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 Vocabulary Jot Thoughts  Types of sport 4 cards for everybody 2 min Vocabulary Jot Thoughts Types of sport 4 cards for everybody 2 min Sorting out 1 min

 Vocabulary Tic-Tac-Toe 01 02 Vocabulary Tic-Tac-Toe

 Vocabulary 1 p 12 Rally Robin 2 min 01 02 Vocabulary 1 p 12 Rally Robin 2 min

 Vocabulary 1 Lost 2 Dirty 3 Played 4 Home 5 Postponed 6 Win Vocabulary 1 Lost 2 Dirty 3 Played 4 Home 5 Postponed 6 Win 7 Score 8 Live 9 team

 Vocabulary 2 p 12 All Write Round Robin 4 min P 101 02 Vocabulary 2 p 12 All Write Round Robin 4 min P

 Vocabulary Ways to walk - Family words 1 March 2 Slip 3 Crawled Vocabulary Ways to walk — Family words 1 March 2 Slip 3 Crawled 4 Wandering 5 Crept 6 Sprinted 7 Staggered 8 Straye d 9 trips

 Vocabulary 3 p 12 3 min 01 02 Vocabulary 3 p 12 3 min

 Vocabulary 1 Fixed 2 Injured 3 Capacity 4 Opponent 5 Tournament 6 Faith Vocabulary 1 Fixed 2 Injured 3 Capacity 4 Opponent 5 Tournament 6 Faith 7 Slim 8 condition

 Vocabulary 4 p 12 Round Table 3 min P 2 starts 01 02 Vocabulary 4 p 12 Round Table 3 min P 2 starts

 Vocabulary 1 Volunteer 2 Were involved 3 Obtain 4 Dropped out 5 Handle Vocabulary 1 Volunteer 2 Were involved 3 Obtain 4 Dropped out 5 Handle 6 defect

 Vocabulary 5 p 12 Rally Table 2 min 01 02 Vocabulary 5 p 12 Rally Table 2 min

 Vocabulary 01 02 Vocabulary

 Vocabulary Mix-Pair-Share Rally Robin – 1 min 01 02 Vocabulary Mix-Pair-Share Rally Robin – 1 min

 Vocabulary Exercise 5 (p. 12) 2 He always likes to win an argument. Vocabulary Exercise 5 (p. 12) 2 He always likes to win an argument. 3 If you eat too much, you will gain weight. 4 He took the job to gain experience in the industry. 5 Despite trying her best, she never wins a competition. 6 It is an honour to win a medal at the Olympics. 7 You will gain speed as you go downhill on a bicycle. 8 He was held hostage for six months before gaining his freedom.

 Present Tenses Frayer Model Definition Characteristics Examples Non-examples Present Simple Present Progressive 5 Present Tenses Frayer Model Definition Characteristics Examples Non-examples Present Simple Present Progressive 5 min

 Present Tenses 6 p 13 Round Table 5 min P 3 starts 01 Present Tenses 6 p 13 Round Table 5 min P 3 starts

 Present Tenses 1 See 2 Am seeing 3 Are you smelling 4 Are Present Tenses 1 See 2 Am seeing 3 Are you smelling 4 Are you enjoying 5 Enjoy 6 Is 7 Is being 8 Am thinking 9 Don’t think 10 Am having 11 Have 12 Appear 13 Am appearing 14 Are you tasting 15 tastes

 Present Tenses Frayer Model Definition Characteristics Examples Non-examples Present Perfect Progressive 01 22 Present Tenses Frayer Model Definition Characteristics Examples Non-examples Present Perfect Progressive

 Present Tenses 7 p 13 Round Table  4 min P 4 starts Present Tenses 7 p 13 Round Table 4 min P 4 starts

 Present Tenses 1 Is, is talking 2 Seems, are becoming 3 Are always Present Tenses 1 Is, is talking 2 Seems, are becoming 3 Are always using 4 Are, haven’t visited 5 Have been walking 6 Has been driving 7 Doesn’t stop 8 Has lived/had been living 9 Do you earn 10 Have eaten

Grammar Exercise 7 (p. 13) 1 is – fact is talking – action takingGrammar Exercise 7 (p. 13) 1 is – fact is talking – action taking place now 2 seems (that) – expression are becoming – currently changing and developing situation 3 to express anger or irritation 4 are – state/fact haven’t visited – an action which started in the past and continues to the present

Grammar 5 to put emphasis on an action which started in the past, lastedGrammar 5 to put emphasis on an action which started in the past, lasted for sometime with the result visible in the present 6 to put emphasis on the duration of an action which started in the past and continues to the present. 7 fact 8 action which started in the past and continues to the present/to put emphasis on the duration of an action which started in the past and continues to the present 9 question 10 personal experience

 Talking Expressing interest Pairs 01 0 D Talking Expressing interest Pairs

 Talking 2 Was it really? 3 Wow! That’s great. 4 How exciting! 5 Talking 2 Was it really? 3 Wow! That’s great. 4 How exciting! 5 Did you really? 6 Was it really? 7 Oh, no! That’s terrible!

 9 p 13 A contest 01 2901 9 p 13 A contest

 9 p 13 1 C 2 D 3 D 4 A 5 B 9 p

Home Work You have received a letter from your English-speaking pen-friend Tom who writes:Home Work You have received a letter from your English-speaking pen-friend Tom who writes: Last summer my parents and I went hiking to the mountains. We spent the whole week together and enjoyed it very much. How often do you take active holidays? Who do you think is the best company for you? What extreme sports would you like to try, if any, and why? Last month our English class got an interesting project. We wrote a paper about interesting events in the past of our country … Write a letter to Tom. In your letter — answer his questions — ask 3 questions about his project paper

Reflection Aha! And Huh? Write down 1 or 2 “ahas” (something you learned) AndReflection Aha! And Huh? Write down 1 or 2 “ahas” (something you learned) And 1 or 2 “huhs” (things you still have questions about) 2 min