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    EDICIN ESPECIAL PARA EL MINISTERIO DE EDUCACIN PROHIBIDA SU COMERCIALIZACIN

    Lina Alvarado Jantus

    EDICIN ESPECIAL PARA EL MINISTERIO DE EDUCACIN

    PROHIBIDA SU COMERCIALIZACIN

  • 1

    INDEXINDEX

    Unit 1: Exploring traditions .............................................................................. 2

    Unit 2: Take care of yourself! .......................................................................... 11

    Unit 3: Inspiring people .................................................................................. 18

    Unit 4: Different people, different lives .......................................................... 25

  • 2 UNIT 1

    UNITUNIT 11

    1 Read the texts about Chilean celebrations. Match them with the name, date, and place of each celebration.

    Each year, the Mapuche people wait for the new sun to return from the west. The New

    Year coincides with the winter solstice, as they believe that winter brings the renewal of life. A religious or community chief directs the rituals

    that call up to their ancestors.

    Each year, nearly 200,000 people descend upon the tiny town to celebrate this festival. It is

    one of Chiles most important and well-known cultural festivals. This religious celebration

    is based in Chiles Catholic roots and honors the Virgin of Carmel, the patron saint of Chile.

    Pilgrims, musicians, and dancers dressed in traditional clothing celebrate day and night throughout the festival in the Virgins honor.

    It is a three-day festival that celebrates the peaceful mixture of Spanish and indigenous cultures, as well as Catholic and indigenous

    traditions. Chilean, Peruvian and Bolivian participants come together to celebrate with

    elaborated costumes, dance groups and brass bands, which compete for the favor of

    the audience.

    La Tirana12 16th July / North of Chile

    Andean CarnivalFebruary / North of Chile

    We TripantuJune 23 24 / IX Region

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    II.

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    2 Read the texts again and answer these questions.

    a. What does We Tripantu mean? .

    b. Who is the Patron Saint of Chile? .

    c. What does the Andean Carnival celebrate? .

    A CHILEAN CELEBRATION Lesson 1Reading

    EXPLORING TRADITIONSEXPLORING TRADITIONS

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    3 Complete the sentences with however, but, or and.

    a. Lorena always studies a lot. , she often gets low marks.

    b. The service at this restaurant is excellent the food is delicious.

    c. Joseph is a careful driver he always has several accidents.

    d. Christie loves playing sport shes not very good at it.

    e. Anna is talented at music art.

    4 Look at the pictures, complete the words and find them in the word search puzzle.

    N F Z D U I O R M Y N SJ O I R S S J W R R O GY Z I R Z O G A L V I PR W A T E F N S J M S UE Q B H A O H Q H H S MZ U I A I R O O Q H E EU C Y S O T B C P T C ZG Q S L X M W E F X O GU I P A R A D E L R R YM G T C C P U N C E P GR R A K S N C P F D C DF O V H N L R F M S Q H

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  • 4 UNIT 1

    1 Complete this paragraph about Independence Day in El Salvador. Use the clues in parenthesis to fill in the blanks with an adverb of frequency.

    2 Complete the questions starting with How often do you.? and then use the prompts to ask each of the questions to four other students.Example: How often do you study?

    Student 1 Student 2 Student 3 Student 4

    Study

    Eat fast food

    Do exercise

    Visit your grandparents

    Have a picnic

    3 Choose one of the Students answers and write a short paragraph telling the how often he/she does each activity.

    Independence Day in my country, El Salvador, is

    on September 15th, but the people (80%) start to prepare for it on May 1st.

    There are schools and military parades in the streets. Each school group (90%) divides into three parts: the head of the group marches holding the flag, the players and dancers, and the students who

    march behind the others.The parade is on September 15th. It begins at 7 a.m., and all the students

    march while the air force does aerobatics above the town. After the celebration is finished, we (30%) go to the beaches or old

    parks. We (100%) take two days off. My family and I (50%) visit my grandparents

    and celebrate together.

    HOLIDAYS AND CELEBRATIONS Lesson 2ListeningListening

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    MYTHS AND LEGENDS Lesson 3Reading

    1 Write the past simple form of each verb in the box.

    call build

    live give

    open come

    ask eat

    study drink

    paint write

    work read

    listen go

    2 Look at the pictures. Use the clues and the verbs in Exercise 1 to write what these people did.

    a. My friends and I / math / yesterday: b. Peter / a big sandwich / for lunch: c. Joanna / an interesting book / last month: d. Brenda and Tom / the zoo / last week: e. Gustave Eiffel / the Eiffel Tower / in 1889: f. Liza / an e-mail / in the morning: g. My father / this painting / he was young: h. My mother / my sister / last Monday:

  • 6 UNIT 1

    3 Write about you. Complete this paragraph telling what you did yesterday.

    Date .

    Yesterday, I at and then I .

    In the morning, I and I .

    I at . After lunch, I and I .

    In the evening I . I at .

    4 Read the paragraph within your group. Compare your activities.

    5 Answer this quiz in your group.

    a. Write the verbs in brackets in the Past Simple tense. Your group scores one point for each correct answer.

    b. Answer the questions. Your team scores one point for each correct answer.

    PointsQuestions

    1. Pablo Picasso (be) born in Spain / France / Italy.

    2. The Second World War (begin) in 1935 / 1939 / 1945.

    3. Pope Francisco I (live) most of his life in Rome / Santiago / Buenos Aires

    4. John F Kennedy (become) president of the USA when he was 33 / 43 / 53

    5. The English King Henry the Eighth (have) two wives / four wives / six wives

    6. J.R.R. Tolkien (write) books / (paint) pictures / (make) films

    7. Man (go) to the Moon for the first time in 1959 / 1969 / 1979

  • 7

    CHILES NATIONAL DANCE Lesson 4Listening

    1 Complete the table.

    Adjective Adverb Adjective Adverb

    angry loud

    bad nervous

    careful normal

    comfortable quick

    fast quiet

    good sad

    happy slow

    hard successful

    2 Complete the sentences with the correct form of the word in brackets.

    a. Im sorry, but you didnt do very (good).b. You should try to act (normal).c. Please speak (quiet).d. You really shouldnt speak too (fast).e. She (successful) finished the course.f. We worked really (hard) all week.g. Ben started shouting (angry).h. You should do that (careful).

    3 Answer the questions using the word in brackets.

    Example: How do they act? (good) They act well.

    a. How does he speak? (loud)

    b. How do they behave? (nervous)

    c. How does Pedro move? (slow)

    d. How does Gabi laugh? (happy)

    e. How does Laura sing? (bad)

    f. How are you sitting? (comfortable)

    Listening

  • 8 UNIT 1

    SUMMARIZING A LEGEND Lesson 5Writing

    2 Underline the main events in the text.

    3 Write the summary of the story and read it aloud to your classmates. Follow the model and instructions on Pages 30 and 31 of the Students Book.

    The Navel of the Earth

    Long time ago, Hotu Matua, the king of the Maori territory, decided to migrate with his people to an island in the middle of the ocean. When they landed, Hotu Matua called the island Te Pito O Te Henua, which means Navel of the Earth.

    After exploring the island, Hotu Matua organized his people, the Hanau Momoko (Thin People) in twelve clans. They then built the village of Hanga Roa.

    Some years later, a second group of people arrived in the island, the Hanau Eepe (Big People) and forced the Thin People to carve big stone statues called Moai. These statues were representations of their ancestors and were built standing on large stone platforms called Ahus.

    For many years, the Thin People worked for the Big People extracting stone, carving moais and transporting them for many kilometers to the platforms, until the day when they rebelled against them and killed them all. After this, they went to live in the village of Orongo, on the Rano Kau volcano.

  • 9

    UNITUNIT 2

    HOW FIT ARE YOU? Lesson 1Reading

    2 TAKE CARE OF YOURSELF!TAKE CARE OF YOURSELF!

    1 Write the verbs in the box in the right place of the word web.

    play listen to write watch

    television

    soccer

    school

    a letter

    go to

    read

    the newspaper

    go swimming

    visit

    friends

    the radio

    2 Add words related to the verbs in the circles.

    Reading

  • 10 UNIT 2

    3 Which of these sentences are true for you?

    a. I read the newspaper every day.

    b. I play soccer twice a week.

    c. I watch television three times a week.

    d. I never write letters.

    e. I visit friends every week.

    f. I go swimming once a week.

    4 Write five questions about habitual activities. Use How often and the words in Exercise 1.

    a. .

    .

    b. .

    .

    c. .

    .

    d. .

    .

    e. .

    .

    5 Ask your partner the questions in Exercise 4. Take notes of his / her answers.

    6 Write a paragraph about your partne