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  • Sparks 6 Teachers Resource Book

    Contents

    Section 1 Introduction Flashcards Posters with pop-outs Story cards E-solutions: Multi-ROM, Teachers Electronic

    Resources, Young Learners Exams DVD Tips for the Test: Cambridge Young

    Learners and Trinity Exams Using the worksheet sections

    Section 2 Cut-outs

    Section 3 DVD worksheets

    Section 4 Extension worksheets

    Section 5 Newcomers worksheets

    Section 6 Reading worksheets

    Section 7 Richmond Primary Reader worksheets

    Section 8 Speaking worksheets

    Section 9 Tests

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  • Sparks 6 Teachers Resource Book offers information and tips to help you get the most from all the teachers materials. It also contains additional photocopiable resources to help widen and support the childrens learning.

    FlashcardsFlashcards are an excellent classroom tool to help introduce, reinforce and review vocabulary. Sparks comes with a pack of 87 full colour flashcards illustrating key vocabulary. Instructions for using the flashcards are given in the teaching notes for each lesson.

    Each picture flashcard has a corresponding word card which can be used to help develop childrens reading skills, to assist in writing activities and to use in matching activities. All the flashcards are colour coded by unit for easy identification.

    The Sparks flashcards can also be used in a variety of games which are explained on the Options pages of the Teachers Book. Children learn best when they enjoy what they are doing and games provide a way to engage childrens interest and enthusiasm. Games offer valuable opportunities to use the language for real purposes and provide enjoyable occasions for repeating and reinforcing the language, supporting retention and recall. Games which incorporate active methods using physical response are ideal for assimilating language.

    The children also have their own key vocabulary cut-outs which can be used in class or at home. There are games and activity ideas on the Options pages of the Teachers Book. The children can make envelopes or use food bags to store their cut-outs.

    Posters with pop-outsEach unit of Sparks is accompanied by two posters with pop-outs. Side A is used to introduce and practise the vocabulary and content of the unit. Side B is used to exploit the unit contents in a different way. The Teachers Book gives full instructions of when and how to use the posters and pop-outs. The pop-outs can also be used as flashcards.

    Tips

    Keep the pop-outs for each unit in an envelope or sandwich bag to avoid them getting lost or mixed up.

    Put two nails or drawing pins on the wall or in the wood of the blackboard and hang up the poster using two bulldog clips to avoid damage and the mess of Blu-Tack or adhesive tape. The poster is easily displayed and reversed.

    Hang the posters at the height of the children so that they can easily see them and participate with the activities.

    E-solutionsAll the Sparks digital components run on Windows, Linux or MAC operating systems and are compatible with all interactive whiteboard (IWB) software.

    Insert the Multi-ROM or the CD-ROM into the computer connected to the IWB. If it fails to run automatically, click on exeWin.exe to run.

    The Sparks E-solutions pack includes threeCD-ROMs:

    1) Students Multi-ROM

    Sparks 6 Multi-ROM is a fantastic interactive resource for both children and teachers which provides thorough practice of the Students Book contents. It contains eight units with interactive activities covering all the main language taught in the Students Book.

    Sparks 6 Multi-ROM can be used in class with an IWB to exploit the course contents while also helping children understand the concept of working together as a team to achieve a common objective. Alternatively, it can be used on an individual level by children working alone either in the Multimedia

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  • Lab or at home, reinforcing their language learning outside the classroom.

    A Multi-ROM Guide is provided on the main menu. A short animation explains how each activity works.

    How to use Sparks 6 Multi-ROM on an interactive whiteboard (IWB)

    Main menu: Access to units

    Click on the unit. 1 Click on the relevant activity to open it. 2 Click on 3 MENU to go back to the main menu.Click on 4 EXIT to exit the Multi-ROM.

    Unit menu

    Vocabulary and grammar games

    Each unit contains two vocabulary activities and two grammar activities which provide further practice of the Students Book contents.

    The bottom menu contains a running score which shows the total number of questions the children have to complete as well as the ones they get correct. The bottom menu also offers the possibility of restarting any activity immediately.

    Most of the activities include a timer to make them more challenging for the children.

    Activities with a long listening include a control to pause the audio or move backwards and forwards. This enables the children to listen to any part they need again.

    Some activities contain more than one screen. Click on the icon on the bottom menu to access the next screen.

    The Multi-ROM activities include a final screen showing the correct answers to revise the key concepts presented in each activity. In some activities the revision starts automatically right after the cheering animation. In others, click on the icon on the results screen to access.

    Each unit contains a digital version of the Students Book story and a reading comprehension activity. The story runs automatically to facilitate its projection. The digital story is an excellent tool to attract the childrens attention.

    The Phonics section offers an additional activity to consolidate the listening and writing skills of the children.

    In the Writing section the students reinforce their writing skills through three different types of activities:

    Dictation

    Find and correct the mistakes

    Comprehension

    In Festivals there are two activities. Listen to the Festivals songs while you do a listening comprehension activity with your class.

    The Multi-ROM also contains a screen to listen to all the songs of the course.

    The assessment for the activities is done in different ways according to the activity type:

    Final screen showing the childrens answers as well as the correct answers at the end of the activity.

    Final screen showing the correct answers to facilitate the revision of the key concepts presented in each activity.

    Instant feedback as they do the activity.

    Instant feedback and final screen with an animation at the end of the activity to revise key concepts.

    Check and try again: once the activity is completed, children check their answers and have the chance to try again. The correct answers remain for them to focus on their mistakes. After this second attempt, they can see the correct answers and compare them with their own by clicking on CHECK again.

    Instant feedback with countdown: the children have to pay careful attention and choose the correct answer, if they choose the wrong answer the clock runs faster! The score the children get depends on how quickly they finish the activity with the least number of mistakes. Children can always get a better score by doing the activity again!

    Tips to use students audio material

    Sparks 6 Multi-ROM contains the students audio material for PC or CD player. Insert the Multi-ROM into a CD player or PC to listen to the students audio material. The first eight tracks are songs from the Students Book which can be used as background music as the children work.

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  • 2) Sparks Digital for IWB

    Sparks 6 Digital is an innovative electronic version of the Sparks course components which integrates all the teaching materials in one CD-ROM. This fully interactive resource for use on interactive whiteboards (IWB) provides teachers with alternative and innovative ways to approach the Sparks course contents.

    Sparks 6 Digital can be used in two different ways: as an interactive guide to prepare lessons, and in class with an IWB to fully exploit all the materials. A Users Guide is provided on the main menu.

    Tips for working with Sparks Digital on an IWBSparks 6 Digital will save you lots of time. It is very user-friendly since the Students Book works as the menu to access the rest of the components. At the click of a button you can open any page of the Students Book and also have access to the corresponding sections, activities and extra practice from the Activity Book, Grammar and Writing Booklet, Resource Book, Teachers Book and E-posters. All audio material and answer keys for all the teaching materials are also integrated.

    Access to units

    Click on the unit you want to use.1 Click on the relevant lesson to open it.2 Click on 3 INDEX to go back to contents page.

    Toolbar

    Use the toolbar at the bottom of each page to:

    open other books. move to different pages of a book. return to the contents page. exit.

    Changing pages

    There are three easy way to change pages.

    Click on the arrows in the toolbar on either side of the page number.

    Type in the number of the page you want in the space between the arrows.

    Click on the bottom right corner of a page and drag it over just like a real book!

    Selecting tasks

    Click on any task to enlarge it in a new window. 1 Access answer keys, pictures or transcripts using 2 the links at the top of the page.To close the window and return to full-page 3 view, click on CLOSE.

    Other links

    Throughout Sparks 6 Digital there are various coloured links which lead to sections in other components of the course.

    No more looking for books or trying to find the correct pages! You have everything you need at the click of a button.

    SB (pink): all these links take you to the Students 1 Book.

    AB (purple): all these links take you to the 2 Activity Book.

    TB (green): all these links take you to the 3 Teachers Book.

    RB (orange): all these links take you to the 4 Resource Book.

    G&W (blue): all these links take you to the 5 Grammar and Writing Booklet.

    Poster (red): all these links take you to the 6 interactive poster.

    Listening Activities

    Not only can you hear the listening activities, you can also see them!

    Tasks with this symbol are recorded. 1 To listen to the recording, click on the task. A new window will open.Use the buttons in the bottom-right hand corner 2 to play, stop, pause, rewind or fast forward the recording.The transcript button opens a new window 3 containing the text version of the recording. Children can listen and read at the same time 4 using the controls in the transcript window.

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    Images

    All the images and pictures in Sparks 6 Digital can be enlarged. This is a fantastic visual feature which can be used for developing childrens speaking skills.

    3) The Interactive Young Learner Practice CD-ROM (Flyers level)

    This CD-ROM includes three complete interactive exams for YLE practice on an IWB. The interactive tools for the children are placed at a lower level on the screen to facilitate their participation with the IWB. The interactive tools for the teacher are located at the top of the screen to help teachers guide and control the childrens work.

    Apart from IWB exploitation, the Interactive YLE Practice CD-ROM also contains a network installation facility which enables the children to work at their own rythym in the Multimedia Lab. This helps teachers cater for mixed ability settings.

    Tips

    Teachers can focus on practising one activity type or have the children complete one exam at a time. The CD-ROM contains a printable version of each exam which includes tips for conducting the Speaking Exams, as well as all the answers.

    DVDEach unit of the Sparks 6 DVD shows people in authentic situations. This can be watched with or without subtitles. A Play all option is also available. The Sparks 6 Teachers Resource Book includes worksheets for working with the DVD in class.

    Tips for the Test - YLE and TrinityThe Cambridge Young Learner exams are designed for children aged from 7 to 12 years old. They are tested normally in their own school environment or an exam centre, and the exams all follow the same format. There are three levels: Starters, Movers and Flyers. In terms of grammar and lexis, the Flyers level is on par with the KET exams. The difference is that, unlike the exams for older students, children cannot fail the YLE. Every participant is given a diploma with badges in Reading, Writing, Listening and Speaking. The badges are coloured in depending on the success of the candidate.

    Exams follow a very set format. The children never write on the exam papers, rather they answer on an answer sheet, usually with one word answers. They are tested in groups, except for the Speaking session, where the test is given individually.

    The Sparks E-solutions YLE CD-ROM includes three complete tests. These can be printed out in colour and used for classroom practice; one set can be used many times. The children write their answers on a piece of paper except for the last page of the Listening exams, which is used for colouring and therefore can only be used once.

    Tips

    When doing the practice exams it is best to recreate similar circumstances as when the students will do the exam themselves, allow them the same amount of time, and have them practise exam techniques.

    The ESOL web site has an abundance of exam tips as well as more practice activities and information about the exams.

    The interactive activities on the CD-ROM are divided into the different sections of the exams. This way the teacher may choose to practice the same exam question in various exams or practise once complete exam, or pick and choose activities from different exams.

    Trinity College London, Graded Examinations in Spoken English

    The Trinity Examinations in Spoken English are one-to-one oral examinations with a native English speaking Trinity examiner, which test a students speaking and listening skills. The exams provide an official recognition of a students level of spoken English and are accepted by universities and employers worldwide. Candidates must be aged 7 or over.

    The examinations are divided into a series of 12 oral exams which test the students general conversation and ability to discuss prepared topics. The exam grades range from absolute beginner level to near native fluency.

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  • Apart from being a recognised meter of a students skills in English, the examination also works as a motivational tool encouraging students to practise and try to communicate in English.

    Tips

    In each English lesson, ask general questions such as What day is it today? Whats the weather like today? Is it spring or summer? How old are you?

    Encourage full answers whenever asking questions. T: What day is it today? SS:Tuesday. T: Its Tuesday.

    When asking questions, if a child does not know the answer, encourage them to say I dont know or I cant remember or Im sorry, I dont know the word in English, rather than remaining silent or saying errr.

    Make question practice fun. Do it in the form of a team quiz and award points. Or ask questions at the end of a lesson, whoever answers correctly can line up first.

    Practise for the exam in regular, short sessions so candidates become more confident with the style of question and can answer more rapidly and naturally.

    When choosing a grade for candidates, consider the childs personality as well as their level of English. A shy child with a good level of English, may not do as well as a more outgoing child who speaks more spontaneously.

    Encourage the children to ask questions too. From Level 2 onwards they are expected to ask the examiner questions.

    Initial Stage (Grades 1, 2 and 3) Example questions

    Grade 1

    Hello, good morning, goodbye

    Point to / show me (the red crayon, your nose, my shirt, the dog, the big cow...)

    Go to / touch (the window, the door...)

    Stand up, please.

    Whats your name?

    How old are you?

    What colour is that?

    And this one?

    Whats this?

    What are they?

    How many cats are there in this picture?

    Look, I have a (blue shirt, brown trousers and black shoes). And you?

    Grade 2

    Have you got any brothers or sisters?

    Whats his name?

    Put the red pen on the green book.

    Wheres the rubber?

    Where do you come from?

    Tell me about your house.

    Do you have any pets?

    What day is it today?

    Is it March or April?

    How many children are there in your class?

    Look at this picture, what is this woman wearing?

    Grade 3

    Where do you live?

    Whats the weather like?

    Is it raining now?

    What day was it yesterday?

    What can you see in this room?

    Tell me about your mother.

    Whats the date today?

    What time is it?

    What do you study at school?

    Who is your favourite teacher?

    Describe your best friend.

    How do you get to your classroom from here?

    Can you ride a horse?

    Look at this picture, what are these children doing?

    Where are your friends now?

    Have you got any hobbies?

    What do you do on Saturdays?

    Elementary Stage (Grades 4, 5 and 6)

    This is a 10 minute exam which has 2 phases; a discussion on the candidates pre-prepared topic and the conversation. Children should try

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    to maintain a fluid conversation rather than just answering the examiners questions.

    Tips for preparing the topic

    Children should choose something that they are genuinely interested in and can talk easily about, (a hobby, pet, recent holiday...).

    They should collect all necessary photos or pictures well before the exam to give them time to plan the points and practice what to say.

    Children should not learn their topic by heart as they must speak naturally and spontaneously in the exam.

    Allow children the possibility of presenting their topic to the class and answering their questions to give them more confidence.

    The child should prepare several questions to ask the examiner related to their topic.

    Make a photocopy of the Topic Form for each student. Check that their information and spelling is correct before giving them the real Topic Form to complete.

    Example questions

    Grade 4

    What are you going to do this weekend?

    Where did you go on holiday last year?

    When did you start in this school?

    How often do you go to the cinema?

    Tell me about your hobbies.

    Did you watch any TV last night?

    Grade 5

    How long have you been (playing basketball)?

    Which do you prefer, reading books or watching films?

    How are you going to celebrate your birthday?

    What is the most important festival here?

    What sort of TV programmes do you watch?

    Which is quicker, a car or a bike?

    Grade 6

    Do you think these clothes are fashionable?

    Which countries would you like to visit?

    What kind of shopping do you do?

    If it rains this weekend, what will you do?

    What do you do to keep healthy?

    Tell me about some of your school rules.

    Using the worksheet sectionsSparks optional worksheets can be photocopied according to the needs of individual children or the class as a whole.

    The Options pages of the Teachers Book indicate when each activity should be done to assure that the content and vocabulary have been covered in the lesson. There are eight photocopiable sections.

    Cut-outs >DVD worksheets >Extension worksheets >Newcomer worksheets >Reading worksheets >Richmond Primary Readers Worksheets >Speaking worksheets >Tests >

    Tips

    Get enough photocopies of the worksheets in advance with a couple of spare copies just in case.

    Keep a copy for yourself to mark on any comments about how the children found the activity.

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    Name: Class:

    DVD worksheet

    Name: Class:

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    1 Where do you live? What buildings are near you? Tick () the buildings.

    2 Watch and listen. What subjects do the children study?

    3 Complete the sentences about Alex.

    4 Work with a partner and write about your school. Use the notes.

    We get to school at 1 .

    We have to wear our 2 .

    We have to do our 3 .

    We have to wear a red 4 , black and black

    .

    Today, for example, we have 5 and .

    We call our teachers 6 or .

    Jasmine Chemistry Maths French English 1

    Camilla French English Art Maths2

    Suresh Maths English History Science3

    Georgina History French Maths Science4

    Indira Art Science History Maths5

    sizeage of studentstimetablesubjectssportsyour opinion

    hospital

    restaurantpolice station supermarket chemist

    shopping centreschoollibrary

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    1 Work in groups and talk about clothes. 1

    4 Write about your shopping habits.

    4

    3 Complete the sentences with the words in the box.

    3

    Spittalfields market used to sell books and games. T F1

    Victoria buys clothes with her pocket money. T F2

    Teenagers spend about 40 pounds on clothes. T F3

    Maddy makes a lot of her own clothes. T F4

    Grazia spends the most on clothes. T F5

    Frank likes buying expensive clothes. T F6

    What clothes do you like wearing? ________________________________________________________

    Where do you usually buy your clothes? ________________________________________________________

    How much money do you usually spend? ________________________________________________________

    What's your favourite item of clothing? ________________________________________________________

    My favourite item at the moment is this _____________.1

    My favourite piece of clothing is this _____________.2

    Oh, usually one of my uncles old _____________. 3

    Ive got a really nice _____________.4

    Whats your _____________ piece of clothing?5

    What do you like wearing? I really like wearing jeans.

    2 Watch and listen. Then circle T (true) or F (false).

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    favourite jacket bag suits top

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    1 Work with a partner and ask about your family members birthdays.

    4 Choose three houses from the box and write a description.

    3 Complete the sentences with the words in the box.

    Come and see my 1 ____________________!

    My house is 2 ____________________ and Ive got a big garden.

    I live in a 3 ____________________.

    Weve got 4 ____________________.

    Lets go 5 ____________________.

    Oh! Thats the 6 ____________________.

    _____________________________________________________________________________________

    _____________________________________________________________________________________

    _____________________________________________________________________________________

    What is Charlottes present?1

    __________________________________________

    What is Charlottes brothers name?2

    __________________________________________

    What is Charlottes brother doing?3

    __________________________________________

    What can you see out of the window?4

    __________________________________________

    Who is at the door?5

    __________________________________________

    When is your mums birthday? Its on 7th September.

    2 Watch and listen. Answer the questions about Charlotte.

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    upstairs semi-detached doorbell bungalow birthday cards satellite TV

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    4 Work with a partner and fi nd information about Australia. Use the notes.

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    Victoria is going to Australia with her French class. T F1

    A travel agents is organising the trip. T F2

    They are going to Ayers Rock, then Sydney. T F3

    Victoria needs to get a vaccination. T F4

    The currency in Australia is the dollar. T F5

    Victoria asks for 270 pounds in cash. T F6

    Theyre all _________________ to Australia.1

    But well go to the travel agents _________________.2

    Its got the sea, beaches, shops _________________.3

    Youre staying at a hotel by The Rocks, which is right in the _________________ of the city.4

    All right. Have a lovely _________________.5

    Sure, how much do you _________________?6

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    Australia Spain England USA

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    1 Tick () the free time activities that you do.

    4 Discuss what you enjoy doing in your free time. Make a class chart to show the most popular hobbies.

    3 Complete the sentences with the words in the box.

    What do The Agents do in their free time?1

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    How do they get the money?2

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    Name four sports that Sara and Yossie like playing.3

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    What do Crystal and Melissa both like?4

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    Do Susie and Zoe like animals?5

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    What does Pete like doing in his free time?6

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    Its in a supermarket _________________.1

    Films are expensive to _________________.2

    We usually make the films during our _________________.3

    This is my Jamaican _________________.4

    The thing I like about coins is that its holding _________________ in your hand.5

    I started collecting about thirteen _________________.6

    going swimming

    listening to music

    going shopping

    playing football

    going to the cinema

    using the internet

    playing basketball

    reading

    cooking

    2 Watch and listen. Answer the questions.

    make history years ago free time hat car park

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    1 Talk about your plans for the weekend as a class. 1

    4 Write about you and your family. Use the notes to help you.4

    3 Answer the questions.3

    2 Watch and listen. Put these questions in the order in which they are mentioned.2

    What are you doing at the weekend? Im going to the cinema with my friends.

    How late can you stay out? 1

    How do you get on with your family? 2

    Havent you got work for tomorrow? 3

    Whats the right amount of pocket money? 4

    What jobs do you do around the house? 5

    Can I borrow ten pounds? 6

    Where are you going bowling? 7

    What does Victoria want to do?1

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    Why hasnt she got any money?2

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    What time does she have to be home?3

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    What jobs does Zoe do around the house?6

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    4 Write about your ideal pet.

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    walks food like get special company

    Have you got any pets? Yes, Ive got a snake!

    Victorias cat is called Billy. T F1

    The mans dog is a Dalmatian. T F2

    Nobody likes the old ladys dog. T F3

    The man bought his dog at a pet shop. T F4

    Dalmatians are boring pets. T F5

    The old ladys dog eats everything! T F6

    Billy is sick. T F7

    What is _________________ about your pet?1

    Where did you _________________ him or her from?2

    What do you _________________ about him or her?3

    I like him because he keeps me _________________.4

    She eats dried _________________.5

    We go for long _________________ in the country.6

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    Dumani and Sean 1 like / dont like doing the same things.

    Peter and Rosita have known each other for 2 twenty / thirty years.

    Sara is very loud and very 3 amusing / bossy.

    Zoe is very 4 nice / beautiful and very kind and funny.

    Sara likes going clubbing in 5 Manchester / London.

    Suzie and Zoe 6 always / sometimes like cooking together.

    Seans a brilliant 7 skater / runner.

    Melissa is 8 good / bad at keeping secrets.

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    Shes _________________ and compassionate.2

    We like _________________ and playing Monopoly.3

    We all go out _________________ and have a good time.4

    We go to the beach _________________ a lot.5

    We met at the _________________.6

    Yossi always _________________ too early.7

    A good friend is _________________.8

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    Unit 1

    Victoria: This is a public school. Well, actually its a private school. Most parents pay a lot of money for their children to come here.Jasmine: My name is Jasmine and I come from Hong Kong. My typical day starts off with swimming in the morning at six oclock. Then I have breakfast in the house and then I have double Chemistry in the science labs. After double Chemistry I have double French in the language centre and then I have double volleyball in the hall. Hopefully, when I leave Im going to go to university but Im not sure what Im going to do.Victoria: What subjects do you study?Camilla: I study French, English, Art and Philosophy.Suresh: I study Maths, English, Science, Media Studies, French, History and IT.Georgina: I study French, History, Media Studies, Maths and Science.Indira: I study Art, Science. I study Classical Civilization and Sixteenth Century History.Victoria: Now, this is a comprehensive school. Education is free and about sixteen hundred students come here. They start at the age of eleven and go on till sixteen or finish at eighteen if they are going on to university.Alex: My names Alex. We get to school at quarter to eight and have registration. We have to be at school on time and we have to be punctual to lessons and we have to wear our uniform and we have to do our homework. We have to wear a red jumper, black trousers and black shoes. We have five lessons, which are an hour long each. Today, for example, we have Chemistry and Art. We call our teachers Sir or Miss. I like my school because the classrooms are attractive and we have large playing fields and lots of other activities after school. Theres nothing I dont like about my school.

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    Victoria: Hi. This is Spitalfields Market in London. Its a Sunday market. Its open every Sunday. But what exactly can you buy here?This used to be a fruit and vegetable market in the old days. Clothes here are a bit more expensive than other markets.How do you get the money? I save up my pocket money and do odd jobs for my parents. Some kids have part-time jobs, like delivering newspapers.What do you think? No, I dont like it either.So, what is street fashion?Woman: I think street fashion is colourful, cheap, its individual.

    Victoria: So, how much are you spending today on clothes?Woman: Ill probably spend about fifty pounds.Victoria: Whats street fashion?Stall holder: Its what people wear on the streets.Victoria: So how much do teenagers usually spend on clothes?Stall holder: About twenty pounds, not a lot of money.Victoria: Whats street fashion?Maddy: Street fashion to me is individual clothing.Victoria: What kind of clothes do you like?Grazia: I like London street fashion clothes.Eddie: I like baggy clothes, darker colours, greens, browns, jackets, jeans.Maddy: I like quite colourful clothes. I make a lot of my own clothes though.Frank: I like practical clothes. I like warm clothes on a day like today.Victoria: So, how much do you spend on clothes?Grazia: I spend about two hundred pounds a month on clothes.Eddie: I spend between twenty and a hundred pounds a month.Maddy: Probably about a maximum of about twenty quid.Frank: I spend as little as possible on clothes.Victoria: Where do you buy your clothes?Grazia: At markets or in boutiques or shops in different places in London.Eddie: I buy all my clothes in the markets. I dont buy any from the shops.Frank: I buy my clothes anywhere other than London because its expensive here.Victoria: Whats your favourite piece of clothing?Grazia: My favourite item at the moment is this bag. It actually comes from Italy.Maddy: My favourite piece of clothingIve got a really nice sequined top.Eddie: My favourite piece of clothing is this jacket.Frank: My favourite piece of clothing is this because its got a hood to keep me warm.Victoria: What do you wear when you want to dress up?Grazia: When I want to dress up I wear something new in my wardrobe.Frank: Oh, usually one of my uncles old suits is what I put on when I want to dress up.Victoria: Im going to a party on Saturday. Thisll look great. How much is that?Stall holder: Twenty pounds.Victoria: Thank you.Stall holder: Thank you.

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    Charlotte: Hi, its my birthday today. Go on, wish me happy birthday.Kids: Happy birthday!Charlotte: Im having a party. Come and see my birthday cards.Charlotte: Ive got lots of birthday cards. Theres one from my mum and dad. One from my auntie and uncle. One from my grandma and grandpa. That ones from Russell. And this ones from my best friend. I hope I get lots of great presents!Charlotte: Mum!Mum: Close your eyes.Charlotte: They are!Mum: Happy birthday, Charlotte!Charlotte: Thanks, mum. Can I open it?Mum: Of course.Charlotte: Wow, its a printer! Thanks, mum.Mum: Happy birthday, Charlotte.Charlotte: Mum!Russell: Where do you live?Lauren: I live in a house with a garden.Daisy: We live in a big house with a garden.Lucy: My house is semi-detached and Ive got a big garden.Katherine: I live in a bungalow.David: I live in a flat.Nicolas: I live in a cottage.Charlotte: Let me show you our house. Give me the camera. This is the living room. Theres the sofa. This is the TV and video. Weve got satellite TV.Heres the conservatory. And heres the kitchen. Lets go upstairs. This is Russells room. Hes on the Playstation. Say hi, Russell. Theres mum and dads bedroom. Hi, mum. Whoops, sorry!Look out of the window. You can see the garden. Heres the bathroom. Oh, sorry dad.Charlotte: Oh, thats the doorbell. Come and meet my friends.Friends: Happy birthday!Cameraman: Take it away.Mum: Quiet, everyone! Now, blow out the candles, cut the cake, dont forget, make a wish!All: One, two, three!Russell: Surprise.Charlotte: Mum!

    Unit 4

    Victoria: Hi, mum. Hi, dad. My theatre group at school. Theyre all going to Australia.Mum: Australia!

    Dad: I think thats marvellous, darling.Victoria: Ive got some brochures here and my teacher told me to get some more information.Mum: What is the trip? Where are you going?Victoria: Were going to Sydney and were going on a special trip to Ayers Rock.Dad: But well go to the travel agents tomorrow.Mum: And well have to go to the bank and find out about currency.Victoria: Please let me go!Dad: I think we should find out a little more about it.Victoria: Yes!Its got the sea, beaches, shopseverything. This travel agents organising the trip.Victoria: Hi.Assistant: Hi. How can I help you?Victoria: Im going to Australia on a school trip.Assistant: Oh, yes.Victoria: Where will I stay?Assistant: Well, In Sydney youre staying at a hotel by The Rocks which is right in the centre of the city. Then youre flying up to Ayers Rock and staying in a hotel with a good view of the rock.Victoria: Cool!Mum: Is the accommodation full board or half board?Assistant: Its half board, thats breakfast and evening dinner, because shell have lunch while shes out on tour.Mum: Will she need a vaccination?Assistant: None needed for Australia.Victoria: And whats the local currency?Assistant: Its Australian dollars and you can get those and the travellers cheques at the bank.Victoria: Brilliant. OK, then. Well, thanks a lot.Assistant: All right. Have a lovely time.Victoria: I will. Bye.Assistant: Bye.Victoria: Theres so much to organise before you go on holiday. Better not forget my passport or the currency. After all, thats what were here for. Hi, can I order some Australian dollars, please?Assistant: Sure, how much do you want?Victoria: About two hundred and fifty pounds.Assistant: Two hundred and fifty pounds. Thats six hundred and twelve Australian dollars.Victoria: OK.Assistant: How would you like the money?Victoria: Could I have two hundred pounds and fifty pounds in cash?Assistant: Could you just sign here, please?Dad: I think Id better do that.Victoria: Thank you.

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    Shima: Unusual hobbies. Most people collect something at some time or another. These three are video enthusiasts but they dont collect videos, they make them. This videos a James Bond film. Its in a supermarket car park. Come in. Its open.Agent 1: I knew that.Agent 2: I knew that.Agent 3: They knew that.Shima: What are you called?Agents: The agents.Agent: Well, we usually make the films during our free time and when were not at school and doing our part-time jobs.Shima: How do they get the equipment?Agent 3: We borrow the cameras off our parents and we edit it at school.Shima: Films are expensive to make. How do they get the money?Agent 1: We save our pocket money. Sara: I like horse-riding, music, I love music. I also love athletics and most sports, really.Yossie: Yeah, I like water-skiing, skiing, snowboarding, lots of extreme sports.Crystal: I like reading, I like listening to music a lot and usually rollerblading.Melissa: I like music, I like swimming and going shopping.Susie: My interests are walking the dog and skiing.Zoe: I like snowboarding and playing with my cats.Pete: I really like photography and fly fishing.Bubba: I collect hats. And Ive got all kinds.Barry: I collect coins. I started collecting and Ive never stopped.Bubba: This is my Jamaican hat here. A Jamaican friend of mine gave it to me.Barry: The thing I like about coins is that its, its holding history in your hand. For example, this coin is from the time of Elizabeth the First.Sarah: I started collecting about thirteen years ago. I decided to collect just because I liked it.Barry: I think coin collectings important now because in a few years time in Europe were all going to be using Euros.

    Unit 6

    Dumani: Hi, come and join us. We talk about life at home, family and everything.Victoria: So Tom, what did you do at the weekend?Tom: Well, on Sunday night I went with all my friends down to the Marina.Dad: Hello, darling. Have you had a nice day?

    Victoria: Uh, uh. Dad, can I borrow ten pounds?Dad: Why? Youve had your pocket money for this week. Victoria: I know but Toms asked me to go bowling with him and his friends tonight.Dad: But its a school night. Havent you got work for tomorrow?Victoria: Yeah. Ive got an essay but Ive done it. Oh, please, dad. You know I wont be late.Dad: But whats happened to your pocket money?Victoria: I had to pay for the tickets for the school concert. And they were five pounds each.Dad: (Sighs). OK. Just this once.Victoria: Thanks, dad.Dad: But I want you home for ten thirty.Victoria: Hm, hm.Dad: And if youre up late for school tomorrowVictoria: OK.Dad: Youre grounded for the weekend, OK? Victoria: Yep.Dad: Where are you going bowling?Victoria: The Marina. Dad: Well, youll be finished late. So if you want to phone me from the Marina, Ill come and pick you up in the car.Victoria: Thanks, dad. See you later.Dad: Have a nice time.Victoria: How late can you stay out?Suresh: I can stay out until about eleven oclock.Georgina: I can stay out as long as I want but I have to tell my mum when Im coming back.Zoe: I can stay out until ten oclock.Harbanz: I can stay out as late as I want as long as I tell my mum where I am.Victoria: Whats the right amount of pocket money?Harbanz: Ten pounds a week.Diana: The right amount of pocket money is about fifteen pounds a week.Zoe: I get ten pounds pocket money per week.Suresh: I think the right amount of pocket money is about sixty pounds a month.Georgina: I think the right amount of pocket money is about five pounds a week.Victoria: What jobs do you do around the house?Zoe: I do the cooking and the gardening.Suresh: I wash the car and I help my mum with the dishes.Georgina: At the weekends I do the washing up and I hoover up the house.Harbanz: I clean my room and I help my mum with the dishes.Diana: I dont do any jobs around the house because Im lazy.Victoria: How do you get on with your family?Suresh: I get on well with my dad and mum but not

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    Unit 7

    Victoria: Hello. This is Billy. Thats the vets surgery.Mrs. Turner: Thank you.Vet: Youre welcome.Mrs. Turner: Come on.Vet: Bye, bye, Gel.Kate: Good bye, Mrs. Turner.Mrs. Turner: Goodbye, Kate.Kate: OK, Victoria and Billy. The vet will see you now.Victoria: Thanks. Hi.Vet: Hi, Victoria. Hi, Billy.Victoria: What breed is your pet?Patrick: My pet is a Dalmatian.Victoria: Whats special about your pet?Patrick: My pets special because shes full of fun and she has one brown spot.Mrs. Turner: My pet is special because he is loved by everybody.Victoria: Where did you get him or her from?Patrick: She was abandoned and I got her from a vet.Victoria: What do you like about him or her?Patrick: I like her because I had a Dalmatian when I was a child and theyre great fun.Mrs. Turner: I like him because he keeps me company.Victoria: What does he or she eat?Patrick: She eats dried food.Mrs. Turner: Tinned food and everything he can find.Victoria: How do you exercise your pet?Patrick: We go for long walks in the country.Mrs. Turner: I go into my local park.Vet: Come in, Victoria. Lets have a look at Bill. Hello, Billy. I havent seen you for a while. Come out. Here we go. He looks terrific. He feels fine. Lets have a look at his teeth. They look just fine.Victoria: Thanks a lot.Vet: Youre welcome. See you next time.Victoria: Bye bye.

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    Dumani: Hi. My names Dumani and Ive come down to Brighton to see my best friend, Sean. Sean: Hi, my name is Sean. I like Dumani because we have a lot in common. Victoria: Whos your best friend?Pete: My best friend is called Rosita. Weve known each other for twenty years. Victoria: Whats she like?Yossie: Sara is very loud and very bossy.Crystal: Shes very amusing. Shes good to be around and shes a laugh.Melissa: I think shes really great. I can tell her everything and shes a really good person.Susie: Shes very beautiful and very kind and funny.Zoe: Shes generous and compassionate and a loving person.Sara: Yossie is very loud. Shes always running around and making trouble.Pete: Shes literally brilliant.Victoria: What do you like doing together?Zoe: We like shopping and playing Monopoly.Sara: I like going to London, going clubbing there, just spending time with my friends, talking.Melissa: Yeah. I like going up to London and we all go out together and have a good time.Crystal: We go to the cinema a lot. We go and see films, we go down the beach quite a lot.Melissa: We do a lot of shopping together as well.Pete: We play together all the time and shes a good travelling companion and we do a lot of entertaining.Susie: We like gardening together and cooking sometimes.Victoria: Hi. This is Shima. Shes my new friend. We go to the same school. We met at the bus stop. And she knows everybody.Shima: No, I dont.Victoria: Oh, you know Dumani and Sean, dont you?Shima: Yeah, Dumani and Sean are really good friends of mine. Seans a brilliant skater.Victoria: What do you hate about each other? Sara: Yossie always wakes up too early in the mornings.Yossie: Sara laughs too much.Crystal: The bit I hate about Melissa is that sometimes she cant keep a secret. She has to tell somebody else.Pete: I really hate it when she sings out of tune.Victoria: What makes a good friend?Zoe: I think a good friend is someone whos good to themselves as well as being good to you.Pete: A good friend is loyal.

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    2Chemistry, French1 French, English, Art2 Maths, English, Science, History3 French, History, Maths, Science4 Art, Science, History5

    3quarter to eight1 uniform2 homework3 jumper, trousers, shoes4 Chemistry; Art5 Sir; Miss6

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    2False1 True2 False3 True4 True5 False6

    3bag1 jacket2 suits3 top4 favourite 5

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    2a printer1 Russell2 playing video games3 a garden4 Charlottes friends5

    3birthday cards1 semi-detached2 our house3 satellite TV4 upstairs5 doorbell6

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    2 They make films.1 They save their pocket money.2 (Children choose four of the following:) horse-3 riding, music, athletics, sports, water-skiing, skiing, snowboardingThey both like music.4 Yes, they do.5 He likes photography and fly fishing.6

    3car park1 make2 free time3 hat4 history5 years ago6

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    3She wants to go bowling.1 She paid for tickets for the school concert.2 At ten thirty.3 He can stay out as long as he wants.4 Five pounds a week.5 She does the cooking and the gardening.6 He gets on with his mum and dad.7

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    2 True1 True2 False3 False4 False5 True6 False7

    3special1 get2 like3 company4 food5 walks6

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    1amusing; busy; kind; funny; generous; loving

    2like1 twenty2 bossy3 beautiful4 London5 cooking6 skater7 bad8

    3around1 generous2 shopping3 together4 quite5 bus stop6 wakes up7 loyal8

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    2 Match the photos to the plants and write the biome.

    The ___________________ is colder than the ______________________. 1

    The ___________________ is drier than the ______________________. 2

    The ___________________ is hotter than the ______________________. 3

    The ___________________ is wetter than the ______________________. 4

    The ___________________ is more humid than the ______________________. 5

    The ___________________ is cooler than the ______________________ in summer. 6

    The ___________________ is warmer than the ______________________ in winter. 7

    In the ___________________ it is extremely cold and very dry all year. 1

    In the ___________________ it is very hot and very humid all year. 2

    In the ___________________ it is very hot and very dry all year. It is cold at night. 3

    In the ___________________ it is cold in the winter and hot in the summer. 4

    In the ___________________ it is very cold and wet in the winter. It is cool and wet in the summer. 5

    In the ___________________ it is cool and wet in the winter, and warm and humid in the summer. 6

    In the ___________________ it is cool and wet in the winter, and hot and dry in the summer. 7

    deciduous forest taiga grasslands tundra

    Mediterranean forest rainforest desert

    Use the same words to complete the sentences.

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    1 Complete the description; then write descriptions for the other two places.

    BrisbaneAnchorageCairo

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    very hot and humid all year extremely cold and very dry all yearvery hot and dry all year

    Brisbane is in _____________. The biome is the _____________. Its very _____________ and 1

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    In this house there isnt any air conditioning. There is a fireplace and there are heavy curtains. There are radiators in all the rooms, there arent any fans. There arent any blinds but there are lots of carpets. The people are wearing trousers, boots, anoraks, scarves and woolly hats.

    Now describe the other house and the people.

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    The boy is wearing ___________________________________________________________________.__

    The girl is wearing ____________________________________________________________________.__

    2 Read and tick () the correct house.

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    What programme is on before the news?1

    ______________________________________________

    What time is the film on?2

    ______________________________________________

    Whats the film called?3

    ______________________________________________

    Is there a documentary on television tonight?4

    ______________________________________________

    What time is the quiz show on?5

    ______________________________________________

    What kind of programme is on at a quarter past seven?6

    ______________________________________________

    What programme is on after the cartoons?7

    ______________________________________________

    What time is the comedy programme on? 8

    ______________________________________________

    You can find out information from a _________________.1

    A _________________ is a competition with questions and prizes. 2

    A _________________ is a funny show or film. 3

    A _________________ is a programme with lots of episodes. 4

    _________________ are stories made of drawings or computer images. 5

    The _________________ tells us what is happening in the world today. 6

    A _________________ is a long story. It usually lasts about an hour and a half. 7

    You can watch football on the _________________ programme.8

    1 Answer these questions about the TV schedule.

    2 Use the words to complete the defi nitions.

    documentary news quiz show comedy film series cartoons sports

    TV schedule

    16:30 Fun time with the Smiths

    17:30 Our Universe is getting bigger!

    18:45 News night

    19:15 World skiing championships

    20:00 David Duck and Matthew Mouse

    20:30 Back to school (Episode 6)

    21:15 Family quiz time

    21:45 Love forever! Starring Tom Crust

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    1 Read the sentences and number the pictures. 1

    2 Look at the pictures and write fi ve sentences for Irma Whiner.

    2

    Dionna Star is an astronaut. 1

    Tomorrow she is going to fly into space. 2

    She is going to do some experiments. 3

    She is going to fly round the moon. 4

    In one week, she is going to come back to the Earth.5

    ______________________________________________1

    ______________________________________________2

    ______________________________________________3

    ______________________________________________4

    ______________________________________________5

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    1 Read the sentences and circle T (true) or F (false).

    2 Complete the defi nitions with electrical appliances.

    Coal is a renewable source of energy. T F 1

    Solar energy is a renewable source of energy. T F2

    We can use renewable sources of energy forever. T F3

    Hydroelectric energy uses the heat in the earth. T F4

    Energy made from biomass uses rubbish. T F5

    Wave and tidal energy is from the sea. T F6

    Geothermal energy is a non-renewable source of energy. T F7

    It is better to use renewable than non-renewable sources of energy. T F8

    We use a _______________ to wash our clothes. 1

    We use a _______________ to toast bread. 2

    We use a _______________ to mix food. 3

    We use a _______________ to cook cakes and roast meat. 4

    We use a _______________ to heat food very quickly. 5

    We use a _______________ to wash the dishes. 6

    We use a _______________ to keep food cold. 7

    We use a _______________ to watch programmes. 8

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    1 Use should or shouldnt to complete the sentences. 1

    2 Complete the table with the children's names.

    2

    You _____________ leave the windows open when the radiator is on.1

    You _____________ use both sides of the paper.2

    You _____________ switch off the lights when you leave a room.3

    You _____________ waste paper.4

    You _____________ turn down the radiators on warm days.5

    You _____________ come to school by bicycle.6

    You _____________ leave the tap on when you brush your teeth.7

    You _____________ switch off the television when you go to bed.8

    You _____________ leave the fridge door open.9

    You _____________ waste food. 10

    1

    2

    3

    4

    I always switch my computer off at night. I never waste paper.

    I sometimes close the fridge door. I often fill the dishwasher.

    Names Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday

    _________

    _________

    _________

    _________

    Lauren

    Joe Eve Sam

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    1 Read the sentences and number the pictures in the water cycle.

    2 Use the words in the box to complete the sentences. Then match them to the objects.

    The water in the sea evaporates. 1

    The water condenses in the clouds 2

    It rains. 3

    The rain falls into the river. 4

    The river flows down into the sea. 5

    It snows. 6

    The snow melts. 7

    The water freezes into icebergs. 8

    A ____________ has got a fixed shape and a fixed volume.

    A ____________ hasnt got a fixed shape or a fixed volume.

    A ____________ has got a fixed volume. It hasnt got a fixed shape.

    solid liquid gas

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    milk

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    c

    c

    f

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    g h

    e

    e

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    d

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    1 Look at the recipe for mashed potato and complete the sentences. 1

    2 Read and circle T (true) or F (false).

    2Salt dissolves in water. T F1

    Sugar floats on water. T F2

    Oil doesn't sink in water. T F3

    Sand dissolves in water. T F4

    Chalk doesnt sink in water. T F5

    Wood doesnt float on water. T F 6

    Flour dissolves in water. T F7

    First I 1______________ the potatoes. Then I 2______________ the

    potatoes and next I 3______________ the potatoes into pieces.

    Then I 4______________ the potatoes. Then I 5______________ milk

    and butter and I 6______________ the potatoes.

    boil mash peel add cut wash

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    1 Look at the photos and complete the sentences.

    2 Look at the pictures, complete and write sentences.

    The Vatican City is from the ______________ century. They built it __________ 1

    years ago.

    The Eiffel Tower is from the ______________ century. They built it __________ years ago. 2

    St Basils Cathedral is from the ______________ century. They built it __________ years ago.3

    The Taj Mahal is from the ______________ century. They built it __________ years ago. 4

    The Leaning Tower of Pisa is from the ______________ century. They built it __________ 5

    years ago.

    The Great Mosque in Cordoba is from the ______________ century. They built it 6

    __________ years ago.

    1889 1372 15901654 987 1452

    There is a ______________ on ______________. It was a ______________ in 1756. 1

    __________________________________________________________________________________2

    __________________________________________________________________________________3

    __________________________________________________________________________________4

    __________________________________________________________________________________5

    Library (Palace 1756)

    Duck Lane

    Art Gallery (Church 1690)Church Street

    Shopping Centre (Market 1905)

    Clock Street

    Hotel (Convent 1888)

    Fish Street

    Museum (Hospital 1850)

    King Charles Avenue

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    1 Use the correct form of the verbs to complete the text about Emily. 1

    2 Write the questions for the answers about Jack and Sebastian.

    2

    Where _______________________________________? 1

    Jack worked in the kitchen.

    Where _______________________________________?2

    Sebastian ate in the dining room.

    Where _______________________________________?3

    Jack slept in the stables.

    Where _______________________________________?4

    Sebastian studied in the library.

    Where _______________________________________?5

    Jack washed in the yard.

    Where _______________________________________?6

    Sebastian slept in the bedroom.

    have (x2) live work (3) learn eat cut go start finish

    Emily 1__________ in a pin factory. She 2__________ near the factory.

    She 3__________ work at 5 oclock every morning. She 4__________ bread

    and tea for breakfast and soup for lunch. She didnt 5__________ meat or

    fish. She 6__________ pins all day long in the factory. She 7__________

    work at 8 oclock at night. She 8__________ six days a week but she didnt

    9__________ on Sunday. Emily 10__________ a very hard life. She didnt

    11__________ to school and she didnt 12__________ how to read or write.

    Jack Sebastian

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    1 Classify the forms of transport.

    2 Read the sentences and circle T (true) or F (false).

    It took longer to travel by train than by car in the 1990s. T F1

    You could travel by electric train in the 19th century. T F2

    The mail coach took more than a day in the 1820s. T F3

    The steam train was slower than the electric train. T F4

    The stagecoach was faster than the mail coach. T F5

    It took three times as long to travel by car in the 1950s than the 1990s. T F6

    You couldnt travel by car in the 19th century. T F7

    In the 1850s steam trains were nearly three times faster than in the 1840s. T F8

    Date Time Vehicle1760s 4 days stagecoach1820s 30 hours mail coach1840s 14 hours steam train1850s 5 hours steam train1950s 8 hours car1980s 6 hours coach 1990s 4 hours car1990s 2 hours electric train

    Time of journey: London to York

    plane helicopter car train cart bus underground motorbike ferry rowing boat yacht hot air balloon sledge stagecoach

    coach glider zeppelin lorry bicycle

    Underline the means of transport with wheels.

    Air Land Water

    York

    London

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    1 Look at the chart and complete the sentences. 1

    2 Use the numbers and letters to complete the sentences.

    2

    The biplane was safer than the _______________. 1

    The _______________ was slower than the hot air balloon. 2

    The _______________ was more dangerous than the jet plane. 3

    The Zeppelin was faster than the _______________. 4

    The _______________ is older than the supersonic plane. 5

    The glider is newer than the _______________. 6

    _____________________________________________________________________________________

    _____________________________________________________________________________________

    _____________________________________________________________________________________

    Date Speed Passengers Safety

    Hot air balloon 1783 25 km/hour 2 Glider 1887 250 m/5 minutes 0 !!!Biplane 1919 130 km/hour 12 Zeppelin 1936 135 km/hour 76 Jet plane 1958 725 km/hour 36 Supersonic plane 1969 2,180 km/hour 144

    checked 1 at the airport.

    put on 2 my luggage in.

    landed 3 gate 23.

    arrived 4 my safety belt.

    went to 5 at 1:30.

    took off 6 at 3:30.

    played A at the station.

    went to B a ticket.

    bought C platform 6.

    arrived D at 9:30.

    arrived E games on my mobile phone.

    left F at 11:00.

    Last week I travelled by plane. I...

    Last week I travelled by train. I...

    Choose one of the children and describe the journey.

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    1 Look at the photos and complete the defi nitions.

    2 Write the numbers.

    There are only 700 ___________________ in Central Africa.1

    There are only 200 ___________________ in the mountains in Southern Europe.2

    There are only 4,000 ___________________ in Asia.3

    There are only about 5,000 ___________________ in the worlds oceans.4

    There are only about 25,000 ___________________ in the Arctic Circle.5

    There are only 1,600 ___________________ in China.6

    There are only 3,725 ___________________ in Southern and Central Africa.7

    There are only 110 ___________________ in Spain.8

    mountain gorilla

    panda bearded vulture

    polar bear Iberian lynx

    blue whale tiger black rhino

    Now classify the animals.

    25,000 ___________________________________________________________

    3,725 ___________________________________________________________

    150,000 ___________________________________________________________

    4,650 ___________________________________________________________

    925 ___________________________________________________________

    110 ___________________________________________________________

    68,275 ___________________________________________________________

    375,250 ___________________________________________________________

    carnivore herbivore

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    1 Write the questions about the American mink. 1

    2 Read the sentences and underline the correct options.

    2

    _________________________________________________________?1

    The American mink came to Europe in 1926.

    _________________________________________________________? 2

    Yes, they were bigger than European minks.

    _________________________________________________________?3

    Yes, there were many mink farms in Europe.

    _________________________________________________________?4

    Yes, they killed local wildlife.

    _________________________________________________________?5

    Yes, they had a lot of babies.

    _________________________________________________________? 6

    Yes, they were more aggressive than the local minks.

    Dian Fossey studied mountain 1 gorillas / lions.

    She first saw the animals when she was 2 studying / on holiday.

    She lived and worked in 3 Africa / South America.

    She opened a 4 hospital / research centre.

    She recognised the animals by their 5 footprints / nose prints.

    She copied their6 sounds and movements / diet.

    She wrote a book called 7 Lions in the mountains / Gorillas in the mist.

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    1 Match the sentence halves to make defi nitions.

    2 Read the sentences and circle the correct options.

    A cheerful person always cares about other people. 1

    A pessimistic person never cares about other people.2

    A helpful person always makes people welcome.3

    A selfish person never does things for other people.4

    A friendly person always does things for other people. 5

    A kind person is always happy.6

    A mean person always thinks terrible things are going to happen. 7

    The 1 heart / brain pumps the blood around my body.

    The 2 veins / arteries carry blood away from my heart.

    The 3 veins / arteries carry blood to my heart.

    The arteries carry 4 oxygen / carbon dioxide.

    The veins carry 5 oxygen / carbon dioxide.

    The top part of my 6 brain is called the cerebrum / cerebellum.

    The cerebrum 7 changes / doesnt change over time.

    The back part of my brain gets 8 worse / better as I get older.

    The top part of my brain is the 9 thinking part / the part that controls movement.

    Breathing / Bending my arm is an autonomic process.

    Some / All of my muscles work by themselves.

    I can / cant control the muscles in my stomach.

    10

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    2 Use the past tense of the verbs to complete the text.

    3 Answer the questions.

    Homo habilis was the 1___________, and

    the 2___________ and he had the 3___________ arms.

    He had the 4___________ nose and the 5___________ chin.

    Homo antecessor was 6___________ than Homo habilis,

    he had 7___________ legs and 8___________ arms.

    Homo neanderthalensis had the 9___________ legs and

    the 10___________ head.

    How old were you when you could

    ride a bike? I was _____________ when I could ride a bike.

    write? __________________________________________________

    swim? __________________________________________________

    When I 1_________ four, I 2_________ in the same house, but I 3_________ to a

    different school. I 4_________ with plastic toys, not computer games. I 5_________

    to school. At school we 6_________ lots of painting and I 7_________ lots of friends.

    I 8_________ listening to stories and drawing.

    like play have be walk live go do

    shortest (x2) hairiest longest smallest biggest (x2) taller longer shorter

    Homo habilis

    Homo antecessor

    Homo neanderthalensis

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    1 tundra1 rainforest2 desert3 grasslands4 taiga5 deciduous forest6 Mediterranean forest7

    Model answerThe (tundra) is colder than the (rainforest).1 The (desert) is drier than the (deciduous forest).2 The (deciduous forest) is hotter than the (taiga).3 The (rainforest) is wetter then the (grasslands).4 The (deciduous forest) is more humid than the 5 (tundra).The (Mediterranean forest) is cooler then the 6 (desert) in summer.The (taiga) is cooler than the (deciduous forest) 7 in summer.The (Mediterranean forest) is warmer than the 8 (taiga) in winter.

    2 moss, tundra1 pine trees, taiga2 deciduous trees, deciduous forest3 banana plants, rainforest4 cactus, desert5

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    1Brisbane is in Australia. The biome is the 1 rainforest. Its very hot and humid all year.Anchorage is in Alaska, USA. The biome is the 2 tundra. Its extremely cold and very dry all year.Cairo is in Egypt. The biome is the desert. It is very 3 hot and dry all year.

    2Description: house 1

    Model answerIn this house there is air conditioning. There are light curtains and there are fans. There arent any radiators and there arent any carpets.The boy is wearing a T-shirt, shorts and sandals.The girl is wearing a T-shirt, a skirt and sandals.

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    1Our Universe is getting bigger!1 At a quarter to ten.2 Love forever!3 Yes - Our Universe is getting bigger!4 At a quarter past nine.5 A sports programme.6 Back to school.7 At half past four.8

    2documentary1 quiz show2 comedy3 series4 cartoons5 news6 film7 sports8

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    12, 1, 4, 3, 52Model answer

    Irma Whiner is a singer.1 Shes going to travel by plane.2 Shes going to be on television.3 Shes going to do a concert at the Albert Hall.4 Shes going to go to a party.5

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    1 False1 True2 True3 False4 True5 True6 False7 True8

    2 washing machine1 toaster2 blender3 oven 4 microwave5 dishwasher6 fridge7 television8

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    1shouldnt1 should2 should3 shouldnt4 should5 should6 shouldnt7 should8 shouldnt9 shouldnt10

    2Joe1 Sam2 Lauren3 Eve4

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    1g1 a2 b3 d4 f5 c6 e7 h8

    2A solid has got a fixed shape and a fixed volume. A gas hasnt got a fixed shape or a fixed volume.A liquid has got a fixed volume. It hasnt got a fixed shape.

    Solid: c, d.Liquid: b, e.Gas: a, f.

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    1wash1 peel2 cut3 boil4 add5 mash6

    2True1 False2 True3 False4 False5 False6 False7

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    1 Model answer (calculations for the year 2010)

    15th century; 558 years ago1 19th century; 121 years ago2 14th century; 420 years ago3 15th century; 356 years ago4 14th century; 638 years ago5 8th century; 1023 years ago6

    2 There is a library on Duck Lane. It was a palace 1 in 1756.There is a hotel on Fish Street. It was a convent 2 in 1888.There is an Art Gallery on Church Street. It was 3 a church in 1690.There was a Shopping Centre on Clock Street. 4 It was a market in 1905.There is a museum on King Charles Avenue. 5 It was a hospital in 1850.

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    1worked1 lived2 started3 had4 ate5 cut6 finished7 worked8 work9 had10 go11 learn12

    2Where did Jack work?1 Where did Sebastian eat?2 Where did Jack sleep?3 Where did Sebastian study?4 Where did Jack wash?5 Where did Sebastian sleep?6

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    1Air: plane, helicopter, hot air balloon, glider, zeppelinLand: car, train, cart, bus, underground, motorbike, sledge, stagecoach, coach, lorry, gliderWater: ferry, rowing boat, yacht2

    False1 False2 True3 True4 False5 False6 True7 True8

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    1glider1 glider2 glider3 biplane4 jet plane5 hot air balloon6

    2at the airport4 the luggage in1 gate 235 my safety belt2 at 1:306 at 3:303

    at the stationD a ticketC platform 6B at 9:30E games on my mobile phoneA at 11:00F

    Model answerLast week I travelled by plane. I arrived at the airport and checked my luggage in. I went to gate 23 an waited. On the plane I put on my safety belt. We took off at 1:30, and we landed at 3:30.

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    1 mountain gorillas1 bearded vultures2 tigers3 blue whales4 polar bears5 pandas6 black rhinos7 Iberian lynx8

    Carnivore: bearded vulture, polar bear, Iberian lynx, blue whale, tigerHerbivore: mountain gorilla, panda, black rhino2 Twenty-five thousandThree thousand, seven hundred and twenty-fiveOne hundred and fifty thousandFour thousand, six hundred and fiftyNine hundred and twenty-fiveOne hundred and tenSixty-eight thousand, two hundred and seventy-fiveThree hundred and seventy-five thousand, two hundred and fifty

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    1When did the American mink come to Europe?1 Were they bigger than European minks?2 Were there many mink farms in Europe?3 Did they kill local wildlife?4 Did they have a lot of babies?5 Were they more aggressive than the local minks?6

    2gorillas1 on holiday2 Africa3 research centre4 nose prints5 sounds and movements6 Gorillas in the mist7

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