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Look! Theres a Star!
Pairs. Imagine you are at a restaurant. It is full of movie stars. Talk about the
famous people you see. Use the conversation below as a model.
Emi: Look! Theres Tom Cruise.
Ana: Shh. I know.
Emi: Wow! There are a lot of famous
people here.
Ana: Mm-hmmm.
Emi: Oh, my gosh! I dont believe it.
Ana: What?
Emi: Look. Theres Cher.
Ana: Where?
Emi: Over there! Im going to get her autograph!
Information Gap: What Are Sabines Plans?
Pairs. Student A, look at this page. Student B, look at page 53.
Sabine has a busy schedule next week. Ask questions to get the information
missing from her schedule. Use the wh-question words next to the planner.
Use this language:
A: When is Sabine going to see the doctor?
B: Shes going to see the doctor at ___________ on Monday.
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Daily Planner
Monday __________ see the doctor
6:00 p.m. meet Mom and Dad for dinner
Tuesday 9:00 a.m. ______________________________
1:00 p.m. get a haircut
Wednesday __________ have lunch with Andr
7:00 p.m. meet Pam __________to study
Thursday 2:00 p.m. visit Mark at the hospital
__________ go to art class
Friday 4:20 p.m. take the train to San Francisco
8:00 p.m. go to __________party
When
What
When
Where
When
Whose
Lunch with the Stars
Level 1 Unit C.3 51
Board Game: Is There a Bank Near Here?
Groups of 4. Two pairs will compete. Each pair needs 1 marker. See appendix for complete instructions.
Example
Pair 1, toss the coin. Move 1 space.
Pair 1, Student A: Look at the cue (a bus stop/near here?) Ask: Excuse me. Is there a
bus stop near here?
Pair 1, Student B: Look at the map. Say: Yes, theres one on Green Street.
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a museum a park a hospital a library
a supermarket a post office
a movie
theater
a French
restaurant
a bus stop a train station a bank
near here? near here?
on Green
Street?
near here?
on Station
Road?
on Station
Road?
near here?
on Long
Road?
near here? near here?
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park
caf
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restaurant
Longman English Online Communication Companion 52
Ask and Answer
Pairs. Cover your partners side of the page. Student A, read the sentences. Student B, listen
carefully to your partner, and then choose your answer.
Student A Student B
Will you be at the meeting tomorrow Ill be back tomorrow morning.
afternoon?
Do you want a ride from the airport? No, I wont. Ill be at lunch with Tom.
When will you be back in the office? My flight arrives at 7:25 a.m.
Whos Tom? Hes just a friend. Youll meet him
tomorrow.
What time does your flight get in? Yes, thanks. Please dont be late.
Now put the questions and answers in the correct order to create a conversation. Then practice
the conversation. This time student B begins.
Role Play: What Are You Going to Do?
Pairs. Student A, imagine youre going to take a trip. Decide where youre going, what youre
going to do, and how long youre going to stay. Student B, ask questions about Student As trip.
Use words from the pool to show interest.
Use this language:
A: Hi, Jeff.
B: Hi, Pat. Are you doing anything tomorrow?
A: Yes. Im going to Hong Kong.
B: Fantastic! What are you going to do there?
A: Im going to visit some friends
and go shopping.
B: Really?How long are you staying there?
A: For three weeks.
B: How fabulous!
Oh? Great! Wow!
Really? Thats Great! I dont believe it!
museum
train
station
movie
theater
restaurant
shops
bus
stop
park
Level 1 Unit C.3 53
Information Gap: What Are Sabines Plans?
Pairs. Student B, look at this page. Student A, look at page 50.
Sabine has a busy schedule next week. Ask questions to get the information missing from her
schedule. Use the wh-question words next to the planner.
Use this language:
A: When is Sabine going to see the doctor?
B: Shes going to see the doctor at ___________ on Monday.
WebTalk
Groups of 4. Take turns showing your city map to the others in the group. Talk about 3
interesting places to visit in your hometown. The other students ask questions about your
hometown. For example:
Whats a good place to visit?
Whats the main shopping street?
Are there any good [restaurants,
cafes, museums, parks, theaters]?
Now decide which city you want to visit.
Why do you want to go there?
Daily Planner
Monday 10:00 a.m. see the doctor
6:00 p.m. meet _____________ for dinner
Tuesday 9:00 a.m. return library books
__________ get a haircut
Wednesday 12:30 p.m. have lunch with __________
7:00 p.m. meet Pam at the library to study
Thursday 2:00 p.m. ______________________________
6:30 p.m. go to art class
Friday 4:20 p.m. take the train to ____________
__________ go to Kaylas party
Who
When
Who
What
Where
When
Use these instructions for the games on pages 7, 15, 19, 27, 35, 39, 43, 47, and 51.
Groups of 4 (2 pairs). Use 1 book and 1 coin. Pairs compete against each other. Each
pair needs 1 marker.
Pairs 1 and 2: Put your markers on the Start square. To move forward on the
board, toss the coin. One side of the coin = move 1 space; the other side of
the coin = move 2 spaces.
Pair 1: Begin playing. Toss the coin and move your market to the correct square.
Use the cues and pictures in the square and/or in the middle of the board
to ask and answer a question. Look at the example on the page for more
information.
Pair 2: Make sure Pair 1 asks and answers the question correctly. If you arent sure,
ask your teacher.
Pair 1: If you are correct, your marker stays on the square. If you are not correct,
move the marker back to where you started.
Pair 2: Toss the coin and move to the correct square. If you land on the square
with Pair 1s marker on it, move to the next square. Ask and answer a question.
Pairs 1 and 2: Take turns. Play until one pair gets to the Finish square.
Use these instructions for the game on page 11.
Groups of 3. Use 1 book and 1 coin. Students A, B, and C will compete against each
other. Each student needs 1 marker.
Students A, B, and C: Put your markers on the Start square. To move forward on
the board, toss the coin. One side of the coin = move 1 space; the other side
of the coin = move 2 spaces.
Student A: Begin playing. Toss the coin and move your marker to the correct
square. Use the cues and pictures in the square to make up your sentence.
Look at the example on the page for more information.
Students B and C: Make sure Student A is correct. If you arent sure, ask your teacher.
Student A: If you are correct, your marker stays on the square. If you are not
correct, move the marker back to where you started.
Students A, B, and C: Take turns. Toss the coin and move to the correct square.
If you land on a square with another students marker on it, move to the next
square. Play until one student gets to the Finish square.
Instructions for Board Games
Appendix
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