listening to a conversation
Elicit a few English first names from the class. They will probably know some English names from the world of music and movies. Ask each student to write down three English first names. Then ask them to share their suggestions. Ask students to tell you which names are female and which are male.
Introduce the topic
1 Listening skills
Ask students to underline the six names in the dialogues in Exercise Ia. Two of the names may be unfamiliar to students. Ask them whether they think Ravi is a man's name or a woman's name. Do the same for Tomoko. Then ask them to look at the picture and match the names with the people. Before playing the audio tell students that they will hear the number of the conversation, followed by the letter identifying the picture, followed by the conversation. After students have checked their answers individually in Exercise Ib, compare answers with the whole class. Answers: A: Mário and Mary, B: Marina and Tomoko, C: Ravi and John
2 Writing Skills
Have students do Exercise 2a individually, then compare their answers in pairs. After they have listened in Exercise 2b, check the answers by having two students read the conversation across the classroom. Explain to students that they should use their own names and home cities for Exercise 2c. Walk around the classroom to provide help and check pronunciation.
The activity in exercise 2c can be extended by asking students to walk around the…
Teaching notes for Film bank worksheets
1 Saying hello
Write the names of six famous people on the board, e.g. Björk (Iceland), Placido Domingo (Spain), Michael Douglas (the US), Anna Kournikova (Russia), Ronaldinho (Brazil), Nicole Kidman (Australia), and ask sts to take turns to introduce the person and tell their partner where the person is from. Ask for class feedback on each person. You could extend the activity by adding more people from other countries.
Smart Choice Starter – Level 1 – Morning/Afternoon
Unit 2 objectives
The unit’s current objectives are to teach how to give personal informations, like address, birthday, favorite food, favorite singer, phone number and find out personal information about someone else. The target grammar of the unit are the possessives and the Wh- questions with be.
At the end of class, the students will be able to tell what they have learned in the first unit, give personal…
Map of the book 4
Unit 1 Unit 2 Unit 3 Unit 4 Unit 5 Unit 6 Unit 7 Unit 8 Unit 9 Unit 10 Unit 11 Unit 12 Communication practice
Welcome Numbers Work Information Places Action Meeting Reporting Communication Progress Plans Sales
6 12 18 24 30 36 42 48 54 60 66 72 78 94 107 116
Grammar and vocabulary practice Grammar reference Transcripts
1 Welcome 1.1 Meeting people 1.2 Saying where you're from
Map of the book
Grammar and vocabulary practice
IMPLEMENTING HP NETWORKING TECHNOLOGIES AND HP2-Z18: NETWORK INFRASTRUCTURE AIS 2010 UPGRADE
Exam preparation guide
Requirements for successful completion This guide helps you to study for the Implementing HP Networking Technologies (HP0-Y30) exam. It also gives tips for passing Network Infrastructure AIS 2010 Upgrade (HP2-Z18), the online update exam that some candidates can take instead. You can benefit from this guide whether you are just starting with…
The way we live
Collocation – daily life
These flags all belong to English-speaking countries. Write the name of the country.
P EOPLE AND PLACES
Present tenses and have/have got
1 Read the texts. Match a country from the
Starter with a text and a photograph.
Complete the texts…
Trabalho de inglês
Calvin and hobbes .
outrage! why should i go to bed? i'm not tired! it's only 7:30! this is tyranny! i'm.
good night, calvin. -Will you check for monsters under the bed ?
no monsters. youre safe . - What about in the dresser?
calvin, i'm sure there are no monsters in your dresser go to sleep.
- great. i'll bet that's where they all are. they'll come out and kill us as soon as we fall asleep. -- so who's going to fall…
LOOKING FOR THE FIRSTJOB
1. Match the jobs with the duties.
security guard teacher nurse architect receptionist dentist accountant waiter salesman lawyer
a) Looks after your teeth:
b) Answers the phone, makes appointments:
c) Helps people to learn:
d) Sells products:
e) Takes care of patients in hospitals:
f) Serves in restaurants:
g) Writes contracts, represents people in court: