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1 UNIT 2 UNI t Work, Rest, and Play Work, Rest, 2 and Play About the Photo This photo was taken at the Central China Normal University, in Wuhan. It is a large, prestigious university with more than 30,000 students, including more than 1,600 international students. For several years now, the university has allowed parents to spend the first night with their children, sleeping on mats in the gymnasium. Some parents find it hard to get used to the idea of their children leaving home and may even experience what is called empty nest syndrome, finding themselves feeling alone and missing their children. Staying for the first night helps parents with the transition. It may not be comfortable, but hundreds of families choose to spend their last night together on the university gym floor. Introduce the theme of the unit. Ask students, When do you work? When do you rest? When do you play? Direct students attention to the photo. Have students describe what they see. Have students discuss the questions with a partner. Have several students share their ideas. Write them on the board. Ask these questions orally or by writing them on the board for students to answer in pairs: What do you do on workdays? Parents sleep in the gymnasium of Central China Normal University after What do you do on weekends? accompanying their children to their first Go over the Unit Goals with the day of school. class. For each goal, elicit any words students already know and write them 14 on the board; for example, vocabulary for daily routines (get up, go to work, have lunch, etc.). 014_48693_se_01_u02_014-025 14 5/28/14 9:59 AM 015_48693_s UNIT 2 GOALS Grammar Vocabulary Listening Talk about a typical day Review: Simple present tense Daily activities Focused listening: Talk about free time Alison catches the bus. Party words Celebrity interview Describe a special celebration or Prepositions of time festival on Saturday, in the morning, Describe daily life in different at five thirty communities Adverbs of frequency We always give presents at Christmas. 14 UNIT 2: Work, Rest, and Play 48396_te_01_u02_014-025.indd 14 25/09/14 11:29 AM

2 Look at the photo, 1 Which word or phrase describes 2 Where do you work, rest, answer the questions: this photo? and play? Unit Theme Overview In this unit, students will learn to talk about regular, repeated activities, using the simple present tense. The sequence of topics discussed moves from the more familiar and universal, to the unique and more specific. Students begin by discussing their daily workday activities, which are fairly similar around the world with some important cultural differences (for example, most North Americans like to take a shower in the morning, to start their day feeling clean and fresh, while Japanese people generally bathe at night, to wash away the cares of the day and go to bed relaxed). They next consider their free-time activities, which show more individual variation, before considering festivals in their country. Throughout the lessons, they are practicing the language used for the recurring events that make up the fabric of our lives, wherever in the world we live. Students will learn about a virtual choir and think about the daily lives of the participants in an amazing project from TED speaker Eric Whitacre, and finally, students will learn about a special festival in Thailand. UNIT 2 GOALS 1. Talk about a typical day 2. Talk about free time 3. Describe a special celebration or festival 4. Describe daily life in different communities 15 28/14 9:59 AM 015_48693_se_01_u02_014-025 15 5/28/14 9:59 AM Speaking Reading Writing Video Journal Talking about daily TED Talks: Eric Writing a descriptive National schedules and free time Whitacre: A Virtual paragraph about a daily Geographic: Pronunciation: Choir 2,000 Voices routine Monkey Business Verbs that end in -s Strong 15 48396_te_01_u02_014-025.indd 15 19/09/14 3:25 PM

3 LESSON A A GOAL 1: Talk About a Typical Day brush your teeth Vocabulary Talk About a get up A Label the pictures. Use phrases from the box. Typical Day eat breakfast go to bed take a shower Vocabulary catch the bus Introduce the topic. Ask, What do go to the movies you do on a typical day? Compile a take a nap list on the board. watch TV a. brush your teeth b. eat breakfast c. go to bed visit friends A Present the vocabulary in the box start work by miming or explaining. eat out Have students work individually or with a partner to label the pictures. Check answers. B Have students circle their daily d. catch the bus e. go to the movies f. eat out activities. Compare answers with the class. For each activity ask for a show of hands from students who do it every day. C Have students write a list of other activities they do every day. g. take a nap h. watch TV i. visit friends Provide vocabulary as necessary. Call on students to read their list to the class. D Have students write the activities that they circled in A and the activities on their list from C in the j. start work k. get up l. take a shower order that they do them. B Circle the activities in exercise A that you do every day. E Introduce/review the use of first, next, then, finally to talk about a C Make a list of other activities you do every day. Share your list with the class. sequence of events. Give an example from the daily routine First I get up, and then I take a shower D In your notebook, write the activities from A and C that you do, in the order that in class: First, we check our you do them. and brush my teeth. homework. Next, we read the lesson. Then, we practice E Describe your weekday routine to a partner. Use first, next, then, and finally. speaking. 16 Unit 2 Have students talk about their daily routines with a partner. Call on students to explain their 016_48693_se_01_u02_014-025 16 5/28/14 10:00 AM 017_48693_s daily routines to the class. Word Bank: Daily activities Grammar: Simple present tense catch the train/ go to class The simple present tense is used for repeated, habitual actions subway take a break (I eat vegetables every day.) and for statements of fact that are clean the house always true (The sun rises in the east.). take care of cook dinner children Common errors to watch for include omitting the -s or -es with the third person singular (He go to work.); adding a form of be do chores sign in/punch in to the verb (He is go to work every day.); and forming negative drive to work/ (at work) sentences with no (He no go to work every day.). school wash the dishes eat lunch 16 UNIT 2: Work, Rest, and Play 48396_te_01_u02_014-025.indd 16 19/09/14 3:25 PM

4 Grammar: Simple present tense Simple present tense Statements Negative Grammar Go over the formation of present I/You start work at eight oclock. I/You dont start work at nine oclock. Alison catches the bus at five thirty. Alison doesnt catch the bus at six thirty. tense statements. Remind students We/They go to the movies every Saturday. We/They dont go to the movies every Friday. they must add -s or -es with he/she. Ask a student to say three things Yes/No questions Short answers he or she does every day. Ask the Do you start work at eight oclock? Yes, I do. No, I dont. Does Alison catch the bus at five thirty? Yes, she does. No, she doesnt. class, What does (Akiko) do every Do we/they go to the movies every Saturday? Yes, we/they do. No, we/they dont. day? Go over the formation of negative *We use the simple present tense to talk about habits and things that are always true. sentences. Ask a student to say A Complete the questions and answers. Prepositions of time three things he or she doesnt do on Sundays. Ask the class what the 1. Q: What time do you get up ? on in at student doesnt do. A: I get up at seven oclock. on Saturday(s) in the morning Go over the formation of Yes/No on the 4th of July at eight oclock 2. Q: Do you watch TV in the morning? in the afternoon questions and short answers. Ask on Valentines Day at night in the evening A: No, I dont watch TV in the morning. on the weekend students questions about their daily 3. Q: Do they go to bed at ten oclock? activities. Elicit short answers. dont go Go over the prepositions of time A: No, they to bed at ten oclock. in the chart. Ask students, When do you do your homework/take a Conversation shower? and elicit answers with the A 7 Listen to the conversation. Does Mia work on Saturday? yes prepositions of time. Omar: So, Mia, youre a secretary. A Have students work individually to Mia: Thats right. Omar: What time do you start work? complete the conversations, then Mia: At nine oclock. check the answers as a class. Omar: Do you work on Saturday? Mia: Yes, I do, but we finish work at twelve oclock on Saturdays. Conversation Omar: What do you do in the evenings? A Have students close their books. Mia: I watch TV or go to the movies. Write the question on the board: B Practice the conversation with a partner. Switch roles and practice Sara starts work at her job as a Does Mia work on Saturday? meteorologist at seven oclock. it again. Play the recording. 7 Check answers. C Change the underlined words and make a new conversation. Play or read the conversation again D GOAL CHECK Talk about a typical day for the class to repeat. Talk with your partner about what you do on Sundays. Mention the times you Practice the conversation with the do each activity. class in chorus. B Have students practice the Work, Rest, and Play 17 conversation with a partner. C Have students work with the same 8/14 10:00 AM 017_48693_se_01_u02_014-025 17 6/3/14 4:59 PM partner to make a new conversation. Grammar: Prepositions of time Grammar Practice: Call on student pairs to present Generally speaking, in is used with broader periods of time: Simple present tense their conversation to the class. in the twentieth century/1976/winter/April/the morning. Have students interview each other On is used with shorter periods of time: on Wednesdays/New about their usual daily activities. D GOAL CHECK Years Day/March 15th. Then have each student write five At is used with points in time: at 7:30/noon. sentences about his or her partners ivide the class into pairs to take D activities. Call on students to read an turns telling about what they do interesting sentence to the class. onSundays. Have several students tell the class about their partners Sundays. Lesson A 17 48396_te_01_u02_014-025.indd 17 25/09/14 11:32 AM

5 LESSON B B GOAL 2: Talk About Free Time Talk About Free Time Listening A Have students look at the picture and describe what they see. Ask, What do you think his job is? Tell students they are going to hear an interview with an actor about his activities on one day of the week. Have them read the question. Listening Play the recording one or more A 8 Listen to the interview. What is Bob talking about? Circle the correct answer. times. 8 a. his daily routine b. his free time c. his work Check answers. B 8 Listen again. Circle the correct answer. B Tell students to listen again to 1. On Sundays, Bob gets up at . the interview and answer the a. eight oclock b. nine oclock c. ten oclock questions. Go over the questions with them. 2. In the morning he . Play the recording one or more a. takes a nap b. visits friends c. goes to a movie times. 8 3. What does he do in the afternoon? Have students compare answers a. He has lunch. b. He watches sports on TV. c. He visits friends. with a partner. 4. What does he do in the evening? Check answers. a. He watches TV. b. He goes out for dinner. c. He visits friends. Tell the class, Bob Hardy is famous. Is his Sunday like yours? Pronunciation: Verbs that end in -s Do you think famous people do A 9 Listen and check () the correct column. normal things? Why or why not? Ends with / s / Ends with / z / Ends with / z / Pronunciation starts A Remind the class that with he or comes she, verbs in the simple present catches tense take -s or -es at the end. watches Point out that the -s has different gets pronunciations (/s/ after a voiceless sound, /z/ after a voiced eats sound, and /z/ after the letters ch, goes sh, s, or z). Tell them to listen to the pronunciations. 18 Unit 2 Play the recording. 9 Point out the differences in 018_48693_se_01_u02_014-025 18 5/28/14 10:00 AM 48587_se_01 pronunciation. Play the recording again and have For Your Information: Leisure activities students mark the sound they Free time is spent in different ways in different popular pastime and listening to the radio came in hear. 9 countries and cultures around the world. In the second. In a similar survey conducted in Japan, the Check answers. United States, a recent survey showed that reading most popular free-time activity was eating out. The was the number one free-time activity. This was second most popular activity was driving. Karaoke, followed by watching TV, then spending time with which ranked fourth, was more popular than family. In a United Kingdom survey on leisure-time watching videos, which came in fifth. Listening to activities, watching TV and videos was the most the radio or music ranked sixth. 18 UNIT 2: Work, Rest, and Play 48396_te_01_u02_014-025.indd 18 25/09/14 11:33 AM

6 B 9 Listen again. Repeat the words. C Use the verbs from exercise A and write sentences. Have your partner read your sentences and check the pronunciation. B Tell students to listen again and repeat the words. Communication Play the recording. 9 A Use the cues to write questions. Answers may vary. Have students practice reading the 1. go to the movies / Saturdays Do you go to the movies on Saturdays? words to a partner. Walk around and help with difficulties. 2. get up / eight oclock / the weekend Do you get up at eight oclock on the weekend/on weekends? C Have students write sentences with 3. watch TV / Sunday mornings Do you watch TV on Sunday mornings? the verbs from A. Have students exchange their 4. take a nap / afternoon / weekend Do you take a nap in the afternoon on the weekend/on weekends? sentences with a partner and read the sentences out loud. Walk 5. eat out / weekend Do you eat out on the weekend/on weekends? around and help with difficulties. Call on several students to read a B Interview two classmates. Use the questions in exercise A. Write yes or no in the chart. sentence. Question Classmates name Classmates name Communication A Have students write questions 1. using the prompts. 2. Have students compare answers 3. with a partner. 4. Check and write the questions on 5. the board. B Have students interview two C Tell a partner about the interviews. classmates using the questions from A. Ana goes to the movies on Saturdays, and so does Sebastian. Ana goes to the movies on Have students complete the chart Saturdays, but Sebastian doesnt. with their classmates information. Word Focus C Point out the information in the Ana doesnt go to the movies on Saturdays, but Sebastian does. Ana doesnt go to the movies on We use so do/does to Word Focus box. Saturdays, and neither does Sebastian. connect two affirmative Model the sample dialog with sentences. astudent. We use neither do/does D GOAL CHECK Talk about free time Divide the class into pairs and to connect two negative Talk with a partner about your free time. sentences. have them tell each other about the We use but when the people they interviewed. Remind What do you do in your free time? sentences are different. them to use so, but, and neither. Have several students share Work, Rest, and Play 19 sentences with the class. D GOAL CHECK 8/14 10:00 AM 48587_se_01_u02_014-025.indd 19 07/08/14 11:10 AM Have students change partners. Teacher Tip Expansion Activity Have them tell their new partners When checking answers to exercises that focus on accuracy Have students work with a partner to about what they do in their free (for example, the grammar exercises), it is helpful to write prepare an imaginary interview with time and when they usually do it. the correct answers on the board as well so that students can a famous person, asking about his check that they have written the correct answers in their book or her activities on a Saturday or a or notebook. For some students, only hearing the answers may Sunday. Have students role-play the not be enough, they need to see them as well. Students can interview. also be involved in writing the answers on the board and then the class can check them together. Lesson B 19 48396_te_01_u02_014-025.indd 19 19/09/14 3:25 PM

7 LESSON C C GOAL 3: Describe a Special Celebration or Festival Describe a Special Celebration or Festival Language Expansion A Have students look at the photos and say what they see. Have students work individually People in India enjoy Diwali, to read the captions and the text the Festival of Lights. They aboutcelebrations. decorate streets and houses Ask, What countries does the in many colors. text talk about? (India, the United States, Italy) What are the Language Expansion: Party words celebrations there called? (Diwali, A Read the text and captions. Pay attention to the words in blue. Independence Day, Carnival) Go over the meanings of the words All around the world, people need to celebrate. During the week in blue. we work, on weekends we rest, but we also need to have fun. Festivals are special celebrations. During festivals people dance, B Have students work individually to sing, wear different clothes, eat special food, and give presents In the United States, Americans to friends and family. fill in the correct words. end their Independence Day celebrations with fireworks. Have students compare answers B Complete the sentences with the words in blue. with a partner. Check answers. 1. We watch the fireworks on New Years Eve. 2. I love parties. You can dance and sing. Its fun ! C Divide the class into pairs and have 3. At Halloween, children wear costumes and students discuss the questions. masks to cover their faces. Draw a chart on the board with three columns: fireworks, 4. We celebrate Christmas on the 24th and 25th of costumes, presents. Have December. studentsshare their answers 5. I always give my mother presents on her birthday. and complete the chart with the 6. I like to decorate the house for holidays. different celebrations. In Venice, people wear C Discuss the following questions about your country with a partner. costumes and cover their faces with masks to 1. Do you watch fireworks? If so, when? celebrate Carnival. 2. Do you wear costumes? If so, when? 3. Do you give presents? If so, when? 20 Unit 2 020_48693_se_01_u02_014-025 20 5/28/14 10:00 AM 021_48693_s For Your Information: Famous festivals Las Fallas (Valencia, Spain): Huge paper figures and Calgary Stampede (Calgary, Canada): The city sponsors a scenes are built on the streets and then burned on huge rodeo with cowboy competitions, food, and music. March 19. Songkran (Thailand): People celebrate the Thai New Hogmanay (Edinburgh, Scotland): People celebrate Year by throwing water on each other in the streets. New Years Eve with parades, fireworks, and noisy Dragon Boat Festival (Hong Kong): Dragon-shaped parties. boats filled with rowers and drummers have races. Jidai Matsuri (Kyoto, Japan): People dress in Camel Fair (Pushkar, India): Thousands of camels costumes from all eras of the citys history and and their owners gather to race and celebrate. parade through the streets. 20 UNIT 2: Work, Rest, and Play 48396_te_01_u02_014-025.indd 20 19/09/14 3:25 PM

8 Grammar: Adverbs of frequency 0% 100% never sometimes often always Grammar Word order Direct students attention to the line Subject Adverb of frequency Verb with percentages. Tell the class, We always give presents at Christmas. I always get up early. What about We never dance in the streets at Christmas. you? Elicit, I sometimes/never/ usually get up early. Continue with Subject Be Adverb of frequency other unit vocabulary. Christmas is always in December. Go over the information in the Carnival is usually in February or March. chart. *We use adverbs of frequency to say how often we do something. *Adverbs of frequency come before the verb unless the verb is be. A Have students work individually to write the sentences. Remind them A Unscramble the words to make sentences. Write the sentences. that adverbs come after be, but 1. always We have a on Thanksgiving. turkey We always have a turkey on Thanksgiving. before other verbs. Have students compare answers 2. Valentines Day. never I send cards on I never send cards on Valentines Day. with a partner, then check answers 3. sometimes on visit our We neighbors New Years. We sometimes visit our neighbors on New Years. as a class. 4. Nur his forgets wifes sometimes birthday. Nur sometimes forgets his wifes birthday/Nur B Divide the class into pairs to talk forgets his wifes birthday sometimes. 5. is in summer. It hot usually It is usually hot in summer. about the things in A that they do (or dont do). B Take turns. Tell a partner which sentences in exercise A are true for you. Compare answers with the class. Conversation Conversation A 10 Listen to the conversation. Does Chuck have a family meal on New Years Eve? no A Have students close their books. Diego: What do you do on New Years Eve? Write the question on the board: Chuck: Well, we sometimes go downtown. There are fireworks. Its really pretty. Does Chuck have a family meal on Other people invite friends to their house and they have a party. New Years Eve? Real Language Diego: Do you give presents to your friends and family? Play the recording. 10 Chuck: No, we never give presents on New Years Eve. We say we party when we Check answers. Diego: Do you have a meal with your family? have fun with family or friends. Chuck: No, we do that on Christmas. On New Years Eve we just have a party! Play or read the conversation again for the class to repeat. Point out the B Practice the conversation with a partner. Switch roles and practice it again. Real Language box. Explain that we party (using party as a verb) is C Change the underlined words and make a new conversation. informal language. 10 Practice the conversation with the D GOAL CHECK Describe a special celebration or festival class in chorus. Talk with a partner about your favorite celebration or festival. B Have students practice the Work, Rest, and Play 21 conversation with a partner and then switch roles. 8/14 10:00 AM 021_48693_se_01_u02_014-025 21 6/3/14 4:59 PM C Have students work with the same partner to make a new Grammar: Adverbs of Grammar Practice: Adverbs of frequency conversation. frequency With the class, make a list of festivals and celebrations in the Call on student pairs to present Adverbs modify (give more students countries, including birthdays. Tell each student to their conversation to the class. information about) the action in choose one celebration they enjoy and one celebration they the verb of a sentence. Frequency dont enjoy very much. Have them write five sentences about adverbs answer the question, what they do for each celebration, using adverbs of frequency. D GOAL CHECK Howoften? (Give examples: I dont like New Years Eve. I always stay home. I usually go to bed early!) Call on students to read one ave students change partners and H The most common error to watch then talk about what they do for out for is in word order: He gets up of their lists to the class. What are their favorite celebrations? What are their least favorite? their favorite celebration or festival. sometimes early. I never am late. Lesson C 21 48396_te_01_u02_014-025.indd 21 19/09/14 3:25 PM

9 LESSON D D GOAL 4: Describe Daily Life in Different Communities Reading Describe Daily A Look at the pictures. What kind of music Life in Different does each show? Discuss with a partner. Suggested answers: Eric Whitacre Composer/Conductor Communities A virtuAl Reading choir 2,000 Have students look at the pictures A and describe what they see. B opera, classical, rock In pairs, talk about your favorite types voicEs strong Have students identify the kind of of music. When and where do you The following article is about Eric Whitacre. After listen to music? Unit 3, youll have the opportunity to watch some of music they see. Then have them Whitacres TED Talk and learn more about his idea discuss their answers with a partner. c Read the article. Choose the correct answer. worth spreading. Compare answers with the class. 1. As a child, Eric Whitacre wanted to be . B Divide the class into pairs and Eric Whitacre is a composer and conductor. He a. a teacher c. a composer is excited about using choral music to join people have students talk about the kinds b. in a band together from all around the world. of music they like and when and 2. When Eric Whitacre for the As a child, Eric Whitacre lived in a small town with where they listen to music. first time, it surprised him. many farms. He loved music. He didnt know how to Have several students share their read music, but he often played instruments. He always a. wrote music answers with the class. Write a list b. sang with a choir wanted to be part of a rock or pop band. Years later, of different types of music on the c. met a conductor he went to college. There he met the conductor of the board. 3. He became a famous conductor and colleges choir. At first, Eric didnt want to join the choir, but finally he did. . C Have students read the statements. The first time that Eric Whitacre sang with the Point out the words in the Word a. composer c. student choir, it was a big surprise. He thought that choral b. singer Bank. music was beautiful and interesting. He learned how to 4. makes it possible for people read music, and then he began to write musical pieces. Have students read the article all over the world to join Eric Whitacres Hebecame a successful composer and conductor. and choose the correct words to virtual choir. Whitacres choir is very unusual because its complete the sentences. completely virtual. The Internet makes this possible. a. Pop music c. The Internet Have students compare answers b. College The members of the choir dont know each other. They with a partner. are different ages, from different countries, and have 5. The people in the choir are united by different professions. But they are united by their love Check answers. . of singing and their desire to be part of a worldwide a. a love of singing c. family community that makes beautiful music. b. living near each other WorD BAnK choir group of people that sing together choral related to a choir composer person who writes music conductor person who leads a choir virtual on computers or on the Internet 22 Unit 2 022_48693_se_01_u02_022-024 22 6/3/14 3:56 PM 023_48693_s For Your Information: Eric Whitacre Eric Whitacre is a conductor and composer from become known for his virtual choir. Whitacre had the the United States. Whitacre grew up in a small idea in response to a fan posting a video on YouTube farming town, but always had a passion for music. of herself singing one of his pieces. This project has In college, he joined the choir and that experience been hugely successful in uniting singers of all ages had such an impact on him that he began writing from around the world to sing. Whitacres work has choral pieces. He went on to study at the Juilliard shown how technology can be used to bring people School, a prestigious performing arts school in together in a positive way. The virtual choir has New York City. Whitacre wrote his first choral work created a sense of community among people who in his early twenties and has received Grammy have never met, and will probably never meet, but nominations for his work. However, he recently has who can still be part of the same incredible choir. 22 UNIT 2: Work, Rest, and Play TEDTALKS 48396_te_01_u02_014-025.indd 22 19/09/14 3:25 PM

10 The most transformative experience Ive Reading Tip ever had . . . I felt for the first time in my As well as going over the meanings of words that students do not life that I was part of something bigger understand, it is also important than myself. to check the pronunciation of any Eric Whitacre unfamiliar words. Choir is one word that has a difficult pronunciation. The pronunciation is /kwar/, and students might need the pronunciation modeled several times before they can say it comfortably. A choir blends many voices together to make music. 23 6/3/14 3:56 PM 023_48693_se_01_u02_022-024 23 6/3/14 3:56 PM After Reading Have students work individually or in pairs to search online for more information about Eric Whitacre and his virtual choir. Have them tell the class what they found. TEDTALKS Lesson D 23 48396_te_01_u02_014-025.indd 23 19/09/14 3:25 PM

11 LESSON LESSON D D GOAL 4: Describe Daily Life in Different Communities Writing A Have students look at the photo and describe what they see. Tell them this person is in the virtual choir. Introduce the idea of lifestyle. Ask, What do you think her life is like? What does she do on a typical day? Write students ideas on the board. Have students complete the paragraph, then check answers as Writing Strategy Writing a class. A word web can help you A Complete the paragraph about a singers morning routine. B Copy the morning routine word web brainstorm and organize get up onto the board. Focus students ideas before you write. In the morning, I early, around 6:30. Next to attention on the Writing Strategy. my room is the bathroom, where I take a shower . Then, I Explain how organizing ideas before eat breakfast in the kitchen. I never watch TV at breakfast; catch writing is a helpful strategy to write the bus I often listen to music. more effectively. Have students complete the word B Fill in the word web with activities that are related to morning routines. web. morning C Make a word web about your daily routine. Then write a paragraph Have students share their ideas routine describing your day. With a partner, talk about how the singers and complete the word web on the lifestyle is the same or different than yours. board. Communication C Have students make a word web A Eric Whitacre always spent a lot of his free time making music. Now about their daily routine. hes a famous composer and conductor. With a partner, talk about The virtual choir the following: What do you love to do in your free time? What is your Then have them write a paragraph enables people who dream job? Are they related? describing their day. begin their daily Have students talk about how the routines at very B GOAL CHECK Describe daily life in different communities singers lifestyle is similar to or different times to Read the paragraph on the left. Pick a singer from the virtual choir. come together and different than their own. make music. At Imagine his or her daily routine. With a partner, write a paragraph describing the day. Talk about how the singers lifestyle is the same or 8 a.m.in the United Communication States, Melody is different than yours. Have students tell you anything waking up. What A time is it for Georgie they remember about Eric Whitacre. and Cheryl Ang? Write their ideas on the board. Ask, What do you think Is he happy? Does he like his job? they are doing? Have students read the directions Georgie from England Cheryl Ang from Singapore Melody Myers from the U.S. and discuss the questions with a 24 Unit 2 partner. B GOAL CHECK 024_48693_se_01_u02_022-024 24 6/3/14 3:57 PM 025_48693_s Divide the class into pairs. Have Teacher Tip: Starting and ending group and pair work them pick a singer from the virtual To make group and pair work go smoothly, its helpful to use clear signals for beginning and ending choir and write a paragraph the task. describing the singers daily Write starting and ending times on the board (Group work starts: 10:15. Group work ends: 10:25.) routine. Then they should discuss Tell your students that group work ends when you clap your hands three times. how the singers lifestyle is similar Train your students that when they see you raise your hand, they should also raise their hands and stop to and different from theirown. talking. The room will fall silent without you interrupting. Have several pairs share their paragraph with the class. 24 UNIT 2: Work, Rest, and Play 48396_te_01_u02_014-025.indd 24 25/09/14 11:35 AM

12 LESSON LESSON VIDEO JOURNAL: Monkey Business E E Video Journal: Monkey Business Before You Watch A Have students look at the photo and describe what they see. Have students read the directions and circle the words and expressions they think they will hear in the video. Monkeys in Lopburi While You Watch Before You Watch food take a nap A Have students read the statements. A You are going to watch a video about a monkey festival. Circle five words or dance watch TV Play the video and have students expressions you think you will hear in the video. Answers may vary. visit friends water answer true or false. Have students compare answers While You Watch presents tourist with a partner. Play the video again A Watch the video. Circle T for true or F for false. as necessary. 1. The monkey festival is on the last Sunday in November. T F Check answers and confirm 2. The monkeys dance. T F the words from Before You 3. The people give the monkeys lots of food. T F WatchA. 4. The monkeys cut the electric and telephone cables. T F B Have students read the questions B Watch the video again and answer the questions. and write any answers they already 1. In which country is Lopburi? Thailand 3. What is the first goal of the festival? to feed the monkeys know. Play the video again and have 2. What do the people do for the monkey festival? 4. What is the second goal of the festival? for the tourists They take food and water to the monkeys, students confirm or complete their dance, and have parades. After You Watch answers. The monkeys of Lopburi are interesting because in other countries, monkeys dont Have students compare answers live with people. They are wild. But in Lopburi, they live with people. They are tame. with a partner. Play the video again as necessary. A Write the animals from the box in the correct column. Add other animals. Answers may vary. birds cats cows Check answers. Wild Tame lions horses elephants lions, elephants, cats, dogs, After You Watch birds, horses horses, birds, A Have students read the information. cows Ask, Do wild animals live with people? What about tame animals? Have students write the animals in Work, Rest, and Play 25 the correct column of the chart. Have students compare answers 6/3/14 3:57 PM 025_48693_se_01_u02_014-025 25 6/3/14 4:59 PM with a partner. Have them add other animals to the chart. For Your Information: The Monkey Festival Check answers by completing the In Thailand, monkeys are revered because they are banquet is organized for the monkeys at the Phra chart on the board. considered descendants of the monkey god Hanuman. Prang Sam Yot temple. Large amounts of fruit and The Thai people believe monkeys bring good luck and other foods are beautifully arranged at the temple wealth, so in the town of Lopburi, macaque monkeys for the monkeys. The Monkey Festival is not only roam the streets freely and are fed by the local people. important to the local people, it also attracts a lot of But on the last Sunday of November every year, a tourists, which is good for the local economy. Lessons D and E 25 48396_te_01_u02_014-025.indd 25 19/09/14 3:25 PM

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