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Leaflet OnScreen B1 INT Cont.qxp Leaflet OnScreen B1 INT Cont 3/28/17 16:41 Page 4ContentsVocabularyModule 1Destinations(pp. 5-16)GrammarReading natural featurestravelweatherplacesholidaysphrasal verbs: goword formation (forming nouns) present tenses (to) infinitive/-ing form adjectives/order ofadjectivesPatagonia(T/F statements;answer questions) survivalextreme weatherfeelingsverbs of movementphrasal verbs: giveword formation (-ing/-ed adjectives) The Wildest Dream(multiple choice;answer questions) inventionstransportfood/drinkshousingphrasal verbs: getword formation (adjectives fromnouns) will/be going to/ presentcontinuous/ presentsimple (future meaning) future continuous/ futureperfect time clausesA Total RealityExperience(T/F statements;multiple choice) communicationbody languagesocial mediatextspeakphrasal verbs: turnword formation (forming verbs –prefixes-suffixes) Emojis – The NewDigital Language(answer questions;T/F statements;multiple choice) environmentenvironmental problemsgo green actionsphrasal verbs: putword formation (forming adverbs) passive causative reflexive/emphaticpronouns question tagsConservationVacation(matching) shoppingclothes & accessoriespatterns & materialsspending moneyclothes sizesphrasal verbs: lookword formation (negative prefixes)comparisons like/as relatives - relative clausesShopping comes tolife at Khan el-Khalili(multiple choice;answer questions) sportsexercisehealthinjuriesphrasal verbs: keepword formation (nouns referring topeople) reported speech indirect questions genitiveExercising in Space(matching headingsto paragraphs;T/F statements) festivalsclothesentertainmentcinema/TVmusicartwork & jobsphrasal verbs: breakword formation (forming verbs –prefixes) Sherlock Holmes’London (matchingheadings toparagraphs; multiplechoice)Grammar Reference (pp. GR1-GR22)Word List (pp. WL1-WL25)Progress Check 1 (pp. 17-18)Module 2Against all odds (pp. 19-30)Progress Check 2 (pp. 31-32)Module 3Into the future (pp. 33-44)Progress Check 3 (pp. 45-46)Module 4In other words (pp. 47-58)Progress Check 4 (pp. 59-60)Module 5The Earth is ours (pp. 61-72)prepositions of movementpast tensesit/thereused to/wouldbe/get used toexclamationsadverbs/order of adverbsmodal verbsmodals of deductiondeterminers/quantifiersconcessionProgress Check 5 (pp. 73-74)Module 6Top choices (pp. 75-86)Progress Check 6 (pp. 87-88)Module 7Fit & Healthy (pp. 89-100)Progress Check 7 (pp. 101-102)Module 8Time out (pp. 103-114)Progress Check 8 (pp. 115-116)3conditionalswishesclauses of purposeclauses of resultPronunciation (p. PR1)

Leaflet OnScreen B1 INT Cont.qxp Leaflet OnScreen B1 INT Cont 3/24/17 20:11 Page 5ListeningSpeakingWritingCLIL/Culture an advert(note taking) ask for – give directionsdescribe a photopresent how lakes are formedintonation: stress-shift a poster advertising a place ofnatural beauty an article about a touristdestination (Skills: techniquesto start/end an article; usingadjectives; recommending;brainstorming) an interview(multiple choice) a dialogue(sequence of events) an interviewnarrate an experienceexpress shock/sympathydescribe a photopresent a character in literatureintonation in exclamations a diary entry CLIL (Literature): a story (Skills: setting the scene;The Sea-Wolf (extract)descriptive language) Culture spot: DanielDefoe a conversation(T/F statements;multiple choice) make predictionsmake suggestions – accept/refusecompare photospresent the history of space travelintonation: word junctures (vowelto vowel) predictions about technologicaldevelopments an informal email accepting/refusing an invitation (Skills:informal style; linkers; editing) CLIL (History): TheChanging Face ofTransportation(informative text)Culture: The Tube an interview(multiple choice) design and present your ownemojis speaking on the phone describe photos present a museum intonation: interjections a paragraph expressing youropinion a for-and-against essay (Skills:techniques to start/end; formalstyle; topic/supportingsentences; linkers) CLIL (Science): How Trees Talk(article) Culture: The ScienceMuseum, London a conversation(multiple choice) express preference giving reasonspresent how glass is recycledexpress opinion – agree/disagreecompare photosintonation in question tags an informal email about yourlast holiday an opinion essay (Skills:techniques to start/end aninformal email; linkers; expressopinion) CLIL (PSHE):7 Steps to Save thePlanet (quiz) Culture: Recycling inthe UK dialogues(multiple choice basedon visual prompts) present a marketdesign & present a marketbuy/sell clothes & footwearagree/disagreepronunciation: diphthongs /ei/,/ai/, /Oi/ a travel blog an email describing a market(Skills: adjectives; using thesenses; brainstorming) CLIL (History):The Spice Route (article) Culture: The Scottishkilt dialogues(multiple choice) compare lifestyles at the dentist’s talk about health –advise/sympathise describe photos & discuss youreating habits intonation: direct/indirectquestions a blog entry a letter describing an annualevent (Skills: sequence oftenses; error correction;recommending; brainstorming) CLIL (PSHE):Don’t give germs ahelping hand(informative article) Culture: Make-A-Wish an interview(multiple choice) CLIL (Geography):Fantastic Fjords (article) Culture:An Alaskan Cruiseexpress lack of understanding CLIL (Art): a quizask for clarification/clarify pointsEntertainment during an online application formmake a booking for a performance an informal email suggestingthe Great Depressionmake decisions(article)attending an event (Skills: make Culture: Broadwayintonation: follow-up questionssuggestions; error correction;brainstorming)American English-British English Guide (p. AE-BEG1)Irregular Verbs4

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Leaflet OnScreen B1 INT Cont.qxp Leaflet OnScreen B1 INT Cont 3/24/17 20:11 Page 5ListeningSpeakingWritingCLIL/Culture an advert(note taking) ask for – give directionsdescribe a photopresent how lakes are formedintonation: stress-shift a poster advertising a place ofnatural beauty an article about a touristdestination (Skills: techniquesto start/end an article; usingadjectives; recommending;brainstorming) an interview(multiple choice) a dialogue(sequence of events) an interviewnarrate an experienceexpress shock/sympathydescribe a photopresent a character in literatureintonation in exclamations a diary entry CLIL (Literature): a story (Skills: setting the scene;The Sea-Wolf (extract)descriptive language) Culture spot: DanielDefoe a conversation(T/F statements;multiple choice) make predictionsmake suggestions – accept/refusecompare photospresent the history of space travelintonation: word junctures (vowelto vowel) predictions about technologicaldevelopments an informal email accepting/refusing an invitation (Skills:informal style; linkers; editing) CLIL (History): TheChanging Face ofTransportation(informative text)Culture: The Tube an interview(multiple choice) design and present your ownemojis speaking on the phone describe photos present a museum intonation: interjections a paragraph expressing youropinion a for-and-against essay (Skills:techniques to start/end; formalstyle; topic/supportingsentences; linkers) CLIL (Science): How Trees Talk(article) Culture: The ScienceMuseum, London a conversation(multiple choice) express preference giving reasonspresent how glass is recycledexpress opinion – agree/disagreecompare photosintonation in question tags an informal email about yourlast holiday an opinion essay (Skills:techniques to start/end aninformal email; linkers; expressopinion) CLIL (PSHE):7 Steps to Save thePlanet (quiz) Culture: Recycling inthe UK dialogues(multiple choice basedon visual prompts) present a marketdesign & present a marketbuy/sell clothes & footwearagree/disagreepronunciation: diphthongs /ei/,/ai/, /Oi/ a travel blog an email describing a market(Skills: adjectives; using thesenses; brainstorming) CLIL (History):The Spice Route (article) Culture: The Scottishkilt dialogues(multiple choice) compare lifestyles at the dentist’s talk about health –advise/sympathise describe photos & discuss youreating habits intonation: direct/indirectquestions a blog entry a letter describing an annualevent (Skills: sequence oftenses; error correction;recommending; brainstorming) CLIL (PSHE):Don’t give germs ahelping hand(informative article) Culture: Make-A-Wish an interview(multiple choice) CLIL (Geography):Fantastic Fjords (article) Culture:An Alaskan Cruiseexpress lack of understanding CLIL (Art): a quizask for clarification/clarify pointsEntertainment during an online application formmake a booking for a performance an informal email suggestingthe Great Depressionmake decisions(article)attending an event (Skills: make Culture: Broadwayintonation: follow-up questionssuggestions; error correction;brainstorming)American English-British English Guide (p. AE-BEG1)Irregular Verbs4

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Leaflet OnScreen B1 INT Mod 1.qxp Leaflet OnScreen B1 INT Mod 1 3/24/17 20:12 Page 7Module 1DestinationsExtreme Travel AgencyCheck out our new package holiday destinations!MODULE OBJECTIVES 1,000 1,000Vocabularynatural featurestravelweatherplacesholidaysphrasal verbs: GOWord formation:(forming nouns)Reading an article(T/F statements;answer questions) 2,0001 The Maldives. 2 Argentinathe ‘1) .Witnesstedof stars’ – an illuminabody of water whichIsland!surrounds VaadhooVisit Iguazu Falls – thelargest 2) . inthe world!3 VietnamExplore the undergroundworld of Son Doong3) .!Grammar present tenses (to) infinitive/-ing form adjectives/order ofadjectives Listening Speaking 2,000 1,500 1,500 an announcement (gapfill) intonation: stress-shift asking for/givingdirections describing a photo Writing CLIL (Geography):Fantastic Fjords!Culture: An AlaskanCruise an article about atourist destination Progress Check4 Philippines5 Kazakhstanto Palawan – Visit 5) . Kaindy –Take a boat trip. with a body of water which coversa(n) 4) .l beauty!a spruce 6) .!amazing natura6 AlaskaSee amazing7) . alongthe state’s coastline!Natural features1Read the webpage and use the words in the list to complete thegaps. sea lake forest island cave waterfalls fjordsWords of wisdom“Wherever you go, go withall your heart.”(Confucius)2Which three places would you like to visit? Why? Tell theclass. You can use the words in the list. amazing fascinating wonderful interesting exciting memorable I’d love to visit Alaska to see the fjords on its coastline. I think it wouldbe an amazing experience!5

Leaflet OnScreen B1 INT Mod 1.qxp Leaflet OnScreen B1 INT Mod 1 3/24/17 20:12 Page 81a ReadingJourney at the End of the Earth!Imagine hiking through a remote region in South America. The sun issetting over a snow-capped mountain and all around you guanacos arecalmly chewing on grass. Nowadays, there are very few places of unspoiltwilderness on Earth – but with a thick coat and a sturdy pair of walkingboots, Patagonia is one of them! This region is at the southern end ofSouth America and covers around 400,000 square miles. Two thirds is inArgentina in the east and one third is in Chile in the west. It’s an area with avariety of landscapes – the perfect destination for adventure seekers! 5A good place to start your adventure is in Argentina’s Lake District in thenorth. This area borders the Andes mountain range, and it has recently 10become very popular with foreign tourists. You can stay in the beautifulcity of Bariloche and sample Patagonian cuisine. Got a sweet tooth?Well, the city is also famous for its chocolate shops! Make sure to take a trip to Nahuel Huapi National Park to explorethick forests, tall waterfalls and extinct volcanoes. It’s ideal for 15extreme sports such as mountain biking, kayaking and canoeing.Next, you shouldn’t miss the Valdes Peninsula on the Atlanticcoastline in the east. This UNESCO Natural WorldHeritage Site hosts a wide variety of sea animals suchas sea lions, elephant seals and orcas. You can even 20take a boat to go whale watching! It’s an amazingexperience to get up close to these gentleCheck these words1Check these words/phrases in the Word Listat the back of the book. Use them tocomplete the sentences. hike teashop wilderness sea animals cuisine extreme 6 remote snow-capped chew wilderness sturdy adventure seekers border sample sweet tooth extinct volcano peninsula host descendant settler glacier hike untouched 3 Nahuel Huapi National Park is a good placeto try . sports. 4 On the Valdes Peninsula you can see a widerange of . . 1 Patagonia is one of the few places whereyou can find unspoilt . . 5 In the area around Valdes Peninsula you canrelax in a Welsh . . 2 A good place to sample Patagonian. is in Bariloche. 6 At Los Glaciares National Park, you can goon a glacier . .

Leaflet OnScreen B1 INT Mod 1.qxp Leaflet OnScreen B1 INT Mod 1 3/24/17 20:12 Page 91aTrue/False statementsFirst, read the statements and underline the keywords. Try to think of synonymous words/phrases thatcould appear in the text. Read the text carefully withthese synonymous words/phrases in mind and markthe statements accordingly. Remember that the orderof the statements is the same as the order in whichthe information is presented in the text.3giants! Also, around this area, you might hearmany locals speaking Welsh! These are thedescendants of Welsh settlers, and many 25own Welsh teashops in the area where youcan have a relaxing cup of tea.As you continue south, the weather becomesmuch colder. After all, the southern tip of thecontinent is not far from Antarctica! The best 30place to experience this extreme climate is inLos Glaciares National Park. Here, you cango on a glacier hike on Perito Moreno! It’s aonce-in-a-lifetime experience to step ontothe blue ice of this massive glacier which 35has been slowly moving through the area forthousands of years! Patagonia is a wild land with breathtakingscenery and amazing wildlife! Home to theworld’s seventh largest desert, amazing ice 40fields and beautiful rainforests, it is one ofthe untouched lands of our planet thatmakes you feel like you are at the ends ofthe earth!Read the text and decide if each sentence isT (true) or F (false). Give reasons. 1 The writer suggests wearing warm clothes when visiting Patagonia. . 2 Most of Patagonia is within Argentina. . 3 The Argentinian Lake District doesn’t get a lot of visitors. . 4 Chocolate is popular in Bariloche. . 5 It’s forbidden to do extreme sports in Nahuel Huapi National Park. . 6 The Valdes Peninsula is on the coast of the Atlantic Ocean. . 7 The Valdes Peninsula is a protected area. . 8 There is a Welsh-speaking community in Patagonia. . 9 The warmest areas of Patagonia are in the south. . 10 Perito Moreno is a glacier which is no longer moving. .4Answer the questions. 1 Where is Patagonia located? 2 Why should tourists visit Nahuel HuapiNational Park? 3 Why is Welsh spoken in Patagonia? 4 Why does Patagonia make you feel “like youare at the ends of the earth”?52Where is Patagonia? What can tourists dothere? Read through to find out.Match the words in bold to their synonyms.What part of speech are they? unharmed future generation range taste huge durableListening & SpeakingWritingListen and readthe text again. Tell theclass four reasons why someoneshould visit Patagonia.ICT In groups, collect information about a place of naturalbeauty in your country. Create a poster advertising it.Write: where it is, what visitors can see and do there. Displayit to the class.7

Leaflet OnScreen B1 INT Mod 1.qxp Leaflet OnScreen B1 INT Mod 1 3/24/17 20:12 Page 101b VocabularyTopic vocabularyTravelVocabulary from the text1Choose the correct word. 1 Patagonia has a range oflandscapes/scenes frommountains to ice fields. 2 You should take a(n) trip/adventure to a national parkin Patagonia. 4Travel Guide 4 The Andes is the biggestmountain border/range inSouth America. 5 Patagonia is the perfectcoastline/destination forthrill seekers!Complete the advert. Use:extreme, unspoilt, sturdy, wide,massive.VisitPatagonia7-day all-inclusive package holiday! Visit one of the last 1) .regions on Earth! Try 2) . sports in Nahuel HuapiNational Park! See a(n) 3) . variety of sea animalsin the Valdes Peninsula! Go hiking on a(n) 4) . glacier inLos Glaciares National Park. There’s lots of hiking, so bring 5) .boots and a thick coat!3Fill in: on, in, with or to. 1 The town is . the eastcoast of the island. 2 I think Patagonia is the mostbeautiful place . Earth.Dublin Dublin is Ireland’s top tourist 1) . with upto 7 million visitors per year! The 2) . is expensive, so book your hotelroom early for a better deal. Most hotels have3) . such as restaurants and gyms. Dublin is a great city for 4) . . There arelots of 5) . to visit including museums andhistoric buildings. Dublin has a really exciting 6) . ! InTemple Bar, you can enjoy live 7) . suchas concerts or dance performances. In Wicklow, just south of the city, you can see somebeautiful mountain 8) . . 3 Going on a glacier hike is aonce-in-a-world/lifetimeexperience! 2Complete with: nightlife, accommodation, destination,attractions, scenery, entertainment, facilities, sightseeing.Weather5Read the text and choose the correct word. Check in theWord List.Unlike its name, Iceland isn’t really that 1) warm/icy at all. Average winter2) temperatures/storms don’t go much below zero. Of course, you do get some3) rain/snowfall in winter so people can go skiing! Iceland can have verychangeable weather in just 24 hours. One minute the

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