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UWC education Reading Help: Sca nn ing for information Speaking: Schools and rules. Reading and Listening: The Challenges story Speaking: Tal king about preferences Everyday Listening: An announcement Listen closely: Weak forms of a, are, of,. Schools in the UK Speaking: School, study and exa ms; ga me Project: Your idea l school. Young celebrit ies Reading and Speaking: Qu estion naire; tal ki ng about person al talents.

My name's Doug. My name's Kate. My name's Thomas. My name's Isabelle.

Check answers by asking individuals to write their answers to the questions on the board. Students then work in pairs, asking and answering the questions from Exercise 7. Ask two students to read aloud the example dialogue. Elicit what to say if the spelling is not correct, e. Exercise 8 More time: Background This lesson looks at fami lies and ages. The grammar foc us is on subject pronouns and possessive adj ectives. Students check the meaning of the Key Words in the Picture Dictionary.

Check that students understand how the family tree works. Monica is a good fri end - we are cousi ns. She's th irteen. Her dog is great. Its na me is Sa m. It is old - about ten. My wife is sixty-two. Our son, John, is thirtynine. His children are Anna and Mark. They are th irteen and fifteen.

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Work in pain. Ask and answer about the people In the family tree. How old is Michad? Dictate a series of numbers ending in -teen or -ty for students to write, e. His sister is ca lled Anna. Their mother and fat her are my aunt and uncle. My favouri te grandm other is ca lled Ma ry. Check pronunciation of the names in the family tree e. Monica Imomk:: Students then work in pairs, reading aloud the texts.

Extra Tell the class about one of the people in the family tree as in Exercise 6 , using subject pronouns and possessive adjectives. Students guess who it is. For example, My father is His wife is Her name is Mary. Their grandson is My wife and my sister are Theiy sister is at university. Ask two students to read aloud the example dialogue before students work in pairs.

If there is time, students change partners and repeat the activity. Tell students to write the birthdays in words, not numbers e. This will help them in Exercise Example A: Howald is your dad? When's his birthday? It's on the first of june. If necessary, revise and drill numbers before students do the exercise. Either write a series of numbers on the board for students to read aloud or ask them to count from one to a hundred. Students count to ninetynine in threes, as a whole class or individually round the class.

Answers underlined and tapescrip,t first, second, third, fourth, fifth, sixth, seventh, eighth, ninth, tenth, eleventh, twelfth, thirteenth, fourteenth, fifteenth, sixteenth, seventeenth, eighteenth, nineteenth, twentieth, tWenty-first,. My name is Tom. My birthday is on the 9th of july.

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My grandson is Mark. His birthday is on the 21 st of August. My name is Lisa. My birthday is on the 17th of july. My husband is john. His birthday is on the 30th of September. My daughter is Anna. Her birthday is on the 1st of August. My name is Monica. My birthday is on the 3rd of September. That's right - the 3rd of September! Exercise 7 More time: Background This lesson is about basic classroom vocabulary.

There is a lexical focus on singular and plural nouns and a grammar focus on prepositions. The vocabulary here could be extended to include any useful objects in your classroom e.

Answers 2 wall 3 poster 4 blackboard 5 CD player 6 television 7 plant 8 bookshelf 9 DVD player 10 cupboard 11 video player 12 door 13 dictionary 14 box 15 bin 16 desk 17 ruler 18 book 19 pencil 20 pen 21 chair 22 watches 23 bag.

Give students a time limit, e. Check answers by asking students to write items on the board. Check spelling and pronunciation. Use obj ects in your classroom for students to make sentences, e. The pencil is in the box.! Th e ruler is under the book. Put the words in the correct groups.

Then listen and check. Play this memory game. The bag is under the chair. The bin is next to the cupboard. The blackboard is between the window and the cupboard. Your Turn 8 Game Think of an object in the classroom. The others ask questions and guess the object. Demonstrate the game by thinking of an object yourself for students to guess. Students then continue playing the game as a class or in groups.

Think of two words beginning with Q, etc. Suggested answers a - aunt April b - book blackboard bag c - chair cupboard class country. Students close their books. Tell the class to look at ten things you point to or hold up and to write down the words, e.

Point to: If a student makes a mistake or forgets an obj ect or number, the game starts again. Students think of four words beginning with these letters: Encourage students to choose their favourite subjects from the Key Words. If necessary, present vocabulary for other favourite subjects. Point out that the timetable uses the hour clock.

Do item b three o'clock with the class before students complete the exercise working individually. Check answers by asking students to write the times on the board. Background This lesson looks at classroom instructions. You could add any of your own instructions here. It is a good idea to write key instructions on the wall to remind students.

Students repeat the example question and answer after you before working in pairs.

Play the recording several times for students to listen and repeat the times and days as a whole class and individually. Extra Ask students to follow your instructions. Game Listen and follow the instructions.

You are out of the game when you are the last person or you make a mistake. Write on the board: Check answers by asking students in turn to write their words on the board. Example answers: Right, now look at the photos on page six Now, read the dialogue on page six, please.

Write three words. Write three words in your notebooks, please Right, close your books, please Don 't stand up and don 't look at your books. Don 't look at your books. Elicit six or seven verbs and write them on the board for students to use in affirmative and negative imperatives, e. Check that students understand the grammatical difference between subject and obj ect pronouns by comparing two sentences such as: He is American. Ask him. Open your book on page six.

Read the the instructions in exercise one. Don 't close your book. Don 't look at your book. Now look at your book. Don't say the name of the grandmother. Say the name of the grandfather. Close you r book.

Stand up. Don't sit down. Say your name. Sit down. Encourage students to describe where things are in their bedroom, using prepositions and vocabulary from Unit C, e. The lamp is on the desk. What are these? These are my computer games. They are old. Those games over there are sports games and they're my favourite.

They're new. Extra Write on the board: M y favourite computer games are Ask students to hold up or point to objects in the classroom and make similar sentences, e. That is a poster of London. Those are English dictionaries.

This is my book. These are my pencils. What's your favourite colour? It's blue. What colour is your bedroom? It's red and black. Students work as a class or in groups, asking and answering questions.

Read the example dialogue with the class. Elicit one or two more dialogues before students work in pairs. Extra Play the recording for Exercise 3 again for students to listen and repeat the descriptions. Draw students' attention to the articles in the sentences. Practice Choose the correct word , Picture Dictionary, page Look at the Key Words and fi nd the opposites.

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Read and listen to the sentences Match them with the photos a-d. This is a photo of our two dogs. My dog is the big dog in the photo. He's an Alsatian. He is a basketball player and is the captain of the school basketball team. Answers 1 My brother is a student. He is good. He is a good student. He is a good student at university.

He is old. He is an old doctor. He is an old doctor at the hospital. She is great. She is a great singer. She is a great singer from Africa. He is French. He is a French student. He is a French student from Paris. She is tall. She is a tall girl. She is a tall girl from my area. Short of time: This lesson has the first Sentence Builder. These sections help students get used to English sentence structure and create their own sentences using the patterns provided.

Students read the sentences and repeat them after you. Check students remember that we use an before words beginning with a vowel a, e, i, 0 , u. Read the Sentence Builder sentences with students. Remind students that the adjective young comes before the nO,un boy. Do the first item in the exercise with the class. Remind students to use the correct part of the verb to be in their sentences.

Check answers by asking students to write the sentences on the board. Students work in pairs or small groups, taking turns to show their photo and discussing which Key Words from Exercise 1 describe their appearance in the photo.

Get Read1J Background This two-page spread introduces the characters of the story and gives some background about the challenge that they face doing the bronze award of the Duke of Edinburgh scheme.

The bronze programme involves following a new hobby or leisure interest for six months, e. There are over activities to choose from and participants have to demonstrate that they have improved their skill or knowledge.

He founded the Duke of Edinburgh's Award scheme and the International Award in to introduce young people aged 14 to 25 to new experiences including physical, skills-based and community challenges. There are three levels to the award bronze, silver and gold. Since more than 4 million young people from over 90 countries have taken part in the scheme.

Extra Elicit more examples of each activity from the class, e. Extra Write jumbled words on the board. Students sort out the letters to spell five interests. Exercise 4 - Tapescript Alex: Hi there! My name's Alexa ndra Allen. Alex to my friends but not AI , please. I'm thirteen and I'm from Birmingham. But my dad's from Scotland and my mum's Spanish.

I'm in a youth club with Rajiv and Lucy. My interests are cycling and pottery. But my favourite 's cycling. I'm Rajiv. Rajiv Narayan. I'm in a yo uth club with Lucy and Alex. My interests? Well , football and music. Music's my favourite thing. It's fantastic! ComDiete the funns below. Alexandra Allen Age: Birmingham Interests: Cycling and 2-f!!! Football and 4 music Name: Lucy Smithson Age: Bristol Interests: Fashion and 6horse ridinj. Write the names of the characters.

Akx 1 Music is my hobby. JJeiiL 3 My horse, Hector, is great. My mum's Spanish. B Work In pairs. Ask and answer questions at. WhtIt tire your infDtSts? Before you play the recording, give students time to read through the forms to see what missing information they need to listen for. Reassure students that they do not need to understand everything the speakers say to complete the forms.

If you have a large world map, show students where Birmingham, Bristol England and Toronto Canada are. I'm L. I'm from Bristol , but now I'm in Birmingham. I'm in a yo uth club with Alex and Rajiv.

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My interests are fashion and horse riding. My horse, Hector, is great! My name's Tom , Tom Hardy. I'm fourteen. I'm from Toronto in Canada but now I'm in Birmingham for a year with my family. My interests are films and computers. Computer games are great. What are her films about? This lesson is about disabled people and what they can achieve in terms of creativity.

The examples in the text are invented but they are loosely based on real people. Famous examples of disabled musicians include Stevie Wonder blind and Beethoven deaf. Extra Mime some of the Key Words for students to guess the ability, e.

He can act. He can learn his part. He can't use his arms. He can't see. Yes, he can. Extra After checking students' answers, play the recording for students to listen and repeat the sentences. Do the first two or three questions and answers with the class. Students then complete the activity, working in pairs.

Student A ask about Lucy and Tom, page Student B ask about Alex and Rajiv, page Look at the Sentence Builder. Choose one person from Exercise 10 and say a sentence about himl her. Your partner guesses who it is.

Answers 2 She can't paint with her toes. She can direct films. He can draw and paint with his toes and his mouth. He can play five musical instruments and sing.

Check students understand that and joins two similar ideas, e. Give another example for the class to guess, e. She can ride a bicycle and she can ride a horse. Draw the table on the board. Check answers by asking individuals to complete the table on the board. No, he can't. Wei lweI! Yes, he. Copy and complete the Word Builder with the nouns in the box. What can you do? IZl c dance III c write e-mails: Answers play: Revise canlcan't. Ask students to say a sentence about one th ing they can do and one thing they can't do.

Remind students to use but to join their ideas and encourage them to use some of the voca bulary fro m earlier Units. Read the questionnaire with the class and check that students understand any new voca bulary, e. Right Tom , can I ask you some questions? Yeah , sure. First, what's your name? How old are you? His name's Mr Wall. English and French. I can use computers. Tom Hardy. How many Yes, I can. And I can write emails. I can use a printer and play computer games.

Section three. Well, I can't paint or draw. I'm very bad. I can dance and sing but I can't act. But I'm not very good. What languages can you speak? English obviously and French. My dad can speak German but I can 't. Okay, final section. What things can you do?

Now answer the questions. Check your answers on page I can ride a bicycle but I can't ride a motorbike. And I can 't cook. I can use a mobile phone - but I can't read a map!

Thanks, Tom. Rory Blackwell is a former rock 'n roll musician. In , he played separate drums in Your Challenge, Exercise 2. Background In this episode of the story, the characters go for a meeting at their youth club to talk about the Duke of Edinburgh scheme. Alex, Lucy and Rajiv know each other from the club but a newcomer arrives - Tom - who is from Canada but staying a year in Birmingham.

The characters decide on the new interests that they are going to take up. Finally Scott, their monitor, starts to talk about the programme. Look at the Key Words and classify them a , b or c. What adjective is only for people? Exam ple boring - c. Opinion Adjectives "boring, cool , fantastic, good-looking, great, interesting, nice, not bad, okay.

Well, no I can't. And you, Lucy? What are you interested in? Horse riding! It's boring!

Well, you're into animals. Here's one for you - dog training. Mm, that's not bad. And you? Well , I'm not sure. Ah , look here. Bicycle maintenance. Encourage students to give reasons for their choice of new interests for the characters, e. This is Alex and Lucy. What 's your new interest? I'm interested in photography. Look, here's the monitor.

He's good-looking, too! Exercise 3 COl Track 33 Answers a cool, fantastic, good-looking, great, interesting, nice b not bad, okay. Exercise 4 Point out that the lines in the table show that there are no answers for these sections, e. Alex does not give her opinion about rap.

After checking answers, ask students what opinion adjective Lucy uses for painting boring and for dog training not bad. The Challenge Speaking 5 look at the Key Expressions. Write six sentences about your interests. Example I'm into rap. It's really cool.

I'm into music. It's brilliant. Are you into computers? They're great. Are you into painting? It's boring. Are you interested Yes, I am. It's cool. What are you I'm interested in interested in? A form 1 Complete the information with answers a-s. I can ride a horse but I can't read a map. If they wish, students can attach a photograph or drawing of themselves to their form to keep in their portfolio.

Encourage students to use vocabulary from Units 1 and 2. Remind students to include one piece of false information in their answers. Give one or two examples if necessary, e. I am from New York. I can play two musical instruments. Work in pairs. Ask and answer questions.

Include one piece of false information. What's your nome? My nome's Superman! I What information about your partner is false7 Tell the class. Example His nome isn't Superman. Ask students to repeat the questions and answers in the table after you. Pay particular attention to sentence stress. Students can write negative as well as positive sentences, if they wish, e. Give students time to read through the form and the answers a-g. Do item 2 Nationality with the class.

Exercise 6 Extra Revise the third person singular of the verb to be. Maria is. As a class, students see how many false pieces of information they can remember.

Tell students not to say their own or their partner's false sentences. I'm 28 interested in photography. Students listen to the recording to check their answers.

Check spelling where necessary by asking individuals to write the answerS on the board. Write down your scores. Then do the exercises on page 18 of the Workbook. Wrong answers:. After checking answers to Exercise 5, students work in pairs, reading the dialogue aloud.

Students look at the table to see which sections in the Students' Book they need to look at again. Check that each student has a personal notebook to use as their own vocabulary book. Suggest that students have a section in their books for words about interests and hobbies. Copy the topic diagram on to the board. Elicit more interests from this Module and add them to your diagram.

Elicit verbs that go with the interests, e. Read the information for the word painting with students. Elicit information for another interest in the diagram, e.

Students work individually or in pairs, making their own diagram. They may like to choose a topic from the Get Ready sections, e.

Check their diagrams and help them correct any errors. Extra Each student tells the class something their partner can do and something he or she can 't do, e. Maria can swim but she can't do judo. Tapescript Woman: Exercise is great! It is healthy and it's good fun. Here are six ideas. Sport is really good exercise. It's not good for you. Again , it's not healthy. It's healthy and it's free! Don 't use the lift. Stairs are healthy for your legs! Extra Play the recording again.

Ask students to listen for what the woman says about the activities, e.

TV Ask students if they agree with the woman. Ask students: Is exercise important for you? Encourage students to give reasons for their opinions. The activities are a extreme ironing, b mountain biking, and c synchronised swimming. Background This introduces different types of sport and exercise.

In the Duke of Edinburgh scheme, participants have to choose a type of exercise and do it over a period of six months. Check that students understand the meaning of the adjectives. Point out that funny can mean amusing or strange. Exercises 5 and 9 More time: Background This lesson foc uses on the link between fashion and sport.

Fashion companies know that some sports have huge TV audiences and so pay sports stars to wear their products on and off the sporting field. Maria Sharapova: Trained in the USA from the age of 9. Svetlana Kuznetsova: She went to Spain at the age of 15 for tennis training and coaching. David Beckham: England football captain. Played for Manchester United until his transfer to Real Madrid in Married to Victoria 'Posh' Spice. Plays for Barcelona.

If you wish, divide the class into four groups. Each group studies one photo to find examples of the Key Words and then reports back to the class. Read the three sentences with the students so they know what information they need to find in the text. Tell students not to worry about understanding new words in the text at this stage.

After checking answers, explain or encourage students to guess the meaning of any new words in the text. After checking answers, ask students to repeat the words after you to practise word stress. He's got blue eyes. He's got fair hair. She is slim. Extra Write phrases on the board for students to make sentences using has got or the verb to be, e. Check that students understand the vocabulary in the table, e.

Elicit three or four sentences from the class before students write their sentences. Ask two students to read aloud the example questions and answers. Demonstrate the activity by inviting the class to ask you fi ve questions to guess who you are thinking of. Is it a student? Yes, it is. Is it a boy? No, it isn't. Has she got long hair? Yes, she has. Has she got Extra Each student tells the class a positive and a negative sentence about their own appearance, e.

I've got short hair. I haven't got blue eyes. Exercises 9 and 10 More time: This lesson looks at the kind of food and drink needed to do exercise. It is important to stress the need for a balanced diet with plenty of fruit and vegetables, and not too many sweets, chocolate, fast food like hamburgers and chips and sweet, fizzy drinks. Food and Drink " " " " - - - - - - - - - - , apples, carrots, cereals, chicken, eggs, fish, kiwis, milk, nuts, orange juice, pasta , potatoes, steak, toast, water.

Arsene Wenger: Manager of Arsenal since Stefano Baldini: Ita lian. Marathon runner. Copy and complete the table with the Key Words. Add more words to the table. Use the Picture Dictionary to help you. Arsenal are top of the league again.

But what is their secret? Is it Jose Reyes's skill? Is it Thierry Henry's experience? The men's skills are important. But the players' diet is important, too. Well, Arsenal's French manager, Arsene Wenger, has got interesting ideas for footballers' food. And on the day of a match, potatoes are good. And fruit is really important, too. David Beckham is England's football captain. Well, food experts' advice for tennis players is: Don't eat fruit and don't drink fruit juice in a match.

And Stefano Baldini's advice is: Drink litres of water a day. He's Italy's champion marathon runner. Australian swimmer, Ian Thorpe, has got five Olympic gold medals. His breakfast is 7 cereal ,toast and 8 oYa"! Je,iuice but Ian's favourite food is Japanese! Well, that's food for thought. Thank you very much.

You're welcome. Students give their own opinions about the food and diets in the text, e. Ask students to suggest what Japanese people eat e. Answers and tapescript Group 1: Scott's, Kate's, Mike's Group 2: Tom's, Rajiv's, Lucy's Group 3: Alex'S, Charles'S, James's. Photo Quiz Read the sentences and put in the apostrophes. Are the sentences true T or false F? Now put these names in the correct group 1, 2 or 3. Group students in pairs.

Free delivery worldwide. Bestselling Series. Harry Potter. Popular Features. New in Description New Challengeshelps students become more effective learners and better citizens of the world through personal development. The information-driven approach in New Challengesencourages teenagers to think about the world around them and provides lively achievable tasks, building their confidence, creativity, participation and performance.

With New Challengesteachers make lessons educational, successful and fun! Studentsmove from a beginner level into secondary methodology which then prepares them for a more formal learning environment. Themes are: Get Readypage introduces topics first lessonpresents grammar through reading texts and practice second lessondevelops reading, presents vocabulary and practises speaking third lessondevelops the story with a focus on speaking and listening Across Cultureslessons with reading, speaking project work Your Challenge writing tasks and Understanding Grammarspots the end of every module has a language check and learner development spot Fact or Fictiontexts extend students' language by deciding whether information is true or false Time Outmagazine with fun activities like puzzles, games and reading for pleasure.

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