Education • Phrasal verbs • Collocations • Personality adjectives I can talk about education and different kinds of student. 1.1 Vocabulary SHOW WHAT YOU KNOW 1 With a partner, make as many verb-noun collocations as you can in sixty seconds.
Exercise 1 drop a class/ a subject fail an exam/ a subject/a class pass an exam pursue a career skip an exam/ a class/a subject study a subject take a class/
DO YOUR BEST
a career a class an exam a subject college/a university
attend drop fail pass pursue skip study take
attend a class/attend college 2 SPEAKING Write three questions with different collocations from Exercise 1. Then, with a partner, ask and answer your questions. Which college would you most like to attend? Why? 3 Look at the photos and read about four kinds of student. Which one describes you best? Compare with a partner.
If you think education is expensive, try ignorance.
an exam/ a subject
DEREK BOK B. 1930, FORMER PRESIDENT OF HARVARD UNIVERSITY
U N I T L A N G U A G E A N D S K I L L S Vocabulary: • Show what you know – verb-noun collocations • phrasal verbs – education • collocations • synonyms – personality adjectives • word families – verbs ending in -ize • collocations • Word in focus – do
You’re very well-organized and you usually remember to bring the right books to your
You’re gregarious and fun to be with. You
sometimes get into trouble in class because
Grammar: • present and past habits • verb patterns
classes. You want to do well and you try not to fall behind with your homework. You’re studious and eager to learn. You get good grades because you pay attention in class. You’re an enthusiastic learner.
you can’t stop talking. You particularly like interaction with other people at school. You have a gift for languages and you enjoy taking part in interactive activities. You’re a team-player and a communicator.
Listening: • people talking about memory • multiple matching
Reading: • an article about experiments in education • cloze text
Speaking: • describing and speculating about photos
You’re a popular member of the class with a good circle of
You’re lucky – you’re naturally bright. You’re curious about the world, and you soak up knowledge like
Writing: • a report
friends. You particularly
F O C U S E X T R A
enjoy teamwork and learning in an active way. However, you'd rather be outside on the sports field than in the classroom. You’re competitive and single-minded, but you’re also a cooperative learner who likes motivating other people.
• Grammar Focus page 162 • WORD STORE booklet pages 2–3 • Workbook pages 8–21 or MyEnglishLab • MP3s – www.english.com/focus
a sponge. You have a thirst for knowledge, and you excel at subjects that many other students struggle with, such as Math and Sciences. You’re a deep thinker and an analytic learner.
M01_FOC_SB_AM_04GLB_4414_U01.indd 12 EXTRA ACTIVITIES • Photocopiable resource 1 (education and character – 10 mins) MultiROM and ActiveTeach • Photocopiable resource 2 (Test yourself partner work activities)
NEXT CLASS • Ask students to prepare for a 10–15 minute vocabulary quiz: Focus Assessment Package, Unit 1.1, Vocabulary.
MultiROM and ActiveTeach • MyEnglishLab – assignable Show what you have learned mini-test WORKBOOK pp. 8–9
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