EXTRA BOOKLET ACTIVITY BOOK 6 - English Language BOOK 1 Adventure camp 2 2 Wild animals 6 ... 6 Arts 22 7 Space 26 8 Environment 30 Festivals 34 Notes 37 EXTRA BOOKLET 6 ... PUPILS PUPILS INFANT ...

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6ACTIVITY BOOK 1 Adventure camp 2 2 Wild animals 6 3 Where I live 10 4 Good days 14 5 Trips 18 6 Arts 22 7 Space 26 8 Environment 30 Festivals 34 Notes 37EXTRA BOOKLET666666666666666666666666666666666666666666666666666666666666666666666666666666666666666666666666666666666666666666666666666666666666666666666666666666666666666666666666666666666666666666666666666666666666666666666666666666666666666666666666666666666666666666666666666666666666666666666666666666666666666666666666666666666666666666666A01_ODI_OTH_06ESP_8009_IDX.indd 1 01/07/15 07:38Adventure camp112Sports Camp1 The 1 day we have to pitch the tents. (O) 2 The ______ day we ___________ .organise the groups. (O)3 The ______ day every group ___________ prepare a bonfire. (O)4 The ______ day it __________ rain, so we ___________ keep out the rain inside the tents. (P / N)5 The ______ day we ___________ go shopping to the village. (N)6 The ______ day we ___________ to do the laundry. (N)7 The ______ day we ________ miss our family, so we ___________ phone mum and dad. (P / N)8 The ______ day we ___________ revise our luggage. (N)9 The ______ day we ___________ collect everything. (O)10 The ______ day we ______ be on time to get on the bus. (O)stOrdinal numbers (1st-10th), have to / has to, must, need to, may, RoutinesSports Camp1 The rst day: pitch the tents2 The ______ day: do the laundry3 The ______ day: revise our luggage4 The ______ day: organise the groups5 The ______ day: get on the bus6 The ______ day: prepare a bonfire7 The ______ day: phone mum and dad8 The ______ day: go shopping9 The ______ day: keep out the rain10 The ______ day: collect everythingListen to the teacher and write the ordinal numbers. Then number and say. Look at Activity 1. Read and complete.12 School subjects, The time, First, Next, Then, Finally, at the same time. What time ? How long ?have to / has to obligation (O)must / need to necessity (N)may possibility (P)M01_ODI_OTH_06ESP_8009_INT.indd 2 01/07/15 09:291Adventure camp34Ordinal numbers (1st-10th), have to / has to, must, need to, may, RoutinesRead, look and answer.Look at your school timetable and complete. School timetable1 What time does school start? ____________________________ .2 How long does each lesson last? __________________________ . 3 How long does the break last? ___________________________ . 4 What is the timetable on Mondays? First, ________ . Next, ________ and then ________ . After the break, ________ and finally, ________ .5 Which subjects are studied at the same time? ___________________ . 3School subjects, The time, First, Next, Then, Finally, at the same time. What time ? How long ?9.0010.00Maths English Religious studiesNon religious studiesLanguage Maths 10.0011.00 Music P.E. Maths Maths Language11.0011.30 BREAK11.3012.30 Science Music English Arts & Crafts Science 12.3013.30Language Maths Science English P.E. a.m. p.m. hour half an hour at the same Maths P.E. Music Arts & Crafts Language English ScienceMonday Tuesday Thursday FridayWednesdayMy school starts at ________ and finishes at ________ . Every lesson lasts ________ . The break lasts ________ . On Tuesdays the timetable is: First, ________ . Next, ________ . Then ________ . Finally, ________ . Religious studies and Non-religious studies are ________ time. M01_ODI_OTH_06ESP_8009_INT.indd 3 01/07/15 09:291 Adventure campsendChats+Im Fuko.Im 12 years old.Im from Japan.I study at Sakaimo Primary School.I study Maths, Language, P.E., Kanji ...1 Whats your name ?2 How ______ are you?3 Where are ______ ?4 Where do you ______ ?6 What ______ good at?7 Who ______ favourite teacher?5 What subjects ______ study?Im good at shodo, an artisitic writing of Japanese language.I love Nakama Sensei. She is very nice.4 Bar graphs, Education, at the same time, more than, total number, Figures, there arePersonal information, Profiles, Age, good at, love___________ s ProfileHis/Her name is _________ and he/she is __________ old. He/She is from __________ . He/She studies at _________ School. He/She studies _________ , _________ , _________ , ________ , _________ and __________ . He/She is good at __________ , _________ and ___________ . His/Her favourite teacher is __________ .Ask and answer. Then complete.5Read and complete. Then write a personal profile.61 Whats your name?2 How old are you?3 Where are you from?4 Where do you study?5 What subjects do you study?6 What are you good at?7 Who is your favourite teacher?Whats your name? What are you good at?My name is ______ .Fuko is _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ .M01_ODI_OTH_06ESP_8009_INT.indd 4 01/07/15 09:291Adventure campSan Sebastin School _______________ School5Bar graphs, Education, at the same time, more than, total number, Figures, there arePersonal information, Profiles, Age, good at, love400350300250200150100500400350300250200150100500PUPILS PUPILSINFANTPRIMARYSECONDARYLook and read. Then find out and complete for your school.7Read Susans report. Then write about your school. Use the information in Activity 7.8At my school ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ .At San Sebastin School there are three different types of education at the same time: Infant Education, Primary Education and Secondary Education. There are more students at Secondary stage than at Primary or Infant. The total number of pupils studying at my school is 750 pupils. M01_ODI_OTH_06ESP_8009_INT.indd 5 01/07/15 09:29Wild animals21321 Someone as tall or short as you are. _______ is as _______ as I am. We are ________ centimetres tall. 2 Someone as heavy as you are. ________ is ________ I am. We are ________ kilograms heavy. 3 A school bag as heavy as yours. _______ s school bag is ________ mine. They are ________ kilograms heavy. 4 A pencil as long as yours. ________ s pencil is ________ mine. They are ________ centimetres long. Information and communication technologies: web sites; as (long) as, AnimalsRead, think and complete. Use the internet to check your information.Use a bathroom scale and a measuring tape to find out. Then write. Look, think, compare and write.1 The otter is as tall as the lemur . They are both tall.2 The whale is as heavy as the __________ . They are both _________ .3 The lemur is as short as the __________ . They are both __________ .4 The tiger is as fast as the __________ . They are both __________ .5 The turtle is as slow as the __________ . They are both __________ .1 How long is a cat? A cat can be as long as a dog .2 How tall is a hamster? ________________________________ .3 How heavy is a spider? ________________________________ .4 How fast is a falcon? __________________________________ .6 (long) enough (to) bathroom scale measuring tape1324 5The rhino is as long as the giraffe. They are both 3 metres long!M02_ODI_OTH_06ESP_8009_INT.indd 6 01/07/15 08:252Wild animals4Information and communication technologies: web sites; as (long) as, Animals1 The boy is not tall enough to g the gl .2 The children are not ___________ to _____________________ .3 The girl is _____________ to _________________________ .4 The family is not ____________________________________ .5 The food is not _____________________________________ .1 Im tall enough _____________________________________ . 2 Im not tall _______________________________________ . 3 Im old _________________________________________ . 4 Im not old _______________________________________ .7(long) enough (to) tall old good big talleat get the glass sit at that table go on the ride watch the film1 324 5Look, read and write.5Read and match.61 He is not tall enough 2 I am 15. Im old enough 3 I am 8. Im not old enough to4 I am tall enough to5 I am 21. Im old enougha drink coffee.b to watch films for over 18 years.c to go to the cinema with my friends.d ride the roller coaster.e to write at the top of the blackboard.Now write for you.14 5M02_ODI_OTH_06ESP_8009_INT.indd 7 01/07/15 08:252 Wild animalsThe falcon is an animal faster than hers. I agree with you!________________________________________________ .________________________________________________ .________________________________________________ .12431 The cheetah is longer than the lion.Yes, I agree. / No, I disagree.2 The cheetah is shorter than the lion.Yes, I agree. / No, I disagree.3 The cheetah is as heavy as the lion.Yes, I agree. / No, I disagree.4 The lion is longer than the cheetah.Yes, I agree. / No, I disagree.8 /b/ and /v/, DictionariesI agree / I disagree (with you). Comparative, Imperative (Instructions), Animals I agree with you! I disagree with you!thanthe areveryMessiisaThe falconisisinan animalMathsbetterhappierfastereasythanwildotherssubjectCristianoRonaldoAnimalslioncheetahLook and compare. Then read and choose.Find and write. Then look and agree or disagree.78Do you agree or disagree? Talk to a friend.9Dont eat food at the cinema. I agree.AT THE CINEMADont eat food.Turn mobile phones off.Dont keep the rubbish until the end of the film.Talk during the film.M02_ODI_OTH_06ESP_8009_INT.indd 8 01/07/15 08:252Wild animals1214 Find, write and match the pairs. Use a dictionary to check the meaning. Listen to the teacher and write b or v. Use a dictionary to check the spelling and meaning. Then say.1 avt vat 2 tev ______ 3 toab ______ 4 stev ______ 1 _ ictory ______2 _ alley ______3 _ ottle ______4 _ attle ______5 _ in ______6 li _ e ______7 _ ody ______8 mo _ e ______9 _ owl ______a vteo ______ b steb ______ c atb bat d ebt ______ 9/b/ and /v/, DictionariesI agree / I disagree (with you). Comparative, Imperative (Instructions), Animalsb - ballonv - victory/b/ /v/ballon victory/b/ /v/b - ballonWrite five words starting b and five starting v. Use a dictionary to check the spelling.10Listen to your partner and write. Check and compare your lists.111 _There is a funny bat in a vat!_ 2 __________________________________ . 3 __________________________________ . 4 __________________________________ . Now write a sentence using each pair. Then say.13M02_ODI_OTH_06ESP_8009_INT.indd 9 01/07/15 08:25Where I live3132Road signs, will, First, Next, Then, Finally, Imperative (Instructions), TownLook at these signs. Then read and number.Draw the map of your school and give instructions. Look at the map. Then read and complete.1 Turn right2 Turn left3 Straight on4 CrossA Im in the castle and Im hungry. I will go to the _______ to buy some food.1 First, I will _______ the street at the pedestrian crossing. 2 Next, I will walk to the corner. There I will go _______ .3 Then, I will _______ the street at the pedestrian crossing and turn _______ .4 Finally, I will walk _______ . The _______ is at the end of the street!B Im in the supermarket and Im tired. I will go to the _______ to have a rest.1 First, I will go _______ to the castle. 2 Next, I will _______ the main street at the pedestrian crossing.3 Then, I will turn _______ and walk down the street to the pedestrian crossing.4 Finally, I will _______ at the pedestrian crossing. There it is the _______ !Go from ___________ to ___________ .10 Houses, Information and communication technologies: e-mails, webpalslibrary museumpoolsupermarketparkcinemaschoolshopping centrecastleABM03_ODI_OTH_06ESP_8009_INT.indd 10 01/07/15 09:273Where I live4Road signs, will, First, Next, Then, Finally, Imperative (Instructions), TownRead and draw. Check on the internet and find out more information. Houses in the UK1 Detached houses come in all shapes and sizes but they always stand alone. One single family live there.2 Semi-detached houses are attached to another building on only one side of the house. They come usually in pairs. They are usually occupied by two different families.3 Terrace houses are a row of identical houses attached on both sides. Several families can live there.4 Flats are apartments on a floor of a building. A lot of people can live in only one block of flats.Mail XInbox (3)FoldersJunkDraftsSentDeletedQuick viewsHi Jamie,Im writing to you ______________ I want to have an e-pal in the ______________ . I live in ______________ , in Spain. My house is a ______________ . Where do you live? Do you live in a ______________ or in a ______________ ?I love where I live!E-mail me soon, please.______________jamie@islands.comGreetings11Houses, Information and communication technologies: e-mails, webpalsFind out information about housing in the USA. Then write the e-mail.51234M03_ODI_OTH_06ESP_8009_INT.indd 11 01/07/15 09:273 Where I live1 lunch 2 dinner 3 breakfast 4 snack12 start / finish + -ing, The time (a.m./p.m.), Timetables, Daily routines, Meals Countries, Shopping around the world1 I start having breakfast at _____ and finish having breakfast at ________ .2 I start __________________ and finish _________________ . 3 I _____________________ and finish _________________ . 4 I _____________________________________________ . Look. Then read and number to order the meals.6What time do you have your meals? Write.7What are they different?She starts having breakfast at 7.30 a.m. and I dont . She finishes __________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ . What are they alike?__________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ . 7.00 a.m. 7.30 a.m. 8.00 a.m. 8.30 a.m. 9.00 a.m. 9.30 a.m.10.00 a.m.10.30 a.m.11.00 a.m.11.30 a.m.12.00 a.m.12.30 a.m. 1.00 p.m. 1.30 p.m. 2.00 p.m. 2.30 p.m. 3.00 p.m. 3.30 p.m. 4.00 p.m. 4.30 p.m. 5.00 p.m. 5.30 p.m. 6.00 p.m. 6.30 p.m. 7.00 p.m. 7.30 p.m.have breakfastfinish schoolhave a snackhave dinnerdo my homeworkgo to schoolhave school snackRead and compare Susans daily routine with yours. Write.8M03_ODI_OTH_06ESP_8009_INT.indd 12 01/07/15 09:273Where I live13start / finish + -ing, The time (a.m./p.m.), Timetables, Daily routines, Meals Countries, Shopping around the world1 Is there any special shop where you live?2 Is it outdoors (open air) or indoors trading?3 What type of goods or items do they sell?4 Are there special offers or prices?1 Australia 2 USA 3 UK4 Canadaa Underground City in Montrealb Queen Victoria Market in Melbourne c Black Friday in New Yorkd Charity shops in London 1 Queen Vi oria Mark in Melbourne This is the largest open air market in the Southern Hemisphere. People can buy there fresh food as well as an assortment of indie-produced clothing, handicraft and jewellery.2 _____________________This is an enormous underground structure. Its the largest underground complex in the world. There visitors can find restaurants, boutiques, movie theatres, halls, museums, hotels beneath the city streets!3 ________________________It is the Friday following Thanksgiving Day and it is the beginning of Christmas shopping season. Shops open very early and offer promotional sales. It is the busiest shopping day of the year.4 _____________________ These shops are a type of social enterprise. The goods they sell are mainly second hand clothes and items donated by people. Volunteers work in these shops. They offer reduced prices because they got the items for free!SpecialShopping AroundtheWorld!In big cities there are many different types of shops and trading Look, read and match. Then read the text and label.9Ask and answer.10M03_ODI_OTH_06ESP_8009_INT.indd 13 01/07/15 09:27Good days4Ordinal numbers (1st-10th), Food, need to, want to, may (permission)Food RankingFirst ____________________Second __________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 1 You come to the table with dirty hands.May I go to wash my hands, please?2 You finish eating your food and want more._______________________________ ?3 You need more water._______________________________ ?4 You need to go to the toilet.________________________________ ?5 You want to open the window.________________________________ ? 6 You want to borrow your friends knife.________________________________ ?Look, read and match. Then say.1Look at Activity 1. What is your favourite food? List in order.2Ask for permission at the table.31st6th 7th 8th 9th 10th2nd 3rd 4th 5thsushi lasagnachocolate hamburgerwatermelon ice creamspaghetti fruit skewer Fishnchipspizza14 Eating out, Informal conversation (restaurant), FoodM04_ODI_OTH_06ESP_8009_INT.indd 14 01/07/15 08:314Good daysOrdinal numbers (1st-10th), Food, need to, want to, may (permission)Look, read and circle.4This is a restaurant / caf. People eat a variety of foods / one particular type of food in this place. The table is set in an elegant / informal style.This is a caf / fast food restaurant.People eat one particular type of food / pastries and drinks in this place. The table is set in an elegant / informal style.Where are they? Read and answer. Then act out.6BACustomer Hello. Two menus number 5, one without onion, please.Cashier Take your napkins from the holder, please.Customer Yes, please with two orange drinks and French fries.Customer All right. Can I have a straw, please?Customer No, thanks. Cashier 18 pounds, please.Cashier Here you are.Cashier Hi. OK, two number 5. Large size?Cashier Any extra ketchup? Customer Thank you. How much is it?1 plates 2 wine glass3 plastic glass4 price list5 cutlery6 trays7 straws8 menu 9 paper napkins Look, read and match. Then think and say Picture A or Picture B.5Plates.Picture A, restaurant.115Eating out, Informal conversation (restaurant), FoodM04_ODI_OTH_06ESP_8009_INT.indd 15 01/07/15 08:314 Good daysLook, read and number. Then act out. 7Draw a set of instructions. Then write.8How to wash your teeth after mealsa Put some soap on your hands.b Turn on the tap.c Dry your hands.d Rub your hands together.e Wet your hands.f Rinse your hands.wet toothpaste toothbrush brush two minutes rinse mouth teeth face clean wipe put____________________ ____________________ ____________________ ____________________ ____________________ ____________________ 1 2 3____________________ ____________________ ____________________ ____________________ ____________________ ____________________ 4 5 6How to wash your hands123 456116 Healthy routines, Imperative (Instructions) /w/ and /wh/, Homophones, DictionariesM04_ODI_OTH_06ESP_8009_INT.indd 16 01/07/15 08:314Good daysListen to the teacher and complete. Use a dictionary to check the spelling.9Read. Use a dictionary to write the meaning. Then say.11Write three new words starting w and three starting wh. Use a dictionary and copy the definitions. Then write a sentence with each word.10w whwindow whalew 1 wild: Animal living in nature without human control. Tigers are wild animals.2 ________________________________________________________________________________________________3 ________________________________________________________________________________________________wh1 ________________________________________________________________________________________________2 ________________________________________________________________________________________________ 3 ________________________________________________________________________________________________Homophones w / whThey are words that sound similar but their spelling and meaning are different.wine liquid whine sound1 wear _____________________________ where _____________________________2 weather _____________________________ whether _____________________________3 witch _____________________________ which ______________________________w - window w - whale17Healthy routines, Imperative (Instructions) /w/ and /wh/, Homophones, DictionariesM04_ODI_OTH_06ESP_8009_INT.indd 17 01/07/15 08:31Trips5Short answers: present, past, futureRead and complete. Then say present, past or future.1Read and complete. Then write PR (present), P (past) or F (future).2Write questions. Ask and answer. Write short answers.3 1 Did you go ? Yes, I did.No, I didnt.2 Do you go ?Yes, I ____________.No, ______________.3 Does he go ?Yes, he ___________.No, ______________.4 Is he ?Yes, he ___________.No, ______________.5 Are you ?Yes, we __________.No, ______________.6 Will you go ?Yes, I ____________.No, ______________. 1 Do you usually go to the cinema on Sundays? Yes, I do. PR2 Will they buy a new car this year? No, they ______________________. _______________3 Did you visit your granny last week? Yes, I ______________________. _______________ 4 Does your sister wear glasses? No, she _________________________. _______________ 5 Will you go to the beach next summer? Yes, I ___________________. _______________6 Is he your brother? No, he ____________________________________. _______________ 1 (PR) go / judo lessons___________________________________________________________________________?Yes, __________________________________. / No, _______________________________.2 (P) play / guitar___________________________________________________________________________?Yes, __________________________________. / No, _______________________________.3 (F) study / for the test___________________________________________________________________________?Yes, __________________________________. / No, _______________________________. Number 1: Past.18 Geography, Languages around the world, Greetings, InternetM05_ODI_OTH_06ESP_8009_INT.indd 18 01/07/15 12:405TripsShort answers: present, past, futureRead and match. Then find the countries on the map.4Complete. Add two more countries. Then find them on the map.56 Write hello in these languages. Use the internet and listen to the pronunciation. LanguagesSpanish English French German CountriesFranceCanadaArgentinaAustraliaGermanyAustriaSpainNew Zealand Countries LanguagesPortugalChinaJapanBrazilRussia 1 English Hello! 2 Japanese __________ 3 Finish ___________4 Chinese _____________ 5 Greek ____________ 6 Arabic ____________7 Russian ____________ 8 Italian ____________9 Korean ____________ 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 919Geography, Languages around the world, Greetings, InternetM05_ODI_OTH_06ESP_8009_INT.indd 19 01/07/15 12:405 TripsRead, look and number the means of communication.7Look at Activity 7. Read, think and choose. More than one can be possible.8Read and tick ().91 TV2 mobile phone3 Skype4 newspaper5 letter6 radio7 e-mail 1 To know the weather forecast: TV, _________________________________________2 To write to a friend: _____________________________________________________3 To say something to someone immediately: _________________________________4 To listen to music: _______________________________________________________5 To watch a film: _________________________________________________________6 To look for a hotel: ______________________________________________________7 To read the news: _______________________________________________________ Means of communication Formal language Informal languageTV newsmobile phone to call to a friendinternet website about science factsnewspaper article about economyletter to get a jobradio programme for young peoplee-mail to a friend1Look at Activity 7. Read, think and choose. More than one can be possible.20 Means of communication; Formal / Informal language Formal / Informal language, Means of communication: Letters; Dates, AddressM05_ODI_OTH_06ESP_8009_INT.indd 20 01/07/15 12:405TripsDear Sir/Madam, I would like to reserve accommodation in your hotel for two nights for three guests.Arrival date will be on Saturday 26th December and departure date will be on Monday 28th December.I look forward to receiving a letter confirming my reservation.Kind regards,________________________________________________(Your name in full) Differences Saras letter Your letter Address Date 14th July Salutation Hi Gemma, Close Kind regards, Name in full Type of letterRead the letter and complete. Is it formal or informal English?10Read the letter in the Pupils Book, page 39, Activity 11. Then compare with yours in Activity 10. What are they different?11Sunmarina Hotel13023 W Sunset BoulevardLos Angeles, CA 90049USA (Your address) ____________________________________________________________________________________12th October 201621Means of communication; Formal / Informal language Formal / Informal language, Means of communication: Letters; Dates, AddressM05_ODI_OTH_06ESP_8009_INT.indd 21 01/07/15 12:40Arts6 1 olwf wolf 2 rmroir ____________________3 elttil edb ____________________4 hccoa ____________________5 imiynJ tceCrki __________________6 tekasb fo doof __________________7 slgsa ipslere __________________8 leppa __________________ Fairy tales, Physical description, Personality. He/She is He/She has got Look and number. Do you know the fairy tales?1Find and write. Look and number. Then say.2Choose one character. Play a guessing game. Use a dictionary.31 Little Red Riding Hood 2 Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs3 Pinocchio4 CinderellaAppearancetall short fat thin beautiful pretty handsome large tiny blond/dark hair blue/brown eyes long/short hairPersonalityambitious bad-tempered brave cautious nave cowardly cruel crazy conceited selfish lazy stubbornThere is a wolf in Little Red Riding Hood.122 Fairy tales, Information and communication technologies: web sitesShes short. She has got blond hair. She is brave.Shes Little Red Riding Hood.M06_ODI_OTH_06ESP_8009_INT.indd 22 01/07/15 12:426Arts 1 What is the title?________________________________2 Where does the story happen?________________________________3 How many characters are there in the story?________________________________4 Who is the main character?________________________________5 What is the story about?________________________________6 Did you hear this story before? When?________________________________ Fairy tales, Physical description, Personality. He/She is He/She has got Read and order. Which fairy tale is it? Act out.4Choose a fairy tale and read it. Use the library or the internet. Then answer.5 ____________________________________________ Narrator: The Queen was angry and ordered her huntsman to kill Snow White in the wood. Narrator: The Queen got her wish and she gave birth to a baby girl they named Snow White. But the Queen died. Soon after, the King married a new woman who was beautiful, but proud and cruel. She had a magic mirror. She daily asked the mirror like this. Queen: I wish a daughter with skin as white as snow, lips as red as blood, and hair as black as ebony. Step-mother: Mirror, mirror on the wall, whos the most beautiful of them all? Narrator: Once upon a time, a King and a Queen ruled over a distant land. Mirror: You, my Queen, are the most beautiful; it is true. But Snow White is even more beautiful than you.The Three Little Pigs23Fairy tales, Information and communication technologies: web sites1M06_ODI_OTH_06ESP_8009_INT.indd 23 01/07/15 12:426 ArtsLook, read and match. Then say.6Who uses what? Ask and answer.7Use the internet to find out. Then write and stick a picture.8Who uses the hammer?The sculptor uses the hammer.sculptor actor photographer singer1Name Jim BrandenburgJob Nationality Career Other information stick a pictureName Fernando BoteroJob Nationality Career Other information stick a picture2hammer safety goggles instruments film clapperboard microphonetripodefilm script speakers photography lens film camera camera chisel1 2 3 4 5 67 8 9 10 11 1224 Jobs, Tools, Personal identification, Internet, Who (uses) ? Nationalities Words starting / ending with three consonants, Dictionaries, SpellingM06_ODI_OTH_06ESP_8009_INT.indd 24 01/07/15 12:426ArtsUse a dictionary to complete. Then read and say.10Say and spell.11Read and complete. Not all the words can be sorted out. Use a dictionary to check the meanings.9strawWords starting with three consonantsstrawsWords ending with three consonantswatchWords starting with three consonantsstreet thrspr phrspl scrWords ending with three consonantscatch ndsght nthmpt thmstr- straws -tch watchstraws watch splitstreetsplendidshinesketchstraightsquaresquirrelsoundsstampshapemaskpitchthronepinktheatrepatchattemptdrink25Jobs, Tools, Personal identification, Internet, Who (uses) ? Nationalities Words starting / ending with three consonants, Dictionaries, SpellingS-T-R-A-WM06_ODI_OTH_06ESP_8009_INT.indd 25 01/07/15 12:42www.nasa.gov/audience/forstudents/dayinthelife/Space7Daily routines, The time, First, Next, Then, Finally, as (much) as Space, How much/many ? Read and write the times. Then say.1Visit this link. Say more activities that astronauts do every day.2Read, compare and write.3Astronauts have to live inside spaceshipsfor a long time. During the weeks or months they are in the outer space they have to keep control of the time. They have routines and follow a timetable for every day. One Day In A Spaceship!At 8.00 a.m. - eigth o'clock_______ They wake up and go to the bathroom.At _______ a.m. - quarter past eight They have breakfast.At 8.30 a.m. - ______________ They brush their teeth.At 8.45 a.m. - ______________ They get ready to start doing exercise.At _______ a.m. - nine oclock They start morning physical activities.Many things are different in outer space. However 1 How much water do astronauts need to drink?As much as we do.2 How many hours do astronauts need to sleep?As _______________ as we do.3 How much exercise do astronauts need?______________________4 How long does one hour last in a spaceship?______________ it lasts on Earth.First, they wake up and Next, they Then they Finally, they They update computer equipment.26 Personal profiles, Dictionaries, Information and communication technologies:Internet, using computersM07_ODI_OTH_06ESP_8009_INT.indd 26 01/07/15 12:457SpaceDaily routines, The time, First, Next, Then, Finally, as (much) as Space, How much/many ? Think of a famous astronaut. Look for information on the internet and complete.4Personal Career (university, jobs, etc.)Space Experience First time in the outer space: Number of missions accomplished: Name of the spaceships: Other information:Name Personal InformationNationality: Age:Other (hobbies): 1 Word Document _______________________________ 2 Cap (capital letters) _______________________________ 3 colour _______________________________ 4 font _______________________________ 5 bold _______________________________ 6 underline _______________________________Use a dictionary to check and write the meaning of these words. 5 7 italics _______________________________ 8 size _______________________________ 9 cursor _______________________________10 enter _______________________________11 tabulator (Tab Key) _______________________________12 save _______________________________27Personal profiles, Dictionaries, Information and communication technologies:Internet, using computersM07_ODI_OTH_06ESP_8009_INT.indd 27 01/07/15 12:457 SpaceHow to write a word document on a computer 1 Click on this icon to open a ______________________. 2 Write the title in capital letters using the key _________ on the left of the keyboard. 3 Select the title to change the __________ of the letters from 12 to 16 or 18. 4 Choose the __________ you prefer (Times New Roman, Arial, Comic Sans, etc.). 5 Change the ___________ if you want your title to be more attractive and write it in ____________ . You can also ____________ the title. 6 Use _____________ on the keyboard to change the line and check that the font and size are correct. 7 For writing the paragraphs use size 12, no bold, black colour font. 8 If you need to write a word in _____________ use . 9 Use the _____________ to move around the document and click where you want to go.10 Use the ________ at the beginning of every paragraph you write.11 Dont forget to _____________ your document using this icon .Click on Save As, then give a name to the document and choose a fileon the computer to save!28 Information and communication technologies: using computers (Word docs) s before consonants, DictionariesRead and complete the instructions. Then look at Activity 4 and write a short biography in a word document.6M07_ODI_OTH_06ESP_8009_INT.indd 28 01/07/15 12:457SpaceAll these words start with s, and they are pronounced /s/ and not /es/.1 sp ace 2 sp__________________ 4 sp__________________3 sp__________________ 5 sp__________________1 sc ulpture / The Thinker is a famous sculpture by Rodin. 2 sh_____________ / _____________________________________________________ .3 sk_____________ / _____________________________________________________ .4 sl______________ / _____________________________________________________ .5 sm_____________ / _____________________________________________________ .6 sn_____________ / _____________________________________________________ .7 sp_____________ / _____________________________________________________ .8 st_____________ / _____________________________________________________ .7Look and write. Use a dictionary to check the spelling. Then make sentences.8Read the words in Activity 8 aloud. Which word has a different sound for the s?911 2 3 45 6 7 82 3 4 529Information and communication technologies: using computers (Word docs) s before consonants, DictionariesLook and write. Use a dictionary to check the spelling. Then read and say.M07_ODI_OTH_06ESP_8009_INT.indd 29 01/07/15 12:45Environment8need (to), neednt, must, mustnt, have to, may (not), Recycling, EnvironmentRead and choose.1Read and match.2Read, think and match. Then listen to the teacher and check.31 You need / neednt / mustnt switch onthe lights. We can see very well.2 You need / neednt / mustnt throw the rubbish on the street. There is a container here.3 We need / must / neednt reuse the bags. They pollute a lot.4 We need / neednt / mustnt throw the paper. You can recycle it.5 You need / must / neednt to have different containers to recycle properly.Actions1 We dont recycle properly.2 People recycle more and more.3 The planet increases the temperature a lot.4 We dont look after the planet.1 To recycle properly2 To reduce the number of bags we use3 To save energy at school4 To reuse plastic bags5 To be greena we have to turn off the lights when we are not in class.b we need to keep them at home after shopping.c we must use different bins for different type of rubbish.d we must reduce, reuse and recycle as much as possible.e we have to pay for bags at supermarkets.Consequencesa It may be difficult to live on Earth for animals and plants.b It may not be possible to transform the rubbish into new material again. c Our planet may be green and save.d It may be full of rubbish very soon.30 Future: will, going toM08_ODI_OTH_06ESP_8009_INT.indd 30 01/07/15 12:468Environmentneed (to), neednt, must, mustnt, have to, may (not), Recycling, EnvironmentRead and complete. Write one example more.4Read and tick () or cross (). Then ask and answer.5will + infinitive(sudden decisions)going to + infinitive(future intentions)1 It is late. I ___________ ask for a pizza. 1 Tonight Im _____________ cook pizza.2 Wait for me! I ____________ go to the cinema with you.2 Im _______________ go to the cinema next Sunday.3 I have 15 minutes more. I ___________ revise for the test again.3 Im ______________ revise for the test this afternoon.4 ________________________________ . 4 ________________________________ .1 Do you want water or coke? I will have some water. I am going to have some water.2 What do you want to be when you are older? I will be a doctor. I am going to be a doctor.3 Which one do you prefer? I will take this one. I am going to take this one.4 These clouds are black! I will take my umbrella. I am going to take my umbrella.5 Where are you going to travel next holidays? I will go to New York. I am going to go to New York.6 It is very hot in the class today. I will open the window. I am going to open the window.31Future: will, going toM08_ODI_OTH_06ESP_8009_INT.indd 31 01/07/15 12:468 EnvironmentRead and choose. Then complete the table.6Look at the picture and colour. Then complete. Write C (countable) orU (uncountable).Say. True or False? Correct.81 milk half a bottle of milk, glass of milk, cup of milk2 paper a piece of paper, half a cup of paper3 water a piece of water, bottle of water, half a glass of water4 coffee bottle of coffee, a piece of coffee, half a cup of coffee5 cheese a piece of cheese, bottle of cheese, cup of cheesecountable uncountable1 half a bottle of milk, glass of milk, cup of milk milk2 3 4 5 1 There are few bottles in the glass container. C 2 There is _______________ glass in the glass container. 3 There are _______________ magazines in the paper container. 4 There is _______________ paper in the paper container. 5 There are _______________ bottles and cans in the first container. 6 There is _______________ plastic in the first container. 7There are few benches in the park.There is little water in the fountain.A lot of benches and a lot of water!There are a lot of bottles in the glass container.False. There are few bottles.32 Containers, Countables, Uncountables, few, little, a lot of, half a, Recycling Jobs, Tools, Personal information, going to, FamilyM08_ODI_OTH_06ESP_8009_INT.indd 32 01/07/15 12:468Environment1 Type of job ______________________________2 Reasons ______________________________3 Type of study required ______________________________4 Place of working ______________________________5 Tools or objects needed for this job ______________________________Complete the table about your family. Use a dictionary to check the meaning. Then say.9What are you going to be when you are older? Think, write and draw.10Now write about you. Use the information in Activity 10.11people occupation or jobmotherfathergrandmothergrandfatherauntuncleNow write about you. Use the information in Activity 10.When I am older Im going to be a __________________ because______________________________.Im _____________________ study __________________. Im ___________________ work in a ___________. A ______________ needs _______________ to do their job.My uncleis a vet.My motheris a mechanic.33Containers, Countables, Uncountables, few, little, a lot of, half a, Recycling Jobs, Tools, Personal information, going to, FamilyM08_ODI_OTH_06ESP_8009_INT.indd 33 01/07/15 12:47Pancake DayRead and write much or many. Then answer.2Can you cook an omelette? Write.3Joshs banana chocolate pancakeIngredientsRecipe 300 ml milk 2 eggs 125 g fl our 25 g butter1 How much flour do you need? 125 g our .2 And how _____________________ eggs?____________________________________ .3 And how ______________________ milk?____________________________________ .4 And how ____________________ butter?____________________________________ . Pour 300 ml of milk into a jug and add 2 eggs beat well. Add 125 g plain fl our into a bowl. Now, pour the egg and milk mixture. beattossheatpourIngredients: _____________, ____________ and ____________ .RecipeFirst, __________________________________________________ .Next __________________________________________________ .Then __________________________________________________ .Finally _________________________________________________ .How do you cook a pancake? Read and write the words. Then say.12 3 4 51 to Beat 25 g melted butter into the batter. Heat the frying pan and add a bit of butter. Then pour 70 ml of batter for each pancake and leave to cook for 1-2 minutes. Toss the pancake over. When your pancake is golden brown colour, you must be ready to put a topping o it! Try to put some chocolate syrup and mashed bananas on top.Happy Pancake Day!!34 Pancake Day, Recipes, much / many, Imperative (Instructions), First, Next, Then, Finally, Food, Numbers EasterM09_ODI_OTH_06ESP_8009_INT.indd 34 01/07/15 12:51Easter 1 Easter comes from the word Eostre meaning April. It was Eostre-monath (the month of openings). 2 Easter is a Christian festival. 3 Easter is a moveable feast because it depends on the lunar calendar. 4 Easter is only celebrated in Britain. 5 Eggs were forbidden food before Easter. Thus laid eggs were boiled for preserving them until Easter. This is the origin of Easter eggs. 6 The name for Easter in Spanish is Halloween. 7 Hiding Easter eggs or rolling them down a hill are popular games for families in Easter holidays. 8 Nowadays Easter games and eggs decorations are celebrated by many Christians and non-Christians alike. 9 The number of eggs one person can decorate is limited.10 Only children can decorate Easter eggs.Read and tick () Yes or No. Then check and correct your wrong answers.1EASTER QUIZ YES NO POINTSQUIZ RESULT (1 point per correct answer)10 points: EXCELLENT! YOU ARE A GENIOUS!!7-8 points: AWESOME! YOU ARE AN EXPERT!!5-7 points: WELL DONE!1-4 points: TRY AGAIN!!35Pancake Day, Recipes, much / many, Imperative (Instructions), First, Next, Then, Finally, Food, Numbers EasterM09_ODI_OTH_06ESP_8009_INT.indd 35 01/07/15 12:51Festivals ReviewRead and sort. Then draw something representative for each Festival.21 Halloween2 Saint Valentines Day3 Saint Patricks Day4 Pancake Day5 Eastera 17th Marchb Moveable feastc 14th Februaryd 31st Octobere Shrove TuesdayHalloween Saint Valentines Day Saint Patricks Day Pancake Day Easter1 Do you like (Halloween)? Why?2 Do you celebrate it in your country?3 What is your favourite symbol of this festival?Read and match.1Read and sort. Then draw something representative for each Festival.eggs recipe Valentines leprechaun jack-o'-lantern shamrock hearts costumes holy week Shrove TuesdayAsk and answer about the festivals in Activity 2.3HalloweenPancake DaySaint Valentines DayEasterSaint Patricks Day36 Halloween, Saint Valentines Day, Saint Patricks Day, Pancake Day, Easter, DatesM09_ODI_OTH_06ESP_8009_INT.indd 36 01/07/15 12:5137Notes Z01_ODI_OTH_06ESP_8009_NTS.indd 37 01/07/15 08:4238Notes Z01_ODI_OTH_06ESP_8009_NTS.indd 38 01/07/15 08:4239Notes Z01_ODI_OTH_06ESP_8009_NTS.indd 39 01/07/15 08:4240Notes Z01_ODI_OTH_06ESP_8009_NTS.indd 40 01/07/15 08:42Freelance editorial WorkIns AvelloCharlotte JohnsonPage layouttona-Vctor Igual, S.L.Irene P. Medina Juradoillustrated byAzulamarilloagenciesThinkstock PEARSON EDUCACIN, S.A., 2015. Ribera del Loira, 28, 28042 Madrid Magdalena Custodio is the author of this booklet.Legal deposit: M-3167-2015. 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