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Matthew Hancock

Action Pack is a twelve-level course for Jordanian students, leading them


from the Basic to the Secondary stage. It is based on the most modern
methods of teaching language, combining a topic-based approach with
functional language practice, careful attention to grammar and vocabulary
and a comprehensive skills syllabus.

This level is for Grade 5 students.

The Action Pack series offers learners:


modern, interesting and relevant topics
a clear and systematic approach to grammar, with thorough
practice
integrated skills work with a particular focus on reading and
writing
consistent building and recycling of vocabulary
special sections devoted to functional and situational language
project work at the end of every module
the development of critical thinking skills

Each level of Action Pack consists of a Pupils Book, Audio, an Activity


Book and a comprehensive Teachers Book.
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Teachers Book

Matthew Hancock
Acknowledgements

The publishers and the writers would like to acknowledge the contribution made by the Review and Adaptation Committee appointed by the
Ministry of Education of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, through their guidance and valued assessment of the materials, to the development
of the New Action Pack 5 course.

Evaluation and Adaptation Committee


Dr Hamza Ali Al-Omary Manal Fahed Abu Rumman
Dr Hussein Mohammad Yagi Nuha Suleiman Al-Tarawneh
Dr Saleh Hassan Al-Omary Lamia Othman Mohammad
Malak Mohammad Al-Massad

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The Ministry of Education has decided to adopt this book for Jordanian schools in accordance with the approval
of the Board of Education decision No. 36/2014 in its meeting No. 3/ 2014 on 1/6/2014 for the 2014/2015 academic
year.

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CONTENTS

Teachers Book

Scope & Sequence 4 UNIT 16 Life will be different 130

INTRODUCTION 10 UNIT 17 Have you ever climbed a mountain? 138


First semester
UNIT 1 We usually go to the park 15 UNIT 18 Review 145

UNIT 2 The moon was a circle 23 Wordlist 153

UNIT 3 Did you enjoy school today? 31 Teaching strategies 154

UNIT 4 Review 38 Assessment strategies 156

UNIT 5 Are you going to see planes? 45 Example sketches 161

UNIT 6 Grandpa took this photo 53 Photocopiable project worksheets 162

UNIT 7 She is the youngest in the family 61 Photocopiable extra practice worksheets 166

UNIT 8 What were you doing? 69 Listening tests 172

UNIT 9 Review 77 Audioscripts and answers 176


Second semester
UNIT 10 Are there any lentils? 84 Speaking tests 178

UNIT 11 The meal tastes delicious! 92 Reading tests 180

UNIT 12 Why is kareem excited? 100 Writing tests 181

UNIT 13 Review 108 Vocabulary Activities 182

UNIT 14 You should play sports 115 Extra classroom activities 183

UNIT 15 There was a great celebration! 122 Grammar games 185

Letter formation guidelines 187


Scope & Sequence
Unit Structures Functions and skills Vocabulary Pronunciation /
Song
Unit 1 Revision of the present simple Functions: a lot (n), along The sound
We usually with adverbs of frequency: Participating in a conversation about frequency (adv), family, /eI/: plane,
go to the I sometimes make model planes. of ones activities, showing appreciation of the model plane holiday, cake
park We always help Mum and Dad. value of activities (n), slide (n),
My cousins never visit Cairo. We soft toy, swing
usually go to the park. (n), theme
Questions with How often? and Skills: park, too
the adverb of frequency usually: Listening: a conversation in a short story, words (adv), water
How often do you and Kareem go with the long /eI/ sound, phrases describing park
to the park? We usually go to the activities
park on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Speaking: asking and answering questions
The linking conjunction and: about frequency of leisure activities, describing
I sometimes make model planes pictures
and Samira sews soft toys for our Reading: a conversation in a short story about
cousins. leisure activities, a short text about holidays
The adverb too: Writing: completing sentences with words of
We usually go to the water park, frequency, copying words and sentences
too.
Unit 2 Revision of the past simple of Functions: bee (n), The sound
The moon the verb to be: Identifying shapes, acquiring awareness of the circle (n), s/s/: sun,
Today, our Maths lesson was about shapes, sharing information about oneself, countryside, lesson, circle,
was a circle shapes. demonstrating appreciation of a rhymes in equal, Grade, castle
Revision of the present simple English hexagon,
form of the verbs to be and to honey (n), Song: All
have: Its a square. A square has Skills: around us, we
four equal sides. Listening: a conversation in a short story about horse, inside, can see shapes
Comparison of the past simple shapes, sentences describing pictures of shapes, know (v), now
words with the /s/ sound, a song (adv), picture
with the present simple: Last
night, the moon was the shape of a Speaking: talking about oneself, singing a song (n), rectangle,
about shapes, describing shapes shape (n),
circle. Look! The sun is the shape of side (n),
a circle! Reading: a sequence of sentences forming a
conversation about shapes, short paragraphs something,
The conjunctions and, but: square (n),
Here are my ruler and my school describing pictures
books. Writing: completing sentences, writing words triangle
I was in Grade four, but now I am of shapes and words related to shapes, copying
in Grade five. words and sentences
Unit 3 The past simple questions Functions: clever, The sound /k/:
Did you and short answers: Participating in a conversation about oneself, costume, dear, costume, kind,
enjoy school Did Miss Zeinab give you a new telling about people, showing appreciation of friendly, jacket
today? project? Yes, she did. Did you the value of the Jordanian culture helpful, hi,
talk about the weekend in the kind (adj)
lesson? No, we didn't. Were all of Skills:
sewing (n),
the costumes colourful? No, they Listening: a conversation in a short story,
sleeve, study
weren't. questions and answers describing pictures,
(v), woman/
The past simple: words with the /k/sound
In the past, women sewed women
Speaking: asking and answering about what
traditional costumes. She talked to one is doing, telling how people are, describing
a new pupil at school. people
Using adjectives to describe Reading: a sequence of sentences in a
personality: conversation about the Jordanian culture, a
Shes very nice and shes friendly. letter about traditional costumes of Jordan
She was very helpful. I was tidy. Writing: completing sentences, copying words
and sentences

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Unit Structures Functions and skills Vocabulary Pronunciation /
Song
Unit 4 Revision of: Functions: Revision of Revision of the
Review The present simple with Sharing information about how often one vocabulary sounds /eI/,
adverbs of frequency: does activities, identifying information about taught in units /s/, /k/
Aunt Muna and uncle Hassan similarities and differences, telling about a 13
sometimes visit us. Aunt Muna is favourite day in the holidays, demonstrating Project: Our
always kind. appreciation of ones culture, recognising /eI/, /s/ special day
Questions and answers in the and /k/ sounds, planning and presenting a project
present simple: about writing a postcard
How often do you see your aunt
and uncle? I usually see my aunt Skills:
and uncle once in the holidays. Listening: a short text about a visit, a conversation
Questions and short answers about a visit, describing what people are doing
in the past simple: Speaking: asking and answering about how often
Did Kareem talk to Grandma? one does activities, talking about similarities and
No, he didnt. Samira talked to differences, saying words with /eI/, /s/ and /k/
Grandma. sounds
The past simple: Reading: a short text, a letter about a visit, a
Aunt Muna, Mum and I visited postcard
a museum here in Amman on Writing: completing sentences, completing a
Saturday. We saw the traditional postcard about ones favourite day
costumes of Jordan.
Using adjectives to describe
personality:
Hes tidy. Shes friendly.
Revision of the past simple of
the verb to be and comparison
with the present simple, using
the conjunctions and, but and
the adverb too: I was ten last
year, but this year Im eleven.
Unit 5 Revision of the verb going to Functions: answer (v), The sound
Are you for future plans: Expressing what one is going to do, telling the class (n), /m/: motorbike,
going to Were going to do a project about time, showing appreciation of museums, showing collection, summer, lamb
see planes? transport at school. Are you going appreciation of the value of the past excited,
to visit the Royal Automobile helicopter,
Museum in Amman? Yes, we are. Skills: lorry,
Is Samira going to have lunch with Listening: a conversation in a short story, words motorbike,
Grandma on Thursday? No, she with the /m/ sound, a talk about what people are
isn't. powerful,
going to do question (n),
The negative form of it: Speaking: asking and answering about what
We aren't going to see lorries. transport (n)
people are doing/not doing in pictures, asking
Samira isn't going to have lunch
and answering about what one is going to do,
with Grandma on Thursday.
asking and answering about time, pronouncing
Revision of telling the time
words with the /m/ sound
with oclock and introduction
Reading: a conversation in a short story, a
of past/to:
My class is going to travel to the postcard, read quickly a text about a museum
museum at twenty-five past nine. Writing: completing sentences, copying words
and sentences
Unit 6 The past simple affirmative, Functions: ago, dentist, The sound
Grandpa negative and question forms: Sharing information about what one did, showing dentists /f/: firefighter,
Dad went to visit his friend Jaber appreciation of the past surgery, photo, giraffe,
took this this morning. Did you live in this laugh
firefighter,
photo house? No, we didn't. Skills:
fire station,
The past simple with time Listening: a sequence of sentences in a
history,
markers: conversation in a short story,
interesting
He took this photo in 2010. I took Speaking: telling what people did in pictures,
(adj),
this photo twenty years ago. Dad asking and answering about what people
policeman,
and I saw Faisal last Tuesday. Dad did, saying words with /f/ sound, completing
went to visit his friend Jaber this scientist, soon,
sentences about oneself
morning. thing, want
Reading: a conversation in a short story, a letter
(v), writing (n)
about a museum, a text about the favourite
holiday
Writing: completing sentences, copying words
and sentences

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Unit Structures Functions and skills Vocabulary Pronunciation /
Song
Unit 7 Revision of comparative and Functions: blanket, The sound
She is the superlative adjectives: I think that comparing animals, comparing present, bracelet, /i:/: bee, beach,
youngest in this rattle is better. You are the kindest sharing information about animals, earrings, tree
children I know! sharing information about presents, expensive,
the family Comparative and superlative acquiring awareness of animals, heavy, horse, Song: Sing
adjectives with more/most:
I think that it's more useful than a toy. I demonstrating appreciation of rhymes in hour, kilo, a song, sing
like these earrings, but they are the most English metres, rattle 'thank you'
expensive present here! (n), smell
Skills:
Asking for and giving opinions: What (v), together,
do you think about the baby giraffe? I Listening: a conversation in a short story,
trunk, useful,
think it is beautiful! words with the /i:/ sound
weigh
Speaking: describing animals and
presents, expressing opinions and facts
about animals and present, asking and
answering about animals, singing a song
about a new baby, conversing about
animals and presents
Reading: a sequence of sentences
forming a conversation, short texts about
animals, a text about baby animals
Writing: completing sentences, writing
a short paragraph about a new baby
cousin
Unit 8 The past continuous tense - question Functions: blouse, The sound
What were and affirmative forms: What were you Sharing information about oneself, bowling, //: juice,
you doing? doing on Saturday? I was looking for some showing appreciation of the value of bowling orange, bridge
new shoes. personal experience alley, clothes
Revision of telling the time: shop, food,
At one oclock, I was at the shopping Skills:
centre with my mother. At a quarter past football boots,
Listening: a conversation in a short story,
four, I was in the car. jewellers,
words with /dZ/ sound
Revision of the past simple - shopping
Speaking: asking and answering
affirmative and question forms: centre, sports
questions about what one did yesterday,
I went to the shopping centre on Saturday shop
with my family. talking about ones special day using a
photo
Reading: a conversation in a short story,
a letter about a visit to the mall
Writing: completing sentences, writing a
paragraph about being in a market
Unit 9 Revision of: Functions: Revision of Revision of the
Review The past continuous tense: Sharing information about one is going vocabulary sounds /m/,
At four oclock yesterday afternoon, I was to do, telling the time, planning and taught in units /f/, /i:/, //
counting the cars, vans, motorbikes and carrying out a survey 58
lorries from our house. Project: Do a
The past simple: Skills:
The helicopter was the most interesting. survey about
Listening: a text about ones project, a the weekend
I took a photo of the cars and vans in our conversation about animals
city.
Going to for future plans: We're going Speaking: telling about what one is going
to visit my uncle again soon. I'm not going to do, asking and answering questions
to go to visit my grandparents on Tuesday. about pictures with reference to time,
I'm going to visit my grandparents on saying words with /m/, /f/, /dZ/ and /i:/
Saturday. sounds, asking and answering questions
Comparative and superlative about counting things or vehicles on
adjectives: I think that a fruit salad specific days
is nicer than ice cream! It's the tallest Reading: a short text, short texts about
building in the street. shopping
The past simple tense with time
markers: Writing: completing sentences with
What did you do on Saturday afternoon? phrases and adding the time, completing
On Saturday afternoon I went to the sentences with different forms of
library with my sister. adjectives, completing sentences with
words in the correct order, writing a
short dialogue

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Unit Structures Functions and skills Vocabulary Pronunciation /
Song
Unit 10 Countable and uncountable nouns: Functions: butter, The sound
Are there There is some rice. There are some spices. Is Expressing likes about food, acquiring cupboard, /b/: butter,
there/Are there any? Yes, there is/are./ awareness of kinds of food flour, herbs, rubber,
any lentils? No, there isnt/arent. lettuce, cupboard
The infinitive of purpose: Can you go to Skills: onions,
the market to buy lentils, onions, lettuce and Listening: a conversation in a short pepper, plate,
tomatoes please? story, words with /b/ sound salt, sauce,
Speaking: describing what is in a fridge shopping list,
and a cupboard, asking and answering spices, yoghurt
questions about food items
Reading: a series of sentences in a
conversation about food, a text about
mansaf
Writing: completing sentences, writing a
paragraph
Unit 11 Imperatives with adverbs of order: Functions: bowl, cut (v), The sound
The meal First, cut the onions. Then, cook some onions giving instructions for a recipe, everyone, /u:/: food, blue,
tastes in a frying pan. Next, mix the white onions expressing opinion about food, farmer, feel June
with the lentils and the rice. Finally, serve demonstrating appreciation of rhymes (v), finally,
delicious! the meal on a big plate. first (adv),
in English Song: Mum,
Sense verbs with adjectives: frying pan, can we help you
That smells good! It looks beautiful! It tastes Skills: keep, mix (v), cook?
delicious! Listening: a conversation in a short next (adv),
story, a recipe, words with /u:/ sound, noisy, potato,
a song saucepan,
serve, sound
Speaking: describing pictures, saying (v), taste (v),
instructions for making mujaddara, then
asking and answering questions about
food, singing a song about how to make
mujaddara
Reading: conversation in a short story, a
text about farming
Writing: completing sentences, writing
a recipe
Unit 12 Asking and answering questions using Functions: Arabian oryx, The sound
Why is Why? and because: Giving reasons for actions, sharing because, /O:/: Jordan,
Kareem Why is Kareem excited? Hes excited because information about reasons of feelings, cut down, sauce, walk
excited? were going to the Shaumari Nature Reserve showing appreciation for the value of early (adv),
tomorrow. Jordanian symbols hunt (v), iris,
national,
Skills: nature reserve,
Listening: a conversation in a short ostrich, point
story, texts (questions and answers) (n), soil, star,
describing pictures, words with /O:/ surprise (n),
view (n), wild
sound, a text about the oak tree cat (n)
Speaking: asking and answering
questions about why people in pictures
are doing things, describing pictures,
asking and answering questions to
describe how one feels
Reading: sentences in a sequence
making a conversation, short texts
about Jordanian features, a text about
a trip
Writing: completing dialogues,
completing sentences, copying words,
writing a paragraph

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Unit Structures Functions and skills Vocabulary Pronunciation /
Song

Unit 13 Revision of: Functions: Revision of Revision of


Review Imperatives with adverbs of order: Naming objects, giving instructions for vocabulary sounds: /b/,
First, draw a rectangle. Then, draw two lines drawing the Jordanian flag, planning taught in units /u:/, /O:/
on the rectangle. and presenting recipes, showing 1012
The infinitive of purpose: appreciation of the value of the Project: Write
Im going to the market to buy some Jordanian culture a recipe card
tomatoes.
Countable and uncountable nouns:
There are some eggs. There is some bread. Is Skills:
there any salt? Yes, there is./No, there isnt. Listening: a text about the Jordanian
Giving reasons with because: flag, words with /b/, /u:/ and /O:/
Jaber is happy because he's on holiday. sounds
Sense verbs with adjectives: Speaking: describing pictures, saying
The food looks and smells good. what one is going to do, saying
what there is in pictures, asking and
answering questions about whether
there is a food item, presenting a recipe
Reading: a text about the Jordanian
flag, a text of instructions to draw the
Jordanian flag, a text about what people
are going to do on a day trip
Writing: writing sentences with words in
the correct order, writing a paragraph
Unit 14 The modal verb should (affirmative and Functions: energy, The sound/z/:
You should negative) for advice: showing appreciation of the value of exercise (n, v), zoo, fizzy,
play sports You should eat fruit and vegetables. You sports, giving advice for good health, fizzy drink, clothes, exercise
shouldnt eat a lot of cake or ice cream. sharing information about oneself, hard (adj),
Linking conjunctions so and because to identifying cause and effect health, heart,
indicate cause and effect: late (adv),
I play sports, so I have a lot of energy. ImSkills: muscle,
healthy because I eat fruit and vegetables. Listening: a conversation about good Olympic
health, words with /z/ sound Games
Speaking: describing what people
are doing in pictures, saying what
one should do, talking about oneself,
describing pictures
Reading: a conversation in a short story
about health, texts about playing sports
Writing: completing sentences, writing
sentences with should and shouldnt,
writing a short paragraph
Unit 15 The past simple tense of the verb to be Functions: band, become, The sound
There was with there: There were crowds on the street. Identifying pictures correctly, carefully, /n/: national
a great There was a lot of noise! showing appreciation of the value of celebrate, flag, tennis,
celebration! There is/are and There was/were: Last Independence Day, sharing information celebration, knock, medicine
week, there were crowds in the street. There about ones experiences, showing crowd (n),
arent any crowds today. appreciation of rhymes in English display (n), Song: Oh, what
The past continuous (third person fireworks, fun! Oh, what
form): Skills: Independence fun!
The band was playing our national song. Listening: a conversation in a short Day, king,
People were talking and laughing. story, words with /n/ sound knock,
The present continuous and the past married, noise,
Speaking: describing pictures, asking
continuous: A man is riding a bike. People and answering questions about a text, queen
were waving flags. talking about the months of the year,
singing a song about Independence Day
in Jordan, telling about ones experience
on Independence Day
Reading: conversation in a short story, a
text about Independence Day in Jordan,
a letter about a trip to Aqaba
Writing: completing sentences,
completing a letter, writing a postcard

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Unit Structures Functions and skills Vocabulary Pronunciation /
Song
Unit 16 The modal verb will to make Functions: architect, The sound
Life will be predictions: Sharing information about future career, astronaut, /aI/: firefighter,
different I think that life will be different in a hundred comparing life in the past and in the design (v), bike, climb,
years. I think that I will be a doctor when I future, giving opinion about others discover, floor, skyscraper
grow up. plans, acquiring awareness of the future, grow
differences of life in the past and the up, invent,
office, road,
future skyscraper,
Skills: space (room)
Listening: a conversation in a short (n)
story, descriptions of pictures, words
with /aI/ sound
Speaking: describing pictures, telling
about what one will be in the future
Reading: a sequence of sentences in a
conversation about the future, a text
about the past and the future
Writing: writing sentences with words
in the correct order, completing a text
about oneself
Unit 17 The present perfect tense (questions Functions: lake, land (n), The sound
Have and short answers): Sharing information about oneself, low (adj), //: country,
you ever Have you ever climbed Jabal Um Addami? showing appreciation of the value of north-east, hundred,
climbed a Yes, I have./No, I havent. Jordanian sites place (n), mother
mountain? port, salty,
Skills: seed (n)
Listening: a conversation in a short Song: Have you
story, words with // sound a song ever climbed a
Speaking: asking and answering mountain?
questions about visiting places, talking
about ones visits, singing a song about
visiting places
Reading: a conversation about visiting
places in Jordan, a letter about a visit to
the Dead sea
Writing: completing conversations,
writing questions and answers with
words in the correct order, writing a
dialogue
Unit 18 The present perfect tenses (questions Functions: Revision of Revision of the
Review and short answers): Have you ever lived in Acquiring respect for others, showing vocabulary sounds: /z/,
the north-east? Yes, I have./No, I havent. appreciation of the value of good taught in units /n/, /aI/, //
The modal verb will to make health, expressing opinion about future 1417
predictions: career Project: When
I think that I will be an architect. I grow up
Skills:
The past simple tense of the verb to be
Listening: a text about ones
with there: There werent many cars.
There is/are and There was/were: There grandfather, identifying /z/, /n/, /aI/
werent any skyscrapers in the past. There and // sounds
are a lot of skyscrapers now. Speaking: asking and answering
Linking conjunctions so and because to questions about what one has/has not
indicate cause and effect: done, talking about what will happen in
There werent many cars, so there wasnt the future
much noise. He wanted to teach because he Reading: a text about ones grandfather,
liked helping children. a text about Mustafa Salameh
Writing: completing paragraphs
describing pictures in the past and the
present, writing a learning log

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INTRODUCTION

Introduction where necessary. It is strongly recommended that you follow


instructions as closely as possible to ensure an efficient use of
Action Pack 5 (New Edition) is the fifth level of a twelve-level the materials. There are also audioscripts for all the recorded
course for young Jordanian learners of English. It aims to material.
introduce English gradually and efficiently through fun
Each lesson begins with a list of outcomes, highlighting the
activities, games and songs. key language to be achieved, any new vocabulary featured in
These activities not only enable pupils to understand and the lesson and the lesson topic. Any additional materials and
communicate in English, but also promote a positive attitude resources that may need to be prepared beforehand are also
towards language learning. listed, including flashcards and wallcharts that may be made
use of during the lesson. The back of the Teachers Book also
Learning economy includes example sketches that can help you draw pictures to
help reinforce vocabulary. (page 161)
In modern societies, knowledge can be considered the most
important resource of all. The term learning economy has Step-by-step teaching notes on how to best exploit
been coined to identify this idea, according to which all the material then follow. Lessons typically begin with a
warmer, usually revising language from the previous lesson.
members of society are encouraged to engage in lifelong Techniques on how to present new vocabulary and language
learning, which ensures both their adaptability to societal are included when appropriate. There is also usually a
change and their future employability. As technological Further practice activity and an End the lesson activity,
developments gather pace in the contemporary world, human usually a fun task that ends the lesson.
beings can no longer depend on the skills they acquire at
school to see them through their working lives. There is Some of the Pupils Book lessons also have extra work in the
form of photocopiable worksheets, which are also found at
therefore an ever more urgent need for pupils to learn how the back of the Teachers Book. (pages 162171)
to learn, to enable themselves to continually adapt to the
changing world around them. The pupils by this stage are at pre-intermediate level and have
mastered some key expressions and structures in English. The
Action Pack 5 (New Edition) builds on the foundation for this aim is to develop a learner-centred approach, relating what
process of lifelong learning. Pupils are expected to try out the pupils learn to their own situation. As they develop their
tasks that will become relevant and meaningful in their future language skills, this approach becomes easier to manage. By
lives. Throughout the course, pupils learn about the culture of the end of this level, they should be beginning to speak and
Jordan and use their English to talk about it. write freely about their personal situations. The Teacher's
Book introduces some teaching strategies (pages 154155)
Components that guide the instructions to be more successful. There
is reference to the Pupil's Book activities that implement
The course consists of five components: these strategies. Take time to familiarise yourself with
new techniques that add fun and benefit to the learning
1 Pupils Book process. Parallel to these, the Teacher's Book also provides
The Pupils Book consists of eighteen units, four of which are assessment strategies that suit Grade 5 pupils (pages 156
Review units. The Review units offer opportunities for pupils 160).
to recycle new language. Each unit consists of six lessons. More features that this Teacher's Book includes are tests
This level focuses on a group of central characters: brother for all four skills (listening, speaking, reading and writing),
and sister Kareem and Samira, and their family and friends. vocabulary activities, extra classroom activities, grammar
New language is presented in the context of themes that games and letter formation guidelines. (pages 172188)
will be familiar to the age group: visiting places in Jordan
and Jordanian culture, describing people, shapes, transport,
4 Audio Material
animals, nature, shopping, food and health. Pupils revise the The audio includes all the recorded material and songs.
present tenses, the future with going to and the past simple, The material is spoken by native English speakers and is
and learn the past continuous, the future with will and begin carefully graded to be appropriate to younger learners. Full
to use the present perfect. This is all in a Jordanian context, audioscripts of all the recorded material are provided in the
making the topics in Action Pack 5 (New Edition) relevant to the Teachers Book, including those for the listening tests at the
pupils situation and learning experiences. end of the Teachers Book.
2 Activity Book 5 Flashcards and Wallcharts
The Activity Book is also made up of eighteen units, four Pupils are more likely to remember language when it is
of which are review units. The activities correspond to the presented visually through colourful pictures. To aid learning,
material first met in the Pupils Book. The Activity Book
practises and develops the material presented in the Pupils there are flashcards and wallcharts which accompany the
Book. Non-listening Activity Book exercises may be set as course.
homework and checked as a class in the following lesson. As Always try to use flashcards and wallcharts to present new
to the handwriting practice, it first offers activities for tracing key language in the course. Flashcards necessary for specific
words then copying sentences. At the end of the Activity lessons are always indicated in the lesson boxes. Remember,
Book, pupils trace short excerpts from the lessons.
too, that the flashcards can be used as often as you feel it
3 Teachers Book would be useful, for example for revision in later lessons, or
as prompts in particular exercises.They can also be used in
This Teachers Book consists of lesson plans with detailed fun activities such as memory games.
guidance on how to teach all the activities in both the
Pupils Book and the Activity Book, along with suggestions Wallcharts for particular lessons are also listed in the lesson
for further activities. Answer keys are provided for activities boxes. Each wallchart covers a particular topic, for example,
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shopping, food and drink, jobs and work, etc. In conjunction ask their own questions as well. As with all tasks, listening
with the flashcards, they can be used to present or reinforce should be fun and interactive. As for the language structures,
new language, as well as for revision, and for specific games pupils are not expected to learn the rules of grammar and the
and activities. However, because there is more than one sentence structures directly. At this level, pupils are expected
word on the wallcharts, they can best be used to check to receive enough language input that enables them to use
understanding. Say a word on the wallchart and ask pupils the language without needing to learn the grammar rules.
to point to the relevant picture, or point to a picture on the
wallchart and ask pupils to name the object. Listen and answer/Listen, ask and answer
Specific tasks and activities give further ideas on how to fully Pupils hear a dialogue or a short passage and answer
exploit the flashcards and wallcharts within lessons. the comprehension questions given in the Pupils Book.
Sometimes they are encouraged to ask the questions, too.
Preparing for the lessons Listen and match
Each unit covers six lessons. Pupils hear a short passage and match elements of it with
the correct picture. You can begin by asking them to say what
Lesson 1 often consists of a short story, presented around
they can see in each picture.
story frames. The language is presented by native English
speakers on the audio and in the text boxes on the page. Listen and say
Pupils listen to the story and follow the text in the text boxes
as they listen. In order to aid understanding, flashcards and In this activity, pupils listen to consonant and vowel sounds
wallcharts can also be used. In addition, using real objects and repeat them. Each sound is a letter or combination of
(realia) whenever possible can help bring the situation to life. letters found within a word that pupils have met earlier in the
In later units, pupils will be asked to use dictionaries to check course. Pupils repeat the sounds first and then the complete
the meanings of some new words. words. Play the audio more than once if necessary.

Lesson 2 develops the Pupils Book first exercise, often giving Listen, choose and say/Listen, complete and say
pupils the opportunity to roleplay, acting out the scene In this activity, pupils listen to the information they hear on
in small groups and practise pronunciation. Pupils also the audio and point to the correct picture in the Pupils Book
complete the corresponding exercise in the Activity Book. exercise, or they add some missing information. First, ask
Lessons 36 allow pupils to practise the language presented pupils what they can see in the pictures and prepare them
in the first lessons in a variety of ways. They will have to listen, for what they are going to hear in order to elicit relevant
speak, read and write using the structures and vocabulary vocabulary. Then play the audio. Ask pupils to say and
learnt. Typical exercises are Look and say, Ask and answer, compare their answers before playing the audio again for
Read and match and Listen and answer. a second time and, if necessary, a third time. Check pupils
answers as a class. You can ask pupils to repeat the sentences
Lessons 3 and 4 practise the new vocabulary and structures the on the audio to check their pronunciation.
pupils learnt in Lessons 1 and 2. Lesson 3 is often a listening
and Lesson 4 is commonly a freer exercise where pupils speak Ask and answer
about their personal situations. Lesson 5 is a reading exercise Two pupils read the example conversation aloud. The pupils
and pupils can be introduced to new vocabulary here. There work in pairs to practise asking and answering the questions
are a variety of activities to help pupils develop their reading using the given prompts. This encourages pupils to provide
skills. Finally, Lesson 6 contains a pronunciation exercise answers about their own lives and use the learnt language in
where different vowel and consonant sounds are focused on. situations relating to themselves.
There are also some freer speaking activities in this lesson, and
sometimes a song for pupils to sing along to. Look and say
Pupils also complete corresponding exercises in the Activity Book. Pupils look at pictures or tables and create sentences using
Review units cover four lessons. Each Review unit ends with newly learnt structures and vocabulary.
a project, which takes up lessons 5 and 6. Sometimes pupils Match and say
can prepare for written work at home before lesson 6. Details
on how to exploit the projects are suggested below and in Pupils match pairs of pictures and then make sentences using
the Teachers Book lesson notes. There is also some extra the word or picture prompts.
material included on project worksheets. These can be found Sing
at the end of the Teachers Book.
There are various songs throughout the course, each
incorporating vocabulary and grammatical structures
Activities and procedures: studied during the lessons. Using Total Physical Response
Pupils Book (TPR), encourage pupils to sing the song themselves with
any appropriate actions. The TPR method is based on the
The following are sample introductions. fact that pupils learn their first language by relating the
Listen and read verbal input they receive to physical movements or gestures.
Similarly, a pupil learning a foreign language learns faster
This activity opens every unit, and is based around a story. and more efficiently as he or she responds physically to the
It introduces the new vocabulary and language structures to teachers verbal input in this case, a song. Through singing,
be covered in the unit. Before pupils listen and read, prepare pupils enjoy themselves and will quickly learn not only the
them thoroughly for what they will hear. Ask pupils what they tunes, but also the rhythms and patterns of English.
can see in the pictures and pre-teach any new vocabulary,
using the flashcards and wall charts wherever possible. Pupils Before playing each song, look at the accompanying pictures and
then listen to the story and follow the text in the text boxes. encourage the pupils to describe what they can see. Then, play
the song for pupils to listen to. Play it again, a verse at a time.
Play the recording more than once, if necessary, and ask the Encourage pupils to join in. Play it again all the way through and
class simple comprehension questions. Encourage pupils to this time pupils should begin to join in with confidence.
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Talk about you (e.g. a true/false option) and in some exercises may then
match it to the correct picture.
Pupils work in pairs to talk about themselves, using learnt
language. As the course progresses, pupils can be encouraged Listen, point and repeat
to give more and more information about their personal Pupils look at a list of consonant or vowel sounds and listen
situations. to the letters in words that have that sound. They point then
Read and answer/Read, match and answer repeat to check their answers.
Pupils read a short passage and ask and answer the Listen, repeat and circle
comprehension questions given in the Pupils Book. You can Pupils look at a list of words that share a consonant or vowel
also use these passages as pronunciation practice by asking sound, repeat what they hear and then circle the letters in
pupils to read them aloud. In some cases, pupils are asked to words that have the given consonant or vowel sound.
match the text to pictures before answering the questions.
Read and match Read and complete/Look and complete
In this activity, pupils write a word or words to complete a
Pupils read a short passage and match elements of it with sentence, using either word prompts (the words to use in the
the correct picture. You can begin by asking them to say what exercise are provided in a box below the rubric) or picture
they can see in each picture. prompts.
Read and complete Complete and say
In these activities, pupils first read a passage and the Pupils read incomplete questions or sentences and use
incomplete sentences aloud. Then, they complete the pictures or word prompts to write complete questions or
sentences with the correct words or phrases. statements. They may then go on to answer the questions or
Read and say say the sentences.
Pupils read the incomplete sentences and complete them Complete and answer
using information that is correct for them. Pupils read the incomplete questions or sentences and use
Read, choose and say pictures or word prompts to write complete questions or
statements. They then answer the questions or say the sentences.
Pupils choose the correct alternative of two words or phrases
in a sentence. Then they say the completed sentences aloud. Complete and match
Read and say right or wrong Pupils read incomplete sentences and use word prompts to
complete them. Then they match the completed sentences to
Pupils read a short text. They then read the sentences about pictures.
the text and decide if the information is right or wrong. They
should try to correct the wrong information. Listen and repeat/Listen and repeat, then point
Projects and say
Pupils hear the words on a recording and repeat what they
Each Review unit ends with a project that is designed to take
hear to improve their pronunciation. They may then point to
up lessons 5 and 6. The projects relate to the themes of their
a picture that corresponds to what they have heard.
preceding units. The four projects in Grade 5 are:
Our special day writing a postcard about a special day; Listen and write
Do a survey about the weekend completing a survey and Pupils listen to a recording and then complete sentences
presenting the results; using the information they heard.
Write a recipe card researching and preparing a recipe
card for a meal; Look, listen and say Yes or No
When I grow up preparing and writing a text predicting Pupils listen to a recording and then complete sentences or
their own future lives and careers. answer Yes/No questions using word or picture prompts.
In each project, pupils first answer questions to decide which Look, read and match/Look and write
topic area they want to focus on in their project. They are
then given a task. Before they complete the task, they look Pupils use picture clues to correctly match two sentence
at an example project in the Pupils Book. They then prepare halves or to write sentences, or they answer questions using
for their own task, which they can complete in the next word prompts.
lesson. The final element consists of the pupils presenting
their projects to their partner and/or asking and answering Look, read and complete
questions about it. Encourage pupils to display their projects Pupils use information in tables to complete sentences.
to the class at the end.
Order and complete/Order and match
Activities and procedures: Pupils read jumbled sentences and put them in the correct
order, or they put individual words and phrases in the correct
Activity Book order to make full sentences, beginning with a capital letter
There are a number of different activity types in the Activity and ending with a full stop, and may then go on to match
Book, most of which are self-explanatory from the simple these to pictures.
rubrics. These are the most common ones: Read and answer/Read and match the
Circle and match/ Read and circle questions and answers/Read and choose
Pupils circle the correct alternative of two words in a sentence Pupils read a short text and answer comprehensive questions
about it. They then select a picture that matches the text or
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match questions with answers or sentences with pictures.
Outcomes
Complete Besides the integration of language skills, the outcomes of
Pupils complete a paragraph, a letter, a dialogue and a Action Pack 5 (New Edition) reflect a broader kind of cross-
learning log. curricular integration, in which the themes encompass various
curricular areas. Examples of interdisciplinary teaching in
Write Action Pack 5 (New Edition) include the following: talking about
Pupils write paragraphs using word and picture prompt. shapes (Pupils Book, Unit 2 Mathematics); completing a
survey (Pupils Book, Units 5 and 9 Geography), talking
Read and find the mistakes about animals and nature (Pupils Book, Units 7 and 9
Science); talking about health and nutrition (Pupils Book,
Pupils read a short text and the statements that follow. They Unit 14 Science); and talking about places in Jordan (Pupils
find and correct the mistakes in the statements. Book, Unit 17 Geography).
Read, look, draw and colour Through using TPR and the lesson teaching plans, the
course not only teaches English, but also shows pupils that
Pupils read and follow instructions to produce a drawing, language learning can be fun. As children of this age group
coloured correctly. have great enthusiasm but a limited attention span, activities
Read and order/Read and order the pictures are of a varied pace and duration, requiring short spells of
concentration followed by fun and lively tasks. At the end of
Pupils read sentences and put them in the correct order, or this grade, pupils will be able to:
they number pictures using information in a text.
Listening
Read and say/Read and write recognise the different sounds of some consonants
Pupils read and say the answers to questions or they write recognise the different sounds of some vowels
them using word prompts. follow simple oral instructions
participate in simple classroom exchanges
Trace and complete respond to questions before, during, and after
Show pupils how letter combinations are written in semi- listening
cursive handwriting by modelling on the board. Pupils write begin to make inferences when listening
the letters and then the letters within words that they know. show appreciation of rhymes and songs in English
use clues to understand new or unfamiliar words
Write when listening
Pupils write either complete sentences using word and picture take notes when listening in order to remember the
prompts or paragraphs. main idea
Speaking
Write and answer
speak clearly with a reasonable speed and volume
Pupils complete questions using word prompts and then speak about events that happened in the past
write their own answers. In other exercises they write answers ask questions and make statements in an appropriate
to comprehension questions based on a text. tone of voice (e.g. rising or falling intonation)
Write sentences use short sentences to talk with a partner or a small
group about familiar situations
Pupils write complete sentences either in answer to questions discuss own ideas and those of others about a simple
about a text, completing a conversation or using particular topic
words. sing songs and recite rhymes after listening to an
audio
Write about you
prepare and read aloud with appropriate expression a
Throughout the course, pupils will be asked to talk and short, simple passage
write about themselves, or their friends. This gives them the present a short, simple prepared speech of four or
opportunity to use the language they are learning in a truly five sentences to the class
meaningful way. If you wish, you can do these exercises orally describe processes for doing simple tasks
with the class before they attempt to write. This will help with a partner, prepare and present a short, simple
weaker pupils to carry out the task. dialogue to the class

How to use Action Pack (New Reading


recognise the use of simple prefixes and suffixes to
Edition) change the meaning of words
use context and visual clues to predict or identify the
The course uses Total Physical Response (TPR), based on meaning of unfamiliar words
the idea that initially pupils will understand and respond use print or electronic bilingual dictionaries to help
to language without actually using it. The course is graded understand unfamiliar words in reading materials
accordingly, building up from gently asking pupils to respond distinguish fact from opinion in simple reading
physically to verbal instructions, for example, Turn the page materials
or Open your books, to pupils actively using the language distinguish cause and effect in simple reading
themselves. materials
explain point of view in simple reading materials
TPR also relies on props such as flashcards, wallcharts and
realia, as well as actions, to provide a context that helps to draw an illustration based on simple reading
materials
convey meaning. Young learners love to act out situations and
express an opinion based on information from a
imagine that they are the characters in the book. This is both written source
fun, motivating and above all an excellent way of learning.
explain similarities and differences between events in
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simple reading materials and personal experiences teaching, to adapt the instruction and to plan the next
steps
Writing
locate information using headings and sub-headings Assessment may be conducted in a number of ways:
in books and magazines performance-based (demonstration, presentation)
conduct keyword searches in English electronic pencil and paper (essay, quiz, test, exam)
learning materials Refer to pages 156 to 160 to read and learn about
locate and select suitable electronic greeting cards for assessment strategies.
different occasions to exchange with friends
write an introductory sentence for a short, simple Phonics
paragraph that clearly identifies the topic of the The sounds of different consonants and vowels are
paragraph introduced in the Pupils Book with a Listen and say exercise,
write a short, simple descriptive paragraph of four or where pupils listen to and repeat the sound and then the
five sentences whole corresponding words that have this sound but using
write a simple letter or email to a friend different spellings (for example, the /eI/ sound in plane, crayon
write a short entry in a learning log and cake). These words have already been met in context and
with a partner, write a short dialogue to present to will be familiar to pupils. The sounds are then reinforced
the class with exercises in the Activity Book, where pupils complete the
use a model to plan a short, simple descriptive words concerned.
paragraph about a picture or an illustration
use and spell correctly learnt vocabulary Writing
check sources for accuracy of information
seek advice about appropriate words for specific topics The Activity Book has carefully guided activities that extend
use correct spelling, punctuation with the assistance pupils' writing ability in English. At this level, pupils are
of peers and teachers beginning to write sentences. In the Activity Book the
difficulty of the activities increases as the course progresses,
so that in the latter half of the book pupils are writing full
More about the Course sentences and short paragraphs without prompts.
Revision Most of the writing tasks can be done individually, but pupils
There are regular specific revision units, but revision is also can also check their answers with their peers and give advice
ongoing throughout the course. Each lesson begins with if necessary. Go round and check that pupils are writing well.
a task that recycles language from a previous lesson. It Give them plenty of help if necessary. Make sure that they
also ends with a task to consolidate what the pupils have are also sitting comfortably, with the book in the correct
learnt. However, the specific revision units (Reviews) recycle position: right-handed pupils tend to slope their paper
language from the previous units in a new context. In this
way, language is constantly recycled and revised, but in a new, slightly to the left while left-handed pupils slope their paper
motivating and fun way. slightly to the right. Never encourage left-handed pupils to
write with their right hand.
You can also use the Review units to monitor your pupils
progress. Make a note of any areas of weakness, and try to
allocate time to go back over the problem areas in a later lesson.
Classroom management
Throughout the course there are various activities that require
Tests pupils to work in pairs or small groups. Such activities are
At the back of the Teachers Book you will find a series of potentially motivating and useful. They offer pupils the
tests. These are designed to test the key skills of Listening, opportunity to communicate in English in class time with
Speaking, Reading and Writing. The tests check pupils the EFL teachers guidance. They also have the advantage of
knowledge of all the language from the course. You can use allowing more pupils to participate in the use of English in
these to check pupils understanding at the end of the course. contrast to a teacher-oriented EFL class.
See also Assessment below.
With a large class of enthusiastic pupils, it is very important
Assessment to keep order, especially when pupils are being encouraged
As the new curriculum in Jordan is founded on new concepts to play games and complete active tasks. Always ensure
in the field of teaching and learning, so is the assessment that noise is at an acceptable level: creative noise is fine, but
of learning. Teachers need to develop assessment strategies disruptive noise should be discouraged. Agree on a simple
whose main focus is improvement of learning. code beforehand: for example, tell pupils that if you put your
Assessment is the process of gathering information, over time finger to your lips or your hands over your ears, then the
and from a variety of sources assignments, demonstrations, noise level is too high.
projects, performances, and tests. Teachers and pupils
gather information about what pupils know (knowledge and Good luck, happy teaching and enjoy the course!
understanding), what pupils can do (skills) and what pupils
believe (values and attitudes).
Note that pupils at this level should not be assessed for
proficiency in grammar but in usage of the language.
Good assessment has the following qualities:
it follows a systematic, planned process over time;
it gathers helpful information about pupil learning in a fair
way;
it is concerned both with how the pupil learns and with the
result of the learning;
it shows progress towards outcomes, including knowledge
and skills of the subject;
it motivates pupils to learn better; and
it guides the teacher to judge the effectiveness of his/her
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Unit We usually
Hello go to the park

Lesson 1 Presentation
Remind pupils of the characters from the book. Hold up
Outcomes It is expected that pupils will: the flashcard of Ali and ask Whos this? Elicit Hes Ali. Do the

follow simple oral instructions


participate in simple classroom
same with Kareem, Laila and Samira. Give the flashcards to
different pupils in the class and tell them to pretend to be
that character. They introduce themselves to pupils in the
exchanges class: Hello, my name is Ali.
respond to questions before, during and
after listening
Show the class the flashcard theme park. Say the words. Ask


pupils to repeat after you. Then show them the words. You
use clues to understand new or read them aloud and pupils repeat again. Ask individual
unfamiliar words when listening pupils to read the words. Show some pupils the picture
speak clearly with a reasonable speed
and volume
and elicit the words. Then show some pupils the words
and ask them to read them. Ask pupils for the name of any
ask questions and give answers in an
appropriate tone of voice
theme parks they know. Do they like going there?
Repeat this procedure with the flashcard water park.


prepare and read aloud with Show the class the flashcard model plane. Ask them Do you
appropriate expression a short simple make model planes? Say that you can buy a model plane in
exchange

a toy shop. Now present the flashcard soft toy and say you
use context and visual clues to predict or can also buy soft toys in a toy shop. Ask Do you have any soft
identify meaning of unfamiliar words toys?
Structures Revision of the present simple with Now present the flashcard swing. Ask pupils Where can you
adverbs of frequency: see a swing? And elicit In the park. Ask pupils if they like going
I sometimes make model planes. on swings. Present slide. Ask pupils if there are slides in the
We always help Mum and Dad. park.
We never use the computer in the holidays. Give some information to the pupils about yourself.
Questions with How often? and the adverb Present the word family. Talk about your family. Now say
of frequency usually: I usually (play tennis on Saturdays). I usually come to school on
How often do you and Kareem go to the park? Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. Then elicit
We usually go to the park on Tuesdays and similar sentences from the pupils.
Thursdays. Now ask Do you always help your mum and dad? Pupils answer
The linking conjunction and: Yes. Now put on the board, Kareem and Samira always help
I sometimes make model planes and Samira sews their mum and dad. You help your mum and dad, too. Get pupils
soft toys for our cousins. to repeat the sentence.
The adverb too: Check their understanding with a few more questions and
I like school, too. examples, for example: I like reading. Do you like reading, too?
You have a blue jacket. He/She has a blue jacket, too.
Functions Talking about holidays and leisure activities
Expressing frequency Present the conjunction and. Say I like (tennis) and (football). I
Showing appreciation of the value of like (reading) and (watching television). Get pupils to repeat.
activities Now ask pupils what they like. Elicit sentences with and.
Showing awareness of different holiday Revise always. Say I always get up at (7 oclock). I always teach you
activities on (Mondays). What do you always do? Get pupils to tell you
what they always do.
Vocabulary a lot (n), family (n), model plane, soft toy,
Do the same with sometimes.
slide (n), swing (n), theme park, too (adv),
water park Now present usually. Explain that we use usually to talk
about something we do most days but not every day. Say
Holiday and leisure activities I usually (teach class 4) on Monday. We usually (use an audio
Topic player) in the English class. What do you usually do? Elicit some
Resources Pupils Book, page 4, Exercise 1, Listen sentences from the pupils using usually.
and read Present a lot. Say There is a lot of water in the sea. Ask Is there a
Audio, Pupils Book, Unit 1, Exercise 1 lot to do in Amman? Pupils answer Yes, there is.
Flashcards: Ali, Kareem, Laila, Samira, Present too. Say I like tennis. I like football, too. Get pupils to
model plane, slide, soft toy, swing, theme repeat.
park, water park Tell the pupils they are going to listen and read about
Kareem, Ali, Laila, and Samira and that they will be using
the new words from the flashcards.
Revision Say Are you ready for your lesson? Now ask pupils to take out
Welcome the pupils back to school and introduce yourself their books.
if necessary, saying My name is Mr/Mrs/Miss .
Ask a few pupils to introduce their neighbour. Ask Who is
this? and elicit Hes/Shes

Unit 1
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Pupils Book, Page 4, Exercise 1
Audioscript
Say Open your books at page 4. You do this at the same time
1.
to remind pupils what to do.
Ali: What do you and Samira do in the school
Ask the pupils to look at the pictures. Ask pupils which holidays?
characters they can see (Laila, Samira, Ali, Kareem and the Kareem: I sometimes make model planes and Samira
mother). Ask What places can you see in the picture? (a park, sews soft toys for our cousins. We always
a water park). Encourage the pupils to say what else they help Mum and Dad. We never use the
can see in the pictures (a model plane, a soft toy, a swing, computer in the holidays. We usually go to
slides, a football). the park with our family.
Ask pupils to listen to the recording and follow the words 2.
as they listen. Laila: How often do you and Kareem go to the
Play the recording for the pupils again. Pause after each park?
sentence for the pupils to repeat as a class. Ask individuals Samira: We usually go to the park on Tuesdays and
to repeat. Thursdays. Kareem usually plays football
Ask pupils some questions: Who sometimes makes model and I usually play on the swings.
planes in the school holidays? (Kareem.) What does Samira 3.
sometimes do in the school holidays? (She sews soft toys for their Kareem: We sometimes go to the theme park or to
cousins.) What do Samira and Kareem always do in the school the water park. We like the slides at the
holidays? (They always help their mum and dad.) Do they like the water park.
slides? (Yes, they do.) Do they usually go to the park? (Yes, they do.) Samira: We usually go to the water park once in the
How often do they go to the park? (They usually go on Tuesdays and holidays.
Thursdays.) What do they usually do in the park? (Kareem usually 4.
plays football and Samira usually plays on the swings.) How often Laila: Theres a lot to do in the holidays and its
do they go to the water park? (They usually go to the water park always fun!
once in the holidays.) What do they never do? (They never use the Samira: I like school, too. Are you ready for school
computer.) Are they ready for school tomorrow? (Yes, they are.) tomorrow?
Put pupils in groups of four. They will be Kareem, Samira, Laila: Yes, I am. See you tomorrow!
Ali and Laila. Play the recording to the class and ask the
pupils to read out loud with their character.
Pupils then practise the dialogue in their groups. Further practice
In pairs, pupils ask each other How often do you go to the park?
Unit
Walk round the class as they are practising. Make a note

1
of any mistakes and go over them as a class when they
We usually go to the park have finished, without saying who made the mistakes. It is
important for pupils to learn from their mistakes, but you
1 Listen and read do not want to embarrass pupils who may be discouraged
1 2
from speaking freely next time.
Ask a few pupils How often does your partner go to the park?
Elicit suitable answers.
End the lesson
Tell the students they have done well and they can practise
the language more in the next lessons. Say Goodbye and
encourage them to reply Goodbye (name).
Ali: What do you and Samira do in the Laila: How often do you and Kareem
school holidays? go to the park?
Kareem: I sometimes make model planes Samira: We usually go to the park
and Samira sews soft toys for our cousins. on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Kareem
We always help Mum and Dad. We never use usually plays football and I usually
the computer in the holidays. We usually play on the swings.
go to the park with our family.
3
4

Laila: Theres a lot to do in the


Kareem: We sometimes go to the theme park
holidays and its always fun!
or to the water park. We like the slides at the
water park. Samira: I like school, too. Are you
ready for school tomorrow?
Samira: We usually go to the water park once
in the holidays. Laila: Yes, I am. See you tomorrow!
4

Unit 1
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Kareem usually plays on the swings. (No, Samira usually
Lesson 2

plays on the swings.)


Samira and Kareem always go to the water park once in the
Outcomes It is expected that pupils will:

holidays.
follow simple oral instructions (No, Samira and Kareem usually go to the water park once
recognise the different sounds of some in the holidays.)
consonants and vowels
respond to questions before, during and
after listening
Samira and Kareem usually use the computer in the holidays.
(No, Samira and Kareem never use the computer in the

use clues to understand new or


unfamiliar words when listening
holidays.)
Theres a lot to do in the holidays and its sometimes fun.

pronounce short, simple English words


correctly
(No, theres a lot to do in the holidays and its always fun.)
Ask Do they like the holidays? Do they like school, too? (Yes, they
read aloud with appropriate expression a
short simple exchange
do.)
Write the new words on the board: a lot, family, model

use context and visual clues to predict or plane, soft toy, slide, swing, theme park, too, water park.
identify meaning of unfamiliar words

Point to the different words and ask individuals to
distinguish questions and answers in a read them aloud. Make sure the stress as well as the
dialogue

Structures
use and spell correctly learnt vocabulary
Revision of the present simple with adverbs
pronunciation is accurate. Play the recording if needed.
Activity Book, Page 4, Exercise 1
of frequency: Ask pupils to open their Activity Books at page 4 and look
I sometimes make model planes. at Exercise 1.
We always help Mum and Dad. Explain that they have to complete the sentences with the
We never use the computer in the holidays. correct words and then match them to the correct pictures.
Questions with How often? and the adverb Remind them to write the words correctly.
of frequency usually:
How often do you and Kareem go to the park? Pupils can work in pairs to complete the exercise. Ask them
We usually go to the park on Tuesdays and to practise reading each completed sentence aloud.
Thursdays. Choose pairs to read out the sentences and check the
The linking conjunction and: answers as a class.
I sometimes make model planes and Samira sews
soft toys for our cousins. Answers
The adverb too: 1. go, picture c 2. always; and, picture a
I like school, too. 3. make; help, picture b
Functions Talking about holidays and leisure activities Activity Book, Page 4, Exercise 2
Expressing frequency
Judging the order of sentences Ask pupils to look at Exercise 2.
Holiday and leisure activities Explain that there are two dialogues, but they are not in the
Topic correct order. Pupils have to number the sentences in the
Pupils Book, page 4, Exercise 1, Listen correct order.
Resources

and read Pupils can work in pairs to complete the exercise. Ask them
Activity Book, page 4, Exercise 1, Write to practise reading each completed sentence aloud.
and match Choose pairs to read out the dialogues and check the
Activity Book, page 4, Exercise 2, Read answers as a class.
and order
Audio, Pupils Book, Unit 1, Exercise 1 Answers
Flashcards: Ali, Kareem, Laila, Samira, 1.
model plane, soft toy, swing, theme park, 1. A: What do you usually do in the holidays?
water park 2. B: I do lots of things. I sometimes play football in the
park.
Revision 3. A: Does your sister go to the park too?
Show the class the flashcards from lesson 1 and ask if they 4. B: Yes, she does. She likes the swings.
can name the people and things shown on the cards. Guide 2.
pupils to pronounce the words correctly. 1. A: How often do you go to the theme park?
2. B: We always go to the theme park in the school
Write always, sometimes, usually, never on the board. Then ask holidays.
further questions, e.g. How often do you make model planes? 3. A: Do your mum and dad go too?
How often do you go to a water park? Encourage them to use 4. B: Yes, they do.
always, sometimes, usually, never in their answers.
Pupils Book, Page 4, Exercise 1 Classroom Assessment
Put pupils into groups of four. Ask them to open their With reference to Lessons 1 and 2, pupils can:
books and to practise the dialogue.
When they have finished, give pupils incorrect statements Scoring criteria Good Fair Poor
about the story for them to correct. For example: demonstrate understanding of spoken
Samira sometimes makes model planes in the holidays. words in simple instructions, exchanges and
(No, Kareem sometimes makes model planes in the presentations
holidays.) pronounce short, simple English words and
Samira and Kareem sometimes help Mum and Dad. phrases correctly
(No, Samira and Kareem always help Mum and Dad.) use reading strategies to understand simple
Samira and Kareem usually go to the park on Mondays and reading material
Fridays. use and spell correctly learnt vocabulary Unit 1
(No, they usually go to the park on Tuesdays and Thursdays.)
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End the lesson Answers
Ask the pupils to look at the story in the Pupils Book and How often do Kareem and Samira make model planes
to think of a question they can ask about. and sew soft toys in the holidays? They sometimes make
Pupils then take turns to ask their questions. Other pupils model planes and sew soft toys in the holidays.
can put their hands up if they know the answer, and any of How often do Kareem and Samira go to the park in the
the other pupils can then say if the answer is correct or not. holidays? They usually go to the park in the holidays.
Ask pupils to read the story again at home and to make How often do Kareem and Samira help Mum and Dad
sure they understand all the new words. in the holidays? They always help Mum and Dad in the
holidays.
How often do Kareem and Samira go to the water park in
the holidays? They sometimes go to the water park in the
Lesson 3 holidays.
How often do Kareem and Samira go to the theme park
Outcomes It is expected that pupils will: in the holidays? They sometimes go to the theme park in
follow simple oral instructions
ask questions and give answers in an
the holidays.
How often do Kareem and Samira play on the swings
appropriate tone of voice in the holidays? They usually play on the swings in the
use reading strategies to understand
simple informational and reading
holidays.
How often do Kareem and Samira use a mobile in the
material classroom? They never use a mobile in the classroom.
Structures Revision of the present simple with adverbs
of frequency:
2 Look and say
They sometimes make model planes and sew soft
toys in the holidays.
How often?
sometimes usually always never
Questions with How often? and the adverb of make model planes
frequency sometimes: and sew soft toys
go to the park
How often do Kareem and Samira make model help Mum and Dad
planes and sew soft toys in the holidays? go to the water park
They sometimes make model planes and sew soft go to the theme park
toys in the holidays. play on the swings
The linking conjunction and: use a mobile in the
classroom
They sometimes make model planes and sew soft
toys in the holidays.
Functions Talking about leisure activities How often do
Expressing frequency Kareem and Samira
They sometimes
make model planes
make model
Topic Holiday and leisure activities and sew soft toys in
planes and sew
the holidays?
soft toys in the
holidays.
Resources Pupils Book, page 5, Exercise 2, Look and
say 3 Talk about you
How often do you go to a
Activity Book, page 5, Exercise 3, go to a museum go to the
museum in the holidays?
market help your mum and dad
Complete and answer paint pictures go to the park
go to a water park make model
planes sew a soft toy
Revision go swimming visit your
grandparents go to
Write always, sometimes, usually and never on the board. Point the library go to the sports
to each word and make a sentence for each one, e.g. I centre use a computer
always eat bread for breakfast. I sometimes drink milk. I usually visit a castle

come to school by car. I never run in the classroom.


Now elicit similar sentences from the pupils. Point to each I sometimes go to a
museum in the holidays.
adverb of frequency and get pupils to make a sentence
5
using it.
Pupils Book, Page 5, Exercise 2 Activity Book, Page 5, Exercise 3
Ask pupils to open their books and look at the table. Ask pupils to look at the table in their Activity Books.
Explain that the table shows information about the Explain that they need to complete each question using
children in lesson 1. It shows what they do down the left- the word prompts in brackets. Then they need to tick the
hand side of the table, while the ticks show how often they answer that is correct for them.
do it.
Pupils can work in pairs to complete the questions.
Ask two pupils to read the example exchange. Then ask
Then, still in pairs, one pupil can ask the completed
other pupils to do the same for the second item in the

question and the other can answer using a tick. For


table (go to the park). When you are sure they understand
example: How often does your mum cook a meal? My mum usually
the task, pupils can continue the task in pairs.
cooks a meal.
Monitor as they are working. Choose pupils to say the
sentences in front of the class to check the answers.
Answers
1. do you have
2. do you help
Unit 1 3. do you and your friends go
4. does your mum cook
18 5. do you use
End the lesson Choose different pairs of pupils to say the sentences in
front of the class to check the answers.
Ask pupils to look at the table in Exercise 2. Tell pupils
you will say an adverb of frequency and they will make a Further practice
sentence that is correct. For example, you say:
Remind pupils of those activities that they suggested at the
usually (They usually go to the park./They usually play on the
beginning of the lesson, which they can see on the board.
swings.) Pupils can now ask how often they do these activities in
sometimes (They sometimes make model planes and sew soft toys./ their pairs.
They sometimes go to the water park./They sometimes go to the
theme park.) Activity Book, Page 5, Exercise 4
always (They always help Mum and Dad.) Remind pupils of the table they completed in Exercise 3 in
never (They never use the mobile in the classroom.) the last lesson. They will now use the completed table to
If you wish, ask pupils to continue with the game in the write sentences based on the ticked answers.
same way in pairs. Pupils can work individually. Go round and monitor their
work. Make sure they are spelling the words correctly.
Lesson 4
Answers
Outcomes It is expected that pupils will: Pupils own answers
participate in simple classroom
exchanges
use short sentences to talk with a partner
about familiar situations
End the lesson
Play a guessing game. Make a sentence about yourself


with a partner, prepare and present a using an adverb of frequency. Pupils guess if the sentence
short, simple dialogue to the class is true or false. For example: I always have breakfast in the
use reading strategies to understand
simple reading material
kitchen. (True.) I usually drink tea in the evening. (False.) I
sometimes read a book in bed. (True.)
write simple sentences on familiar topics
use and spell correctly learnt vocabulary
If you have time, get pupils to continue the game in pairs.

Structures Revision of the present simple with adverbs Lesson 5


of frequency:
I sometimes go to a museum in the holidays.
Questions with How often? and the adverb of Outcomes It is expected that pupils will:
frequency sometimes:
How often do you go to a museum in the
demonstrate understanding of spoken
words in simple instructions, exchanges
holidays? and presentations
I sometimes go to a museum in the holidays. pronounce short, simple English words
and phrases correctly
Functions Talking about leisure activities
Expressing frequency participate in short, simple exchanges
use context and visual clues to predict or
Topic Holiday and leisure activities identify meaning of unfamiliar words

Resources Pupils Book, page 5, Exercise 3, Talk demonstrate understanding of simple


informational material, a diary
about you
Activity Book, page 5, Exercise 4, Write Structures The present simple with adverbs of
your answers frequency:
We always go on special trips in the holidays. We
Revision sometimes go to the theme park. We usually eat
in a restaurant.
Ask pupils what they do in the holidays. Elicit as many The adverb too:
activities from them as you can, for example: go to the beach, We usually go to the water park, too.
visit grandparents. Write their suggestions on the board as
you can refer to these later in the lesson. Functions Talking about leisure activities
Expressing frequency
Pupils Book, Page 5, Exercise 3 Judging the truth of sentences
Explain that the pupils are now going to talk about
themselves. Ask them to look at the list of activities in Vocabulary along (adv)
the book. Get pupils to read each item in the list aloud Holiday and leisure activities
and check they understand them. Help them with any Topic
vocabulary. Pupils Book, page 6, Exercise 4, Read and
Resources
Now explain that you want pupils to find out how often match
their partners do each activity. Get a pair of pupils to read Pupils Book, page 6, Exercise 5, Read,
the example exchange in the book. Make sure they ask the choose and say
question using the right intonation. Activity Book, page 6, Exercise 5, Read
Now get another pair to ask a question about another and match
activity in the list, e.g. How often do you go to the market in the Activity Book, page 6, Exercise 6, Read
holidays? Make sure the other pupil answers using an adverb and circle
of frequency.
Pupils then work in pairs to ask and answer questions
about each activity in the list. Unit 1
Monitor as they are working.
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Revision
Ask pupils to look at page 4. Tell pupils you are going to 4 Read and match

say a sentence. They must name the person. For example,


We always go on special trips in the holidays. (1) We sometimes go
He usually plays football in the park. Pupils answer Its Kareem.
to the theme park. (2) We usually go to the water park, too.
Make further sentences, e.g. She sews soft toys for her cousins. You can swim and ride in a small boat along a river. (3) We
(Its Samira). She always has fun in the holidays. (Its Laila.) She usually eat in a restaurant. (4) We always visit our grandparents
usually plays on the swings in the park. (Its Samira.) She is ready in the holidays. They usually take us to a museum.
for school tomorrow. (Its Laila.) They always help their mum and Kareem
dad. (Its Kareem and Samira.)
a
Revise never. Ask pupils How often do you go to school on b
Fridays? and elicit We never go to school on Fridays.
Ask pupils What do you never do in the school holidays? Get
pupils to answer, for example: I never go to bed early in the
holidays.
Presentation
c
Present along. Draw a road on the board with an arrow up
the middle and ask pupils What can go along a road? and elicit d
A car/bike etc. Now do the same with a river: What can go
along a river? and elicit A boat.
Say A car goes along a road. Get pupils to repeat. Then say A
boat goes along a river. Get pupils to repeat.
Write the two sentences on the board and ask pupils to 5 Read, choose and say
read them aloud. 1 The family never / always go on special trips in the
holidays / winter.

Pupils Book, Page 6, Exercise 4 2 They sometimes / usually go to the theme park.
3 At the water park, you can ride in a small
Ask pupils to open their books and to look at the photos. boat / car along a street / river.
4 Their friends / grandparents usually take
Ask them to describe what they can see. Elicit the words them to the water park / museum.
The family always
go on special trips in
water park, museum, theme park, restaurant. Ask pupils how the holidays.
6
often they go to these places and elicit some answers,
e.g. I usually go to a museum in the holidays. Guide pupils
to pronounce short, simple English words and phrases
correctly. Pupils Book, Page 6, Exercise 5
Now ask pupils to read a diary quietly to themselves. They Pupils work in pairs to choose the correct words to
can ask you to help them if they do not understand any complete the sentences. Monitor as they are working.
words. Ask pupils to read the correct sentences aloud to check
Read the text to them and then ask a few pupils to read a their answers.
sentence each. Check their pronunciation of multi-syllabic
words (special, holidays, usually, restaurant, grandparents, Answers
museum, etc) and check they have a stress on the first
syllable except for museum, which has a stress on the 1. always; holidays
second syllable. 2. sometimes
Now ask pupils to look carefully at the photos and match 3. boat; river
them to the correct numbered sentences in the text. Check 4. grandparents; museum
answers as a class.
Activity Book, Page 6, Exercise 5
Answers Ask pupils to look at the pictures in the Activity Book and
1. c to describe what they can see.
2. a Ask pupils to read each sentence aloud.
3. d Pupils can work in pairs to read the sentences and match
4. b them to the correct picture.
Check answers as a class.

Answers
1. c
2. e
3. a
4. d
5. b

Unit 1
20
Activity Book, Page 6, Exercise 6 Revision
Explain to the pupils that they must now decide if the Ask pupils what they usually/sometimes/always/never do at
sentences that refer to the previous exercise are right or wrong. the weekend. Pupils answer using an adverb of frequency.
Read the first sentence and the example answer as a class.
Pupils can work individually or in pairs to complete the Pupils Book, Page 7, Exercise 6
task. Ask pupils to look at the pictures in the Pupils Book. Play
Pupils can read each sentence aloud and the answer to the recording. Pupils repeat the sound and the word as a
check their answers. class. Invite individuals to say the word. Repeat with the
second and third pictures. Make sure they pronounce the
Answers words correctly.
Ask pupils to repeat the /eI/ sound after you.
1. Yes
2. No (The grandparents take him.)
3. Yes Audioscript
4. No (He always plays on the swings.) /eI/, /eI/: plane, holiday, cake
5. No (They sometimes help to prepare a meal.)
Pupils Book, Page 7, Exercise 7
End the lesson Ask pupils to look at the activities listed in the Pupils
Ask pupils questions about their holidays, e.g. Do you like Book. Get pupils to read each one aloud and check they
the school holidays? Do you always visit your grandparents? Do they understand all the vocabulary.
take you to the park? What do you usually do in the park? Do you Explain that they are going to listen to someone talking
eat in a restaurant? Pupils answer. about what their cousins do in the holidays. They need to
listen and tick the activities they hear mentioned.
Lesson 6 Play the audio through once. Pupils listen only, and do not
write. Ask pupils to tell you what they understood.
Outcomes Now play the audio again and pupils tick the activities they
It is expected that pupils will:
recognise the sound of some vowels
respond to questions before, during and
hear.
Let them compare their answers with a partner. Check
answers as a class.
after listening
use clues (pictures) to understand new or
unfamiliar words when listening Audioscript
pronounce short, simple English words
correctly
Ahmad: Look, Nader. I have an email from my cousins
Tareq and Amal. They always write on Fridays.
use words and short sentences to
participate in short, simple exchanges Nader:
They live in a big city in Australia.
What do your cousins do in the holidays?
use reading strategies to understand
simple reading material
Ahmad: They usually go to the park with their mum and
dad in the evening. They sometimes go to the
use and spell correctly learnt vocabulary
trace words and a sentence
sports centre. They sometimes play basketball
or play volleyball.
The present simple with adverbs of Nader: Do they have special trips in the holidays?
Structures Ahmad: Yes, they do. They usually go to the beach in
frequency always, sometimes, usually, never:
the holidays. They usually have a picnic on the
They always write an email on Fridays. They beach. They sometimes go to the planetarium
sometimes go to the sports centre. They usually in the holidays. They can see the planets and
have a picnic on the beach. They never visit me. the stars in the planetarium. They like visiting
Questions with How often? and the museums. They usually visit the museums in
conjunction and: their city in the holidays.
How often do Tareq and Amal write an email? Nader: Is there a theme park or a water park in their
Functions Talking about leisure activities city?
Expressing frequency Ahmad: Yes, there is. There is a big theme park.
They sometimes go to the theme park in the
Topic Holiday and leisure activities holidays.
Nader: How often do they visit you?
Resources Pupils Book, page 7, Exercise 6, Listen
Ahmad: They never visit me. But we visited them last
and say year!
Pupils Book, page 7, Exercise 7, Listen
and tick
Pupils Book, page 7, Exercise 8, Ask and Answers
answer
Activity Book, page 7, Exercise 7, Listen write an email

and complete go to the theme park

Activity Book, page 7, Exercise 8, Trace, go to the park

copy and complete go to the sports centre

Activity Book, page 7, Exercise 9, play basketball

Complete play volleyball

Audio, Pupils Book, Unit 1, Exercise 6 have a picnic

Audio, Pupils Book, Unit 1, Exercise 7 go to the planetarium

Audio, Activity Book, Unit 1, Exercise 7 visit the museums


Unit 1
21
Now do the same for each word, pausing after each one to
6 Listen and say allow pupils time to write the missing sound.
Check the answers as a class. Get pupils to say each word
aloud and make sure they pronounce the /eI/ sound
correctly. Point out the different spelling patterns for the
same sound.

Audioscript
plane holiday cake
plane
7 Listen and tick
holiday
write
an email
play train
tennis
go to the eight
go to
theme park
the park go to the grey
planetarium

go to the visit
sports centre Ahmad play
basketball Answers
have
a picnic
play
volleyball
plane holiday train eight grey
visit the go to a
museums water park

Activity Book, Page 7, Exercise 8


8 Ask and answer Pupils now have the opportunity to practise writing two
How often do Tareq and
never Amal write an email? words plane and train and the sentence with the two words
sometimes I make model planes and trains. Give them time to trace and
usually
always complete the words.
Go round and monitor their work and offer help where
necessary.
Activity Book, Page 7, Exercise 9
They always write an
email on Fridays.
Ask pupils to read the gapped sentences silently.
7
Explain that they need to complete each sentence with an
adverb of frequency which is correct for them.
Give them time to complete the sentences individually. Go
Pupils Book, Page 7, Exercise 8

round and monitor their work and offer help as necessary.


Explain that pupils are going to ask and answer questions Make sure they spell the words correctly.
about the conversation they heard in Exercise 7 using Ask a few pupils to read their completed sentences to
adverbs of frequency and the activities they ticked in check their work.
the previous task. First, ask a pair of pupils to read the
example to the class.
Answers
Pupils work in pairs and complete the task. You can play
the audio again if necessary. Pupils own answers
Monitor as they are working and check answers as a class.

Answers
Classroom Assessment
With reference to Unit 1, pupils can:
How often do Tareq and Amal go to the theme park?
They sometimes go to the theme park. Scoring criteria Good Fair Poor
How often do Tareq and Amal go to the park? They use clues to understand new or unfamiliar
usually go to the park (in the evening). words when listening
How often do Tareq and Amal go to the sports centre? demonstrate understanding of spoken
They sometimes go to the sports centre. words in simple instructions, exchanges and
presentations
How often do Tareq and Amal play basketball? They
pronounce short, simple English words and
sometimes play basketball.
phrases correctly
How often do Tareq and Amal play volleyball? They use short sentences to talk with a partner
sometimes play volleyball. about familiar situations
How often do Tareq and Amal have a picnic? They use context and visual clues to predict or
usually have a picnic (on the beach). identify meaning of unfamiliar words
How often do Tareq and Amal go to the planetarium ? demonstrate understanding of simple
They sometimes go to the planetarium. informational material
How often do Tareq and Amal visit the museums? They use and spell correctly learnt vocabulary
usually visit the museums.
write simple sentences on familiar topics

Activity Book, Page 7, Exercise 7


Ask pupils to look at page 7 of the Activity Book. Explain
End the lesson
that pupils are going to listen and complete each word, Congratulate the pupils on their hard work in Unit 1 and
which all have the /eI/ sound. remind them how much they have learnt already. Tell them
Play the audio, stopping after the first word (plane), as an that they will have the opportunity to practise the language
Unit 1 they have learnt in the next lesson.
example.
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Unit The moon
Hellowas a circle

Lesson 1 Hold up a large square of paper and ask What shape is this?
Say Its a square. Ask pupils to repeat. Now fold the paper in
Outcomes It is expected that pupils will: half and ask What shape is it now? Elicit Its a rectangle. Say, It
respond to questions before, during and
after listening
was a square. Now its a rectangle. Get pupils to repeat.
Do the same with another piece of paper but this time,

use clues (flashcards) to understand new fold it from corner to corner to make two triangles. Elicit
or unfamiliar words when listening or present It was a square. Now its a triangle. Get pupils to
begin to make inferences when listening
pronounce short, simple English words
repeat.
Use the piece of paper to present the word side. Ask How
correctly many sides does the square have? (It has four.) Does a triangle have
use context and visual clues to predict or
identify meaning of unfamiliar words
four sides? (No, it has three.)
Present equal. Draw a square on the board and say The
square has four equal sides. Pupils repeat. Do the same with a
Structures Revision of the past simple of the verb to be:
rectangle and ask Does a rectangle have four equal sides? Pupils
Today, our Maths lesson was about shapes.
answer No, it doesnt.
Comparison of the past simple with the
present simple: Pupils Book, Page 8, Exercise 1
Last night, the moon was the shape of a circle. Ask pupils to open their books and to look at the pictures.
Look! The sun is the shape of a circle! For each picture, ask What shapes can you see? Elicit the
The conjunction and: answers.
Here are my ruler and my school books. Now ask the pupils to listen to the recording to check their
Functions Talking about the past answers. They read the words as they listen.
Comparing and contrasting the past with Play the recording again. Pause after each sentence for
the present pupils to repeat as a class. Help them to make inferences
Listening and matching text with pictures as they listen.
Identifying shapes Ask questions to check their understanding: What was
Vocabulary circle (n), equal, hexagon, now (adv), picture Kareems Maths lesson about? (It was about shapes.) What was
the shape of a circle last night? (The moon.) What is the shape of
(n), rectangle, shape (n), side (n), square (n),
a circle now? (The sun.) Is the clock a square? (No, it is a circle,
triangle too.) What shape is Kareems ruler? (Its a rectangle.) Does it have
Topic Objects and shapes equal sides? (No, it has two long sides and two short sides.) Is the
cake a rectangle now? (No.) Was it a rectangle? (Yes, it was.) Does
Resources Pupils Book, page 8, Exercise 1, Listen the stamp have four equal sides? (Yes.) Is it a square? (Yes, it is.)
and read What shape is Mums watch? (Its a square.) Is Kareems tent a
Audio, Pupils Book, Unit 2, Exercise 1 circle? (No, its a triangle.) Where was Kareem yesterday afternoon?
Flashcards: circle, hexagon, picture, (He was in his tent.) What are hexagons? (The shapes on Kareems
rectangle, shapes, square, triangle football.)
Three large squares of paper

Revision
Write the word Maths on the board. Ask pupils if they like
maths. Then ask Do you have Maths on Fridays? and elicit No,
we never have Maths on Fridays.
Ask How often do you have Maths? and elicit answers that use
adverbs of frequency, e.g. We always have Maths on (Mondays
and Wednesdays).
Presentation
Use the flashcards to present the words shape, circle, hexagon,
triangle, rectangle. Get pupils to repeat each of the words
after you. Guide them to pronounce them correctly.
Hold up the flashcards for one shape, e.g. a circle, and ask
pupils to point to objects in the class that are this shape,
e.g. a clock. Do the same for the other shapes (There may
not be objects for all of these. If there are none, encourage
pupils to say, I cant see a.).
Now hold up an object in the class, for example a book,
and say What shape is it? Elicit a correct answer, Its a
rectangle. Revise the word square, then do the same with
other objects that are a circle, triangle, rectangle or square.
Use the flashcard to revise the word picture. Get pupils to
repeat. Then ask, What shape is the picture? Pupils answer.
Unit 2
23
Unit Lesson 2
2 The moon was a circle
Outcomes It is expected that pupils will:
1
1
Listen and read
2 demonstrate understanding of spoken
words in simple instructions, exchanges
and presentations
respond to questions before, during and
after listening
pronounce short, simple English words
and phrases correctly
speak clearly with a reasonable speed
and volume
Kareem: Today, our Maths lesson was
Kareem: Here are my ruler and my school
books. They are rectangles. They have
two long sides and two short sides. use reading strategies to understand
simple reading materials

about shapes. Last night, the moon was
the shape of a circle. Look! The sun is the Samira: Yes, and look! Dads newspaper is
shape of a circle! a rectangle and our cake was a rectangle, use print or electronic bilingual
too!
Samira:
mira: LLook at the clock. It is a circle, too! dictionaries to help understand
3 4
unfamiliar words
use and spell correctly learnt vocabulary

Structures Revision of the past simple of the verb to be:


Ali was at school yesterday.
Comparison of the past simple with the
present simple:
Last night, the moon was the shape of a circle!
Look! The sun is the shape of a circle!
Kareem: Look, my tent is a triangle! I
was in my tent yesterday afternoon.
The conjunction and:
Kareem: A square has four equal sides. This
stamp is a square. Samira: Yes, and look at your football! Here are my ruler and my school books.
What are the shapes on it?
Samira: This picture is a square.
Mum: My watch is a square, too!
Kareem: They are hexagons! There are Functions Talking about the past
lots of shapes all around us every day!
8 Comparing and contrasting the past with
the present
Identifying shapes
Acquiring awareness of existence of shapes
Audioscript in places
1. Topic Objects and shapes
Kareem: Today, our Maths lesson was about shapes.
Last night, the moon was the shape of a Resources Pupils Book, page 8, Exercise 1, Listen
circle. Look! The sun is the shape of a circle! and read
Samira: Look at the clock. It is a circle, too! Activity Book, page 8, Exercise 1, Circle
2. and match
Kareem: Here are my ruler and my school books. They Activity Book, page 8, Exercise 2,
are rectangles. They have two long sides and Complete
two short sides. Audio, Pupils Book, Unit 2, Exercise 1
Samira: Yes, and look! Dads newspaper is a Flashcards: circle, hexagon, picture,
rectangle and our cake was a rectangle, too! rectangle, shape, triangle
3.
Kareem: A square has four equal sides. This stamp is
a square. Revision
Samira: This picture is a square. Hold up the flashcards and elicit the words for each item.
Mum: My watch is a square, too! Ask students to look round the classroom and ask them
4. What is a square? Pupils point to or say things that are a
Kareem: Look, my tent is a triangle! I was in my tent square. Do the same with a circle, triangle and rectangle.
yesterday afternoon.
Samira: Yes, and look at your football! What are the
shapes on it?
Kareem: They are hexagons! There are lots of shapes
all around us every day!

End the lesson


Ask pupils to see how many shapes they can find in their
homes after school. They can tell you in the next lesson.

Unit 2
24
Pupils Book, Page 8, Exercise 1 Lesson 3
Ask pupils to open their books at page 8 and to tell you
what they can remember about the story. Outcomes It is expected that pupils will:

Play the recording to the class again while they read.


Ask pupils some comprehension questions, e.g. Was follow simple oral instructions
demonstrate understanding of spoken
Kareems Maths lesson about the moon? (No, it was about shapes.) words in simple presentations
Is the moon the shape of a circle today? (No, it was the shape of a
circle last night.) Are Kareems school books squares? (No, they are use short, simple English words and
phrases correctly
rectangles.) What shape is Dads newspaper? (It is a rectangle.)
Is the picture a hexagon? (No, it is a square.) What are hexagons? pronounce short, simple English words
and phrases correctly
(The shapes on Kareems football.) Does a hexagon have four sides?
(No, it has six.) demonstrate understanding of simple
informational material
Encourage pupils to use a bilingual dictionary to help
understand the new words. Let them share with the whole
class. Structures
use and spell correctly learnt vocabulary
Revision of the present simple of to be and
Put pupils into groups of three to practise reading to have:
the story. Monitor as they are reading, checking their Its a square. A square has four equal sides.
pronunciation. Go over any problems as a class when they
have finished. Functions Identifying shapes
Topic Objects and shapes
Activity Book, Page 8, Exercise 1
Ask pupils to open their Activity Books at page 8. Resources Pupils Book, page 9, Exercise 2, Listen,
Explain that they need to look at the pictures and read the choose and say
sentences to decide if it is about the past or the present. Activity Book, page 9, Exercise 3, Read
Pupils circle the correct word in each sentence. Do the and write Yes or No
example as a class. Audio, Pupils Book, Unit 2, Exercise 2
Pupils can work in pairs to complete the task.
Flashcards: circle, hexagon, rectangle,
triangle
Check answers as a class.
Revision
Answers
Play a memory game. Show pupils the flashcards of the
1. was, picture b four shapes: a circle, hexagon, rectangle and triangle. Now
2. was, picture a place the cards face down on the desk in front of you and
3. was, picture c move them around. Ask a pupil to come up and point to
4. were, picture e the card that is a circle. See if the pupil is correct. If he or
5. are, picture d she is not, ask a different pupil to do the same. Continue
with the other two shapes until pupils have found all three.
Activity Book, Page 8, Exercise 2 Now hold up each flashcard, e.g. the rectangle. Ask How
many sides does it have? Pupils answer It has four. Then ask
Ask pupils to look at the pictures and the gapped Are the sides equal? Pupils answer No. Do the same with the
sentences. Explain that they need to complete the other shapes. (Note that a circle has no sides.)
sentences using the words in the box (they do not need to
name all the items in the pictures).
Pupils can do the task individually. They can then compare
Pupils Book, Page 9, Exercise 2
their answers in pairs. Ask pupils to open their books and look at the five shapes
Go over the task as a class. Make sure they use the past in the book. Explain that they will hear a description of
tenses in sentences 5 and 6. each shape, but they will not hear the name of the shape.
They need to listen and answer the question about each
shape. Encourage them to take notes as they listen, as this
Answers will help them answer. Offer help to pronounce the words
1. was; square and phrase correctly.
2. is; rectangle Play the first description as an example, and get them to
3. are triangles read the sample answer in the book.
4. is; hexagon Now play the audio right through. Pupils can compare
5. were squares their answers in pairs.
6. was; circle Play the audio a second time for them to check their
answers.
Check answers as a class.
End the lesson

Ask Is it hot today? Was it hot yesterday? Pupils answer.

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Further practice
2 Listen, choose and say
In pairs, pupils name the ten shapes. Check their answers
a as a class.
c
b
End the lesson
Hold up the flashcards and make true or false sentences
d about each shape. For example, hold up the flashcard of
Its a square. A square the square and say It has three sides. Pupils answer No.
e has four equal sides.
Do this with each shape.

3 Look and say


Lesson 4
Outcomes It is expected that pupils will:
2
demonstrate understanding of spoken
words in simple instructions, exchanges
presentations
1 pronounce short, simple English words
and phrases correctly
It was six squares,
but now it is a box.
use words and short sentences to
participate in short, simple exchanges
with a partner, prepare and present a
short, simple dialogue to the class
ask questions and give answers in an
appropriate tone of voice
3
Its number 2. use reading strategies to understand
simple reading material

Structures Comparison of the past simple with the


9
present simple:
It was six squares, but now it is a box.
The conjunction but:
It was six squares, but now it is a box.
Audioscript
1. Functions Identifying shapes
It has four equal sides. Which shape is it? Comparing and contrasting the past with
2. the present
It has six equal sides. Which shape is it?
3. Topic Objects and shapes
It has three sides. Which shape is it?
4. Resources Pupils Book, page 9, Exercise 3, Look
It has no sides. Which shape is it? and say
5.
Activity Book, page 9, Exercise 4, Look
It has two equal long sides and two equal short sides. and say
Which shape is it? Photocopiable Extra Practice Worksheet
1, page 166
A square shaped paper

Answers
1. Its a square. (a) 2. Its a hexagon. (e)
Revision
3. Its a triangle. (b) 4. Its a circle. (d) Draw five shapes on the board: a square, rectangle, circle,
5. Its a rectangle. (c) hexagon and triangle. Describe one of the shapes to the
class without naming it. For example, say It has no sides.
Pupils guess, Its a circle. Do the same for each shape.
Activity Book, Page 9, Exercise 3 Presentation
Ask pupils to open their Activity Books and to look at
Exercise 3. Present but. Hold up a square of paper and elicit Its a
square. Now fold it in half and elicit Its a rectangle. Now say
Read the two examples with the class and check that they It was a square, but now its a rectangle. Pupils repeat. Write the
understand the task. sentence on the board and underline but.
Pupils can work in pairs to complete the task. Do the same but fold the square from corner to corner to
Check answers as a class. make two triangles. Elicit the sentence It was a square, but
now its two triangles.
Answers
1. Yes 2. No 3. Yes 4. Yes 5. No 6. Yes 7. Yes
8. Yes 9. Yes 10. No

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Pupils Book, Page 9, Exercise 3 End the lesson
Ask pupils to look at the pictures in Exercise 3 in the Pupils Describe a shape but without naming it, for example: It has
Book. Explain that there are more shapes that are now no sides. Pupils name the shape: Its a circle. Do the same for
different to what they were. Read the example as a class. the other shapes.
Now do the same for number 1. Say, It was four squares, two Encourage pupils to cut out shapes from paper and label
rectangles and two triangles, but now it is a house. Pupils identify them. They can also cut out the shapes in Exercise 3 to
the correct answer: Its number 1. make a house.
If pupils need more practice, do the same with the final
Lesson 5

one. Check they remember the word tent. Once you are
sure they understand the task, they continue in pairs: one
describes the shapes, the other says which number it is. Outcomes It is expected that pupils will:
Get a few pairs to demonstrate their dialogues to the class.
Encourage them to pronounce the words and phrases follow simple oral instructions
demonstrate understanding of spoken
correctly. words in simple presentations
pronounce short, simple English words
correctly
Answers
1. It was four squares, two rectangles and two triangles, use words and short sentences to
participate in short, simple exchanges
but now it is a house.
2. It was six squares, but now it is a box. demonstrate understanding of simple
informational material, short descriptive
3. It was two squares, a rectangle and two triangles, but texts
now it is a tent.
use context and visual clues to predict or
identify meaning of unfamiliar words

Further practice: Photocopiable Extra Practice write simple sentences on familiar topics
use and spell correctly learnt vocabulary
Worksheet 1 Structures The present simple:
Make a copy of photocopiable extra practice worksheet 1, A lot of small squares make this mosaic.
page 166, for each pupil. Explain to pupils that they should The past simple of to be:
match the shapes to the objects. This plant was near a river.
In pairs, pupils make sentences describing the shape
Functions

Describing places and things


of each object, e.g. An orange is a circle. They can write the
sentences at the bottom of the worksheet. Talking about the past with the present
Vocabulary countryside, horse (n), honey (n), something
Activity Book, Page 9, Exercise 4
Topic Objects and shapes
Ask pupils to open their Activity Books. Remind them of
the shapes they named in Exercise 3. Explain that this time, Resources Pupils Book, page 10, Exercise 4, Read,
they are going to describe the shapes. match and answer
Read the example of the square. Activity Book, page 10, Exercise 5, Read
In pairs, pupils do the same for a circle, triangle, hexagon and find
and rectangle. Activity Book, page 10, Exercise 6, Read
Go round and monitor their work and help them with any and answer
queries. Flashcard: horse
Check answers as a class. A pot of honey, if available

Answers Revision
Its a circle. It has no sides. Ask pupils to name things in the classroom or in their
homes that are squares, triangles, circles, hexagons or
Its a triangle. It has three sides. rectangles. Put their ideas on the board.
Its a hexagon. It has six equal sides.
Its a rectangle. It has two equal long sides and two equal Presentation
short sides. Teach the word horse using the flashcard. Show the word
and get pupils to repeat.
Classroom assessment Ask pupils questions about horses to check their
With reference to Lessons 3 and 4, pupils can: understanding, for example: Do you like horses? Where can you
Scoring criteria Good Fair Poor see horses? How many legs does a horse have? Can horses run fast?
demonstrate understanding Use the pot of honey to present honey. Ask pupils if they like
of spoken words in simple honey.
presentations Present the word something. Put something behind your
demonstrate understanding of back, for example a pen. Say I have something in my hand.
spoken words in simple instructions, What is it? Pupils guess.
exchanges presentations Hold up your bag and say I have something in my bag. What is
it? Again, pupils guess.
pronounce short, simple English
words correctly Now ask pupils Do you have something in your bag? What do you
have? Pupils say what they have.
use words and short sentences
to participate in short, simple Write the word something on the board. Say the word and Unit 2
exchanges get pupils to repeat.
27
Present the word countryside. Elicit the word city. Ask them Further practice
what is the opposite of a city. Write the word countryside Ask pupils more questions, for example:
on the board and elicit some things that can be found
there. Can you see this plant in your town?
What is made of wood in this classroom?
Where can you see mosaics?
Pupils Book, Page 10, Exercise 4

Do you like the food in these hexagons?


Ask pupils to open their books and to look at the
photographs. Ask pupils, What can you see? What shapes
can you see? Help them with any vocabulary and accept all Activity Book, Page 10, Exercise 5
answers. Ask pupils to open their Activity Books and to look at
Ask pupils to read the paragraphs quietly to themselves Exercise 5. Explain that Laila is describing the picture,
and to match the paragraphs to the correct pictures. Check but that some information is missing. They must read the
their answers as a class. description and complete it by looking at the picture.
Choose pupils to read each paragraph aloud. Write any Pupils can work in pairs to complete the task. Go round
words they mispronounce on the board. Practise them as and monitor as they do this and help them with any
a class. Make sure they pay attention to punctuation and vocabulary. Point out the double circle!
that their intonation is appropriate. Choose pupils to read a sentence each to check the
Now focus their attention on the questions. Choose two answers.
pupils to read the example question and answer. Pupils
read the text again and answer the questions. Answers
Check answers as a class. 14 circles; 4 triangles; 5 rectangles

Answers
Activity Book, Page 10, Exercise 6
text 1. picture d
text 2. picture a Pupils answer the questions about the text in Exercise 5.
text 3. picture b They can do this individually, and then check their answers
text 4. picture c in pairs.
1. No, it wasnt. It was near a river. Check answers as a class.
2. They make a mosaic.
3. They show us how old the tree is. Answers
4. They use trees for wood.
5. No, the leaves are tall triangles. 1. The market is her favourite place.
6. The hexagon 2. A river is near the market.
7. Pupils own answers 3. Yes, she was.
4. Yes, it was a beautiful day.
5. Yes, there is.
4 Read, match and answer
End the lesson
Ask: When do you go to a market? What shapes can you see there?
1 4
This plant was 2
A lot of small squares You can see Pupils answer.
near a river, on these in the
make this mosaic. The
the side of a hill. countryside.
picture is of a beautiful
You can see that There is
horse and it is very old.
the leaves are tall something
triangles. sweet and
3
People use trees for delicious in
a wood. There are circles the hexagons.
in this tree. They show It is honey!
us how old the tree is.

c d

Was the plant


near the sea?

1 Was the plant near the sea?


2 What do the small squares make?
3 What do the circles in a tree show?
4 Why do people use trees?
5 Are the leaves on the plant long
rectangles?
6 Which shape has something sweet
in it that you can eat?
7 What shapes can you see in your No, it wasnt. It
classroom? was near a river.
10

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Lesson 6 Pupils Book, Page 11, Exercise 5
Ask pupils to look at the pictures. Play the recording. Pupils
Outcomes It is expected that pupils will: repeat the sound and the word as a class. Invite individuals
recognise the sounds of some consonants
use clues (pictures) to understand new or
to say the word with correct pronunciation. Then repeat
with the other pictures.
unfamiliar words when listening Ask pupils to repeat the /s/ sound after you and then each
demonstrate understanding of spoken
words in presentations
word in the book. Point out that the same sound can have
different spellings.
pronounce short, simple English words
correctly Audioscript
use short sentences to talk with a partner
about familiar situations
/s/, /s/: sun, lesson, circle, castle

ask questions and give answers in an


appropriate tone of voice
sing a song after listening to an audio
use reading strategies to understand
5 Listen and say

simple reading material



use and spell correctly learnt vocabulary
trace words and a sentence
Structures Comparison of the past simple with the sun lesson circle castle
present simple with the conjunction but:
I was in Grade four, but now I am in Grade five. 6 Talk about you
1
Grade four, Grade five
G
Functions Comparing and contrasting the past with
the present 2
my teacher
m
Sharing information about oneself ten, eleven, twelve
te
3
Recognising the different spellings of a
single consonant I was in Grade four, but
now I am in Grade five.
Showing appreciation of listening to and
singing a song
7 Sing
Vocabulary bee (n), Grade, inside, know (v)
All around us, we can see shapes.
Topic Objects and shapes How many shapes can you see?

Rectangles are usually where I look.


Resources Pupils Book, page 11, Exercise 5, Listen They make a postcard, a ruler or a book.
and say
Look, there are circles inside that tree.
Pupils Book, page 11, Exercise 6, Talk Inside my orange, there are triangles that I see.
about you
Squares make a box, a scarf and a window.
Pupils Book, page 11, Exercise 7, Sing Bees make honey in hexagons, I know.
Activity Book, page 11, Exercise 7, Listen
and point All around us, we can see shapes.
How many shapes can you see?
Activity Book, page 11, Exercise 8, Listen
and write 11

Activity Book, page 11, Exercise 9, Trace


and complete
Audio, Pupils Book, Unit 2, Exercise 5 Pupils Book, Page 11, Exercise 6
Audio, Pupils Book, Unit 2, Exercise 7 This activity allows you to find out if the pupils can use the
Audio, Activity Book, Unit 2, Exercise 7 past simple of to be with the conjunction but. Read the first
Audio, Activity Book, Unit 2, Exercise 8 set of word prompts and the example answer clearly and
with the appropriate speed. Get pupils to repeat after your
Revision model sample.
Now read the second word prompt. See if pupils can
Draw a circle, square, triangle, rectangle and hexagon on make a similar sentence. If they find this hard, write more
the board. Then ask pupils Where can you see circles? Pupils prompts on the board, e.g. Last year, my teacher was
answer, for example: On cars. In trees. Do the same with the
other shapes. Do the same with the third word prompts, e.g. Last year, I
was
Presentation Now ask pupils to work in pairs to make similar sentences.
Present know. Ask, Do you know where honey comes from? Pupils
answer No. Answers
Present bees. Draw some bees on the board. Say Honey 1. I was in Grade four, but now I am in Grade five.
comes from bees. Now you know where honey comes from! 2. My teacher was (Miss Alia), but now my teacher is
Point to the picture of the tree rings in the book and (Miss Zeinab).
present inside. Say The circles are inside the tree. Pupils repeat. 3. I was ten/eleven, but now I am eleven/twelve.
Present Grade. Ask, What grade are you in now? Pupils answer
Grade five.

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Further practice
Audioscript and answers
Ask pupils what else has changed for them this year. See
if they can make similar sentences, e.g. Last year, my brother 1. shape
was three, now he is four. 2. circle
3. rectangle
4. triangle
Pupils Book, Page 11, Exercise 7
Ask pupils to look at the pictures and to describe what they
can see. What shapes are they? Pupils tell you (a rectangle, Activity Book, Page 11, Exercise 9
triangles, hexagons, squares, a circle).
Now ask pupils to listen and read the words. Play the Pupils say what they can see in the pictures (a moon and a
recording. Check students are following. circle). Explain that they are going to practise writing these
words and the sentence The moon is a circle.
Play the song again and encourage pupils to join in. If you
wish, divide the class into five groups. One group practises Go round and check they are writing neatly and correctly.
and sings the first verse, one the second verse, and so on.
Give them a few minutes to practise. Then ask each group Classroom assessment
to sing its verse to the class. With reference to Unit 2, pupils can:
Scoring criteria Good Fair Poor
Audioscript use clues to understand new or
All around us, we can see shapes. unfamiliar words when listening
How many shapes can you see? demonstrate understanding of
spoken words in simple instructions,
Rectangles are usually where I look. exchanges and presentations
They make a postcard, a ruler or a book. pronounce short, simple English
words and phrases correctly
Look, there are circles inside that tree. use reading strategies to understand
Inside my orange, there are triangles that I see. simple reading materials
use context and visual clues to
Squares make a box, a scarf and a window. predict or identify meaning of
Bees make honey in hexagons, I know. unfamiliar words
All around us, we can see shapes. write simple sentences on familiar
How many shapes can you see? topics
use and spell correctly learnt
vocabulary
Activity Book, Page 11, Exercise 7
Ask pupils to look at the pictures in their Activity Book. End the lesson
Explain that all these words contain words with the /s/ Ask pupils to draw the clock onto the circle.
sound. Pupils are going to listen and to point to each word
as they hear it.
Play the audio. Go round and monitor to check they are
pointing to the correct words.

Audioscript
castle
circle
sun
cycling
lesson
square

Further practice
Pupils say each word pictured. Make sure they pronounce
the words correctly.

Activity Book, Page 11, Exercise 8


In this exercise, pupils listen to the words and write them
correctly. Play the audio. Pupils write the words.
Correct pupils answers by eliciting answers and writing the
words on the board. Check pupils spelling.

Unit 2
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Unit
Did you enjoy school today?
Use the flashcards to present class, costume, sewing. Model
Lesson 1

the correct pronunciation of the words for pupils to repeat.


Now ask pupils to think of all the words they can to
Outcomes It is expected that pupils will: describe peoples character. Write their ideas on the
respond to questions before, during and
after listening
board, e.g. excited, gentle, good, happy. Now present clever:
used to describe someone who knows a lot about things.
use clues (flashcards) to understand new
or unfamiliar words when listening
Present helpful: used to describe someone who is always
willing to help people. Finally, present friendly: used to
use words and short sentences to
participate in short, simple exchanges
describe someone who is always nice and kind. Pupils can
understand the other new words from context.
pronounce short, simple English words
correctly
Ask pupils to use a bilingual dictionary to help understand
new words. Ask some volunteers to give the words in
use context and visual clues (flashcards)
to predict or identify meaning of
Arabic.

unfamiliar words

Unit

3
use reading strategies to understand
simple reading material Did you enjoy school today?
use print or electronic bilingual
dictionaries to help understand 1 Listen and read
unfamiliar words 1 2

Structures The past simple questions and short


answers:
Did Miss Zeinab give you a new project?
Yes, she did.
Did you talk about the weekend in the lesson?
No, we didnt.
Mum: Hi, dear!
Using adjectives to describe personality: Samira: Hello, Mum! Mum: Do you like Miss Zeinab?
Shes very nice and shes friendly. She was very Mum: Did you enjoy school today, Samira? Samira: Yes, I do. Shes very nice and shes
friendly.
helpful. Samira: Yes, thank you Mum. I was happy.
Mum: Does Miss Zeinab know all of your
Mum: Did you see Laila today?
names now?
Samira: Yes, I did. We studied together.
Functions Describing personality Samira: Yes, she does. Shes clever!
3
Vocabulary clever, costume, friendly, helpful, hi, 4

sewing (n),study (v)

Topic School and adjectives

Resources Pupils Book, page 12, Exercise 1, Listen


and read Mum: Did you talk about the weekend
Audio, Pupils Book, Unit 3, Exercise 1 in the lesson?

Flashcards: class, costume, sewing Samira: No, we didnt.


Mum: Did Miss Zeinab give you a new
project? Mum: Did you see the special sewing on the
Samira: Yes, she did. Our new project costumes?
Revision is about the traditional costumes of
Jordan. Miss Zeinab showed us pictures
Samira: Yes, we did. Miss Zeinab showed
us dolls in different costumes from around
Ask pupils to tell you the shape of things around the of costumes in a museum.
12
Jordan. She was very helpful.

classroom. They name things that are a circle, square,


rectangle, hexagon and triangle.
Pupils Book, Page 12, Exercise 1
Presentation Ask pupils to open their books at page 12. Then ask them
Revise questions in the present simple. Ask pupils a few to describe the pictures. Ask Who can you see? (Samira, her
simple questions, e.g: mother, her teacher, her friends) Where are they? (At home and in
Do you have English today? the class) What are they looking at in school? (costumes)
Do you like school? Now ask them to listen and read. Before they start, ask
pupils to find the answer to this question: Who is Samiras
Do you live in (name of town)? teacher?
For each question, pupils answer Yes, we do. Ask pupils to listen to the recording and read the text. Elicit
Do the same with negative answers, for example ask: Do the answer to your question (Samiras teacher is Miss Zeinab).
you have (maths) today? Do you live in (name of a different town)? Now ask Does Samira like Miss Zeinab? (Yes, she does.) Why does
Pupils answer No, we dont. she like her? Elicit the answer Shes very nice and shes friendly
Now ask the same questions but in the past tense. For (and shes clever and helpful).
example, ask Did you have English yesterday? Elicit or teach the
answer Yes, we did./No, we didnt.
Elicit similar answers from individuals with more questions
until they can answer with confidence, for example: Did you
watch television yesterday? Did you do your homework yesterday? Unit 3
Pupils answer No, I didnt./Yes, I did. 31
31
Play the recording for the pupils again. Pause after each of
Lesson 2

the four frames and ask questions as follows:


1. Who enjoyed school today? (Samira)
Did Samira and Laila study together? (Yes, they did.) Outcomes It is expected that pupils will:
2. Did Miss Zeinab learn the names of some girls, or did she learn
all the girls names? (She learnt all the girls names.)
follow simple oral instructions
respond to questions before, during and
after listening
3. What is the new project this week? (It is about the traditional
costumes of Jordan.) pronounce short, simple English words
and phrases correctly
What did Miss Zeinab show them? (She showed them pictures of
costumes in a museum.) speak clearly with a reasonable speed
and volume
4. What was special on the costumes? (The sewing was special.)
What dolls did Miss Zeinab show them? (She showed them dolls use reading strategies to understand
simple reading material
in different costumes from around Jordan.)
Was Miss Zeinab helpful? (Yes, she was.) Structures The past simple questions and short
answers:
Pupils then work in pairs to practise reading the story. Did you talk about the weekend in the lesson?
Make sure that they understand that Hi is an informal way
No, we didnt.
to say Hello. Monitor as they are reading, checking for any
pronunciation issues. Make a note of mistakes and practise Did you see the special sewing on the costumes?
any difficult words as a class. If pupils finish quickly, they Yes, we did.
can swap roles and read the story again. Using adjectives to describe personality:
Shes clever! She was very helpful.

Audioscript Functions Describing personality


1. Topic School and adjectives
Mum: Hi, dear!
Samira: Hello, Mum! Resources Pupils Book, page 12, Exercise 1, Listen
Mum: Did you enjoy school today, Samira? and read
Samira: Yes, thank you Mum. I was happy. Activity Book, page 12, Exercise 1, Read
Mum: Did you see Laila today? and match
Samira: Yes, I did. We studied together. Activity Book, page 12, Exercise 2, Read
2.
and circle
Mum: Do you like Miss Zeinab?
Samira: Yes, I do. Shes very nice and shes friendly.
Audio, Pupils Book, Unit 3, Exercise 1
Mum: Does Miss Zeinab know all of your names now?
Flashcards: class, costume, sewing
Samira: Yes, she does. Shes clever!
3. Revision
Mum: Did you talk about the weekend in the lesson? Ask pupils about yesterday (or a day last week). Pupils
Samira: No, we didnt. answer with the correct short answer, for example: Did you
Mum: Did Miss Zeinab give you a new project? study English yesterday? (Yes, we did./No, we didnt.) Did you play
Samira: Yes, she did. Our new project is about the tennis yesterday? (Yes, I did./No, I didnt.) Did you read a book
traditional costumes of Jordan. Miss Zeinab yesterday? (Yes, I did./No, I didnt.)
showed us pictures of costumes in a museum. Show them the flashcards of the new words and check they
4. can say the words correctly.
Mum: Did you see the special sewing on the costumes?
Samira: Yes, we did. Miss Zeinab showed us dolls in
different costumes from around Jordan. She was Pupils Book, Page 12, Exercise 1
very helpful. Ask pupils to look again at the story on page 12. Ask them
to tell you what they can remember about Samiras day at
school.
Further practice Play the recording again right the way through. Then ask
more comprehension questions: Who was happy today?
Make sure pupils are clear about the meaning of all. Ask, (Samira) Why was she happy? (She enjoyed school today.) Who is
for example, Do you know all the girls/boys names in your class? Miss Zeinab? (Shes the teacher.) Is she clever? (Yes, she is.) Is she
Or do you know some of the names? Ask similar questions to helpful or friendly? (She is helpful and friendly.) Is their new project
check their understanding. about traditional food in Jordan? (No, it is about the traditional
costumes of Jordan.) Where are the pictures from? (They are from a
End the lesson museum.) Where were the costumes from? (They were from around
Ask pupils, Did you enjoy the lesson today? (Yes, we did.) Did you Jordan.)
study English? (Yes, we did.) Did we talk about the weekend in the
lesson? (No, we didnt.) Activity Book, Page 12, Exercise 1
Ask students to open their Activity Books. Explain that
in Exercise 1, they need to match the questions with the
answers ae. Do the example as a class.
Pupils can complete the task in pairs.
Check the answers as a class by getting pairs to ask and
answer each question. Encourage good pronunciation of
words and phrases.
Unit 3
32
Answers Pupils Book, Page 13, Exercise 2
Hi, Ibrahim. Did you enjoy school today? d Ask pupils to open their books at page 13 and to look at
Are there any new boys in the class? a the words under the rubric. Revise tidy. Ask pupils, Is your
Is he nice? e desk tidy? Pupils answer Yes, it is.
Do you like your new teacher? b Now explain that they will hear four questions about the
Did the teacher give you a new project? c pictures in the book. For each one, they need to match one
of the words to one of the pictures.
Activity Book, Page 12, Exercise 2 Before they listen, ask pupils to describe the pictures in as
Pupils now read the questions about the text in Exercise 1 much detail as they can. See if they can match the words
and circle the correct answer. to the pictures before they listen. They can then listen and
They can do this individually and then compare answers in check.
pairs. Play the audio. Pause after the first question and answer
Check the answers as a class. Again, pairs can read the and get pupils to tell you the correct picture (picture b).
question and the correct answer. Now play the rest of the recording. Pupils listen and
answer. They can compare answers with a partner.
Answers Play the audio again. Then check as a class.
1. Yes, he did. 2. No, he isnt. 3. Yes, he did.
4. Yes, they do. 5. Yes, he is. 6. No, they didnt.
2 Listen and match
End the lesson Did you enjoy school today? friendly kind helpful tidy
b

Ask Did you enjoy school today? (Yes, we did.) Did we talk about a
the new project in this lesson? (No, we didnt.)

Lesson 3
Outcomes It is expected that pupils will:
respond to questions before, during and
after listening
demonstrate understanding of spoken
words in presentations
c

use words and short sentences to


participate in short, simple exchanges
d

pronounce short, simple English words


correctly
use reading strategies to understand
simple reading material
use and spell correctly learnt vocabulary
3
Structures The past simple questions and short Talk about you
answers: put your books on the shelf
carry bags
Did Amer and Fatima set the table? set the table
Yes, they did. talk to a new pupil
Using adjectives to describe personality:
They were helpful. Nadia and Mariam are
Mum: Did you see the special sewing on the
friendly. costumes?
Did you put your books
Samira: Yes, we did. Miss Zeinab showed on the shelf yesterday? Yes, I did.
Functions Describing personality us dolls in different costumes from around
Jordan. She was very helpful.
I was tidy.
Participating in a conversation about 13

oneself
Topic School and adjectives
Audioscript
Vocabulary kind (adj) 1.
A: Did Amer and Fatima set the table?
Resources Pupils Book, page 13, Exercise 2, Listen B: Yes, they did. They were helpful.
and match 2.
Activity Book, page 13, Exercise 3, Look A: Did Saleem and Sameer carry the bags?
and complete B: Yes, they did. They were kind.
Audio, Pupils Book, Unit 3, Exercise 2 3.
A: Did Huda talk to the new pupil?
B: Yes, she did. She was friendly.
Revision and Presentation 4.
On the board, write: A: Did Alia put her books on the shelf?
B: Yes, she did. She was tidy.
clever, excited, friendly, gentle, good, happy, helpful
Ask pupils to look at page 12 of the Pupils Book and ask
which of the words on the board can describe Miss Zeinab
(clever, friendly, helpful). Ask if they can add any words (nice). Answers
Present kind. Say that friendly and helpful people are 1. picture b 2. picture d 3. picture c 4. picture a
usually kind. Ask pupils who they know who is kind, for Unit 3
example their mothers and fathers.
33
Further practice Revision
Repeat the questions from the recording, e.g. Did Amer and Ask pupils to look at the pictures in Exercise 2 on page 13
Fatima set the table? Pupils answer, e.g. Yes, they did. They were again. Say a sentence. Pupils say the letter of the picture.
helpful. For example, She put her books on the shelf. Pupils say picture a.
Do the same for the other pictures, e.g. They carried his bags.
Activity Book, Page 13, Exercise 3 (Picture d.) They set the table. (Picture b.) She talked to a new
pupil. (Picture c.)
Ask pupils to open their Activity Books at page 13. Ask
pupils to look at the words in the box. Explain that they Pupils Book, Page 13, Exercise 3
need to read each sentence and complete it with the
correct word. Ask pupils to look at Exercise 3. Explain that they are
Ask a pupil to read the example sentence. now going to ask each other questions using the words
in the book. For each answer, they must also use a word
Pupils work in pairs to complete the task. to describe themselves. First, ask a pair of pupils to read
Get pupils to read the completed sentences to check their the example. Encourage them to ask and answer in an
answers. Encourage good pronunciation. appropriate tone of voice. Model asking the question with
a rising intonation and saying the answer with a falling
Answers intonation.
1. friendly 2. clever 3. happy 4. kind 5. helpful 6. tidy Now ask pupils what they can ask for the second question
and elicit Did you carry bags yesterday? Now elicit a suitable
End the lesson answer, e.g. Yes, I did. I was kind.
Ask a few pupils to describe their partners using the words Pupils now carry out the task in pairs. Go round and
from the lesson, e.g. Hes/Shes clever and kind. monitor and check they are answering correctly. Make a
note of any problems and deal with these on the board at
the end.
Lesson 4 Get a few pairs of pupils to demonstrate their dialogues
to the class. Accept alternative answers if they are
Outcomes It is expected that pupils will: grammatically correct.
follow simple oral instructions
respond to questions before, during and Answers
after listening
ask questions and give answers in an
appropriate tone of voice
Did you put your books on the shelf yesterday?
Yes, I did. I was tidy.
with a partner, prepare and present a
short, simple dialogue to the class
Did you carry bags yesterday?
Yes, I did. I was kind.
speak about events that happened in the
past
Did you set the table yesterday?

use reading strategies to understand


simple reading material
Yes, I did. I was helpful.
Did you talk to a new pupil yesterday?
recognise the use of simple prefixes and
suffixes to change the meaning of words,
Yes, I did. I was friendly.

-ful

Structures
use and spell correctly learnt vocabulary
The past simple questions and short
Activity Book, Page 13, Exercise 4
In this exercise, pupils listen to the sentences and answer
answers: the questions.
Did you put your books on the shelf yesterday? Play the audio. Pupils answer the questions using the word
Yes, I did. prompts in the word box.
Were you on holiday yesterday?
No, I wasnt.
Using adjectives to describe personality: Audioscript
I was tidy. 1. Were you helpful yesterday?
2. Did you carry bags for your mother yesterday?
Functions Describing personality
3. Did you tidy your bedroom yesterday?
4. Did you talk to a new pupil yesterday?
Topic School and adjectives
5. Were you on holiday yesterday?
Resources Pupils Book, page 13, Exercise 3, Talk
about you
Activity Book, page 13, Exercise 4, Listen Answers
and answer 1. Yes, I was. / No, I wasnt.
Activity Book, page 13, Exercise 5, Listen 2. Yes, I did. / No, I didnt.
and complete 3. Yes, I did. / No, I didnt.
Audio, Activity Book, Unit 3, Exercise 4 4. Yes, I did. / No, I didnt.
Audio, Activity Book, Unit 3, Exercise 5 5. Yes, I was. / No, I wasnt.

Activity Book, Page 13, Exercise 5


In this exercise, students hear four sentences. They must
listen carefully and complete the missing endings to each
word.
Unit 3 Play the example sentence. Pause, then ask pupil what has
been added to the word (ful). Explain that they will now do
34 the same for the remaining sentences.
Play the recording. Pause after each sentence and allow Presentation
them time to write the suffixes. Use the flashcard to revise costume, then use the flashcard
Play the recording again. Ask pupils to read the correct to present sleeve. Ask pupils to say the word with correct
words. pronunciation. Now ask pupils to point, firstly to the right
Check answers as a class. Make sure they spell the words sleeve and then to the left sleeve on their shirts, blouses or
correctly. Write the answers on the board or take in their jackets. Point out that only garments worn on the upper
work to mark. body have sleeves; trousers, for example, do not have
sleeves, but legs.
Audioscript and answers Present women. Draw a woman on the board and say
woman. Explain that the plural is women. Ask pupils to
1. I was helpful yesterday. repeat.
2. Laila is helping her mother.
3. Tareq helped his father to wash the car yesterday. Pupils Book, Page 14, Exercise 4
4. Please be careful on your bike. Ask pupils to open their books at page 14. Ask them
1. helpful 2. helping 3. helped 4. careful to describe the photo. What can they see? (costumes)
Where are the costumes? (In a museum) Are the costumes
colourful? (Yes, they are)
Ask pupils to look at the text. Explain that this a letter.
End the lesson

Explain that it is usual to start a letter with Dear (name).


Ask pupils what other things they can do at home to Before pupils read Samiras letter, ask them to find out
be helpful and elicit suitable answers, e.g. clean the what it says about sleeves.
bathroom, wash the plates, tidy their bedroom, etc. Give pupils time to read the letter by themselves. When they
have finished, ask them to say what they can about the sleeves.
Lesson 5 Now ask them to read the questions below the letter. They
can read the text again, then they can answer the
questions in pairs.
Outcomes It is expected that pupils will: As you check answers as a class, get pupils to read the

follow simple oral instructions questions and the correct answers.


pronounce short, simple English words
and phrases correctly Answers
use short sentences to talk with a partner
use reading strategies to understand
1. No, they didnt. The women sewed them.
2. Some of them were very colourful.
simple reading material, a letter 3. Yes, they did.
draw an illustration based on simple
reading materials
4. Yes, they did.
5. Yes, they did.
express an opinion based on information
from a written source
6. Pupils own answers

Structures
use and spell correctly learnt vocabulary
The past simple: 4 Read and answer
In the past, women sewed traditional costumes.
The past simple questions and short
answers:
Did the children sew traditional costumes in the
past? No, they didnt.
Were all of the costumes very colourful? No, they
werent.
Functions Showing appreciation of the value of the
Jordanian culture
Judging the truth of sentences
Vocabulary Dear, sleeve, women Dear Aunt Muna,
I am learning about the traditional costumes of Jordan for a
Topic School and adjectives school project. In the past, women sewed traditional costumes.
Some costumes were very colourful.
The dresses had a rectangle with special sewing around the
Resources Pupils Book, page 14, Exercise 4, Read bottom, the neck and the sides of the costumes. The dresses had
and answer long sleeves. The costumes were different in the north and in the
Activity Book, page 14, Exercise 6, Read south of Jordan.
We can go to the museum with Mum when you visit.
and circle
Best wishes,
Activity Book, page 14, Exercise 7, Read
Samira
and complete
Flashcards: costume, rectangle, sleeve, 1 Did the children sew traditional costumes in the past?
triangle 2 Were all of the costumes very colourful?
3 Did the dresses have a rectangle with special sewing around the bottom,
the neck and the sides of the costumes?
Revision 4 Did the dresses have long sleeves?

Revise shapes. Hold up the flashcards of a rectangle and 5 Did women in the north and in the south wear different costumes?
6 Are traditional costumes important?
triangle and get pupils to say the words. Ask pupils to find 14

things in the class that are these shapes.


Unit 3
35
Activity Book, Page 14, Exercise 6
Ask pupils to open their Activity Books and to look at the
Lesson 6
letter on page 14.
Give pupils time to read the letter and the four sentences Outcomes It is expected that pupils will:

below it. follow simple oral instructions


Pupils circle yes or no for each sentence. They can compare use clues (pictures) to understand new
or unfamiliar words when listening

answers with their partners.
pronounce short, simple English words
Check answers as a class.
with /k/ sound

Answers speak clearly with a reasonable speed


and volume
1. Yes 2. No 3. Yes 4. Yes
with a partner, prepare and present a
short, simple dialogue to the class

Activity Book, Page 14, Exercise 7 speak about the past


ask questions and give answers in an
appropriate tone of voice
Ask pupils to do Exercise 7 in pairs. Encourage them to
read the gapped sentences aloud, then to complete them use reading strategies to understand
simple reading material


with the correct words. They can refer to Exercise 6 to do
this.
Get pupils to read the completed sentences aloud to check

use and spell correctly learnt vocabulary
trace words and a sentence
their answers. Structures The past simple:
My sister was friendly yesterday. She talked to a
Answers new pupil at school.
1. pictures; costumes The past simple questions and short
2. special sewing; colours answers:
3. sleeves; triangles Did you eat fruit yesterday? Yes, I did.
4. museum
Functions Describing personality

End the lesson Topic School and adjectives

Ask pupils if they have seen traditional costumes. Ask Did Resources Pupils Book, page 15, Exercise 5, Listen
you like them? Did they have big sleeves? Were they colourful? Were and say
they in a museum? Pupils answer. Pupils Book, page 15, Exercise 6, Talk
You can ask the pupils to draw their favourite costume. about you
Encourage them to express their opinion of the costumes. Pupils Book, page 15, Exercise 7, Ask
and answer
Activity Book, page 15, Exercise 8, Listen
and complete
Activity Book, page 15, Exercise 9,
Complete and say
Activity Book, page 15, Exercise 10,
Trace, copy and complete
Audio, Pupils Book, Unit 3, Exercise 5
Audio, Activity Book, Unit 3, Exercise 8
Flashcards: class, costume, sewing (n),
sleeve

Revision
Use the flashcard to revise costume. Get pupils to say the
word. Now ask pupils if they know other words which start
with the /k/ sound. As they say them, write them on the
board.
Pupils Book, Page 15, Exercise 5
Ask pupils to open their books at page 15 and to look
at the pictures. Explain that they are going to hear more
words with the /k/ sound. Do the pictures show any of the
words they suggested at the start of the lesson?
Play the recording. Pupils repeat the sound and the words
as a class. Invite individuals to say the words.

Audioscript
/k/, /k/: costume, kind, jacket

Pupils Book, Page 15, Exercise 6


Ask pupils to read the list of adjectives and check they
Unit 3 understand each one.
36 Ask a pupil to read the example sentences, and explain that
you would like the pupils to make similar sentences. They
talk about someone they know using one of the adjectives
and verbs in the past tense. Answers
Give pupils time to prepare what they are going to say. costume kind jacket picture book chicken
Pupils then work in pairs to describe people. Encourage
them to use all of the adjectives in the list. Go round and
monitor their work and make a note of any problems, Activity Book, Page 15, Exercise 9
which you can go over at the end.
Pupils complete the task individually, then compare their
Get a few pupils to demonstrate their work to the class. answers in pairs. Go round and make sure they have
Pupils Book, Page 15, Exercise 7 spelled the words correctly.
Ask pupils to read the list of activities and check they Check answers as a class by asking pupils to read the
understand them all. sentences aloud.
Now ask a pair of pupils to read the example. Make sure Answers
they use an appropriate tone of voice and check they
are clear about the task. They will ask about each of the 1. kind; helped
activities in the list, and answer truthfully. 2. happy; enjoyed
Pupils work in pairs to ask and answer questions. Again, 3. tidy; put
monitor their work and make a note of any problems,
which you can go over at the end.
Get a few pupils to demonstrate their dialogues to the class. Activity Book, Page 15, Exercise 10
Pupils say what they can see in the pictures (a Jordanian
flag, Samira). Explain that they are going to practise writing
5 Listen and say the words Jordan and Samira and the sentence Samira is
learning about Jordan.
Go round and check they are writing neatly and correctly.
Ask pupils to read the sentence aloud.
Classroom assessment
costume kind jacket With reference to Lessons 5 and 6, pupils can:
Scoring criteria Good Fair Poor
6 Talk about you follow simple oral instructions
My sister was
friendly friendly yesterday.
kind She talked to pronounce short, simple English words
helpful a new pupil correctly
at school.
happy
tidy use reading strategies to understand
simple reading material
use words and short sentences to
7 Ask and answer
participate in short, simple exchanges
eat fruit yesterday Did you eat fruit use and spell correctly learnt vocabulary
yesterday?
play tennis last week
help your grandparents last week
talk on the phone yesterday Classroom assessment
write an email this morning With reference to Unit 3, pupils can:
go to the park last week
play football yesterday Scoring criteria Good Fair Poor
go to a water park last summer
go to school yesterday
demonstrate recognition of mismatches
between spelling and pronunciation
demonstrate understanding of spoken
words in simple instructions, exchanges
Yes, I did. and presentations
15
pronounce short, simple English words
and phrases correctly
speak about events that happened in the
Activity Book, Page 15, Exercise 8 past
Ask pupils to open their Activity Books at page 15. Explain use reading strategies to understand
that the gapped words each contain the /k/ sound. Pupils simple reading material
need to complete the words with the correct spelling of this write simple sentences on familiar topics
sound.
use and spell correctly learnt vocabulary
Play the audio. Pupils listen and write the correct letters
from the box.
Play the audio again if necessary,
End the lesson
You can write the gapped words on the board and get Remind the pupils of the different things they have learnt
pupils to complete the words to check their answers. in this unit. Show them the flashcards again and elicit the
name of each item.
Audioscript Congratulate the pupils on all their hard work in Unit 3.
costume
kind
jacket
picture Unit 3
book
chicken 37
Unit Review
Ask pupils some questions:
Lesson 1 How often do Aunt Muna and Uncle Hassan visit them? (They
sometimes visit them.)
Outcomes It is expected that pupils will: How often do they visit in the holidays? (They usually visit once in
respond to questions before, during and
after listening
the holidays.)
Last year, were they there for two weeks? (No, they were there for
use short sentences to talk with a partner
about familiar situations
two days.)

speak clearly with a reasonable speed and


volume
This year, are they there for two days? (No, this year they are there
for a week.)

demonstrate understanding of simple


informational material, short descriptive
What did they visit on Saturday? (They visited a museum.)
What did they see in the museum? (They saw the traditional
text costumes of Jordan.)
use context and visual clues to predict or
identify meaning of unfamiliar words
Who is always kind? (Aunt Muna.)
What did she buy Samira? (She bought a present/a doll in a
Structures Revision of: traditional costume.)
The present simple with adverbs of What is the present? (Its a doll in a traditional costume.)
frequency: Guide pupils to speak clearly with a reasonable speed and
Aunt Muna and Uncle Hassan sometimes visit volume.
us. They usually visit us once in the holidays.
The past simple of the verb to be and Audioscript
comparison with the present simple, using Miss Zeinab: Good morning, children. Samira is going to
the conjunction but: talk to the class today.
Last year, they were here for two days, but this Samira: Aunt Muna and Uncle Hassan sometimes
year they are here for a week. visit us. They usually visit us once in the
Revision of the past simple: holidays. Last year, they were here for two
Aunt Muna, Mum and I visited a museum here days, but this year they are here for a week.
in Amman on Saturday. We saw the traditional Aunt Muna, Mum and I visited a museum
costumes of Jordan. here in Amman on Saturday. We saw the
traditional costumes of Jordan. Aunt Muna
Functions Talking about leisure activities is always kind. She bought this present
Expressing frequency for me. Look! Its a doll in a traditional
Talking about the past costume.
Comparing the past with the present
Unit
Vocabulary
4
Revision of:
costume, kind Review
Topic Revision 1 Listen and read

Resources Pupils Book, page 16, Exercise 1, Listen


and read Good morning, children.
Samira is going to talk to
Audio, Pupils Book, Unit 4, Exercise 1 the class today.
Flashcard: costume

Revision
On the board, write always, sometimes, usually, never. Ask
pupils How often do you go to a museum/a football match/the
park? Pupils answer using an adverb of frequency.
Ask pupils to look at Pupils Book page 16 and to say what Aunt Muna and Uncle Hassan sometimes
visit us. They usually visit us once in the
they can see. Revise costume using the flashcard. Ask pupils holidays. Last year, they were here for two
Is it a traditional costume? (Yes, it is.) Is it colourful? (Yes, it is.) days, but this year they are here for a week.
Aunt Muna, Mum and I visited a museum
here in Amman on Saturday. We saw the
Pupils Book, Page 16, Exercise 1 traditional costumes of Jordan. Aunt Muna
is always kind. She bought this present
Explain that Samira is talking about a visit. Ask the class for me. Look! Its a doll in a traditional
costume.
to listen and read to find out who is visiting. Play the
audio. Pupils answer your question (Aunt Muna and Uncle 2 Ask and answer How often
do you see
Hassan are visiting). see your aunt and uncle
your aunt
help your mum and dad and uncle?
Play the recording for the pupils again. Pause after each water the flowers
sentence and get pupils to repeat. Encourage good go to a museum
pronunciation.

buy a present
visit your grandparents
Then ask pupils to read the text, a sentence at a time. I usually see my aunt and uncle once in the holidays.
Unit 4 16

38
Further practice Pupils Book, Page 16, Exercise 1
Pupils work in pairs. One pupil says a true or false sentence Ask pupils to open their books at page 16. Play the
about the text. The other says Yes or No, for example: Aunt recording again while they read.
Muna is always kind. (Yes.) They visited a museum on Sunday. Ask pupils to practise reading the passage to each other
(No.) Go round and monitor as they work, and make a in pairs. Monitor as they are reading, checking their
note of any problems. You can go over these at the end. pronunciation.
End the lesson
Pupils Book, Page 16, Exercise 2
Ask the pupils what they always/usually/sometimes/never
do at the weekend. Pupils read the list of activities in red. Check they
understand all of the vocabulary.
Now ask a pair of pupils to read the example question and
Lesson 2

answer. Then elicit the next question (How often do you help
your mum and dad?) Pupils answer truthfully.
Outcomes It is expected that pupils will: Pupils then complete the task in pairs.


use clues to understand new or unfamiliar Get a few pupils to demonstrate their dialogues to the class
words when listening

to check their answers.
use short sentences to talk with a partner
about familiar situations with a partner
prepare and present a short, simple
dialogue to the class
Answers
Questions:
discuss own ideas about a simple topic
demonstrate understanding of simple
How often do you see your aunt and uncle?
How often do you help your mum and dad?
informational material, a postcard How often do you water the flowers?
check sources for accuracy of information,
a given text a postcard
How often do you go to a museum?
How often do you buy a present?

Structures
use and spell correctly learnt vocabulary
Revision of:
How often do you visit your grandparents?
Responses:
The present simple with adverbs of Pupils own answers
frequency:
How often do you see your aunt and uncle?
I usually see my aunt and uncle once in the Activity Book, Page 16, Exercise 1
holidays. Ask pupils to open their Activity Books at page 16 and look
The past simple of the verb to be and at the postcard.
comparison with the present simple, using
Explain that pupils are going to read the postcard and then
the conjunctions and and but:
find the mistakes in the sentences 15 beneath it.
Last year, they were here for two days, but this
year they are here for a week. Give them time to read the postcard. Help them with any
It was fun, and I liked the shop too. problems. They can work in pairs to find the mistakes.
The past simple: Check answers as a class.
Last Sunday, we visited a theme park.
Functions Talking about leisure activities Answers
Expressing frequency 1. grandparents
Talking about the past 2. two weeks
Comparing the past with the present 3. Monday
Vocabulary Revision of: 4. grandmother
costume, slide, soft toy, theme park 5. doll

Topic Revision
Resources Pupils Book, page 16, Exercise 1, Listen
Activity Book, Page 16, Exercise 2
and read Ask the pupils to correct the mistakes that they circled
Pupils Book, page 16, Exercise 2, Ask in Exercise 1. They can do this individually and compare
and answer answers in pairs.
Activity Book, page 16, Exercise 1, Read Check answers as a class.
and find the mistakes
Activity Book, page 16, Exercise 2,
Correct the mistakes Answers
Audio, Pupils Book, Unit 4, Exercise 1 1. aunt and uncle
Flashcards: costume, slide, soft toy,
theme park 2. a week
3. Sunday
4. aunt
Revision 5. soft toy
Ask pupils what they usually/always/sometimes/never do
after school.
Use the flashcards to revise costume, slide, soft toy, theme park. End the lesson
Ask pupils how often they go to a theme park. Ask a few pupils where their uncle and aunts live. How
often do they visit them?
Unit 4
39
Draw pupils attention to the difference between the facts
Lesson 3

in the text (We visited a museum.; Aunt Muna bought a present.)


and the opinion (Aunt Muna is very kind.)
Outcomes It is expected that pupils will:
respond to questions before, during and
after listening
Audioscript

ask questions and give answers in an


appropriate tone of voice
Samira: Hello Grandma. Its Samira. How are you?
Grandma: Fine, thank you. Did you enjoy your aunt and

speak about the past


use words and short sentences to
Samira:
uncles visit?
Yes, I did. I helped Aunt Muna to water the
flowers and she helped me to sew a soft toy.
participate in short, simple exchanges

Grandma: Did you go on any special trips?
demonstrate recognition of word Samira: Yes, I did. I learned about the traditional
formation costumes of Jordan at school. But we didnt
distinguish fact from opinion in simple
reading materials
go on a school trip. We visited a museum
with Mum and Aunt Muna to look at the
write simple sentences
use and spell correctly learnt vocabulary
costumes. I liked the special sewing. Aunt
Muna bought a present for me. Its a doll in
Structures Revision of: a traditional costume. Its got big sleeves.
The present simple with adjectives to They touch the bottom of the dress!
describe personality and adverbs of Grandma: Aunt Muna is very kind. Did Kareem go to
the museum?
frequency:
Samira: No, he didnt, but he had fun, too. He
He always puts his computer games on a shelf. watched a football match at the stadium
Using adjectives to describe personality: with Uncle Hassan and Dad.
Hes tidy. Grandma: Did their team win?
The past simple: Samira: Yes, it did, and they were very happy!
Did Kareem talk to Grandma? No, he didnt.
Samira talked to Grandma.
Answers
Functions Talking about leisure activities
Expressing frequency 1. No, he didnt. Samira talked to Grandma.
2. No, he didnt. Samira helped to water the flowers.
Describing people 3. No, she didnt. She visited a museum with Mum and
Talking about the past Aunt Muna to look at the costumes.
Talking about traditional costumes 4. No, she didnt. Aunt Muna gave her a present/a doll.
5. Yes, she is.
Vocabulary Revision of: 6. No, he didnt. He watched a football match at the
clever, costume, friendly, kind, helpful, sewing stadium.
(n), sleeve, soft toy 7. No, he didnt. He watched a football match at the
stadium.
Topic Revision 8. Yes, he was.
Resources Pupils Book, page 17, Exercise 3, Listen
and answer
Pupils Book, page 17, Exercise 4, Look 3 Listen and answer Did Kareem talk to Grandma?
and say 1 Did Kareem talk to Grandma?
Activity Book, page 17, Exercise 3, Read 2 Did Kareem help to water the owers?

and match 3 Did Samira go on a school trip to look at


the costumes?
Activity Book, page 17, Exercise 4, Write 4 Did Aunt Muna give Samira a soft toy?
about you and your friend 5 Is Aunt Muna kind?
Audio, Pupils Book, Unit 4, Exercise 3 6 Did Kareem go to the museum?
Flashcards: costume, sewing, sleeve, soft 7 Did Kareem play football in the park?
No, he didnt. Samira
8 Was Kareem happy after the football
toy match?
talked to Grandma.

Revision 4 Look and say

Play a word game. Show a flashcard of a soft toy and say friendly tidy kind helpful

Its a costume. Pupils correct you: No, its a soft toy. Do the a

same with the flashcards for costume, sewing, sleeve. b

Pupils Book, Page 17, Exercise 3


Ask pupils to open their Pupils Books at page 17. Explain
that they are going to hear Samira talking to her grandma d

on the telephone. Before they listen, read through the


questions 18 as a class. Encourage pupils to think about
c
the answers as they listen. They can take notes if they wish.
Play the recording. Pupils listen. He always puts his
computer games on a shelf. Hes tidy.
Play the recording again. Pupils work in pairs to ask
and answer the questions. Go round and monitor their
conversations and make a note of any problems. You can
deal with these at the end.
Ask pupils to read the question and the correct answer to
Unit 4 check their answers.
40
17
21
Pupils Book, Page 17, Exercise 4 Lesson 4
Ask pupils to look at the pictures. Then ask a pair of pupils
to read the example. Explain that they will now make Outcomes It is expected that pupils will:
similar sentences about the people in the other pictures,
using the word prompts at the top. recognise sounds of some consonants
and vowels
Pupils work in pairs. Go round and monitor their work and
help where necessary. ask questions and give answers in an
appropriate tone of voice
Get a few pairs to demonstrate their work to check their
answers. speak about the past
use words and short sentences to
participate in short, simple exchanges
Answers
a. He always puts his computer games on a shelf. Hes
tidy.
pronounce short, simple English words
use reading strategies to understand
simple reading material, a letter
b. He always sets the table. Hes helpful.
c. She always carries bags (for people). Shes kind. distinguish fact from opinion in simple
reading materials
d. She always talks to new pupils. Shes friendly.
express an opinion based on information
from a written source
Activity Book, Page 17, Exercise 3
Ask pupils to open their Activity Books and to say what

use and spell correctly learnt vocabulary
use a model to write a simple letter to a

friend

they can see in the pictures.


Explain that parts of the text are missing. They must read
the texts and match with the missing parts a d.

conduct keyword searches in English
electronic learning materials
Pupils can work individually or in pairs. Structures Revision of:
Pupils can read the completed texts so you can check their The past simple:
answers. Did Aunt Muna and Uncle Hassan visit Jerash?
No, they didnt. They visited Salt.
Answers The past simple of the verb to be and
1. Nadia is helpful and kind. (d) comparison with the present simple, using
2. Jaber is always happy. (a) the conjunction but:
3. Salma is very clever. (c) I was ten last year, but this year Im eleven.
4. Faisal is very friendly. (b)
Functions Talking about leisure activities
Talking about the past
Activity Book, Page 17, Exercise 4 Recognising the different sounds of
consonants
Explain to pupils that they are now going to write about
Appreciating ones culture
themselves and a friend. They can use the text in Exercise 3
and the gapped sentences to help them. Vocabulary Revision of:
Give them time to plan what they are going to write. They costume, helpful, rectangle, sewing (n), sleeve,
can discuss this with their partner. triangle
Go round and monitor as they work and help as necessary.
You can take in their work to mark. Topic Revision
Resources Pupils Book, page 18, Exercise 5, Read
Answers and answer
Pupils own answers Pupils Book, page 18, Exercise 6, Talk
about you
Activity Book, page 18, Exercise 5, Listen,
End the lesson

point and repeat


Tell the pupils that in the next lesson, they are going to Activity Book, page 18, Exercise 6, Read
read about Salt. Ask pupils to find out as much as they can and match
about the town for homework. Activity Book, page 18, Exercise 7,
Complete
Audio, Activity Book, Unit 4, Exercise 5
Flashcards: costume, rectangle, sewing,
sleeve, triangle

Revision
Show the flashcards and elicit the word for each one.

Unit 4
41
Pupils Book, Page 18, Exercise 5 Pupils Book, Page 18, Exercise 6
Ask pupils what they learnt about Salt for homework. Put Ask a pupil to read the questions in the speech bubble at
their ideas on the board. the top. First, answer the question for yourself, e.g. I taught
Now ask them to open their books at page 18. Before (class 2) last year, but this year I teach (class 3). I was in (room 4)
they read the letter, ask them to look at the questions 17. last year and this year I am in (room 4), too.
Pupils then read the letter. Now ask pupils to answer the questions about themselves,
Ask a pair of pupils to read the example question and using the word prompts in red. They can do this in pairs.
answer. In pairs, pupils then ask and answer the remaining Go round and monitor their work and offer help where
questions. needed. Make a note of any problems and go over these at
Explain that pupils should discuss the last question and the end.
work out the answer for themselves. Encourage them to Ask a few pupils to demonstrate their sentences to the class.
express their opinion in this question.
Check answers as a class. Encourage them to use an Answers
appropriate tone of voice. Pupils own answers
Ask pupils to give you a sentence in the text that expresses
an opinion Aunt Muna is always helpful.
Activity Book, Page 18, Exercise 5
Answers Ask pupils to open their Activity Books at page 18. Explain
that the words revise the sounds they have looked at in the
1. No, they didnt. They visited Salt. first three units.
2. Yes, they did. In pairs, pupils say the words and point to the parts of the
3. No, they arent. They are in black. word that have the /eI/, /s/ or /k/ sound.
4. No, they arent. They are in the shape of triangles. When they have finished, play the recording for them to
5. Yes, she is. check their answers and repeat the words.
6. No, she didnt. She bought a postcard of the
Now ask pupils to say each word aloud. Check their
costumes.
pronunciation.
7. Pupils own answers

Audioscript
5 Read and answer 1. /eI/ holiday they again table today rain
2. /s/ sister circle Saturday pencil glass postcard
Aunt Muna and Uncle Hassan visited Salt before they arrived
3. /k/ clever picnic jacket kind music black
in Amman. Uncle Hassan and Aunt Muna went to a museum in
Salt. They looked at some traditional costumes from Salt. The
costumes are black with a rectangle of special sewing around the
neck. The sleeves of the dresses are in the shape of triangles. Aunt
Answers
Muna is always helpful. She bought a postcard of the costumes for 1. holiday they again table today rain
my project! 2. sister circle Saturday pencil glass postcard
3. clever picnic jacket kind music black
Samira

1 Did Aunt Muna and Uncle


Hassan visit Jerash? Activity Book, Page 18, Exercise 6
2 Did they visit a museum?
Did Aunt Muna and Uncle Explain the task. Pupils say each word aloud and decide if
3 Are the costumes in the
museum colourful?
Hassan visit Jerash? it contains the /s/ sound or the /k/ sound. They then write
4 Are the sleeves of the
the word in the correct column.
dresses in the shape of Read the example, then read the next two words (glass, ice)
squares?
5 Is Aunt Muna helpful?
and check that pupils know they must write these in the
6 Did Aunt Muna buy
column under /s/.
a doll for Samira?
No, they didnt.
Pupils continue in pairs.
7 Are traditional costumes
easy to make?
They visited Salt. Check answers as a class. They can say the words in each
column aloud.
6 Talk about you
What is different for you this
year? What isnt different? Answers
you
your family
/s/ sign glass ice juice sun swing
your friends /k/ camera kite make mosaic neck uncle
school
at the weekend

I was ten last year but, Alia was my friend last year and
this year Im eleven. shes my friend this year, too.
18

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Activity Book, Page 18, Exercise 7 Pupils Book, Page 19, Exercise 7
Ask pupils to look at the text and say what it is (it is part of Ask pupils to look at section 2. Explain that in the next
a letter to a friend). lesson, they will use the answers they have written today to
Pupils can use the letter in the Pupils Book to help if write a postcard like the one in the book. Encourage them
necessary. to search the Internet to locate and select greeting cards to
take ideas.
Give them plenty of time to plan what to write. Go round
and monitor as they are working and help if necessary. Ask pupils to describe what they can see in the picture.
Then read it aloud with appropriate expression. Ask some
They could complete the task for homework. pupils to read the postcard aloud clearly with a reasonable
When they have finished, ask a few pupils to read their speed and volume. Help them with any language.
letters to the class. Praise all good efforts. Get a pair of pupils to read the example question and
End the lesson answer in section 3.
Explain that they are now going to work in pairs to ask and
Tell the pupils that in the next lesson, they will do a project answer the questions from part 1 about their own holidays.
about a special day in their holidays. Ask them to think
Go round and monitor their work and check they are doing
about what day they can talk about.
this well.
Check answers as a class by getting some pairs to ask and
Lesson 5

answer in front of the class.

Outcomes It is expected that pupils will:



Answers
follow simple oral instructions
use words and short sentences to Pupils own answers
participate in short, simple exchanges
ask questions and give answers in an
appropriate tone of voice
use reading strategies to understand
simple reading material
7
1
Project: Our special day

Read and answer

read clearly with a reasonable speed and


volume
1 What was your favourite
day in the holidays?
4 Did you travel by car?


5 What did you see?
locate and select suitable electronic 2 Who was with you? 6 Why did you enjoy the day?
3 Where did you go?
greeting cards for different occasions
write simple sentences to answer
questions
2 Make a postcard
Draw a picture or choose a photo.
Write to a friend about your
Structures Revision of: favourite day in the holidays.
The past simple: Dear Raed,
My favourite day in the holidays was our visit to My favourite day in the holidays was our
Jerash. We travelled by car to Jerash. visit to Jerash. I was with my dad and
grandpa.
Functions Talking about leisure activities We travelled by car to Jerash. We went
Talking about the past to see the old Roman buildings. Some
Planning a project about writing a postcard men were in traditional Roman costumes.
I saw how the Roman people lived. It was
Topic Revision very interesting. I was very happy!
Resources Pupils Book, page 19, Exercise 7, Project: Best wishes,
Our special day Issa

3 Ask and answer What was your favourite


Revision day in the holidays?

Ask pupils what they usually/sometimes/always/never do in


the holidays. Pupils answer using an adverb of frequency.
Pupils Book, Page 19, Exercise 7
Ask pupils to open their Pupils Book at page 19. Choose My favourite day was
our visit to Jerash.
pupils to read a sentence each of Issas postcard. 19

Next, choose six pupils to read a question each from


section 1.
Put pupils in pairs. They take it in turns to ask the End the lesson
questions and answer them as if they were Issa. Go round Ask pupils to bring in photos or pictures that they can use
and monitor their work and make a note of any errors. You to make their postcard in the next lesson.
can go over these at the end.

Answers
1. My favourite day was our visit to Jerash.
2. I was with my dad and grandpa./My dad and grandpa
were with me.
3. We went to see the old Roman buildings.
4. Yes, we did.
5. We saw some men in traditional Roman costumes.
6. It was very interesting. Unit 4
43
Lesson 6 Classroom assessment
With reference to Unit 4, pupils can:
Outcomes It is expected that pupils will: Scoring criteria Good Fair Poor
follow simple oral instructions
use words and short sentences to
recognise sounds of some consonants
and vowels
participate in short, simple exchanges
ask questions and give answers in an
appropriate tone of voice
participate in simple classroom
exchanges

use reading strategies to understand


simple reading material
respond to questions before, during and
after listening

write a postcard to a friend


use and spell correctly learnt vocabulary
use short sentences to talk with a
partner or a small group about familiar

correct spelling and punctuation with


the assistance of peers
situations with a partner, prepare and
present a short simple dialogue
demonstrate understanding of simple
Structures Revision of: informational material
The past simple: express an opinion based on
My favourite day in the holidays was our visit to information from a written source
Jerash. We travelled by car to Jerash. write sentences to complete a letter
Functions Talking about leisure activities use and spell correctly learnt vocabulary
Talking about the past
Presenting a project about writing a End the lesson
postcard
Go to Handwriting Practice pages 72-73 at the end of the
Topic Revision Activity Book. Refer to Teachers Book pages 187-188 to
teach the formation of individual letters. Pupils then copy
Resources Pupils Book, page 19, Exercise 7, Project:
the sentences on these pages in order to practise
Our special day
semi-cursive handwriting.
Activity Book, page 79, Assessment
Activity Book, pages 72 and 73, Make sure that the letters in the words are attached with
Handwriting Practice appropriate observation of the given examples.
Project Worksheet 1, page 162 Ask pupils to complete the assessment found in the Activity
Blank postcards or pieces of paper Books on page 79.
Congratulate pupils on all their hard work in the first four
units.
Pupils Book, Page 19, Exercise 7
Ask pupils if they have brought in pictures of their special
day in the holidays or ask them to draw their own pictures.
Now ask them to look again at the photograph on Pupils
Book page 19. Ask pupils what they can remember about
Issas postcard.
Then ask pupils to read the postcard again.
Explain that pupils are now going to write their own
postcards. Hand out Project worksheet 1 (page 162) for
them to do this.
Pupils use their own answers to the questions in section 1
and the model postcard in part 2 to write their postcards.
They can stick on their pictures below their text.
Go round and help them. Make sure they lay out the card
like the model, with Dear at the top and Best wishes,
(name) at the bottom.
When they have finished, ask pupils to show each other their
cards. Encourage pupils to offer suggestions as to how the
cards could be improved, or to correct spelling or punctuation.
Now ask pupils to work in different pairs. Get them to
ask and answer the questions from part 1 about their
postcards. Pupils take it in turns to answer. Go round and
monitor their work and make a note of any errors. You can
go over these at the end.
Pupils can display their postcards on a board for other
pupils to look at.

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44
Unit
Are you going to see planes?
Hello

Now do the same with five to, ten to, twenty to and twenty-five
Lesson 1

to.
Then revise half past, quarter past and quarter to.
Outcomes It is expected that pupils will:

Move the clock to different positions and ask pupils for the
follow simple oral instructions time. Do this until they are confident at saying to and past
demonstrate understanding of spoken the hour.
words in simple instructions, exchanges Revise going to. Say, Today, we are going to listen to a recording.
and presentations

Are we going to do unit 5? Elicit the answer Yes, we are.
participate in simple classroom exchanges
Present the negative form: Are we going to do unit 6? No, we
respond to questions before, during and

arent. We arent going to do unit 6. Pupils repeat.


after listening
pronounce short, simple English words
correctly
Ask pupils Are we going to do unit 4? Elicit the answer: No, we
arent. We arent going to do unit 4. Do the same with other

demonstrate recognition of word


formation
units until they can answer confidently.
Present the word transport. Ask pupils to tell you as many
forms of transport as they can. Write their ideas on the
Structures Revision of the verb going to for future plans board.
and introduction of the negative form: Use the flashcards to present helicopter, lorry, motorbike.
Were going to do a project about transport at Get them to say the words several times and make sure
school. they correctly stress the first syllables: helicopter, lorry,
Are you going to visit the Royal Automobile motorbike.
Museum in Amman? Yes, we are. Now present collection. Ask pupils if they have any
We arent going to see lorries. collections at home. Ask them what you can have
Revision of telling the time with oclock: collections of, e.g. stamps, toy cars, stones, fossils etc.
The museum opens at ten oclock. Present the word class. Ask pupils if their class has a name
Introduction of telling the time with past/to: or number.
My class is going to travel to the museum at The other new words are answer and question. The pupils
twenty-five past nine. may know these words from rubrics in the book. See if they
can understand the words from context.
Functions Talking about the future
Talking about types of transport Pupils Book, Page 20, Exercise 1
Telling the time
Ask pupils to open their books at page 20 and to look
Vocabulary answer (v), class (n), collection, excited, helicopter, at the pictures. Ask pupils to tell you who they can see
lorry, motorbike, question (n), transport (n) (Kareem and Samira). Ask What transport can you see? (a plane, a
car, a motorbike, a helicopter, a lorry).
Topic Transport Ask pupils to listen to the recording to find out what
Kareem is going to visit.
Resources Pupils Book, page 20, Exercise 1, Listen Ask pupils to listen to the story and read as they listen.
and read Ask Where is Kareem going to go? Elicit He is going to visit the
Audio, Pupils Book, Unit 5, Exercise 1 Royal Automobile Museum in Amman.
Flashcards: helicopter, lorry, motorbike Play the recording for the pupils again. Pause after each
A clock sentence for the pupils to repeat as a class and then as
individuals.
Ask a few comprehension questions, for example:
Revision

for picture 1: What project is Kareem going to do? (Hes


Ask a few pupils to present their postcards from the project going to do a project about transport.) When is he going to
in the previous lesson. Other pupils can ask them questions the Royal Automobile Museum in Amman? (Hes going to go
if they wish. Put the projects on the wall for everyone to to the museum on Tuesday.)
read. for picture 2: What transport is he going to see? (Hes
There will be a project in each review lesson. Take a note going to see cars and motorbikes.) Is he going to see planes,
of who presented their project this time and make sure you helicopters or lorries? (No, he isnt. He isnt going to see
ask different pupils next time. planes, helicopters or lorries.)
for picture 3: Is he going to answer questions about the
Presentation

collection in the museum? (Yes, he is.) What are they going


Show pupils a clock and revise telling the time with oclock. to talk about at school next week? (They are going to talk
Point to different hours and elicit the time (Its four oclock, about King Husseins collection.)
etc). for picture 4: Is Kareem going to be at home for lunch on
Now draw a circle on the board and draw a line from the Tuesday? (Yes, he is.) Is he going to travel to the museum at
top to the bottom of the circle. On the right side of the ten oclock? (No, he isnt. Hes going to travel to the museum
line, write past. On the left side of the line, write to. at twenty-five past nine.) Does the museum open at twenty-
Now move the hands of the clock to five past one and say five past nine? (No, it doesnt. It opens at ten oclock.)
Its five past one. Pupils repeat.
Do the same with ten past, twenty past and twenty-five past.
Unit 5
45
Unit End the lesson
5 Are you going to see planes? Ask pupils if they have been to the Royal Automobile
Museum in Amman. If they say no, ask them what
museums they have visited.
1 Listen and read

Lesson 2
1 2

Outcomes It is expected that pupils will:


use clues (pictures) to understand new or
unfamiliar words when listening
Samira: Are you going to see planes
and helicopters?
ask questions and give answers in an
appropriate tone of voice

Kareem: No, we arent, and we arent
Kareem: Were going to do a project about
going to see lorries.
transport at school.
Samira: What are you going to see?
pronounce short, simple English words
Samira: Are you going to visit the Royal
correctly

Automobile Museum in Amman? Kareem: Were going to see King
Kareem: Yes, we are. Were going to go to
Husseins collection of cars and
motorbikes.
use words and short sentences to
the museum on Tuesday.
participate in short, simple exchanges
3 4
use context and visual clues to predict or
identify meaning of unfamiliar words
use reading strategies to understand
simple reading material
use and spell correctly learnt vocabulary
Revision of the verb going to for future plans
Structures
Samira: Is Kareem going to be here and practice of the negative form:
for lunch on Tuesday, Mum?
Samira: What are you going to do at the Mum: Yes, he is. What time are you
Were going to do a project about transport at
museum? going to go to the museum, Kareem? school.
Kareem: Were going to answer questions
about the cars and the motorbikes in the
Kareem: My class is going to travel to
the museum at twenty-five past nine. Are you going to visit the Royal Automobile
museum. Were going to talk about King
Husseins collection at school next week.
The museum opens at ten oclock. Im
very excited!
Museum in Amman? Yes, we are.
20 We arent going to see lorries.
Revision of telling the time with oclock:
The museum opens at ten oclock.
Audioscript Introduction of telling the time with past/to:
1. My class is going to travel to the museum at
Kareem: Were going to do a project about transport twenty-five past nine.
at school. Talking about the future
Samira: Are you going to visit the Royal Automobile Functions
Talking about types of transport
Museum in Amman?
Telling the time
Kareem: Yes, we are. Were going to go to the museum
on Tuesday.
2. Topic Transport
Samira: Are you going to see planes and helicopters?
Kareem: No, we arent, and we arent going to see Resources Pupils Book, page 20, Exercise 1, Listen
lorries. and read
Samira: What are you going to see? Activity Book, page 19, Exercise 1, Match.
Kareem: Were going to see King Husseins collection Then listen and check
of cars and motorbikes. Activity Book, page 19, Exercise 2, Look,
3. read and write
Samira: What are you going to do at the museum? Audio, Pupils Book, Unit 5, Exercise 1
Kareem: Were going to answer questions about the Audio, Activity Book, Unit 5, Exercise 1
cars and the motorbikes in the museum. Flashcards: helicopter, lorry, motorbike
Were going to talk about King Husseins A clock
collection at school next week.
4. Revision
Samira: Is Kareem going to be here for lunch on
Tuesday, Mum? Use the clock to revise the time. Move the hands to various
Mum: Yes, he is. What time are you going to go to positions and ask What time is it? Pupils answer using oclock,
the museum, Kareem? past and to.
Kareem: My class is going to travel to the museum at Hold up the flashcards and revise the words. Make sure
twenty-five past nine. The museum opens at they pronounce them correctly.
ten oclock. Im very excited!
Pupils Book, Page 20, Exercise 1
Further practice Ask pupils to open their books at page 20. Ask them to tell
you as much as they can about the story.
Choose pupils to read each part out loud. Check their Play the recording while pupils follow in their books.
pronunciation and practise as a class if necessary.
In groups of three, pupils practise reading the dialogue,
taking the parts of Samira, Kareem and Mum. Monitor
as they are working and make notes of any pronunciation
Unit 5 mistakes. Go over the mistakes as a class. Encourage the
use of an appropriate tone of voice.
46
Further practice Classroom assessment
Ask pupils to work in pairs. Tell them to make right or With reference to Lessons 1 and 2, pupils can:
wrong sentences about the story. Their partner says Yes or Scoring criteria Good Fair Poor
No. For example: Kareem is going to see lorries in the museum. demonstrate understanding of spoken
(No, he isnt.) They are going to see King Husseins collection of cars words in simple instructions, exchanges
and motorbikes. (Yes, they are.) and presentations
Activity Book, Page 19, Exercise 1 participate in simple classroom
exchanges
Ask pupils to open their books at page 19 of their Activity ask questions and give answers in an
Books. Read the example so that pupils are clear that they appropriate tone of voice
match the answers AE with the questions 15.
use words and short sentences to
Pupils can work in pairs to complete the task. participate in short, simple exchanges
Pupils then listen to the recording to check their answers.
use reading strategies to understand
Choose pairs to read out each question and answer. simple reading material
use and spell correctly learnt vocabulary
Audioscript
Mum: Are you going to go on a school trip tomorrow, End the lesson
Huda?
Huda: Yes, we are. Were going to go at half past nine Ask pupils if they can name any other forms of transport,
tomorrow morning. e.g. train, bike.
Mum: Where are you going to go? Ask how they usually travel to school.
Huda: Were going to visit the Childrens Museum. Im
very excited. Lesson 3
Mum: What are you going to do at the museum?
Huda: Were going to learn about the sun, the moon Outcomes It is expected that pupils will:
and the stars.
Mum: Thats good. Are you going to have lunch at the
museum?
demonstrate understanding of spoken
words in simple instructions, exchanges
and presentations
Huda: No, we arent going to eat there.
Mum: What time are you going to come home? use words and short sentences to
participate in short, simple exchanges
Huda: Were going to come home at a quarter past
one. ask questions and give answers in an
appropriate tone of voice

Answers
with a partner, prepare and present a
short, simple dialogue to the class
1. B 2. E 3. D 4. A 5. C use reading strategies to understand
simple reading material
Activity Book, Page 19, Exercise 2 use and spell correctly learnt vocabulary
Revision of the verb going to for future plans
Ask pupils to look at Exercise 2. Read the question at the Structures
top. Pupils answer in pairs. and practice of the negative form:
Is Samira going to have lunch with Grandma on
Check answers as a class. Make sure they spell the plural of
Thursday? No, she isnt. Samira isnt going to

lorry correctly (lorries).


have lunch with Grandma on Thursday.

Answers Functions Talking about the future


1. helicopters Transport
2. planes
Topic
3. lorries Resources Pupils Book, page 21, Exercise 2, Look
4. motorbikes and say
5. cars Activity Book, page 20, Exercise 3, Look,
read and complete

Revision
Ask pupils to look at page 20 of the Pupils Book and ask
a few questions about the story, e.g. Is Kareem going to do a
project about transport? (Yes, he is.) Is he going to visit the Royal
Automobile Museum? (Yes, he is.) Are they going to see planes and
helicopters? (No, they arent.)
Pupils Book, Page 21, Exercise 2
Ask pupils to look at the pictures on page 21 of the Pupils
Book. Ask them to describe what they can see. Help them
with any vocabulary.
Point to the ticks and crosses above each picture, then ask
a pair of pupils to read the example (concerning Thursday).
Make sure they use the appropriate tone of voice.
Unit 5
47
Pupils work in pairs to ask and answer questions about the
other pictures. Go round and monitor their work and make Answers
a note of any problems. You can go over these at the end. 1. Yes, he is. Hes going to write a story.
Get a few pairs of pupils to demonstrate their dialogues to 2. No, he isnt. Hes going to play with his friends on
the class. Saturday.
3. No, they arent. On Friday, theyre going to play in the
Answers park.
Is Samira going to have lunch with Grandma on Thursday? 4. Yes, they are. Theyre going to have lunch with them.
No, she isnt. Samira isnt going to have lunch with 5. No, she isnt. She is going to go to the sports centre
Grandma on Thursday. on Friday.
Is Kareem going to go to the mosque on Friday? 6. Yes, she is. She is going to help Mum make cakes.
Yes, he is. He is going to go to the mosque on Friday.
Is Samira going to play tennis on Saturday? End the lesson
No, she isnt. Samira isnt going to play tennis on
Saturday. Ask pupils questions about themselves, e.g. Are you going to
do your homework on Friday afternoon? Are you going to play with
Is Kareem going to make a model plane on Sunday? your friends on Friday? Are you going to go to the sports centre on
No, he isnt. Kareem isnt going to make a model plane Friday afternoon? etc. Pupils answer Yes, I am or No, Im not.
on Sunday. Im going to
Is Kareem going to help his father on Monday? Yes, he is.
Kareem is going to help his father on Monday. Lesson 4
Is Samira going to use her laptop on Tuesday?
No, she isnt. Samira isnt going to use her laptop on Outcomes It is expected that pupils will:
Tuesday. follow simple oral instructions
participate in simple classroom exchanges
ask questions and give answers in an
appropriate tone of voice
anes?
2 Look and say
Is Samira going
with a partner, prepare and present a
short, simple dialogue to the class
to have lunch
with Grandma
on Thursday?
use reading strategies to understand
simple reading material
use and spell correctly learnt vocabulary
Revision of the verb going to for future plans
Thursday Friday Structures
and practice of the negative form:
Are you going to play with your friends on Friday?
No, Im not. Im going to go to the mosque.
No, she isnt.

Functions Talking about the future


Saturday Sunday
Topic Transport

Resources Pupils Book, page 21, Exercise 3, Ask and
answer
Samira isnt going to Activity Book, page 20, Exercise 4,
have lunch with
Grandma on Thursday. Complete and circle
Monday Tuesday

3 Ask and answer Are you going to


Revision
play with your
Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday friends on Friday? Revise buildings. Ask pupils to name as many buildings as
Thursday Friday Saturday they can in their town and write these on the board, e.g.
play with your friends sports centre, water park, mosque, park, school, museum.
help Mum in the garden


paint pictures
visit your grandparents
Pupils Book, Page 21, Exercise 3
go to the mosque Ask pupils to open their books at page 21. Ask a pupil to
go to the park
write an email No, Im not. Im going
read the list of activities.
do your homework to go to the mosque. 21 Now ask a pair of pupils to read the example question and
answer. Explain that they can ask about any day of the
week.
Activity Book, Page 20, Exercise 3 Pupils work in pairs to complete the task. Go round and
monitor their work and make sure they use the appropriate
Ask pupils to open their Activity Books at page 20. tone of voice. Make a note of any errors. Go over these at
Explain the task. Pupils use the information in the table to the end.
complete the sentences. Ask a pupil to read the first two
sentences as examples. Ask a few pairs to demonstrate their dialogues to the class.
Pupils complete the task individually, then compare
answers in pairs. Answers
Check answers as a class. Choose pairs to read the Pupils own answers
questions and completed answers.
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Activity Book, Page 20, Exercise 4 Revise superlatives. Ask pupils Who is the oldest in your family?
Pupils answer, e.g. My grandfather is the oldest. Now ask Who
Ask pupils to open their Activity Books at page 20. Get a is the fastest in your family? Pupils answer, e.g. My brother is the
pair of pupils to read the example question and answer. fastest. Write oldest and fastest on the board.
Explain that pupils can answer truthfully for themselves.
Pupils complete the task in pairs. Presentation
Get pupils to read the completed questions and answers to Ask pupils what cars they think are in the museum and
check their answers. elicit, e.g. old cars, fast cars.
Present powerful. Explain that fast cars and motorbikes are
very powerful. Pupils repeat the word.
Answers
Questions: Pupils Book, Page 22, Exercise 4
1. Are you going to go to the mosque on Friday?
2. Are you going to see your friends on Saturday? Ask pupils to open their books at page 22. Explain that
3. Are you going to help Mum tomorrow? Kareem is writing a postcard about his visit to the Royal
Automobile Museum in Amman. Ask pupils to read the
4. Are you and your friends going to go to the park on
first two sentences and ask, Where is Kareem? Pupils answer
Saturday? He is in the museum. Then ask What time is it at the museum
5. Is your teacher going to give you lots of homework now? Elicit Its ten oclock.
today?
Now ask them to read the rest of the text to find out Is the
Answers: Pupils own answers
fastest motorbike in the collection faster than the fastest car?
Give pupils time to read the text. When you have finished,
End the lesson ask your question again and elicit the answer No, it isnt. The
fastest car in the collection is faster than the fastest motorbike.
Tell the pupils you are going to learn about a museum Choose pupils to read the postcard aloud. Then, in pairs,
in the next lesson. Ask them to guess which one it is (the pupils complete the gapped sentences in their notebooks,
Royal Automobile Museum). as in the example. Monitor as they work, helping if
necessary.
Lesson 5 Check answers as a class.

Outcomes It is expected that pupils will: Answers


follow simple oral instructions
use words and short sentences to
1. five to ten
2. ten oclock
participate in short, simple exchanges
use reading strategies to understand
simple reading material, a postcard
3. oldest
4. car

demonstrate understanding of simple


informational material, a postcard
5. motorbike
6. powerful

use and spell correctly learnt vocabulary


write simple sentences on familiar topics
4 Read and complete
Structures Revision of the verb going to for future plans:
Were going to learn about the oldest car and We arrived at the Royal Automobile Museum at five
to ten. Its ten oclock now and the museum is open.
the oldest motorbike in the collection. Were going to see all the cars and motorbikes. Were
The past simple: going to learn about the oldest car and the oldest
motorbike in the collection.
What time did they arrive at the museum? They
The oldest car is more than one hundred and twenty years old. The
arrived at the museum at five to ten. oldest motorbike is more than one hundred years old. Were going
to look for the fastest car and for the fastest
Functions Talking about the future motorbike in the collection. The fastest motorbike is
very powerful.
Talking about the past
The fastest car in the collection is faster than the
Talking about types of transport fastest motorbike.
Showing appreciation of museums
Showing appreciation of the value of old powerful ten oclock oldest
means of transport motorbike car five to ten They arrived at
the museum at
1 Kareem arrived at the museum at . five to ten.
Vocabulary powerful 2 The museum opens at .
3 Theyre going to learn about the cars and motorbikes.

Topic Transport 4 The oldest is more than one hundred and twenty years old.
5 The oldest is more than one hundred years old.
6 The fastest motorbike is very .
Resources Pupils Book, page 22, Exercise 4, Read
and complete
Activity Book, page 21, Exercise 5, Read
and circle
Activity Book, page 21, Exercise 6, Write
sentences

Revision
Ask pupils what they can tell you about the Royal
Automobile Museum in Amman. What can they see there? 22
Elicit King Husseins collection of cars and motorbikes.
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Activity Book, Page 21, Exercise 5
Ask pupils to open their Activity Books at page 21.
Lesson 6
Explain that they are going to read about another trip to Outcomes
It is expected that pupils will:

a museum by Huda. Ask pupils to read quickly to find out recognise the sound of some consonants
what is inside the museum. (You can see a planetarium and use clues (pictures) to understand new or
there is a shop). Help them with any vocabulary. unfamiliar words when listening
Ask pupils to read the diary again, then to read the
sentences 15. Ask them to circle the correct words.
use words and short sentences to
participate in short, simple exchanges
They can compare answers in pairs. ask questions and give answers in an
appropriate tone of voice
Check answers as a class.
prepare and present a short, simple
dialogue to the class with a partner
Answers demonstrate understanding of simple
informational material
1. morning
2. parents use and spell correctly learnt vocabulary
trace words and simple sentences
3. planetarium Structures Revision of the verb going to for future plans:
4. the Earth Alia is going to drive to the airport at twenty to seven.
5. school Revision of telling the time:
What time is it, please? Its twenty-five past nine.
Activity Book, Page 21, Exercise 6 Functions Recognising and pronouncing words with
the sound /m/
Pupils read the questions and the example answer. Talking about the future
Ask pupils to answer the questions individually. They can Telling the time
read the text in Exercise 5 again if necessary.
Topic Transport
Pupils compare their answers in pairs.
Check answers as a class. Resources Pupils Book, page 23, Exercise 5, Listen
and say
Pupils Book, page 23, Exercise 6, Listen
Answers and match
1. They arrived at the museum at nine oclock. Pupils Book, page 23, Exercise 7, Look
2. She is going to visit the museum again in the holidays. and say
3. She bought a book about the planets. Activity Book, page 22, Exercise 7, Listen
4. Jupiter has got more than 50 moons. and repeat. Then point and say
5. They are going to learn about space/the planets. Activity Book, page 22, Exercise 8, Look
and write
Activity Book, page 22, Exercise 9, Trace
End the lesson and complete
Tell students they are going to do more exercises about
Audio, Pupils Book, Unit 5, Exercise 5
time in the next lesson. Ask pupils What time is it now? Pupils
Audio, Pupils Book, Unit 5, Exercise 6
answer. Audio, Activity Book, Unit 5, Exercise 7
Photocopiable Extra Practice Worksheet
2, page 167
A clock

Revision
Ask pupils to come to the front. Say a time, e.g Its ten to
four. Pupils move the hands on the clock to show that time.
Do the same with several times. Then get pupils to say the
time. Other pupils move the hands on the clock.
Pupils Book, Page 23, Exercise 5
Ask pupils to open their books at page 23 and to look at
the pictures. Explain that they are going to hear words with
the /m/ sound.
Play the recording. Pupils repeat the sound and the words
as a class. Invite individuals to say the words.

Audioscript
/m/, /m/: motorbike, summer, lamb

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Pupils Book, Page 23, Exercise 6
Ask pupils to look at the six clocks. Pupils say what time is 5 Listen and say

shown on each one.


Explain that pupils are going to hear a conversation
between a girl and a boy. They need to match each part of
the conversation 1 6 with one of the clocks a f.
Play the recording all the way through and ask pupils to
find out where the father is going (Aqaba). motorbike summer lamb

Now play the first part of the recording again, then pause.
6 Listen and match
Read the example answer in the book and ask pupils which
clock this matches with (clock e). a b c

Do the same with the remaining five parts of the recording.


Encourage pupils to take notes as they are listening.
Play the recording all the way through again. d e f
Check answers as a class.
Were going to drive to the
airport at twenty to seven.
Audioscript
1. 7 Look and say
Boy: Is Dad going to be here on Saturday?
Girl: No, Dads going to work in Aqaba on Saturday. 1 2 3 4
What time is it, please?
Hes going to go by plane. Were going to drive
to the airport at twenty to seven.
2.
5 6 7 8
Boy: Are we going to have breakfast at the airport?
Girl: Yes. Were going to wave goodbye to Dad at
nine oclock.
3.
Its twenty-five past nine.
Boy: Are we going to talk to Dad when he is in
Aqaba? 23
Girl: Yes. Dads going to phone us from Aqaba at five
past ten.
4. Pupils Book, Page 23, Exercise 7
Girl: Were going to see Dad on Thursday. Hes going
to fly home at five to seven. Ask pupils to look at the clocks. In pairs, pupils ask and
5. answer for each one using the appropriate tone of voice, as
Boy: Are we going to go to the airport again? in the example.
Girl: Yes. Were going to drive to the airport at twenty Go round and monitor their work and make a note of any
past seven. errors. Go over these at the end.
6. Ask pairs of pupils to demonstrate their dialogues to the
Girl: Were going to see Dad at quarter to eight. class to check their answers. Make sure they are speaking
Boy: Hes going to enjoy Aqaba! clearly with a reasonable speed and volume.

Answers
Answers 1. What time is it, please? Its twenty-five past nine.
1. clock e 2. What time is it, please? Its five past nine.
2. clock d 3. What time is it, please? Its twenty past twelve
3. clock f 4. What time is it, please? Its five to eleven.
4. clock a 5. What time is it, please? Its twenty-five to two.
5. clock b 6. What time is it, please? Its twenty to eight.
6. clock c 7. What time is it, please? Its ten past eight.
8. What time is it, please? Its ten to five.

Activity Book, Page 22, Exercise 7


Ask pupils to open their Activity Books at page 22. Ask
them to look at the pictures. Play the recording. Pupils
listen and repeat.
Play the recording again.
Now ask pupils to point to each picture and say the word.
They can do this first in pairs, then as a class.
Ask a few individuals to say the words to check their
pronunciation.

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Audioscript and answers
Classroom assessment
With reference to Unit 5, pupils can:
1. museum
2. man Scoring criteria Good Fair Poor
3. camera demonstrate understanding of spoken
4. numbers words in simple instructions, exchanges
5. Mum and presentations
6. comb respond to questions before, during and
after listening
Activity Book, Page 22, Exercise 8 participate in simple classroom
exchanges
Ask pupils to look at the clocks. In pairs, they say the time
on each clock. ask questions and give answers in an
Now ask them to write the times, as in the example. appropriate tone of voice
Go round and monitor their work as they do this. Offer with a partner, prepare and present a
help where necessary, for example with the spelling of short, simple dialogue to the class
quarter, half.
use reading strategies to understand
Check answers as a class. simple reading material
write simple sentences on familiar topics
Answers
1. Its ten to four.
2. Its quarter past six.
3. Its twenty-five to eleven.
4. Its half past one.
5. Its five past seven.
6. Its twenty to three.

Activity Book, Page 22, Exercise 9


Pupils say what they can see in the pictures (the number
four and lorries). Explain that they are going to practise
writing the words four and lorries and the sentence Were
going to see four lorries.
Go round and check they are writing neatly and correctly.
Ask pupils to read the completed sentence aloud.

Further practice
Make a copy of Extra practice worksheet 2, page 167, for
each pupil. Explain that they should match the times on
the clocks with the words.
Pupils can work in pairs.

End the lesson


Ask pupils What time is it, please? and pupils answer. Now
say What time do you do your homework/eat in the evening/go to
bed? Pupils answer.

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Unit
Grandpa
Hellotook this photo

Presentation
Lesson 1
Present jobs and places of work using the flashcards and
Outcomes It is expected that pupils will: the pictures on the wallchart. Present each job and get
follow simple oral instructions
use clues (flashcards) to understand new
pupils to repeat: dentist, firefighter, policeman, scientist.
Now present the places of work. Get pupils to repeat. Then
or unfamiliar words when listening ask Who works in a fire station? (A firefighter.) Who works in a
use print or electronic bilingual
dictionaries to help understand
dentists surgery? (A dentist.) You can also ask Who works in
a police station? (A policeman.) Who works in a laboratory? (A
scientist.)
unfamiliar words
use words and short sentences to
participate in short, simple exchanges
Ask pupils to use electronic bilingual dictionaries to help
understand the new words.
demonstrate understanding of simple
informational material Pupils Book, Page 24, Exercise 1
use context and visual clues to predict or
identify meaning of unfamiliar words
Ask pupils to open their books at page 24. Ask them who
they can see in the pictures (Kareem, Samira, Grandma,
Grandpa). Ask What are they looking at? and elicit They are
Structures The past simple tense affirmative, negative looking at some photos/pictures.
and question forms: Tell pupils they are going to listen to a conversation
Dad went to visit his friend Jaber this morning. and while they listen, they need to find out who is in the
Did you live in this house? No, we didnt. photos.
The past simple with time markers: Play the recording. Pupils listen and read.
Grandpa took this photo thirty years ago. Play the recording again and ask pupils some questions to
Dad and I saw Faisal last Tuesday! see if they can work out the meaning of want from context:
It was in 2009.
for picture 1: Who took this photo? (Grandpa.)
Functions Talking about events in the past When did he take the photo? (He took the photo thirty years
Placing events in the past ago.)
Talking about jobs and workplaces
Where did they live thirty years ago? (They lived next to a
Vocabulary ago, dentist, dentists surgery, firefighter, fire dentists surgery.)
station, policeman, scientist, want (v) What was Grandpas job? (He was a dentist.)
The past for picture 2: Who took this photo? (Grandpa.)
Topic
Who is Faisal? (He is a friend of Dads.)
Resources Pupils Book, page 24, Exercise 1, Listen Why were they at a fire station? (Faisals dad was a
and read
firefighter.)
Audio, Pupils Book, Unit 6, Exercise 1
Flashcards: dentist, dentists surgery, Is Faisal a firefighter too? (No, hes a policeman.)
firefighter, fire station, policeman, for picture 3: Where was Dad in this photo? (He was in a
scientist science laboratory.)
Wallchart: Jobs and work Where did Jaber work? (He worked in a laboratory.)
Did Jaber want to be a firefighter? (No, he wanted to be a
Revision scientist.)
Revise jobs. Ask pupils to name as many jobs as they can, Who sometimes helped him? (Dad sometimes helped him.)
e.g. baker, teacher, doctor, butcher, nurse. Write these on the for picture 4: Where did Dad go this morning? (He went to
board. visit his friend Jaber.)
Revise the past tense. Say Last year, I went to (England). Where
did you go last year? Pupils answer I went to Why did he go to the museum? (Jaber works at the
Now say When I was a baby, I lived in (Jerash). Where did you live museum.)
when you were a baby? Pupils answer I lived in What is Jaber going to do? (He is going to show Dad
Revise show around. Say Please show a new pupil around the around.)
school. Where will you go? Elicit from pupils that they will go
to all the rooms in the school.

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Unit End the lesson
6 Grandpa took this photo Ask pupils, Do you take photos? What do you take photos of?
Pupils answer.
1
Lesson 2
Listen and read
2
1

Outcomes It is expected that pupils will:


demonstrate understanding of spoken
words in simple instructions, exchanges
and presentations
use words and short sentences to
participate in short, simple exchanges
Grandma: Look at these photos of your dad!
Grandpa: I took this photo twenty years
ago. This is Dad and his friend, Faisal.
pronounce short, simple English words
and phrases correctly

Kareem: Where were they?
Grandpa took this photo thirty years ago.
Your dad was a child. He was in Grade 1. Grandma: They were at the re station.
Samira: Did you live in this house? Faisals dad was a reghter. ask questions and give answers in an
appropriate tone of voice

Grandma: No, we didnt. We lived next to a Kareem: Dad and I saw Faisal last
dentists surgery. Grandpa was a dentist. Tuesday! Hes a policeman.
3
use context and visual clues to predict or
4
identify meaning of unfamiliar words
demonstrate understanding of simple
informational material
use and spell correctly learnt vocabulary

Structures The past simple tense affirmative, negative


and question forms:
Dad went to visit his friend Jaber this morning.
Samira: Dad was in a science laboratory in this
photo. When was this?
Kareem: Dad went to visit his friend
Jaber this morning.
Did you live in this house? No, we didnt.
Grandma: It was in 2009. Your dads friend, Grandpa: Where did he go? The past simple with time markers:
Jaber, worked in the laboratory. Jaber liked
science. He wanted to be a scientist. Dad Kareem: He went to the Jordan Grandpa took this photo thirty years ago.
Museum. Jaber works at the museum.
sometimes helped him.
Hes going to show Dad around now! Dad and I saw Faisal last Tuesday.
24
It was in 2009.
Functions Talking about events in the past
Audioscript Placing events in the past
1. Talking about jobs and workplaces
Grandma: Look at these photos of your dad! Grandpa
took this photo thirty years ago. Your dad Topic The past
was a child. He was in Grade 1.
Samira: Did you live in this house? Resources Pupils Book, page 24, Exercise 1, Listen
Grandma: No, we didnt. We lived next to a dentists and read
surgery. Grandpa was a dentist. Activity Book, page 23, Exercise 1, Read
2. and order
Grandpa: I took this photo twenty years ago. This is Activity Book, page 23, Exercise 2,
Dad and his friend, Faisal. Complete
Kareem: Where were they? Audio, Pupils Book, Unit 6, Exercise 1
Grandma: They were at the fire station. Faisals dad was Flashcards: dentist, dentists surgery,
a firefighter. firefighter, fire station, policeman,
Kareem: Dad and I saw Faisal last Tuesday! Hes a scientist
policeman. Wallchart: Jobs and work
3.
Samira: Dad was in a science laboratory in this photo.
When was this? Revision
Grandma: It was in 2009. Your dads friend, Jaber, Use the flashcards to revise dentist, dentists surgery, firefighter,
worked in the laboratory. Jaber liked science. fire station, policeman, scientist.
He wanted to be a scientist. Dad sometimes Now ask pupils to look at the wallchart Jobs and work. Say
helped him. a word from the flashcards, e.g. firefighter. Ask a pupil to
4. come up and point to it on the wallchart. Ask him or her to
Kareem: Dad went to visit his friend Jaber this say the word. Then repeat with the other words.
morning.
Say When I was five, I wanted to be a (doctor). What did you want
Grandpa: Where did he go?

to be when you were five? Pupils answer I wanted to be a


Kareem: He went to the Jordan Museum. Jaber works
at the museum. Hes going to show Dad Revise saying years. Write 2009 on the board. Say Two
around now! thousand and nine, and ask pupils to repeat. Ask what year it
is now. Put some more years on the board and ask pupils
to say the year.

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Pupils Book, Page 24, Exercise 1
Answers
Ask pupils to open their books at page 24. Ask them to tell
you what they can remember about the story. 1. dentist; dentists surgery
2. teacher; school
Play the recording while pupils read. 3. firefighter; fire station
Pupils practise reading the story in groups of four. 4. scientist; laboratory
Ask more questions for them to practise using time
markers, for example:
for picture 1: When did Grandpa take the photo? (He took End the lesson
the photo thirty years ago.)
Ask a few pupils what job they want. Elicit answers, e.g. I
for picture 2: When did Grandpa take the photo? (He took
want to be a doctor.
it twenty years ago.)
for picture 3: When was Dad in the science laboratory?
Lesson 3

(He was in the science laboratory in 2009.)


for picture 4: When did Dad visit Jaber? (He visited Jaber
this morning.) Outcomes It is expected that pupils will:
Encourage them to use correct pronunciation and tone of
voice.
follow simple oral instructions
use words and short sentences to describe
a familiar situation
Activity Book, Page 23, Exercise 1 use reading strategies to understand
simple reading material

Ask pupils to open their Activity Books at page 23. Ask


them to describe what they can see in the pictures.
Explain that the boy in the first picture is talking to his Structures
use and spell correctly learnt vocabulary
The past simple tense affirmative and
father. However, their conversation is not in the right order. question forms:
Ask pupils to look at the four sentences below the picture. How old were you last year? I was eleven last year.
Ask them to put the conversation in the correct order 1 to The past simple with time markers:
4. He took this photo in 2010.
Read the first sentence as an example. Pupils work in pairs Talking about events in the past
to complete the task. Functions
Placing events in the past
Get pairs of pupils to read the dialogue in the correct order Sharing information about oneself
to check their answers.
Follow the same procedure for the second dialogue. Topic The past

Answers Resources Pupils Book, page 25, Exercise 2, Look


and say
Conversation 1: Activity Book, page 24, Exercise 3, Read
1. Did you take this photo, Dad? and complete
2. Yes, I did. I was on holiday with my friend, Sameer.
3. Was it many years ago?
4. Yes, it was. It was in 2006. We were in Egypt. Revision
Conversation 2: Revise jobs and places of work. Play a game. Say an
1. Where did you go this morning, Nawal? incorrect sentence which pupils must correct. For example,
2. I went to the dentists surgery. A firefighter works in a laboratory. Pupils say No, a firefighter
3. Did you have toothache? works in a fire station. Continue with the other jobs and
places of work (teacher, school; dentist, dentists surgery;
4. Yes, I did. I went to see my aunt. She works at the
scientist, laboratory).
surgery.
Ask pupils to look at the story on Pupils Book page 24. In
pairs, pupils scan the text quickly and note down all the
words that say when things happened. Give them a few
Activity Book, Page 23, Exercise 2 minutes to do this, then go over their answers as a class.
Ask pupils to look at Exercise 2. Get pupils to read the Write the words on the board: thirty years ago, twenty years
words in the two boxes. ago, in 2009, this morning.
Now ask them to complete the sentences with a job from Revise years. Write some years on the board and get pupils
one box, and a place of work from the other box. They can to say them, for example: 2013, 2003, 2001, 2008, 2012.
do this individually or in pairs. Now point to each year and elicit how long ago each year
Check answers as a class. was. For example, point to 2003 and elicit It was (eleven/
twelve) years ago. Do the same with several years.

Pupils Book, Page 25, Exercise 2


Ask pupils to look at their Pupils Book, page 25. Ask
them to describe what they can see in the pictures. Then
ask them to read the words at the top and check they
understand all the vocabulary.
Read the example with the pupils, He took this photo in 2010.
Then elicit the answer for the second picture: He phoned the
fire station yesterday.
Ask pupils to complete the task in pairs. Remind them to
take care with the irregular verb go (went).
Check answers as a class. Unit 6
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Answers Lesson 4
1. He took this photo in 2010.
2. He phoned the fire station yesterday. Outcomes It is expected that pupils will:
3. She lived next to a school five years ago.
4. He visited the museum last week.
participate in simple classroom exchanges
ask questions and give answers in an
5. She went to the dentists surgery last Tuesday. appropriate tone of voice
6. She watered the plants this morning. speak about events that happened in the
past

2
with a partner, prepare and present a
short, simple dialogue to the class

Look and say
water the plants phone the fire station He took demonstrate understanding of simple
this photo informational material

go to the dentist take this photo
live next to a school visit the museum in 2010.
use and spell correctly learnt vocabulary
1 2 3

Structures The past simple tense affirmative and


question forms:
I phoned my cousin last week.
When did Jaber phone his friend?
The past simple with time markers:
He phoned his friend ten minutes ago.
in 2010 yesterday 5 years ago

4 5 6 Functions Talking about events in the past


Placing events in the past
Asking and answering questions about the
past

Topic The past

last week last Tuesday this morning Resources Pupils Book, page 25, Exercise 3, Ask and
answer
Who did you
Activity Book, page 24, Exercise 4, Look
3 Ask and answer
phone last week? and complete
five years ago yesterday
last week this morning in 2013
1 Who did you phone? Revision
2 Who did you help?
Write some years on the board and ask pupils to say the
3 Where did you play?
4 Where did you go on holiday?
year, e.g. Two thousand and six. Now ask How long ago was
5 What did your teacher show you?
I phoned my 2006? Pupils answer.
cousin last week.
Ask pupils, What did we do in class (time of last lesson, e.g.
25
yesterday/last Monday)? Pupils answer.
Ask further questions about the past, for example: What
lessons did you have yesterday? Where did you go last Saturday?
Activity Book, Page 24, Exercise 3 What did you do for homework last night? Pupils answer.
Ask pupils to look at their Activity Books on page 24. Read
the first sentence and elicit a suitable answer from the Pupils Book, Page 25, Exercise 3
pupils.
Ask pupils to open their books at page 25. Ask pupils to
Now ask pupils to complete the task individually. They can read the questions, then ask a pair of pupils to read the
compare answers in pairs. example question and answer. Dont forget to guide them
Check answers as a class. to use appropriate tone of voice throughout.
Pupils work in pairs to ask and answer the remaining
Suggested answers questions. One pupil can ask and the other answer, then
1. I was (ten) last year. they can swap roles.
2. I was six in (2009). Choose pairs of pupils to demonstrate their dialogues to
3. I went to bed at (nine oclock). check their answers.
4. I came to school with (my brother/my sister).
5. I lived in (Amman).
6. (Miss X) was my teacher.

End the lesson


Ask pupils How old were you in 2013? How old were you in
2012? Continue and get pupils to answer for different
years.

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Answers Lesson 5
Pupils own answers
Outcomes It is expected that pupils will:

Activity Book, Page 24, Exercise 4


follow simple oral instructions
use words and short sentences to
participate in short, simple exchanges
Ask pupils to open their Activity Books at page 24. First,
pupils can study the table, which revises the past tense of with a partner, prepare and present a
short, simple dialogue to the class
some familiar verbs. use context and visual clues to predict or
identify meaning of unfamiliar words

Pupils complete the sentences using the correct words.


Ask pupils to read the completed sentences in pairs to demonstrate understanding of simple
informational material a letter
check their answers. Make sure they use the correct form of
the verbs from the table. distinguish fact from opinion in simple
reading materials

Answers
use and spell correctly learnt vocabulary
The past simple tenseaffirmative and
1. A: When did Jaber phone his friend? Structures
question forms:
B: He phoned his friend ten minutes ago. He showed my father a lot of things.
2. A: When did Siham go to the market? My father learnt about the history of the people of
B: She went to the market on Saturday. Jordan.
3. A: When did Tareq and Laila visit their grandparents? The past simple with time markers:
B: They visited their grandparents last week. My father visited the museum last week.
4. A: When did you take the photo? It opened to visitors in 2013.
B: I took the photo a year ago.
5. A: When did you play tennis? Functions Talking about events in the past
B: We played tennis this morning. Placing events in the past
6. A: When did your uncle write that book? Showing appreciation of the past
B: He wrote the book in 2010. Vocabulary writing (n), history, interesting (adj), soon, thing
Topic The past
Classroom assessment
With reference to Lessons 3 and 4, pupils can: Resources Pupils Book, page 26, Exercise 4, Read
Scoring criteria Good Fair Poor and say right or wrong
Activity Book, page 25, Exercise 5, Read
participate in simple classroom
exchanges and complete
Activity Book, page 25, Exercise 6, Circle
use words and short sentences to Yes or No
describe a familiar situation Flashcard: writing
use words and short sentences to
participate in short, simple exchanges Revision
ask questions and give answers in an
appropriate tone of voice Ask pupils to name a museum they know. Ask What can
you see at the museum? What can you do there? Pupils answer.
with a partner, prepare and present a Now ask When did you go there? Pupils answer using a time
short, simple dialogue to the class marker, e.g. I went there last month/in 2012.
use reading strategies to understand
simple reading material Presentation
demonstrate understanding of simple Use the flashcard to present writing. Say the word and get
informational material pupils to repeat. Present history with reference to the school
use and spell correctly learnt vocabulary subject.
Present things. This can be used to describe collections of
objects. For example, ask pupils What things do you have in
End the lesson your bag? Pupils answer.
Ask pupils to tell you what they did last week. Get a few Present interesting. Ask pupils what school subjects they like.
pupils to answer. If they like a subject, it is interesting. Ask what programmes
they find interesting on TV.
Finally, present soon and explain that it means in a short
time.
Pupils Book, Page 26, Exercise 4
Ask pupils to open their books at page 26. Ask them
to describe what they can see in the picture and elicit a
museum/things from the past.
Now ask pupils to read the letter. Ask them to find what
Kareem and Samiras Dad saw in the museum.
Pupils read the text. Ask the question again and get pupils
to answer (He saw a lot of things from the past.)
Guide pupils to note that the first sentence, The Jordanian
museum is very interesting., is an opinion. Draw their attention
to sentences that are facts. It opened to visitors in 2013. He Unit 6
read about the history of writing.
57
Now ask pupils to read the text again and to say if Activity Book, Page 25, Exercise 6
sentences 1 to 6 are right or wrong. They must correct the
wrong sentences. Read the example so they are clear about Explain that pupils are going to read each sentence and
the task. circle Yes if it is correct or No if it is incorrect. Read the
example with the class.
Pupils work in pairs. Pupils take it in turns to read a
sentence and to say if it is right or wrong. Pupils complete the answers individually. They can
compare answers in pairs.
Check answers as a class.
Check answers as a class.
Answers Answers
1. Wrong. He visited the museum last week. 1. Yes 2. Yes 3. No (the buildings are made from red
2. Wrong. It opened to visitors in 2013. rock) 4. No (the book has pictures in it) 5. Yes
3. Right
4. Right Further practice
5. Wrong. He read about the history of writing.
6. Wrong. Kareem and his sister are going to visit the Pupils make more Yes/No sentences about the text and say
museum with him. them to their partners for their partners to answer Yes or
No, for example: He went to Petra last week. (No.) Petra is very
big. (Yes.)
4 Read and say right or wrong End the lesson
Ask pupils, Do you want to go to Petra? Pupils answer. If pupils
The Jordan Museum is very
have been to Petra, they can tell you when, e.g. I went to
interesting. My father visited the Petra two years ago.
museum last week. The building is
new. It opened to visitors in 2013.
Lesson 6
My fathers friend works at the Kareem wrote about his
museum. He showed my father a lot of fathers visit to the museum Outcomes It is expected that pupils will:
things from the past in the museum.
My father learnt about the history of
the people of Jordan. He read about
for his school pro ect.
recognise the sound of some consonants
use clues (pictures) to understand new or
unfamiliar words when listening

the history of writing. There was a
lot to see at the museum. My father use words and short sentences to
enjoyed his visit very much.
participate in short, simple exchanges
My father is going to visit the with a partner, prepare and present a
short, simple dialogue to the class

museum again soon. My sister and
I are going to visit the museum with demonstrate understanding of simple
him. We are very excited!
informational material a short
descriptive text
Kareem

1 Kareems father visited the museum last


Wrong. Kareems father visited
the museum last week.
use and spell correctly learnt vocabulary
trace words and simple sentences on
month. familiar topics
2 The museum opened to visitors in 2012.
3 Kareems father saw a lot of things from
Structures The past simple tense:
the past in the museum.
My uncle took this photo yesterday.
4 Kareems father learnt a lot about how
people lived in Jordan in the past. They were at the dentists surgery.
5 Kareems father read about the history The past simple with time markers:
of books.
I started school five years ago.
6 Kareem isnt going to visit the museum
next time with his father.
Functions Talking about events in the past
26
Placing events in the past
Identifying places of different professions

Activity Book, Page 25, Exercise 5 Topic The past


Ask pupils to open their Activity Books at page 25. Pupils Pupils Book, page 27, Exercise 5, Listen
Resources

describe the picture. and say
Explain that they are going to read about Yousufs favourite Pupils Book, page 27, Exercise 6, Listen,
holiday and answer some questions on it. choose and say
First, ask pupils to read the five questions. Then give them Pupils Book, page 27, Exercise 7, Read
time to read the text. and say
Pupils complete the answers to the questions individually. Activity Book, page 26, Exercise 7, Circle
They can compare answers in pairs. the f sounds
Check answers as a class. Activity Book, page 26, Exercise 8,
Complete
Answers Activity Book, page 26, Exercise 9, Trace
1. He went to Petra last year. and copy
2. You can see lots of beautiful old buildings, a museum Audio, Pupils Book, Unit 6, Exercise 5
and lots of other things. Audio, Pupils Book, Unit 6, Exercise 6
3. The buildings are red. Flashcards: dentist, firefighter, scientist
4. It opened in 1994. Wallchart: Jobs and work
5. He learnt about the history of the city and its people. A calendar
Unit 6
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Revision
Answers
Revise jobs dentist, firefighter, scientist using the flashcards
1. Its picture 4. They were at the dentists surgery.
and the wallchart Jobs and work. Say a job. Pupils point to it
on the wallchart. Point to a job on the wallchart. Pupils say 2. Its picture 1. They were at the fire station.
the job. 3. Its picture 2. They were at the laboratory.
4. Its picture 3. They were at the school.
Ask pupils to name other jobs. Put their ideas on the
board.
Now ask pupils to look at the calendar. Point to a day last
week, e.g. Tuesday and say Last Tuesday was (six) days ago. 5 Listen and say
Now point to another day and elicit a similar sentence
from the pupils, e.g. Last Monday was (seven) days ago. Do this
with several days until pupils can answer with confidence.
Pupils Book, Page 27, Exercise 5
Ask pupils to open their books at page 27 and to look at
the pictures. Explain that they are going to hear words with firefighter photo giraffe laugh

the /f/ sound.


Play the recording. Pupils repeat the sound and the words 6 Listen, choose and say
as a class. Invite individuals to say the words. 1 2

Point out the different spellings of the /f/ sound in these


words.

Audioscript
/f/, /f/: firefighter, photo, giraffe, laugh 3 4

Pupils Book, Page 27, Exercise 6


Ask pupils to look at the pictures on page 27. Ask pupils Its picture 4.
to say what jobs they can see and where the people who They were at the
dentists surgery.
have those jobs work. Elicit answers for each picture (a 7 Read and say
firefighter and a fire station, a scientist and a laboratory, a
1 I was in Grade three
teacher and a school, a dentist and a dentists surgery).
2 I had a Science lesson
Before you play the recording, tell the pupils that they are 3 I started school
going to hear about the four photos. When they hear each 4 I went to a museum
speaker, pupils need to say which picture is being talked 5 We prayed at the mosque I was in Grade three two years ago.
about and where the person in the photo and the person 27

who took the photo were, as in the example speech bubble.


Play the recording of the first sentence. Pupils now read the
example answer. Pupils Book, Page 27, Exercise 7
Play the rest of the recording, pausing after each sentence
for pupils to answer. Ask pupils to look at page 27 of their Pupils Book. Read
the incomplete sentences to the pupils. Explain that you
Play the recording all the way through for pupils to check would like them to complete the sentences with a time
their answers. phrase. Ask a pupil to read the example.
Pupils complete the activity in pairs. Go round and
Audioscript monitor their work and make a note of any errors. Go over
Girl 1: My uncle took this photo yesterday. My aunt is a these at the end.
dentist. Get pupils to say the completed sentences again to check
Boy 1: My dad is a firefighter. I took this photo last their answers.
year.
Girl 2: My dad took this photo in 2001. Grandpa was a
scientist. Suggested answers
Boy 2: My aunt is a teacher. My uncle took this photo 1. I was in Grade three two years ago.
yesterday. 2. I had a Science lesson yesterday.
3. I started school five years ago.
4. I went to a museum last year.
5. We prayed at the mosque this morning.

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Activity Book, Page 26, Exercise 7 End the lesson
Ask pupils to look at page 26 of their Activity Book. Explain Congratulate the pupils on their work. Tell them that in the
that pupils need to circle the /f/ sound in each word. Ask a next unit, they are going to learn about animals. Ask them
pupil to say the example afternoon. to name as many animals as they can.
Now ask different pupils to say each word aloud. Pupils
circle the /f/ sound each time.
Write the words on the board and ask pupils to come up
and circle the /f/ sound to check their answers.

Answers
a f ternoon f riend colour f ul
f ire f ighter alphabet gira ff e
hal f laugh photo
lea f phone help f u l

Further practice
Ask pupils if they know any other words with the /f/ sound.
Ask them to say the words and write them on the board,
e.g. dolphin, elephant, fish, flower, football, forest, farm, post office.

Activity Book, Page 26, Exercise 8


Ask pupils to complete the sentences using words from the
box. They can do this individually or in pairs. Point out that
there are no right or wrong answers (although they need to
use ago with sentence 4).
Go round and monitor their work.

Answers
Pupils own answers

Activity Book, Page 26, Exercise 9


Pupils say what they can see in the pictures (a mosque, a
museum). Explain that they are going to practise writing
the words mosque and year, the question When do you go to
the mosque? and the sentence I visit the museum every year.
Go round and check they are writing neatly and correctly.
Ask pupils to read the completed sentences aloud.
Classroom assessment
With reference to Unit 6, pupils can:
Scoring criteria Good Fair Poor
demonstrate understanding of spoken
words in simple instructions, exchanges
and presentations
participate in simple classroom
exchanges
ask questions and give answers in an
appropriate tone of voice
use words and short sentences to
participate in short, simple exchanges
with a partner, prepare and present a
short, simple dialogue to the class
use reading strategies to understand
simple reading material
demonstrate understanding of simple
informational material a letter and a
short descriptive text
use and spell correctly learnt vocabulary

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Unit She is the youngest in the family

Lesson 1 Presentation
Use the flashcards to present blanket, earrings, rattle and
Outcomes It is expected that pupils will: bracelet. Say the words and ask pupils to repeat.
develop strategies to understand spoken
words and simple sentences
Present useful. Tell pupils that to learn English, it is useful to
have a book and a dictionary.
participate in simple classroom exchanges
recognise the use of simple suffixes to
Present expensive. Draw some cars on the board and make
up some prices to put next to them. Put a very high price
change the meaning of words (-er, -est) next to one of the cars and say, This car is expensive. Get
use context and visual clues to identify the
meaning of unfamiliar words
pupils to repeat. Ask pupils to tell you what other things
are expensive, for example houses.
use print or electronic bilingual
dictionaries to help understand unfamiliar
Ask pupils, Is it expensive to go on a bus? (No.) Is it expensive to go
on a helicopter? (Yes.)
words in reading materials Now present the comparative and superlative forms. Say A
car is very expensive. It is more expensive than a bike. Get pupils
Structures Revision of comparative and superlative to repeat. Now ask Is a house more expensive than a car? Pupils
adjectives: answer Yes, it is. Ask Which is the most expensive, a car, a house
I think that this rattle is better. You are the or a bike? Elicit the answer A house is the most expensive. Ask
kindest children I know! pupils to repeat the sentence.
Comparative and superlative adjectives with Revise good/better/best. Ask pupils to name some popular
more/most: football teams. Ask Which is better, (Spain) or (Egypt)? Which is
I think that its more useful than a toy. the best? Pupils answer. Write good/better/best on the board.
I like these earrings, but they are the most
expensive present here! Pupils Book, Page 28, Exercise 1
Giving opinion: Ask pupils to open their books at page 28. Then ask them
I think that its more useful than a toy. to describe the pictures. Ask What presents can you see? Pupils
Describing presents answer (earrings, a blanket, a rattle).
Functions
Making comparisons Say Listen and read the story. Do they buy two or three presents?
Expressing opinion Play the recording. Pupils listen and read. Then ask the
question again and elicit the answer (They buy three presents).
Vocabulary blanket, bracelet, earrings, expensive, rattle (n), Play the recording again. Pause after each sentence for
useful the pupils to repeat as a class, and then ask individuals to
repeat.
Topic Toys and presents
Ask comprehension questions, for example:
for picture 1: Is Samira the youngest in the family? (No.)
Resources Pupils Book, page 28, Exercise 1, Listen Who is the youngest person in the family? (The new baby
and read cousin.) What do they want to buy? (They want to buy a
Audio, Pupils Book, Unit 7, Exercise 1 present.)
Flashcards: blanket, earrings, rattle,
for picture 2: Are the earrings expensive? (Yes, they are.)
bracelet Which is the most colourful toy? (The rattle.) Tell me about
the blanket. (Its nice. Its more useful than a toy.)
Revision for picture 3: Does Samira like the toy? (Yes.) Why? (It is
Revise the comparative. Ask pupils to hold up their bags. interesting.) Which presents do they buy? (The bracelet, the
Choose a large bag and a small bag and bring them to rattle and the blanket.)
the front. Ask pupils Which bag is bigger, the (blue) bag or the for picture 4: Is the baby beautiful? (Yes, she is.) Does
(white) bag? Elicit The (blue) bag is bigger than the (white) bag. the baby like the presents? (Yes, she does.) Are Samira and
If the pupils need more practice, do the same with other Kareem kind? (Yes, they are.) What does Aunt Muna think?
pupils bags or other classroom objects of different sizes. (They are the kindest children she knows.)
Now do the same for superlatives. This time bring to the Ask pupils to use a bilingual electronic dictionary to look
front three pupils bags of different sizes. Ask Which bag is up the meaning of the new words in Arabic.
the smallest? Elicit the answer The (red) bag is the smallest.
Repeat with other classroom objects of different sizes.

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Unit
Lesson 2
7 She is the youngest in the family
Outcomes It is expected that pupils will:
1 Listen and read 2 discuss own ideas and those of others
about a simple topic

1
use words and short sentences to
participate in short, simple exchanges
recognise the use of simple suffixes to
change the meaning of words (-er, -est)
distinguish fact from opinion in simple
reading materials

Mum: You have a new baby cousin! Its a


Mum: Lets choose something useful,
children.
Samira: I like these earrings, but they are
the most expensive present here!
apply knowledge of the conventions of
language (spelling comparatives and
girl!
Kareem: I think that this rattle is better. Its superlatives)
Samira: She is the youngest in the family.
the most colourful toy.
Kareem: Can we buy a present for our
cousin, Mum?
Mum: That blanket is nice, too. I think that Structures Revision of comparative and superlative
its more useful than a toy.
Mum: Yes, you can.
4
adjectives:
3 I think that this rattle is better.
Comparative and superlative adjectives with
more/most:
I think that its more useful than a toy.
Giving opinion:
I think its the best present.

Functions Describing presents


Samira: This rattle is interesting. I think
that its the best present. Making comparisons
Samira: Our baby cousin is beautiful!
Kareem: Yes, youre right. Lets buy the
Kareem: Look, she likes our presents!
Expressing opinion
rattle and this bracelet.
Mum: Ill buy this blanket, too. Aunt Muna: Thank you, Samira and
Kareem. You are the kindest children I Topic Toys and presents
know!

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Resources Pupils Book, page 28, Exercise 1, Listen
and read
Activity Book, page 27, Exercise 1, Look
Audioscript and complete
1. Activity Book page 27, Exercise 2, Read
Mum: You have a new baby cousin! Its a girl! and write Yes or No
Samira: She is the youngest in the family. Audio, Pupils Book, Unit 7, Exercise 1
Kareem: Can we buy a present for our cousin, Flashcards: blanket, earrings, rattle,
Mum? bracelet
Samira: Yes, you can.
2.
Mum: Lets choose something useful, children. Revision
Samira: I like these earrings, but they are the most Use the flashcards to revise blanket, earrings, rattle, bracelet.
expensive present here! Write the following adjectives on the board: expensive, useful,
Kareem: I think that this rattle is better. Its the colourful. Hold up the flashcards. Elicit sentences using the
most colourful toy. adjectives on the board, for example: The blanket is more
Mum: That blanket is nice, too. I think that its useful than the earrings. The earrings are more expensive than the
more useful than a toy. blanket.
3.
Samira: This rattle is interesting. I think that its Pupils Book, Page 28, Exercise 1
the best present.
Kareem: Yes, youre right. Lets buy the rattle and Ask pupils to open their books at page 28.
this bracelet. Ask a pupil to read the first sentence. Play the first sentence
Mum: Ill buy this blanket, too. to the class, pause it and ask the whole class to repeat.
4. Continue in this way with the rest of the story.
Samira: Our baby cousin is beautiful! Divide the class into groups of four. Pupils practise reading
Kareem: Look, she likes our presents! the story. Monitor as they are reading, checking their
Aunt Muna: Thank you, Samira and Kareem. You are pronunciation.
the kindest children I know! Ask questions:
Can Samira and Kareem buy a present? (Yes, they can.)
End the lesson Does Samira like the earrings? (Yes, she does.)
Is the rattle the most colourful toy? (Yes, it is.)
Ask pupils which presents they like best from the story.
Encourage them to say why. Is the blanket more useful than a toy? (Yes, it is.)
Guide pupils to distinguish fact from opinion.

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Further practice Lesson 3
Ask pupils which present they think is best for a new baby.
Pupils answer with their own ideas. Outcomes It is expected that pupils will:
Activity Book, Page 27, Exercise 1 demonstrate understanding of spoken
words in simple exchanges
Ask pupils to open their books at Page 27. Ask pupils to
read the words in the box and check their pronunciation. use short, simple English words and
phrases correctly
Also check they understand all the words.
Ask a pupil to read the example sentence.
recognise the use of simple suffixes to
change the meaning of words (-er, -est)

Pupils then work in pairs to complete the task, using the speak clearly with a reasonable speed and
picture clues to write sentences. Go round and monitor as volume
they are working and help where necessary.
Check answers as a class.
complete simple sentences
use correct spelling and punctuation with
the assistance of peers and teachers
Answers
1. Its useful. Structures Revision of comparative adjectives:
2. Theyre interesting. The baby is younger than the boy.
3. Its expensive. Comparative and superlative adjectives with
4. Its beautiful. more/most:
The bracelet is more colourful than the blanket.
The rattle is the most colourful.
Activity Book, Page 27, Exercise 2
Functions Describing presents
Ask pupils to read the first sentence and the example Making comparisons
answer.
Expressing opinion
Pupils then complete the task in pairs.
Check answers as a class. Encourage them to correct any Topic Toys and presents
sentences that are answered No.
Resources Pupils Book, page 29 Exercise 2, Look
Answers and say
Activity Book, page 28, Exercise 3, Read
1. No (Samira is older than her baby cousin.)
and circle
2. Yes Flashcards: blanket, earrings, rattle,
3. Yes
bracelet
4. No (They like the rattle and the bracelet.)

End the lesson Revision


Revise presents using the flashcards blanket, earrings, rattle,
Ask pupils to name things that are colourful, expensive, bracelet.
interesting or useful, for example: flowers are colourful, Ask pupils what other presents they know, for example: soft
helicopters are expensive, books are interesting, computers toy, model plane.
are useful. Write their ideas on the board.
Pupils Book, Page 29, Exercise 2
Ask pupils to open their books at Pupils Book page 29.
Get pupils to say what they can see in the pictures.
Ask a pupil to read the example. Explain that you would
like them to make similar sentences comparing the people
and the presents using the adjectives young and colourful.
Elicit a second sentence using young: The boy is younger than
the man.
Pupils now work in pairs to do the same with the second
set of pictures and the adjective colourful.
Go round and monitor their work and make a note of any
errors. You can go over these at the end.
Choose pairs of pupils to demonstrate their answers to the
class.

Answers
1. The baby is younger than the boy. The boy is younger
than the man. The baby is the youngest.
2. The bracelet is more colourful than the blanket. The
rattle is more colourful than the bracelet. The rattle is
the most colourful.

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Further practice Lesson 4
Ask pupils to compare things in the classroom using
colourful, for example: This book is more colourful than that Outcomes It is expected that pupils will:
book. This picture is the most colourful thing in the classroom.
demonstrate understanding of spoken
words in simple exchanges

e family
2 Look and say use short, simple English words and
phrases correctly
1 young
recognise the use of simple suffixes to
change the meaning of words (-er, -est)
use and spell correctly learnt vocabulary
complete simple sentences with words on
familiar topics
baby boy man Structures Revision of comparative and superlative
2 colourful
adjectives:
I think that a bracelet is a better present than a
blanket.
Fatima is the youngest girl.
Superlative adjectives with most:
The car is the most expensive toy.
blanket rattle bracelet
Functions Describing presents
Making comparisons
The baby is younger
than the boy. Expressing opinion
Topic Toys and presents

Resources Pupils Book, page 29 Exercise 3, Talk


3 Talk about you I think that a bracelet is a about you
better present than a blanket. Activity Book, page 28, Exercise 4, Look
rattle
blanket
and write
bracelet
Flashcards: blanket, earrings, rattle,
earrings bracelet
book

better
the best I think that a book is
Revision
the best present.
29
Revise presents using the flashcards.
Now tell pupils that you want to find a present for three
cousins. Give them names and ages, for example, Fahed is
Activity Book, Page 28, Exercise 3 three, Tareq is four and Samira is five. Write their names
with the ages on the board.
Ask pupils to open their books at Activity Book page 28.
Say I think the rattle is the best present for Tareq. Pupils repeat.
Explain the task. Pupils read the sentences and circle the Now say I think the blanket is the best present for Fahed. Pupils
correct word. Ask a pupil to read the example sentence. repeat. Finally say, I think the bracelet is the best present for
Pupils work in pairs to complete the task. Go round and Samira. Pupils repeat. Make sure that pupils understand
monitor and help where necessary. that we use I think when it is our opinion.
Check answers as a class. Ask pupils which presents they think are best for your
cousins. They make sentences using I think and their own
Answers ideas.
1. A baby is younger than a child. Pupils Book, Page 29, Exercise 3
2. A flower is more colourful than a seed.
Ask pupils to open their Pupils Books at page 29.
3. Ziad is good at tennis, but Faisal is better.
4. In my class, Abla is the best at English. Her mother is Ask pupils to read the list of presents and the comparative
from Canada. and superlative forms of good: better, the best.
5. Issa thinks that chicken and rice is the most delicious Explain that they are going to give their opinions about the
meal. presents, using better and best. This can be for someone
they know if they wish.
Ask pupils to read the examples.
End the lesson Now elicit a sentence or two from the pupils using the
Ask pupils to name their most delicious meal. word prompts, for example: I think that the book is the best
present.
Pupils complete the task in pairs, giving their opinion
about the presents. Go round and monitor their work.
Make a note of any errors and go over these at the end.
Choose pairs of pupils to demonstrate their opinions to
the class. If they wish, they can add who the person is, for
example: I think that the blanket is the best present for my cousin
Sultan.

Answers
Pupils own answers
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Activity Book, Page 28, Exercise 4 Revision
Ask pupils to open their Activity Books at page 28 and to Revise animals. Ask pupils to name as many animals as
describe the pictures. they can and write these on the board.
Ask a pupil to read the example and explain that they Write some adjectives on the board, for example: big, small,
are going to complete the remaining sentences using the fast, slow. Elicit comparative or superlative sentences about
correct words from the box. the animals they have mentioned, for example: A camel is
Pupils can work individually and check answers in pairs. more useful than a bee. A horse is the most useful animal.
Check answers as a class. Presentation
Use the ruler to present metre. Ask one or two pupils to
Answers measure their table or desk. How many metres is it?
1. Fatima is the youngest girl. Now use the scales to weigh objects in the class. Present
2. The car is the most expensive toy. the word weigh. Say to pupils, for example, Weigh your book.
3. The blanket is the most useful present. If you do not have scales, draw some on the board and
4. I think that the computer is the best present for you! present the word. Present kilos and explain that you can
measure what something weighs in kilos.
Put objects that are heavy on the scales, or write a large
End the lesson weight on the board and present the word heavy. Ask
Ask pupils to say which is the best toy they have. Then ask pupils to name things that are heavy.
them who is the youngest in their family. Present trunk. Then present smell and say An elephant can
smell with its trunk.
Present hour. Draw a clock on the board and explain that
Lesson 5 an hour is 60 minutes.

Outcomes It is expected that pupils will:


Pupils Book, Page 30, Exercise 4
discuss own ideas and those of others
about a simple topic
Ask pupils to open their books at page 30 of the Pupils
Book. Ask pupils to read the title (Young animals) and to
demonstrate understanding of simple
informational materials short
name the animals in the photographs. Ask pupils to read
the speech bubbles at the top.
descriptive texts Explain that the texts are about each animal, but they

recognise the use of simple suffixes to are in the wrong order. Now ask them to read the texts
change the meaning of words (-er, -est) carefully and to match them with the correct photos.
ask questions and give answers in an
appropriate tone of voice
Give them time to read the texts. Go round and offer help


with vocabulary if necessary. You can explain that heavier/
use and spell correctly learnt vocabulary heaviest are the comparative and superlative forms of heavy.
use words and short sentences to Pupils can compare answers in pairs.
participate in short, simple exchanges.
pronounce short, simple English words
correctly
Check answers as a class.

Answers
Structures Revision of comparative and superlative
adjectives: a. Picture 2
That is taller than a horse! b. Picture 3
It is one of the heaviest baby animals. c. Picture 1
Superlative adjectives with more/most:
Some tigers are more powerful than lions!
Asking for and giving opinion:
Pupils Book, Page 30, Exercise 5
What do you think about the baby giraffe? I think Explain that you would like pupils to say a sentence to their
that it is beautiful! partner about one of the animals without naming it. Their
partner guesses the animal. Then the first pupil asks for
Functions Describing animals their partners opinion about that animal.
Making comparisons Choose a pair of pupils to read the example. Then ask the
Expressing and asking for opinion question What do you think about the baby giraffe? Get pupils
to repeat. Make sure they use the correct pronunciation
Vocabulary heavy, horse, hour, kilo, metre, smell, trunk, weigh and intonation.
Animals Elicit a sentence about another animal, e.g. It can smell
Topic

better than most animals. Pupils identify the animal (the baby
Resources Pupils Book, page 30, Exercise 4, Read bear). Now elicit the question What do you think about the
and match baby bear? Pupils give their opinion.
Pupils Book, page 30, Exercise 5, Look Now ask pupils to continue in pairs.
and say Go round and monitor their work. Make a note of any
Activity Book, page 29, Exercise 5, Read errors and go over these at the end.
and find the mistakes Choose a few pairs of pupils to demonstrate their
Activity Book, page 29, Exercise 6, Correct dialogues to the class.
the mistakes
A metre ruler and some scales, if available
Answers
Wallcharts: Animals and nature
Photocopiable Extra Practice Worksheet Pupils own answers
3, page 168
Unit 7
65
Look at Answers
4 Read and match these baby
animals! 1. biggest and heaviest
Young animals 2. Some
1 2
3. forests
4. Tigers, cats
They are beautiful!
5. day

Further practice: Photocopiable extra practice


worksheet 3
Make a copy of extra practice worksheet 3, page 168, for
A baby elephant each pupil. Explain that they should make a comparative
3
and superlative sentence for each group. For example: A
A baby giraffe
b
Th baby animal
This
bear is more dangerous than a giraffe. A tiger is the most dangerous.
A baby brown bear
can climb trees.
Its mother cant
Pupils can compare their answers.
c
a climb because it is T
This beautiful baby animal
This animal is one of the
heaviest baby animals.
It weighs more than a
heavier! It is brown.
It usually has one
is two metres tall. That
is taller than a horse! It
End the lesson
brother or sister. It
hundred kilos! It doesnt
know how to use its trunk.
can smell better than
can walk when it is about
one hour old. When it is Ask the pupils which of the animals from this lesson they
It sometimes plays with it!
most animals. bigger, it eats leaves from
tall trees.
like the best.

It is one of the heaviest


Lesson 6
5 Look and say baby animals. Its a baby elephant.

Outcomes It is expected that pupils will:


What do you think recognise the different sounds of some
vowels

about the baby giraffe?
ask questions and make statements in an
appropriate tone of voice
I think that it is beautiful! discuss own ideas and those of others
about a simple topic

30
sing songs and recite rhymes after
listening to a recording
Activity Book, Page 29, Exercise 5
Ask pupils to look at page 29 of their Activity Books. First,
use and spell correctly learnt vocabulary
write simple sentences on familiar topics
ask them to name the animal in the picture (a tiger). using semi cursive handwriting
Now ask them to read the text. Go round and help them Structures Revision of comparative and superlative
with any vocabulary. adjectives:
Tell the pupils they are going to read the sentences below The deer is faster than the lamb.
the text and find the mistakes in each sentence. First, ask a I think that the camel is the most useful animal.
pupil to read the example. They do not need to correct the Giving opinion:
mistakes yet. I think that lions are the most dangerous animals.
Pupils complete the task individually. They can compare
answers with their partner. Functions Describing animals
Check their answers as a class, but do not encourage them Making comparisons
to correct the mistakes at this stage. They will do this in Expressing opinion
Exercise 6. Showing appreciation of rhymes in English

Vocabulary together
Answers
1. Tigers are the fastest and tallest cats on Earth. Topic Animals
2. All tigers are more powerful than lions.
Resources Pupils Book, page 31, Exercise 6, Listen
3. Tigers usually live in the mountains. and say
4. Cats can swim better than tigers.
Pupils Book, page 31, Exercise 7, Look
and say
5. Tigers sleep in the night when it is hottest. Pupils Book, page 31, Exercise 8, Sing
Activity Book, page 30, Exercise 7, Listen,
point and repeat
Activity Book, Page 29, Exercise 6 Activity Book, page 30, Exercise 8,
Explain that pupils are now going to correct the mistakes Complete
they identified in Exercise 5. Ask a pupil to read the first Activity Book, page 30, Exercise 9, Trace
sentence from Exercise 5 and the example answer. and complete
Pupils complete the task in pairs. Help them with any Audio, Pupils Book, Unit 7, Exercise 6
vocabulary if necessary. Audio, Pupils Book, Unit 7, Exercise 8
Check answers as a class. Audio, Activity Book, Unit 7, Exercise 7

Unit 7
66
Revision
Elicit words to describe animals from the pupils and 6 Listen and say
write these on the board, e.g. beautiful, fast, big, interesting,
powerful, dangerous, useful. Ask pupils to say which animal
they think is the most beautiful, fastest, biggest etc.
Pupils Book, Page 31, Exercise 6
Ask pupils to open their books at page 31 and to look at bee beach tree
the pictures. Explain that they are going to hear words with
The deer is faster
the /i/ sound. 7 Look and say than the lamb.
Play the recording. Pupils repeat the sound and the words fast: tiger, deer, lamb
as a class. Invite individuals to say the words. useful: camel, goat, chicken
Point out the different spellings of the /i/ sound in these dangerous: fox, wolf, shark
words.

Audioscript I think that the camel is


the most useful animal.
/i/, /i/: bee, beach, tree
8 Sing

Further practice Sing a song, sing thank you.


For today we can all enjoy
Ask pupils if they know any other words with the /i/ The most special of presents.
sound, e.g. me, tree, street, eat, between. Write their ideas on Its much better than any toy!
the board and get pupils to repeat the words.
Clap your hands together.
Were the happiest family.
Pupils Book, Page 31, Exercise 7 Today, were singing thank you
For the most beautiful baby!
Ask pupils to read the words in blue and check they know
each animal and adjective.
Choose a pair of pupils to read the example sentences.
Explain that they are going to make similar sentences about
the other animals, using the adjectives given. Point out that 31

they can use I think if it is their own opinion rather than a


fact.
Pupils complete the task in pairs. Go round and monitor
Pupils Book, Page 31, Exercise 8

their work and make a note of any errors. You can correct
these at the end. Ask pupils to look at the picture and to tell you what they
Choose pairs of pupils to demonstrate their dialogues to can see. Elicit that this is a new baby.
the class. Now ask pupils to listen and read the words. Play the
recording. Check students are following. Present the word
Suggested answers together. Encourage pupils to clap their hands together when
1. The deer is faster than the lamb. I think that the tiger is they hear the word Clap.
the fastest animal. Play the song again and encourage pupils to join in. If
2. The goat is more useful than the chicken. I think that you wish, divide the class into two groups. One group
the camel is the most useful animal. practises and sings the first verse; the other group practises
3. The wolf is more dangerous than the fox. I think that and sings the second verse. Give them a few minutes to
the shark is the most dangerous animal. practise. Then ask each group to sing their verse to the
class as you play the recording.

Audioscript
Sing a song, sing thank you.
For today we can all enjoy
The most special of presents.
Its much better than any toy!

Clap your hands together.


Were the happiest family.
Today, were singing thank you
For the most beautiful baby!

Unit 7
67
Activity Book, Page 30, Exercise 7 Classroom assessment
Ask pupils to open their books at Activity Book page 30 With reference to Unit 7, pupils can:
and to look at the pictures. Ask them to say what they can Scoring criteria Good Fair Poor
see in each. Develop strategies to understand spoken
Explain that they are going to hear each word. As they words and simple sentences
listen, they must point to and repeat the word with the /i/ participate in simple classroom
sound. exchanges
Play the first word and show them the first word. recognise the use of simple suffixes to
Play the rest of the recording. change the meaning of words
Pupils can compare their answers in pairs.
use words and short sentences to
Check answers as a class. participate in short, simple exchanges
Then ask pupils to say the word. Check they can pronounce
each word correctly. use reading strategies to understand
simple reading materials
Audioscript and answers use print or electronic bilingual
1. leaves 2. beach 3. bee 4. three 5. seed dictionaries to help understand
6. sea 7. tree unfamiliar words in reading materials
use and spell correctly learnt vocabulary
Activity Book, Page 30, Exercise 8 End the lesson
Ask pupils to look at the gapped sentences. Explain that
they can complete each sentence with their own ideas. Congratulate the pupils for their work on unit 7 and tell
them they have learnt a lot about presents and animals.
First, read through each gapped sentence to check they Ask pupils to list all the animals they have talked about in
understand all the vocabulary. unit 7. Put their suggestions on the board.
Pupils then complete the sentences individually.
Pupils can read the completed sentences to each other.
Ask a few pairs of pupils to read their sentences to the
class. Encourage pupils to put up their hands if they have
written the same answers.

Answers
Pupils own answers

Activity Book, Page 30, Exercise 9


Pupils say what they can see in the pictures (a family, a
baby). Explain that they are going to write the sentence
We have a new baby cousin. Its a girl! Then they complete the
question with words of their own.
Go round and check they are writing neatly and correctly.
Encourage pupils to write sentences that are similar to
those in frame 1 of the unit story, e.g. Can we buy a bracelet
or a rattle?
Classroom assessment
With reference to lessons 5 and 6, pupils can:
Scoring criteria Good Fair Poor
discuss own ideas and those of others
about a simple topic
use words and short sentences to
participate in short, simple exchanges
pronounce short, simple English words
correctly
ask questions and give answers in an
appropriate tone of voice
sing songs after listening to a recording
use and spell correctly learnt vocabulary

Unit 7
68
Unit Hello you doing?
What were
twelve past nine. What am I doing? Pupils answer Youre drinking.
Lesson 1 Write drinking on the board next to the time. Do the same
with other actions, e.g. reading, playing tennis. Elicit from
Outcomes It is expected that pupils will: the pupils Youre reading/playing tennis.
use clues (pictures) to understand new or
unfamiliar words when listening
Now point to the first time on the board: ten past nine. Say
At ten past nine, I was eating. Get the class to repeat, then ask
pronounce short, simple English words
correctly
individuals to repeat. Do the same with drinking.


Then point to the next action, drinking, and ask What was
respond to questions before, during and I doing? Elicit or teach the answer You were drinking. Pupils
after listening repeat as a class, then individually. Do the same with
participate in simple classroom exchanges
demonstrate recognition of word
reading and playing tennis.

formation Pupils Book, Page 32, Exercise 1


Structures Introduction of the past continuous tense Ask pupils to open their books at page 32. Then ask them
question and affirmative forms: to describe the pictures. Ask What shops can you see? Pupils
What were you doing on Saturday? I was looking answer (a bookshop, a shoe shop, a sports shop).
for some new shoes. Say Listen and read the story. Then, tell me where Kareem was at
Revision of telling the time: half past three.
At one oclock, I was at the shopping centre with Guide pupils to use bilingual dictionaries to look up the
my mother. meaning of the words.
Talking about the past Play the recording. Pupils listen and read. Then ask the
Functions question again and elicit the answer (He was in the sports
Talking about shops and shopping
shop).
Describing pictures
Play the recording again. Pause after each sentence for
Vocabulary blouse, clothes shop, football boots, quarter past, the pupils to repeat as a class, and then ask individuals to
shopping centre, sports shop repeat.
Ask Yes/No questions. Pupils correct the wrong sentences,
Topic Past actions for example:
for picture 1: At one oclock, Samira was at the shopping
Resources Pupils Book, page 32, Exercise 1, Listen centre. (Yes.) She was looking at blouses in the clothes shop.
and read (No. She was looking at books in the bookshop.)
Audio, Pupils Book, Unit 8, Exercise 1 for picture 2: At two oclock, Samira was looking at
Flashcards: blouse, clothes shop, football blouses. (No. She was looking for shoes.) At half past two,
boots, shopping centre, sports shop she was looking at blouses in the clothes shop. (Yes.)
Wallchart: Shopping for picture 3: At three oclock, Kareem was choosing a
A clock computer game. (Yes.) At half past three, Kareem was
choosing football boots in the clothes shop. (No. He was
choosing football boots in the sports shop.)
Revision for picture 4: At a quarter past four, Ali was in the car.
Ask pupils What is the biggest/tallest/most interesting animal? (No. Kareem was in the car.) Kareem was going to the shops.
Pupils answer. (No. He was going home.) He was drinking juice and eating
Ask pupils What do you think is more interesting, shopping or cake at five oclock. (Yes.)
watching television? Pupils answer. Explain that in todays
lesson, they will be looking at shopping.
Presentation
Use the flashcards and the wallchart Shopping to present
the new vocabulary blouse, clothes shop, football boots, shopping
centre, sports shop. Ask pupils Do you go to a shopping centre?
What shops are there in the shopping centre? Elicit answers.
Write the names of any shops they mention on the board.
Use the clock to revise the time. Set the clock at quarter
past an hour and present quarter past. Pupils repeat. Do the
same with quarter to.
Present the past continuous. Write the time on the board,
or move the clock to, for example: ten past nine. Now mime
an action, e.g. eating. Tell the pupils Its ten past nine. What
am I doing? Pupils answer Youre eating. When they answer
correctly, write eating on the board next to the time.
Do the same with other actions, writing the precise time
on the board for each action. For example, write twelve past
nine on the board and mime drinking. Say to pupils Its
Unit 8
69
Ac
Unit
Lesson 2
8 What were you doing?
Outcomes It is expected that pupils will:
A
t
1
1
Listen and read
2
demonstrate understanding of spoken
words in simple instructions, exchanges

p
E
d
and presentations
ask questions and give answers in an
appropriate tone of voice
g
a

use words and short sentences to


participate in short, simple exchanges
P
e

Laila: What were you doing at two


oclock?
use print or electronic bilingual
dictionaries to help understand
N
a
Samira: I was looking for some new unfamiliar words in reading material P
Laila: What were you
shoes. At half past two, we were in
the clothes shop. I was looking at
blouses. use context and visual clues to predict or
identify meaning of unfamiliar words
C


doing on Saturday?
4
Samira: At one oclock, I was at the
shopping centre with my mother. I was
use reading strategies to understand A
simple reading material

looking at the books in the bookshop.
Laila: I was shopping on Saturday, too!
use and spell correctly learnt vocabulary 1
3
N
Structures The past continuous tense question and
affirmative forms: I
What were you doing on Saturday afternoon at 2
three oclock? N
I was playing a computer game. A
Revision of telling the time:
Kareem: At three oclock, I was choosing
Kareem: At a quarter past four, I was
in the car. I was going home. At a quarter past four, I was in the car. 3
a computer game. At half past three, I
was in the sports shop. I was choosing Ali: What were you doing at five
N
football boots. oclock?
Functions Talking about shops and shopping O
Kareem: I was drinking orange juice
Ali: At half past three, I was reading a
book. and eating cake. It was good to be at Showing appreciation of the value of
32
home! personal experience 4
N
Topic Past actions L
Audioscript
Resources Pupils Book, page 32, Exercise 1, Listen
1. and read
Laila: What were you doing on Saturday? Activity Book, page 31, Exercise 1, Listen A
Samira: At one oclock, I was at the shopping centre and write 1
with my mother. I was looking at the books Activity Book, page 31, Exercise 2, Look
in the bookshop. and complete
Laila: I was shopping on Saturday, too!
2.
Audio, Pupils Book, Unit 8, Exercise 1 Ac
Audio, Activity Book, Unit 8, Exercise 1
Laila: What were you doing at two oclock? Flashcards: blouse, clothes shop, football A
Samira: I was looking for some new shoes. At half boots, shopping centre, sports shop n
past two, we were in the clothes shop. I was Wallchart: Shopping E
looking at blouses. P
3. C
Kareem: At three oclock, I was choosing a computer Revision

E
game. At half past three, I was in the sports Revise the new vocabulary using the flashcards and
shop. I was choosing football boots. wallchart. A
Ali: At half past three, I was reading a book. Make false sentences. Pupils correct them, for example: You 1
4. buy football boots in a jewellers. (No, you buy football boots in a
4
Kareem: At a quarter past four, I was in the car. I was sports shop.) You buy books in a sports shop. (No, you buy books in
going home. a bookshop.)
Ali: What were you doing at five oclock?
Pupils Book, Page 32, Exercise 1 Cla
Kareem: I was drinking orange juice and eating cake. It
was good to be at home! Ask pupils to open their books at page 32. Wit
Ask a pupil to read the first sentence. Play the first sentence Sc
to the class, pause the recording and ask the whole class to de
End the lesson repeat. Continue in this way with the rest of the story. wo
Divide the class into groups of four to act the parts of an
Ask pupils when they go shopping. Pupils answer, e.g. I

Laila, Samira, Kareem and Ali. Pupils practise reading pa


go shopping on (Saturdays). Then ask Were you shopping last ex
(Saturday)? Pupils answer. the story. Monitor as they are reading, checking their
pronunciation. Go over any errors at the end. as
Say sentences about the story and ask pupils to name the ap
character(s), for example:
us
We were at the shopping centre on Saturday. (Laila and pa
Samira.)
I was looking at books. (Samira.) us
sim
I was looking at shoes and blouses. (Samira.)
us
Unit 8 I was reading a book at half past three. (Ali.)
I was drinking juice and eating cake at five oclock. (Kareem.)
70

I was at the shopping centre with Samira. (Samiras mother.)


Activity Book, Page 31, Exercise 1 End the lesson
Ask pupils to open their books at page 31 and to look at Ask pupils What were you doing at three oclock this morning?
the pictures. Elicit the time and ask them to describe the Pupils answer I was sleeping. Ask them about a few other
pictures. different times. Pupils say what they were doing at each
Explain that they are going to hear what four people were time.
s
doing on Saturday afternoon at three oclock. They are
going to write the name of each person next to the correct Lesson 3
activity.
Play the recording for the first sentence and read the Outcomes It is expected that pupils will:

example answer. follow simple oral instructions


Now play the rest of the conversation. Pupils can compare demonstrate understanding of spoken
answers in pairs. words in simple instructions, exchanges
Play the recording again. and presentations

Check answers as a class. participate in simple classroom exchanges


or
demonstrate understanding of simple
informational material

y
Audioscript
1.
use and spell correctly learnt vocabulary

Narrator: Hello, Ibrahim. What were you doing on Structures The past continuous tense question and
d Saturday afternoon at three oclock? affirmative forms:
Ibrahim: I was playing a computer game. What were you doing on Saturday afternoon at
t 2. twenty to three?
Narrator: What were you doing, Abla? I was drinking juice and eating cake.
Abla: I was shopping with my mother. We were Revision of telling the time:
at the market. At twenty to three, I was in the computer shop
3. with my dad.
Narrator: What were you doing, Omar?
Omar: I was buying some new clothes with my Functions Talking about shops and shopping
father. Describing pictures
4.
Narrator: And Laila? What were you doing? Topic Past actions
Laila: I was at home. I was reading my book.
Resources Pupils Book, page 33, Exercise 2, Listen
n and match
Activity Book, page 32, Exercise 3, Match
n Answers
and write
1. Omar 2. Laila 3. Ibrahim 4. Abla Audio, Pupils Book, Unit 8, Exercise 2
Wallchart: Shopping

Activity Book, Page 31, Exercise 2


Revision
all Ask pupils to look at the example. Explain that they will
now complete the sentences about the people from Use the wallchart to revise shops.
Exercise 1 using the words from the box. Ask five or six pupils to come to the front of the class. Ask
Pupils work individually or in pairs to complete the task. them to mime an action, e.g. running, eating, drinking,
reading, walking, playing tennis. Now ask them to stop.
Check answers as a class. You can play the recording from
Exercise 1 again if necessary. Pupils now guess what each pupil was doing, e.g. You
were running. If other pupils guess correctly, the pupil who
Answers mimed sits down. If no one can guess, the pupil who
You 1. was playing 2. was shopping 3. was buying
mimed performs a different mime until someone guesses
a correctly.
4. was reading
in
Pupils Book, Page 33, Exercise 2
Classroom assessment Ask pupils to open their books at page 33 and to describe
With reference to Lessons 1 and 2, pupils can: what they can see in the pictures (computer game,
Scoring criteria Good Fair Poor football, book, juice and cake, shoes, pyjamas). Then ask
nce them to say the times on the clocks.
s to demonstrate understanding of spoken
words in simple instructions, exchanges Explain that they will hear people saying what they were
and presentations doing at different times. Pupils are going to listen and put
the pictures in the order they hear them.
participate in simple classroom Play the recording from the first speaker and elicit the
exchanges
answer (picture e).
ask questions and give answers in an Now play the recording all the way through. Pupils can
e appropriate tone of voice compare answers in pairs.
use words and short sentences to Play the recording again. Check answers as a class.
participate in short, simple exchanges
use reading strategies to understand
simple reading material
use and spell correctly learnt vocabulary
Unit 8
m.)
er.) 71
Activity Book, Page 32, Exercise 3 Fu
Audioscript Ask pupils to open their Activity Books at page 32. Pupils A
1. read the names of the shops and places in the box. Ask t
Girl 1: What were you doing on Saturday afternoon at them what they can see or buy in each one and elicit w
twenty to three, Abla? answers.
Abla: At twenty to three, I was in the shoe shop with Ask a pupil to read the example sentence. Ac
my mum. I was looking at some blue shoes. Pupils then complete the task in pairs. A
2. Check answers as a class. t
Boy 1: What were you doing on Saturday afternoon at t
twenty to three, Issa? Answers o
Issa: At twenty to three, I was in the bookshop with 1. shoe shop 2. stadium 3. sports centre 4. library P
my mum. I was choosing some new books. 5. market P
3. C
Boy 1: What were you doing on Saturday afternoon at End the lesson c
twenty to three, Rakan?
Rakan: At twenty to three, I was in the computer shop Ask pupils for the names of any other shops or places in
with my dad. I was choosing a computer game. their town. Put these on the board, e.g. market, bridge, park, A
clothes shop, school, bookshop, swimming pool. Make a 1
4.
note of these as you can use them to start the next lesson. 2
Girl 1: What were you doing on Saturday afternoon at
3
Abla:
ten past five, Abla?
At ten past five, I was in the clothes shop with Lesson 4 4
my mum. I was buying some new pyjamas.
Outcomes It is expected that pupils will:

5.
Boy 1: What were you doing on Saturday afternoon at demonstrate understanding of spoken En
ten past five, Issa? words in simple instructions, exchanges A
Issa: At ten past five, I was in the sports shop with my and presentations

a
dad. I was choosing a new football. with a partner, prepare and present a
6. short, simple dialogue to the class
Boy 1: What were you doing on Saturday afternoon at
ask questions and give answers in an L
ten past five, Rakan? appropriate tone of voice
Rakan: At ten past five, I was at home with my family. I
was drinking juice and eating cake. demonstrate understanding of simple
informational material
O

write simple sentences to answer


questions on familiar topics
Answers
Structures The past continuous tense question and
1. e 2. c 3. a 4. f 5. b 6. d affirmative forms:
What were you doing on Saturday afternoon at
two oclock?
2 Listen and match
I was watching a tennis match with my father.
doing? Using an appropriate tone of voice
1 a b Functions
Showing appreciation of the value of
personal experience

Abla Topic Past actions

2 Resources Pupils Book, page 33, Exercise 3, Ask and


c d
answer
Activity Book, page 32, Exercise 4, Read S
and choose
Issa Wallchart: Shopping

3 e f
Revision
Remind pupils of the places they mentioned at the end
of the previous lesson, and also ask them to look at the
wallchart. Tell pupils you are going to say what you were
Rakan
doing yesterday. They must name the place. For example,
you say At two oclock yesterday, I was buying a blouse. Pupils
answer You were in a clothes shop. F
3 Ask and answer What were you doing

shopping with my mother


on Saturday afternoon
at two oclock?
Pupils Book, Page 33, Exercise 3
writing an email Ask pupils to open their books at page 33. Pupils read the V
watching a tennis match
choosing a book
list of activities and the times.
buying some clothes Choose a pair of pupils to read the example in the book. T
drinking juice Then explain that they can take it in turns to ask questions
two oclock half past two about one of the times in the book, and answer using one R
three oclock half past four
I was watching a tennis
of the activities.
five oclock half past six
match with my father. Pupils work in pairs to complete the task. Go round and
33 monitor their work and make a note of any errors. You can
go over these at the end.
Unit 8 Choose pairs of pupils to demonstrate their dialogues to
the class. Encourage them to use an appropriate tone of
72 voice rising or falling tone.
Further practice Revision
s Ask pupils what they were really doing at these and other Ask a pupil to come to the front of the class. Ask the pupil
times on Saturday, or on different days. For example, What to think of an activity he or she was doing yesterday, but
were you doing yesterday at twelve oclock? Pupils answer. tell the pupil not to name it. Tell the other pupils they need
to ask questions to guess what the pupil was doing. He/
Activity Book, Page 32, Exercise 4 She can only answer Yes or No. For example, the class asks
Ask pupils to open their Activity Books at page 32. Explain Were you reading a book? (No.) Were you eating? (No.) Were you
that this is a conversation between Huda and Fatima, but playing with your little brother? (Yes.)
the answers to Hudas questions are not in the correct
order. Presentation
Pupils read the example question and answer. Use the flashcards to present bowling and bowling alley. Ask
Pupils can work in pairs to complete the task. pupils if they like bowling.
Choose pairs of pupils to read the completed dialogue to Use the flashcard to present jewellers. Ask pupils what can
check their answers. be bought in a jewellers (jewellery, watches).
Revise family. Ask pupils how many people they have in their
ark, Answers family and elicit names for people in the family, e.g. brother,
1. I was at home in the kitchen. sister, mother, father, grandmother, grandfather, aunt, uncle, etc.
. 2. I was cooking with my mum.
3. A chocolate cake! It was for my sisters birthday. Pupils Book, Page 34, Exercise 4
4. Yes, it was delicious! Ask pupils to open their books at page 34. Pupils describe
the picture and the text (a letter). Ask pupils what shops
are in a shopping centre they know. If they do, ask what
End the lesson shops are in it. Elicit suitable answers, e.g. clothes shops,
s Ask pupils, What were you doing yesterday afternoon? Pupils shoe shops.
answer. Explain that they are going to read Samiras letter to
Fatima. Before they start, ask pupils to read the seven
Lesson 5
questions.
Pupils then read the letter and answer the questions. They
Outcomes can do this individually. Go round and help them with
It is expected that pupils will:
follow simple oral instructions
with a partner, prepare and present a
any vocabulary or questions. Make sure they use the past
simple and present simple tenses correctly.
Ask a pair of pupils to read the example question and
short, simple dialogue to the class

d ask questions and give answers in an


appropriate tone of voice
answer in the book. Pupils then work in pairs to ask and
answer the remaining questions. For question 7, they can

t speak about events that happened in the


past
give their own opinions. Go round and monitor their work,
making a note of any errors. You can go over these at the
end.
speak clearly with a reasonable speed and
Choose pairs of pupils to demonstrate their questions and
volume
use reading strategies to understand
simple reading material a letter
answers to the class to check their answers. Make sure they
ask and answer using the correct intonation, reasonable

express an opinion based on information


from a written source
speed, volume and tone of voice.

use and spell correctly learnt vocabulary


complete simple sentences to answer
Answers
1. She went to the shopping centre.
nd questions on familiar topics 2. She visited the clothes shops and the bookshops.
d Structures The past continuous tense affirmative 3. Yes, she does.
form: 4. She bought a very nice watch.
I was looking in the clothes shops and the 5. Yes, he does.
bookshops. 6. They looked at the bowling alley.
The simple past tense affirmative and 7. Pupils own answers
question forms:
I went to the shopping centre on Saturday with my
e family.
e, What did they see after lunch?
Functions Talking about activities
Expressing opinion about shopping

he Vocabulary bowling, bowling alley, jewellers

. Topic Past actions


ns
ne Resources Pupils Book, page 34, Exercise 4, Read
and answer
Activity Book, page 33, Exercise 5, Read
an and complete
Activity Book, page 33, Exercise 6, Look
o and complete Unit 8
Flashcards: bowling alley, jewellers
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End the lesson Re
4 Read and answer Ask pupils What were you doing at six oclock last night? Pupils

answer. a
Dear Fatima,
Explain that in the next lesson, pupils will describe a picture t
I went to the shopping centre on Saturday with my family. I was
showing something they did recently. Ask them to bring in a
looking in the clothes shops and the bookshops. Mum likes the
photos or postcards if they can. a
perfume shop and the jewellers. Mum bought a very nice watch in
the jewellers. Kareem likes looking at the computer games in the Pu
computer shop. At one oclock, we had lunch in the restaurant.
After lunch, we looked at the bowling alley. I like bowling!
Lesson 6 A
Please visit us soon. You are going to enjoy the shopping centre! t
Outcomes It is expected that pupils will: t
Samira
recognise the sound of some consonants
use clues (pictures) to understand new or
P
a
1 Where did Samira go on Saturday?
unfamiliar words when listening
2
3
Which shops did Samira visit?
Does Mum like the perfume shop? use words and short sentences to
participate in short, simple exchanges
P


4 What did Mum buy in the jewellers?
5 Does Kareem like looking at the computer games?
6 What did they see after lunch?
ask questions and give answers in an A
7 Do you prefer shopping in a shopping centre or a shop? Why? appropriate speed, volume and tone of
voice /
Where did Samira
go on Saturday? with a partner, prepare and present a
short, simple dialogue to the class
demonstrate understanding of simple
informational material a short
descriptive text
explain similarities and differences
between events (in PB its a speaking
exercise)
She went to the
shopping centre.
use and spell correctly learnt vocabulary
write simple sentences to answer
questions on familiar topics
34
write a short paragraph having a picture
and a phrase as a prompt
Activity Book, Page 33, Exercise 5 Structures The past continuous tense question and
Ask pupils to open their Activity Books at page 33. Explain affirmative forms:
that pupils are going to read another letter, this time from What were you doing yesterday morning?
Abeer to Khadija. Give them time to do this. Go round and I was visiting my uncle and aunt yesterday
help them with any problems. morning.
Explain to pupils that they are going to complete the gaps The past simple tense:
using the correct verbs in the box. I went to the beach with my family. We had lunch
at half past one.
Pupils complete the task in pairs.
Pairs of pupils can read the completed letter for you to Functions Recognising/pronouncing words with the
check answers as a class. sound /dZ/
Describing pictures
Answers
Topic Past actions
1. was helping 2. was making 3. arrived 4. was 5. went
6. saw Vocabulary food

Activity Book, Page 33, Exercise 6 Resources Pupils Book, page 35, Exercise 5, Listen
Ask pupils to look at the next exercise. Ask pupils to and say
describe the pictures. Help them with any vocabulary. Pupils Book, page 35, Exercise 6, Ask and
Read the example answer, then elicit an answer for Issa in answer
question 2.
Pupils Book, page 35, Exercise 7, Talk Pu
about you
Pupils then complete the task in pairs. A
Activity Book, page 34, Exercise 7, Listen,

Check answers as a class. point and repeat p


M
Activity Book, page 34, Exercise 8, Read
Answers v
and answer
1. A: What were you doing at six oclock, Nadia? Activity Book, page 34, Exercise 9, E
B: I was sewing. Complete d
2. A: What were you doing at five oclock, Issa? Audio, Pupils Book, Unit 8, Exercise 5 a
B: I was watching TV. Audio, Activity Book, Unit 8, Exercise 7 E
3. A: What were you doing at one oclock, Mum? Wallchart: Shopping P
B: I was cooking. t
4. A: What were you doing at eleven oclock, Dad? t
B: I was talking to Uncle Faisal. c
5. A: What were you doing at seven oclock, Muna? a
B: I was writing a story.
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Revision Answers
s Ask pupils to look at the wallchart Shopping. Say the name of
a shop, e.g. clothes shop. Pupils name something you can buy Pupils own answers
ure there, e.g. a blouse. Then name something you can buy, e.g.
a bracelet. Pupils name the shop where it can be bought, e.g.
in
a jewellers. Do this for several shops and several items. Pupils Book, Page 35, Exercise 7
Remind pupils that in the last lesson, you asked them to
Pupils Book, Page 35, Exercise 5 bring in photos if they could.
Ask pupils to open their books at page 35 and to look at Explain that this boy has brought in a photo of his holiday.
the pictures. Explain that they are going to hear words with Present the word food. Ask pupils what food they like to
the /dZ/ sound. eat. Give pupils time to read his description of the photo.
ts Play the recording. Pupils repeat the sound and the words Ask a few comprehension questions, e.g. Where did he go?
or as a class. Invite individuals to say the words. (He went to the beach.) What did he do before lunch? (He played
Point out the three different spellings of the /dZ/ sound in volleyball.) What was delicious? (The food.) Where did they go after
these words. lunch? (They went back to the beach.) What were they watching?
(They were watching the boats in the sea.) Was it a happy day? (Yes,
Audioscript it was.)
Explain that you would now like them to describe their own
/dZ/, /dZ/: juice, orange, bridge

special day in the photos. If they do not have a photo, they


can draw a picture.
Give pupils time to describe their pictures. Go round and
5 Listen and say
help them with any language. They can also help each other.
When they are ready, pupils can talk about their pictures to
their partners. Go round and monitor their work and make
a note of any errors. You can correct these at the end.
Ask a few pupils to come to the front and to talk about
their pictures. Praise their work and encourage other pupils
y juice orange bridge to ask questions if they want to.
6 Ask and answer
What were you doing yesterday morning?
Activity Book, Page 34, Exercise 7
re yesterday morning
Ask pupils to look at the words on page 34 of their Activity
yesterday afternoon
yesterday evening Books.
d at eight oclock yesterday evening Explain that you are going to play the recording. They must
at seven oclock this morning
listen, point and repeat the /dZ/ sound in each word.
Play the recording. Pupils can compare answers in pairs.
I was visiting my uncle and aunt yesterday morning.
Play the recording again. Check answers as a class.
7 Talk about you
Audioscript
nch
1. juice 2. bridge 3. Jordan 4. orange 5. fridge
Look at my picture. It was the summer 6. page 7. jacket 8. vegetables
holidays. I went to the beach with my
family. We en oyed our day very much.
We played volleyball before lunch.
My dad is good at volleyball! Answers
We had lunch at half past one. We ate
in a restaurant. The food was delicious!
juice bridge Jordan orange fridge page jacket
After lunch, we went back to the beach. vegetables
We were watching the boats in the sea.
We had a lovely day!

n
Activity Book, Page 34, Exercise 8
Ask a pair of pupils to read the example question and answer.
35
nd Ask pupils to read the remaining questions and explain
that they are going to complete the answers using one of
Pupils Book, Page 35, Exercise 6 the words from the box.
Pupils work individually or in pairs to complete the task.
n, Ask pupils to look at Exercise 6. Pupils read the time Check answers as a class.
phrases, then the example question and answer in pairs.
Make sure they speak clearly with a reasonable speed, Answers
d
volume and tone of voice.
1. I was sleeping 2. I was eating 3. I was getting up
Elicit a question for the next time phrase: What were you 4. I was studying
doing yesterday afternoon? Explain that pupils can either
answer this truthfully, or make up an answer as long as the
English is correct.
Pupils complete the task in pairs. Go round and monitor
their work and make a note of any errors. Go over these at
the end. Choose a few pupils to say their dialogues to the
class. Guide them to see similarities and differences in their
activities.

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75
Further practice
Ask pupils what they were doing at different times. Pupils
answer using the past continuous tense: I was -ing.
Activity Book, Page 34, Exercise 9
Pupils say what they can see in the picture. Explain that they
are going to complete the sentence to describe the picture
and write what they were doing there, for example: We were
in the clothes shop. We were buying a blouse. Accept all correct
answers. Go round and check they are writing neatly and
correctly with correct spelling and punctuation.
Classroom assessment
With reference to Unit 8, pupils can:
Scoring criteria Good Fair Poor
demonstrate understanding of spoken
words in simple instructions, exchanges
and presentations
participate in simple classroom
exchanges
ask questions and give answers in an
appropriate tone of voice
use words and short sentences to
participate in short, simple exchanges
with a partner, prepare and present a
short, simple dialogue to the class
speak clearly with a reasonable speed
and volume
use reading strategies to understand
simple reading material
complete simple sentences to answer
questions on familiar topics
write a short paragraph having a prompt

End the lesson


Congratulate the pupils on their hard work in Unit 8.
Tell the pupils that the next unit is a review unit. Ask
pupils if they can remember what they have studied in the
last four units (transport, the past, the family, animals,
shopping). They will revise some of these themes in the next
lessons.

Unit 8
76
Unit Review
How many helicopters were there? (There was one.)
Lesson 1 Were there forty-four cars? (No, there were forty-three cars.)
Outcomes It is expected that pupils will: What does Kareems book say about helicopters? (They travel very
use clues (pictures) to understand new or
unfamiliar words when listening
fast.)
Did Kareem take a photo? (Yes, he did.)
participate in simple classroom exchanges
respond to questions before, during and
How many cars and vans can you see in the photo? (Accept all
reasonable answers as parts of cars are visible.)
after listening
use words and short sentences to Unit


participate in short, simple exchanges
use context and visual clues to predict or
identify meaning of unfamiliar words
9 Review

use reading strategies to understand


simple reading material
1 Listen and read

Structures Revision of: Today, Kareem is going


The past continuous tense with time to talk about transport.

markers:
At four oclock yesterday afternoon, I was
counting the cars, vans, motorbikes and lorries
from our house.
The past simple tense:
The helicopter was the most interesting. I took a
photo of the cars and vans in our city.
There are many cars, vans, motorbikes and
lorries in our city. At four oclock yesterday
Functions Talking about types of transport afternoon, I was counting the cars, vans,
Answering questions about the past motorbikes and lorries from our house. I
counted forty-three cars, twenty-two vans,
eleven motorbikes and seventeen lorries.
Vocabulary Revision of: Then, I saw a helicopter!
helicopter, interesting (adj), lorry, motorbike, The helicopter was the most interesting. I
transport have a book about helicopters. The book
says that helicopters travel very fast.

Topic Revision I took a photo of the cars and vans in our


city. How many can you see?

Resources Pupils Book, page 36, Exercise 1, Listen 2 Look and say
and read grandparents: on Tuesday
Audio, Pupils Book, Unit 9, Exercise 1 a museum: at the weekend
dentists surgery: tomorrow
Flashcards: helicopter, lorry, motorbike shopping centre: this afternoon
Im not going to visit my grandparents on Tuesday.
36 Im going to visit my grandparents on Saturday.
Revision
Use the flashcards to revise forms of transport. Elicit other
forms of transport and put these on the board, e.g. car, Audioscript
plane. Ask pupils which of the forms of transport they can Male teacher: Today, Kareem is going to talk about
see from their house or from the school. transport.
Pupils Book, Page 36, Exercise 1 Kareem: There are many cars, vans, motorbikes
and lorries in our city. At four oclock
Ask pupils to open their books at page 36. Ask them yesterday afternoon, I was counting the
to describe what forms of transport they can see in the cars, vans, motorbikes and lorries from
picture. our house. I counted forty-three cars,
Now ask a pupil to read the teachers speech bubble. Ask twenty-two vans, eleven motorbikes and
them to listen and read to find out which form of transport seventeen lorries. Then, I saw a helicopter!
Kareem says is the most interesting. Play the recording. The helicopter was the most interesting. I
Ask the question again. Pupils answer your question (the have a book about helicopters. The book
helicopter). says that helicopters travel very fast.
Play the recording for the pupils again. Pause after each I took a photo of the cars and vans in our
sentence and get pupils to repeat. city. How many can you see?
Then ask pupils to read the text, a sentence at a time.
Ask pupils some questions, for example: Further practice
Is Kareem going to talk about shops? (No, he is going to talk about
Pupils work in pairs. One pupil says a true or false sentence
transport.) about the text. The other says Yes or No, for example:
Did he count more motorbikes than lorries? (No, he counted more Kareem counted eleven lorries. (No. He counted seventeen lorries.)
lorries.) He counted forty-three cars. (Yes.) Go round and monitor as
they work, and make a note of any problems. You can go Unit 9
over these at the end.
77
End the lesson Pupils Book, Page 36, Exercise 1
Ask pupils what other things they can see from their house. Ask pupils to open their books at page 36. Ask pupils
Elicit ideas and put relevant ones on the board. to tell you what they can remember about Kareems
presentation.
Lesson 2 Play the recording to the class while they read to check
their answers.
Outcomes It is expected that pupils will: Now say sentences that are not correct. Pick a pupil with

follow simple oral instructions his/her hand up to correct the mistake, for example:
use short sentences to talk with a partner Hes going to talk about shopping. (No, hes going to talk about
about familiar situations transport.)
demonstrate understanding of simple
informational materials
At four oclock yesterday morning, he was counting the cars. (No, it

use and spell learnt vocabulary


was yesterday afternoon.)
He counted eleven cars and forty-three motorbikes. (No, he counted
Structures Revision of: forty-three cars and eleven motorbikes.)
The verb going to for future plans The lorry was the most interesting. (No, the helicopter was the most
affirmative and negative forms: interesting.)
Were going to visit my uncle again soon.
He has a book about vans. (No, he has a book about helicopters.)
Im not going to visit my grandparents on
Tuesday. He bought a photo. (No, he took a photo.)
The past simple tense: Pupils Book, Page 36, Exercise 2
Then, we went home. It was a good day. Ask pupils to look at Exercise 2. Pupils read the words in
Comparative and superlative adjectives: red.
I think that a fruit salad is nicer than ice cream! Explain that pupils should talk to their partner and say
Its the tallest building in the street. when they are and are not going to do each item in the
Functions Talking about the future (negative form) list. Ask a pupil to read the example sentences. Then elicit
Talking about the past similar sentences about the next item on the list, e.g. Im
Making comparisons not going to go to the museum at the weekend. Im going
to go to the museum in the holidays.
Vocabulary Revision of: Pupils complete the task in pairs, taking it in turns to
dentists surgery, shopping centre speak. Go round and monitor their work and make a note
of any errors. Go over these at the end. Remind them to
Topic Revision
speak clearly and with a reasonable speed and volume.
Resources Pupils Book, page 36, Exercise 1, Listen Ask a few pupils to demonstrate their sentences to the class
and read to check their answers.
Pupils Book, page 36, Exercise 2, Look
Activity Book, Page 35, Exercise 1

and say
Activity Book, page 35, Exercise 1, Read Ask pupils to look at page 35 of their Activity Books. Ask
and complete them to describe the picture. Explain that Khaled is writing
Activity Book, page 35, Exercise 2, Read a letter to Ali. Ask them to read the letter and complete it
and circle with the correct words from the box, like the example.
Audio, Pupils Book, Unit 9, Exercise 1 Give pupils time to complete the text. They can compare
Flashcards: dentists surgery, shopping answers in pairs.
centre Check answers as a class.
Wallcharts: Jobs and work, shopping
Answers
Revision
1. yesterday 2. tallest 3. looked 4. was 5. were
Use the flashcards to revise dentists surgery and shopping 6. played 7. nicer 8. going
centre.
Ask pupils to look at the wallchart Jobs and work. Ask Where

is the dentist going to work today? Elicit the answer He/Shes Activity Book, Page 35, Exercise 2
going to work in the dentists surgery. Ask pupils to look at Exercise 2. Explain the task. Pupils
Now say I want to go shopping today. Im going to go to many read the sentences that are about the text in Exercise 1 and
shops. Where am I going to go? Elicit the answer Youre going to circle Yes or No. Ask a pupil to read the example first.
go to the shopping centre. Pupils work in pairs to complete the task.
Revise the comparative and superlative. Ask Which is the Check answers as a class.
tallest building in (your town)? Which is taller, this school or your
house? Which is nicer, an ice cream or a cake? Pupils answer.

Unit 9
78
Revision
Answers Say I am going to go to the zoo. What am I going to see? Revise
1. Yes 2. No 3. No 4. No 5. Yes animals and write their ideas on the board.
Revise the past continuous. Play a guessing game. Ask
pupils to look at the animals on the board and say Yesterday
End the lesson at two oclock, I was looking at the tallest animal. Pupils guess the
animal (a giraffe). Do the same with other animals, e.g.
Play a memory game. Say Im going to go to the shopping Yesterday at two oclock, I was looking at the most dangerous animal
centre to buy an apple. The next pupil repeats your sentence (a lion)/the biggest animal (an elephant), etc.
and adds a word beginning with b, e.g. Im going to go to Revise telling the time. Place the hands of the clock in
the shopping centre to buy an apple and a bag. The next pupil different positions (or draw clocks on the board) and elicit
repeats this sentence, then adds a word beginning with c, the time. Practise times with to and past.
e.g. Im going to go to the shopping centre to buy an apple, a bag
and a car. Continue round the class for as long as you can. Pupils Book, Page 37, Exercise 3
Ask pupils to open their books at page 37. Ask them to
Lesson 3
describe each picture and to say the time shown in each.
Explain that they are now going to ask and answer
Outcomes questions about each picture. Choose a pair of pupils to
It is expected that pupils will:
use clues (pictures) to understand new or
unfamiliar words when listening

read the example.
Pupils complete the task in pairs. Go round and monitor

participate in simple classroom exchanges


ask questions and give answers with an
their work and make a note of any errors. You can go over
these at the end. Make sure they are using appropriate
speed, volume and tone of voice.
appropriate speed, volume and tone of Choose pairs of pupils to demonstrate their dialogues to
voice
with a partner, prepare and present a
short, simple dialogue to the class
the class to check their answers.

use context and visual clues to predict or


identify meaning of unfamiliar words
Suggested answers
a. What were you doing at twenty-five past eleven? I was
use reading strategies to understand
simple reading material
buying a bracelet in the jewellers.
b. What were you doing at twenty to three? I was looking

use and spell correctly learnt vocabulary


complete sentences using the correct form
at cars.
c. What were you doing at ten to eight? I was reading
about animals.
of words d. What were you doing at five past nine? I was choosing
football boots.
Structures Revision of: e. What were you doing at twenty past three? I was doing
Past continuous tense question and my homework.
affirmative forms: f. What were you doing at ten past eight? I was playing
What were you doing at twenty-five past eleven? volleyball.
I was buying a bracelet in the jewellers.
Comparative and superlative adjectives:
The tiger is stronger and more powerful than 3 Ask and answer
the cat. The giraffe is the tallest. a b c

Functions Talking about the past


Telling the time
Describing animals buy look at read about

Making comparisons d e f

Expressing opinion
Vocabulary Revision of:
dangerous, tiger, useful, choose do play

Topic Revision
What were you
doing at twenty-five
Resources Pupils Book, page 37, Exercise 3, Ask past eleven?
and answer
Pupils Book, page 37, Exercise 4, Listen,
ask and answer I was buying a bracelet in the ewellers.
Activity Book, page 36, Exercise 3,
Complete
Activity Book, page 36, Exercise 4, Write 4 Listen, ask and answer
Are horses, lions and
Audio, Pupils Book, Unit 9, Exercise 4 1 Are horses, lions and deer fast
animals?
deer fast animals?

A clock 2 Is the deer faster than the lion?


3 Which is the strongest animal?
4 Which animal is the tallest and the
most beautiful?
5 Does the boy think that the horse is
the most useful animal?
6 Which animal is more dangerous
than the tiger?
Yes, they are.
37
21 Unit 9
79
Pupils Book, Page 37, Exercise 4 Activity Book, Page 36, Exercise 4
Ask the pupils to look at Exercise 4. Explain that they are Ask pupils to look at Exercise 4 and to name the animals in
going to hear a conversation about animals. Before they the pictures.
listen, ask them to read questions 1 to 6. See if they can Choose a pupil to read the two example sentences.
answer any of the questions before they listen. Remind the Pupils now complete the remaining sentences using the
pupils that these are opinions and not facts about these correct comparative or superlative form of the adjectives.
animals.
Check answers as a class.
Tell them you will now play the recording. Encourage them
to take notes of the answers as they listen.
Play the recording. Pupils take notes. Answers
Play the recording again if necessary. Then ask a pair of 1. stronger; more powerful
pupils to read the example question and answer. 2. better
In pairs, pupils ask and answer the questions. 3. the tallest
4. the heaviest
Check answers as a class.
5. the most dangerous

6. the youngest; the smallest


Audioscript
Girl: Horses, lions and deer are all fast animals, but End the lesson
lions are the fastest. Ask pupils which animals they think are the most
Boy: The lion is a very strong animal. interesting. Pupils give their opinions, e.g. I think lions are the
Girl: Yes, the lion is very strong, but I think that the most interesting.
elephant is the strongest animal.
Boy: I think that the giraffe is the most beautiful
animal. Lesson 4
Girl: Yes, and its the tallest animal, too!
Boy: I think that the camel is the most useful animal. Outcomes It is expected that pupils will:
Girl:
Boy:
What do you think about the tiger?
I think that the tiger is the most dangerous
animal.
demonstrate understanding of spoken
words in simple instructions, exchanges
and presentations
Girl: I think that the shark is more dangerous than the
tiger. It has the biggest teeth! participate in simple classroom exchanges
use words and short sentences to
participate in short, simple exchanges
Answers use context and visual clues to predict or
identify meaning of unfamiliar words
1. Yes, they are.
2. No, the lion is the fastest animal.
3. The elephant is the strongest animal.
use reading strategies to understand
simple reading material
4. The giraffe Structures Revision of:
5. No, the boy thinks that the camel is the most useful The past simple tense with time markers:
animal. I went to the shopping centre two weeks ago. My
6. The shark is more dangerous than the tiger. team won the match yesterday!
Functions Talking about the past
Activity Book, Page 36, Exercise 3
Ask pupils to open their Activity Books at page 36. Ask Vocabulary Revision of:
them to look at the first picture and to describe what blouse, football boots, shopping centre, sports
they can see. Explain that they are going to complete the shop
sentences by describing what the people were doing and
adding the time to each picture. Topic Revision
Pupils read the example sentence. Then elicit the second
sentence. Resources Pupils Book, page 38, Exercise 5, Read
Pupils complete the task in pairs. and match
Check answers as a class.
Activity Book, page 37, Exercise 5, Listen,
point and repeat
Audio, Activity Book, Unit 9, Exercise 5
Answers Wallchart: Shopping
a. Yesterday, at twenty-five past three, I was sitting on a
bus. Revision
b. At ten to four, I was playing with my friend.
c. This morning at five to ten, I was going to the shops Ask pupils to look at the wallchart Shopping. Say a shop,
with Mum and Dad. e.g. a sports shop. Pupils say what you can buy there, e.g. a
d. At twenty past eleven, we were drinking orange juice football. Now say an item of clothing, e.g. a blouse. Pupils
and coffee in a caf. say where you can buy it, e.g. a clothes shop.
Revise time markers. Write the days of the week on the
board. Point to the day before today and elicit or revise
yesterday. Then point to two days ago and elicit two days ago.
Do the same to elicit tomorrow, next Tuesday, etc.

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80
Pupils Book, Page 38, Exercise 5
Tapescripts and answers
Ask pupils to open their books at page 38. Explain that
/m/ Monday comb animal number summer
they are going to read about four peoples shopping
experiences. As they read, they are going to match the /f/ photo laugh f iref ighter alphabet giraff e
people with the shops a to d and the items in pictures e to h /dZ/ January bridge orange village vegetable
that you can buy in each shop pictured. First, ask pupils to /i/ tree see speak sea teacher
tell you what they can see in the pictures. Help them with
any vocabulary.
Pupils complete the task individually. They compare Lesson 5
answers in pairs.
Check answers as a class. Outcomes It is expected that pupils will:

demonstrate understanding of spoken


words in simple instructions, exchanges
Answers
and presentations
1. d (computer shop); h (computer game)
2. c (sports shop); f (football boots) participate in simple classroom exchanges
ask questions and give answers with an
3. a (bookshop); g (book) appropriate speed, volume and tone of
4. b (clothes shop); e (blouse) voice
use reading strategies to understand
simple reading material
5 Read and match write sentences, using the correct order of
words, on familiar topics
1 Hello, Im Abbas. I went to the shopping
centre two weeks ago. I went with my
father. We went to the computer shop
2 write a short dialogue given a prompt
and I bought a computer game. Structures Revision of:
3
The past simple tense with time markers:
Im Jaber. On Friday morning, I went to the mosque with
I went to the
My name is Nada. I went shopping centre last my father.
to the shopping centre Saturday. My father took me
yesterday. I went with my to the sports shop. I bought Functions Talking about the past
mother. We bought a book for some football boots. I like
my aunt in the bookshop. I think that them very much! My team Reporting the results of a survey
my aunt is going to be very happy! won the match yesterday!
Vocabulary Revision of:
4
buildings, places, activities
Im Huda. I went to the shopping centre this morning. I went
with my mother and my sister. I bought a pink blouse in the
clothes shop. Im going to wear my new blouse next weekend.
Topic Revision
Resources Pupils Book, page 39, Exercise 6, Project:
Do a survey about the weekend
a b e Activity Book, page 37, Exercise 6, Read,
f
correct and order
Activity Book, page 37, Exercise 7,
Complete
Photocopiable Project Worksheet 2, page
g
h
163
c d Flashcards: clothes shop, shopping
centre, sports shop

Revision
Revise clothes shop, shopping centre, sports shop using the
38 flashcards. Ask pupils to spell the words on the board.
Other pupils can check or correct the spelling. Then get
pupils to say the words.
Further practice Ask them which things they can buy in each place. Which
Ask comprehension questions, e.g. Who went to the shopping place do they think is the most useful? Which shop is the
centre yesterday? (Nada.) Who went to the shopping centre this most expensive?
morning? (Huda.) Who played a football match yesterday? (Jaber.)
Who bought a computer game two weeks ago? (Abbas.) Who is
going to wear a new blouse next weekend? (Huda.) Who is going to
get a book? (Nadas aunt.)
Activity Book, Page 37, Exercise 5
Ask pupils to open their Activity Books at page 37. Explain
that the lists of words revise the sounds they have been
looking at in the last four units. Ask pupils to listen to the
words aloud to their partners and to point to the sound at
the beginning of each list, as in the example.
Go round and monitor their work. Check they are
pronouncing the words correctly.
Check answers as a class. Unit 9
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Activity Book, Page 37, Exercise 6
6 Project: Do a survey about the weekend Ask pupils to look at Exercise 6. Get a pupil to read the
1 Read and answer example sentence.
1 How many people are you going to ask?
Explain that the words in the sentences are not in the
2 What questions are you going to ask? correct order. Pupils are going to write them correctly and
add the punctuation. They can do this in pairs.
2 Read and complete Check answers as a class.
On Friday morning, I went to At ten oclock on Saturday
the mosque with my father. morning, I was playing football.
Answers
On Saturday afternoon, I went 1. I am going to visit Nadias aunt.
to the library with my sister.
2. What were you doing yesterday afternoon?
3. Its half past three in London.
What did you do on What were you doing What did you do on
Friday morning? at ten oclock on Saturday afternoon?
Saturday morning?

Ziad I went to the


Activity Book, Page 37, Exercise 7
mosque with my Pupils say what they can see in the picture. Ask pupils
father. to read the first sentence. Explain that they are going to
complete the dialogue, given the first and last prompts.
3 Ask and answer
What did Ziad do
Pupils can work in pairs to plan what they are going to
on Friday morning? write. Monitor and offer help and suggestions. Encourage
them to seek each others advice about words they may
need. Any answer is possible as long as it is correct English.
Go round and check they are writing neatly and correctly.
Ask pairs of pupils to read their dialogues to the class.
You can take in their work to mark.
He went to the mosque
with his father. End the lesson
39 Remind pupils to bring in their completed project
worksheets for the next lesson.

Pupils Book, Page 39, Exercise 6 Lesson 6


Outcomes It is expected that pupils will:
Ask pupils to open their books at page 39. Explain that
they are going to do a survey about the weekend. Ask follow simple oral instructions
use words and short sentences to
pupils to volunteer to read questions 1 and 2. Explain that participate in short, simple exchanges
they can work in pairs to answer the questions and plan
their surveys. ask questions and give answers in an
interview in an appropriate tone of voice
Now ask them to look at part 2. The table shows how the
results can be collected with some suggested questions.
present a short, simple prepared project
of four to five sentences to the class
Point out that they do not have to use the same questions,
they can use their own.
use reading strategies to understand
simple reading material
Give pupils Photocopiable project worksheet 2 (page 163). write simple sentences to answer
questions
Explain that they can use the sheet to write down their
questions and the people they want to ask. use and spell correctly learnt vocabulary

Give pupils time to plan and write their questions for the Structures Revision of:
survey. Go round and monitor their work to check they are The past simple tense with time markers:
doing this correctly. What did you do on Saturday afternoon?
On Saturday afternoon, I went to the library
Now ask pupils to carry out their survey. Make sure that with my sister.
they do this without making too much noise.
Functions Talking about the past
Go round and monitor to check that pupils are answering Reporting the results of a survey
correctly and noting the answers correctly on the forms.
Explain that pupils are going to present and discuss the Topic Revision
results of the survey in the next lesson.
Resources Pupils Book, page 39, Exercise 6, Project:
Do a survey about the weekend
Activity Book, page 79, Assessment
Activity Book, pages 74 and 75,
Handwriting Practice

Unit 9
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Revision
Revise shops. Say something you can buy, e.g. clothes, books.
Pupils name the shop, e.g. bookshop, clothes shop.

Pupils Book, Page 39, Exercise 6


Ask pupils to present their survey results to their partners.
First, look at part 3 in the book and read the examples in
the speech bubbles.
Explain that they are going to do the same in pairs. Using
the survey results on their project worksheets, pupils ask
and answer questions about what the people from the
survey did at different times.
Go round and monitor their conversations. Make a note of
any errors and go over these at the end. Remind pupils to
use an appropriate tone of voice. Encourage them to seek
help about words they may need.
Ask pupils to report any interesting activities to the class.
Further practice
Encourage pupils to form an opinion based on the results
of their survey. Can they find out, for example, which is
the most useful shop or building? At what times did pupils
do the most sports or homework? Which was the most
exciting/useful/interesting thing that someone did?
Classroom assessment
With reference to Unit 9, pupils can:
Scoring criteria Good Fair Poor
recognise sounds of some consonants
demonstrate understanding of spoken
words in simple exchanges and
presentations
speak clearly with a reasonable speed
and volume
use words and short sentences to
participate in short, simple exchanges
use reading strategies to understand
simple informational and reading
material
explain similarities and differences
between events in simple reading
materials and personal experiences
write a short dialogue
apply knowledge of the conventions of
language

End the lesson


After pupils have completed the paragraph in Exercise 5,
they can practise by going to the Handwriting Practice
pages 74-75 of the Activity Book. Guide the pupils on how
to use semi-cursive writing following the given examples.
You can refer to pages 187-188 of the Teachers Book to
review the formation of individual letters.
Ask pupils if they found the survey interesting.
Congratulate all the pupils on their hard work.
Ask pupils to complete the assessment found in the Activity
Books.

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Unit Are there any lentils?
Hold up a bottle of water and ask Is there any water? Elicit or
Lesson 1

present Yes, there is. Get pupils to repeat.


Hold up an empty bottle and ask Is there any water? Elicit or
Outcomes It is expected that pupils will:

present No, there isnt. Get pupils to repeat.
use clues (pictures) to understand new or Hold up a book and say Where do you find books? Elicit or
unfamiliar words when listening
pronounce short, simple English words
correctly
present There are books in a library/a school., etc. Get pupils to
repeat.

respond to questions before, during and


after listening
Now point to a desk with books on it and ask Are there any
books? Elicit or present Yes, there are. Now point to a place

participate in simple classroom exchanges


use print or electronic bilingual
without books and ask Are there any books? Elicit or present
No, there arent. Pupils repeat.
Hold up the flashcard for butter and say Is there any butter in
dictionaries to help understand the classroom? Pupils answer No, there isnt. Now ask Are there
unfamiliar words in reading material
demonstrate recognition of word
formation

any pens in the classroom? Pupils answer Yes, there are.
Continue asking about countable items (chairs, pencils,

use reading strategies to understand


simple reading material
windows, etc) and uncountable items (flour, salt, air, etc).
Make sure pupils answer correctly Yes, there are./No, there

distinguish cause and effect in simple


reading materials
isnt., etc. Write a list of foods on the board and use it to
present shopping list.
Briefly revise shops. Ask pupils Why do you go to a sports
Structures Countable and uncountable nouns: shop? Elicit or present the answer You go to a sports shop to
There is some rice. There are some spices. buy (football boots). Now ask Why do you go to a jewellers? and
Are there any onions? No, there arent. elicit You go to a jewellers to buy (necklaces). Do the same for a
Is there any yoghurt? Yes, there is. clothes shop.
The infinitive of purpose:
Can you go to the market to buy lentils, onions, Unit

Functions
lettuce and tomatoes, please?
Talking about food
10 Are there any lentils?
Talking about purpose 1 Listen and read
Acquiring awareness of kinds of food 1 2

Vocabulary butter, cupboard, flour, herbs, lettuce, onions,


pepper, salt, spices, shopping list, yoghurt
Topic Food

Resources Pupils Book, page 40, Exercise 1, Listen and


read Mum: There is some rice. There is some
salt and there is some pepper. What is
Mum: Your grandparents are going to visit us
Audio, Pupils Book, Unit 10, Exercise 1 this weekend. in that cupboard, Samira?
Samira: Oh, we love seeing Grandpa and
Flashcards: butter, cupboard, flour, herbs, Grandma!
Samira: There are some spices. There
are some nuts. There is some our.
lettuce, onions, pepper, salt, spices, yoghurt Mum: I am going to make mujaddara with
salad. Your grandparents like it. Dad is going Mum: Are there any lentils?
Wallchart: Food and drink; The kitchen and to go to the market. Im going to write a Samira: No, there arent.
shopping list.
cooking 3 4
A bottle of water

Revision
Ask some pupils to show their projects from the last lesson
and to explain them to the class.
Put some times on the board and ask pupils What were you
doing at (ten past three) yesterday? Pupils answer. Mum: What is there in the fridge? Mum: Are there any onions?
Revise items of food. Ask pupils to name as many items of Samira: There is some butter and some meat.
Mum: Is there any yoghurt?
Kareem: No, there arent.
food as they can. Put their ideas on the board. Samira: Yes, there is.
Mum: Okay. Here is my shopping
list. Can you go to the market to buy
Mum: Is there any lettuce? Are there any
Presentation tomatoes?
Samira: No, there arent.
lentils, onions, lettuce and tomatoes,
please?
Dad: Yes, of course!
Use the flashcards to present butter, cupboard, flour, herbs, 40

onions, pepper, salt, spices, yoghurt. Ask pupils to repeat the


words. Then say a word and get pupils to point to it on
the appropriate wallchart. Make sure they pronounce
the words correctly. Pupils can also use their bilingual
dictionaries to check the meaning of new words. Present
lettuce using a picture or a simple drawing on the board.
Now ask pupils Where do you find water? Elicit or teach
Theres water in a river/the sea., etc.
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Pupils Book, Page 40, Exercise 1 Lesson 2
Ask pupils if they like mujaddara. Present love, for example,
say I love making mujaddara. Ask pupils if they know how to Outcomes It is expected that pupils will:
make it. Now say that they are going to listen to and read
a story about making mujaddara. Ask pupils to open their
books at Page 40 and to describe the pictures. Ask Where
demonstrate understanding of spoken
words in simple instructions, exchanges
and presentations
are they? (They are in the kitchen.) What is Samira doing in picture
2? (Shes looking in a cupboard.) ask questions and give answers in an
appropriate tone of voice
Now ask pupils to listen and to find out what they are
going to buy in the market and why. use words and short sentences to
participate in short, simple exchanges
Ask pupils to listen to the recording and to read as they
listen. Choose pupils to give the answer to your questions. use context and visual clues to predict or
identify meaning of unfamiliar words
(They are going to make mujaddara because their grandparents are
going to visit them.) (They are going to buy lentils, onions, lettuce use reading strategies to understand
simple reading material

and tomatoes.)
Play the recording again. Pause after each sentence for the use and spell correctly learnt vocabulary
Countable and uncountable nouns:
pupils to repeat as a class. Then ask individuals to repeat. Structures
Say the new words to the pupils and ask them to point to Is there any yoghurt? Yes, there is.
them in the text. Are there any onions? No, there arent.
The infinitive of purpose:
Can you go to the market to buy lentils, onions,
Audioscript lettuce and tomatoes please?
1.
Mum: Your grandparents are going to visit us this Functions Talking about food
weekend. Talking about purpose
Samira: Oh, we love seeing Grandpa and Grandma!
Mum: I am going to make mujaddara with salad. Your Topic Food
grandparents like it. Dad is going to go to the
market. Im going to write a shopping list. Resources Pupils Book, page 40, Exercise 1, Listen and
2. read
Mum: There is some rice. There is some salt and there Activity Book, page 38, Exercise 1, Look,
is some pepper. What is in that cupboard, listen and say Yes or No
Samira? Activity Book, page 38, Exercise 2, Look and
Samira: There are some spices. There are some nuts. complete. Write Some or Any
There is some flour. Activity Book, page 38, Exercise 3,
Mum: Are there any lentils? Complete
Samira: No, there arent. Audio, Pupils Book, Unit 10, Exercise 1
3. Audio, Activity Book, Unit 10, Exercise 1
Mum: What is there in the fridge? Flashcards: butter, cupboard, flour, herbs,
Samira: There is some butter and some meat. lettuce, onions, pepper, salt, spices, yoghurt
Mum: Is there any yoghurt? Wallchart: Food and drink; The kitchen and
Samira: Yes, there is. cooking
Mum: Is there any lettuce? Are there any tomatoes?
Samira: No, there arent.
4. Revision
Mum: Are there any onions?
Kareem: No, there arent. Use the flashcards and the two wallcharts to revise the new
Mum: Okay. Here is my shopping list. Can you go to vocabulary.
the market to buy lentils, onions, lettuce and Ask questions, for example: Is there any pepper on my desk? Are
tomatoes, please? there any books on your desk? Pupils answer No, there isnt./Yes,
Dad: Yes, of course! there are., etc.
Pupils Book, Page 40, Exercise 1
End the lesson Ask pupils to open their books at page 40. Ask them to tell
Ask pupils what dishes their family likes to cook when you what they can remember about the story.
people visit. Play the recording to the class again while they read.
Ask pupils questions:
for picture 1: Who is going to visit this weekend? (Samira and
Kareems grandparents.)
What is Mum going to make? (Shes going to make mujaddara.)
for picture 2: Is there any flour? (Yes, there is.)
Where is the flour? (It is in the cupboard.)
Are there any lentils? (No, there arent.)
Where are the nuts? (They are in the cupboard.)
for picture 3: What is in the fridge? (Some butter and some
meat.)
Is there any salt and pepper? (Yes, there is.)
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Is the salt and pepper in the fridge? (No, it isnt.)
for picture 4: Are there any onions? (No, there arent.)
Lesson 3
Where is Dad going to go? (Hes going to go to the market.) Outcomes It is expected that pupils will:
Why is he going to go to the market? (To buy lentils, onions, lettuce
and tomatoes.)
participate in simple classroom exchanges
use short sentences to talk with a partner
about familiar situations

Divide the class into groups of three. They practise reading
the story. Go round and monitor and make a note of any use context and visual clues to predict or
errors. You can correct these at the end. identify meaning of unfamiliar words

Activity Book, Page 38, Exercise 1 use reading strategies to understand


simple reading material
Ask pupils to open their Activity Books at page 38 and to
describe the picture.
use and spell correctly learnt vocabulary

Structures Countable and uncountable nouns:


Explain that they are going to hear questions about what is There is some meat in the fridge. There are some
in the fridge. They are going to listen and answer Yes or No. nuts in the cupboard.
Play the first question. Pupils answer Yes.
Continue, pausing after each question for pupils to answer. Functions Talking about food
Play the recording again if necessary. Categorising words in a table

Topic Food
Audioscript and answers
Resources Pupils Book, page 41, Exercise 2, Look
1. Is there any milk?
2. Is there any butter? and say
3. Are there any onions?
Activity Book, page 39, Exercise 4, Read
4. Is there any yoghurt? and order
5. Are there any lentils? Flashcards: butter, flour, herbs, lettuce,
onions, pepper, salt, spices, yoghurt
Wallchart: Food and drink; The kitchen and
cooking
Answers
1. Yes 2. No 3. No 4. Yes 5. No Revision
Use the flashcards and the two wallcharts to revise the
Activity Book, Page 38, Exercise 2 new vocabulary. Ask pupils What do you usually have in your
fridge? What do you usually have in your kitchen cupboards? Pupils
Ask pupils to look at Exercise 2 and to say what they can answer.
see in the cupboards.
Choose a pupil to read the example sentence. Pupils Book, Page 41, Exercise 2
Pupils work in pairs to complete the task. Ask pupils to look at page 41 of their Pupils Book. Explain
Check answers as a class. Pupils should realise that any is the task. Pupils look at the pictures and say what is in the
used in questions and with negatives. Some is used with fridge and what is in the cupboard. Ask a pair of pupils to
affirmative sentences. read the examples.
Pupils work in pairs to complete the task. Go round and
monitor and make a note of any errors. You can correct
Answers these at the end.
A: Is there any rice?
B: Yes, there is. Theres some rice, but there isnt any Answers
flour.
A: Are there any oranges? There are some eggs in the fridge.
B: No, there arent any oranges, but there are some There is some yoghurt in the fridge.
apples. There is some meat in the fridge.
There is some butter in the fridge.
Activity Book, Page 38, Exercise 3 There is some salt in the cupboard.
Ask pupils to look at Exercise 3. Choose a pupil to read the There is some flour in the cupboard.
example sentence. There are some nuts in the cupboard.
Pupils complete the task individually, then compare There is some pepper in the cupboard.
answers in pairs. There are some onions in the cupboard.
Check answers as a class.

Answers
1. to buy 2. to watch 3. to buy 4. to make 5. to have

End the lesson


Ask pupils which classroom they are in next, e.g. room 3.
Ask them Why are you going to (room 3)? Elicit Im going to room
3 to have (maths).
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2 Look and say Lesson 4
Outcomes It is expected that pupils will:
There is some meat
in the fridge.
demonstrate understanding of spoken
words in simple instructions, exchanges
and presentations
participate in simple classroom exchanges
use words and short sentences to
participate in short, simple exchanges
ask questions and give answers in an
appropriate tone of voice
There are some nuts
in the cupboard. use context and visual clues to predict or
identify meaning of unfamiliar words
3 Ask and answer use reading strategies to understand
simple reading material
flour nuts herbs spices onions pepper
yoghurt eggs bananas butter salt
Structures
use and spell correctly learnt vocabulary
Countable and uncountable nouns:
Is there any flour?
Yes, there is. Is there any flour? Yes, there is.
Are there any nuts? No, there arent.
Are there
any nuts? Functions Asking and answering questions
No, there Talking about food
arent. Asking and answering about what is
available
Topic Food
Resources Pupils Book, page 41, Exercise 3, Ask and
answer
Activity Book, page 39, Exercise 5,
41
Complete
Flashcards: butter, flour, herbs, lettuce,
onions, pepper, salt, spices, yoghurt
Activity Book, Page 39, Exercise 4
Ask pupils to open their Activity Books at page 39 and to Revision
read the list of words in the box. Make sure they know all
the words. On the board, write There is some and There are some. Now
Explain that you want them to put each word into the hold up the flashcards for uncountable food, e.g. butter.
table. Choose a pupil to read the examples under There is Pupils say There is some butter. Do the same for countable
some and There are some. food, e.g. herbs. Pupils say There are some herbs. Continue for
each flashcard.
Pupils complete the task in pairs. Go round and offer help
if necessary. Pupils Book, Page 41, Exercise 3
Check answers as a class.
Ask pupils to open their books at page 41.
Ask pupils to look at Exercise 3 and to read the words in
Answers green. Check they pronounce these correctly.
There is some There are some Choose a pair of pupils to read the examples. Explain that
they are going to ask and answer similar questions about
bread. bananas.
each item of food displayed on the table.
coffee. eggs. Pupils work in pairs to complete the task. Go round and
fruit. figs. monitor and check they use the correct intonation. Make a
note of any errors and correct these at the end.
juice. grapes.
Choose pairs of pupils to demonstrate their dialogues to
lamb. olives. the class. Encourage them to use an appropriate tone of
meat. nuts. voice.
milk. oranges.
rice. tomatoes.
water. vegetables.

End the lesson


Ask pupils if they can add any words to the table. Elicit
their ideas and put them on the board.

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Answers Lesson 5
Is there any flour? Yes, there is. Outcomes It is expected that pupils will:
Are there any nuts? No, there arent.
Are there any herbs? Yes, there are.
demonstrate understanding of spoken
words in simple instructions, exchanges
and presentations
Are there any spices? Yes, there are.
Are there any onions? Yes, there are. participate in simple classroom exchanges
use words and short sentences to
Is there any pepper? No, there isnt. participate in short, simple exchanges
Is there any yoghurt? Yes, there is. use context and visual clues to predict or
identify meaning of unfamiliar words
Are there any eggs? No, there arent.
Are there any bananas? Yes, there are. use reading strategies to understand
simple reading material a descriptive
Is there any butter? Yes, there is. paragraph
Is there any salt? Yes, there is. write simple sentences to answer
questions on familiar topics
Structures Countable and uncountable nouns:
Activity Book, Page 39, Exercise 5 On top of the rice and the bread, there is some
Ask pupils to look at Exercise 5. Ask them to describe meat, some sauce and some nuts.
the pictures. Explain that they are going to complete the
sentences using the words from the box. Functions Talking about purpose
Pupils complete the task individually. They can compare Expressing likes about food
answers in pairs. Saying what you are going to buy
Check answers as a class. Vocabulary mansaf, plate, sauce
Topic Food
Answers
1. A: Is there any sugar in the coffee? Resources Pupils Book, page 42, Exercise 4, Read
B: Yes, there is some sugar in the coffee. and match
2. A: Are there any olives in the salad? Activity Book, page 40, Exercise 6, Read
B: Yes, there are. There are some tomatoes, too. and answer
3. A: Is there any fruit on the table? Activity Book, page 40, Exercise 7, Read
B: No, there isnt any fruit on the table. and answer
4. A: Are there any eggs in the box? Flashcards: butter, flour, herbs, onions,
B: No, there arent. There arent any eggs. plate, pepper, salt, sauce, spices, yoghurt
5. A: Is there any butter on the bread?
B: Yes, there is.
Revision
Revise food using the flashcards.
Classroom assessment Hold up a flashcard and elicit questions from the pupils.
With reference to Lessons 3 and 4, pupils can: For example, hold up the flashcard for butter. Pupils say Is
Scoring criteria Good Fair Poor there any butter? Do the same for onions and pupils say Are
there any onions? Continue with each flashcard.
participate in simple classroom
exchanges Presentation
use words and short sentences to Use the flashcards to present plate and sauce. Ask What do
describe a familiar situation
you put on a plate? (Food.) What do you put sauce on? (Food,
use words and short sentences to mansaf, etc.)
participate in short, simple exchanges
ask questions and give answers in an Pupils Book, Page 42, Exercise 4
appropriate tone of voice Ask pupils to open their Pupils Books at page 42. Ask
use context and visual clues to predict or them to describe what they can see in the picture (mansaf).
identify meaning of unfamiliar words Ask if they know what you put in mansaf.
use reading strategies to understand Explain that they are going to read about mansaf, and then
simple reading material match the two halves of each sentence below the text. Ask
use and spell correctly learnt vocabulary a pupil to read the example sentence.
Give them time to read the text. Go round and help them
End the lesson with any queries or problems.
Pupils can complete the task individually and compare
Ask a few questions about items in the classroom, e.g. Are answers in pairs.
there any books in the cupboard? Is there any fruit on my desk?
Choose pupils to read the completed sentences to check
Pupils answer Yes, there are./No, there isnt., etc.
their answers.

Answers
1. e 2. d 3. a 4. b 5. c

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Activity Book, Page 40, Exercise 7
4 Read and match
Ask pupils to look at Exercise 7 and to describe what they
can see (cakes).
Mansaf is a very special meal in Choose pupils to read the four questions. (Note that not
Jordan. People eat mansaf on special all the questions and their replies have to be either wh- or
days. They also eat mansaf when
yes and no patterns.)
family and friends visit.
In mansaf, there is bread, rice, meat,
In pairs, pupils now ask and answer the questions, giving
sauce and nuts. People usually eat their own opinions. Go round and monitor their work.
mansaf from one big plate on the Help them if necessary.
table. At the bottom of the plate, there Choose pairs of pupils to demonstrate their dialogues to
is some bread. On top of the bread
there is some rice. On top of the rice
the class at the end.
and the bread, there is some meat,
some sauce and some nuts.
Suggested answers
People enjoy eating mansaf together.
The meal is delicious! 1. My favourite cake is (apple) cake.
2. Yes, there is.
3. No, there arent.
1 Mansaf is a very a rice, meat, sauce and nuts.
2 People make mansaf b from one big plate.
4. Yes, I can.
3 In mansaf, there is bread, c they enjoy it.
4 People at a meal usually d to eat on special days.
eat mansaf e special meal in Jordan. End the lesson
5 When people eat mansaf
together, Ask pupils what their favourite dish is. Do they know what
Mansaf is a very special is in the dish? Can they make it? Pupils answer.
meal in Jordan.

Lesson 6
Outcomes It is expected that pupils will:

42
recognise the sound of some consonants
use clues (pictures) to understand new or
unfamiliar words when listening

Further practice
use words and short sentences to
participate in short, simple exchanges
Say sentences that contain mistakes. Pupils correct the with a partner, prepare and present a
short, simple dialogue to the class
mistakes, for example:
People eat mansaf every day. (No, people eat mansaf on speak clearly with a reasonable speed and
volume

special days.)
In mansaf, there is bread, rice, meat, sauce and eggs. (No, in demonstrate understanding of simple
informational material

mansaf, there is bread, rice, meat, sauce and nuts.)
People usually eat mansaf from a small plate on the table. use and spell correctly learnt vocabulary
write a short paragraph having words as
(No, people usually eat mansaf from a big plate on the prompts
table.)
Structures The infinitive of purpose:
At the bottom of the plate there is some meat. (No, at the
Im going to go to the market to buy some salt.

bottom of the plate there is some bread.)


On top of the rice and the bread, there is some yoghurt. (No, Functions Talking about purpose
on top of the rice and the bread, there is some meat, some Talking about food
sauce and some nuts). Sharing information about oneself
People enjoy eating the mansaf in different rooms. (No, Food

people enjoy eating mansaf together.)


Topic
Resources Pupils Book, page 43, Exercise 5, Listen
Activity Book, Page 40, Exercise 6 and say
Ask pupils to open their Activity Books at page 40. Ask Pupils Book, page 43, Exercise 6, Listen
them to describe the pictures. and tick
Give pupils time to read the text and to answer the Pupils Book, page 43, Exercise 7, Look
questions 1 to 5. and say
Pupils can check answers with their partners.
Activity Book, page 41, Exercise 8, Point
and say
Check answers as a class.
Activity Book, page 41, Exercise 9, Listen,

point and repeat


Answers Activity Book, page 41, Exercise 10,
1. She went to the market. Complete
2. She bought some flour, some butter, some nuts and Audio, Pupils Book, Unit 10, Exercise 5
some honey. Audio, Pupils Book, Unit 10, Exercise 6
3. She made some baklava. Audio, Activity Book, Unit 10, Exercise 9
4. It was for her grandfather.
5. Yes, he did.

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Revision Pupils Book, Page 43, Exercise 6
Ask pupils if they like mansaf. Ask pupils to tell you what Ask pupils what you can buy in a market and write their
is in mansaf and elicit There is some bread. There is some rice. ideas on the board.
There is some meat, some sauce and some nuts. Ask pupils to look at Exercise 6 and to name the things in
Say to pupils In a minute, you are going to open your books. Why? the pictures (bananas, flour, herbs, onions, pepper, salt,
Elicit suitable answers that use the infinitive of purpose: Im spices).
going to open my book to learn English/to read the exercise/to look Explain that they are going to hear people saying what they
at the pictures. are going to buy in the market. Pupils are going to listen
and tick the pictures they hear mentioned.
Pupils Book, Page 43, Exercise 5 Play the first sentence and check pupils tick the picture
Ask pupils to open their books at page 43 and to look at showing salt.
the pictures. Explain that they are going to hear words with Now play the rest of the recording.
the /b/ sound. Pupils can compare answers in pairs.
Play the recording. Pupils repeat the sound and the words Check answers as a class. Play the recording a second time
as a class. Invite individuals to say the words. if necessary.
Point out the different spellings of the /b/sound in these
words. The p in cupboard is silent.
Audioscript
Audioscript 1. Im going to go to the market to buy some salt.
2. Im going to go to the market to buy some pepper.
/b/, /b/: butter, rubber, cupboard 3. Im going to go to the market to buy some flour.
4. Im going to go to the market to buy some herbs.

5 Listen and say


Answers
Flour
Herbs
Pepper
Salt
butter rubber cupboard

6 Listen and tick


Pupils Book, Page 43, Exercise 7
Ask pupils to look at Exercise 7. Choose a pair of pupils to
read the example sentences.
Explain that pupils are going to take it in turns to make
sentences about each item pictured in Exercise 6, using the
examples as a model.
Pupils work in pairs. Go round and monitor their work.
Make a note of any errors and correct these at the end.
Ask a few pairs to demonstrate their sentences to the class.
Guide them to speak clearly with a reasonable speed and
volume.
7 Look and say

Suggested answers
Im going to go to the market to buy some bananas.
Im going to go to the market to buy some flour.
Im going to go to the
market to buy some salt. Im going to go to the market to buy some herbs.
Im going to go to the Im going to go to the market to buy some onions.
market to buy some pepper.
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Im going to go to the market to buy some pepper.
Im going to go to the market to buy some salt.
Im going to go to the market to buy some spices.

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Activity Book, Page 41, Exercise 8 Classroom assessment
Ask pupils to open their Activity Books at page 41. With reference to Unit 10, pupils can:
Choose pupils to say the words in the box. Make sure they Scoring criteria Good Fair Poor
pronounce them correctly. demonstrate understanding of spoken
Explain the task. Pupils say what there is and what there words in simple instructions, exchanges
is not in the fridge. Choose a pair of pupils to read the and presentations
example. participate in simple classroom
Pupils work in pairs to complete the task. exchanges
Check answers as a class. ask questions and give answers in an
appropriate tone of voice
Answers use words and short sentences to
participate in short, simple exchanges
There are some eggs in the fridge.
demonstrate understanding of simple
There are some grapes in the fridge. informational material
Theres some meat in the fridge. write simple sentences to answer
Theres some milk in the fridge. questions on familiar topics
Theres some yoghurt in the fridge. write a short paragraph having words as
There arent any apples in the fridge. prompts
There isnt any bread in the fridge.
End the lesson
There isnt any butter in the fridge.
Ask pupils to tell you what their favourite food is. Ask
There arent any herbs in the fridge.
them where they can buy it. Ask if they have some in their
There arent any onions in the fridge. kitchen.
There isnt any orange juice in the fridge.

Activity Book, Page 41, Exercise 9


Ask pupils to look at the words in Exercise 9. Play the
recording. Pupils listen, point and repeat.
Play the recording again, pausing after each word. Get
individuals to point and repeat.
Ask pupils to read the words aloud. Check they can
pronounce each word correctly. If they need more practice,
play the recording again and get them to repeat.

Audioscript and answers


/b/, /b/:
butter
bread
bakers
rubber
cupboard
table
goodbye
football
baby

Activity Book, Page 41, Exercise 10


Pupils say what they can see in the picture below (a fridge
with some yoghurt, some butter and some eggs). Explain
that they are going to write about the food in the picture
and practise writing the words yoghurt, eggs, and butter and
complete the paragraph starting with the phrase In the
fridge, there is some/are some...
Go round and check they are writing neatly and correctly
giving help when necessary.
Explain the difference between the countable noun eggs
and the uncountable nouns yoghurt and butter stressing that
There is some... is used with uncountable nouns and There
are some... is used with countable plural nouns.

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Unit
The meal tastes delicious!
Present the senses. Ask pupils to touch something and ask
Lesson 1

Does it feel hot or cold? Do this with several objects, asking


the same question each time, e.g. a window, metal, a
Outcomes It is expected that pupils will: book, the desk.
use clues (pictures, flashcards) to
understand new or unfamiliar words
Draw a face on the board, then use the flashcards to
present smell and taste. Ask pupils to point to the parts on
when listening the face where you can smell and taste.
pronounce short, simple English words
correctly
Revise meat and plate with the flashcards. Present saucepan
with the flashcard and frying pan with the wallchart.
respond to questions before, during and
after listening
Ask pupils What tastes good? Pupils answer with their own


ideas, e.g. ice cream. Now ask What smells good? Again, pupils
participate in simple classroom answer with their own ideas, e.g. bread.
exchanges
demonstrating recognition of word
formation
Point to the ears on the face and ask What sounds good? and
elicit, e.g. music.

use print or electronic bilingual


dictionaries to help understand
Now use the flashcards to present serve and bowl. Ask pupils
Where do people serve mansaf? Elicit They serve it in a restaurant/
caf. Ask What comes in a bowl? and elicit, e.g. yoghurt, ice
unfamiliar words in reading materials cream.
Structures Imperatives with adverbs of order: Present mix. Mime the action. Ask pupils what you can mix.
First, cut the onions. Then, cook some onions in Accept any reasonable answer. Present cut using mime.
a frying pan. Next, mix the white onions with the See if pupils understand the word noisy from context. Say
lentils and the rice. Finally, serve the meal on a What sounds noisy? Pupils answer, e.g. a plane. Point to all
big plate. pupils in the class and say everyone. Ask pupils to repeat the
Sense verbs with adjectives: word.
That smells good! It looks beautiful! It tastes Ask them to look up the meaning of the new words in a
delicious! bilingual dictionary.
Functions Giving and following instructions
Sequencing events Pupils Book, Page 44, Exercise 1
Describing how things sound, smell, taste, Ask pupils to open their books at page 44. Then ask them
look and feel to describe the pictures. Ask Where are they? (Theyre in the
Vocabulary bowl, cut (v), everyone, feel (v), finally, first kitchen.) What are they doing in picture 1? (Theyre cooking.)
(adv), frying pan, mix (v), next (adv), noisy, What are they doing in picture 4? (Theyre eating.)
plate, saucepan, serve, smell (v), sound (v), Say Listen and read the story. Then, tell me, what feels hot?
taste (v), then (adv) Play the recording. Pupils listen and read. Then ask the
question again and elicit the answer. (The plate feels hot.)
Topic Food and cooking
Play the recording again. Pause after each sentence for
Resources Pupils Book, page 44, Exercise 1, Listen the pupils to repeat as a class, and then ask individuals to
and read repeat. Make sure pupils pronounce the words and phrases
Audio, Pupils Book, Unit 11, Exercise 1 correctly.
Flashcards: bowl, meat, smell, taste, On the board, write First, Then, Next, Finally.
plate, serve, saucepan Ask pupils What is Mum going to make? (mujaddara.) What
Wallchart: Food and drink; The kitchen and do you do first? (Cut and cook some onions.) And then? (Wash
cooking and cook the lentils.) And then? (Put the rice and spices in the
saucepan.) And next? (Mix the white onions with the lentils and the
Revision rice. Put the brown onions on top of the lentils and the rice.) And
finally? (Serve the meal on a big plate with a bowl of yoghurt and
Write There is some and There are some on the board. some salad.)
Now ask pupils to look at the wallchart Food and drink. Ask
pupils to make sentences with the words, for example:
There is some flour. There are some onions.

Presentation
Write First, Then, Next, Finally on the board. Ask three or
four pupils to come to the front. Explain that you are going
to ask them to do four things. They need to listen to your
instructions before they do them. Then say First, put your
arms up. Then, put your arms down. Next, walk. Finally, stop and
sit down. Repeat the instructions, then see if pupils can
remember what to do.
Praise the pupils, then ask another three or four pupils to
do the same. You can change the instructions if you wish,
but include First, Then, Next and Finally so pupils understand
these sequencers.
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Unit Lesson 2
11 The meal tastes delicious!
Outcomes It is expected that pupils will:
1
1
Listen and read 2 demonstrate understanding of spoken
words in simple instructions, exchanges
and presentations
ask questions and give answers in an
appropriate tone of voice
use words and short sentences to
participate in short, simple exchanges
use print or electronic bilingual
dictionaries to help understand
unfamiliar words in reading material
Mum: Im going to show you how to
make mujaddara. First, cut the onions.
Mum: Then, wash the lentils. Cook the lentils
in water with salt and pepper. Then, put the
rice and spices in the saucepan.
use context and visual clues to predict or
identify meaning of unfamiliar words

Then, cook some onions in a frying pan.
Samira: Does this take a long time?
Kareem: I can hear the water in the
saucepan. It sounds noisy.
use reading strategies to understand
Mum: No, it doesnt. The onions taste
delicious!
Samira: That smells good! simple reading material
3 Structures Imperatives with adverbs of order:
First, put some bananas in a bowl. Then, mix
them with flour and sugar. Next, add some butter
4
and eggs. Finally, put it in the cooker and bake it.
Sense verbs with adjectives:
It smells very good. It looks nice, too. It tastes
delicious.
Functions Giving and following instructions
Mum: Next, mix the white onions with
Mum: Finally, serve the meal on a big plate Sequencing events
with a bowl of yoghurt and some salad.
the lentils and the rice. Put the brown
Grandma: It looks beautiful!
Describing how things sound, smell, taste,
onions on top of the lentils and the rice.
The plate feels hot! Grandpa: It tastes delicious! look and feel
44 Mum: Thank you, everyone!

Topic Food and cooking

Audioscript Resources Pupils Book, page 44, Exercise 1, Listen


1. and read
Mum: Im going to show you how to make
Activity Book, page 42, Exercise 1, Read
mujaddara. First, cut the onions. Then, cook and order the pictures
some onions in a frying pan. Audio, Pupils Book, Unit 11, Exercise 1
Samira: Does this take a long time? Flashcards: bowl, serve, smell, taste
Mum: No, it doesnt. The onions taste delicious!
2.
Mum: Then, wash the lentils. Cook the lentils in Revision
water with salt and pepper. Then, put the rice Write smell, taste, look, sound on the board. Ask pupils What
and spices in the saucepan. smells good? Elicit answers, e.g. bread, flowers. Then ask What
Kareem: I can hear the water in the saucepan. It tastes cold? Pupils answer, e.g. ice cream. Ask What looks nice?
sounds noisy. Pupils answer, e.g. a beach. Finally, ask What sounds noisy?
Samira: That smells good! Pupils answer, e.g. a plane.
3.
Mum: Next, mix the white onions with the lentils Pupils Book, Page 44, Exercise 1
and the rice. Put the brown onions on top of
the lentils and the rice. The plate feels hot! Ask pupils to open their books at page 44. Ask them what
4. they can remember about the story.
Mum: Finally, serve the meal on a big plate with a Play the recording to the class again.
bowl of yoghurt and some salad. Ask questions, for example:
Grandma: It looks beautiful! for picture 1: Is Mum cooking onions? (Yes, she is.) What tastes
Grandpa: It tastes delicious!
Mum: Thank you, everyone! delicious? (The onions.)
for picture 2: Does she cook the lentils in yoghurt with salt and
pepper? (No, she cooks the lentils in water with salt and pepper.)
End the lesson What sounds noisy? (The water.) How does it smell? (It smells
Ask pupils Does mansaf taste delicious? Pupils answer. good!)
for picture 3: Does she mix the brown onions with the lentils and
the rice? (No, she mixes the white onions with the lentils and the
rice.) Where does she put the brown onions? (She puts them on top
of the lentils and the rice.) Does the plate feel hot? (Yes, it does.)
for picture 4: What does she serve the meal on? (She serves it on a
big plate.) Does it look beautiful? (Yes, it does.) How does it taste?
(It tastes delicious!)
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Divide the class into groups of five to act the parts of Revision
Mum, Samira, Kareem, Grandma and Grandpa. Pupils
read the story. Go round and monitor. Ask pupils to look at the wallcharts Food and drink and
The kitchen and cooking. Ask them what they need to make
Choose groups of pupils to read the story in front of the mujaddara. Pupils answer (onions, salt and pepper, spices). They
class. Guide them to use an appropriate tone of voice. may add words not on the wallcharts, e.g. rice.
Revise serve using the flashcard, then revise bowl. Ask Can
Activity Book, Page 42, Exercise 1 you cook a cake in a bowl? (No.) Mime mixing and say Can you
mix eggs and milk in a bowl? (Yes.)
Ask pupils to look at page 42 of their Activity Books. Ask
pupils to say what they can see in the pictures. On the board, write cake, meat and sauce, onions, mujaddara on
a plate.
Explain that they are going to read a conversation. The
pictures for the conversation are not in the correct order. Now write below these the verbs make, mix, cook, serve. Ask
pupils What can you make? Pupils answer You can make a cake.
Pupils need to decide on the correct order and label the Then ask What can you mix? Pupils answer You can mix meat
pictures ag. and sauce. Ask What can you cook? (You can cook onions.) Finally,
Ask pupils to work in pairs or groups of three. Encourage ask What can you serve? (You can serve mujaddara on a plate.)
them to read the dialogue aloud. Go round and monitor
and help the pupils with any problems. Pupils Book, Page 45, Exercise 2
Choose groups of pupils to read the dialogue aloud. Ask pupils to open their books at page 45. Ask them to
Check answers as a class. describe the pictures.
Now ask them to read the verbs in red and the gapped
Answers sentences. See if pupils can complete the sentences with
the verbs in their notebooks.
1. c 2. a 3. e 4. d 5. b 6. g 7. f
Play the recording. Pupils check their answers or complete
the gaps with the correct words. They can compare
answers in pairs.
Further practice Check answers as a class.
Ask questions: What sounds funny? (Banana bread.) Which is
Aunt Lailas favourite dessert? (Banana bread.) What do you mix Audioscript
with the bananas? (Flour and sugar.) Does Ziad like nuts? (Yes, he 1. First, cut and cook the onions.
does.) How does it smell? (It smells very good.) Does it look nice? 2. Then, wash the lentils. Cook them in water with salt
(Yes, it does.) How does it taste? (Delicious.) and pepper. Cook the rice with the spices.
3. Next, put the brown onions on top of the lentils and
End the lesson the rice.
4. Finally, serve the meal on a big plate with yoghurt and
Ask pupils What is your favourite cake? Ask if they know how some salad.
to make it.

Lesson 3 Answers
Outcomes 1. cut, cook 2. wash 3. put 4. serve
It is expected that pupils will:
follow simple oral instructions
demonstrate understanding of spoken
words in simple instructions, exchanges 2 Listen, complete and say
The meal tastes delicious!
and presentations serve cook cut put wash

participate in simple classroom


exchanges
1 2

First, cut and

demonstrate understanding of simple


informational material
cook the onions.

Structures
use and spell correctly learnt vocabulary
Imperatives with adverbs of order:
3 4

First, cut and cook the onions. Then, wash the


lentils. 1 First, and the onions.
2 Then, the lentils. Cook them in water with salt and pepper.
Functions Giving and following instructions Cook the rice with the spices.
Sequencing events 3 Next, the brown onions on top of the lentils and the rice.
4 Finally, the meal on a big plate with yoghurt and some salad.
Topic Food and cooking
3 Look and say
Resources Pupils Book, page 45, Exercise 2, Listen, 1 2 3

complete and say


Activity Book, page 42, Exercise 2, Look,
listen and complete
Audio, Pupils Book, Unit 11, Exercise 2
Audio, Activity Book, Unit 11, Exercise 2
Flashcards: bowl, serve
Wallchart: Food and drink; The kitchen and 4
cooking

First, cut the banana


Unit 11 and put it in a big bowl.
45

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Activity Book, Page 42, Exercise 2 Revision
Ask pupils to open their Activity Books at page 42. Write mujaddara on the board.
Before they listen, get pupils to read the sentences. Choose Ask pupils if they can remember what you put in this dish.
a pupil to read the example sentence. Elicit from pupils how to make the dish. Pupils can refer to
Play the recording. Pupils circle the correct words to Exercise 1 if necessary.
complete the sentences. They can compare answers with
their partners. Pupils Book, Page 45, Exercise 3
Play the recording again if necessary. Ask pupils to open their books at page 45. Ask them to
Check answers as a class. Ask the pupils what they have describe each picture. What can they see in the bowl?
added to the words in numbers 1, 3 and 4. Make sure (bananas, milk, ice cream)
that pupils are aware that some words need to double the Explain that they are going to say the instructions for how
consonant before they add y (e.g. funny, sunny), while other to make the drink in picture 4. Write the following words
words, such as noise, drop the final e before adding y. on the board as prompts: cut, put, mix, serve. Choose a pupil
to read the example sentence for picture 1.
Audioscript Pupils complete the task in pairs. Go round and monitor
1. Its a beautiful, sunny day. their work and help them if necessary. Remind them to
2. We got very wet in the rain. use sequencers First, Then, Next, Finally. Write these on the
3. The wind is very noisy. board if necessary.
4. The clown in the television programme is very funny. Make a note of any errors and go over these at the end.
Check answers as a class. Choose different pupils to read
out an instruction for each picture. Encourage them to
Answers speak clearly with a reasonable speed and volume.
1. sunny
2. rain Suggested answers
3. wind, noisy 1. First, cut the banana and put it in a big bowl.
4. funny 2. Then, put some ice cream and some milk in the bowl.
3. Next, mix them all together.
4. Finally, serve the drink in a glass.
End the lesson
Ask pupils what the weather is like today: sunny, windy or
rainy? Activity Book, Page 43, Exercise 3
Ask pupils to open their Activity Books at page 43.
Lesson 4 First, pupils look at the pictures and attempt to complete
the instructions for making the dish (for a simple
Outcomes omelette). Pupils use the words in the word box.
It is expected that pupils will:
demonstrate understanding of spoken
words in simple instructions, exchanges


Play the audio. Pupils check their answers.
Pupils can then read the dialogue together in pairs.
and presentations
prepare a presentation for completing a
simple task
Audioscript


Were going to make our lunch.
describe the process for completing a First, mix the eggs and the milk in a bowl.
simple task making a drink Then, cook them.
speak clearly with a reasonable speed
and volume
Next, put some cheese in the saucepan.
Finally, serve on a plate.
demonstrate understanding of simple
informational material
use and spell correctly learnt vocabulary Answers
mix cook put serve
Structures Imperatives with adverbs of order:
First, cut the banana and put it in a big bowl.
Next, mix them all together.
Activity Book, Page 43, Exercise 4
Functions Giving and following instructions
Sequencing events Ask pupils to open their Activity Books at page 43. Choose
a pupil to read the example sentence.
Topic Food and cooking Pupils complete the task in pairs.
Resources Pupils Book, page 45, Exercise 3, Look Check answers as a class.
and say
Activity Book, page 43, Exercise 3, Look,
read and complete. Listen and check
Activity Book, page 43, Exercise 4, Read
and circle
Audio, Activity Book, Unit 11, Exercise 3

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Presentation
Answers
Explain that all the items on the wallchart are items of
1. Serve food, or things that are used with food. Write food on the
2. Mix board and get pupils to repeat.
3. Put Ask pupils Who works on a farm? Present farmer. Get pupils to
4. Put repeat.
5. Make Present keep. Ask pupils What do farmers keep?
Present potato and revise tomato with the flashcards.
End the lesson
Ask pupils what other things you can make. Write their Pupils Book, Page 46, Exercise 4
ideas on the board. Ask pupils to open their Pupils Books at page 46 and to
describe the picture. Explain that they are going to read
about farms and farming. Before pupils read the text, ask
Lesson 5 them to read the questions.
Give pupils time to read the text. Go round and help them
Outcomes

It is expected that pupils will: with any problems.
follow simple oral instructions
participate in simple classroom
Pupils work in pairs to ask and answer the questions. For
question 7 they write their own answers and give reasons in
exchanges

an appropriate tone of voice.
ask questions and give answers in an
Check answers as a class.
appropriate tone of voice
use reading strategies to understand
simple reading material Answers

express an opinion based on information


from a written source
1. Most of our food comes from plants and animals.
2. They grow plants and keep animals to give us food.
use and spell correctly learnt vocabulary
complete simple sentences to answer
3. No, meat comes from animals.
4. Eggs come from chickens.
questions on familiar topics 5. You can see tomatoes, potatoes and onions.
6. The olive trees grow on the sides of the mountains.
Structures Revision of present simple: 7. Suggested answer: Yes, because it is good and healthy
Most of the food we eat comes from plants or food.
animals.

Functions Talking about food and where it comes


from 4 Read and answer
Acquiring appreciation of sources of food Most of the food we eat comes
from plants or animals. Farmers
grow plants and keep animals to
Vocabulary farmer, keep, potato, tomato give us food. Meat comes from
animals. Chickens give us meat
and eggs. Vegetables come from
Topic Food and farming plants.
Farmers in the Jordan Valley
Resources Pupils Book, page 46, Exercise 4, Read grow vegetables. In the Jordan
Valley, there are tomatoes,
and answer potatoes and onions. Fruit
Activity Book, page 44, Exercise 5, Read grows in the Jordan Valley, too.
Oranges and bananas grow on
and choose the trees.
Activity Book, page 44, Exercise 6, Read In the north of Jordan, some
farmers grow olives. Olive
and answer trees grow on the sides of the
Wallchart: Food and drink mountains.
Flashcards: potato, tomato
1 Where does most of our food come from?
2 Why do farmers grow plants and keep animals?
Revision 3 Does meat come from a plant?
4 Where do eggs come from?
Revise butter, flour, meat, onions, yoghurt using the wallchart 5 Which vegetables can you see on farms in the Jordan Valley?
Food and drink. 6 Where do the olive trees grow?
Now write animal and plant on the board. Ask Does butter 7 Is it better to eat food from Jordan?

come from an animal or a plant? (An animal.) Does flour come Where does most of
from an animal or a plant? (A plant.) Do the same for meat, our food come from?

onions, yoghurt.
Write farm on the board and ask pupils what animals you
can see on a farm. Write their ideas on the board, e.g.
chicken, goat.
Now ask what fruits you can see on a farm. Write their Most of our food comes
ideas on the board, e.g. oranges, bananas. 46
from plants and animals.

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Activity Book, Page 44, Exercise 5
Lesson 6
Ask pupils to open their Activity Books at page 44. Ask
them to describe the pictures.
Outcomes It is expected that pupils will:
Explain that they are going to read a description written by
a boy who lives on a farm. They are going to read the text
and match it to the correct picture.
recognise the sound of some vowels
use clues (pictures) to understand new
or unfamiliar words when listening
Give them time to read the text. Go round and answer any
questions. use words and short sentences to
participate in short, simple exchanges

Pupils can compare answers in pairs.


Check answers as a class. Ask how they got their answer.
(Picture 2 has goats.)
ask questions and give answers with an
appropriate speed, volume and tone of
voice

Answers
with a partner, prepare and present a
short, simple dialogue to the class
Picture 2 sing a song after listening to a recording
demonstrate understanding of simple
informational material
Activity Book, Page 44, Exercise 6
Pupils answer the questions about the text in Exercise 5.
use and spell correctly learnt vocabulary
write a short paragraph having a phrase
Pupils can compare answers in pairs. and words as a prompt
Check answers as a class.
Structures To write simple sentences on familiar
Answers topics.
Sense verbs with adjectives:
1. He lives on a farm in Jordan.
What tastes delicious? Mujaddara tastes
2. He is a farmer.
delicious!
3. They grow lentils and tomatoes.
4. Yes, they grow oranges. Functions Describing how things sound, smell, taste,
5. They sell vegetables, fruit, meat and eggs. look and feel
6. She makes yoghurt. Showing appreciation of listening to and
singing a song
End the lesson Topic Food and cooking
Write farmer on the board. Ask pupils what other jobs they
can name that end in -er, e.g. firefighter, teacher. Resources Pupils Book, page 47, Exercise 5, Listen
and say
Pupils Book, page 47, Exercise 6, Ask
and answer
Pupils Book, page 47, Exercise 7, Sing
Activity Book, page 45, Exercise 7, Listen,
point and repeat
Activity Book, page 45, Exercise 8,
Complete
Activity Book, page 45, Exercise 9,
Complete
Audio, Pupils Book, Unit 11, Exercise 5
Audio, Pupils Book, Unit 11, Exercise 7
Audio, Activity Book, Unit 11, Exercise 7
Wallchart: Food and drink
Extra Practice Worksheet 4, page 169

Revision
Use the wallchart Food and drink to revise food.
Now ask: What comes from goats? (meat, milk) What comes from
chickens? (meat, eggs) What can you make from milk? (butter,
yoghurt)
Revise the senses. Draw a face on the board. Point to the
mouth and revise (taste). Do the same with the eyes and
revise (look). Then do the same with the ears (sound) and
the nose (smell). Touch something with your hands and
revise (feel).
Pupils Book, Page 47, Exercise 5
Ask pupils to open their books at page 47 and to look at
the pictures. Explain that they are going to hear words with
the /u/ sound.
Play the recording. Pupils repeat the sound and the words
as a class. Invite individuals to say the words.
Point out the different spellings of the /u/ sound in these Unit 11
words. 97
Pupils Book, Page 47, Exercise 7
Audioscript
Ask pupils to look at Exercise 7. Ask them to read the
/u/, /u/: food, blue, June words of the song to themselves. They can ask you if there
are any words they do not understand.
Further practice Play the recording of the song to the class. Check that
pupils are following the words correctly.
Make copies of Extra practice worksheet 4, page 169.
Pupils complete the sentences with appropriate sense Play the first verse again and ask the pupils to sing along.
adjectives. Encourage pupils to draw two further pictures Do the same with the second verse.
and to write their own sentences. Divide the class into two parts. One group practises and
Ask pupils if they can say any other words with the sings the first verse; the other group practises and sings the
/u/ sound. Write their ideas on the board, e.g. afternoon, second verse.
balloon, bathroom, zoo. The pupils in each group sing their verse to the class.

Pupils Book, Page 47, Exercise 6 Audioscript


Ask pupils to look at Exercise 6 and to read the words in Mum, can we help you cook?
red. Yes, you can, Kareem. Listen and look!
Choose a pair of pupils to read the example question and
answer. Then elicit a similar question and answer from Cut some onions, one, two, three.
other pupils. Cook them in a frying pan.
Pupils complete the task in pairs. They can answer with They smell delicious, can you see?
more than one suggestion. Go round and monitor their
work and offer help where necessary. Look, lets wash the lentils and the rice.
Choose pairs to demonstrate their dialogues to the class to And cook them in a saucepan.
check their answers. Encourage them to use an appropriate Put the onions on top; it looks very nice!
speed, volume and tone of voice.

Suggested answers Children, this is your favourite food!


Yes, it is Mum. Then, lets have fruit!
What tastes delicious? Mujaddara/Ice cream tastes
delicious.
What looks beautiful? A beach/That picture looks Activity Book, Page 45, Exercise 7
beautiful. Ask pupils to look at the words in Exercise 7 on page 45 of
What sounds noisy? A plane/train sounds noisy. their Activity Books.
What feels hot? A plate/The sun feels hot. Explain that you are going to play a recording and repeat.
The pupils must listen and point to the /u/ sound in each
What smells good? A cake/Bread smells good.
word.
Play the recording. Pupils can compare answers in pairs.
5 Listen and say
Play the recording again. Check answers as a class.

Audioscript
balloon
juice
food blue June moon
ruler
6 Ask and answer
shoe
toothbrush
tastes delicious
looks beautiful
What tastes delicious? two
sounds noisy zoo
feels hot
smells good

Answers
Mu addara
tastes delicious! balloon
juice
7 Sing
moon
Mum, can we help you cook?
Yes, you can, Kareem. Listen and look!
ruler
Cut some onions, one, two, three. shoe
Cook them in a frying pan.
They smell delicious, can you see?
toothbrush
Look, lets wash the lentils and the rice. two
And cook them in a saucepan.
Put the onions on top; it looks very nice!
zoo
Children, this is your favourite food!
Yes, it is Mum. Then, lets have fruit!

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Activity Book, Page 45, Exercise 8 Classroom assessment
Ask pupils to look at Exercise 8. Choose a pupil to read the With reference to Unit 11, pupils can:
words in the box and the example. Scoring criteria Good Fair Poor
Pupils complete the task individually, then compare demonstrate understanding of spoken
answers in pairs. words in simple instructions, exchanges
Check answers as a class. and presentations
participate in simple classroom
Answers exchanges
1. looks; smells ask questions and give answers in an
2. sounds appropriate tone of voice
3. tastes use words and short sentences to
4. feels participate in short, simple exchanges
use reading strategies to understand
simple reading material
Further practice use context and visual clues to predict or
Ask pupils if they can make more sentences using the identify meaning of unfamiliar words
adjectives, e.g. A plane sounds noisy; Mujaddara tastes delicious. express an opinion based on
information from a written source
Activity Book, Page 45, Exercise 9 use and spell correctly learnt vocabulary
Ask pupils to look at exercise 9. Explain that they are going Write a short paragraph having a
to complete the instructions for making mujaddara or a dish prompt
of their choice.
Pupils complete the task individually. Go round and check End the lesson
they are writing neatly and correctly.
Ask pupils what they learnt about farming. Pupils tell you
Pupils then compare their answers in pairs.
what grows and is produced on a farm.

Classroom assessment Congratulate the pupils on their hard work in Unit 11.
With reference to Lessons 5 and 6, pupils can:
Scoring criteria Good Fair Poor
pronounce short, simple English words
correctly
participate in simple classroom
exchanges
ask questions and give answers in an
appropriate tone of voice
with a partner, prepare and present a
short, simple dialogue to the class
use reading strategies to understand
simple reading material
demonstrate understanding of simple
informational material
complete simple sentences to answer
questions on familiar topics

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Unit Why isHello
Kareem excited?
Now say Im hungry. Why am I hungry? Im hungry because I did
Lesson 1

not eat breakfast. Pupils repeat.


Now say Im excited. Why am I excited? Im excited because Im
Outcomes It is expected that pupils will: going to the beach this Saturday. Pupils repeat. Encourage them
use clues (pictures and flashcards) to
understand new or unfamiliar words
to speak and pronounce words and phrases correctly and
clearly with a reasonable speed and volume.
when listening
pronounce short, simple English words
correctly
Unit

respond to questions before, during and


after listening
12 Why is Kareem excited?

use words and short sentences to


participate in simple classroom exchanges
1 Listen and read


1 2
speak clearly with a reasonable speed and
volume
demonstrate recognition of word
formation
use context and visual clues to predict or
identify meaning of unfamiliar words
distinguish cause and effect in simple
reading material
Kareem: Im doing a project at school
about the Arabian oryx.
Dad: Well, we have a surprise for you and
Samira. Were going to see the Arabian
Samira: Mum, why is Kareem excited?
Mum: Hes excited because were going to
oryx tomorrow. the Shaumari Nature Reserve tomorrow.
Structures Asking and answering questions using Mum: The Arabian oryx is Jordans
Were going to see foxes, eagles, ostriches
and wild cats.
Why? and because: national animal.
Kareem: Were going to see the Arabian
Why is Kareem excited? Hes excited because 3 oryx, too!

were going to Shaumari Nature Reserve tomorrow. 4

Revision of going to with time markers:


Were going to see the Arabian oryx tomorrow.

Functions Asking questions to find out information


Answering questions to explain feelings and
actions
Taking pride in Jordans heritage Dad: Were going to get up at five
oclock.
Samira: Why are we going to get up Samira: Why are you going to climb the
Vocabulary Arabian oryx, because, early (adv), excited, early? tower, Kareem?
national, nature reserve, ostrich, surprise (n), Mum: Were going to get up early Kareem: Im going to climb the tower
because we must arrive early to see the because theres a good view from the top.
view (n), why, wild cat animals. I want to take a nice photo of the Arabian
oryx!
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Topic Jordans heritage


Resources Pupils Book, page 48, Exercise 1, Listen
and read Pupils Book, Page 48, Exercise 1
Audio, Pupils Book, Unit 12, Exercise 1 Ask pupils to open their books at page 48 and to describe
Flashcards: Arabian oryx, nature reserve the pictures. Ask them what animals they can see (Arabian
Wallchart: Animals and nature oryx, eagles, ostriches). Elicit or revise the word tower.
Ask pupils to listen to the recording and read as they listen.
Revision Say Listen and tell me: Why is Kareem going to climb the tower?
Ask pupils to tell you what tastes delicious/feels hot/ Play the recording and elicit the answer to your question.
sounds noisy. Pupils answer. (Hes going to climb the tower because theres a good view from the
Presentation top.)
Play the recording again. Pause after each sentence for the
Use the flashcard to teach nature reserve. Tell pupils that pupils to repeat as a class and individually.
today, they are going to read a story about a visit to a
nature reserve. Ask pupils what animals they might see in a
nature reserve.
Use the wallchart Animals and nature to revise eagle and fox,
and to present ostrich and wild cat. Use the flashcard to
present Arabian oryx.
Present excited. Ask pupils when they feel excited and elicit
some ideas, e.g. I feel excited when I go to the park/to a football
match/to the beach.
Revise why and present because. Write the words on the
board. Say Im tired. Why am I tired? Im tired because I went to
bed at one oclock yesterday. Pupils repeat.
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There are four new words that pupils have not yet met. See

if they can work out the meanings from context. Ask Is the Lesson 2
Arabian oryx special for Jordan or for all countries? (It is special for
Jordan.) So it is a national animal. Get pupils to repeat. Outcomes It is expected that pupils will:
Ask In picture one, does Kareem know that they are going to see the
Arabian oryx? (No.) It is a surprise. Get pupils to repeat.
demonstrate understanding of spoken
words in simple instructions, exchanges
and presentations

Say Look at picture 3. What time are they going to get up? (They
are going to get up at five oclock.) Do they usually get up before or pronounce short, simple English words
after five oclock? (They usually get up after five oclock.) They are correctly
going to get up early. Get pupils to repeat. use words and short sentences to
participate in simple classroom exchanges

Guide pupils to see the cause and effect in the text.
use reading strategies to understand
Ask pupils Do you get up early on Saturdays? Pupils answer.
simple reading material
Say Look at picture 4. Ask What can you see from the top of a
tower? Elicit A good view. Ask, for example: Can you get a good
view from a mountain? (Yes.) Can you get a good view from a
use print or electronic bilingual
dictionaries to help understand new
words in reading materials
tunnel? (No.) Can you get a good view from under your bed? (No.)
Can you get a good view from a window ? (Yes.) distinguish cause and effect in simple
reading material
Structures Asking and answering questions using
Audioscript Why? and because:
1. Why are we going to get up early? Were going to
Kareem: Im doing a project at school about the Arabian get up early because we must arrive early to see the
oryx. animals.
Dad: Well, we have a surprise for you and Samira. Revision of going to with time markers:
Were going to see the Arabian oryx tomorrow. Were going to get up at five oclock.
Mum: The Arabian oryx is Jordans national animal. Asking questions to find out information
2. Functions
Answering questions to explain feelings and
Samira: Mum, why is Kareem excited?
actions
Mum: Hes excited because were going to the
Shaumari Nature Reserve tomorrow. Were Taking pride in Jordans heritage
going to see foxes, eagles, ostriches and wild Topic Jordans heritage
cats.
Kareem: Were going to see the Arabian oryx, too! Resources Pupils Book, page 48, Exercise 1, Listen
3. and read
Dad: Were going to get up at five oclock. Activity Book, page 46, Exercise 1, Look,
Samira: Why are we going to get up early? read and match
Mum: Were going to get up early because we must Audio, Pupils Book, Unit 12, Exercise 1
arrive early to see the animals. Flashcards: Arabian oryx, nature reserve
4. Wallchart: Animals and nature
Samira: Why are you going to climb the tower, Kareem?
Kareem Im going to climb the tower because theres a
good view from the top. I want to take a nice Revision
photo of the Arabian oryx! Show the class the two flashcards Arabian oryx and nature
reserve and say What is it? Pupils reply.
End the lesson Use the wallchart Animals and nature to revise eagle, ostrich,
wild cat.
Ask pupils if they have been to the Shaumari Nature
Reserve, or another nature reserve. Ask pupils if they have Pupils Book, Page 48, Exercise 1
seen Arabian oryxes, foxes, eagles, ostriches or wild cats.
Encourage them to say all they can about them. Ask pupils to open their books at page 48 and to tell you
what they can remember about the story.
Play the recording again.
In groups of four, pupils practise reading the story. When
they have finished, they can swap roles and do it again.
Monitor as they are working and make notes of any
pronunciation mistakes. Go over the mistakes as a class.
Ask questions:
for picture 1: What is Kareem doing at school? (Hes doing a
project about the Arabian oryx.) What is the surprise? (They are
going to see the Arabian oryx tomorrow.) What is the Arabian oryx?
(Its Jordans national animal.)
for picture 2: Is Kareem excited? (Yes, he is.) What are they going
to see at the nature reserve? (They are going to see foxes, eagles,
ostriches, wild cats and the Arabian oryx.)
for picture 3: Are they going to get up early? (Yes, they are.) Why
must they arrive early? (They must arrive early to see the animals.)

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for picture 4: Who is going to climb the tower? (Kareem is going Pupils Book, Page 49, Exercise 2
to climb the tower.) Why is he going to climb the tower? (Hes going Ask pupils to open their Pupils Books at page 49. Ask
to climb the tower because theres a good view from the top.) What them to say what they can see in the pictures. Revise football
is he going to take a photo of? (Hes going to take a photo of the boots, present, bakers and water the plants.
Arabian oryx.) Explain that they are going to hear people asking and
Encourage pupils to identify cause and effect in the text. answering questions about each picture. They need to
Ask them to check the meaning of the new vocabulary listen and match the questions to the pictures.
using a bilingual dictionary. Play the first sentence and ask pupils for the answer
(picture b). Now play the rest of the recording. Check
Activity Book, Page 46, Exercise 1 answers as a class.
Ask pupils to open their Activity Books at page 46 and to
describe the pictures.
Audioscript
Explain that pupils are going to make sentences by joining
the phrases 1 to 5 on the left with the phrases a to e on the 1. Why is Abeer excited?
right, using the word because. Elicit the answer to the first Shes excited because shes going to open a present.
phrase (1 b). 2. Why is Raed carrying water?
Hes carrying water because hes going to water the
Pupils complete the task in pairs. plants.
Check answers as a class. Ask pupils to read the completed 3. Why is Issa wearing his football boots?
sentences. Hes wearing his football boots because hes going to
play football.
Answers 4. Why are Abla and her mum at the bakers?
1. b 2. d 3. c 4. a 5. e They are at the bakers because they are going to buy
bread.
End the lesson
Ask pupils to close their books. Ask them to spell some of
Answers

the words from page 48 of the Pupils book, for example:


nature reserve, surprise, early. You write on the board what 1. b 2. d 3. a 4. c
they say. Other pupils can correct it.

Lesson 3 2
a
Listen and match
b c d

Outcomes It is expected that pupils will:


follow simple oral instructions
demonstrate understanding of spoken
words in simple instructions, exchanges
and presentations
participate in simple classroom exchanges
demonstrate understanding of simple
informational material
write simple sentences to answer
questions on a familiar topic
3
a
Ask and answer
climb the tower b look at a picture

Structures Asking and answering questions using


Why? and because:
Why is Abeer excited? Shes excited because shes
going to open a present. Nada draw the pretty owers

Revision of present continuous tense: Ramzi take a photo Why is Ramzi climbing
the tower?
Amal and Fatima are wearing new clothes c carry a ball
because its Eid. d go to the post ofce
g

Functions Asking questions to find out information


Answering questions to explain feelings and
actions

Topic Jordans heritage Hes climbing the tower


because hes going to
take a photo.
Resources Pupils Book, page 49, Exercise 2, Listen
and match Ziad play basketball
Aishah send a letter
Activity Book, page 47, Exercise 2, Look, 49

read and write


Audio, Pupils Book, Unit 12, Exercise 2

Revision
Ask pupils to look at the story on page 48 of their Pupils
book and ask Why is Kareem excited? Elicit Kareem is excited
because they are going to see the Arabian oryx.
Ask pupils When are you excited? Pupils answer.
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Activity Book, Page 47, Exercise 2 Pupils Book, Page 49, Exercise 3
Ask pupils to open their Activity Books at page 47. Ask Ask pupils to open their books at page 49 and to describe
pupils to describe the pictures. the pictures.
Explain that pupils are going to answer the questions using Explain that they are going to ask a question about each
the words from the box. Choose a pair of pupils to read picture and answer using the word prompts. Choose a pair
the example question and answer. of pupils to read the example.
Pupils complete the task in pairs. Pupils work in pairs to complete the task. Go round and
Choose pairs of pupils to read the completed dialogues to monitor and make sure they ask and answer using the
correct intonation.

check their answers.


Choose pupils to perform their dialogues to the class to
check their answers.
Answers
1. Amal and Fatima are wearing new clothes because its Answers
Eid. a. Why is Ramzi climbing the tower? Hes climbing the
2. Siham is going to the library because she likes reading. tower because hes going to take a photo.
3. Hussein is cold because he isnt wearing a jacket. b. Why is Nada looking at a picture? Shes looking at a
4. The babies are noisy because theyre hungry. picture because shes going to draw the pretty flowers.
5. Dad is going to see the dentist because hes got c. Why is Ziad carrying a ball? Hes carrying a ball
toothache. because hes going to play basketball.
d. Why is Aishah going to the post office? Shes going to
the post office because shes going to send a letter.
End the lesson
Say Im tired. Why am I tired? Elicit possible answers from
Activity Book, Page 47, Exercise 3

the pupils, e.g. You are tired because you did not go to bed early
yesterday. Ask pupils to open their Activity books at page 47. Explain
to pupils that they are going to complete the sentences
Lesson 4
using the word prompts. Ask a pupil to read the example.
Pupils complete the task in pairs.
Outcomes It is expected that pupils will: Check answers as a class.

demonstrate understanding of spoken


words in simple instructions, exchanges Answers
and presentations
with a partner, prepare and present a
short, simple dialogue to the class
1. Honey is nice because its sweet.
2. We wear sun hats in the summer because its hot.

ask questions and give answers in an


appropriate tone of voice
3. Elephants are heavy because theyre big.
4. We speak Arabic because were from Jordan.

demonstrate understanding of simple


informational material
5. We can learn fast because were young.

complete simple sentences on familiar


topics
Classroom assessment
Structures Asking and answering questions using Why? With reference to Lessons 3 and 4, pupils can:
and because: Scoring criteria Good Fair Poor
Why is Ramzi climbing the tower? Hes climbing
the tower because hes going to take a photo. demonstrate understanding of spoken
words in simple instructions, exchanges
and presentations
Functions Asking questions to find out information
Answering questions to explain feelings and participate in simple classroom
actions exchanges
use words and short sentences to
Topic Jordans heritage participate in short, simple exchanges
Resources Pupils Book, page 49, Exercise 3, Ask and use reading strategies to understand
answer simple reading material
Activity Book, page 47, Exercise 3, Read write simple sentences to answer
and complete questions on a familiar topic
complete simple sentences on familiar
Revision topics
Ask pupils to look at the pictures in Exercise 2 on page 49
of their Pupils books. Ask questions about each picture. End the lesson
Pupils answer. Why is Issa wearing his football boots? (Hes Ask pupils what other things are sweet (e.g. cake, ice
wearing his football boots because hes going to play football.) cream).
Why is Abeer excited? (Shes excited because shes going to open
a present.) Why are Abla and her mum at the bakers? (They are
at the bakers because they are going to buy bread.) Why is Raed
carrying water? (Hes carrying water because hes going to water the
plants.)
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Lesson 5
4 Read, match and answer

Outcomes It is expected that pupils will: a b c

follow simple oral instructions


participate in short, simple exchanges
ask questions and give answers in an
appropriate tone of voice
speak clearly with a reasonable speed and
volume d


2 3

use reading strategies to understand This lovely bird is the


Sinai rosefinch. It is
The national
colours of Jordan
simple reading material short descriptive Jordans national are red, black, white
bird. The Sinai
texts and green. The flag


rosefinch is the same of Jordan has these
distinguish cause and effect in simple red colour as our colours and a star
famous city, Petra. with seven points.
reading material

There are a lot of These colours show
use and spell correctly learnt vocabulary these birds in Jordan. the past of our
1 country.
complete simple sentences to answer This is the national
4
questions on familiar topics flower of Jordan. It is
I took this photo from the top of the tower
the beautiful black iris.
We can see it in the at the Shaumari Nature Reserve. The
Structures Asking and answering questions using spring. We dont usually photo shows Jordans national animal,
Why? and because: see this flower in our the Arabian oryx. In the past, people
hunted Arabian oryxes. They are safe now
gardens. It grows in the
Why are Arabian oryxes safe today? They are safe countryside because it because they live at the nature reserve.
now because they live at the nature reserve. likes the soil and the
weather in the wild.

Functions Asking questions to find out information 1 What colours are on the flag of
What colours are on the
flag of Jordan?
Talking about the national symbols of Jordan?
Jordan 2 Why are Arabian oryxes safe today?
3 How are the national bird of Jordan
Showing appreciation of the value of and the city of Petra the same?
Jordanian symbols 4 When can you see the national
flower of Jordan?
Vocabulary hunt (v), iris, rosefinch, point (n), soil, star, 5 Why does the black iris grow in the
country?
wild (n) 6 How can people help birds and
Red, black, white and green
colours are on the flag.
50 animals in Jordan?
Topic Jordans heritage

Resources Pupils Book, page 50, Exercise 4, Read,


match and answer


Pupils Book, Page 50, Exercise 4
Activity Book, page 48, Exercise 4, Read Ask pupils to open their books at page 50. Explain that
and circle they are going to read four texts and they must match them
Activity Book, page 48, Exercise 5, Read to the four pictures.
and answer Before they read, ask them What is the national bird of Jordan?
Flashcards: iris, points, soil Pupils read and answer your question (the Sinai rosefinch).
Pupils then match the pictures to the texts. Check answers
as a class. Check they understand the word wild. Ask Are our
Revision gardens in the wild? Do Arabian oryxes live in towns or in the wild?
Ask pupils What is Jordans national animal? (the Arabian oryx). Pupils answer.
Tell pupils that in this lesson, they are going to hear about Ask pupils to identify the sentences that contain cause and
Jordans national flower. effect.

Presentation Answers
Teach iris using the flashcard. Also present soil using the 1. d 2. b 3. a 4. c
flashcard. Ask Do plants like soil? (Yes, they do.) Show pupils
the picture of the rosefinch on page 50. What do pupils Ask pupils to look at the six questions below the text.
know about this bird? Present the word. Present same by They can read the texts again if necessary to answer. For
showing the pupils two objects that are identical (e.g. two question 6, they write their own ideas.
books or pens.) Present hunt. In pairs, pupils ask and answer the questions in pairs. Go
round and monitor their work and make a note of any
errors. Remind them to speak clearly with a reasonable
speed and volume.
Check answers as a class.

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Answers Lesson 6
1. Red, black, white and green colours are on the flag
plus the star with seven points. Outcomes It is expected that pupils will:
2. They are safe today because they live at the nature
reserve. recognise the sound of some vowels
use clues (pictures) to understand new or
3. They are the same red colour. unfamiliar words when listening
4. We can see it in the spring.
5. It grows in the countryside because it likes the soil and use words and short sentences to
participate in short, simple exchanges
the weather in the wild.
6. Suggested answer: They can join a conservation ask questions and give answers with an
appropriate speed, volume and tone of
organisation. voice
with a partner, prepare and present a
short, simple dialogue to the class
Activity Book, Page 48, Exercise 4
Ask pupils to open their Activity Books at page 48 and to
demonstrate understanding of simple
informational material a short

descriptive text

describe the picture.


Ask them to read the title and to guess what the text is use and spell correctly learnt vocabulary
write simple sentences to answer
about. questions on familiar topics
Explain that the pupils are going to read the text, and then
circle Yes or No for each of the sentences 1 to 6. First, ask write a short paragraph having words as
prompts
them to read these six sentences.
Give pupils time to read the text and to complete the task Structures Asking and answering questions using Why?
individually. and because:
Pupils can compare answers in pairs. Why are you happy? Im happy because Im going
to see my uncle on Saturday.
Check answers as a class.
Functions Asking questions to find out information
Answers Answering questions to explain actions
Recognising the different spellings of a
1. Yes single vowel sound
2. Yes
3. No (he works at the reserve) Vocabulary cut down (v), furniture
4. No (they eat plants and fruit)
5. No (they were careful) Topic Jordans heritage
6. Yes
Resources Pupils Book, page 51, Exercise 5, Listen
and say
Pupils Book, page 51, Exercise 6, Listen
Activity Book, Page 48, Exercise 5 and answer
In pairs, pupils now answer the questions related to Pupils Book, page 51, Exercise 7, Talk
Rakans visit. Make sure they spell the words correctly. about you
Check answers as a class. Activity Book, page 49, Exercise 6, Listen,
point and repeat
Activity Book, page 49, Exercise 7, Read
Answers and complete
1. He works at the Shaumari Nature Reserve. Activity Book, page 49, Exercise 8, Write
2. He showed the children some pictures of the animals. Audio, Pupils Book, Unit 12, Exercise 5
3. He asked about the oryxes food. Audio, Pupils Book, Unit 12, Exercise 6
4. They were careful because the animals dont like noisy Audio, Activity Book, Unit 12, Exercise 6
children. Flashcard: cut down
5. They were white.
Revision
End the lesson Write iris, Sinai rosefinch, Arabian oryx on the board. Ask
Ask pupils if they would like to go to the Shaumari Nature pupils what is special about these things. (It is the national
Reserve. Ask Why? Pupils answer (e.g. Because it is exciting/the flower/bird/animal of Jordan.)
animals are interesting/it is beautiful., etc.)
Presentation
Use the flashcard to present cut down. Ask What can you cut
down? (Trees.)
Revise furniture. Ask pupils to name the items of furniture in
the classroom, e.g. chair, desk, table, etc.

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Pupils Book, Page 51, Exercise 5 Play the next sentence and elicit the answer to the second
question.
Ask pupils to open their books at page 51 and to look at
the pictures. Explain that they are going to hear words with Play the next sentence and elicit the answer to the third
the /O/ sound. question.
Play the recording. Pupils repeat the sound and the words Now play the rest of the recording and elicit answers to the
as a class. Invite individuals to say the words. next two questions.
Point out the different spellings of the /O/ sound in these Play the recording all the way through again for pupils to
words. check. For question 6, pupils write their own ideas. They
can discuss it first in pairs.
Audioscript
/O/, /O/: Jordan, sauce, walk Audioscript
The oak tree is the national tree of Jordan. It is a beautiful
tree. It can live for hundreds of years and it grows very
Further practice big. You can see oak trees growing between Amman and
Irbid in the forests of Ajloun Nature Reserve. In the past,
Ask pupils if they can say any other words with the /O/ many forests of oak trees were on the mountains in the
sound. Write their ideas on the board, e.g. morning, forty, north of Jordan. The wood of the oak tree is very strong.
four, horse, sports, autumn, talk. People used it to make tables, chairs and other furniture.
They cut down a lot of oak trees and today there are
not so many oak trees in Jordan. Now we must keep our
5 Listen and say national tree safe.

Answers
1. The national tree of Jordan is the oak tree.
2. You can see them growing between Amman and Irbid
in the forests of Ajloun Nature Reserve.
Jordan sauce walk 3. They grew on the mountains in the north of Jordan.
4. They cut down these trees because the wood of the oak
6 Listen and answer tree is very strong. People used it to make tables, chairs
and other furniture.
1 What is the national tree of Jordan? 5. Now we must keep our national tree safe.
2 Where can you see these trees in Jordan
now?
6. Suggested answer: Because we use the wood and it is a
3 Where did the forests grow?
home for animals. It also makes our country beautiful.
4 Why did people cut down these trees?
5 What must we do for our national tree? Pupils Book, Page 51, Exercise 7
6 Why must we look after our national tree?
Ask pupils to look at Exercise 7. Ask a pupil to read the
7 Talk about you adjectives in blue. Then choose a pair of pupils to read the
happy Why are you
example.
Im happy.
sad happy? Explain that pupils are going to do the same for each
excited adjective. They can make up the reasons.
cold
tired Go round and monitor their work. Make a note of any
errors and go over these at the end.
Pupils can swap roles once they have finished.
Choose pairs of pupils to demonstrate their dialogues at
the end. Guide them to use an appropriate speed, volume
and tone of voice.
Im happy because Im going
to see my uncle on Saturday.
51 Suggested answers
Im happy. Why are you happy? Im happy because Im
going to see my uncle on Saturday.
Pupils Book, Page 51, Exercise 6 Im sad. Why are you sad? Im sad because my
Ask pupils to open their Pupils Books at page 51 and to grandmother is ill.
describe the picture. Im excited. Why are you excited? Im excited because Im
Explain that they are going to hear about the national going to the beach tomorrow.
tree of Jordan. Before they begin, ask them to read the six Im cold. Why are you cold? Im cold because I am not
questions. Ask them if they can guess or predict any of the wearing a jacket.
answers before they listen.
Im tired. Why are you tired? Im tired because I went to
Play the recording. Encourage pupils to take notes. See if bed at 11 oclock yesterday.
pupils can answer any of the questions.
Play the recording again. Pause after the third sentence and
elicit the answer to the first question. You can help them
with the spelling of oak.

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Activity Book, Page 49, Exercise 6 Classroom assessment
Ask pupils to look at the words on page 49 of their Activity With reference to Unit 12, pupils can:
Books. Scoring criteria Good Fair Poor
Explain that you are going to play the recording. They must demonstrate understanding of spoken
listen and point to the /O/ sound in each word. words in simple instructions, exchanges
Play the recording. Pupils can compare answers in pairs and presentations
and repeat. participate in simple classroom
Play the recording again. Check answers as a class. exchanges
ask questions and give answers in an
Audioscript appropriate tone of voice
1. airport 2. autumn 3. board 4. Jordan 5. sauce use words and short sentences to
6. walk 7. wardrobe 8. water participate in short, simple exchanges
use reading strategies to understand
simple reading material
write simple sentences to answer
Answers questions on a familiar topic
1. airport complete simple sentences on familiar
2. autumn topics
3. board
4. Jordan
5. sauce
End the lesson
6. walk Ask pupils if they know the national food for any other
7. wardrobe country.
8. water Praise their work on Unit 12.

Activity Book, Page 49, Exercise 7


Ask pupils to look at Exercise 7. Choose a pupil to read the
incomplete sentences and the options in the word boxes.
Explain that pupils are going to complete the sentences for
themselves. Point out that they can write other reasons if
they wish.
Go round and offer help if necessary.
Choose pupils to read their sentences to the class.

Answers
Pupils own answers

Activity Book, Page 49, Exercise 8


Pupils say how the boy looks in the picture (happy). Then
ask them what the boy is holding (a balloon). Ask Do you
think the boy is tired because he is holding the balloo