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Introduction. 1 I can see tourists visiting an ancient temple. Pic. 1 is from unit 8. The unit is a speaking section which aims to teach how to talk about similarities and differences.

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Introduction

Introduction

1 I can see tourists visiting an ancient temple. Pic. 1 is from unit 8. The unit is a speaking section which aims to teach how to talk about similarities and differences.

2 I can see a man and a young boy fishing. They are in a beautiful place with mountains and a forest in the background. Pic. 2 is from unit 7. The unit is a listening section that aims to teach how to state opinions.


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Introduction

1 I can see tourists visiting an ancient temple. Pic. 1 is from unit 8. The unit is a speaking section which aims to teach how to talk about similarities and differences.

2 I can see a man and a young boy fishing. They are in a beautiful place with mountains and a forest in the background. Pic. 2 is from unit 7. The unit is a listening section that aims to teach how to state opinions.


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3 I can see a strange-looking animal holding onto a tree. It looks as though it is a night time in a forest. Pic. 3 is from unit 3. The unit is about Madagascar.

4 I can see a stage with some actors in period costumes performing a play. Perhaps, it is a part of a festival. Pic. 4 is from unit 2. The unit is about fairs and festivals.

5 I can see a beautiful old building. There are many statues and carvings decorating it. Pic. 5 is from unit 5. The unit is about tourist attractions around the world.


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1 p 68

What images come to your mind?

What can you see/feel?

What is happening?

Continuous Round Robin – 3 min

What are your team’s feelings?

Discuss and show them…. – 1 min


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2 p 68

1What are these people’s feelings?

Describe the pictures.

2 How might be they related to the text?

Timed Round Robin – 30 sec for each person

In picture 1, I can see a sort of beauty contest taking place. There are three young girls in long dresses. They are surrounded by a lot of people.

In picture 2, I can see some people dressed in traditional costumes. They seem to be taking part in a kind of competition.


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2 p 68

In picture 3, I can see a Maypole with young people dancing around it.There are lots of people gathered in a park.

The pictures are related to the title because they were all taken at some kind of a fair.


3 p 68
3 p 68

Listen and check, take down the key words.


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3 p 68

Read the text – 7 min.

  • C

  • B

  • A

  • A

  • C

  • B

  • D


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4 p 69

Think-Write-Round –Robin 5 min

Paper A4 – ¼

Thinking and writing – 3 min

Team discussion – 2 min


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4 p 69

  • Special occasions

  • Stall holders

  • Brass bands

  • Public exhibition

  • Street Performers

  • Supportive smile

  • Main street

  • Old traditions

  • Street procession

  • Potential customers

  • Quiet village

  • Handmade crafts


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4 p 69

Mix Pair Share – 5 min

Take your notes with you!

Dance, find a partner and make sentences with the expressions

Rally Robin - 1 min


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1Susan gave away some of her ceramics as gifts on

special occasions.

2 The stall holders were busy arranging their displays.

3 The brass bands are an entertaining part of the Cuckoo Festival.

4 The writer compares the Downton fair to Susan

participating in her first public exhibition.

5 The Cuckoo Festival simply wouldn't be the same without the many street performers.

6 The couple with the stall next to Susan's gave her a

supportive smile.


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7 Stalls lined both sides of the main street on the morning of the fair.

8 Downton is a quiet little village that enjoys its old

traditions.

9 The writer and his wife followed a street procession to watch the crowning of the Cuckoo Princess.

10 A few potential customers stopped by Susan's stall but they didn't buy anything.

11 Downton is normally a quiet village but it attracts many visitors for the Cuckoo Fair.

12 On the day of the fair, there were many stalls selling handmade crafts.


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drift out of control: slowly lose the ability to keep things organised

seal of approval: endorsement

marvel: be amazed by sth

quaint: nicely old-fashioned

produce: fruit and vegetables

hive of activity: extremely busy place

wares: goods to be sold

lined: in a row on both sides


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  • surplus: extra

  • critics: people who judge

  • parting with: letting go of

  • distracted: had their attention caught by sthelse

  • hustle and bustle: busy, noisy activity

  • purchase: sth bought

  • confess: admit

  • wander: to walk aimlessly

  • shrieks: screams

  • gazing: staring


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  • bargains: things bought at a good price

  • cope: deal

  • explore: investigate

  • weaved: moved in and out of

  • procession: parade

  • crowning: awarding a title

  • significance: importance

  • prolong: extend

  • feature: aspect


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SB: It takes place at the beginning of spring.

SA: How old is this fair?

SB: It dates back to the 16th century.

SA: How many people attend the fair?

SB: Around 20,000 people attend the fair every year.

SA: What kind of live entertainment do they have?

SB: At the fair, you will find brass bands, street performers and Morris dancers.


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SB: What do they sell at the stalls?

SA: They sell handmade crafts.

SB: What does Susan sell?

SA: Susan sells handmade ceramic plates and dishes.

SB: What do the children in bright costumes dance around?

SA: The children dance around a Maypole.

SB: When does the crowning of the Cuckoo Princess take place?

SA: It takes place in the afternoon after a procession.


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6 p 69

A: Hi, Jane.

B: Hi. Where are you?

A: I'm at the Cuckoo Fair in Downton.

B: What are you doing there?

A: I'm visiting the stalls.

B: Really? Tell me about them.

A: Well, there are lots of things to buy and there are some real bargains.

B: Do you like the fair?

A: It's amazing. I wish you were here.

B: I promise I'll come next year.

A: Talk to you soon.

B: Take care.


7 p 69
7 p 69

Dear Cindy,

Just a quick note to tell you how much I am enjoying my new life in Downton.We live in a beautiful old cottage in a lovely quiet village. I love it! At the weekend, I went to the Cuckoo Festival and sold some of my ceramics. My husband and I had a great time watching the street performers and the Morris dancers. You'll really have to come next year. You'd love it!

Bye for now,

Susan


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