Wednesday, June 22, 2016

Life Elementary Textbook: 4D In Your Gap Year p.52

(Supplemental Materials for Specific Textbooks--Life Elementary)



Lesson Plan (drive, docs, pub)
PowerPoint for lesson (drive, slides, pub)

quizlet (drive, docs, pub)
Match the Pictures to the jobs (drive, docs, pub)
Sentence Stress (drive, docs, pub)
Listening transcript (drive, docs, pub)
Find Someone Who (drive, docs, pub)
Lead-in Match Pictures to Description (drive, docs, pub)
Crossword Puzzle (drive)
Crossword Puzzle questions (drive, docs, pub)
Crossword Puzzle answers (drive)
Choose a job for your partner (drive, docs, pub)













1. Help the lions: Volunteer in Zambia and help hundreds of orphan lion cubs.  

2. Write a newspaper: An English newspaper in Bolivia needs young enthusiastic journalists.

3. Teach English: Work with young children in schools all over the world.

4. Clean up the river: Help pick up trash from the river.

5. Watch the children: Watch young children while their parents are busy working.

6. Feed the hungry: Help bring food to hungry people.

7. Building houses: Help build houses for poor people.

8. Hospital Volunteer: Help the doctors care for the sick people.

9. Farm Volunteer: Help poor farmers with their fields.

10. Traffic Safety Patrol: Help young children safely cross the street.

Ask your partner questions in order to determine which job is best for them.
You can use some of these structures:
Are you good at ________________? (noun, Ving)
Do you like ________________? (noun, Ving)
Can you  ________________? (V1)


6 Across →
I like _________  people. (help)
2 Across →
I’m not good at _________. (ski)
4 Across →
I can _________  tennis. (play)
5 Across →
I can’t _________ very high. (jump)
8 Across →
Do you like _________? (sing)
9 Across →
I don’t like _________. (run)
1 Down ↓
I’m good at _________. (swim)
3 Down ↓
Can you _________  across the top of a mountain? (cycle)
7 Down ↓
Are you good at _________ sports? (play)


Find Someone Who:
1. Find someone who is good at swimming ______________________________
2. Find someone who can ski ______________________________
3. Find someone who likes playing soccer ______________________________
4. Find someone who doesn’t like playing soccer ______________________________
5. Find someone who can’t swim ______________________________
6. Find someone who isn’t good at Math ______________________________
7. Find someone who likes cooking ______________________________
8. Find someone who can play tennis ______________________________

Which of these phrases do you hear?  Match the phrases to the gaps.
A). Are you good at teaching?
B). How well can you speak English?
C). Can you teach?
D). Do you like animals?
E). I can speak English well.
F). I can’t go for eighteen months.
G). I’m not very good at writing
H). I don’t like animals
J). I love them!

T: Hello, Gap Year Volunteer Work.  Can I help you?
S: Yes, hello.  I’d like some information about your gap year jobs.  I’m a student and I want to travel next year.  Do you have any interesting volunteer jobs?
T: Sure.  We have a job for English teachers.  (1)___.
S: Err.  I don’t know.  (2)___, but what other jobs are there?
T: Can you write?  There’s an English newspaper in Bolivia.  They need journalists.  But it’s for 18 months.
S: No, I can’t go for 18 months.  And (3)___.  Is there anything else?
T: Do you like animals?
S: Yes, (4)___!
T: Well, we have a job in Zambia.  It’s with lion cubs.
S: Wow!  That sounds interesting.  What’s the job exactly?
Answers:
T: Hello, Gap Year Volunteer Work.  Can I help you?
S: Yes, hello.  I’d like some information about your gap year jobs.  I’m a student and I want to travel next year.  Do you have any interesting volunteer jobs?
T: Sure.  We have a job for English teachers.  Are you good at teaching?
S: Err.  I don’t know.  I can speak English well, but what other jobs are there?
T: Can you write?  There’s an English newspaper in Bolivia.  They need journalists.  But it’s for 18 months.
S: No, I can’t go for 18 months.  And I’m not very good at writing.  Is there anything else?
T: Do you like animals?
S: Yes, I love them!
T: Well, we have a job in Zambia.  It’s with lion cubs.
S: Wow!  That sounds interesting.  What’s the job exactly?


Life Elementary 4d In your Gap Year p.52
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Life Elementary 4d In your Gap Year p.52
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Life Elementary 4d In your Gap Year p.52
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Life Elementary 4d In your Gap Year p.52
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In English, not every word in a sentence is stressed equally.  Some words have a stronger stress.  Listen, and underline the stressed words.
1. Are you good at writing?
2. I’m good at writing.
3. Can you teach?
4. How well can you teach?
5. I can’t speak English very well.
6. Do you like animals?
7. I love animals!


Help the lions: Volunteer in Zambia and help hundreds of orphan lion cubs.  
Write a newspaper: An English newspaper in Bolivia needs young enthusiastic journalists.
Teach English: Work with young children in schools all over the world.
Clean up the river: Help pick up trash from the river.
Watch the children: Watch young children while their parents are busy working.
Feed the hungry: Help bring food to hungry people.
Building houses: Help build houses for poor people.
Hospital Volunteer: Help the doctors care for the sick people.
Farm Volunteer: Help poor farmers with their fields.
Traffic Safety Patrol: Help young children safely cross the street.

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