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1 Travelling Abroad Level: 2º de Bachillerato. Grammar: Reported speech. Introductory verbs. Functions: Talking about people s personality. Reporting statements, questions, suggestions, advice and commands in different situations. Vocabulary: Customs. Food. Sports. Holidays. Adjectives related to personality. Phrasal verb: turn. Phonetics: Pronunciation of the sounds in shoe, sue and zoo. The titles for each part are at the bottom. Students should start the unit by clicking on the first title, and move to the next ones with the arrow next, so that they learn in a progressive way. Each chapter contains different activities with additional information on grammar explanations and glossary. They can move between the lessons by clicking at the titles at the bottom, or from the menu, they can go to any activity within the lesson, but it's advisable that they follow the order. In the final task they will have to get a score of 100% to be able to finish, otherwise they will have to repeat the exercise. Tell the students to follow the instructions for each activity, and to use the icons on the left for help on instructions, grammar, glossary, etc. When they finish most activities, they have to check their answers and click on the "next" arrow to go to the following one. To check your students' recordings, go to the activity and listen to it before another student uses the same lesson. Sessions: about two or three 50 minutes sessions. PART 1 Companions 1. Describing people s personality: In this exercise, students must click on each word and listen to the pronunciation of these adjectives related to personality. Then click and drag each of them next to their corresponding definitions. 2. Write the odd one: Next, students must fill each gap with the adjective that doesn't belong. 3. What do they think about Spanish people?: In this exercise, students must click on each picture, listen and choose the adjectives these people use to describe Spanish personality.

2 4. Finding a travelling companion: Here they will click on each picture, listen and drag the words to the corresponding place, so as to make complete reported sentences. They have to go through all cards before they check their answers. 5. Sounds: Here, students must practise some fricative sounds. They will listen to the words and click next to the sound which corresponds to the red coloured consonants. 6. Looking for a travelling companion: This is a writing activity, students must write an advertisement for finding a travelling companion, using the expressions and words previously learned. Then send it to your teacher or record it. PART 2 Experiences 1. Fill the gaps: In this exercise, students must report the conversation, completing the sentences and checking their answers. 2. ESL summer camp: Next, students must click and drag the words to put them in order to make complete reported sentences. 3. Order sentences: In this exercise, students must tidy up the words given to reconstruct the questions. 4. Reporting verbs: Here they must write the direct questions corresponding to the indirect ones. 5. Record sentences: Here, students must revise the use of reported speech with commands. Listen and record the same sentences in reported speech using different verbs. They may listen and repeat their recordings if necessary. 6. Complete gaps: In this exercise, students must complete the blanks with the help of the original conversation. PART 3 Advice 1. What do the British recommend?: In this exercise, students must click on the pictures, listen and drag each name to the corresponding sentence. 2. Reporting verbs: Next, students must click and drag to match verbs with structures. 3. Advice and suggestions: In this exercise, students will click on each verb to see an example sentence. Then try to order the verbs and their meanings by dragging the sentences on the right next to the correct meaning. 4. Advice and suggestions - matching: In this exercise, students must read the reported sentences and match them with the corresponding direct ones by dragging

3 them next to their definition. Next, they will read the reported sentences and match them to the corresponding direct ones by dragging the letters next to them. 5. Complete the story: Here, students will have to complete the story by reading it and filling the gaps with one of the verbs given in the correct tense. PART 4 Extension 1. Memory: This is a memory game. Students must match pairs of phrasal verbs and their meaning. They should click on help to know more about phrasal verbs. 2. Phrasal verb - turn: Next, students must complete the reported sentences with the missing phrasal verbs in the correct tense. 3. Reporting: In this exercise, students must click and drag each verb form to the corresponding place so as to complete the gaps. Then they will check their answers. They should try to get 100% right answers; otherwise they will have to repeat the activity. 4. Final task: This is a listening exercise where students must write the sentences on the left turning them into reported speech and using different reporting verbs. Then print it or show to their teacher.

4 PART 1 Companions Travelling abroad - Answer key 1. Describing people s personality: tolerant / reserved / vivacious / friendly / obstinate / excitable / rational / outgoing / adventurous 2. Write the odd one: even-tempered / easy-going / warm / reserved / mad 3. What do they think about Spanish people?: Video 1: talkative, outgoing, friendly Video 2: friendly, lively, excitable Video 3: inventive, friendly, warm, vivacious Video 4: excitable Video 5: mad 4. Finding a travelling companion: Screen one: Barry said he... was looking for a travelling companion to India. Marcella said she... was interested in travelling to South America. Lin said she... liked spending lots of time lying on the beach. Sheila said she... would like to go on a walking tour. Screen two: Dave sais he... liked taking pictures of beautiful landscapes. Liza said she... would like to find someone who liked adventure. Clara said she... she wanted to go backpacking in Peru. Vince said he... he preferred hot places and lots of night life. Screen three: Beach: Lin / Vince Backpacking: Clara / Marcella Adventure: Liza / Barry Touring: Dave / Sheila 5. Sounds: /S/: vivacious / rational /z/: reserved /s/: excitable. PART 2 Experiences 1. Fill the gaps: 1. He said he had made a lot of friends there 2. He told me he had been very nervous at the beginning 3. He said he had always been good at English at school 4. He told me he was going climbing the following next day 5. He said he might take a course on adventure ropes 3. Order sentences: Screen one: She asked me if I could see satellite TV. She wanted to know whether I liked the food. She asked me where I went at the weekends. Screen two: She asked me if I was improving my English. She asked me what my plans for next weekend were. She wanted to know what time I would be there.. 4. Reporting verbs: 1. Will you write me a letter? 2. Have you met a lot of guys? 3. Have you visited my parents? 4. When are you going on holiday?

5 5. Did you go to Jeff's party last night? 6. How did you get home? 7. Are you staying in tomorrow night? 8. Did you go out with Jane again? 6. Complete gaps: asked / had swam / said / had been pushed / asked / how I was feeling / said / had / to rest / not to go PART 3 Advice 1. What do the British recommend?: David / Sara / Mr Sanders / Marcella / Frank 2. Reporting verbs: 1. verb + ing form 2. verb + that + clause 3. verb + two objects 4. verb + object 5. verb + object + infinitive 6. verb + infinitive 7. verb + preposition + ing 8. verb + preposition + ing 3. Advice and suggestions: complain: to say something is wrong or not satisfactory warn: to make someone aware of a danger or problem suggest: to tell somebody what you think they should do advise: to offer an opinion about what someone should do remind: to cause someone to remember or to do something persuade: to convince someone that something is true apologise: to express regret about a mistake or offence agree: to accept a suggestion or to have the same opinion confirm: to give formal approval to something 4. Advice and suggestions - matching: 1 - C / 2 - A / 3 - G / 4 - D / 5 - F / 6 - B / 7 - E 5. Complete the story: 1. suggested 2. warned 3. begged 4. explained / was 5. said / would / next day 6. agreed PART 4 Extension 2. Phrasal verb - turn: 1. turned over 2. turn off 3. turned away 4. turn over 5. turn down 6. turn up 7. turned into 8. turn off 3. Reporting: 1. complained 2. apologized 3. advised 4. offered 5. explained 6. confirmed 7. warned 8. agreed

6 Travelling abroad - Audio Scripts PART 1 Companions 3. What do they think about Spanish people? Video 1: Friendly, outgoing and very talkative Video 2: Lively, excitable, and friendly Video 3: Warm, inventive, friendly, vivacious, and fun to be with. Video 4: Slightly excitable, and eating lots of garlic. Video 5: Very mad, they wear long dresses, usually red, they have lots of celebrations and they eat very strong spiced food. 4. Finding a travelling companion: Lin: I d like to find someone to travel with and have fun. I d prefer a sunshine holiday and do some sunbathing. The English weather is so bad! It s always raining. I am outgoing and I love staying outdoors and eating local food. I love night life. Vince: I d rather go somewhere with hot weather. I like spending lots of time in the sunshine lying on a nice beach, then sit outside the restaurants and have some fun at discos at night. I m spontaneous and open-minded. Dave: I'm looking for anyone who is planning to go on a touring holiday somewhere in Southern Europe, somewhere where we can see something different rather than just sunshine. I like trekking and experiencing new cultures. I like taking pictures of beautiful landscapes. Sheila: I have booked a walking tour of the Pyrenees but there is a two person minimum requirement, so I am in need of a walking companion who wants to take-in the fascinating history and beauty of this region and likes photography. I am reasonably fit and and easy-going person. Barry: I am a 25 year old male post graduate student of business administration. I would like to have a travel companion any sex, any age, to travel to India, preferably someone with a taste for adventure. I m pretty much open to anything off the beaten track. Travel plan is flexible. I am interested in culture, meeting locals. Liza: My name's Elizabeth, 21, I live in Birmingham and I would like to go travelling during this summer possibly around America or India but I'm up for suggestions. I am planning to go by myself but I would prefer a travel companion who likes adventure on or off the beaten path. I don t mind any age. Clara: Hi, I m Spanish but fluent in English. I'll be backpacking in Peru and Bolivia for 30 days starting the 7th of January. I'd like to find a female companion to make my trip safer and have fun. I am flexible about plans. I'm very positive and easy going... I like trekking, diving - anything outdoors Get in touch! Marcella: I am planning to travel in South America for one month at the beginning of the year. I am very interested in the Inca's and like backpacking. If you want to walk some part of the Inca-trail and want to visit Machu Pichu I think it could work out between us. I am reasonably fit and an easy-going person. I don't speak Spanish, only English.

7 PART 3 Advice 1. What do the British recommend? David: I think a Spanish person coming to Britain should certainly try fish and chips Sara: I d recommend that a Spanish visitor tries our Yorkshire pudding, and roast beef and roast potatoes Mr. Sanders: I cooked a pasta only last night, it was basically, put the pasta in a saucepan, add some water to it, boil it up, put some garlic and some onion into the saucepan, and a bit of tomato sauce and butter mix them together, very nice indeed. Marcella: The easiest recipe I know is jacket potato, where you just peel the skin pop it in the oven for about an hour and a half, take it out, butter it and eat it. Frank: I d recommend a casserole with lots of meat and vegetables.

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