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    The English Village

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  • © 2014 Ediciones Cal y Canto® Reimpresión The English Village 6º básico N˚ de Inscripción: 223.591 ISBN: 978 956 339 058 2

    Original text © Ana Manonellas Balladares Teacher of English, Universidad de Santiago. Postgraduate Diploma of Education Monash University - Melbourne Australia.

    Methodological support María Teresa Sepúlveda Leiva MA in Professional Development for Language Education Leeds Metropolitan University, UK.

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    © 2013 Ediciones Cal y Canto® The English Village 6º básico N˚ de Inscripción: 223.591 ISBN: 978 956 339 058 2

    Original text © Ana Manonellas Balladares Teacher of English, Universidad de Santiago. Postgraduate Diploma of Education Monash University - Melbourne Australia.

    Methodological support María Teresa Sepúlveda Leiva MA in Professional Development for Language Education Leeds Metropolitan University, UK.

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  • TEXTO DEL ESTUDIANTE INGLÉS

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    Ana Manonellas Balladares Teacher of English Universidad de Santiago. Postgraduate Diploma of Education Monash University - Melbourne Australia.

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    DISCOVER YOUR BOOK

    Listening lesson with activities to help you to understand a spoken

    text and learn English. 18 eighteen

    I MISS YOU

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    Grandson

    Grandma

    Grandpa

    Dad

    office Mum

    IN ThIS LESSON YOU WILL:

    listen and show comprehension of a telephone conversation.

    read and show comprehension of sentences showing appreciation.

    reproduce a telephone conversation orally.

    complete sentences with language structures, supported by pictures.

    Before listening

    1 What member of your family would you like to phone? Answer this question and tick (3) your choices.

    ____ My dad

    ____ My mum

    ____ My grandparents (grandpa and granny)

    ____ My sister

    ____ My brother

    2 Look at the picture. Match the people (a – d) with their likes (i – iv).

    a. Dad i. books b. Grandma and ii. his work

    her grandson

    c. Grandpa iii. homework d. The girl iv. the library

    3 Susan is phoning home, in England. Predict who is going to answer the phone.

    a. Her brother. b. Her father. c. Her mother. d. Her sister.

    Short activities to activate previous knowledge and to deal with the starting point for the activities that will follow.12 twelve

    What do you know?

    PEOPLE AT ThE vILLAGE

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    on 1

    1 Complete this dialogue.

    2 Write a sentence about something you like. Example: I like fruit.

    3 What numbers are these?

    Three = ____________

    Eight = ____________

    Sixteen = ____________

    Twenty = ____________

    Twelve = ____________

    Five = ____________

    I MISS YOU

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    on 2

    1 Make sentences with like, using the picture.

    a. I like

    b.

    c.

    2 Correct the mistake in each sentence.

    a. I is at school.

    b. We am happy.

    c. It are a toy.

    d. He aren’t happy.

    e. They isn’t cats.

    _______, Peter. How are you?

    ______________!

    ______________, thanks. And you?

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    Reading lessons with activities to help you to understand a written text and learn English. 14 fourteen

    Before reading

    1 Answer these questions in your group.

    a. Do you participate in any activities in English?

    b. Do you speak English outside the classroom?

    c. Can you introduce yourself in English?

    2 Look at the illustration and fi nd the following:

    Activities Carolina Students

    The English Village Tutors

    3 Have a quick look at the text on Page 15, and underline the cognates. Can you guess what the text is about? Compare ideas with your partner.

    a. It’s about an English magazine.

    b. It’s about the English Village. c. It’s about a place to

    practise sports.

    PEOPLE AT ThE vILLAGE

    IN ThIS LESSON YOU WILL:

    extract specifi c information from an informative text. listen to an interview exchanging personal information.

    repeat numbers and reproduce an interview. complete a written text with personal information.

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    vegetables

    sheep

    singing

    swimming pool

    36 thirty-six

    FINAL TESTFINAL TEST Listening

    1 18 Listen and choose the correct answer. (4 marks)

    a. Where is Nancy from? i. Asia. ii. Australia. iii. America.

    b. How many brothers and sisters does she have?

    i. One brother and two sisters. ii. Three brothers and two sisters. iii. Two brothers and one sister.

    c. What is her father’s occupation? i. He’s a taxi driver. ii. He’s a teacher. iii. He’s a school bus driver.

    d. What’s her mother’s occupation? i. She’s a dancer. ii. She’s a shop assistant. iii. She’s a housewife.

    Reading

    2 19 Read the postcard, and then organise the information in the chart.

    (7.5 marks, 0.5 each)

    Dear Ed, I’m sitting on the beach, eating an ice-cream. Alicia and Gabriel are swimming in the sea and Tom’s in the park. He’s playing with a friend. Pedro’s listening to the radio and reading. We’re having a fantastic holiday. Dichato’s a little fi shing village and it’s very quiet. Everybody here’s very happy. We are very happy, too! This is our second holiday this year and we’re doing just what we want to do: sleeping, eating, and playing games. The food is lovely, too. Hope you can come here soon.

    Love, Gina

    Activities Places Feelings Food

    holiday

    3 Read the sentences and write true (T) or false (F). Correct the false sentences.

    (6 marks; 2 each false sentence, 1 each true sentence)

    a. __________ Gina is in Iquique. .

    b. __________ Tom’s playing with a friend. .

    c. __________ Gina’s listening to the radio. .

    d. __________ Alicia and Gabriel are swimming in the sea.

    .

    Language

    4 Put the words in order to make a correct question. (3 marks, 1 each)

    a. that – ? – tall – Who – boy – is A:

    B: He’s my brother.

    b. Joe’s – How – is – father – old? A:

    B: He’s 44.

    c. the – Who – those – are – in – people – ? – living room A:

    B: They are my friends from Argentina.

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    Writing

    5 Write a paragraph about two members of your family. Include name, age, physical characteristics, occupation, possessions and likes. (4 marks)

    vocabulary

    6 Match each adjective with its opposite. (3.5 marks; 0.5 each)

    1. young thin

    2. short (hair) old

    3. short (person) hot

    4. fat black

    5. cold new

    6. blonde (hair) tall

    7. old (thing) long

    Total score: 28 marks

    Speaking

    Talk about your family with your partner. Take turns to ask and answer 2 different questions about your family.

    Work out your score and read about your result 0 to 15 correct answers

    HELP! You have not understood an important part of the contents. Study, get some help from a partner or your teacher, revise the unit, and then do the exercises again.

    16 to 23 correct answers

    FAIR You have been able to understand an important part of the contents; however, there are still some you need to consolidate. Correct the wrong answers. You ca