for the words in exercise 2 (personality). Make another set with the words in exercise 3 (looks). Take turns and pick one card from each set. Example: kind and strong. Act them out in front of your group and let the others guess what you are like and what you look like.

Mini-project: Create your own story character Ask your teacher for a worksheet!

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A story about … Now write a story or a comic book about your character.

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CULTURE CORNER: A European Citizen p. 52–53

Culture Corner: A European Citizen 1

Check your reading! 1. How can you describe the European continent? 2. When was the European Union formed? 3. How many members were there in 2008? 4. What is the currency in many European countries? 5. Where does the European Parliament meet? 6. What do they do in the Parliament? 7. What does the European flag look like? 8. How many languages are spoken in Europe? 9. Why should you learn another language? 10. What is special about September 26th?

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Mini-project: Languages in Europe Match country and language. Then make a booklet about European countries. L AN G UAG E

Sweden Denmark Holland Italy Spain Norway France Germany Great Britain Poland

Dutch Spanish Swedish Norwegian Danish German Polish English French Italian

Let’s sing: I love Europe In Paris or in Rome The same good vibrations. (I love Europe!) It’s just like coming home In all our nations. (I love Europe!) I feel it all around This groovy sensation. (I love Europe!)

I love Europe! We’re a part of one big family. This is the place for you and me.

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C O U NTRY

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Months of the year

one [wn] two [tu ] three [θri ] four [fɔ ] five [faiv] six [siks] seven [sevn] eight [eit] nine [nain] ten [ten] eleven [ilevn] twelve [twelv] thirteen [θ ti n] fourteen [fɔ ti n] fifteen [fifti n] sixteen [siksti n] seventeen [sevnti n] eighteen [eiti n] nineteen [nainti n] twenty [twenti] twenty-one [twentiwn]

Monday [mndei]

mĂĽndag

January [d njuəri]

januari

Tuesday [tju zdei]

tisdag

February [februəri]

februari

Wednesday [wenzdei]

onsdag

March [mÉ‘ tĘƒ]

mars

Thursday [θ zdei]

torsdag

April [eiprəl]

april

Friday [fraidei]

fredag

May [mei]

maj

Saturday [stədei]

lĂśrdag

June [d u n]

juni

Sunday [sndei]

sĂśndag

July [d ulai]

juli

August [ɔ əst]

augusti

September [septembÉ™]

september

October [ɒktəυbə]

oktober

November [nəυvembə]

november

December [disembÉ™]

december

thirty [θ ti] forty [fɔ ti] fifty [fifti] sixty [siksti] seventy [sevnti] eighty [eiti] ninety [nainti] one hundred [wn hndrəd] one thousand [wn θaυznd]

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 1 000

Days of the week

Colours beige [bei ]

beige

black [blk]

svart

blue [blu ]

blĂĽ

brown [braĎ…n]

brun

green [ri n]

grĂśn

grey [rei]

grĂĽ

orange [É’rind ]

orange

pink [piŋk]

rosa

purple [p pl]

lila

red [red]

rĂśd

white [wait]

vit

yellow [jeləυ]

gul

1 000 000 one million [wn miljən]

ISBN 978-91-47-08053-3 Š 2009 Cecilia NihlÊn, Ann Robinson Ahlgren och Liber AB Redaktion: Pernilla Hallqvist, Inger StrÜmsten Produktion: Anna TÜrnqvist GÜpel Grafisk form: Lotta RennÊus, Ulrika Enehage Tecknare: Anders Nyberg, Christina Andersson (katten Morris) FÜrsta upplagan 1

Foton: Opv s. 30(2, 3) Photodisc s. 16 V12, s. 20 V14, s. 24 V5, s. 29 V16, s. 30(1) V89, s. 55 OS18, s. 70 V1, s. 82(1) V89, s. 82(2) V22, s. 82(5) V89, s. 82(3,6) V5 Scanpix: s. 47(1) Giorgio Perottino, s. 47(2) AndrÊ Maslennikov, s. 68 Loui Favorite, s. 73 General/ Topfoto, s. 82(4) AndrÊ Maslennikov Främmande bidrag s. 40 I LOVE EUROPE Text: Ingela Pling Forsman, Pling Publishing. Musik: Torgny SÜderberg, Magnus Johansson Publishing Manus Copyrights Š 2009

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Cecilia Nihlén • Ann Robinson Ahlgren

G I H T R ON 6

6 W O R KB O O K Engelska för årskurs 6 Right On! 6 består av följande delar: • • • •

Workbook

Textbook Workbook Teacher’s book Cd

Right On! är ett läromedel som finns från F–6. Träna glosor gratis på www.liber.se/glosmaskin

Best.nr 47-08053-3 Tryck.nr 47-08053-3

Right on 6_omslag.indd 1

09-03-18 15.17.48

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Workbook Cecilia Nihlén • Ann Robinson Ahlgren