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The analysis of PROJECT


I. In this coursebook learning new language items is through:

       Independent words (pen, table, coursebook, animal, mother, sing, yesterday, nice,
        pay, apply, ask,....)


p. 5 exercise 1
- This exercise works with independent words: stronger, nicer, easier, longer, harder, faster,
closer, better. Students are asked to complete the song with these words.
p. 7 exercise 7
- Students are asked to fill the gaps in the expressions with these words: married, moved,
lived, died, born, started, grew
p. 11 exercise 6a
- Students should match these lexical items after listening: brilliant, all right, mega, OK,
terrible, great, fantastic, fun, bad, (a bit boring, really exciting, good time –word
combinations).
p. 13 exercise 3 Students should complete the missing individual words. This exercise is
based on previous reading. Students can search the text and find the missing words.
p. 15 exercise 6 In this exercise the meaning of individual words (running, basketball,
dancing, ice hockey, cooking, skiing, canoeing,...) is expressed by the pictures and students
are asked to add some more to the list and later to work with a partner and use these words in
dialogues.
p. 21 exercise 4 In this exercise students are asked to search the text and to add words to
the topic: school subject and technology.
p. 24 exercise 1 Students use individual words in the text, they are asked to fill the gaps in
sentences with words: meet, be, eat, not leave, can't, go, want, drink, arrive, have, sit, ....
p. 33 exercise 4 Students learn prepositions and new words. Students should use correct
prepositions to the words: a hospital, a shop, space, a city, a farm, TV,...
p. 34 exercise 2 Students should use names of countries (Argentina, China, India, Canada,
Turkey,....) and work with the text to finish this exercise.
p. 35 exercise 4 In this exercise students practise words: sleep, volleyball, eat test, ready, to
use them in the sentences.
p. 37 exercise 6 Students work with the text and complete the table. They should find
adjectives that are missing in the table.
p. 41 exercise 2 This exercise involves searching the previous text, students are asked to find
the location of words: the oil, the buttler's fingerprints, the plate, the cup, the potatoes.
p. 44 exercise 1 In this exercise students describe pictures by using words: hoover, do, wash,
clean, cook, set, make, wash up
p. 52 exercise 3 This exercise directs students to find the meaning of the words in the text:
rubbish, bread, the wind, bricks, ....
p. 53 exercise 4 Students are asked to find opposites of words: wide, straight, clean, new,
cold, we, same, ugly; find the comparative of these words: clean, beautiful, safe, good
p. 61 exercise 4 Working with words – a cartoon, a romantic comedy, a musical, a thriller,
p. 61 exercise 5 This exercise is based on previous reading. Students should choose the right
answer according to the text.
p. 63 exercise 1, 2 Students should complete song with these words : world, up, down, head,
walk, smile, love, key, stop, time, shoulders.
p. 64 exercise 1b In this exercise students work with the map where are described the names
of the shops.
p. 65 exercise 3 Students work with a dictionary and words: plug in, connect, compartment,
battery, remote.
p. 67 exercise 5 This exercise involves working with a dictionary. Students find a word for
every letter of the alphabet.
p. 69 exercise7 Working with words: hungry, tired, a headache hurts, painful.
p. 81 exercise 3 Students are asked to complete sentences with words from the table.
p. 82 exercise 2 Students read and listen and then work with words from the table.
p. 83 exercise 2 Students search the text of the song and find the meaning of words: gonna,
wanna, ′cause.
       Chunks or word combinations (It ′s lovely. polite suggestion, I don't mind, in the
        morning, I strongly advise you, alcoholic drink, ....)
p. 4 exercise 2a Students work with expressions that are used for working with the
coursebook. e.g. The contents page, Pronunciation Practice, Revision units
p. 7 exercise 9 Students work with expression about their life.
p. 9 exercise 4 Students work with everyday expressions and complete dialogues with them.
p. 9 exercise 7 Students work with the text, search words, uses expression from the table for
a certain type of situations.
p. 11 exercise 5 Students work with expressions of free time, this exercise is based on reading
the text.
p. 11 exercise 6 In this exercise students match expressions of evaluation.
p. 17 exercise 3 Everyday expressions, this exercise includes applying expressions in
conversation, working in groups.
p. 17 exercise 8 Expression with verb have, students are asked to express these expressions in
their language and write sentences with these expressions.
p. 19 exercise 4 Students should use expressions from the table to answer questions about
the text.
p. 25, exercise 4,5 Students uses the expressions to write answers and ideas.
p. 27, exercise 4 Students complete the text by words.
p. 28, exercise 3 Students match everyday expressions, say equivalents in their language, use
them in conversation, work in groups.
p. 31 exercise 4 Students practice expressions - don't worry, it's all right, OK, I'm sorry.
p. 31 exercise 5 Students work with a partner to make dialogues with expressions – look it up
in the dictionary, answer it, phone again later, take the bus,...
p. 32 exercise 1 Students answer the questions about their future by choosing the right
expression.
p. 32 exercise 3 Students use expressions from the table in conversation with a partner.
p. 33 exercise 5 Students listen and then answer questions by using expressions from the
table, discuss with a partner.
p. 35 exercise 7 Students use time expressions in discussion.
p. 37 exercise 4, 5 Students work with everyday expressions to make dialogues.
p. 37 exercise 6 Students complete expressions in the table and then make dialogues with a
partner.
p. 39 exercise 6 Students match words to make expressions.
p. 41, exercise 3 Students use given expressions in discussion.
p. 42, exercise 2 Students search the text to complete the chart with expressions.
p. 43 Students are asked to write short text based on the knowledge from the unit, to fulfill
the task students have to use expressions from the unit.
p. 44 exercise 3 Students use given expressions to talk about the past time.
p. 45 exercise 5 Students are asked to write sentences with verbs.
p. 47 exercise 2, 3, 4 Students use the expressions of places and use the
p. 47 exercise 2 Students listen and match expressions to the pictures.
p. 47 exercise 5 Students listen to the conversation and write about the listening some notes.
p. 49 exercise 6 Students use the expressions of time in conversation based on reading.
p. 49 exercise 7 Students match expressions of making arrangements, make dialogues.
p. 51, exercise 4, 5 Students complete expressions of asking and giving directions to people.
p. 51 exercise 6 Students are asked to find words in the text to match diagrams.
p. 55 exercise 4 Students should use words in expressions
p. 57 exercise 3, 5 Students are asked to connect the two halves of the everyday expressions
p. 57 exercise 4 Students work in a group to act out the story according to the expressions.
p. 57 exercise 6 Students use given expressions in dialogues, listen and answer questions,
use expressions from listening in dialogues.
p. 59 exercise 5, 6 Students write sentences using expressions of daily routine.
p. 59 exercise 7 Students are asked to write expressions from their lives.
p. 65 exercise 3 Students use expressions of operating TV and video recorder.
p. 66 exercise 1, 2 Students read a text about school rules and then match pictures to the
correct rules.
p. 69 exercise 3 Students are asked to use given everyday expressions in dialogues, complete
the story from the coursebook, listen and check their ideas.
p. 69 exercise 7 Students work with expressions and complete the table.
p. 71 exercise 6 Students describe the picture and complete the sentences with given
expressions.
p. 73 exercise 4 Students are asked to match the words to make phrasal verbs from the text.
p. 77 exercise 3, 4 Students are asked to complete the expressions with words, listen and act
out the story.
p. 77 exercise 5 Student use the expression on earth.
p. 77 exercise 6 Students explore word go and …by working with the text from the
coursebook. Students complete the dialogues by given expressions.
p. 79 exercise 5 Students answer the question according to the pictures and expressions.
p. 79 exercise 6 Students are asked to find nouns that go with given verbs.
p. 84 exercise 3 Students use expressions according to the pictures
p. 85 exercise Students use expressions from the table according to the pictures.
      Generalization of the lexical patterns (similar lexical patters are introduced in the
       text to be noticed, observed, compared by learners.


p. 6 exercise 2, 3 Students read the text and answer the questions – there are highlighted
expressions that are used for past simple tense.
p. 6 exercise 4, 5, 6 Students complete the sentences from the text and compare past and
present time to notice the differences.
p. 10 exercise 2, 3 Students read and listen to the dialogue and complete the sentences.
Students can see the different use of language between the present and past time
p. 14 exercise 2,3 Students read and listen to the text and compare the different use of
language.
p. 18 exercise 1,3 Students read and listen to the story, answer questions and are asked to
compare the sentences I run five miles every day x In this photo I am running....
p. 26 exercise 2 Students read and listen, there are used widely expressions of the future
p. 26 exercise 3 Students compare and complete sentences from the text.
p. 30, exercise 1, 3 Students read and listen to the story and are asked to search the text for
certain expression will for making decisions.
p. 33, exercise 5 This exercise practises the expression will through listening and pictures.
p. 34 exercise 1, 3 Students read and listen to the text, complete the sentences from the text,
look for items that express the past continuous tense.
p. 38 exercise 1, 3 Students read and listen to the text and then they compare complete
sentences from the text, the difference of past simple and past continuous is expressed by the
diagram.
p. 46 exercise 1, 2 ,3,4 Students read and listen to the text where there are widely used
expressions of places. Students are given examples of different places and are lead to find the
difference.
p. 50 exercise 1, 2, 3,4 ,5,6,7 After reading the text and listening to conversations students
complete the sentences from the conversation. They are shown the use of a/an, the
p. 66 exercise 1,2,3,4 After reading the text students are advised to see the different use of
must/mustn't
p. 70 exercise 2,3, 4,5 After reading the text and listening students are asked to find the
information in the text that can be used with must/don't have to/ mustn't/can
p. 78 exercise 1,2,3,4,5 After reading and listening to the story students complete the
sentences about the characters from the story and students can see the different use of
ever /never


      Working with a text ( applying different words or expressions to the text,
       creating opposites of the words from the text, looking for synonyms of the words
       from the text, seeking the information in the text, gap – filling, combining
       paragraphs of the text, rewriting or retelling texts, ...)


p. 5 exercise 1, 2 Students fill words to the song.
p. 6 exercise 4a Students complete sentences from the text
p. 7 exercise 7 Students are asked to complete expressions and to add more expressions.
p. 9 exercise 7 Students should find another way of saying expressions.
p. 10 exercise 1 Students read the text and answer questions, complete sentences
p. 13 exercise 7 Students replace highlighted words from the text.
p. 21 exercise 6 Students are advised how to join sentences of the text and write the text.
p. 23 exercise 2 Students search the text of the song to find words that rhyme.
p. 29 exercise 2 Students search the correct subjects from the text to complete the sentences
p. 37 exercise 6 Students should find words in the text to complete the table.
p. 40 exercise 1, 2,3 Students first read the text and then seek the information
p. 42 exercise 2 Students read the text and then look for information to complete the chart.
p. 50 exercise 2 Students listen and follow the instructions to find information in the text.
p. 52 exercise 1, 2,3 Students read and listen to the text, find information in the text to
answer questions, find opposites, comparatives of words in the text.
p. 58 exercise 2 Students read the dialogues and put the pictures in the correct order.
p. 59 exercise 4 Students find the negatives of the sentences in the text
p. 60 exercise 3, 4 Students read the text and complete charts.
p. 63 exercise 2 Students fill the song with words.
p. 66 exercise 2 Students read the text and then match pictures to the expressions.
p. 68, exercise 2 Students read the text and look for the information in the text to answer
questions.
p. 69 exercise 5 Students complete the sentences from the text.
p. 70 exercise 2, 3 Students read the text and look for the information in the text to answer
questions.
p. 72 exercise 1, 2 Students read the text and look for the information in the text to answer
questions.
p. 73 exercise 3, 4 Students seek the information through the text and make phrasal verbs and
sentences from the text.
p. 73 exercise 5 Students retell the story from a different point of view.
p. 74 exercise 2, 3 Students seek the information through the text and make phrasal verbs
and sentences from the text.
p. 76-77 exercise 1,2 Students compare to texts and answer the questions.
p. 80 exercise 1, 2 Students read the text and answer the questions.
p. 81 exercise 3 Students are asked to find the missing words in the text.
p. 82 exercise1, 2 Students read the text and look for the information in the text to answer
questions.
p. 83 exercise Students identify the meaning of words from the text of the song.


      Topic combinations (vocabulary is introduced in group of words according to
       their relationship – e.g. my family, travelling, food, house, nature ...)


       In this section I divided vocabulary into topic combinations according to the
appearance in the coursebook. I named these topic combinations and wrote to each topic
numbers of pages / exercises. I chose pages where vocabulary is introduced as the topic,
which means that there occur words and expressions that express meaning in certain
relationship.


My home and family: p.6 -7, p.12-13, p.22-23, p.25 exercise 4
Getting to know someone: p. 4, p. 8-9, p. 18-19, and p.28-29
Free time: p. 10-11, p. 16-17, p. 24, p. 28-29, p.31, 35, p.36-37, p.44-45, p.48, 56-57, 58-59,
p.70, p. 79, p.85 exercise 4
Sport: p.14, 15, 25, 38
My life: p. 16-17, p.20-21, p.24-25, p.36-36, p.66-67, 68-69, p.70,-71, p.76-77, p.81
The future: p.26-27, 32, 33
Travelling: p.34, 42, 46
In the house: p.40
Culture: p. 22, 42, 52-53, 60-61, 62, 82
Giving directions: p.50-51, 64,
II. In this coursebook students are encouraged by the instructions
to:


      Use equivalents of the target language in their mother tongue or translations
p.5 exercise a, c          p.67 exercise 3a           p.29 exercise 3a,b
p.7 exercise 5            p.69 exercise 3b,c          p.35 exercise 7a
p. 9 exercise 4a           p.70 exercise 4b           p.37 exercise 4a
p.17 exercise 3a, 7a     p.75 exercise 4d            p.49 exercise 3
p.57 exercise 3




      Search data
           - Internet corpus
           -     monolingual dictionaries
           -     bilingual dictionaries


p.5 exercise a,b Students are asked to use their dictionaries to find words
p.5 exercise a,b Students are introduced to work with the dictionary.
p. 20 Study skills Students are advised to guess the meaning of words and then check the
meaning in the dictionary.
p. 59 exercise 8 Students are asked to use the dictionary to work with the text and find verbs.
p. 65 exercise 3a Students are asked to find certain words in the dictionary.


      Keeping lexical notebooks
p. 20 Study skills
p.27 Recording vocabulary
p. 27 exercise 6 Put the words in your vocabulary book
p. 32 exercise 1b Students check the meaning of words in their dictionaries
p. 75 exercise 7 Students are introduced to the spidergram for recording vocabulary.
III. This coursebook provides:
      Authentic materials for reading and listening that provide context for presenting,
       practising and recycling vocabulary
In this section I will choose three key words in the first unit and will search through the
coursebook for these key words to find out how often the key words appear. For a successful
acquisition learners need to come across a lexical item seven times.
Key words: family, live, answer the phone
FAMILY: p.6 exercise 3 (2x), p. 12 exercise 1 (3x), p.13 exercise 3, p.22 exercise 1 (5x), 2
(5x), p.35 exercise 4 (2x)
LIVE: p.6 exercise 2, 3, p.7 exercise 6,7a, p. 9 exercise 6, p.12 exercise 1, p. 13 exercise 2
(2x), 6c, 22 exercise (8x), p. 23 (4x), p.25 exercise 4,
NICE: p.6 exercise 2, p.8 exercise 1 (2x), p. 9 exercise 4b, p.16 exercise 1a,b, p.17 exercise
2, p.36 exercise 1,
According to my findings of these three words, Project Coursebook provides satisfactory
opportunity for word acquisition. We can see that the word family appeared nineteen times
through the coursebook, the word live appeared twenty-four times, and the word nice
appeared eight times.


      Learning activities based on the lexical principle


Student´s Book
Text searching
p. 6 exercise 4d Students read the text and find a regular verb, an irregular verb and the
verb to be.
p.12 – 13 Students read the text and search the text for the words from the table.
p. 20 – 21 Students read the text and find words in the text according to the topics: school
subject, technology.
p. 26 Students read the text and search the text for forms of will.
p. 34 Students read the text and search it for examples of the past continuous tense,
complete the sentences and check their answers in the text.
p. 36 – 37 Students read the text and translate the given expressions from the text, find words
in the text to complete the table.
p. 38 – 39 Students read the text and complete the given sentences according to the text.
p. 52 – 53 Students read the text and search it for the given words: rubbish, bread, the wind,
bricks,…, find the opposites, comparatives of the given words, identify the meaning.
p. 56 – 57 Students read the text and combine the halves of the given expressions from the
text.
p. 65 exercise 3 Students translate the given words from the text and then read the text.
p. 69 – 70 Students read the text and search it for another way of saying: What´s the
matter? Perhaps
p. 72 – 73 exercise 3 Students read the text and match the words to make phrasal verbs
from the text.
p. 78 – 79 Students read and listen to the text and search for the present perfect tense.
p. 80 – 81 Students read the text and search it for the missing words from the given table.


Phrase matching
p. 15 exercise 4d Students match the subjects to the correct verbs.
p. 29 exercise 3 Students match the two parts of the given expressions.
p. 37 exercise 4b Students match the sentences to make dialogues.
p. 39 exercise 6 Students match the verbs with the nouns.
p. 47 Students match the words from the text.
p. 57 exercise 3 Students connect the two halves of the expressions.
p. 61 Students read the text and match the words.
p.73 exercise 3 Students match the words to make phrasal verbs.


Collocation dictation
I did not find any activities that use dictation.




Pause reading
The student’s book do not provide activities that are concentrated on pause reading but each
unit provides texts that have its recordings as well. So the teachers can advise learners how to
improve the flow of the speech, to emphasize important facts, or to dramatize the text
according to the recording. I noted down all exercises where it is possible that the students can
read the text and listen to the recording.
p. 4 exercise 1, p. 6 exercise 3, p. 7 exercise 8, p. 8 exercise 2, p. 10 exercise 2, p. 14 exercise
3, p. 16 exercise 1b, p. 18 exercise 1, p. 22 exercise 2, p. 26 exercise 2, p. 28 exerccise 1b,
p. 30 exercise 1, p. 34 exercise 34, p. 36 exercise 1, p. 38 exercise 1b, p. 42 exercise 2,
p. 43 exercise 1, p. 46 exercise 1b, p. 48 exercise 1b, p. 50 exercise 2b, p. 52 exercise 2b,
p. 55 exercise 2, p. 56 exercise 1c, p. 58 exercise 2b, p. 62 exercise 2, p. 63 exercise 1b,
p. 68 exercise 2a, p. 70 exercise 3a, p. 71 exercise 6c, p. 74 exercise 2b, p. 76 exercise 1b,
p. 78 exercise 1, p.82 exercise 2a


Lexical chants
p. 5 Students complete the missing words in the song and then check their answers.
p. 23 Students read the text of the song and try to guess the meaning of the words they do not
know then listen and find the words that rhyme.
p. 43 Students listen to the song and answer the questions, find the past simple verbs.
p. 63 Students complete the text of the song with the given words, listen and check their
answers, discuss the message of the song.
p. 83 Students listen to the song, number the lines in the correct order, and explain the
meaning of the words: gonna, wanna, ´cause.


Lexical drills
I did not find any activities that use drills.


Crosswords
I did not find any activities with crosswords or puzzles.


Workbook
Text searching
p. 40 exercise 3 Students read the text and complete the boxes with the information from the
text
p. 49 - 50 exercise 2 Students read the text and search it for the information to answer the
questions.


Phrase matching
p. 13 exercise 5 Students use the dictionaries and match the words: e.g. golf - course,
swimming – pool,…
p. 20 exercise 2 Students look at the pictures and match the verbs to the correct expressions.
p. 31 exercise 4 Students match the verbs to the expressions: e.g. put on – your pyjamas,
study – for a test,…
p.32 exercise 2, 3 Students match the words with the pictures.
p. 40 exercise 1 Students match the adjectives and their opposites: hot – cold, …
p. 43 exercise 4 Students match the verbs to the nouns: miss – a bus, arrest – a thief,…
p. 45 exercise 3 Students match the parts of the sentences to make dialogues.
p. 48 exercise 1 Students match the expressions to the pictures.
p. 62 exercise 3 Students match the verbs to the expressions: fly in the helicopter, sleep in a
tent, …
p. 63 exercise 4 Students match words from the box to the verbs.


Collocation dictation
I did not find any activities that use dictation.


Pause reading
I did not find any activities that use pause reading. Students are directed by the workbook to
realize pronunciation in different words (e.g. p. 33 exercise 5 Students underline the word
with a different vowel sound: gun – come – bus – put)


Lexical chants
The workbook does not contain any chants, poems or songs.




Lexical drills
I did not find any activities that use drilling.


Crosswords
p. 19 exercise 4 Students complete the crossword, use dictionary.
p. 35 exercise 3 Students complete the puzzle using the given clues – pictures, gaps in the
sentences.
p. 47 exercise 5 Students complete the crossword by filling the past participles of the verbs.
p. 52 exercise 3 Students complete the puzzle by inserting the missing vowels.
p. 59 exercise 5 Students use the pictures as the clues to complete the crossword.
p. 65 exercise 3 Students complete the crossword. The words for the crossword are missing in
the sentences that students should use as the clues.
p. 67 exercise 4 Students work with a wordsquare where they should find certain words.
Appendix B
The analysis of NEW HEADWAY ENGLISH COURSE


I. In this coursebook learning new language items is through:

         Independent words (e.g. pen, table, coursebook, animal, mother, sing, yesterday,
          nice, pay, apply, ask,....)


p. 12 Students study vocabulary and pronunciation of given words.
p.18 exercise 3 Students make dialogues based on the given words ( a film, director, a
mechanic, a football manager, an artist, an architect, a ski instructor,….)
p. 20 Students discuss the given words before reading the article (sport, clothes, prayer, food
and drink, children, )
p. 22 Students make a list of words connected to sport.
p. 23 Students read the article and discuss the given words (rude, mean, cruel, boring, ugly,
stupid)
p. 29 exercise 1,2 Students study the given words- nouns in exercise 1 and then choose the
verbs from the exercise 2 to combine with the nouns.
p. 33 Students try to put the given words into the text.
p. 37 exercise 1 Students listen to the text and then find out the meaning of the given words
(to knit, a cloth, a slate, chalk, knitting, exams, leaving school,..)
p. 39 Students divide the given words into three groups.
p. 46 exercise 1 Students use the given words in the dialogues.
p. 50 Students listen to the text and complete the chart with the given words (snowing, windy,
misty, fog, stormy, snow, storm,…)
p. 55 Students use the given words to label the parts from the text.
p. 58 exercise 1,2 Students use dictionaries and study the given words.
p. 69 exercise 2 Students match the words with the definitions.
p. 82 exercise 1, 2 Students put the given words in the box.
p. 91 Students answer the questions which contain new words and then match the given
words with these questions.
p. 103 Students listen to the recording which contains the words from the box. After listening
students complete the box.
p. 110 Students use the given words and discuss their meaning,
p. 119 Students match the given words (tell, order, remind, beg, advise, ask, invite, warn,
refuse, offer) with the sentences.
p.121 Student read the text and use the given words to re-tell the information from the
article.
p. 122 Students read and listen to the text and find the words or expressions from the text
that have similar meaning as given words (shy, uncertain, hat, was used to, crying, gentle,
strictness, hit,..)
p. 123 Students complete the sentences from the previous text with the given words.




          Chunks or word combinations (e.g. It ′s lovely. polite suggestion, I don't mind, in
           the morning, I strongly advise you, alcoholic drink, ....)
p. 14 Social expressions – students match the expressions, listen and check their answers,
make dialogues with these expressions.
p. 15 Students combine words that go together. Students are asked to describe a person, use
patterns from the text.
p. 33 Students listen and read the text and then should put the given words into the correct
place in the text.
p. 34 Students describe pictures by given sentences with multi word chunks.
p. 37 Students listen and give information about the given word expressions.
p. 42 Students are directed to work with dictionary and rewrite the sentences with given
words to make expressions.
p. 43 Students study filling a form where there are typical word combinations that express
information about the person (e.g. income details, marital status, permanent address,…)
p. 44 Students match the expressions of requests and offers and then practice these by
performing roleplay.
p. 48 Students practice given expressions by performing the roleplay.
p. 55 Students study different conversations with given expressions or word combinations and
match the correct lines and then practice these chunks in a roleplay.
p. 59 Students use their dictionaries and study the given words, they look for words that
cannot belong to the group. Students use these words and complete the sentences.
p. 64 Students are given word combinations of signs and students discuss the meaning and
their use.
p. 66 Students match lexical patterns.
p. 67 Students practice the lexical pattern Have you ever…? by combining given words.
p. 68 Students practise giving personal news. They work with the given expressions and
answer questions with a partner.
p. 70 Students read the text and are asked to find multi – word verbs (bring up, carry on,
drop out,…)
p. 72-73 Students use multi-word verbs in sentences, they are advised to use dictionary,
study these words and their use, and complete the table.
p. 75 Students study expressions from everyday life – leaving a message on an answer
phone. Students finally act out a telephone conversation.
p. 76 Students complete the sentences with the given word combinations.
p. 77 Students make similar dialogues with the given multi word expressions.
p. 80 Students listen to the text, answer the questions and match the expressions. Then
students read the article and search for the meaning of the expressions.
p. 82 Students are asked to find words in the text that mean the same as given expressions or
word combinations.
p. 82 Students are directed to realize that we can combine some words and some words
cannot be combined.




       Generalization of the lexical patterns (similar lexical patters are introduced in
        the text to be noticed, observed and compared by learners).


p. 6, 7 Students read and listen to the quiz, compare use of language in the past and present,
as well as how to ask and produce negative sentences.
p. 8 exercise 2 Students listen and note what they hear.
p. 8 exercise 3 Students complete short answers to the dialogue. Then they listen to the
similar dialogue, compare the dialogues and say the differences and answer the questions
p. 9 exercise 4 Students complete the text.
p. 15 Students answer the questions.
p.16 – 17 Students read and listen to the text and answer the questions
p. 18 exercise 3 Students choose the right answer and compare the different uses of language.
p. 19 Students complete the sentences with the right use of language. Read and complete the
text.
p. 24 Students compare the sentences with different use of language and are directed to notice
the difference in meaning.
p. 25 Students read and listen to the text and compare the meaning of the sentences from the
text with other sentences from the exercises.
p. 35 Students first listen to the text and complete the sentences. Students discuss the text and
are directed to use can, have to, allowed to.
p. 36 Students answer the questions and complete the sentences.
p. 37 Students listen and answer the questions.
p. 38 Students answer the questions, discuss them with the class. Students choose the right
answer according to the meaning.
p. 45 Students read and listen to the dialogue with highlighted expressions.
p. 47 Students listen to the dialogues and to the conversation, retell the listening, choose the
right answer.
p. 48 exercise 3 Students complete the sentences.
p. 48 exercise 1 Students do a roleplay in pairs with given expressions.
p. 48 exercise 2 Students discusses the use of language.
p. 56 Students read the text and answer the questions with given expressions with the words
like.
p. 57 Students match the sentences. Listen to the text and answer the questions.
p. 58 Students read the text, choose the right answer, check them according to listening.
Students should find the differences in using stop + -ing, stop + the infinitive.
p. 65 Students read and listen to the story and observe the use of language, complete the story.
P. 66 Students read the text and should complete the sentences and check their answers by
listening.
p. 69 Students discuss in pairs the use of words: just, yet, already, ever, never in the
sentences.
p. 76-77 Students use the given expressions (will you do, get, 'll get,…) to complete the text.
Students are directed to compare the different use of language in the sentences.
p.78 – 79 Students listen to the text, complete the sentences and compare the use of language
in the sentences. Students are directed by the questions to realize the difference, supported by
the use of language in the situations.
p.86 – 87 Students read the text, search it for information. Students complete the sentences
according to the text.
p. 88 exercise 2 Students should respond to the statements
p. 88 exercise 3 Students listen to the conversations and guess the answers to the questions.
p. 88-89 Students read the text and answer the questions.
p.96 – 97 Students read and listen to the text, answer the questions, complete the sentences to
find out the use of e.g. has been learning/has had.
p. 98 exercise 2 Students work in pairs, make dialogues after listening to the example.
p. 98 exercise 3 Students discuss the use of language with a partner.
p. 98- 99 Students read the text, complete the sentences with the given expressions.
p. 107 Students read and listen to the story, complete the sentences.
p. 108 exercise 2 Students describe the pictures and complete the sentences.
p. 109 Students match the sentences.
p. 110 Students complete the table, listen and check their answers.
p. 116 Students listen to the conversation and match the sentences.
p. 117 Students area asked to find out the rules in the sentences. Change the sentences.
p. 118 Students work with the text, find the certain expressions in the text and answer the
questions about the language use.
p. 122 Students read the text and then complete the sentences according to the text.


      Working with a text ( applying different words or expressions to the text,
       creating opposites of the words from the text, looking for synonyms of the words
       from the text, seeking the information in the text, gap – filling, combining
       paragraphs of the text, rewriting or retelling texts, ...)


p. 10-11 Students read the text and analyze the meaning of the text according to the
instructions.
p.13 Students first correct the text – the letter- and then are asked to write a similar letter.
p. 20 -21 Students read the text and answer the questions. They have to look for the
information in the text, complete the interview and then listen and check their answers.
p.22 – 23 Students read the text (the description of Aunt Emily) and follow the instructions
from the exercises.
Students should:
       Underline certain features in the text (the parts which describe the physical
        appearance, character, habits,….
       Express a tactful way to describe someone who is rude/boring/mean/cruel,…
       Write a similar description of a member of your family


p. 24 -25 Firstly, students guess the story from the picture and then read the text – The Bald
Knight- and fill in the text. Students are directed to fit the given sentences into the text.
p. 26 -27 Students guess the story from the picture and then read the text – The Farmer and
his Sons- and fill in the text. Students are directed to fit the given sentences into the text.
p. 28 This exercise provides the incomplete text and students are to fill it with replies that
the teacher provides to complete the story.
p. 32 Students read the text and fill in the words into the correct place in the text. Students
check their answers by listening and then they write the similar text.
p. 30-31 Students read the text and then work with it:
       Guess the words underlined from the context
       Answer the questions of the meaning of the text and compare them with your partner


p. 40-41 Students read the text and write down notes about the text.
p. 52-53 Students read the text and answer the questions about the meaning of the text.
p. 54 Students read information needed for writing a message. Students read information,
listen and complete them and write the message.
p. 58 Students choose the best lexical items to complete the letter.
p. 60 Students are directed to read the text quickly and then match each paragraph with
the given headings. Students answer the questions about the meaning of the text and then
find:
       One example of like as a verb and two examples of like used as a prepositions.
       Two examples of the pattern, adjective + infinitive.
       Examples of verbs that are followed by an infinitive with to.


p. 68 Students read the headlines and turn them into radio news headlines, write a full story
p. 72 Students read the text and then compare and swap information about the people.
p. 74 Students study the letter of application: used expressions, the format of the letter,
paragraphs. Finally, students write their letter of application based on given information.
p. 75 Students match the parts of the telephone conversation
p. 76 Students work with the text, complete the given items and then make similar dialogues
with the given expressions.
p. 80-81 Students work with the text: put sentences into the text where they should belong,
identify the people with what they say in the text and find a word or words in the text that
mean the same as the given definitions.
p. 84 Students study the letter: expressions, words that join ideas and sentences, fill in the
words to the text.
p. 87 Students read the text and identify pronouns with the people in the text, complete the
similar text about the people.
p. 92-94 Students read the text and answer the questions about the meaning of the text and
then are directed :
      to note the ways in which the given sentences are combined.
      to rewrite given sentences to form a natural sounding paragraph.


p. 98 Students listen to the dialogues and then with words and expressions make similar
dialogues.
p. 98 -99 Students read the information about the writer and complete the gaps with given
expressions in the text according to information.
p. 100-102 Students look at the picture and headlines of the article and then answer the
questions –students try to guess what is the article about. After reading, students complete
the sentences with the best ending. In the exercise students read answers and create
appropriate questions.
p. 105 Students are directed how to write letters by: matching the correct beginning and
ending, introducing expressions for writing letters. Students write a letter according to
examples.
p.112 – 113 Students read the text divided into paragraphs and
      try to match paragraphs with given questions.
       try to find out the meaning of the words in these questions according to the text.
       collect information and create a poster with these information.
p.114 – 115 Students read the text and answer the questions about the meaning of the article
and compare the answers with partners. Students are asked to identify paragraphs of the text
and replace underlined words with give alternations. Students are directed to re-write the
article in a similar way.
p. 118 Students read the text and then compare the questions with the text
p. 119 Students read the text and identify given words with the text
p. 123 Students listen to the poem, share what they remember form listening with the class,
then read the poem and answer the questions about the text, search the lines or verses with
specific information.




             Topic combinations (vocabulary is introduced in group of words according to
              their relationship – e.g. my family, traveling, food, house, nature ...)


The Student´s book provides the division into these topics:
My life
The modern world
Art, Music, Literature
Behaviour
Travelling
At work
Food and meals
Numbers
My family
Relationships
Likes and dislikes
Nationalities
II. In this coursebook students are encouraged by the instructions
to:
             Use equivalents of the target language in their mother tongue, translation
I did not find any instructions for translating or using equivalents of the mother tongue.


             Search data
              - Internet corpus
              -     monolingual dictionaries
              -     bilingual dictionaries


Students were asked to use dictionaries to check the meaning of given words or look up words
that they do not understand in the text. These instructions did not specify the type of the
dictionary.
p.30, p.37, p.42, p.59, p70, p.72, p.88, p.110, p.111, p.112, p.123


                 Keeping lexical notebooks


I could not find any instructions for students to record lexical items into the notebooks.




III. This coursebook provides:


      Authentic materials for reading and listening that provide context for presenting,
       practising and recycling vocabulary


The chosen key words: job, rude, grow
JOB: p. 38, p.65 (2x), p.66, p. 68, p.76, p.77, p.78, p. 88
RUDE
GROW p.31, p.70
        Learning activities based on the lexical principle


The Student’s Book
Text searching
p. 20-21 Students read the text and search the text for the meaning of the given words.
p. 23 Students read the article and study the words from the article – a description of a
member of a family.
p. 24-25 Students read the text and place the given sentences taken out from the article, study
the differences between given sentences from the text.
p. 26 – 27 Students read the text and put the given sentences taken out from the article into
the right place in the text.
p. 30-31 Students read the text and study the underlined words in the text.
p. 33 Students place the words into the right place in the text.
p. 41 -42 Students read the text and put the words from the article into the chart.
p. 61 – 62 Students read the text carefully and choose the best answer.
p. 63- 64 Students read the text and underline the relative pronouns.
p. 70 -71 Students read the text and underline the given words in the article.
p. 80 -81 Students read the article and search the text for the expression (frittered away),
identify the given sentences with the characters from the article.
p. 100 – 101 Students read the text and answer the questions
p. 112 – 113 Students read the text and explain the meaning of the given words according to
the meaning in the text.
p. 114 -115 Students read the text and replace the underlined words with the given words.
p. 118 Students read the text and underline the expressions in the text.
p. 121 Students read the text and identify the meaning of the given words with the characters
from the article.
p. 122 Students read the text and find the words in the article that mean the same as given
words.
p. 123 Students read the text and identify the lines of the text.


Phrase matching
p. 14 Students match the social expressions.
p. 22 Students combine the words to make expressions.
p. 75 Students match the expressions from the telephone conversation
p. 79 Students match the given parts of the sentences.
p. 96 Students match the expressions.
p. 109 Students match the words and expressions from the columns.
p. 110 Students match the questions and answers.
p. 111 Students match the expressions: climb a ladder, bite into an apple, kiss me on the
cheek,….


Collocation dictation
I did not find any activities based on dictaion.


Pause reading
p. 28 After reading and listening to the text, students practice a short text reading aloud.
p. 123 Students recite the poem round the class.
Also the student' book provides the text that students can read and listen to them, practise
saying after the recording.
Each unit provides texts that have their tapescripts on pages 126 – 141.
p. 17 exercise 1, p. 25 exercise 4, p. 35 execise 2, p. 37 exercise 2, p.42 exercise 2,
p. 45 , p.50 exercise 5, p. 51 exercise 2, p. 55 exercise 3, p. 55 exercise 2, p. 57,
p. 58 exercise 1, p. 63 exercise 2, p. 77 exercise 1, p. 82 exercise 3, p.85 exercise 2,
p. 88 exercise 2, p. 88 exercise 3, p. 91 , p. 92 – 93, p. 97 exercise 2, p 98 exercise 2,
p. 104, p. 107, p. 110 exercise 3, p. 114 exercise 1, p. 117 exercise 2, p. 119 , p. 122.


Lexical chants
p.12, p. 123


Lexical drills
p. 123 Students chose one verse of the poem and learn it by heart.




Crosswords
p. 120 Students decipher the phonetic script to complete the puzzle.
The workbook:


Text searching
p. 11 Students read the text and divide the words from the text in the columns.
p. 52 exercise 2 Students underline the most suitable words ( from two words) in the
sentence: e.g. My salary is / wages are paid itno ma bank account every month.


Phrase matching
p. 34 Students match the words or expressions with the verb make or do.
p. 48 Students match the parts of the sentences.
p. 54 Students match the parts of the sentences.
p. 62 Students match the senteces.


Collocation dictation
I did not find any activities based on dictation.


Pause reading
p. 28 Students read the conversation and practise the pronunciation and stress.
p. 47 Students pronounce and transcribe the words.
p.56 exercise 2 Students read and listen to the poem and answer the questions about the
poem.
p. 58 Students read aloud the transcribed text.
The workbook provides recordings hat are used to complete the exercises that can be checked
by the key in the workbook. In this way, teachers have opportunities for improving the
students ' pronunciation, intonation, the flow of the speech according to the recording.
p.5 exercise 1, p. 6 exercise 4, p. 7 exercise 2, 6, p. 8 exercise 7, p. 9 exercise 1, 2,
p. 12 exercise 3, p. 13 exercise 1, p. 15 exercise 10, 11, p. 17 exercise 2, p. 20 exercise 10
p. 22 exercise 13, p. 23 exercise 18, p. 24 exercise 2, p. 25 exercise 4, p.27 exercise 7,
p. 28 exercise 1,2,3, p. 29 exercise 1,2, p. 30 exercise 1, p. 31 exercise 4, p. 32 exercise 1,
p. 37 exercise 3, 2 , p. 38 exercise 4, p. 41 exercise 2,, p. 43 exercise 3, p.45 exercise 2,
p.48 exercise 2, p. 49 exercise 5, p. 55 exercise 3, p. 56 exercise 6, p. 59 exercise 9,
p. 60 exercise 1, p. 62 exercise 3, p. 65 exercise 2, p. 66 exercise 2, p. 68 exercise 1,
p.70 exercise 7, 8 ,9 , p. 72 exercise 11, 12, p. 74 exercise 2,
Lexical chants
p.9, p. 15, p.56, p. 72


Lexical drills
I did not find any activities based on drilling.



Crosswords
p.38 Students complete the crosswords with the words that suit to the sentences.
Appendix C

The analysis of INSIDE OUT


1. In this coursebook learning new language items is through:
      Independent words (pen, table, coursebook, anímal, mother, sing, yesterday, nice,
       pay, apply, ask,…)
   p.14 exercise 1 Students use these words in discussion: amused (by) impatient (with),
   annoyed (with), satisfied (with), irritated (with), proud (of), embarrassed (by), angry
   (with), humiliated (by), fed-up (with)
   p. 17 exercise 1 Students use these words: talk, study, buy, borrow, have, embarrass, iron
   p. 21 exercise 1 Students complete the information from the table and use words:
difficult, embarrassing, boring, irritating, amusing
    p. 25 exercise 2 Students describe a person according to the character and use these
words : risk-taker, visionary, farmer, opportunist, businessman, dreamer, entrepreneur,
conservative
   p. 26 exercise.1 Students study these words: deluge, drift, flood, stream, trickle
   p. 42 exercise.1 Students use these words to complete the questions from the dialogue:
   match, support, won, colours, scored, lose, stadium, players
   p. 60 exercise 3 Students use these words to complete the sentences: losing, kill, devote,
   classed, draw, shut
   p. 65 exercise1 Students use these words to complete the article and use the appropriate
   form : walk, love, be, steal, be, ask, be, not allow, be, stay, race
   p. 75 Students work with these words: capable, legible, patient, decisive, adventurous,
   interesting, usual, resistible, mature, polite, probable, legal, literate, logical, replaceable,
   relevant, responsible
   p. 88 exercise1 Students use these words to describe pictures: metalloid, 19th century,
   post-modern, hideous, space-age, shiny, tough, sprawling, semi-derelict, eccentric,
   important, run-down, contemporary
   p. 89 exercise 4 Students use these words to complete the article: dominates, green
   hills, overcrowded, redevelopment programme, overlooking, well worth, run-down,
   subway
   p. 91 exercise 2 Students replace the words from the text by these words: badly, an
   unknown virus, survived, laser treatment, a wheelchair
   p. 94 exercise 4 Students complete the article by these words: dream, money, backer,
   lifestyle, prototype, concept, spread, invention
   p. 99 exercise 1 Students use these words: brand, consumer, advertising, market, sales
   p. 100 exercise1a) Students read the text and answer the question about these words:
   hairspray, jeans, life insurance, underwear, washing powder
   p. 105 exercise 1 Students read the text and use these words to express the idea: co-star,
   bath, hotel room, good friend, champagne, divorce
   p. 108 exercise3 Students use these words to discuss the idea based on the listening:
   interesting, amazing, brilliant, boring, disappointing, dreadful, extraordinary,
   entertaining, funny, good, spectacular, ridiculous
   p. 119 exercise 4 Students choose from these words to complete the article: thoughtful,
   unhappy, broken-hearted, in love, reflective, spiritual, depressed, philosophical, angry,
   grateful
   p. 120 exercise1 Students use these words to complete the sentences: flat/apartment,
cottage, detached, bungalow, semi-detached house, villa, terraced house, chalet, houseboat,
hotel suite
   p.124 exercise 2 Students are asked to discuss their daily routines and to use these
   words: jam, eggs sunny side up, green tea, rice, bacon, cereal, pancakes, soup, cold meat,
   cheese, toast, pickled vegetables, brad rolls, orange juice, coffee, grilled fish, boiled eggs,
   omelets.
   p.132 exercise 2 Students use these words: alien abductions, Earth’s magnetic field,
violet weather, poison, a hale, magic, tornadoes, a practical joke, a giant sea monster,
passing airplanes, murder, a tidal wave
   p 133 exercise 1 Students use these words as topics and complete with them the
   sentences: my country, pop music, women, television, fashion, money, computers, travel,
   men, sport, English, work, children
       Chunks or word combinations (It ′s lovely., polite suggestion, I don't mind, in the
        morning, I strongly advise you, alcoholic drink, ....)


p 7 exercise 1, 2 Students complete the sentences with the given expressions.
p. 12 exercise 1 Students use given expressions to re-write the text.
p. 15 exercise 1 Students use given expressions (amused by, impatient with, annoyed with…)
to describe the photos.
p. 15 exercise 4 Students re-write the sentences with given expressions
p. 16 exercise 5 Students combine the expressions to make sentences.
p. 19 Students Discuss the topic and use the given expressions (e.g. be a non-smoker, be kind,
have good table manners,…)
p. 20 Students complete the sentences from the text by given phrasal verbs: give up, go out
with, go for,…
p. 21 Students use the table with the expressions to make sentences.
p. 22 Students read the conversation and then complete it with the given expressions.
p. 23 Students read the letter and then underline the expressions for writing the letter.
p. 24- 25 Students read the text and then use the given expressions to describe the characters
of the story.
Students make the verb + noun collocations with the given words.
p. 26 Students read the text and complete it with the given words, by completing right word
into the text student make expressions or collocations e.g. half-baked idea, food for thought,
chew things over,… and then listen and check their answers, discuss with a partner.
p. 29 Students test their money expressions- choose the right expression to fit in the text.
p. 33 Exercise 1 Students read the conversation and match the words to make expressions (
e.g. sore throat, twisted ankle,…)
p. 37 exercise 1, 2 Students listen and then replace underlined expressions in the text with
the given expressions.
p. 40 exercise 4 Students match the phrasal verbs and then replace the underlined words or
expressions on page 41 with these phrasal verbs.
p. 47 exercise 1 Students listen and then match the given expressions.
p. 47 exercise 3 Students use the given expressions (tucked up, got away, sudden urge,.. )to
complete the sentences.
p. 52 exercise 1 Students complete the text with the given expression (e.g. too loud talk, to
your phone bill,…)
p. 65 exercise 2 Students use the given phrasal verbs to replace the highlighted words in the
text.
p.70 Students read the text and then use the given expressions from the text to complete the
sentences.
p. 72 exercise 4 Students match words in the bold in the text with the given expressions. (e.g.
in the end – the final result, basically – to pit it simply,….)
p.78 exercise 2 Students match the words to make expressions. E.g. smooth skin, a square
jaw, a big nose,…
p. 80 exercise 3 Students match the beginnings of the sentences with the endings of the
sentences.
p. 84 exercise 1 Students read the text and replace the expressions in bold with the given
expressions.
p. 87 Students listen to the song and complete the sentences with the given words – they
create useful expressions. E.g. I'm in a daze
p. 91 exercise 1, 2 Students complete the sentences from the text and make collocations ( a
tropical disease, confined to her room, had surgery on her spine,...)
p. 92 Students listen and complete sentences with the expressions e.g. be in a prison, be a
Picasso, be much of a painter,…
p. 99 Students test their collocation knowledge – they combine words to make collocations.
p. 102 Students read the text and then choose the best definition ( is a bad example, a very
attractive man, very concerned about details,…).
p. 105 exercise 1, 2 Students listen and choose from the given words to complete the
sentences (e.g. come in here, hang on, answer the questions,…)
p. 108 exercise 1 Students listen and choose the best options (e.g. quite terrified, terribly
upprehensive,…)
p. 110 exercise 3 Students use the given expressions (amount too much, join the army, settle
down,..) to complete the sentences.
p. 111 exercise 1 Students match two halves of the given expressions to make sentences.
p. 112 Students find the expressions from the text that mean the same as given expressions.
p. 112 Students listen and then complete the sentences with the given expressions (e.g. taste
of freedom, up to her, out of system,…)
p. 116 exercise 4 Students match informal exaggerated expressions with their meaning.
p. 122 exercise 1, 2,3,4,5 Students use the quantity expressions to complete the sentences (
all of, most of, hardly of any,…)
p. 125 Students read the text and then replace the underlined expressions in the sentences
with the words in the text.
p. 133 exercise 1, 2, 3 Students use the given expressions to discuss a topic.




       Generalization of the lexical patterns (lexical patterns are introduced in the text
        to be observed , noticed and compared by learners.)


p. 5 Students listen and complete the text which they compare to their partners. Students
choose from e.g. I've been knowing/I’ve known/I know . Students correct the sentences
according to the meaning of the text and re-tell it.
p. 6 exercise 1 Students use is/am/are have/has/do/does to complete the sentences.
p. 6 exercise 1 Students listen and write down notes with so /neither.
p. 6 exercise 5 Students use the cards (with So was I., Nor do I.,,) to play Bingo
p. 7 Students complete the sentences.
p. 8 Language reference explains the use of these items.
p. 11 Students describe the pictures, listen and then use questions that they need to form to
find information.
p. 16 – 17 Students study examples and then complete sentences.
               e.g. We wouldn’t let them smoke in the house.
                    I don’t mind my friends borrowing my books.
p. 19 exercise 1, 2 Students listen to the text, choose the right expression e.g. to
meet/meeting, to know/knowing and then check their answers by the listening.
p. 20 exercise 4 Students complete the sentences and then check their answers by listening.
P 27 exercise 1 Students complete the text using articles and then check their answers by
listening.
p. 27 exercise 2 Students study and choose the rules for given examples from the text.
p. 29 exercise 1 Students match the questions and answers and check their answers by
listening.
p. 30 exercise 1 Students match the sentences that contain if-clauses.
p. 30 exercise 2 Students work with a partner and discuss the questions about using if-
clauses. Students compare the examples and write a rule.
p. 30 exercise 3 Students compare the sentences, find the differences.
p. 30 exercise 4 Students discuss situations If you…. …..where/what would you…….?
p. 31 exercise 5 Students complete the sentences If I’d had/been……
p. 31 In language reference students study the definitions and examples how to use if-
clauses.
p. 44 Student read the text and try to complete the sentences and then check their answers by
listening.
        Students study the text to see the different use of remember and stop.
        Students read and listen to the text and according to the listening choose the best
         verb structures.
p. 45 Students complete the sentences with the appropriate forms of the given words.
        Students study the language reference box with the examples and explanations how to
use verbs + to-infinitive& -ing form.
p. 46 Students test the knowledge of the verb patterns. They divide the verbs in three
groups (verb + to –infinitive, verbs + ing , verbs + to-infinitive or – ing)and put there the
examples.
p.47 Students listen to the text and discuss the questions about the use of language: e.g. Are
these extracts about present, future or past habits? Are the actions typical of Laura’s father
or unusual for him?
p. 48 exercise 2 Students read the text about the habits and change it into the future.
p. 48 exercise 3 Students complete the sentences with the given verb patterns and then listen,
check their answers.
p. 48 Students discuss the habits with their partners; study the language reference box with
examples and explanations of expressing present and past habits.
p. 54 Students study the verbs that describe state or action. Listen to the conversation with
the use of these verbs.
p. 55 Students work with the previous text and find the verbs that show both dynamic and
stative meaning, correct verbs structures in the sentences and study the language reference
box with examples of dynamic and stative meanings.
p. 57 Students read and listen to the text and answer the questions about the meaning of the
text. Then students work with the verb structures of present perfect and simple continuous
tense: students compare the sentences and are asked to find differences, match the beginnings
of the explanations the rules, and choose the best appropriate form of the verbs in the
sentences.
p. 58 exercise 4 Complete the sentences with the present simple or continuous tense.
p. 58 exercise 5 Students listen and check their answers, study the language reference box
with the examples and explanations of the use present perfect simple and continuous tense.
p. 62-68 Language review – student usually complete the text with the right language.
p. 70 exercise 2 Students divide the given words into two groups according to whether the
verbs need or don ´t need direct object.
p. 71 exercise 5 Students read the article and choose the correct verb.
                   Students write the sentences with verbs they did not choose.
p. 72 Students study the language reference box with examples and explanations of
reporting verbs.
p. 75 Students match appropriate prefixes and suffixes with adjectives, then complete the
text by using prefixes or suffixes from the box to re-write the given adjectives.
p. 81 exercise 1,2 Students study the examples of using the phrase have / get something
done and discuss the use of it and compare these examples.
p. 81 exercise 3 Students complete the article using this phrase.
p. 81 exercise 5 Students combine the given words into the sentences.
p. 1 exercise 6 Students discuss and use this expression.
p. 82 Students study the language reference box with examples and explanations of passive
structures.
p. 84 Students observe how to turn the adjectives into the nouns and try to apply the rule
in the exercises.
p. 86 Students complete the exercise concentrated on expression unreal situations and then
study the language reference box with examples and explanations of using the unreal
conditional clauses.
p. 92 exercise 1, 2, 3 Students listen to the conversation and try to complete the sentences
about the given pictures. In conversation, people express uncertainty or certainty, students
discuss it.
p. 92 exercise 4, 6 Students choose from can´t, could, may, might, must and complete the
exercises
p. 93 Students study the language reference box with examples and explanations of using
modals of deduction
p. 102 exercise 1 Students are asked to underline the relative clauses in the text.
p. 102 exercise 2,3 Students choose the description of a relative clause and discuss the
punctuation.
p. 102 exercise 4 Students work in pairs and choose the suitable follow-up sentences.
p. 103 exercise 5,7 Students discuss the use of relative clauses.
p. 103 exercise 6 Students re-arrange the words to make defining relative classes.
p. 103 Students study the language reference box with examples and explanations of using
relative clauses,
p. 105 exercise 1 Emphasis: Students read the article and then compare the given sentences
with the sentences in the article and find the differences.
p. 105 exercise 2 Students change the emphasis of the sentences according.
p. 106 exercise 5, 6 Students use the emphasis in the sentences.
p. 113 exercise 1 Students read the interview and concentrate on the context and choose the
most appropriate form of the future.
p. 113 exercise 2 Students listen and check their answers.
p. 113 exercise 3 Students work with a partner and complete the table with different future
forms.
p. 114 Students concentrate on expressing future, complete the sentences with the given verbs
in future forms, and complete the sentences in a way true for students. Students study
language reference box with examples and explanations of future forms.
p. 122 Students listen to the text and then study the given examples, look for differences
and then complete the sentences with the appropriate quantity expressions.
p. 128 Students read the text on the page 127 and then work with the sentences form the text.
Discuss the questions about the use of passive structures
p. 128 exercise 3 Complete the text with the passive structures.
p. 128 exercise 4 Students answer the questions about the meaning of the text to find how to
use subject and object in the passive.
                Study language reference box with examples and explanations about the
         passive.
p. 131 -135 Students test their knowledge in review: choose the phrases to complete the
sentences, match the halves of the sentences, re-tell the text.
      Reconstructions of a text ( applying different words or expressions to the text,
       creating opposites of the words from the text, looking for synonyms of the words
       from the text, gap- filling, combining paragraphs of the text, rewriting or
       retelling texts..)


p. 5 exercise 4, 5 Students complete the text, check their answers by listening and discuss the
differences between their answers and the recording. Students then re-tell the text according
to the personal experience.
p. 9 exercise 1, 2 Students read the text and put the pictures into the order according to
the text.
p. 15 exercise 4, 5 Students read the text, rewrite the sentences from taken from the text
and then retell the text from a different point of view.
p. 17 exercise 1 Students put the sentences into the correct order and then check their
answers by listening.
p. 22 Students read the conversations and complete the gaps with the given expressions and
then check their answers by listening. Then students make conversation using the language
from the text.
p. 23 exercise 2,3 Students read the letter and discuss the features of the text, replace the
underlined expressions by given words or expressions.
p. 23 exercise 4 Students rewrite the letter using given information.
p. 25 exercise 1 Students read the text and concentrate on the linking.
p. 25 exercise 2 Students choose from the given words to describe the people from the text.
p. 25 exercise 3 Students put the sentences into the correct order
p. 25 exercise 2 Students match the beginnings of the sentences and listen to check their
answers.
p. 26 exercise 3 Students complete the text with the given expressions and then check their
answers by listening.
p. 29 exercise 1 Students match questions and answers, and check their answers by listening.
p. 33 exercise 1 Students complete the text using appropriate linkers then work with the
partner and add the given information to the text. Rewrite the text according to the personal
experience.
p. 35 exercise 2 Students read the text (quiz) and choose the answer according to the
personal experience. Students check their answers by listening to the text.
p. 36 exercise 1 Students complete the text that they listened in previous exercise.
p. 36 exercise 4 Students write a reply to the letter, use phrases from the language
reference box and from the letter they read.
p. 37 exercise 1 Students read and listen to the text, underline expressions that are different
form the recording. Students replace the underlined expressions with the given phrases.
p. 40 exercise 3 Students read the article on the page 39 and replace the underlined
expressions in the exercise with expressions from the text.
p. 52 exercise 1 Students complete the text with the given phrases.
p. 53 exercise 1, 2 Students read the article and they look for words and expressions
associated with the word computer. Complete the article by matching the given questions with
the appropriate article.
p. 59 exercise 2 Students read the text and search the given information.
p. 60 exercise 1 Students try to summarise the article by given sentences.
p. 60 exercise 2, 3 Students choose the linkers from the text and classify them according to
their meaning into three groups.
p. 61 exercise 4 Students add linkers to improve short newspapers articles.
p. 64 exercise 1 Students read the beginnings of the letters, choose one and finish the
letter.
p. 65 exercise 1 Students complete the text with the given words.
p. 68 – 69 Students read the text and answer the questions about the meaning of the text.
p. 70 Students complete the sentences with the given expressions.
p. 70 exercise 1, 2 Students put the sentences into the correct order so that it expresses a
summary of the text.
p. 74 exercise 1, 2 Students read the text and match the given character types to the postcard.
Students read the sentences with words in bold, which were used in the article.
p.76 exercise 2 Students read the text and match the questions and answers with the
correct picture.
p. 79 Students read the text and search the information in the text.
p. 84 exercise 1, 2 Students read the text and then study the given expression and find the
meaning of the expressions in the text. Students replace the words in bold in the sentences.
p. 87 exercise 3 Students complete the text of the song with given words and then listen to
check the answers.
p. 88 exercise 2, 3 Students read the text and then identify the given words with pictures,
explain the connections between the given facts.
p. 89 exercise 4 Students complete the sentences from the article by the given words.
Students discuss the similar topic and use the language from the article.
p. 91 Students read the text and choose the correct word for each sentence taken from the text.
Students replace the words by the given words or expressions.
p. 94 exercise 1,2,3,4 Students listen to the text and put the questions into the order according
to the recording.
      Students match the questions with the right answer.
      Complete the text with the given words.


p. 95 exercise 1 Students complete the pieces of the text with phrases.
p. 100 exercise 3 Students read the text and match each paragraph with the appropriate
part of the picture.
p. 102exercise 1 Students find the given words or expressions in the text and choose the
best definition for these words.
p. 102 exercise 2 Students complete the questions with the words or expressions from the
previous exercise.
p. 104 – 105 Students read and listen to the text and complete the sentences with the given
words, categorise the phrases from the text according to their function (interrupting, returning
to the topic, introducing a new point).
p. 107 – 108 Students read the text and choose from the given words the word that describes
the character’s feelings.
p. 109 Students read the text and choose the right word to complete the sentences.
p. 111-112 Students match the halves of the sentences and then read the text, look for the
expressions in the matched sentences.
      Students search the text to find the expression with similar meaning as the given
       expressions.
      Students complete the sentences about the text.


p. 115 exercise 2 Students read the first part of the text and find the given expressions with
the certain meaning in the text. Then students read the second part and compare them.
p. 116 exercise 2 Students read the story and re-write it.
p. 116 exercise 4 Students match the halves of the sentences.
p. 117 Students re-arrange the given information to write a letter. Students read the letter.
p. 118 exercise 3 Students match the expressions from the letter and re-write the letter.
p. 118 Students match the extracts from one text with the extracts from the other text.
p. 125 exercise 3 Students read the text and replace words or expressions in the text with
the given expressions.
p. 127 exercise 3, 4 Students read the text and answer the questions about the information in
the text and then find alternative words or expressions to replace the expressions in the
sentences.
p. 129 exercise 1 Students read the text and match the given extracts to the symbols in the
text.
p. 132 Students have the text divided into the three parts, students are in three groups, each
group reads one part of the text and then re-tells the text to other two groups.
p. 133 exercise 1, 2 Students complete the text and then check their answers by listening.


       Topic combinations (vocabulary is introduced in group of words according to
        their relationship – e.g. my family, traveling, food, house, nature ...)


This coursebook is divided into the topics according to the meaning relationship. The
beginning of the student’s book shows the division of the units and the topics.
Unit 1 – Images: images of the country, self image, image of famous people
Unit 2 – Family: relationships with parents, boyfriends & girlfriends
Unit 3 – Money
Unit 4 – Body: health, fitness, dieting, smoking
Unit 5 – Ritual: football, habits, wedding, marriage
Unit 6 – Digital: mobile phones, computers, computers games
Unit 7 – Escape: holidays, travel, tourism
Unit 8 – Attraction: descriptions, cosmetics, surgery, dating
Unit 10 – Genius: architecture, art, inventions
Unit 11 – Sell: advertising, the media, and cinema
Unit 12 – Students: education, backpacking, work
Unit 13 – Home: hose, rooms, food, home pages
II. In this coursebook students are encouraged by the instructions
to:
      Use equivalents of the target language in their mother tongue, translation


p. 51 exercise 5
   -   Work with a partner. Note down ways of saying hello and goodbye in as many
       different languages as you can.


      Search data
   -   Internet corpus
p. 129 - 130 The exercise provides the photo of a web page and students are advised how to
work with the internet, students discuss the information and how they can search them.


   -   Monolingual dictionaries
   -   Bilingual dictionaries
p. 26 exercise 1 Students check in the in dictionary the words they do not understand.
p.29 exercise 1 Test your money expressions ! Choose the correct option in the sentence
below and say what each underlined money expression means. Refer to a dictionary if you
need to.
p. 37 exercise 5 Work with a partner. Decide who is Student A and who is Student B, and use
a dictionary to find expressions using the following body parts.
p 40 exercise Students check the phrasal verbs in the dictionary.
p 65 exercise 1 Match the halves to make some well-known quotes. Use a dictionary if
necessary.
p.71 exercise 3 Students work with the dictionary entries reprinted from the dictionary, study
the constructions.
p 95 exercise 1 Complete columns with the correct word, use any a dictionary if necessary.
p 99 exercise 2 Students work with a partner and study dictionary definitions and complete
them with the collocations.
p 116 exercise 1 Students work with a partner and find ten more examples of exaggerated
language in version 2 in the previous section. Students use a dictionary if necessary.
p 132 exercise 1 Students divide into groups of three. Each person reads one of the extracts
and then retells the story to the other group members. Students use a dictionary if they wish
      Keeping lexical notebooks
p. 16 exercise 3 Students copy the diagram and put the given words in the appropriate places.




III. This coursebook provides:
      Authentic materials for reading and listening that provide context for presenting,
       practising and recycling vocabulary




Key words: calculating, ambitions, to adopt a new look


CALCULATING: p.10 exercise 3


AMBITIOUS – p.9,10 exercise 3


ADAPT A NEW LOOK – p. 9, p.10 exercise 2,3, p.13


The part of the expression: adopt a new look – the word LOOK appears through the
coursebook in these phrases:


p. 18 exercise 2 …look after your family….
p.23 … look forward to hearing….
p. 34 ...you look like death warmed up…
p. 46 …I will never forget looking at Shirley…. I want the waitress to look over here…. He´d
be better stop looking at that waitress….
p.80 …People who feel good about the way they look… are looking for a husband…
p. 83 …I´m looking for someone….
p.102 …. Look at each of the following…
p. 116 …Did the ants look like lobsters?...
p. 126 …Look at the illustration…
        Learning activities based on the lexical principle


Student’s Book


Text searching
p. 7 Students read the text and underline the required words and expressions.
p. 8 Students complete the given sentences using the words from the previous text.
p. 20 Students use the given words to replace the underlined words in the sentences from the
previous text.
p. 24 – 25 exercise 2 Students read the text and identify the given words with the characters
of the text.
p. 25 exercise 3 Students read and listen to the text and put the lines of the summary of the
text into the correct order.
p.26 Students complete the sentences taken out from the previous text, use the given words to
replace the expressions.
p. 29 Students read the text and choose the best word or expression that fit into the text.
p. 37 Students replace the underlined phrases in the text with the given expressions.
p. 39 – 40 Students read the text and replace the underlined words in the given sentences and
expressions with words and expressions from the text.
p. 40 exercise 2 Students find the phrasal verbs in the text in the previous section. Then
complete the given sentences with these phrasal verbs.
p. 41 exercise 5 Students replace the underlined words or expressions in the given sentences
with the given phrasal verbs.
p. 44 Students read and listen to the text and underlined the right phrase.
p. 52 Students complete the text with the given expressions.
p. 59 Students read the text and complete the sentences taken out from the text with the given
words.
p. 70 – 71 Students read the article and use the chosen words and expressions from the text to
complete the given sentences.
p. 75 Students read the text and change the adjectives from the text by using prefixes and
suffixes.
p. 83 – 84 Students read the text and diced whether the given words from the article have
usually positive or negative meaning.
p. 84 exercise 2 Students replace the words in bold in the given sentences with the words
from previous exercise.
p. 85 – 86 Students read the text and search the text for information about the people from the
text.
p. 89 Students read the text and complete the sentences taken from the text by using the given
words.
p. 91 exercise 1 Students read the text and complete the given sentences.
p. 91 exercise 2 Students replace the words in bold with the given words.
p. 94 Students complete the text with the given words.
p. 99 exercise 2 Students complete the text with the collocations.
p. 101 – 102 Students read the text and find the given words and expressions in the text
p. 108 Students choose from the given words to describe the feelings of the characters from
the text.
p. 110 Students listen to the text and complete the sentences from the listening by the given
expressions.
p. 111 – 112 Students read the text and find the expressions from the text which mean the
same as underlined expressions in the given sentences.
p. 112 exercise 3 Students complete the sentences with the given expressions.
p. 125 Students read the text and replace the underlined words and expressions in the given
sentences from the text.
p. 127 Students read the text and search for the information to answer the questions.


Phrase matching
p. 16 Students match the parts of the sentences.
p. 21 Students combine the parts of the sentences form different columns.
p. Students match the expressions from the text with the given expressions.
p. 34 Students combine the words. e.g. a sore throat, a twisted ankle,…
p. 47 Students match the expressions with their descriptions. e.g. a cosy blanket – protection
for the car at night
p. 65 Students match the halves to make famous quotes : The trouble with children is – you
cannot return them.
p. Students match the words: smooth – skin, high – cheekbones,…
p. 80 exercise 3 Students match the beginnings of the sentences with their endings.
p. 99 exercise 1 Students match the nouns with the right verbs.
p. 111 exercise 1 Students match the two halves of the expressions.
p. 116 exercise 4 Students match expressions with their meaning.
p. 120 exercise 3 Students match objects with a part of the house.
p. 128 exercise 1 Students match the halves of the sentences.


Collocation dictation
I did not find any activities that would be based on dictation.


Pause reading
p. 106 exercise 1 Students listen to the sentences and concentrate on a momentary pause in
each sentence.


Lexical chants
p. 87 exercise 3 Students listen to the song and use the words from the song to complete the
sentences.
p. 119 exercise 3 Students first read the lyrics of the song and try to work out the missing
words from the context and the sound of the lines, then listen to the song and check their
answers.


Lexical drills
I did not find any activities that would be based on drilling.


Crosswords
I did not find any activities that involve crosswords or puzzles.



Workbook:
Text searching
p. 8 exercise 1, 4 Students read the text and correct the given words chosen from the text.
p. 11 exercise 1, 2, 4 Students read the text and decide whether the given statements about the
text are true, then match the given definitions with the words or phrases in the text.
p. 28 exercise 1, 2, 3, 4 Students read the text and place the given phrases to the right place in
the text, find words or phrases in the text that match with the given definitions, underline the
certain expressions.
p. 31 exercise 1 Students read the text and find the phrases in the text that mean the same as
the given expressions.
p. 36 exercise 1 Students read the text and put the given expressions into the right place in the
text.
p. 37 exercise 1,2 Students read the sentences and either take one word out of the text or
complete the text with one word.
p. 45 exercise 1, 2 Students read the text and put the given expressions into the right place in
the text.
p.48 exercise 1,2 Students read the text and put the given topics into the order as they are
mentioned in the text.
p. 51 exercise 1, 2 Students read the text and put the given phrases into the right place in the
text.
p.52 Students match the descriptions of people to the eponyms.
p.55 exercise 1,2, 3 Students read the text and put the given paragraphs into the right place in
the text, write questions to the given answers according to the text.
p. 56 exercise 1,2, 3, 4 Students read the text and correct mistakes that appear in the text, find
synonyms in the text of the given words, search the text for the meaning of the given words in
italics.
p. 62 exercise 1, 3, 4 Students read the text and find phrases in the text that are the opposite of
the given expressions, decide whether the sentences taken from the text are generally positive
or negative.
p. 73 exercise 1, 2 Students read the text and replace the text with the given words.


Phrase matching
p. 6 exercise 3 Students match words from two columns.
p. 7 exercise 3 Students match phrases to make mini-dialogues.
p. 12 exercise 1 Student match the nouns with the appropriate adjectives.
p. 15 exercise 6 Students match if clauses with the correct main clauses.
p. 20 exercise 1 Student match the sentences to the pictures.
p. 23 exercise 2 Students match the beginnings of sentences with their endings.
p. 25 exercise 4 Students match expressions with their equivalents.
p. 27 Students match the situations to the ritualized language e.g. at a funeral – ashes to ashes,
dust to dust.
p. 29 exercise 3 Students match the phrases to make mini – dialogues.
p. 40 exercise 5 Students match the words from two columns and then use these combinations
to complete the given sentences.
p. 41 exercise 7 Students match the beginnings of the sentences with their endings.
p. 49 exercise 2 Students match the given words with the people described in the previous
text,.
p. 49 exercise 3 Students match words from two columns to make word- combinations and
use these combinations to complete the given sentences.
p. 50 exercise 4 Students match the sentences with their endings.
p. 55 exercise 3 Students match words from two columns to make word-combinations and
use these combinations to complete the given sentences.
p. 60 exercise 2 Students match words from two columns to make compound adjectives and
use these compound adjectives to complete the sentences.
p. 66 exercise 3 Students match the sentence beginnings with their endings.
p.67 exercise 7 Students match the given words with the people described in the sentences.
p. 77 exercise 7 Students match words from two columns to make common collocations and
use them to complete the sentences.


Collocation dictation
I did not find any activities that would be based on dictation.


Pause reading
I did not find any activities that were mainly based on the pause reading (or that the book
instructions would advise to concentrate on the pauses in the text) . But the workbook
provides listening that are based on practicing stress, intonation and is provided with the
tapescripts. So, the teacher can use these tapescripts to help students to develop the efficient
flow of the speech according to these recording.
p. 6 exercise 1 Students listen to the radio pragramme and match the pictures to the extracts.
p. 6 Students listen to the short dialogues and answer the question.
p. 16 exercise 1, 2, 3,4,5 Students listen to the text, answer the questions, complete the
missing information.
p. 19 exercise 1, 2. 3, 4 , Students listen to the text answer the questions concentrate on the
pronunciation.
p. 22 exercise 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 Students listen to the text, answer the questions
p.24 exercise 2 students listen to the text and concentrate on the stress, repeat after recording
and should follow the speaker and his sympathies.
p. 30 exercise 2 Students listen and choose the right answer.
p. 34 exercise 2, 3 Students listen to the recording and concentrate on the pronunciation and
practice saying these words.
p. 42 exercise1, 2, 3 Students listen to the recording and practice saying these words,
concentrate on the stress.
p. 43 exercise1, 2, 3 Students listen to the story, compare the information from the recording
and the tapescript, answer the questions.
p. 50 exercise 1, 2, 3 Students listen and concentrate on the stress, practice saying the given
compound adjectives.
p. 53 exercise 1, 2, 3 Students concentrate on the pronunciation different vowels, check
answers according to the listening, and choose the best continuation of the record text.
p. 59 exercise 3 Students listen to the text and choose the best answer, check them according
to the tapescript.
p. 61 exercise 2, 3, 4 Students listen to the text, practise saying after recording, concentrate on
the stress.
p. 65 exercise 3, 4, 5 Students listen to the recording and answer the questions.
p. 67 exercise 1, 2, 3 Students listen to the recording and concentrate on the stress and
pronunciation in the underlined words.
p. 71 exercise 1, 2, 3, 4 Students listen to the recording and answer the questions.
p. 73 Students listen to the recording and practice after the recording, concentrate on the
stress.
The tapescripts: p. 78 -82


Lexical chants
I did not find any chants or songs in the workbook.
Lexical drills
I did not find any activities that would be based on drilling.


Crosswords
p.29 exercise 2 Students find the given words in the word square.
p.72 exercise 1 Students find the given words in the word square.

				
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