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5 ARXARIOI student arxikes :05 ÂÏ v Contents Unit 1, p. 1, Welcome! FUNCTIONS VOCABULARY LANGUAGE FOCUS READING ñ Asking & answering about one's name, country, favourite numbers, animals, hobbies & types of music / Presenting oneself & one's partner ñ Communication / Similarity-Difference / Collaboration / Civilisation & Culture / Space ñ Colours / Classroom language & objects / Numbers / Types of music ñ Wh-questions: What's your..? / How do you spell? / Where are you from? / What's your favourite? / The verb 'to be' / There is - are ñ Geography / Modern Greek / Music / Art ñ Signs in foreign languages / English words in Modern Greek ñ Signs in English / A class survey ñ English words in short Greek dialogues ñ Personal details / My favourites ñ Personal detail cards / Classroom language cards / A class survey UNIT 2 Lesson 1 Lesson 2 Lesson 3 ALL ABOUT US Hello, there! A collection of thimbles! Feel at home! page 7 page 8 page 13 page 18 Think TEEN FUNCTIONS ñ Asking & answering about likes, dislikes, one's room & personal information / Presenting oneself and friends / Describing things & places / Asking & answering to find differences ñ Interaction / Similarity-Difference / Civilisation & Culture / System / Existence / Dimension VOCABULARY ñ Countries / Nationalities / Foreign languages / Sports & activities / Family members / School subjects / Personal information / Possessions / Adjectives describing opinion, size, age, colour & material / My room / Places & buildings LANGUAGE FOCUS ñ Verbs 'to be' & 'have got' - Present Simple / Order of adjectives / There is - are / Some - any / Prepositions of place LEARNING FOCUS ON STRATEGIES ñ Helping each other in pair work / Using Language Banks / Asking for repetition / Paraphrasing ñ Geography / PE / Literature / Art ñ My neighbourhood / Our favourite possessions READING ñ Personal profiles (jigsaw reading) / A novel extract / Texts about favourite possessions / An about a neighbourhood / Signs & notices ñ Things we love (short dialogues) / Description of a neighbourhood (a monologue) ñ Myself, my family and friends / My room and a room in a painting / Things in my bag ñ A web entry about myself / A paragraph about my favourite possession UNIT 3 Lesson 1 Lesson 2 Lesson 3 DAY IN DAY OUT My Day! Greetings from Australia! This is my job! page 25 page 26 page 31 page 35 FUNCTIONS ñ Talking about daily routines, leisure activities, likes, dislikes, jobs & work routines / Telling the time / Comparing routines, likes & dislikes / Asking & answering about one's job ñ Communication / Similarity-Difference / Equality / Civilisation & Culture / Time VOCABULARY ñ Daily routine / Leisure activities / Sports / Go - play - do + sports / Time / School subjects / Professions / 'Work' idioms LANGUAGE FOCUS ñ Present Simple / Adverbs of frequency / like - love - enjoy - hate + ing / Wh-questions LEARNING FOCUS ON READING STRATEGIES ñ Using titles and pictures to guess content / Activating background knowledge / Skimming for gist / Reading for specific information / Guessing unknown words from context
6 ARXARIOI student arxikes :05 ÂÏ vi Contents ñ Maths / PE / Geography / Culture / Modern Greek / Careers Guidance ñ Professions READING ñ An advertisement for an e-project / A project entry about a student's daily life / A quiz / An article about a teenager's life / An interview with a chef ñ An online conversation about leisure time activities / An interview with a chef ñ Daily routines / Likes & dislikes (School subjects, sports & leisure activities) ñ A web entry about my daily routine / A short text about me and my friend UNIT 4 Lesson 1 Lesson 2 Lesson 3 ECOFRIENDLY Let's go to the zoo! In the wild! Let's go green! page 41 page 42 page 46 page 50 FUNCTIONS ñ Giving instructions & advice / Describing animals, their habits & abilities / Expressing an opinion, obligation & prohibition / Making suggestions / Agreeing / Disagreeing ñ System / Existence / Relativity of actions & events VOCABULARY ñ At the zoo / Animals, their habits & abilities / Height & weight / Opinion adjectives / Recycling / 'Green' issues LANGUAGE FOCUS ñ Imperative form / If-sentences (if + present - can / imperative) / Can/can't (ability) / Must - mustn't (obligation / prohibition) LEARNING FOCUS ON LEARNING NEW VOCABULARY STRATEGIES ñ Guessing unknown words from context / Keeping a record of new vocabulary / Using a dictionary ñ Environmental Maths / Studies / Art / Geography / Information Technology ñ Animal Facts / A zoo guidebook / Recycling READING ñ A zoo map / A zoo guide book page / Zoo signs & notices / Encyclopaedia entries / A poster about recycling ñ A day in a zoo keeper's life (a monologue) / A radio programme about the environment (short monologues) ñ Rules for looking after pets / Animals, their habits & abilities / Ways to protect the environment ñ An about how to protect the environment UNIT 5 Lesson 1 Lesson 2 Lesson 3 (Review) TEENS IN ACTION! It's on the notice board! A weekend away! In my free time I learn English! page 57 page 58 page 62 page 66 FUNCTIONS VOCABULARY LANGUAGE FOCUS LEARNING STRATEGIES READING ñ Describing current activities/ Describing routines / Asking & answering about what people are doing at the moment / Suggesting / Agreeing / Disagreeing / Talking about learning habits ñ Communication / Interaction / Civilisation & Culture / Time / Dimension ñ Musical instruments / Collocations with 'play' / Unusual sports ñ Present Continuous / Present Continuous vs Present Simple FOCUS ON Think TEEN ñ Focusing on type, reader and purpose of a piece of writing / Process writing ñ PE / Music / Art ñ A photo diary for a school trip ñ School notices / Teenagers' s / A holiday brochure /A song about learning English ñ A telephone conversation about a weekend at a sports camp (a dialogue) / A song about learning English ñ Current activities / My learning habits ñ A photo diary for a holiday / A postcard
7 ARXARIOI student arxikes :05 ÂÏ vii Contents UNIT 6 Lesson 1 Lesson 2 Lesson 3 BITS AND PIECES! FOODstuff! TEEN Voice! The four corners of the Earth! page 73 page 74 page 79 page 84 FUNCTIONS ñ Talking about eating habits / Agreeing / Disagreeing / Expressing quantity / Giving advice / Describing what people are wearing / Expressing opinions / Comparing ñ Quantity / Change / Logical processing / Communication / Interaction VOCABULARY ñ Food & snacks / Food collocations / Clothes & Accessories / Geographical words / Large numbers LANGUAGE FOCUS ñ Countable - Uncountable nouns / A lot of - much - many / How much - how many / Plural nouns / Comparative & superlative form of adjectives / The definite article - Zero article LEARNING FOCUS ON WORK STRATEGIES ñ Assigning roles / Searching for information / Compiling a project ñ Health / Home Economics / Geography / Maths ñ A class survey on healthy habits READING ñ A quiz about healthy eating habits / A web survey on school uniforms / A project on water facts ñ A radio quiz programme about geography ñ Memory game / My opinion about school uniforms / Ideal clothes and accessories for school ñ A leaflet about healthy eating habits / A short article about the UK UNIT 7 Lesson 1 Lesson 2 Lesson 3 IN OUR MIND'S EYE! Let's communic8! Houston, we're back! TEEN best-sellers! page 91 page 92 page 97 page 103 FUNCTIONS VOCABULARY LANGUAGE FOCUS LEARNING STRATEGIES READING ñtalking about people of the past / Expressing one's opinion / Narrating past events / Asking & answering about past events ñtime / Civilisation & culture / Communication / Interaction ñpunctuation marks / Disabilities / Space / Planets / 'Book' words & collocations ñpast Simple - verb to be' - regular & irregular verbs FOCUS ON ñusing titles and pictures to guess content / Activating background knowledge / Focusing on task while listening / Ignoring redundancy ñscience / Literature / History / Art ñan article about the Braille system / An article about a space mission / Interviews with authors ñan extract from a radio programme about famous people / A space news programme ñfamous people of the past / An imaginary mission in space / Important moments in my life ñmy life line UNIT 8 Lesson 1 Lesson 2 Lesson 3 TOMORROW AND Travel Plans! Good for you! In the year 2525!... BEYOND! page 109 page 110 page 115 page 119 FUNCTIONS VOCABULARY LANGUAGE FOCUS LEARNING STRATEGIES ñ Talking about future plans & intentions / Making predictions ñ Time / Place / System ñ Travelling / Life in the future / Star signs ñ Ordinal numbers / Present Continuous for future plans / 'Be going to' for future plans and intentions / Simple Future for predictions FOCUS ON LEARNING NEW GRAMMAR ñ Making grammar rules / Using grammar tables and appendices Think TEEN
8 ARXARIOI student arxikes :05 ÂÏ viii Contents ñgeography / History / Art / Maths / Science / Religious Education ñplanning a school trip READING ña diary entry / An article about life in the future / An online poll with teenagers' opinions about horoscopes ña telephone conversation about a trip / A radio teenage programme about good intentions / Teenagers talking about their birthdays and star signs ñplans & intentions / What a horoscope says (mediation task) ña diary entry / A magazine horoscope for a celebrity UNIT 9 (Review) - IT'S A MASTERPIECE! page 127 FUNCTIONS ñdescribing paintings / Drawing conclusions / Expressing opinions, feelings & preferences / Narrating / Commenting / Putting ideas forward ñcivilisation & culture / Time / System / Communication VOCABULARY ñreview LANGUAGE FOCUS ñreview ñart / Music / Information Technology / History / Culture / ñthe story behind a masterpiece ñonline recorded information about paintings in an e-gallery READING ña notice about an e-project / Teenagers' comments on their favourite paintings ñmy favourite painting & artist APPENDICES page 131 QUIZ KEY, 131 APPENDIX, 132 MAPS, 142 GRAMMAR APPENDIX, 145 SELF-ASSESSMENT KEY, 158 IT'S UP TO YOU, 160 Think TEEN
9 student :01 ÂÏ 1 Listen to some kids from different countries speaking in their language and guess the language they speak. UNIT 1 Welcome! Olà! Apa Kabar! Ca va bien? Ciao! Come va? Hi, there! ÏËÌ Ú! READ ñ a teenager's presentation of THINK TEEN ñ signs ñ a class survey LISTEN TO ñ a teenager's presentation of THINK TEEN ñ English words in Greek dialogues TALK ABOUT ñ you and your partner (name, surname, country) ñ the colours in a painting ñ your favourites WRITE ñ you and your partner (name, surname, country) ñ classroom language cards ñ the results of a class survey on favourites LINK TO ñ Geography ñ Modern Greek ñ Art ñ Music UNIT 1 1
10 student :01 ÂÏ 2 Reading & Listening THINK TEEN Hi, everybody. I m David, from England. I m 12 years old and I m in the THINK TEEN programme. Through this e-programme, students from different countries get in touch and do projects. I ve got a lot of key pals from all over the world and we have a lot of fun! Do you want to join us? Here are some photos of my e-friends. Look through your book and find their names!
11 student :01 ÂÏ 3 Welcome! Speaking & Writing 1 You can be an e-friend too! Fill in this card about you. Then, ask your partner and complete a card for him or her. ME Name:... Surname:... Country :... MY PARTNER Name:... Surname:... Country:... Hi! What s your name / surname? John Stergiou How do you spell it? J-O-H-N S-T-E-R-G-I-O-U 2 Where are you from? Present yourself and your partner to your class. I m from Greece. Hello everybody! I m Mary Yannaki and this is my partner, John Stergiou. 1 Reading Everyday we see a lot of English signs around us. In pairs, circle the English words on these signs. Can you write more examples? 3 5 Examples: UNIT 1 three 3
12 student :01 ÂÏ 4 Listening Listen to three every day dialogues in Greek. Write down the English words you hear. a....,..., b....,...,, c....,..., Vocabulary Link Colours brown green pink 1 GAME: Bring me something orange! blue black white orange grey red yellow 2 Which of the colours above are there in Miro's painting Personnages Rythmiques'? Do you like it? Why / Why not? 4 Here are some English idioms with colours. What do they mean? I'm a bit blue. My marks this term are terrible! I'm green with envy. My brother's going to Disneyland and I'm not going with him. Can you find similar phrases in Greek? ÔÎÎ ÓËÛÂ applefi ÓÙÚÔapple....
13 student :01 ÂÏ 5 Welcome! Classroom Language 3 Use the words in the Language Bank to complete the cards. Then, create a Classroom Language Corner in your classroom. - What s the meaning of 1...? - ÂÍÈÎfi - Say that 4... please! I don t 5...! - Can you 2... me, please? Can I go 6...? - What s the English word for Á ÌÓ ÛÈÔ? again out dictionary understand help Numbers & Classroom Objects Junior High school 4 What can you see in the picture? Count and write. Then, compare this classroom with yours. I can see... a. one board b.... pens c.... posters d.... students e.... books f.... windows g.... notebooks h.... school bags i.... desks j.... chairs e.g. In this classroom, there are three posters. In our classroom, there are five posters. UNIT 1 5
14 student :01 ÂÏ 6 What s your favourite hobby? 1 2 Reading, Speaking & Writing What's your favourite.? Read and circle. Then, ask your classmates. My Answers 1. My favourite number is: one two three four five six seven eight nine ten 2. My favourite animal is: dog cat dolphin horse tiger rabbit 3. My favourite hobby is: watching TV listening to music playing computer games shopping 4. My favourite type of music is: pop rock hip hop folk classical A CLASS SURVEY How many people agree with you? Write their names. Write your results and put them on the classroom notice board. Look at the model text. Listening to music. What s your favourite hobby? Project Group A When you are going home after school, look around for signs which have foreign words. In which language are they? Take a photo of some of them and make a collage for your class. Group B Make a list of English words you use with your friends every day. Your teacher of Modern Greek can help you. Prepare bubbles for the notice board. Here is an example. Our favourite hobby is listening to music. Stelios, Mary, Nick and Paul ÌÂ ÁÈ sandwich; ÂÈÓ ˆ. 6 Here are some words we use in Greek but come from other languages. ÌappleÈÊÙ ÎÈ - English (beef + steak) ÌappleÏÔ - French (blouse) ÌappleÔ ÚÓÔ È - Arabic (burnuz) Can you find which language each of the following words comes from? ÙÔ ÚÈÛÌfi, Û ÓÙÈÁ, Ì ÁÈÔÓ, Î appleâù ÓÈÔ, Î Ú Ì Ï, ÁÈÔ ÙÛÈ, ÌappleÔ Î ÏÈ, ÛÎ ÎÈ, ÁÈ Ô ÚÙÈ If you need help, look the words up in a Greek dictionary.
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