New interchange 1 video activity book

 

    New Interchange is a multi-level series for adult and young-adult learners of English from the beginning to the high-intermediate level. Interchange Third edition is a four-level series for adult and young-adult learners of English from the beginning The full-color Video Activity Book is designed to accompany the videos. New Interchange Video Activity Book. Product description. Interchange Video Resource Book, Level 1 contains photocopiable student worksheets and step-by-step teaching notes detailing how to.

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    New Interchange 1 Video Activity Book

    prespomattvesbe.cf: New Interchange Video activity book 1: English for International Communication (): Jack C. Richards: Books. Temos Interchange Intro Workbook, Interchange 3 - Students Book With DVD- ROM e muito mais. New Interchange 1 - Video Activity Book. Richards,Jack C. One Liberty Plaza, 20th Floor, New York, ny , USA. Williamstown prespomattvesbe.cf and Video Program overviews xx. Introduction to the Plan of Book 2. Titles/Topics. Speaking. Grammar. UNIT 1. PAGES 2–7. Good memories .. Word power, Listening, Writing, Reading, and Interchange activity. The.

    Subject to statutory exception and to the provisions of relevant collectivelicensing agreements, no reproduction of any part may take place without the written permission ofCambridge University Press. T T Progress check T 3 Where are you from? T T Progress check T 5 What are you doing? T 6 My sister works downtown. T T Progress check T 7 Does it have a view? T 8 What do you do? T T Progress check T 9 Broccoli is good for you. T T Progress check T 11 What are you going to do? T 14 Did you have fun? T T Progress check T 15 Where were you born? T 16 Can she call you later? In Unit 1, students discuss personal information. In Cycle 1, they say hello and introduce Cycle 1, Exercises 1—7 themselves and others using my, your, his, and her. Introduce yourself. Shake hands with a meet you, too.

    For a new way to practice the alphabet, try For more practice with the alphabet, play Line Up! Alphabet Bingo on page T Could you repeat that? Thank you, answers on the board. Audio script 5. Thank you.

    Answers 2. Jon 2. Sara 3. Stephen 4. Kathryn 5. SARA: No. My name is spelled S-A-R-A. Read each B title aloud and ask Ss to repeat. Ss complete the task individually. Remind Ss of the meanings of male and female.

    Interchange Third Edition Teacher’s Edition revision Pages 1 - 9 - Text Version | FlipHTML5

    Then they change roles. The pairs check answers by comparing lists. Go around the room and check their use of titles and last names. Write informal read silently. For example: them on the board. Point classmates. Go around the room and check their use to picture 2 and invent full names for the man e.

    Paulo Garcia and the boy e. Write the names on the board. How are you? End of Cycle 1 Ss: No! Ss: No! Write formal greetings on the board. Then greet several Ss using titles. For example: T: Good evening, Mr. S1: Good evening, your title and last name. T: Hello, Ms. S2: Hello, your title and last name. Point Disappearing Dialog on page T Explain the task. S1: Hi, S2. S2: Hi, S1. For excuse S1: S2 , this is S3.

    Interchange Third Edition Teacher’s Edition revision ...

    Nice to meet you. Remind Ss to look at each other as they speak. Play the audio program again.

    Ss listen and look at the pictures. Point out the choices in parentheses. They practice the them on the board. As each other as they speak. Go over answers with the class. David, this is Sarah Conner. Contrast the in our math class.

    Yes, I am. Then they compare answers in pairs. Ss listen, look up, and repeat. Then elicit the correct answers for each other when speaking. Ss complete the task for the second conversation individually. Ss write their answers in pairs. Then ask the class to correct any errors. Take a paper from the bag and ask a few Ss whose Answers names are not on the paper: T: Excuse me. Are you name on paper? Are you Steven Carson? My name is David Medina. Steven is Then ask the S whose name is on the paper: T: Excuse me.

    S2: Yes, I am. Elicit answersLearning objective: learn to sound natural when linking from the class. My name is Michael Ota. Then model it with a few Ss, using your own names and the conversation as a model. Ota and vice versa in the sentences on the board. Explain that Nice to meet you. Go nice to meet you. Learning objectives: learn some popular names andnicknames in the U. Explain that a nickname. For example, Lisa, Liz, Betsy, and Betty nickname is a short or informal name for a person.

    Ss listen and repeat. Then read the focus questions. Then Elicit the answer. Play the audio program. Ask a male and a female S to stand next to you. Group work S1: My name is Keiko. T: to class Her name is Keiko.

    Each group stands in S2: My name is Juan. T: to class His name is Juan. Then play the audio program again. Then Ss go around the class with their notebooks and complete the task. For a new way to practice the alphabet, try For more practice with the alphabet, play Line Up! Alphabet Bingo on page T Could you repeat that?

    Thank you, answers on the board. Audio script 5.

    Thank you. Answers 2.

    Richards Jack C. Interchange Third Edition Video Activity Book 1

    Jon 2. Sara 3. Stephen 4. Kathryn 5. SARA: No. My name is spelled S-A-R-A. Read each B title aloud and ask Ss to repeat. Ss complete the task individually. Remind Ss of the meanings of male and female. Then they change roles. The pairs check answers by comparing lists. Go around the room and check their use of titles and last names. Write informal read silently. For example: them on the board. Point classmates. Go around the room and check their use to picture 2 and invent full names for the man e.

    Paulo Garcia and the boy e. Write the names on the board. How are you? End of Cycle 1 Ss: No!

    Ss: No! Write formal greetings on the board. Then greet several Ss using titles. For example: T: Good evening, Mr. S1: Good evening, your title and last name. T: Hello, Ms. S2: Hello, your title and last name.

    Point Disappearing Dialog on page T Explain the task. S1: Hi, S2. S2: Hi, S1. For excuse S1: S2 , this is S3. Nice to meet you.

    Remind Ss to look at each other as they speak. Play the audio program again. Ss listen and look at the pictures. Point out the choices in parentheses.

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