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TEXTBOOK 9

Kevin Frato Anna Cederwall Susanna Rinnesjö Mary Glover Richard Glover Bo Hedberg Per Malmberg

Wings är ett läromedel i engelska för grundskolans senare del. I Wings 9 behandlas följande teman: Love, Crime and Punishment, Life and Death och English Around the World. Textboken innehåller texter i olika genrer, t.ex: ansökningsbrev, biografi, broschyr, intervju, recension, reportage samt utdrag ur skönlitterära böcker. I varje sektion finns förslag på två examinationsuppgifter. De texttyper eleven har studerat fungerar då som modell för egen produktion. De inlästa texterna nås via en kod i boken.

Wings 9 består av: Textbook inkl. ljud Textbook Digital Workbook inkl. ljud och webbövningar Workbook Interaktiv Lärarhandledning (pdf) inkl. ljud och facit

ISBN 978-91-27-44800-1

9 789127 448001

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Contents Section 1 Love Core content Art-of-Flirting.org Death certificate sparks gay-marriage apology Dating Profiles Bondgirl Meets AdamApp Dear Abbie Leaving her behind Advice to a Girl Manjit’s Wedding Day More alive Final Assignment

7 10 14 16 18 20 22 25 26 30 35

Section 2 Crime and Punishment Core content Terrorism Forum Teenage Sherlock Spurlock-Holmes The Whistleblower The Story of Bonnie and Clyde The Execution Prison Systems Zenaida Ortiz GuantĂĄnamo Bay Dear Mandy Where on earth is Edmund? Juvenile court Final Assignment

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Section 3 Life and Death Core content Dawn of the Vampyre-Zombies The World Happiness Report Extreme Athletes The Journal of Minette Quality of Life Two seconds I heard a Fly buzz – when I died Do not stand at my grave and weep Life on Three Legs Dialogue with Hal Final Assignment

79 82 85 88 92 94 97 100 10 1 102 106 113

Section 4 English Around the World Core content Simply English English for the Future The Beauty of Newfoundland From Syria to Sweden Interview with Arthur and Carolina Application for an Exchange Year Nollywood Culture Clash English class Final Assignment

115 118 121 125 128 132 136 138 14 1 145 149

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Section 1 Love Core content Topic: Love Personal statements, news article, online profiles, dialogue, letters, fiction, poetry

Final Assignment Speaking: A newscast Writing: A news article

Grammar Obestämd eller bestämd artikel Ordföljd Do eller make

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Section 1 Love

Textbook Art-of-Flirting.org

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Personal statements

Death certificate sparks gay-marriage apology

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Manjit’s Wedding Day

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Fiction, an extract from (Un)Arranged Marriage by Bali Rai

Bondgirl Meets AdamApp 18 Dialogue

Letters

Advice to a Girl Poem by Sara Teasdale

Online profiles

Dear Abbie

22

Fiction, an extract from Pink by Lili Wilkinson.

News article

Dating Profiles

Leaving her behind

20

More alive

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Fiction, an extract from The Sky is Everywhere by Jandy Nelson

Final Assignment

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Speaking: A newscast Writing: A news article

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Workbook Words and phrases 1 2 3 4 5

Word building (word classes) 6 Collocations 7 Word building (prefixes) 8 Close reading 8 Learn new words 9

Reading (reception) 6 7 8 9 10 1 1 12 13 14 15 16 17

After reading: Art-of-Flirting.org 10 After reading: Death certificate… 1 1 After reading: Dating Profiles 12 After reading: Bondgirl Meets… 14 After reading: Dear Abbie I 15 After reading: Dear Abbie II 16 After reading: Leaving her behind 16 After reading: Advice to a Girl I 17 After reading: Advice to a Girl II 17 After reading: Manjit’s Wedding… 18 After reading: More alive 19 Reading strategies 20

Listening (reception) 18 19 20 21 22

Speaking (production) 23 24 25 26 27 28 29

Role play 1: Breaking up (WS 4) 23 Role play 2: Blind date (WS 5) 23 Role play 3: Giving advice (WS 6) 23 Discussion 1: Getting married… 24 Discussion 2: Dear Abbie 24 Discussion 3: Love and social… 24 Speaking strategies: A newscast 25

Writing (production) 30 31 32 33 34 35

A personal description A love story Advice to a Boy A news article A summary Tell someone about it

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Grammar 1–5 Obestämd och bestämd artikel 28 6–10 Ordföljd 3 1 11–14 Do eller make 34

A song about love 21 This American Life (WS 1) 21 You’ve nothing to lose! (WS 2) 21 Can animals love? (WS 3) 22 Listening strategies 22

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Section 2 Crime and Punishment Core content Topic: Crime and Punishment Online forum, reviews, feature, biography, personal statements, statistics, argumentative essay, fiction

Final Assignment Speaking: A debate Writing: An argumentative essay

Grammar Modala hjälpverb Passiv form

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Section 2 Crime and Punishment

Textbook Terrorism Forum

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Online forum

Teenage Sherlock

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Dear Mandy

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Where on earth is Edmund?

The Whistleblower

Fiction, an extract from The Secret History by Donna Tartt

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Feature

Juvenile court

The Story of Bonnie and Clyde 48 Biography

52

Personal statements

Prison Systems

64

Fiction, an extract from Letters from the Inside by John Marsden

Review

The Execution

62

Argumentative essay

Review

Spurlock-Holmes

Guantรกnamo Bay

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Fiction, an extract from Foxfire by Joyce Carol Oates

Final Assignment

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Speaking: A debate Writing: An argumentative essay

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Statistics

Zenaida Ortiz

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Biography

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Workbook Words and phrases

Speaking (production)

1 Word building (word classes) 38 2 Word building (prefixes) 38 3 Collocations 39 4 Close reading 40 5 Learn new words 40

Reading (reception) 6 After reading: Terrorism Forum 41 7 After reading: Teenage Sherlock 42 8 After reading: Spurlock-Holmes 43 9 After reading: The Whistleblower 44 10 After reading: Bonnie and Clyde 45 11 After reading: The Execution 46 12 After reading: Prison systems 47 13 After reading: Zenaida Ortiz 48 14 After reading: Guantánamo Bay 49 15 After reading: Dear Mandy 50 16 After reading: Where on earth is Edmund? 50 17 After reading: Juvenile court 5 1 18 Reading strategies for fiction 52

Listening (reception) 19 20 21 22

Criminal or hero? Robbery on the road Music time! Listening strategies

23 24 25 26 27 28 29

Role play 1: The death penalty (WS 1) Role play 2: Violence on TV (WS 2) Discussion 1: The Whistleblower Discussion 2: Prison systems Discussion 3: Guantánamo Bay A review Speaking strategies: Arguing

55 55 55 56 56 57 57

Writing (production) 30 31 32 33 34

An article An argumentative text A review An informative text Bonnie Parker’s poems

58 58 58 59 59

Grammar 1–4 5–8 9–12 13–16 17–20 21–24

Can, could, be able to 60 May, might, be allowed to 6 1 Shall, should, ought to 62 Will, would 63 Must, have to, had to 65 Passiv form 66

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Section 3 Life and Death Core content Topic: Life and Death Feature, informative text, personal statements, journal, pamphlet, fiction, poetry

Final Assignment Speaking: A review Writing: An informative text

Grammar ing-form efter vissa verb och uttryck Konjunktioner Ordbildning

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Section 3 Life and Death

Textbook Dawn of the Vampyre-Zombies 82

I heard a Fly buzz – when I died 100

Feature

Poem by Emily Dickinson

The World Happiness Report

85

Informative text

Do not stand at my grave and weep

101

Poem by Mary Elizabeth Frye

Extreme Athletes

88

Personal statements

Life on Three Legs

The Journal of Minette

Fiction, an extract from On Cats by Doris Lessing

Journal

92

Dialogue with Hal

Quality of Life

94

Fiction, an extract from 2001 A Space Odyssey by Arthur C. Clarke

Two seconds

97

Final Assignment

Pamphlet

Fiction, an extract from Just in Case by Meg Rosoff

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106

113

Speaking: A review Writing: An informative text

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Workbook Words and phrases 1 2 3 4 5

Word building (word classes) Word building (suffixes) Idiomatic expressions Close reading Learn new words

Speaking (production) 70 70 71 72 72

Reading (reception) 6 After reading: Dawn of the Vampyre-Zombies 7 After reading: World Happiness… 8 After reading: Extreme Athletes 9 After reading: The Journal of… 10 After reading: Quality of Life 11 After reading: Two seconds 12 After reading: I heard a Fly buzz… 13 After reading: Do not stand… 14 After reading: Life on Three Legs 15 After reading: Dialogue with Hal 16 Reading strategies for fiction

73 74 74 75 76 76 77 77 78 79 80

Listening (reception) 17 18 19 20

This American Life (WS 1) Helping people in need (WS 2) The pedextrians Listening strategies

81 81 82 83

21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28

Discussion 1: Happiness Discussion 2: Danger Discussion 3: Mindfulness A reading A survey Role play: For or against… (WS 3) Depression Speaking strategies: A review

84 84 85 85 86 86 86 87

Writing (production) 29 30 31 32 33 34

Instructions for happiness 88 A poem 88 A diary entry 88 A personal statement 89 A summary 89 A short story 89

Grammar 1–5 ing-form efter vissa verb… 90 6–8 Konjunktioner 92 9–14 Ordbildning 93

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FEATURE

FREAKYFILMS.ORG

Dawn of the Vampyre-Zombies by Hooper ‘Little Mizz Zom-Bee’ O’Brien How did books and movies like Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter and Pride and Prejudice and Zombies even happen? Why are people so captivated by tales of the undead?

The new movie Dawn of the Vampyre-Zombies might help us understand. In this mockumentary – a fake documentary – Dawn Vampyre-Zombie is a normal high-schooler. She has pimples, she fails to make the cheerleading squad, and other kids call her a monster. 82

dawn gryning, början (även ett tjejnamn) undead odöd, zombie captivated by förtjusta i squad grupp, trupp

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Too bad she is one. At lunch, people tease Dawn about what’s in her lunchbox (need I say more?). And of course Dawn’s love life goes sour: the first person she kisses starts bleeding, and then faints – Dawn calls an ambulance and pretends she doesn’t know how it happened. The most heartfelt moment, though, is when Dawn’s parents explain who they really are, and tell her she is going to live forever. She screams back that she doesn’t care, she just wants to be normal. Then she calls them monsters, and says they’ve ruined her life. And Dawn’s parents nod and say, “You’re right.” Dawn of the Vampyre-Zombies would seem pretty monstrous if it weren’t for all those cold-hearted and exploitative reality-TV shows out there, that actually make Dawn of the Vampyre-Zombies look, frankly, very human indeed. Which makes us wonder: with all the true human suffering in the world, all the real wars and depression and kids picking on each other, why are we so interested in tales of the living dead?

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Some psychologists think these stories help us deal with our fear of death. Vampire tales have been around since at least the time of the Plague in the 1400s, which killed about a third of the population of Europe. Later, literary authors sucked the blood out of vampire folklore: Lord Byron, Bram Stoker, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, Ray Bradbury, Stephen King, and Stephanie Meyer – just to name a few. We’ve also seen a gazillion Vampire films, including comedies like Love at First Bite, teen films like Buffy the Vampire Slayer and romances such as Twilight. The whole zombie thing, on the other hand, is a fairly new phenomenon. Of course there is the Biblical story of Lazarus, but modern zombies started with Caribbean voodoo beliefs, and exploded with the 1968 film Night of the Living Dead. The 2006 novel World War Z (and the movie of the same name), catapulted zombies from fading cult figures into box-office superstars. And of course the Plants vs. Zombies computer games also fanned the flames of the zombie-inferno. Nowadays it seems like everyone and their sister is trying to add to the never-ending story of the undead. And the ridiculous, new, fake-documentary Dawn of the Vampyre-Zombies actually isn’t that ridiculous at all, because it explores the limits of our capacity for kindness and empathy with “others” – who can turn out to be just like us. Everyone has the right to be loved and respected, right? Even vampires and zombies? Whether or not it really is fear of dying that makes us so fascinated by these stories, one thing is for sure: stories of the living dead simply won’t die. Because we won’t let them.

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Exercises in the Workbook: 2, 5, 6, 25, 34

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Final Assignment Speaking

A review Many journalists and bloggers write or broadcast reviews of books, movies, series, films, games, etc. Reviews summarise the work in question, compare it to similar works, and then analyse and judge it based on its originality of ideas, production quality, entertainment factor, value for money, etc. Write your own review of a work, and present it as a speech, podcast, or video. For more help, read the model review on p. 166 in your Workbook. You might also study the review of “Dawn of the Vampyre-Zombies”, which is the first half of the feature on pp. 82–84.

Writing

An informative text An informative text aims to provide information, it is often found in encyclopedias, on wiki-pages, or in school books. Informative texts follow a clear structure with an introduction to the topic and paragraphs (sometimes with sub-headings) that give information about different parts of the topic. Research a topic connected to the theme “life and death” and write your own informative text. For more information, go to the model text on p. 170 in your Workbook. You can also read the statistics text, “The World Happiness Report”, on pp. 85–87.

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Section 4 English Around the World Core content Topic: English Around the World Informative text, personal statements, diary, interviews, application, feature, fiction

Final Assignment Speaking: An interview Writing: A cover letter

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Textbook Simply English

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Informative text

English for the Future

121

Culture Clash

125

Fiction, an extract from A Concise Chinese-English Dictionary for Lovers by Xiaolu Guo

Diary

From Syria to Sweden

English class 128

Interview

Interview with Arthur and Carolina

132

141

145

Fiction, an extract from In the House of the Interpreter, A memoir by Ngũgĩ Thiong’o

Final Assignment

149

Speaking: An interview Writing: A cover letter

Interview

Application for an Exchange Year

138

Feature

Personal statements

The Beauty of Newfoundland

Nollywood

136

Application

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Workbook Words and phrases

Speaking (production)

1 Word building (word classes) 96 2 Word building (suffixes) 96 3 Collocations 97 4 Close reading 98 5 Learn new words 98

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Reading (reception) 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15

After reading: Simply English After reading: English for the… After reading: The Beauty of… After reading: From Syria to… After reading: Interview with… After reading: Application… After reading: Nollywood! After reading: Culture Clash After reading: English class Reading strategies for fiction

99 100 101 102 103 103 104 105 106 107

A role play: Culture Clash (WS 2) Discussion 1: The right to asylum Discussion 2: Languages and… An inspirational speech An interview A personal statement Speaking strategies: Interviewing

111 111 112 112 113 113 114

Writing (production) 27 28 29 30 31 32

A diary entry An application A feature A biography An informative text A project

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Listening (reception) 16 17 18 19

A job interview Papuan Pidgin English Malala speaks at the UN (WS 1) Listening strategies

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TEXTBOOK 9

Kevin Frato Anna Cederwall Susanna Rinnesjö Mary Glover Richard Glover Bo Hedberg Per Malmberg

Wings är ett läromedel i engelska för grundskolans senare del. I Wings 9 behandlas följande teman: Love, Crime and Punishment, Life and Death och English Around the World. Textboken innehåller texter i olika genrer, t.ex: ansökningsbrev, biografi, broschyr, intervju, recension, reportage samt utdrag ur skönlitterära böcker. I varje sektion finns förslag på två examinationsuppgifter. De texttyper eleven har studerat fungerar då som modell för egen produktion. De inlästa texterna nås via en kod i boken.

Wings 9 består av: Textbook inkl. ljud Textbook Digital Workbook inkl. ljud och webbövningar Workbook Interaktiv Lärarhandledning (pdf) inkl. ljud och facit

ISBN 978-91-27-44800-1

9 789127 448001

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