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Check In

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Main Track Step 1: describing family members Step 2: talking about jobs, routines and (bad) habits Step 3: talking about things you like, dislike and (strange) hobbies

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On Different Tracks Check 1: describing animals Check 2: using pronouns Check 3: selecting information from a text Check 4: discussing possible situations

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Check Out: choosing the best pet

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3 What’s ‘appening?

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Summary 32 Grammar 32 – HOW TO talk about states, facts and routines 32 – HOW TO express likes and dislikes 33 – HOW TO talk about what you own 34 – HOW TO give short answers 35 – HOW TO say how often something happens 36 Vocabulary 37 – Family relations 37 – Jobs 38 – Bad habits 39 – Hobbies 40 Strategy 41 – HOW TO find information on the internet 41 – HOW TO study vocabulary and grammar 42 – HOW TO deal with difficult words in a text 43 – HOW TO listen/watch more effectively 44

Check In

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Main Track Step 1: talking about your favourite apps Step 2: describing feelings and emotions Step 3: describing actions going on now Step 4: making conversation

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On Different Tracks Check 1: describing family members Check 2: talking about jobs, routines and (bad) habits Check 3: talking about things you like, dislike and (strange) hobbies

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On Different Tracks 149 Check 1: talking about your favourite apps 149 Check 2: describing feelings and emotions 154 Check 3: describing actions going on now 157 Check 4: making conversation 162

Check Out: my Fakebook profile

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2 The bee’s knees

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Summary 144 Grammar 144 – HOW TO talk about actions going on now 144 – HOW TO talk about facts and habits 145 – HOW TO talk about actions going on now or in the near future 145 Vocabulary 146 – Emotions and emojis 146 Strategy 147 – HOW TO make conversation 147 Useful Expressions 148 – HOW TO express your opinion 148

Check Out: a WhatsApp conversation

4 Off we went

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Main Track Step 1: describing animals Step 2: using pronouns Step 3: selecting information from a text Step 4: discussing possible situations

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Main Track 171 Step 1: talking about the weather 171 Step 2: describing holiday activities 178 Step 3: m  aking negative sentences and asking questions in the past simple193 Summary Grammar – HOW TO talk about the past Vocabulary – The weather – Holidays

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On Different Tracks Check 1: talking about the weather Check 2: describing holiday activities Check 3: making negative sentences and asking questions in the past simple

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Check Out: writing a holiday note

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Summary 91 Grammar 91 – HOW TO refer to people and things 91 – HOW TO talk about possible situations (in the present or future) 92 Vocabulary 93 – Animals 93 – Animal body parts 94 – Pet accessories 94 – Other words 95 Strategy 96 – HOW TO use a dictionary 96 – HOW TO read a text more effectively 97

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5 Go pro

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Check In

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Main Track Step 1: describing sports Step 2: asking questions Step 3: writing a(n) (formal) email

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Summary 248 Grammar 248 – HOW TO ask questions 248 Vocabulary 249 – Extreme sports 249 – Water sports 249 – Sports on wheels 249 – (Self-)defence sports 249 – Snow/ice sports 250 – Ball games 250 – Musical sports 250 – Other activities 250 Strategy 251 – HOW TO write a formal email 251 Useful Expressions 252 – HOW TO express likes and dislikes 252 – HOW TO make (polite) requests 253 On Different Tracks Check 1: describing sports Check 2: asking questions Check 3: writing a(n) (formal) email

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Check Out: signing up for a sports camp

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6 A foodie generation

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Check In

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Main Track Step 1: describing food Step 2: comparing breakfast foods Step 3: ordering a sandwich Step 4: writing a recipe Step 5: using adjectives and adverbs

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Summary 308 Grammar 308 – HOW TO indicate quantity 308 – HOW TO make comparisons 310 – HOW TO describe people, things and actions 311 Vocabulary 313 – Breakfast food and drinks 313 – Fruit 313 – Bakery items 314 – Vegetables and herbs 314 – Meat 315 – Cheese 316 – Kitchen utensils 316 – Other words 317 Useful Expressions 318 – HOW TO order in a shop 318 On Different Tracks Check 1: describing food Check 2: comparing breakfast foods Check 3: ordering a sandwich Check 4: writing a recipe Check 5: using adjectives and adverbs

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Check Out: a food quiz

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STARTEN MET TRACK 'N' TRACE Welkom in Track ‘n’ Trace. We leggen graag even uit hoe je met dit boek aan de slag gaat.

1 / Op weg met Track ‘n’ Trace Het leerwerkboek bestaat uit zes units en elke unit is op dezelfde manier opgebouwd. Op de voorpagina van elke unit vind je terug wat je zult leren om de taak aan het einde van de unit, de Check Out, goed uit te voeren. Deze voorpagina toont je de weg die je zult afl eggen.

UNIT 3: W HAT'S 'APPENING? check in main track

Step 1: talking about your favourite apps

Step 3: describing actions going on now

Step 2: describing feelings and emotions

In de Check In maak je kennis met het thema van de unit.

summary Step 4: making conversation

trace your steps

CHECK IN Guess that song 1

listening

Watch the video clips with the sound off. The lyrics have been rewritten using emojis. Can you guess which song it is? Afterwards, listen with the sound on to check your answers. Title

Artist or film

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on different tracks

2 3

check out: a whatsapp conversation

4 2

READING

Guess which films are being described with these emojis. Hey! Let’s play a little game. I’ll send you some emojis and you guess which film it is. Deal?

De Main Track is opgebouwd uit verschillende Steps. In elke Step leer je een afzonderlijke bouwsteen om de taak aan het einde van de unit te kunnen maken.

10:24 10:25

Planet of the Apes

10:26

MAIN TRACK

10:27

Step Titanic 1 Who let the dogs out?

10:28

Describing animals

10:31

Finding Dory

10:32

1 / Know your animals 1

10:33

Ghostbusters 10:34 word from the list. Match the names of these famous animals with the correct

+ ?

bird – cat – dog – dolphin – donkey – elephant – giraffe – hamster – horse – lion – monkey – 10:35 rabbit – snake – tiger Fantastic Beasts and where piglet to find– them 10:36

Name

Animal

Moana (Vaiana in Dutchpiglet version) Babe

Name

Animal10:37

10:38 Kia’s dancing hamsters

hamster lion

Bugs Bunny

rabbit

Mufasa (The Lion King)

Cheetah (Tarzan) American Pie

monkey

Shere10:40 Khan (Jungle Book) tiger

Donkey (Shrek)

donkey

Snake (Toy Story)

10:39

snake WRITING

3 Dumbo Try it yourself. Send a film title or song title in emojis to a classmate using WhatsApp. elephant dog Can Snoopy they guess what you described?

Flipper

dolphin

Woody Woodpecker

bird

Garfield

cat

Melman Mankiewicz (Madagascar)

giraffe

Aan het einde van elke Step zie je een verwijzing naar een Check. Die Check vind je terug in het onderdeel On Different Tracks. In On ON DIFFERENT TRACKS Different Tracks ga je na of je de bouwsteen al onder de knie hebt. horse

Jolly Jumper

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CHECK 1, p. 98

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READING Look at the pictures with the animal photobombs. a Guess which animals ‘ruined’ the picture. Choose from the list below. Not all animals have to be used.

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bear – cat – cow – dog – dolphin – donkey – elephant – giraffe – guinea pig – hamster – horse – kangaroo – lion – marmot – monkey – ostrich – piglet – rabbit – snake – tiger – tortoise

b Check your guesses.

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Describing sports

Check 1

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What sport is described?

SUMMARY

READING

a Read the descriptions below and find the matching sports.

HOW TO refer to people and things pagenumber

This typical American sport is played by 2 teams of 11 players, using an oval ball which players kick, throw, or 74 carry. Teams try to put the ball over the other team’s line.

Personal pronouns

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The sport of paddling in a light canoe dog giraffe(s) inIs that which the part where you sit is Milo is my dog. I love your dog? him. He’s mine! UNIT 2: THE BEE'S KNEES covered over. No, that’s Milo. It’s his.

GRAMMAR

Voor je start met On Different Tracks is er een Summary: een overzicht van de 1 grammatica, woordenschat, strategieën en veelgebruikte uitdrukkingen.





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The sport of riding a strong bicycle which can be used for riding on rough ground.

A game played by 2 teams of 11 players, using a round ball which players kick up and down the playing field.





The sport of balancing on a rope that is fixed above the ground. 

ON DIFFERENT TRACKS Check 1 1

Describing animals

What are animals like? a First, write the correct animal name under the picture. Careful: remember to write 'a' or 'an'!

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The activity of moving through a city PERSONAL PRONOUNS by running, jumping and climbing Possessive Possessive Object adjectiveand through pronoun things in pronoun under, around I love … … my dog Milo. Milo is mine. Milo misses me when I’m gone. a way that is as elegant as possible. You love … … your dog. Milo is yours. Milo misses you when you’re gone. Subject pronoun

7 Je leerkracht zal je zeggen wanneer je de Check, die bij een bepaalde Step hoort, kunt maken in On Different Tracks. Afhankelijk van je 8 resultaat kun je – helemaal volgens jouw tempo en niveau – de leerstof nog even herhalen, extra oefenen of meer verdiepende oefeningen maken. A sport involving the performance of exercises that need a lot of balance, strength, flexibility and control. The artistic events are most known and for women they include vault, uneven bars, balance beam and floor exercises. 

He loves … She loves … It is showing …

… his dog. … her dog. … its teeth.

Milo is his. Milo is hers. /

Milo misses him when he’s gone. Milo misses her when she’s gone. I would never adopt it.

We love …

… our dog.

Milo is ours.

Milo misses us when we’re gone.



You love …

… your dog.

Milo is yours.

Milo misses you when you’re gone.

They love …

… their dog.

Milo is theirs.

Milo misses them when they’re gone.

A racquet sport played using racquets to hit a shuttlecock across a net, usually played one on one.

UNIT 2:

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b Choose 1 of these sports that you have already done and describe what you thought of it and how it went. Write 2 sentences (or about 20 words).    Score

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Next exercise

ex. 2

ex. 3

ex. 4

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Je kunt je traject in On Different Tracks helemaal zelfstandig doorlopen, met een partner of samen met de klas. Aan de hand van de handige scorewijzers weet je meteen welke oefeningen je moet maken. b Which animals are described here? Choose from:

bull – donkey – fly – hamster – monkey – snake

Description

Animal

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1 I am a funny animal that looks like a human being.

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2 I am a small pet that runs around in a cage and I play at night. 3 I am a reptile. I have no paws and I make a hissing sound.

4 I am an insect that gets on everybody’s nerves because of the sound I produce.

5 I am a mammal that looks a bit like a horse. People say I am stupid, but I like to think I’m determined. 6 I am a big animal and in Spain, people sometimes try to fight against me!

UNIT 2:

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Als je alle bouwstenen in de Main Track hebt doorlopen en ze voldoende hebt ingeoefend in On Different Tracks, dan ben je zeker klaar voor de Check Out, de taak aan het einde van de unit. Hier kun je alles wat je geleerd hebt in de unit toepassen.

CHECK OUT: WRITING A HOLIDAY NOTE Orientation Your friends went on holiday and posted their holiday pictures on Instagram. You were stuck at camp and didn’t do all the adventurous things your friends did. That’s okay, because you also did some things, so you are sending them a short note telling them all about your own holiday!

Preparation 1

Look at your Instagram-feed and make a note of what your friends did.

2

Make sure you revise the irregular verbs before you start.

Action 3

Write 1 sentence for each of their photos so you are fully prepared to send them your note. Use the prompts in your sentences.

1

2

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Lina: (to go / Italy / to visit Pisa)

Jenn: (to visit / historic city)

Julian: (parents / beach / Cuba)

WRITING

Elke Check Out gebruikt de OVUR-strategie: lina_c

follow

Pisa, Italy

jenn_m

follow

Carcassonne, France

julian_p08

follow

Cuba

Orientation

Reflection

Action

3 Reflect on your task by filling in the checklist.

Preparation

Checklist: describing your holiday

Yes

Refl ection

I think so

No

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1 Preparation • I described my friends’ holiday activities. • I wrote my note or postcard in draft first.

2 Content • I wrote about 75 words. • I included all the necessary elements. • I respected the rules for writing an informal note or postcard.

We willen graag dat je vorderingen maakt en dat je refl ecteert op je taken en leert uit 3 Language use • I used the correct vocabulary to describe the activities and the feedback. UNIT 4:

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Reflection 3 Reflect on your task by filling in the checklist. Checklist: describing your holiday

OFF W E W ENT

Yes

I think so

No

1 Preparation • I described my friends’ holiday activities. • I wrote my note or postcard in draft first. 2 Content • I wrote about 75 words. • I included all the necessary elements. • I respected the rules for writing an informal note or postcard.

weather. • I used the past simple tense correctly. • I paid attention to the structure of my sentences. • I checked my spelling and punctuation.

3 Language use • I used the correct vocabulary to describe the activities and the weather. • I used the past simple tense correctly. • I paid attention to the structure of my sentences. • I checked my spelling and punctuation. Feedback

Feedback

Trace your steps on diddit.

Ten slotte kun je na elke unit je online portfolio op diddit individueel of samen met je leerkracht invullen. Zijn er dingen die nog niet zo goed lopen, dan krijg je meteen ook digitale oefeningen bij je werkpunten.

Trace your steps on diddit.

2 / Nuttig voor onderweg pagenumber

In de loop van elke unit word je ondersteund door een aantal hulpmiddelen. c Complete the rest of the grid in b with your own examples.

d Look at the questions you filled in in the grid. What happens if there is a question word?

UNIT 4:

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OFF W E W ENT

Complete the grammar box below.

GRAMMAR

How to talk about past states

Grammaticale regels staan in de Main Track altijd in een kader, met een duidelijk voorbeeld erbij. Hier vul je zelf een aantal basiskenmerken van de regel in. Hoe je de grammatica gebruikt, vind je vervolgens terug in de Summary. Aan de hand van nog meer voorbeelden en illustraties schetsen we de context waarin je de grammatica kunt gebruiken.

SUMMARY

Past simple of ‘to be’

GRAMMAR

To talk about a past state, we use the verb ‘to be’ in the past simple tense. e.g. The weather was great. Keep in mind! – In the negative (–) you can use a long form and a short form.

e.g.

HOW TO talk about the past

Past simple

Last summer, I went to Italy. The weather was really nice. I swam in the sea and I visited local markets. Where did you go?

I was not = You were not =

I didn’t go anywhere. I stayed at home.

– To form questions (?), there is inversion and you can answer with a short answer.

e.g.

I was right.

g Were you right, too?

Yes,

He was happy.

g Was she happy too?

No, See p. 200

7

Complete the postcards with the correct form of ‘to be’ in the past simple.

1

pagenumber

Hello Grandpa, I’m sending you this postcard from Warsaw. You can’t believe how cold it is

1 Past simple

here. Yesterday it (1) jackets and gloves to keep us warm. We made a snowman in the park.

UNITThat 4: (2) OFF

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W E W ENT nice, but cold!

Hope to see you soon. Laura XXX

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REGULAR VERBS

John Lee

FORM

52 Park Lane

Subject

Positive (+)

Negative (-)

Questions (?)**

LONDON

1st p. sing.

I visited.

I didn’t visit.

Did I visit?

2nd p. sing.

You visited.

You didn’t visit.

Did you visit?

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3rd p. sing.

He/She visited.

He/She didn’t visit.

Did he/she visit?

UK

1st p. plur.

We visited.

We didn’t visit.

Did we visit?

2nd p. plur.

You visited.

You didn’t visit.

Did you visit?

3rd p. plur.

They visited.

They didn’t visit.

Did they visit?

Rule:

Subject + base form of the verb + ed

Subject Did + didn’t / did not* 3 + subject Read through the strategies in the box below before watching the video. + base form of the verb + base form of the verb

one hundred and seventy-five

a snowy day. We had to wear heavy

annelamot@englishschool.org test papers

Omdat leerstrategieën ontzettend belangrijk zijn, vind je die ook in de Main Track terug wanneer je ze nodig hebt. Elke leerstrategie kun je via een handig schema of overzicht nog eens rustig bekijken in de Summary, ook als je er later nog eens gebruik van wilt maken. Dear mr. Lamot,

We have a test tomorrow but i forgot my papers at school. Can u send them please? thanks in advance. Imrane

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don’t understand. 3 Highlight the most important part of the question. 4 Do you understand what the goal of this exercise is? - Do you have to listen for main ideas? - Do you have to listen for details? - Do you have to draw a conclusion? 5 Make sure you know how often you will be able to watch/listen to the fragment. 6 Take only short notes (keywords) if necessary and use a pencil!

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*In the negative, the auxiliary can have a long or short form: He didn’t How visit. =to Helisten/watch did not visit. more effectively **You can answer a yes/no question with a short answer: e.g. Q: Did you visit Paris? 1 Read through the questions before you even start to listen/watch. A: Yes, I did. / No, I didn't. 2 Make sure you understand all of the questions. If not, ask your teacher to explain what you

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UNIT 4:

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HOW TO listen/watch more effectively Before listening watching

What words come to mind?

Type of text/video

See p. 44

What kind of text/video are you going to listen to/watch?

annelamot@englishschool.org Papers for the test

Dear Mrs. L

4

listening

Watch the video and answer the following questions. a Cross out the keywords on the BINGO! chart below if they are mentioned in the video. Tip 1: read through the list of words before watching the video. Tip 2: there are 15 words to cross out!

So first of all I didn't know that there was a test, so I didn't took my papers with me. Could you plss send me the papers for the test so I can study. Greets ruben

What do you already know about this type of text/video?

Task

O

Do you understand the task?

crave

negative impact

can’t shake

quit

smoking

slurping

enjoyable

repetition

sugar

breaking

Read through the question and highlight key words.

addicted to

cracking

positive reinforcement

neurons

get round

picking your nose

darn difficult

solution

fingernails

substitute

dopamine

chowing down

desperate

crisis situation

bodyguards

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Topic What do you know about the topic?

2 While listening watching Focus on what you hear/see Think ahead: what might happen next?

b Put these 4 tips WellCast gives on how to break bad habits into the order they were mentioned: Check the strategy in the Summary on how to write a good formal email (p. 251). Choose the ‘worst’ email in exercise 4 and rewrite it according to the rules of the strategy. Use an appropriate expression from the box below in your correction.

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How to make (polite) requests Help! Please help. Do me a favour, will you? I need help.

WRITING

Take short notes.

List your triggers and write down ways to avoid them.

USEFUL EXPRESSIONS

You have to help me. Can/could you help me? I was wondering if you could help me. I would appreciate it if you could help me.

Enlist your friends: write down names of friends that can help you.

Omdat je Engels wilt gebruiken in een realistische context, reiken we je graag ook veelgebruikte uitdrukkingen aan. Did you know? 5

Write down the bad habits you are trying to quit (choose one).

Ignore the words you think are less important.

Substitute good habits for your bad ones.

Focus on key words and facts.

Discuss these questions with a partner.

SPOKEN INTERACTION

a Do you think this 4-step method could help?

See p. 253

After listening watching 3

b Do you have bad habits you would like to break?

Check your understanding

c Do you know any other ‘bad’ habits, different from the ones in exercise 2?

You will write an email to your English teacher. a Preparation: choose one of the following situations and make a draft version first.

WRITING

– You have a test next week and you don’t know what to study. – You are reading a graphic novel in English and you want to use it for your book presentation. UNIT 5:

If possible, listen again to difficult passages. Have you completed the task?

‘Gonna’ is the informal form of ‘going to’. That means that we do not use it in ‘correct’ speech, and we almost never use it in writing! The same goes for ‘wanna’, ‘gimme’ and ‘ain’t’. Can you guess what these mean in formal language?

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forty-four

UNIT 1:

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twenty-three

two hundred and forty-six

six

6

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Listen to the intonation and stress of the speakers.

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Read your notes.

Have you understood the main points?

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Hiro cousin’s son

Maya cousin’s partner Malik stepbrother Connor half-brother

Jasmin niece Terell nephew Priscilla daughter

Caitlin sister

William son

Luke me Jada wife

Translation

My notes

LOOKS AND CHARACTERISTICS

Bruce cousin

Kelly cousin

Word adorable

schattig

a bright spark

een slim/spitsvondig wezen

clumsy

onhandig

cool

cool

cuddly

knuffel-, die graag knuffelt

curious

nieuwsgierig

cute

snoezig

dangerous

gevaarlijk

dirty

vuil

energetic

energiek

fluffy

pluizig, donzig

friendly

vriendelijk

funny

grappig

handsome

knap (mooi)

hyper

overdreven actief

irritating

irritant, vervelend

lazy

lui

playful

speels

short-haired

kortharig

smart

knap (slim)

sneaky

achterbaks, leep

sociable

sociaal

stubborn

koppig

stupid

dom

ugly

lelijk

unfriendly

onvriendelijk

Ebony sister-in-law

UNIT 1:

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ninety-five

thirty-seven

Jamal brother-in-law

Logan father-in-law

Shanila mother-in-law

Marc father (dad)

Jake brother

Sylvia mother (mum)

Tiane sister-in-law

Stephen uncle Jenna aunt Aliyah stepfather’s ex-wife John stepfather

Theresa grandmother George grandfather

De woordenschat van elke unit geven we je graag mee via mindmaps of via een overzichtelijke woordenlijst met ruimte om je eigen woorden en zinnen toe te voegen.

4 OTHER WORDS

VOCABULARY

1 FAMILY RELATIONS

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Vaardigheden zijn een belangrijk onderdeel bij het leren van een nieuwe taal. Daarom geven we bij elke oefening aan op welke vaardigheid je het meest aan het oefenen bent: listening, reading, speaking, spoken interaction, writing. 3

listening

READING

Read through the strategies in the box below before watching the video.

SPEAKING

STRATEGY

How to listen/watch more effectively

SPOKEN INTERACTION

WRITING

1 Read through the questions before you even start to listen/watch. 2 Make sure you understand all of the questions. If not, ask your teacher to explain what you don’t understand. 3 Highlight the most important part of the question. 4 Do you understand what the goal of this exercise is? - Do you have to listen for main ideas? - Do you have to listen for details? - Do you have to draw a conclusion? 5 Make sure you know how often you will be able to watch/listen to the fragment. See p. 44 6 Take only short notes (keywords) if necessary and use a pencil!

3 / Fijn en handig voor onderweg

4

addicted to cracking positive Source: www. therichest.com and www.dailyroutines.typepad.com reinforcement

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Wanneer er moeilijke woorden voorkomen in het authentieke tekstmateriaal, worden die uitgelegd in de glossary.

listening Watch the video and answer the following questions. Toa make sure (to stay) on top andifsane, Cross outshe the keywords on the BINGO! chart below they Kerr are mentioned in the video. (to fitTip in) 1: tinyread bouts of meditation, whenever she (to have) a spare moment. through the list of words before watching the video. A fewTip minutes in aare makeup chair, a taxiout! on the way to the airport, or waiting for a fitting to 2: there 15 words to in cross begin; for Miranda these B opportunities to I N G O a bout of meditation: a meditation session; a moment to relax (to be) all golden tune incrave and tune out the hectic world negative impact hectic: can’t busy, shakechaotic quit smoking sane: balanced, able to function normally around her. slurping enjoyable repetition sugar breaking neurons

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your darn difficultin yoursolution fingernails substitute Describepicking the daily routine of someone class. nose a Preparation: choose someone in the class. Look at their personal chart in exercise 1. dopamine chowing down desperate crisis situation bodyguards b Action: write 10 sentences to describe what they do and don't do.

a Preparation: highlight the ingredients and decide which preparation methods you are going to use. Check the Summary if necessary!

WRITING

b Action: write the recipe. Describe the ingredients, preparation method and the result (looks, taste, smell). Don’t forget to use the imperative, quantifiers, adjectives and adverbs correctly. c Reflection: check your recipe by filling in the checklist.

b Put these 4 tips WellCast gives on how to break bad habits into the order they were mentioned: Soms krijg je extra uitleg bij een boek, een auteur of Enlist your friends: write down names of friends that can help you. een fi lm. List your triggers and write down ways to avoid them.

RELISH - LUCY KNISLEY As the daughter of a chef, Lucy Knisley has always loved food. In Relish she combines her love for food with her talents as a cartoonist. Relish is a funny graphic novel memoir in which Knisley describes her life, explained by what she was eating at the time and the lessons she learned about food, cooking and life. At the end of every chapter you can also find an illustrated recipe.

Write down the bad habits you are trying to quit (choose one). Substitute good habits for your bad ones. 5

Discuss these questions with a partner.

READING

Below is an excerpt from the graphic novel Relish. Use it to write down the recipe for Huevos Rancheros.

SPOKEN INTERACTION

a Do you think this 4-step method could help? b Do you have bad habits you would like to break?

Did you know?

Checklist: daily routine

Yes

I think so No

1 Content and structure ‘Gonna’ is the10informal form of ‘going to’. That means that we do not use it in ‘correct’ speech, • I wrote sentences. and almost never use it inroutine: writing!the Thethings samethey goesdofor ‘wanna’, • we I described someone’s every day. ‘gimme’ and ‘ain’t’. Can you guess what these mean in formal • I also described what they dolanguage? not do. 2 Language • I used the present simple in the positive form correctly. • I used the present simple in the negative form correctly. • I used correct spelling and punctuation.

UNIT 1:

Feedback

In de Did You Know-kaders vind je leuke weetjes en achtergrondinformatie. twenty-three

c Do you know any other ‘bad’ habits, different from the ones in exercise 2? c Reflection: check your task by filling in the checklist. Share your text with your partner.

GUESS W HO?

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De volgende iconen helpen je ook nog een eind op weg. 3 / Bad habits Do you know what a bad habit is? Can you define it? Use words from the list below in your definition.

Het luisterfragment dat hierbij hoort, vind je ook online terug. a bad effect – to break – to control – often

Het beeldfragment dat hierbij hoort, vind je ook online terug. pagenumber

UNIT 1:

GUESS W HO?

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UNIT 6:

A FOODIE GENERATION

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Present continuous

FORM Subject

Positive (+)

Negative (-)

Questions (?)

1st p. sing.

I am working.

I am not / I’m not working.

Am I working?

2nd p. sing.

You are working.

You are not / aren’t working.

Are you working?

3rd p. sing.

She is working.

He is not / isn’t working.

Is it working?

1st p. plur.

We are working.

We are not / aren’t working.

Are we working?

2nd p. plur.

You are working.

You are not / aren’t working.

Are you working?

3rd p. plur.

They are working.

They are not / aren’t working.

Are they working?

Subject + ‘to be’ in present simple + verb in the -ing form

Subject + ‘not to be’ in present simple + verb in the -ing form

‘to be’ in present simple + subject + verb in the -ing form

Rule:

boos, furieus

disinterested, uninterested

Emoji

verveeld, ongeïnteresseerd

Translation

confident

self-assured

zelfverzekerd

confused

puzzled

verward, in de war

curious

interested

nieuwsgierig, geïnteresseerd

nauseated

vol walging, misselijk

My notes

HOW TO express your opinion

1 Expressing your opinion

'I guess I am a selfie addict. I believe that there is no such thing as too many selfies.' I (really) think that … I believe (that) … In my opinion … / My opinion is …

beschaamd, opgelaten

I feel that …

enthusiastic

thrilled, excited

enthousiast, opgewonden

I guess/imagine …

happy

content

gelukkig, blij, tevreden

I strongly believe that …

hungry

starving

hongerig, uitgehongerd

in love

love-struck

verliefd

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irritated

annoyed

geïrriteerd

jealous

envious

jaloers, afgunstig

lonely

alone

eenzaam, alleen

nervous

concerned, worried

nerveus, ongerust

sad

down

verdrietig, sip, droevig

scared

afraid

bang, angstig

shy

bashful

verlegen, schuw

surprised

amazed

versteld, verbaasd, verbluft

tired

sleepy

moe, slaperig

Keep it simple!

Use the search suggestions.

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jobs jobs near me jobs indeed jobs Ireland jobs in Australia

Add search items if you don’t find what you are looking for 1st try: job interview

Press Enter to search

2nd try: prepare job interview

Report offensive query

Start with important words only.

3rd try: how to prepare for a job interview

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I agree with the statement that says … Yes, I agree with you. I couldn't agree more.

Use the tabs

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e.g. looking for images, news articles, videos and much more

Filter results

e.g. by size, colour, image type …

jobs icon All Images

News

Videos

Shopping

More

Settings

Tools

jobs icon All Images

3 Disagreeing

Medium

News

Videos

Type

Time

Shopping More Usage rights

'Oh, I disagree, I really think no one should take duck face selfies!'

one hundred and forty-six

I disagree with the statement that says … No, I disagree with you. I don’t agree with you.

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Refine your search

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UNIT 3:

UNIT 3:

Use quotation marks to look for an exact phrase. e.g. "jobs in health care"

Word order matters. Google ranks the first word higher than the second, the second more than the third, etc.

Use site: to look on specific sites. e.g. jobs site: nytimes.com → will only search the site of the New York Times

Use OR to include multiple keywords. e.g. teachers OR doctors → will give you results for one of the 2 jobs

Use a plus sign (+) or a minus sign (-) to include or exclude words in your results. e.g. summer jobs -babysitting → will search all summer jobs except babysitting

W HAT'S 'APPENING?

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DIDDIT

2 Enter keywords

e.g. Google, Bing, Yahoo

To be honest … / Honestly …

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1 Use a search engine

I’m certain that …

'Yes, I agree!'

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HOW TO find information on the internet

2 Agreeing

Keep in mind: You can answer a yes/no question with a short answer. e.g. Is Thomas paying attention in class? + Yes, he is. = Yes, subject + auxiliary verb – No, he isn't. = No, subject + auxiliary verb + not

W HAT'S 'APPENING?

mad, furious

bored

embarrassed ashamed

USE

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Synonym

angry

disgusted

To talk about actions going on now. e.g. Thomas is taking a selfie.

UNIT 3:

EMOTIONS AND EMOJIS Adjective

STRATEGY

Is Thomas paying attention in class? No. He is not paying attention. Thomas is taking a selfie.

USEFUL EXPRESSIONS

HOW TO talk about actions going on now

VOCABULARY

GRAMMAR

SUMMARY

UNIT 1:

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UNIT 1: GUESS WHO? check in main track

Step 3: talking about things you like, dislike and (strange) hobbies

Step 1: describing family members

Step 2: talking about jobs, routines and (bad) habits

summary

trace your steps

on different tracks check out: my fakebook profile


UNIT 2: THE BEE'S KNEES check in main track

Step 3: selecting information from a text

Step 1: describing animals

Step 2: using pronouns

summary Step 4: discussing possible situations

trace your steps

on different tracks check out: choosing the best pet


UNIT 3: W HAT'S 'APPENING? check in main track

Step 3: describing actions going on now

Step 1: talking about your favourite apps

Step 2: describing feelings and emotions

summary Step 4: making conversation

trace your steps

on different tracks check out: a whatsapp conversation


UNIT 4: OFF W E W ENT check in main track

Step 3: making negative sentences and asking questions in the past simple

Step 1: talking about the weather

Step 2: describing holiday activities

summary

trace your steps

on different tracks check out: writing a holiday note


UNIT 5: GO PRO check in main track

Step 3: writing a(n) (formal) email

Step 1: describing sports

Step 2: asking questions

summary

trace your steps

on different tracks check out: signing up for a sports camp


UNIT 6: A FOODIE GENERATION check in main track

Step 4: writing a recipe

Step 1: describing food

Step 3: ordering a sandwich

Step 2: comparing breakfast foods

summary Step 5: using adjectives and adverbs

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on different tracks check out: a food quiz

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