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Planificare calendaristica in conformitate cu programa scolara pentru clasa a VIII-a (Limba engleza, L1) Aprobat prin ordin al ministrului

Nr.5237/ 01.09.2008 pe structura anului şcolar 2018 / 2019 publicat în


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Clasa: a VIII-a H Nr._______/_____________


Disciplina: Limba engleza
Manual: Snapshot Intermediate, editura Longman Viză sef catedră .................................
Nr. ore: 2 ore /sapt L1 Viză director .....................................
Profesor: GAVRILA FLORI-CAMELIA
Aria Curriculara: Limbă şi Comunicare
PLANIFICAREA ESTE ORIENTATIVĂ ŞI SE ADAPTEAZĂ NIVELULUI CLASEI

PROIECTAREA PE UNITATI DE INVATARE

UNITS AND DETAILS AIMS TEACHING / LEARNING RESOURCES TIME EVALUATION

UNIT 1 1.1 to observe the Listening, Reading, Speaking and


order of the events Writing
Families from a clearly - Guessing exercise
SEEING DOUBLE - Interview articulated message - Listen and read/Useful phrases - listen
o Show interest or surprise 2.2 make up simple and repeat Textbook Oral practice
o Express feelings questions - Grammar snapshot - make rules Pictures Individual Discussion and
o Give personal information 3.1 to anticipate the - Complete the letter with the correct Notebook work debate
o Express agreement / theme/subject of a text tense Blackboard Pair work Writing
disagreement using the title, key - Complete the sentences with for and Portfolio Homework
o Write about themselves words, images etc. since and the correct form of the verb in
o Start and maintain a 3.4 to deduce from the brackets
conversation context the meaning of - Complete the sentences with the correct
o Write informal letters some unknown lexical tense of the verbs in brackets
elements - Phrasal verbs with get
4.1 to write short texts
Present simple and continuous
using linking words
Present perfect simple with time
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adverbials for and since
Verbs not normally used in the
continuous tenses
Reading, Speaking and Writing
"Seeing Double"
- Memory bank - family relationships
- Guess the meaning of words
- Vocabulary exercises - relationships
- Communication - keep a conversation
going
- Write a short description of the partner
based on the given description of a person
- Write an informal letter using the cues

Reading, Speaking, Listening and


Writing
- Guessing exercise - guess the meaning
UNIT 2 1.1 to observe the of the words
order of the events - “true or false” exercises
NepalTrek from a clearly - Phrasal Verbs with go
ON TOP OF THE WORLD - journal articulated message - Talk about trips Oral practice
o Talk about past journeys 2.3 to talk about - Grammar snapshot - make rules Textbook Individual Discussion
o Express feelings and states people, facts and - List each time expression under the Board work and debate
o Make suggestions, express events, using simple correct tense heading Notebook PW Homework
opinions and give solid argumentation sentences - Exercises using the past tense and the Portfolio Writing
o Ask and give details and 3.1 to anticipate the present perfect
explanations theme/subject of a text
o Ask, give or refuse permission using the title, key Reading, Writing, Speaking and
words, images etc. Listening
Past simple and present perfect 4.2 to write short, - Travel Vocabulary
The definite article and the zero familiar messages - Exercises using the travel vocabulary -
article write paragraphs about a train journey and
Phrasal verbs with go a boat trip
- Interaction - make an interview
- Write a description of a trip or a journey
- Exercises using the definite or indefinite
article
- Listen and read
- Asking, giving and refusing permission

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Reading, Speaking and Writing
- Multiple choice exercise
UNIT 3 1.1 to observe the - Vocabulary exercises
order of the events - Word building from verbs of emotion:
Lucky Day? from a clearly chart and chose the correct word exercises
GLASGOW BOY’S AMAZING WIN articulated message - Phrasal verbs with give
– narrative 2.3 to talk about
people, facts and Reading, Writing and Speaking
o Describe a place events, using simple - Grammar snapshot: make rules Oral practice
o Collect and organise ideas sentences - “A strange vanishing act” – complete Textbook Discussion
o Talk about the past 3.1 to anticipate the the story with the correct form of the Board and debate
o Express a desire, a preference theme/subject of a text verbs – past simple, past continuous and Notebook Individual Writing
o Write about personal using the title, key past perfect Grammar work Homework
experiences words, images etc. - “How do you explain it?” – write a book PW
o Announce and respond to good 3.3 to extract specific description of an occasion when good or Portfolio
and bad news information from a text bad things happened
o Write a narrative composition in order to solve a - Write a description of an occasion when
simple task some good or bad news was announced in
4.3 to write simple the family
Past simple
instructions for - "True/false questions"
Time clauses with when, while, as
everyday situations
soon as, before, after
with immediate Reading, Speaking and Writing
Word building from verbs of
communication - Rewrite a story, making it more
emotion
interesting
Phrasal verbs with give
- Write a story about an event where
something went wrong

1.1 to observe the order Reading, Listening, Speaking and


UNIT 5 of the events from a Writing
clearly articulated - read and listen to the text and answer Textbook Individual Oral practice
– The thirty-nine steps message the questions Board work Discussion
THE THIRTY-NINE STEPS 2.2 make up simple - word study - find words and phrases Notebook and debate
by John Buchan– narrative questions which mean the same as the given ones Portfolio Homework
3.3 to extract specific - present participle as sentence linkers Writing
information from a text - write the milkman's statement to the
in order to solve a police using the present participle of
simple task the verbs

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2.2 make up simple
Consolidation of language skills questions Oral practice
2.4 to describe people, Speaking, Reading, and Writing Discussion
places, images, and - explain the picture Individual and debate
THE BIG PICTURE 1 / TIME OFF events, in simple - discuss work Homework
sentences - answer the questions PW Writing
3.2 to draw out the - role-play GW
main ideas from a short - project work - create a poster
informational text
4.3 to write simple
instructions for
everyday situations
with immediate
communication

Reading, Listening, Speaking and


1.2 to find out the Writing
general meaning of a - Read the text and guess which person
UNIT 6 simple message/of an said
usual conversation - Listen and complete the notes
Edinburgh clearly pronounced, at a - Special uncountable nouns -
EDINBURGH normal speed complete the sentences
2.2 make up simple - Grammar snapshot - make rules Textbook Oral
o Ask and give details and questions - Rewrite the sentences with although, Board practice
explanations 3.2 to draw out the however and in spite of/despite Exercise Individual Discussion
o Ask and give directions main ideas from a short - Memory bank - places in towns book work Grammar
o Express a desire informational text - Write a short paragraph criticising Grammar PW Homework
o Describe a place 4.2 to write short, one aspect of the home town or capital book Writing
familiar messages city Notebook
Clauses and linkers of contrast: – to manifest interest
although, however, in spite of/despite + for knowing some Listening, Reading, Speaking
gerund (- ing) aspects of Anglo-Saxon - Listen, read and answer the questions
Special uncountable nouns geographical space - Listen and repeat
- Memory bank - clothes
- Talk about the questions
- Listen and read - shopping for clothes
- Make a conversation using the given
phrases
- Writing skills - Description of a
place

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Listening, Reading, Speaking and
1.1 to observe the Writing
order of the events - Listen and read
UNIT 7 from a clearly - "True/False" questions
articulated message - Listen and repeat
Mind haw you go 1.2 to find out the - Vocabulary - motorbikes and cars
MIND HOW YOU GO general meaning of a - Phrasal verbs with look
simple message/of an - Grammar flash - Verbs should(n’t),
o Ask and give details and usual conversation ought(n’t) to, had better (not) Textbook
explanations clearly pronounced, - Communication - listen, read and Board Individual Oral practice
o Give, accept and question or refuse at a normal speed complete the tasks Exercise work Discussion
advice 2.3 to talk about book PW Grammar
o Express discontent people, facts and Reading, Speaking , Listening and Grammar Gw Homework
events, using simple Writing book Writing
Verbs should(n’t), ought(n’t) to, had better sentences "Who Takes the greatest risks?" Notebook
(not) 3.1 to anticipate the - Before reading complete the tasks Portfolio
Comparison of adjectives and adverbs theme/subject of a - Read and guess the meaning of the
Comparatives with much, a lot, far text using the title, words
Comparative phrases: the … the key words, images - Grammar snapshot - make rules
Obligation and prohibitions with verbs etc. - Complete the sentences by making
must, have (got) to, needn’t 4.3 to write simple comparisons
Phrasal verbs with look instructions for - Discuss about people
everyday situations - Listen to an interview
with immediate - Write a paragraph
communication
Reading, Speaking and Writing
- Grammar snapshot - make rules
- Complete the instructions below
- Write a rules for young people in
school

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UNIT 8 1.1 to observe the Reading, Speaking and Writing
order of the events - Before reading complete the tasks
Ready for lift off from a clearly - "True/False" questions Textbook Individual Discussion
READY FOR LIFT OFF articulated message - In pairs complete the questionnaire Board work Grammar
o Agree and disagree 1.2 to find out the - Vocabulary - personality adjectives Exercise PW Homework
o Formulate hypothesis general meaning of a - match each positive adjective with book Writing
o Ask and give an opinion simple message/of an the negative one
usual conversation
clearly pronounced, at Listening, Reading, Speaking and
a normal speed Writing
2.3 to talk about - Listen and read
people, facts and - "True/False" questions
First conditional events, using simple - Useful phrases - listen and repeat
if/unless clause + ‘ll (will)/won’t sentences - Grammar snapshot - make rules
First conditional: imperative clauses with 3.3 to extract specific - Use conditionals to give warnings
conjunction or information from a in three ways Textbook Individual Discussion
Time clauses in the future with when/as text in order to solve a - Grammar flash - make rules Grammar work Grammar
soon as simple task - Complete the sentences about the book PW Homework
Personality adjectives 3.4 to deduce from the future with the correct form of the Board Writing
context the meaning of verb in brackets Notebook
some unknown lexical - Write an e-mail Portfolio
elements - memory bank - jobs and
4.1 to write short texts occupations
using linking words communication - listen and read
- Writing skills - semi - formal
letters

1.3 to select particular Reading, Speaking, Listening and


UNIT 9 information from a Writing
clear oral message - Before reading complete the tasks Textbook
STAR QUALITY 2.3 to talk about - Read the article and find words and Grammar Individual Discussion
No stranger to Hollywood - Newspaper people, facts and phrases which mean the same as the book work Grammar
Interview events, using simple following Board PW Homework
o Ask for and give positive and sentences - Vocabulary - adjectives formation Notebook GW Writing
negative opinions 3.1 to anticipate the with endings - y, -ive, -ful, -ent, - Portfolio
o Characterise persons theme/subject of a text ant, (i)ous, -ic - make adjectives by Exercise
o Ask and give an opinion using the title, key matching the first part of each word book
words, images etc. with the correct ending
- Discuss

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3.4 to deduce from the - Listen and answer the questions
Defining and non-defining relative context the meaning of - Phrasal verbs with take
clauses with who(m), which, that, where, some unknown lexical
whose elements Reading, Speaking, Writing and
Present perfect simple and continuous Listening
Adjectives formation with endings – y, - - Grammar snapshot - make rules
ive, - ful, - ent, - ant, - (i)ous, - ic - Join the sentences in two ways with
Phrasal verbs with take and without using who or which/that
- Memory bank - types of films
- Write a sentences about the film
stars; write about the favourite film
or film star
- Communication - listen and read
- Grammar snapshot - make rules
- Complete the conversation with the
present perfect simple or continuous
form of the verb in brackets
- Match the questions with the
answers

1.1 to observe the Reading, Speaking, Listening and


UNIT 10 order of the events Writing
from a clearly - read and listen to the text and Exercise
The horse whispere by Nicholas Evans - articulated message answer the questions book Individual Discussion
narrative 2.2 make up simple - word study – complete the Textbook work Grammar
questions sentences with an appropriate Grammar PW Homework
Consolidation of language skills 3.3 to extract specific adjective book GW Writing
information from a - first person narrative - write a Board
THE BIG PICTURE 2 / EDUCATION text in order to solve a paragraph in the first person about Notebook
FOR LIFE simple task pilgrim from the point of view of Portfolio
– to manifest curiosity Tom booker, grace or Annie.
and interest for
knowing some aspects Speaking, Reading, and Writing
of the Anglo-Saxon - explain the picture
customs - discuss
- answer the questions/- role play
- project work - create a website or
a display to present your school

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Listening,Reading, Speaking and
UNIT 12 1.1 to observe the Writing
order of the events - Read the text and check the
Regrets from a clearly meaning of new words
Liam’s story –magazine article articulated message - Answer the questions
1.2 to find out the - In pairs discuss the main ideas
o Agree and disagree general meaning of a -elicit ideas and discuss the questions Exercise Discussion
o Formulate hypothesis simple message/of an - Grammar snapshot – book Grammar
o Ask and give an opinion usual conversation - Use modals in the Past for regrets- Textbook Individual Homework
clearly pronounced, at should have+V3rd form Grammar work Writing
a normal speed -discuss the situation in the article book PW Discussion
2.3 to talk about -write a letter to the magazine giving Board Grammar
people, facts and your opinion Notebook Homework
Modals in the past : should have +V3rd events, using simple - Complete the sentences about the Portfolio Writing
form sentences make, let, be allowed to
Verbs make, let, be allowed to 3.3 to extract specific - Write about wishes- If only/I
I wish/If only +Past perfect information from a wish+Past Perfect
Phrasal verbs with make text in order to solve a - phrasal verbs with make
simple task communication - listen and read-
3.4 to deduce from the criticising/ making
context the meaning of excuses,apologising,accept
some unknown lexical apologisies
elements t
4.1 to write short texts
using linking words

1.1 to observe the Listening,Reading, Speaking and


UNIT 13 order of the events Writing
from a clearly - Read the text and check the Textbook
Guess who? articulated message meaning of new words Board
Physical appearance 1.2 to find out the - Answer the questions Exercise Individual Discussion
o Physical appearance general meaning of a - describe the appearance of famous book work Grammar
o Personality and mood adjectives simple message/of an people Textbook PW Homework
o Ask and talk about personality and usual conversation -Vocabulary- physical details Grammar Writing
mood clearly pronounced, at - Grammar flash– book
a normal speed - Use modals for conclusions- Board
2.3 to talk about must/can’t Notebook
people, facts and -put the adjectives in the correct Portfolio
events, using simple order
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sentences - Complete the sentences with seem,
Modals for drawing conclusions: 3.3 to extract specific look, sound and use like/as if
must/can’t information from a - match the words given with an
Verbs seem, look, sound or like/as if text in order to solve a opposite meaning
Adjective word order simple task Listen and Read
3.4 to deduce from the -communication - listen and read-
context the meaning of asking about personalities and giving
some unknown lexical opinion
elements t -use the notes to write a paragraph
4.1 to write short texts describing people’s appearance
using linking words Writing skills: descriptive
composition
-write about a person you admire

1.1 to observe the Listening,Reading, Speaking and


UNIT 14 order of the events Writing
from a clearly - Read the text and check the
They emigrated to the U.S.A articulated message meaning of new words
The story of “The clearances” 1.2 to find out the - Answer the questions
o Background notes about British general meaning of a - talking about different events in the Exercise
history simple message/of an history book
o Culture clash usual conversation - Grammar snapshot– clauses of Textbook Individual Discussion
o Talking about ancestors clearly pronounced, at purpose Grammar work Grammar
o Agree or refuse with reason a normal speed - join the sentences with – to, in book PW Homework
o Making polite requests 2.3 to talk about order to, so that Board Writing
people, facts and -write a letter giving reasons for Notebook
Verbs : used to/ be used to/ get used to events, using simple emigrating Portfolio
Clauses of purpose with to, in order sentences - discuss the letters Notebook
(not) to, so that 3.3 to extract specific -rewrite the sentences with- used
Noun formation with endings : information from a to/be used to/get used to
-ing, -ion, -ment, -ance, -ence, -ness text in order to solve a -talk about the differences
simple task Vocabulary-
3.4 to deduce from the -make nouns from the verbs and
context the meaning of adjectives using the endings
some unknown -complete the sentences with the
4.1 to write short texts nouns that you have made
using linking words
lexical elements

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Reading, Speaking, Listening and
UNIT 15 1.1 to observe the Writing
order of the events - read and listen to the text and
Heat and dust from a clearly answer the questions
Heat and dust - narrative articulated message -find synonym words and phrases Exercise
Consolidation of language skills 1.2 to find out the - word study – choose the book Individual Discussion
general meaning of a appropriate word Textbook work Grammar
simple message/of an - first person narrative - write a Grammar PW Homework
HE BIG PICTURE 3 / CRIME AND usual conversation paragraph in the first person about book GW Writing
PUNISHMENT clearly pronounced, at first impressions from another Board
a normal speed country Notebook
3.3 to extract specific Speaking, Reading, and Writing
information from a - explain the picture
text in order to solve a - discuss the things might be unusual
simple task or difficult to get used to if someone
– to manifest curiosity go to live in other country
and interest for - discuss about major or minor crime
knowing some aspects - causes for crime
of the Anglo-Saxon - project work - create rules and
customs directions for young people
-write a short report about crime
amongst young people in your
country

1.1 to observe the Listening, Reading, Speaking and


UNIT 16 order of the events Writing
from a clearly - Read the text and check the Textbook
Struggle for survival articulated message meaning of new words Board Discussion
Sea turtles in danger 1.2 to find out the - Answer the questions Exercise Individual Grammar
o The environment general meaning of a - talking about environment, book work Homework
o Wildlife information simple message/of an wildlife, endangered species Textbook PW Writing
o Wildlife protection usual conversation - Grammar snapshot– the passive Grammar
o Endangered species clearly pronounced, at - complete with the correct passive book
o Agree or disagree suggestions a normal speed form– Board
o Making suggestions 2.3 to talk about -write a news report using the Notebook
people, facts and prompts and ideas in the SB Portfolio
The Passive : all tenses ;with modals, events, using simple Vocabulary- environment
gerunds and infinitives sentences -make verbs from nouns
Phrasal verbs and expresions with do 3.3 to extract specific -suggest actions that you can take to
information from a be more environment friendly

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text in order to solve a -write a short news report about an
simple task incident (real or imaginary)
3.4 to deduce from the - complete the sentences with
context the meaning of phrases and expressions with do
some unknown Writing skills: letters of application
4.1 to write short texts -write a letter of application for a job
using linking words in
lexical elements

1.1 to observe the Listening,Reading, Speaking and


UNIT 17 order of the events Writing
from a clearly - Read the text and check the
Don’t panic ! articulated message meaning of new words
High-level performance 1.2 to find out the - Answer the questions /complete
o Sports and sports locations general meaning of a the notes
o Sports items, verbs and people simple message/of an - talking about sports and famous Textbook
o Expressing regrets about the past usual conversation people Exercise Discussion
o Agree or disagree suggestions clearly pronounced, at - Grammar snapshot– third book Individual Grammar
o Making helpful suggestions a normal speed conditional Grammar work Homework
2.3 to talk about - complete with the correct form– book PW Writing
Third conditional : if clause people, facts and -write a news report using the Board
+’d(would)/might/could have events, using simple prompts and ideas in the SB Notebook
Regrets about the past : sentences -Grammar flash- I wish/If only +Past
I wish/If only +Past perfect 3.3 to extract specific perfect for regrets about the past
Phrasal verbs and expresions with keep information from a -Vocabulary- sports and locations
text in order to solve a -write a background note about
simple task sports terms
3.4 to deduce from the -suggest actions that can help
context the meaning of -write a short news report about a
some unknown spots person
4.1 to write short texts - complete the sentences with
using linking words in phrases and expressions with keep
lexical elements

UNIT 18 1.1 to observe the Listening, Reading, Speaking and Discussion


order of the events Writing Textbook Grammar
I don’t believe it ! from a clearly - Read the text and check the meaning Exercise Homework
Instant marriage – magazine article articulated message of new words book Writing
1.2 to find out the - Answer the questions
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o Agree or disagree general meaning of a - talking about major decisions in life Grammar Individual
o Elicit the main ideas simple message/of an -giving opinions book work
o Giving own opinions about the usual conversation - Grammar snapshot– reported Board PW
topic clearly pronounced, at speech Notebook
o Report news a normal speed - report the news, statements or
o Speculate about the past, agree and 2.3 to talk about questions
disagree people, facts and -write a news report using the
events, using simple prompts and ideas in the SB using
sentences different verbs of reporting
3.3 to extract specific - Grammar flash- must have/might
Reported speech : statements and information from a have/ can’t have for drawing
questions text in order to solve a conclusions
Modals in the past for drawing simple task -speculate about the past
conclusions : must have, might have, 3.4 to deduce from the -agree or disagree
can’t have context the meaning of Vocabulary- environment
Verbs of reporting :various structures some unknown -complete the sentences with the
Verbs of speaking : say/talk/ tell 4.1 to write short texts correct form of a verb of speaking :
using linking words in say/talk/.tell
lexical elements -write a short news report about an
event (real or imaginary)
-Write a letter to a friend telling
him/her about a date, describing the
person you met and tell what you said
to each other
Writing skills: Reports
-write a report giving people’s
opinions of a new multi-screen
cinema in your town

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1.2 to find out the Listening, Reading, Speaking and
general meaning of a Writing
UNIT 19 simple message/of an - Read the text and check the meaning
usual conversation of new words
Caught in the Net clearly pronounced, at a - Answer the questions
The symptoms of Internet addiction normal speed - talking about technology in our life Textbook
o Internet background 1.3 to select particular -giving opinions Board
o Elicit the main ideas information from a - Grammar snapshot– future tenses Exercise Discussion
o Giving own opinions about the clear oral message - complete with the correct future book Individual Grammar
topic 2.1 to formulate form Textbook work Homework
o Report news affirmative, negative -talk about what we will have done Grammar PW Writing
o Express and accept thanks and interrogative by.... book
o Computer technology utterances - Grammar flash- short answers with Board
2.3 to talk about verb +so/not Notebook
people, facts and -discuss predictions for future in Portfolio
Future tenses : Future Continuous and events, using simple five/ten years’ time
Future Perfect sentences Vocabulary- computer technology
Short answers with verb +so/not 3.2 to draw out the -complete the sentences with the
Phrasal verbs with run main ideas from a short correct word
informational text
4.2 to write short, Listen and read
familiar messages – talk about the Internet and e-mail
4.4 to describe a -express and accept thanks
person or an event Writing– write two letters in different
regarding texts or styles
personal experiences

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1.2 to find out the Reading, Speaking, Listening and
general meaning of a Writing
UNIT 20 simple message/of an - read and listen to the text and answer
usual conversation the questions
Harry clearly pronounced, at a - ghost stories
Harry by Rosemary Timperley - narrative normal speed -discuss the questions Textbook
Consolidation of language skills 2.3 to talk about - first person narrative - Board Individual Discussion
people, facts and -write a similar paragraph Exercise work Grammar
THE BIG PICTURE 4 / events, using simple - style in the first person narrative book PW Homework
IS IT REALLY SPORT? sentences Grammar GW Writing
3.2 to draw out the Speaking, Reading, and Writing book
main ideas from a short - explain the picture Notebook
informational text - suggest the end of the story Portfolio
3.3 to extract specific
information from a text - discuss about particular/ certain
in order to solve a sports that involves animals or birds
simple task - traditions between preserved and
4.2 to write short, cruelty
familiar messages - role play
4.4 to describe a - project work – prepare a newspaper
person or an event advertisement about the TV
regarding texts or programme
personal experiences

Final Revision Consolidation of


language and skills Writing

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