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Spark 1. CEF Level: A1. Authors: Virginia Evans, Jenny Dooley Spark 1 - Student's Book (+ ieBook) Spark 1 - Workbook (with Digibooks App). spark musicmarkup.info - Ebook download as PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or read book online. 3 Complete the table for the students In Ex. 1, then make sentences. elementary english grammar- the best one for students 5th grade. you ~ Present Continuous MODUlE 6 60 1 2 1 2 3 4 5 6 Put the Spark 1 grammar . book • atlas • pencil sharpener • schoolbag • ruler • eraser • notebook.
Numbers School objects Colours Days of the week. Great animals! IlzI collection. Fantastic Fish Describing animals A fact file about an animal National animals from Fact file about the ba ld Talking about habits A short text about an around the world the eagle gap fill Expressing fear animal festival kangaroo - Australia, the Festive time Talking about pets An article describing your Giant Panda - China Pronunciation: Asking about names 2 Ask and answer, a s In the example. What s your name? And your surname?
Ss listen and repeat the numbers. Draw Ss' attention to the picture and explain that Vocabulary: Cardinal numbers 1 -1 , , colours blue, in many countries, the number of candles on a yellow, green, black, brown, pink, white, orange, red, grey, birthday ca ke shows how old a person is.
Allow Ss some time to complete the task with the rest of the names in closed pairs. Monitor the activity around the class. Ask some pairs to act out their dialogues. Answer Key 2 k Whot'J your name?
B, Ivan. B, Marques. B k What's your name? B, Rosa. What's your name? Bc Lillian. Bc Brown. Choose two Ss to read through the example dialogue. Allow Ss time to complete the task in closed pairs. Allow Ss some time to complete the task with the Ask some pairs to act out their exchanges.
Answer Key Monitor the activity around the class. My name's Som. Answer Key A: How old are you? What's your address? I'm fifteen years old. Whoe 's your name? How do you spell it? My name's Darina. How old Ofe you? Whots your telephone number? I'm sixteen years old. It's double five - two - four - three - fjve - eight - nine. What 's your name? My name's Marco. Whot's your oddren?
How old ore you? I'm twenty years old. Whot's your telephone number? My name's Ann. It's double two - nine - four - double three - one - A: I'm twelve years old. My name's Bob. It 's seven - two - three - nine - eight - six - three - two. What's your telephone number? It's three - double seven - two - five - nine - two- one.
I Play the recording. Ask Ss to say the numbers in their ll. Ss' own answers. Adouble PL f. It 's two-six-double five-eight- two-seven-eight. Listen and repeat.
What are these numbers In your language? I'm seventeen years old. We use a before words that start with a consonant sound. Q book, I pencil We use an before words that start with a vowel sound. We use the for something we have already mentioned.
This is 0 book. The book is Anna's. What's this in English? What are these words In your language? This is 0 notebook. The notebook is purple.
Days of the week Listen and repeat. What are these words in your language? Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Saturday. The atlas is blue. This is 0 schoolbog. The schoolbag is yellow. I 11 Read out the grammar rules.
To present the days of the week; to I Ask Ss to give other examples of their own. I chora lly or individu aUy.
Ss repeat cho ra lly or individually Allow some time for Ss to complete the exercise in Ask Ss to say the days in their I I. I their notebooks.
Ask Ss wh ic h days are the weekend. Check Ss' answers. Answer Key o notebook Q pencil o book a schoolbag an eraser an atlas a pencil sharpener a pencil cose a ruler. Monitor the activity around the class and ask some pairs to act out their exchanges for the rest of the class.
What's rhis in English? It's a notebook. It's an eraser, etc. Ss repeat chorally or individually. Ask Ss to say the colo urs in t heir L1. As an extensio n, point to different o bjects in the cl ass and elicit their colour.
Answer Key This is a book. The book is red. This is an eraser. The eraser is pink. This is a pencil sharpener. The pencil sharpener is grey. This is a ruler. The ruler is brown. This is a pencil. The pencil is orange.
This is a pendl case. The pencil case is green. Read the information box and then the greetings Suggested Answer Key '6 aloud. Good morning, Ann. Hello, Pete. Explain each situation or time of day and elicit the A: How ore you?
I'm fine, thanks. And you? Not bad. See you later. Alternative Activity for weaker students On the board, write different times of the day and ask Ss to tell you which greeting to use at the different times. Goodbye, Tony! Goodbye, Liz. See you! At Good morning.
Good afternoon. Good evening. When you go to bed what do you soy? Good night. Direct Ss' attention to picture A and ask two Ss to read the dialogue aloud. Ask Ss to look at picture 8 and ask two different Ss to read the second dialogue aloud.
Elicit the relationship between the speakers in each dialogue. They are friends. Ask Ss to imagine they see a friend at the park. In pai rs, Ss act out their dialogues. To help Ss, draw the following diagram on the board and elicit appropria te ph ra ses Ss should use. Write them on the board, too. Ss can copy the diag ram into their notebooks and use it as a reference while doing the task. Student A Student B Good morning 8. Greet 8. Ask about A Not bad.
See you Closing remarks. Say goodbye to A. Student A Student 8 Goodbye 8. Goodbye A. Say goodbye to 8. See you. Y Soy goodbye to A Closing remarks. Cl05ing remarks. Act out similar dialogues. I Ingrid: Cia ire: I Cia ire: Not had. Oh, I'm lare! I Goodbye. G x dbyc, 'Iony. Rye, Lyn. See rO ll later. Say these sentences In your language. Textbook Language 14 Find these in your book.
What do they mean? Say them In your language. Pronunciation '.. Sludent'1 Book: Student's Book: Explain that Communication Technology, which is a school f each item is an instruction a teacher would say in subject in primary and secondary education. Ss, the classroom. Ss listen and repeat.
This means that instead of Ask various Ss to give their L1 equivalents. The use of ICT can improve the quality of!! I Answer Key.
In Listening, we listen lO people speaking English. Check these words means we check if we know the meanings of the key vocabulary items from a text, or else I we look them up in the Word List or dictionary. In Writing, we learn about different types of writing in I the English language.
In Study Skills, we learn a helpful tip which helps Ss I become autonomous learners. In Portfolio, we do tasks related to the theme of each r module to add to our portfolio of work.
In Reading, we practise reading skills in English. In Self-Check, we do revision exercises. I Smile tells us a joke in English related to the theme. In Song, we listen to a song related to the theme of the module. In Vocobulory, we learn new words. In Check your progress, we assess how good we ore at the skills taught in the module. In Quiz, we check how much we remember from the module. In Project, we do tasks related to the theme of the module. In Workbook, we refer to the workbook to complete the relevant tasks.
In Language Review, we practise the vocabulary pre5ented in the module. Read the title of the module 80ck la school and ask 55 to suggest what they think it means. Go through the topic list and stimulate a discussion to prompt Ss' interest in the module.
Ask ques tio ns to check Ss' unde rstanding. Answer Key sport s p. Can you play any of these sports? Do you play any of these sports at your school?
Which country is each flag from? What colour is each flag? What is your national flag like? What ore mops used for? Do you ever use a mop? Wha t for? Do you have on ernail oddreH? What is 0 pen-friend? Do you have a pen-friend? Do you write emoils? Who to? How often? Vocabulary To present school subjects Play the recording. Ss listen and repeat cho rally or individually.
Elicit the L1 equivalents from vari ous Ss. Ss' own omwers Draw Ss' attention to the pictures and ask various Ss to say which subject is shown in each picture. Answer Key pie. I'm good 01 Moths. I'm not good ot History. Which ones can you see in the pictures? My favourite school subjects are I'm good at I'm not good at.
Complete the sentences. Brenda's from England. Her favourite subjects are leT and M usic. Her favourite sport is hockey. B Which picture shows two girls tolking? Which r picture shows a student in his clamoom? D Which picture shows a student in her ICT elms? Ss listen and follow the text in their books. Allow Ss time to complete the exercise. Check Ss' answers on the board. Suggested Answer Key Miguel's from Mexico. His favourite subject is History.
His favourite sport ;s football. May's from Japan. Her favourite subject is Science. Her favourite sport is badminton. Lyn's from Japan. Her favourite subject is Maths. Her favourite sport is basketball. Maria's from Spain. Her favourite subject is History. Her favourite subject is Art. Her favourite sport is gymnastics. What's your k Hello! What's your consolidate through translation name? A, Where are you from? Read the example aloud. Poland Polish half white, half red k Hello!
What's your B, I'm Turkish white star and crescent on a solid red name? What 's your France-French blue, white and red vertical stripes k Where are you from? Russia-Russian white, blue and fed horizontal stripes B, I'm from Russia. B, Helen. B, I'm from the UK. B, Yes, I'm from London. MexicoMexicon green, white and red vertical stripes B, I'm Spanish red and yellow horizontal stripes with crowned set of arms Demonstrate the task presenting yourself.
My Play the recording. Ss listen and check. I'm from London, Elicit the L1 equivalents from Ss around the class. I'm British. My favourite subject is English and my favourite sport is tennis.
Allow Ss some time Ss' own answers to complete the task. My name's Moria and I'm J2 years old. I'm from Play the recording while Ss listen and complete the Athens, Greece. I'm Greek. My favourite subject is Maths gaps with the missing information. Check Ss' and my favourite sport is swimming. Ask Ss to say the nationality of each of the people in the pictures. Ss play in teams.
A S from Team A says a country. Ask two Ss to read the example aloud. Ss choose roles and complete the task in closed.. The team with the most points is the winner. Team ASl: Spain Ask some pairs to act out the dialogues for the: Team BSI: Spanish class. France Russ ia I. Say the words in your language. What nationality is each person?
Juan ita Vasquez f Age: Mexico J r Name: Davielli r Age: Miller 9 yea rs old r Speaking 4 "'''''''''''''','' I Lountr'y: Giving personal details Ask and answer. Spain, Valencia Portllg: Hellol What 's your name?
My name's I'm from I'm My B: Jane favourite subject is Whefl" are you from? I 'm from Spain. You 're Spanish, then. Yes, I 'm from Valencia. I'm Wo rkbook: Grammar lb Read the box. Then say it In your The verb ,to be' 4 language. Read the box. Then say It in your 1 language. Yes, I am.
Are you Spanish? Yes, you are. I'm Spanish. I'm not Spanish. Is he Spanish? Yes, he Is. You 're Spanish. You aren' t Spanish. Is she Spanish? Yes, she Is. He 's Spanish. He Isn 't Spanish. Is it Spanish? Yes, it is. She's Spanish. She Isn 't Spanish. Are we Spanish? Yes, we are. It's Spanish. It Isn ' t Spanish. We're Spanish. We aren 't Spanish.
Are they Spanish? Yes, they are. You' re Spanish. You aren 't Spanish. They're Spanish. They aren ' t Spanish. Complete the questions. Then write 5 answers. Match A to H, then complete the 2 sentences. Use 'rn, '5, 're, 'm not, isn't, 1 Are they from Japan? Look at the in Scotland.
Ask and [ill We Yea r 9. Ita lian. A Is Moria 8 years old? Yes, he i5. IS Bill and I ,,- twins.
Steve Betty 12 years old. Ss close their books. Write on the board: I am Ingrid. Bill and I are from London. I'm Ingrid. Present the full and contracted forms of Bill and lore 12 years old. Point to a S. You're Morio. Then write it on the Steve is from London. Steve is 12 years old.
What's your consolidate through translation name? A, Where are you from? Read the example aloud. Poland Polish half white, half red k Hello! What's your B, I'm Turkish white star and crescent on a solid red name? What 's your France-French blue, white and red vertical stripes k Where are you from? Russia-Russian white, blue and fed horizontal stripes B, I'm from Russia. B, Helen. He's got brown hair. We use the verb have got to: Mrs Smith lIas got a daughter.
In short answers we do not use got. He 's a teacher. He is He 's got a cat. He has 1 Look at the plc: She hasn't got long brown hair. He hasn't got 0 camera. In pairs, ask and answer questions, as in the example. Have Karen and John got bicycles? Yes, they have. Has Tim got a camera? No he hasn't. No, he hosn I. Have you got a bicycle?
She's B: Yes, and I Deug got big eyes? She is beautiful. Yes, he Mary got thin lips? Bob got a computer? He has got Ben is tall and slim. He 'sgot green eyes.. Write a short description of this person. Stick a picture. ThIs IS my kocf'boord. This is her house. This my brother and this is ollr dog. Complete the table. Translate Into your own language. Possessive Adjectives 1 It's 1 basketball. Speaking Work in groups. Each student points to objects on the desk and makes sentences, as in the example.
They are booh 2 It is a leaf. Writing 4 Rewrite the words In the plural In the correct box. Write down what you can see. Compare with your partner. That is my b;cycle. We answer these questions with it or they. It 's a schoolbag. They are schoolbags. Hello, this is lone Momson.
These are babies. Speaking 3 Work In pairs. This is a rufer. Those are schoofbags. MOOUlt 2 19 The negative of can is cannot or can't. J eR R9t Look at the pictures and tick. Then say what you can or can't do. S Robert and Samantha If Som'J rho fide a bike? A" Cm Robert and Leo speak Spanish. Look at the pictures and follow the lines. S A seagull Speaking 7 Work In pairs. Ask each other questions about what you can do. My name's Dean. I'm 18 years old. I've My friends and I have got a rock band, I can play the guitar.
These are my best friends. Todd and Paul. Todd is t6 years old, He's got short dark brown hair and his eyes are green. He's short and thin. Todd candarlCeIL,: Paul is tall and thin, He can play the drums andhe can sing. What are the equivalent negative forms?
Which Is the word we do not use? What Is t heir plural form? Todd and Paul have got a band that plays rock music. How do we form the plural of nouns? Write two more examples of irregular plurals. Find three examples of the can form. Can you drive a car? Clrde the correct Item. A we B our us 2 Fiona can run very fast.
A a B the C an 3 My brother can play basketball. Can he play with? A we B our us 4 They They are French. A isn't B aren't C haven't S An elephant hasn't got a nose A can not B ean C can't 7 He can ride a bicycle but he A can't B isn't C hasn't James got dark hair?
A scarves B scarfs C scarfes 10 "What's your telephone number? A the B an C a 12 Dolphins have got fins. A isn't B aren't C haven't 13 The They're at the park.
A childs B child C children 14 "Is Kevin nineteen? He's eighteen. A 've got B 's C 'm 17 Wolves A has B are C have got 18 These are my friends from England. There are two desks. Is there? There isn't a desk. There aren't two desks. No, there isn't. Is there a desk? Are there two desks? Are there? No, there aren't. There are fridge, a cooker and a sink in the kitchen.
There are hasn't got a short form. TRere're two chairs We do not repeat the whole question. U5e the prompts to ask and answer questions, as In the example. There is a book on the table. Write sentences, as In the example. We can use some instead.
We use some in interrogative sentences to make offers and requests. There is some milk. There aren't any pillows. There isn't any milk. Are there any pillows? Is there any milk? If a sentence Is wrong, correct the mistake. A lamp is blue. S There aren't A any B some C a 2 There isn't B some C a 4 There aren't A any B some C a 5 There is Have you got Yes, I've got Do you have Yes, I've got 2.
No, but I have Is there I'm afraid there isn't Would you like Yes, please. Can you lend me one? I'm afraid I haven't got Do you want MOOUl 27 Write questions, then answer them about you. Hi Doug, I have a big bedroom. It's blue. Blue is my favourite colour. There is There is 3 """"'''' desk, but there isn't 4 "" There aren't There are What's your favourite room? Write soon, Jack Speaking 10 look at this picture of a restaurant.
Ask and answer questions about the following. The Definite Article 'The' We use 'the': Which vase? The specific vase in the pictu re. I 12 Fill In the where necessary. He's in school band.
Eiffel Tower in It's bright blue today. It's raining outside. Barcelona on hOliday. An - Some! Which dogs? All dogs in general. They aren't on Irish are very friendly people. Amanda and that is MODULl j 29 CDs you've got are very good. He's got Acropolis is in Athens. A a B an C the 2 You can visit one of ITIJ Have you got any magazines?
CID Is there a lamp in your room? There are some in my bookcase. It's on my desk beside the bed. Is that new bike? No, this is What's in Let's see!
Is there We can download Maria is from Has she got That is It is! And we haven't got I can make you That's great. Have you got There aren't That's OK. We can watch Have you got 1 book I can read?
Yes, sure. There's The Hobbit. I've got it. There's also Can I read one of Of course. You can sit there.
That's great! Maria is Italian. Her family is from 1 small village between Milan and Tudn. They've got The family hasn't got Maria has got She hasn't got There are large windows where she can see