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Module 12

A weekend away

1 Complete the phrases below with the words/phrases in the box. do

go

stay(x2)

have a

go for

__________

at home

__________

in bed

__________

the housework

__________

a party

__________

swimming

__________

the country

__________

the gym

__________

a walk

__________

with friends

__________

for the weekend

go out

go away

go to (x2)

2 Check your answers with exercise 4 on page 106 of your Students’ Book. 3 Are you going to do any of these things this weekend? Tell your partner which ones you are planning to do. 4 Write a paragraph about your plans for the weekend. Use going to, would like to and want to where necessary. _______________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________

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TEACHER’S NOTES: Module 12

A weekend away

This worksheet is designed to be used once students have completed pages 104–106. 1 Ask students to complete the phrases using the words/phases from the box. Get brief class feedback. stay

at home

stay

in bed

do

the housework

have a

party

go

swimming

go to

the country

go to

the gym

go for

a walk

go out

with friends

go away

for the weekend

2 Students can check their answers with page 106 if necessary. 3 Students tell their partners which of the activities they are going to do at the weekend. Monitor and take note of important errors and correct language used. When students have finished talking about their weekends, draw the students’ attention to the errors and ask them to correct them. Praise students for any good or interesting language used. 4 Students write the paragraph about their plans for the weekend. You can then collect them in and randomly read out a few of the paragraphs. Students can guess who wrote them.

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