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MAP Unit 1a

Who do you think...?

Warming-up

Two truths and a lie

Warming-up

1. I lived in another country.2. My first job was at a restaurant.3. I have two different degrees.

How much do you know about me?

How much do you remember about your classmates?

Warming-up

Pass the word

Vocabulary revision

Error correction

Grammar revision

Kahoot!

Grammar revision

Saint Patrick's day celebration

LET'S GET STARTED

Watch the video and be ready to play a quiz game

Saint Patrick's day celebration

Complete the sentences with the words in the box.

Saint Patrick's day celebration

What do you remember about Saint Patrick's day celebration?

Now it's your turn!

Useful vocavulary

Talk for a minute about two of the topics below.

Talking about professions

Some useful vocabulary

Discussion

Dream jobs and unsual jobs

Unsual jobs

Video time

Look at the words and say what the jobs might be.

you’ll watch two videos about unusual jobs

Watch the first video and check your ideas.

Watch the second video and check your ideas.

  • Which job surprised you more: people walker or dumpster diver? Why?
  • What skills do you need to do these jobs?
  • Would you like to try these jobs? Why/Why not?

Discuss the questions

Think of three jobs for each category. Explain your choices.

  • Today I learned about...
  • I need more help with...
  • Make 1 sentences saying something new about your job

Exit ticket

Are you? Can you? Do you? Did you?

Warming-up

Word order in questions

Grammar

Questions with do/does/did

Questions with be and can

VERSUS

Let's checkunderstanding!

  • Page 127 exercises 1A
  • Page 7 exercose 2c
  • Page 7 exercises 2 a

Let's practise

Let's see how much you remember!

The alphabet

Page 108

Page 102

Alphabet quiz

Let's work on page 7. Solve exercise 4

understanding personal information

Let's work on page 7. Solve exercise 4

understanding personal information

  • Today I learned about...
  • I need more help with...
  • Can you spell any word from the pages we worked on today?

Exit ticket

MAP Unit 1a

Let's revise with a game!

Warming-up

  • Exercises 1A a and b on page 127 SB
  • Exercise 2c on page 7 Student's Book

Let's check homework

Let's see how much you remember!

The alphabet

Page 108

Page 102

Alphabet quiz

Let's work on page 7. Solve exercise 4

understanding personal information

Natalie Portman and Jude Law

In a moment, you’ll watch an interview with:

Read the notes from the interview with Natalie Portman and complete the missing words. Watch the video (to 01:27) and check your answers.

Watch the second part of the video (02:14–03:10) and answer the questions.

Order the words to make questions.

Now, we’ll put it into practice!

Read some of Natalie Portman’s answers from the next part of the interview and decide what the questions might be.

Decide what questions Jude Law answers in the final part of the interview based on the given words. Discuss what his answers might be.

Choose the correct answers.

Let’s learn some useful phrases!

Choose the correct answers.

Let’s learn some useful phrases!

Complete the dialogues with the phrases from the boxes.

MAP Unit 1a +

Pages 4 and 5 Workbook

Let's check homework

Let's work on page 7. Solve exercise 4

understanding personal information

Natalie Portman and Jude Law

In a moment, you’ll watch an interview with:

Read the notes from the interview with Natalie Portman and complete the missing words. Watch the video (to 01:27) and check your answers.

Watch the second part of the video (02:14–03:10) and answer the questions.

Order the words to make questions.

Now, we’ll put it into practice!

Read some of Natalie Portman’s answers from the next part of the interview and decide what the questions might be.

Decide what questions Jude Law answers in the final part of the interview based on the given words. Discuss what his answers might be.

Choose the correct answers.

Let’s learn some useful phrases!

Choose the correct answers.

Let’s learn some useful phrases!

Complete the dialogues with the phrases from the boxes.

Work in pairs. You’re going to get a card with a role to play. Read your card and prepare to have a conversation with your partner.

Let’s role play!

MAP Unit 1B

How much do you know?

Warming-up

Describing people

VOCABULARY

Describing people

Page 150 SB

Physical description

  • Don't confuse these two questions:
What does he/she look like? and What’s he/she like?The first one only refers to appearance, but the second refers to both appearance and personality.
  • Blonde is used to describe women’s / girls’ hair and blond is used for men’s / boys’ hair

vOCABULARY NOTES

Page 150 SB

Physical description

Page 150 SB

Opposites

Speaking

MAP Unit 1B

The perfect date?

Warming-up

Describing people

VOCABULARY

Describing people

Page 150 SB

Physical description

  • Don't confuse these two questions:
What does he/she look like? and What’s he/she like?The first one only refers to appearance /əˈpɪə.rəns/, but the second refers to both appearance and personality.
  • Blonde /blɒnd/ is used to describe women’s / girls’ hair and blond is used for men’s / boys’ hair

vOCABULARY NOTES

Page 150 SB

Physical description

Page 150 SB

Opposites

Speaking

Please date my dad!

Reading

Present Simple Page 9

Grammar

MAP Unit 1B

Let's revise vocabulary

Warming-up

Pages 6 and 7 Workbook

Let's check homework

Please date my dad!

Reading

Info

Present Simple Page 9, exercise 2

Grammar

Solve exercises 2 a and b page 9 SB

Info

final -s and -es

Pronunciation

Student A

Student B

A date for Clint

cOMMUNICATION

MAP Unit 1B

Board game

Solve exercises 2 a and b page 9 SB

Info

final -s and -es

Pronunciation

Student A

Student B

A date for Clint

cOMMUNICATION

Listening exercises on page 9 Student's Book

Let's check homework

Speaking and writing

Describing yourself

Writing

MAP Unit 1B

Student B

Student A

A date for Clint

cOMMUNICATION

Listening exercises on page 9 Student's Book

Let's check homework

Speaking and writing

Describing yourself

Writing

MAP Unit 1C

Clothes

Vocabulary

Page 10 Student's Book

The remake project

Let's work on page 151 Student's Book

How much do you know?

Things you wear

Speaking

Present Continuous

Grammar

Grammar

Page 126 Student's book

Practice

MAP Unit 1C

Info

Let's check homework page 10 Student's Book

How much do you know?

Things you wear

Speaking

Present Continuous

Grammar

Grammar

Page 126 Student's book

Practice

Listening

6. 175 Dutch guilders

5. the milkmaid's apron

4. Girl with a Pearl Earring

3. his wife, his daughter, and his servant

2. light coming through window

1. Delft

MAP Unit 1C

Grammar

Vocabulary

Page 127 Student's bookPage 8 Workbook

Workbook page 7

Let's revise

Listening

6. 175 Dutch guilders

5. the milkmaid's apron

4. Girl with a Pearl Earring

3. his wife, his daughter, and his servant

2. light coming through window

1. Delft

Prepositions of place

Vocabulary

Page 11 Student's Book

How much do you know?

Solve exercises 5 a and b

Prepositions of place

Describing a picture

Speaking

Student B

Student A

Remakes

cOMMUNICATION

MAP Unit 1C

Listening

6. 175 Dutch guilders

5. the milkmaid's apron

4. Girl with a Pearl Earring

3. his wife, his daughter, and his servant

2. light coming through window

1. Delft

Prepositions of place

Vocabulary

Page 11 Student's Book

How much do you know?

Solve exercises 5 a and b

Prepositions of place

Describing a picture

Speaking

Student B

Student A

Remakes

cOMMUNICATION

Hotel problems

Practical English

Characters

Answer

Answers

Page 12

Practice

Page 13

Page 13

Page 13

Pages 10 and 11 Workbook

Revision

  • It's important to be able to spell in English, particularly your name or email address.
  • It is very useful to be able to recognize and write down letters correctly when people spell words to you.
  • It's useful also to learn the phonetic symbols to check the pronunciation of a word in the dictionary.
  • Remember that the two dots in /iː/, /uː/, and /ɑː/ mean that they are long sounds.

It’s a film and a book about his relationship with a young servant, inspired by one of his paintings.

  • The pronunciation of clothes is /kləʊðz/
  • This noun is always plural. The singular form has another meaning (a small piece of material, used in cleaning to remove dirt, dust, or liquid), and that if you want to talk about an item of clothing, you should refer to it by name, e.g. a sweater.
  • Which verbs can we use with clothes?

Vocabulary notes Some clothes words only exist in the plural, e.g. jeans, leggings, pyjamas, shorts, trousers, tights. These words cannot be used with a, e.g. NOT a trousers. If you want to use an indefinite article, you should use some, e.g. I bought some trousers / some shoes. You can also use a pair of, which is often used with plural clothes words, e.g. a pair of trousers.

  • It's important to be able to spell in English, particularly your name or email address.
  • It is very useful to be able to recognize and write down letters correctly when people spell words to you.
  • It's useful also to learn the phonetic symbols to check the pronunciation of a word in the dictionary.
  • Remember that the two dots in /iː/, /uː/, and /ɑː/ mean that they are long sounds.
  • Let's learn some functional language that will help you ‘survive’ in English in travel and social situations.
  • There is a storyline based on two characters, Jenny Zielinski, an American journalist who works in the New York office of a magazine called NewYork 24seven, and Rob Walker, a British journalist who works in London for the same magazine, but who is now in New York for a month.
  • When the speaker is Jenny, you will be listening to an American accent.
  • The main focus of this lesson is on describing problems and asking for help.

In this lesson, we are going to:

  • Revise and learn clothes vocabulary
  • Focus on two common vowel sounds, /ə/ and /ɜː/.
  • Revise or learn Present continuous for things that are happening now, or around now, and for describing what is happening in a picture and contrast it with the present simple.
  • Revise prepositions of place

The pronunciation rules for adding an -s (or -es) to verbs (e.g. smokes) and nouns (e.g. books) are the same. The difference between the /s/ and /z/ sounds is very small and only occasionally causes communication problems. The most important thing is to learn when to pronounce -es as /ɪz/. These are the rules: • The s is pronounced /s/ after these unvoiced* sounds: /k/, /p/, /f/, and /t/, e.g. walks, stops, laughs, eats. • In all other cases, the final s is voiced and pronounced /z/, e.g. plays, parties, etc.

Most people think they are the women in his paintings.

What someone paid for the painting 20 years after his death. It was then a lot of money.

In this lesson, we are going to:

  • Revise the present simple (all forms) in detail through a British newspaper article.
  • Revise basic language for physical description, and learn new language and adjectives of personality.
  • Focus on the pronunciationof the final -s and -es endings in verbs and nouns.
  • Describe a person – a member of your family, or a friend – in detail, and write a short description.

Most people think they are the women in his paintings.

Voiced and unvoiced consonantsVoiced consonant sounds are made by vibrating the vocal chords, e.g. /b/, /l/, /m/, /v/, etc. Unvoiced consonant sounds are made without vibration in the vocal chords, e.g. /k/, /p/, /t/, /s/, etc. You can see this if you hold your hand against your throat. For voiced sounds, you should feel a vibration in your throat, but not for unvoiced sounds.

What someone paid for the painting 20 years after his death. It was then a lot of money.

  • What was the last information you googled?
  • Why do people google information about celebrities? Do you sometimes do it?
  • Who are Natalie Portman and Jude Law? What do you know about them?

Useful prepositions

  • foreground = the part of a picture that is nearest to you when you look at it) and
  • background = the part of a picture behind the main objects, people, etc.).

Grammar notes Present simple Things to remember: • the difference in pronunciation between do /duː/, don’t /dəʊnt/, and does /dʌz/ • the pronunciation of goes /ɡəʊz/ and has /hæz/Adverbs and expressions of frequency• usually / normally and sometimes can also be used at the beginning of a present simple sentence, e.g. Sometimes I get up late on Saturday. • Other common expressions of frequency using every are every week, every month, and every year. • In expressions like once a month, twice a day, etc., once and twice are irregular (NOT one time, two times); times is used with all other numbers, e.g. ten times, thirty times (a year).

In this lesson, we are going to:

  • Revise the present simple (all forms) in detail through a British newspaper article.
  • Revise basic language for physical description, and learn new language and adjectives of personality.
  • Focus on the pronunciationof the final -s and -es endings in verbs and nouns.
  • Describe a person – a member of your family, or a friend – in detail, and write a short description.

Work in breakout rooms un pairs to prepare the conversations and act it out in front of the rest of the class

He was especially good at painting this.

In this lesson, we are going to:

  • Revise and learn clothes vocabulary
  • Focus on two common vowel sounds, /ə/ and /ɜː/.
  • Revise or learn Present continuous for things that are happening now, or around now, and for describing what is happening in a picture and contrast it with the present simple.
  • Revise prepositions of place

Voiced and unvoiced consonantsVoiced consonant sounds are made by vibrating the vocal chords, e.g. /b/, /l/, /m/, /v/, etc. Unvoiced consonant sounds are made without vibration in the vocal chords, e.g. /k/, /p/, /t/, /s/, etc. You can see this if you hold your hand against your throat. For voiced sounds, you should feel a vibration in your throat, but not for unvoiced sounds.

It’s a film and a book about his relationship with a young servant, inspired by one of his paintings.

Most people think they are the women in his paintings.

The pronunciation rules for adding an -s (or -es) to verbs (e.g. smokes) and nouns (e.g. books) are the same. The difference between the /s/ and /z/ sounds is very small and only occasionally causes communication problems. The most important thing is to learn when to pronounce -es as /ɪz/. These are the rules: • The s is pronounced /s/ after these unvoiced* sounds: /k/, /p/, /f/, and /t/, e.g. walks, stops, laughs, eats. • In all other cases, the final s is voiced and pronounced /z/, e.g. plays, parties, etc.

In this lesson, we are going to:

  • Revise and learn clothes vocabulary
  • Focus on two common vowel sounds, /ə/ and /ɜː/.
  • Revise or learn Present continuous for things that are happening now, or around now, and for describing what is happening in a picture and contrast it with the present simple.
  • Revise prepositions of place

It’s a film and a book about his relationship with a young servant, inspired by one of his paintings.

He was especially good at painting this.

In this lesson, we are going to:

  • Revise and learn clothes vocabulary
  • Focus on two common vowel sounds, /ə/ and /ɜː/.
  • Revise or learn Present continuous for things that are happening now, or around now, and for describing what is happening in a picture and contrast it with the present simple.
  • Revise prepositions of place

In this lesson, we are going to:

  • Revise the present simple (all forms) in detail through a British newspaper article.
  • Revise basic language for physical description, and learn new language and adjectives of personality.
  • Focus on the pronunciationof the final -s and -es endings in verbs and nouns.
  • Describe a person – a member of your family, or a friend – in detail, and write a short description.

He was especially good at painting this.

The blue paint he used for this was very expensive (made from lapis lazuli, a very expensive stone).

What someone paid for the painting 20 years after his death. It was then a lot of money.

The blue paint he used for this was very expensive (made from lapis lazuli, a very expensive stone).

Useful prepositions

  • foreground = the part of a picture that is nearest to you when you look at it) and
  • background = the part of a picture behind the main objects, people, etc.).

In this lesson, we are going to:

  • Revise the present simple (all forms) in detail through a British newspaper article.
  • Revise basic language for physical description, and learn new language and adjectives of personality.
  • Focus on the pronunciationof the final -s and -es endings in verbs and nouns.
  • Describe a person – a member of your family, or a friend – in detail, and write a short description.

In this lesson, we are going to:

  • Revise the present simple (all forms) in detail through a British newspaper article.
  • Revise basic language for physical description, and learn new language and adjectives of personality.
  • Focus on the pronunciationof the final -s and -es endings in verbs and nouns.
  • Describe a person – a member of your family, or a friend – in detail, and write a short description.

The blue paint he used for this was very expensive (made from lapis lazuli, a very expensive stone).