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A Birthday Present

C.4 A Birthday Present Happy Birthday! Pairs. Student A, imagine you are at Student B’s birthday
C.4 A Birthday Present Happy Birthday! Pairs. Student A, imagine you are at Student B’s birthday
Happy Birthday!
Happy Birthday!

Pairs. Student A, imagine you are at Student B’s birthday party. Use the conversation below as a model.

Kate: Hi, Luis.

Luis:

Hi, Kate. I brought you this.

Kate:

Happy birthday! Oh, Luis. How thoughtful!

Luis:

Thank you. I hope you like it.

Kate:

A pin? That’s great! Thanks.

Luis:

You’re welcome.

? That’s great ! Thanks. Luis: You’re welcome. Information Gap: Find the Differences Pairs. Student A,
Information Gap: Find the Differences
Information Gap: Find the Differences

Pairs. Student A, look at this page. Student B, look at page 56.

This is Rosa’s room. Student B has the same room, but there are some differences. Ask and answer questions to find the differences.

Ask questions about the TV, the books, the DVD player, the cell phone, and Rosa.

Use this language:

A:

Is the TV between

B:

Yes, it is. / No, it’s

A:

the bed and the desk? Are the books on the table?

B: Yes, they are. / No, they’re

the bed and the desk? Are the books on the table? B: Yes, they are. /

What are the differences?

54

Game: “Find Someone Who” Bingo Whole class. Talk to other students in the class. Ask
Game: “Find Someone Who” Bingo
Game: “Find Someone Who” Bingo

Whole class. Talk to other students in the class. Ask 1 question each time you talk to someone. You can ask the questions in any order.

Example Student A asks Student B, “Did you cook a meal last night?” Student B answers, “Yes, I did.” Student A writes Student B’s name on the line in square 1.

Student A asks Student C, “Did you have a snack before class today?” Student C answers, “No, I didn’t.” Student A doesn’t write anything in square 6.

When you get 4 different names in a row, say “Bingo!”

1

2

3

4

cook a meal last night

travel home by bus yesterday

go to a movie last weekend

try a new food last month

5

6

7

8

wash the dishes this morning

have a snack before class today

go shopping

work

last night

last week

9

10

11

12

walk to school today

go to a park last weekend

watch the news on TV last night

go to a concert last year

13

14

15

16

listen to the radio

take a trip last year

study for 2 hours

yesterday

last weekend

have a party last month

At the end of the game, talk about the students in your class:

Nilza cooked a meal last night. Marina had a snack before class today.

Information Gap: Find the Differences Pairs. Student B, look at this page. Student A, turn
Information Gap: Find the Differences
Information Gap: Find the Differences

Pairs. Student B, look at this page. Student A, turn to page 54.

This is Rosa’s room. Student A has the same room, but there are some differences. Ask and answer questions to find the differences.

Ask questions about the desk, the CD player, the clothes, the dictionary, and the plant.

Use this language:

A:

Is the TV between the

B:

Yes, it is. / No, it’s

A:

bed and the desk? Are the books on the table?

B: Yes, they are. / No, they’re

books on the table? B: Yes, they are. / No, they’re What are the differences? Sort

What are the differences?

Sort Out the Words
Sort Out the Words

Groups of 4. Each group, use 1 piece of paper. Make 3 columns. Write /t /, /d/, and /id/ at the top of the columns.

Listen to your teacher say each word. Does it end with /t /, /d/, or /id/? Decide together. Write the word in the correct column.

followed

lived

played

stopped

wanted

lifted

missed

pushed

studied

worked

listened

needed

started

talked

watched

Pairs. Now write a conversation, using 2 words from each column on your paper.

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The Perfect House Pairs. First, work alone. Draw a floor plan of the perfect house
The Perfect House
The Perfect House

Pairs. First, work alone. Draw a floor plan of the perfect house for you. Include the following in your plan: a living room, a kitchen, a dining room, bathroom(s), bedroom(s), a garden, and a garage.

room, bathroom(s), bedroom(s), a garden, and a garage. Now take turns telling your partner about your

Now take turns telling your partner about your perfect house.

Use this language:

This is my house. It’s a big, beautiful house. It has 7 rooms. Here’s the kitchen. The dining room is next to the kitchen.

WebTalk
WebTalk

Groups of 4. Imagine you are planning an end-of-semester

party for the whole class. First, take turns telling your group about the information you found on the web.

Then answer these questions:

you found on the web. Then answer these questions: • When will you have the party?

When will you have the party?

Where will the party be?

Who will you invite?

What food will you have?

What decorations will you have?

Now tell the class your party plans.