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Liana Robinson


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Liana Robinson




Liana Robinson

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Lesson 1 Did You Put on Your Hat?. . . 12

Lesson 2 Would You Like to Play Hopscotch? . . . 18

Lesson 3 What’s the Best Movie You Have Ever Seen?. . 24

Lesson 4 Usually Wear Warm Clothes When t’s Cold . . . 30

Lesson 1 What Were You Doing at Eight o’clock? . . . 38

Lesson 2 She Was Happy Because She Passed the Test . . . 44

Lesson 3 The Nile s the Longest River in the World . . . . 50

Lesson 4 Have You Ever Seen a Panda? . . . 56

Lesson 1 Think You Should Give Her an Apron . . . 64

Lesson 2 Where Can Play Soccer? . . . 70

Lesson 3 You Should Have Studied Harder . . . 76

Lesson 4 Where Would You Like to Go? . . . 82

Syllabus . . . 4

How to Use This Book . . . 6



1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 Unit 2

New Experiences

Unit 3

Traveling Around

Unit 1


Lesson Objective

Students will practice extending polite invitations and accepting/declining invitations.

Students will practice sharing experiences and opinions using comparative and superlative adjectives.

Students will be able to talk about the frequency with which they do certain things and practice asking and answering clarification questions.

Students will learn how to use the past progressive tense to talk about two things that were happening at the same time in the past.

Students will learn how to talk about things that happened to other people and talk about how the situation would differ for themselves.

Students will be able to talk about

record-holding animals/things and will learn interesting facts about these animals/things.

Students will learn how to talk about new experiences and ask questions using Have you ever___?

Students will practice asking for advice and giving suggestions.

Students will be able to talk about possibilities and give multiple suggestions.

Students will be able to talk about what others should and shouldn’t do according to the usual manner of doing things.

Students will learn how to talk about hypothetical or dream situations and give reasons for the choices they make.

Students will learn how to talk about the actions of others using phrasal verbs.

• Phrasal verbs

• Modal auxiliary: could

• Future: will

• Modal auxiliaries: would, have

• Future: will

• Comparative adjectives

• Superlative adjectives

• Present perfect tense

• Participles

• nformation questions with how often.

• Expressions of frequency: once a year, every other week...

• When clauses

• Past progressive tense

• When/While clauses

• Coordinating conjunction: so

• Subordinating conjunctions: because, if

• Superlative adjectives

• As ___ as

• Exclamations

• Present perfect tense

• Past participles

• Adverb: ever

• Auxiliary modal: should

• Future: will

• First conditional

• Auxiliary modal: could

• Future: will

• Auxiliary modal: should

• Past participles

Grammar Focus

• Auxiliary modals: could, would

• Second conditional

4 Syllabus


• Phrasal verbs

• Extending an invitation

• Accepting/Declining an invitation

• Future tense

• Responsibilities

• Comparative

• Superlative

• Participles

• Frequency expressions

• Time

• When clauses

• Past progressive

• When/While clauses

• Cause and Effect

• f

• Because and so

• Superlatives

• as ___ as

• Talking about new experiences

• Past participles

• Asking for suggestions

• Expressing personal opinions

• Modal – should

• Modal – could

• Giving multiple suggestions

• Conditionals

• Modal – should

• Expressing the

usual - manner of doing things


• Conditionals

• Modals – could, would

• Hypothetical situations

take off, throw away, put on, hand in, blow out, try out, pick up, turn up, turn down, blow up, hang up, use up, turn on, turn off, fill out, assignment, candle, scooter, knee pads, elbow pads, volume, glue stick, form

ice cubes, go on a tour, chalk, play hopscotch, make lemonade, make a poster, decorate my bedroom, wash my new puppy, feed the ducks, make bracelets, go to the horse races, go surfing, mow the lawn, go camping, go to the petting zoo, dog shampoo, bread, sunglasses, beads, string, cushions, binoculars, flashlight, tent awful, fireworks, smooth skin, bitter, wonderful sounds, amazing, difficult, push-ups, sit-ups, chin-ups, expensive, jacket, beautiful, sunflowers, roses, orchids, adventurous, going to the water park, intelligent, parrot, dolphin, colorful, delicious, kiwi, mango, biggest, best, loudest, nicest, worst, interesting, walking your dog a quarter to, a quarter past, half past, dodge ball, paint ball, once/twice a year/month/week, every few years/months/ weeks, 3 times a year/month/week, tired, worried, bored, stay in a hotel, wear warm clothes, raining hard, go to bed early, stay home, cry, take a vacation, go skating, go to bed late

taking a walk, getting dressed, washing the dishes, daydreaming, waiting for a bus, taking care of, pushing my bike, started to rain, waiting for someone, riding on a ferry, doorbell rang,

daydreaming, saw a car accident, watching a baseball game, a close game, broke her leg, snowboarding, painful, fire alarm went off, taking a quiz, earthquake

gave a speech, ripped his jeans, failed a test, passed a test, spilled juice, in a rush, nervous, had to give a speech, forgot to set his alarm clock, late, confused, didn’t understand, forgot her key, frustrated, embarrassed, slipped on the ice, lost the race, was disappointed, tired, went to bed late, have flu, spilled milk the Nile, Mount Everest, Russia, cheetah, blue whale, giraffe, Channel Tunnel, Seikan Tunnel, world, Alaska, Texas, state, Saturn, the Amazon, upiter, feet, miles, pounds, red-eyed tree frogs white rhinos, African elephants, Asian elephants, gazelles, gray wolves, red wolves, Britain, rare, howler monkey, heavy

hammock, orchard, traditional clothing, mosquito, musical instruments, rainforest, chocolate factory, trip to the ocean, circus, rodeo, went snorkeling, ate popcorn, saw a bull, gave a speech, swam with dolphins, been, eaten, gone, seen, stung given, swum, slept, bitten, acrobat, jugglers, make a kite

gift certificate, basket, apron, lizard(gecko), pocket knife, headphones, robe, slippers, webcam, coffee cup, coin bank, necklace, cologne, tool belt, perfume, laptop bag, anniversary, graduation, Mother’s/Father’s day

bake sale, sell cakes, babysit, travel around the world, earn money, volunteer, speak fluently, recycling center, exercise, study English/Spanish/French, United Kingdom, Australia, United States, France, parts of Canada/Switzerland, learn first aid, volunteer at an old people’s home, wash cars, help the environment, recycle stay up late, drop, cross the street, eat too much, have an accident, hit, eat slowly/quickly, choke, daydream, stretched, dropped his trash, lose all the information on your computer, back up your files, disobey, obey, drive recklessly/carefully, be polite, listened to his mother


windmill, platypus, clogs, a pair (of shoes), glacier, seal, meet the Queen of England, Kenya, climb Mount Kilimanjaro, cure cancer, a helicopter, learn about different cultures, Hawaii, Antarctica, live on an island, gymnastics, Olympic skater, the Netherlands, professional dancer, balcony, Macchu Picchu

• Did he pick up all of his toys?

- Yes, he picked them up.

- Could he pick the rest of the toys up?

- OK.

• Would you like to help me wash my new puppy?

- Sure! ’d love to. / Thanks, but can’t.

• OK. We’ll need dog shampoo.

• Which were more difficult, the push-ups or the sit-ups?

- thought the push-ups were more difficult than the sit-ups.

• What’s the most difficult exercise you have ever done?

- Chin-ups are the most difficult exercise have ever done.

• Do you play paint ball sometimes?

- Yes, some times play when my cousins come to town.

• When do your cousins come to town?

- n the summer vacation when the weather is nice.

• What were you doing when it started to rain?

- was waiting for my brother when it started to rain.

• How was William?

- He was nervous because he had to give a speech. / He had to give a speech, so he was nervous.

• Which are bigger, white rhinos or blue whales?

- Blue whales are bigger than white rhinos.

They are the biggest animal in the world.

• Have you ever been to a chocolate factory?

- Yes, went to one last year.

• How was it?

- t was interesting.

• What should buy my younger brother for his birthday?

- How about a lizard?

• That’s a good idea. / Are you sure? / No, don’t think so.

• What can do to improve my English?

- Why don’t you listen to a little English every day?

- How about listening to a little English every day?

• What happened?

- That boy just ate too quickly and choked.

- He shouldn’t have eaten quickly.

- know. He should have eaten slowly.

Sentence Patterns

• Who would you like to meet?

- ’d like to meet the Queen of England.

• Why?

- ’d like to talk to her about her life.



is fun and outgoing. She is a girly-girl who likes to go to the mall and talk to her friends on the phone.


is smart and easy-going.

He enjoys science, photography, and taekwondo. Some of his family lives in China!


is talkative and athletic.

She likes to go to the park and spend time outdoors. She also likes to play the piano.

Ms. Monster

appears in various personalization activities. She asks students questions about themselves.

Mr. Kitty

appears in the Listening Chest.

He helps draw attention to important parts in conversations.

These icons appear before most of the exercises. They signal the different types of activities to students.


is energetic and kind.

He likes to listen to music and skateboard. He also likes to hang out with his older brother, Cody.


is friendly and nice.

She likes to sing and dance.

Her parents are from France, and she speaks French.


is funny and adventurous.

He likes to tell jokes and water-ski.

He also likes to watch scary movies.

These six children are the main characters of the book. They appear in the Listening Chest. They are all friends, and they go to the same school. They help teach students the target language and conversational expressions.

These children represent the students themselves. They appear in the Language Chest, and they introduce part of the target language of each unit.

6 How to Use This Book


The Word Chest begins every lesson. It introduces students to important vocabulary found in the lesson. Students see pictorial representations for the words with labels underneath. First, the teacher goes over the words with students. Then, students listen to the audio and number the pictures accordingly. The audio presents the words in sentence form. This activity helps students increase their vocabulary and trains them to listen for key words in sentences.

The Listening Chest features the main

characters. Here, the target language is used in a conversation that emulates a real-life situation.

Students read and listen to the conversation with their attention being drawn to the target language in blue.

This activity helps motivate students to learn by showing them a practical application for the target language. It also helps students define the new words and concepts.

The Language Chest exposes students to some of the target language found in the lesson.

Students can identify with the children in the activity because they are similar to the students themselves.

After students review the material, they should practice talking to each other. This activity gets students acquainted with the target language.

The grammar boxes appear when necessary.

They remind teachers to go over the grammar points and help students understand the grammar.

The follow-up activity is a comprehension checking exercise. It helps students summarize what happened in the conversation. The format varies from lesson to lesson in order to help students become better test-takers.


The Talk Chest presents the complete target language and new vocabulary. Previously students were introduced to these concepts, but the Talk Chest is where students memorize the new language.

The students and teacher talk about the big picture first. Then, students try to fill in the missing words. This activity gives students their first chance to produce the target language.

The Reading Chest recycles some of the vocabulary and/or target language in a written passage. The passages come in a variety of formats such as

newspaper articles, diary entries, letters, e-mails, and magazine articles. The new context is interesting for students and applicable to their lives. This activity shows students how much they have learned. It also helps to increase reading proficiency.

The Guide shows students the language pattern. All of the words that do not change from one example to another are printed in the guide. The words that change are represented by blank lines. This helps students with sentence construction.

The Picture Prompts section gives students further practice. The words under each picture fit into the framework of the guide above. First, students listen to each conversation. Then, they practice through role- playing with partners.

The follow-up activity is a comprehension checking exercise. It helps students summarize what happened in the passage. The format varies from lesson to lesson in order to help students become better test-takers.

8 How to Use This Book


The Writing Chest is an activity that challenges students to use the skills they have learned. In order to remain interesting, the format varies from lesson to lesson. Students should be encouraged to proofread their work and correct any mistakes that they find.

The Activity Chest appears as a classroom game or board game. It is a fun way for students to play constructively in the classroom. This activity consolidates everything that students have learned in the lesson, and gives the teacher one last chance to evaluate everyone’s progress. The activities are adaptable for use in a variety of classrooms.

In addition, they do not require excessive preparation from the teacher.

Each Writing Chest page contains two different writing activities.


Did You Put on Your Hat?

Would You Like to Play Hopscotch?

What’s the Best Movie You Have Ever Seen?

Usually Wear Warm Clothes When

t’s Cold


Track 1

12 Unit 1 Lesson 1

take off throw away put on

hand in blow out try out A. Listen and number.

B. Ask and answer.

1. 2.

Yes, put it on.

Did you put on your hat? Did he blow out the candles?

She put on her hat. He didn’t blow out the candles.

She put her hat on. He didn’t blow the candles out.

She put it on. He didn’t blow them out.

No, he didn’t blow them out.



Track 2

C. Talk, listen, and read.

D. Circle Yes or No.

1. Are Max and eff going surfing? Yes No 2. s there a new half pipe at the skate park? Yes No 3. Are the boys going to try out a surfboard? Yes No

4. Has Max put his knee pads on? Yes No

5. Has Max put his elbow pads on? Yes No

Max: Mom, ’m going to the skate park.

Mom: Did you put on your knee pads and elbow pads?

Max: Yes, put them on.

Mom: Could you show me, please?

Max: See!

Mom: Thank you! Be back in time for dinner, please.

Max: will. Bye!

Max: Let’s go to the skate park!

eff: Yeah! We can try out the new half pipe.

Max: Great! ’ll meet you there in an hour.

eff: Perfect. Don’t forget your helmet!

Max: won’t. My brother gave me his old skateboard.

eff: Wow! That’s great. We can try it out.

Max: Cool! See you in a bit.


F. Picture Prompts.

1. 2. 3.

4. 5. 6.

E. Look and say.

14 Unit 1 Lesson 1

________ ________ pick up all of your toys?

________, we picked ________ up.

________ ________ pick the rest of the toys up?


Track 3

use up the whole glue stick turn off the lights

blow up the balloons hang up the clothes

fill out the form turn up the volume

Did he/she/you ________? Yes/No, ________.

Could he/she/you ________? OK.




G. Read and answer the questions.


Hey, Morgan! Why do you have a photo of old shoes?

Morgan Hi! Those were my favorite shoes!


They look terrible!


I know, but they were so comfortable. I threw them away three months ago. I still miss them.


You threw those beautiful shoes away! Ha! Ha! What are you doing right now?

Morgan Homework.


I just got a new scooter. Do you want to come over and try it out?


I can’t. I have to hand in my science project tomorrow, and I have a lot of work to do.


That’s too bad!

Morgan Hey, do you have any tape?


Of course!


I just used up all of the tape in our house, and I still need more.


Do you want me to bring some over?

Morgan Do you mind?


No, not at all. I ’ll turn off my computer and ride over to your house on my new scooter.

Thank you very much!

1. What happened to Morgan’s old shoes?

a. He took the shoes off. b. He put the shoes on.

c. He threw the shoes away. d. He picked the shoes up.

2. Why can’t Morgan try out Karen’s new scooter today?



3. What does Karen need to do before she rides her scooter to Morgan’s house?

Track 4


16 Unit 1 Lesson 1

. Complete the chart.

1. fill out form 2. take off sweater 3. hang up coats 4. pick up boxes 5. use up milk 6. put on uniforms

He filled out the form.

They hung up their coats.

We put on our uniforms.

He filled the form out.

She took her sweater off.

We picked the boxes up.

He filled it out.

used it all up.

H. Complete the conversations.

1. A: ________ she _________ _________ _________

_____________ on the radio?

B: Yes, ________ ________.

A: Could she _________ _________ _____________

_________ some more?

B: OK.

2. A: ________ he _________ ________ ________

_____________ in the living room?

B: Yes, ________ ________.

A: can’t see well. Could he _________

some more lights _________?

B: OK.

turn down the volume turn the volume down

turn on the lights

turn some more lights on


put on fill out blow up turn off

hand in

use up

try out

throw away

turn up turn on

take off hang up

pick up blow out turn down

Did he put on his elbow pads?

Yes, he put them on.

Yes, ’ll tell him.

. Play. Flip a coin to move along the board.

Could he put his knee pads on, too?

Move 1 space.

Move 2 spaces.



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