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The skills of listening, speaking, reading and writing are developed gradually. Dont expect your students to acquire these skills from the first time. Moreover, revision and recycling are integrated into the course to facilitate learning. There are six units. Each unit is divided into four forty-five- minute lessons. Enough time is set aside for review.A 5. U v W OLK c , , ,; ; , : , :B 6. WU U ] ; , , , , ; ,, C 7. U v W w d_, , : , , , ; , ,, D 8. WbI* = , , , UJ rOEM ] , , , , , : *, E * 9. ** * ,, , Word Bank .,(grammar) ; F 10. td rOEM ZNM* UM UOU ,,,,Say it in English, ,;, Language Functions,. (Communicative Purpose) : : : : : ; : ; G 11. ; : ,, ; ,: ,,,,,: ,::, ,,,, : Punctuation & Capitalization;. (four lined notebook) , Consonant HPhonics : Vowels 12. :Spelling,, , ,: ,, : ; nOQ WM'I, 13. 4321UnitWeekendsTime around the worldHobbiesTopicsPast tense of regular and irregular verbs. Did in Yes / No questions with past tense verbs. Wh questions with past tense verbs.Talking about past actions, places and leisure time.ReviewListening to a conversation for time.Yes / no questions in the present continuous tense.Asking for and giving information.r blendsListening for weekend activities.l blendsListening to an interview for personal information. Long usound /u:/Can for ability. Like + ing (affirmative, negative and interrogative).Talking about abilities. Talking about hobbies.Listening PhonicsGrammarFunctionsPlans of Students BookReading about a special experience. (skimming) Writing a descriptive paragraph about weekend activities.Reading a story: Around the World in 80 Days. ( scanning using inference skills) Writing a descriptive paragraph using pictures.Reading about hobbies. ( reading actively) Writing a descriptive paragraph about oneself.Reading / Writing 14. 8765Unit GrammarTalking about the life of a famous person- Introducing someone - Exchanging personal information.- Talking about daily activities - Talking about work and schoolpeopleGreetingsDaily LifeReview- Adverbs of frequency - Time expressions - Present tense- Wh-questions and statements with Be - Yes/No questions and short answers with Be - Subject pronouns - Possessive adjectivesPast tense of Be(affirmative and negative). Yes / No questions with Be in the simple past. Wh Questions with Be in the simple past.FunctionsTopics- Reading about greetings around the world (Scanning for facts) - Writing, editing, revising and proofreading a paragraphReading about the life of Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him). Inferring vocabulary Writing a paragraph about the life of a famous person.Reading / Writing- Listening to people talking about different activities - Short i and short e- Reading about a day in the life of a tour guide (Scanning for main idea, facts and key words) - Writing a paragraph about a job- Listening for greetings - Short a and short eConsonant blends: s blendsListening for facts about the life of a famous person.Listening Phonics 15. ContentUnitsTopicPage number1Hobbies12Time Around the World113Weekends214Review315People406Greetings507Daily Life628Review73 16. Unit 1Hobbies In this unit you are going to: name different hobbies. talk about abilities. talk about things you like. write a paragraph about yourself. 17. Unit1Lesson 1Hobbiesreadingdrawingusing a computercookingwritingsewing- What are the people in the pictures doing? - What do you do in your free time? - What is your favourite hobby?Conversationfree time favourite hobbyA. Listen and practice. Johara : Amna : Johara : Amna :I go for drawing classes every Tuesday. Why? I love to draw but I cant. Oh, I can draw, but I cant sew. Does the centre give sewing classes, as well? Johara : I dont think so. But you can get self-teaching video tapes and CDs at the book store. Amna : I cant use the computer, either. Could you ask if the centre gives computer courses, as well? Johara : I think so. B. In pairs : Talk about yourself. What can you do ? What cant you do ?2 18. Hobbies 1Grammar Can for ability He can draw. They cant draw.Can he draw ? Can they draw ?Yes, he can. No, they cant.A. Use the drawings to complete the sentences. I ____ read English.He ___ draw.I _______ write stories.She ___ sew!I _____ work on the computer.They __ cook!B. Use the sentences above to talk about your abilities .Speaking In pairs : Ask your partner questions about what he/she can do and cant do. Can you count to 100 ?stand on your hands. Yes, I can.spell your name backwards. sew. write with your left hand.Can you swim?speak Spanish.No, I cant.cook Italian food.3 19. Unit1Lesson 2Vocabulary A. Match the pictures to the hobbies. 1234swimmingcollecting stampsbowling5playing basketballfishingB. In pairs : Tell your partner about your abilities. What can you do ?I can _____Conversation A. Listen and practice . Nawaf : Fahad : Nawaf : Fahad : Nawaf : Fahad :You have lots of books, Fahad. Yes, I like reading; its my hobby. How many books do you read in a week ? One a week. Are these books yours, too ? No, these are my brothers computer books. I dont like reading about computers. Nawaf : l like computers. Can I borrow one of the books? Fahad : Im not sure. But! Nawaf : Oh, no! I know I cant take it without his permission. Fahad : Here he is. Lets ask him. B. Listen to the rest of the conversation. Does Nawaf ask Fahads brother for the book? C. Is it right to take something from a friend without asking for permission?4 20. Hobbies 2Grammar Like + ing Affirmative I like reading. She likes painting.NegativeInterrogativeI dont like swimming . She doesnt like swimming .Do you like swimming ? Does she like painting ?A. Choose. (Do - Does) you like cooking? Yes, its my hobby. I always try out new recipes. I also like (buy - buying) cooking books. Every week, my friend Loulou comes to my house. She (doesnt - dont) like (cook - cooking), but she likes (eat - eating) the food I make. B. What do you like doing after school?Reading A. Read, then mark the statements with True or False . - You can give vegetables as a gift. - Exercising is good for your body. - There are only three good hobbies.( ( () ) )- Rock painting is expensive. (Ways to Spend Your Free Time Do you ever stay home with nothing to do ? Are you eager to do something new? Here are some ideas for hobbies you can enjoy in your free time. Gardening is both fun and useful. You can easily grow fresh vegetables which you can enjoy with your family and friends. You can also send some as a gift to your relatives or share with those in need. Rock painting is an interesting craft that does not cost much. You can use any type of colour to decorate different shapes of rocks. You can draw houses, flowers, cars or almost anything on the rocks to start your own collection. Exercising is a must for every part of your body and your brain. People who exercise regularly stay active throughout their lives. B. In pairs : Discuss these questions. - Which of the above hobbies would you like to try? - Why do you think exercising is a must?5) 21. Unit1Lesson 3Listening A. Faridah is interviewing a student at another school. Listen to the interview and complete the table . Name Age Favourite colour Hobby Dislikes B. Read Faridas paragraph about the student. Correct the mistakes. Fawzia Abdulkarim is fourteen years old. Her favourite colour is pink. She likes cooking but doesnt like reading.C. In pairs : Interview a friend and complete the table. Name Age Favourite colour Hobby Dislikes6 22. Hobbies 3Writing A. Complete the web about yourself. nameagedislikesMecoloursfavouriteabilities hobbiesschool subjectsB. Use the information in the web to write a paragraph about yourself. My name is7 23. Unit1Lesson 4Phonics Long u soundLong u sounds like the sound in uniformand glue.Rule A vowel usually has the long sound when a consonant and e come after it. The e is silent. You can hear the long u sound in mute and cute.Rule When two vowels are together, the first vowel usually has the long sound. The second vowel is silent. You can hear the long u sound in fuel.A. Listen and circle the letters to show where you hear the long u sound.UUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUB. Listen to the words. Repeat them chorally. Tick the ones that have the long u sound. 1. bug6. duck2. clue7. dune3. fuse8. jug4. unique9. flue 10. rule5. june8 24. Hobbies 4Grammar Summary Like + ing I You* We They He She Itswimming.like dont likerunning. playing.likessewing.doesnt likecooking.Can for ability I He / She / It You / We / Theycan cantswim. run. sew. cook.I Canhe / she / It you* / we / theyswim ? run ? sew ? cook ?Complete the sentences by choosing the correct words. a. Can they ( play - playing ) tennis? b. We dont like ( read - reading ). c. I can ( swimming - swim ). d. Samia and Muna dont like ( watch - watching ) TV. e. Mariam doesnt like ( cooking - cook ).Speaking A. In pairs : Use the chart below to ask and answer questions about abilities in English. count read write greet introduceto twenty to a hundred a menu a newspaper a paragraph a letter someone someoneStudent 1 : Can you ....? Student 2 : Yes, I can. / No, I cant. * Singular and Plural.9 25. Hobbies 4 B. Write Yes / No questions with can. Then under your response, check Yes or No to give your opinion about each question. Your response Yes NoTotal YesNo1. woman / be police officer _________________________________________________________?2. woman / be engineer _________________________________________________________?3. woman / be good nurse _________________________________________________________?4. man / be good cook _________________________________________________________?5. women / work as shopkeepers _________________________________________________________?6. man / be tailor _________________________________________________________?C. Now in groups of ten : Do a survey by asking each student in your group his / her opinion about the questions. Write the total number of Yes and No answers in each column. Compare your opinion to your classmates. Give reasons for your answers.Writing What do you like / dislike doing on these days ? Eid Al - FitrEid Al - AdhaRainy DaysLike Dislike Like Dislike Like Dislike____________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________10 26. Unit 2Time Around the World In this unit you are going to : ask for and tell the time. describe what people are doing. write a paragraph about things you and your family do. 27. Unit2Lesson 1Time Around the World BehindAhead London Tokyo RiyadhMexico city- What time is it in Riyadh? - What time is it in Tokyo? - How many hours is Tokyo ahead of Riyadh?Conversationahead airport behind flightA. Listen and practice . Saeed : Hello, Rashed. Rashed : Is it you Saeed? Are you calling from the airport? Saeed : Yes, I am. The flight to Malaysia has been delayed. Could you do me a favour? Rashed : Sure. What can I do for you? Saeed : Can you remind my mom to water my plants and feed my fish. Rashed : No problem. Make sure you call when you reach Malaysia. Saeed : But you may be sleeping then. Malaysia is four hours ahead. Well arrive at about 2:30 after midnight. Rashed : Well then, e-mail us. Have a nice time. B. - What time is it in Malaysia now? - Why do you think its important to help others?12 28. Time Around the World 1Grammar Yes / No questions - present continuous Are you travelling now? Is he calling from the airport?Yes, I am. Yes, he is.No, Im not. No, he isnt.A. Look at the picture. Complete the questions and answers. 1. _______ the flight attendant __________ (serve) food? No, _______________ . She _____________ (serve) drinks. 2. ____ the old man ________ (look) out of the window? Yes, __________________ . 3. _________ the lady ___________ (talk) to her daughter? No, ___________________ . She is ___________ (feed) her. 4. ________ the boys _____________ (watch) the movies? ___________________ . 5. __________ the young man ___________ (sleep)? ________________________________________________ .B. In pairs : Read your card and mime the verb written on it. Your partner guesses the verb. Student A : Are you smiling? Student B : Yes, I am. / No, I m not.Speaking In pairs : Look at the map on page 82, ask and answer about the time in the cities. Student 1: Its 7:45 in Saudi Arabia. What time is it in Tokyo? Student 2: Tokyo is 6 hours ahead, so it is 1:45 in Tokyo.13 29. Unit2Lesson 2Vocabulary A. What time is it ?a.b. It is five past three. It is three-oh-five.c. It is twenty past seven. It is seven twenty.d.e. It is twenty-five to ten. It is nine-thirty five.It is ten past five. It is five-ten.f. It is twenty to eleven. It is ten forty.It is ten to twelve. It is eleven fifty.B. Look at the clocks. Say the times.C. In pairs : Ask your partner about the things she / he does at these times.Listening A. Listen to the conversation. Complete the table with the times. goes to work Ahmad Amina Your father B. Complete the table with your fathers timings.14has lunch 30. Time Around the World 2Reading Read the story. Then, answer the questions below. Around the World in Eighty Days This is an adventure story about an Englishman called Phileas Fogg. Fogg takes on a challenge to travel around the world in eighty days. To make such a journey in 1872 was thought of as a crazy idea. There were no planes, and trains were a new invention. No one be...