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By tomorrowmorning, the newspapers are going to gethold will have got hold of the story. Trust me. Then getthe pairs to report their ideas back to the wholeclass.
Am I right inthinking that scientists are currently working ontechnology that will allow people to live for ever? A Yes, indeed. And somescientists believe that this technology is not veryfar in the future — perhaps less than 30 yearsaway — although there is still a lot of disagreementabout that.
But basically, the first person to live forhundreds, possibly thousands, of years could alreadybe alive today. Perhaps some of the people listeningnow will live for thousands of years. P What makes it possible? Although people have often talkedabout it. A I think the situation now is really different from atany time in the past. A Well, yes and no! P Why not? A Well, they argue that there are already too manypeople in the world. So imagine a situation in which people startliving for hundreds of years.
Population will spiral out of control! P And Christmas will be a nightmare! A Absolutely. People have thought about this problem,of course. They have two main suggestions fordealing with it. And secondly,they say that people who want to live for ever willhave to agree to only have one or two children. P Are there any other disadvantages to the idea ofbeing able to live for ever?
There might be a problem withmotivation.
Why get up in the morning, if we knowthat there will be thousands of other mornings justthe same? P Interesting. P Your past would be like another life. And there are other possibledisadvantages. Some people believe that living forever would completely change what it means to behuman. So if weknew we were going to live forever, we might neverbe able to experience the most powerful humanemotions, like falling in love.
You could argue that the longersomebody lives, the less interesting life becomes forthat person. P Adam, thank you. Forexample, extra words for 1 could include: We stayed at a resort called Cortina. The scenerywas amazing.
There were snow-capped mountains,pine forests, rivers and streams. I love the Alps. Theyre as spectacular as any mountain range in theworld — in my view, anyway. But on the other hand,I think I need some time for solitary activities —reading or listening to music, for example.
It helpsme to relax. So in short, yes, I enjoy being alone, butnot all the time! Its probably a series called Lost. I likeit because the plot is really exciting and the specialeffects are great. In general, I like dramas morethan any other kind of programme. But at the sametime, I enjoy watching comedies like The Simpsonsoccasionally. I find it muchquicker and easier than using reference books. Although I must admit, information on the Internetis not always reliable!
I also use the Internet fordownloading music. I find it satisfying when I do well in anexam, for example. Having said that, I also reallylike the feeling of achievement you get from doingsomething like climbing a steep hill. Keya in end of answer b opinion end of answer c the other contrast d in end of answer e same contrast f admit contrast g it end of answer h that contrast i in end of answer 4 Ask individual students to volunteer examples ofquestions they have written, and review them withthe whole class.
You may need to do some extrawork on question forms, as well as on the specificvocabulary needed for each topic. Theywill do the reverse in exercise 3. Other answersmay be possible here, but students only need tofind a single answer for each item. Suggested answers1 help out 2 forgets3 told her4 contacted5 apologise6 promised3 All the vocabulary practised here has alreadybeen covered in exercises 1 and 2.
To make thisactivity more challenging for stronger students,ask them to cover up the left-hand column andthen uncover it to check their answers. A week doing nothing. She looks like Penelope Cruz. There is an assessed authentic answer to this taskon page 6 of the Writing and Speaking AssessmentBooklet. In Tapescript 4 below, type 1 key expressions arein bold, and type 2 are underlined.
KeySpeaker 1 lives is in a city and is happy with it. Speaker 2 lives in the countryside and is happywith it. Speaker 3 lives in the countryside and is not happywith it. Speaker 4 lives in the city and is not happy with it. Speaker 5 lives in the countryside and is happywith it. Tapescript 41I just love the feeling of space.
The view from mybedroom window is fantastic — I can see for miles overthe rooftops, all the way to the river in the distance. The scenery around here isamazing.
I feel so isolatedhere! I mean, my next-door neighbour is five kilometresaway. There are no facilities nearby — you have to getin the car and drive somewhere else even if you justwant a loaf of bread. Before I moved here, I wasso stressed the whole time — I never stopped to listento the birds, or look at the horizon. But now I do. The air is cleaner, too — fewer busy roads means lesspollution. Keya view e facilitiesb right f communityc scenery g quietd isolated3 Encourage students to compare the photos as inPaper 5 Part 2.
The first two points in the how todo it box on page may be useful. Check thatthey understand all the adjectives provided, andwhich are normally used for the city and whichfor the countryside, and get them to add others oftheir own. Keya all of them d antelope and possiblyb antelope monkey, though somec monkey may eat meat e monkey f dogTB.
This highlights the importance ofreading each question carefully in the exam.
A monkey boyB gazelle boyC leopard boyD dog boy Adding headings may help students to rememberwhich paragraph they have read key informationin. Refer students back to exercise 1 d,explaining that herbivorous is the adjective andherbivore is the noun. Theycan then use the context provided in the text toconfirm their answers. Then have a whole-class discussion. Encourage students to use appropriate verbstructures as part of the discussion, e.
They will have missed a lot of education. If they do this in pairs, get them to make anote of any vocabulary they have problems with,and review it with the rest of the class. If you have a monolingual class, you could allowthem to try to explain the difference in their ownlanguage before they refer to their dictionary.
Keya valley the only one which is a lower area ofground, not a raised area A mountain is taller and often rockier than ahill. A dune is a hill of sand.
Ponds are oftenman-made and found in gardens and parks,whereas lakes are usually natural. A lagoon isan area of the sea which is separated by a long,thin piece of land or a coral reef, forming a kindof lake. Ajungle contains very dense vegetation and isusually found near the equator in regions with avery wet climate. Shore is another word forbeach, but can also refer to the land aroundthe edge of a lake or other large body of water.
Coast is a more general term for the area of landnear the sea.
Ahedge is a border or fence created by plantingbushes close together in a line. Try to walk would mean that the writerthought that walking would be difficult for somereason. He tried toopen the window. But it was completely stuck. Suggested answerWilderness therapy is a way of helping young peoplewho have problems, by sending them on a survivalcourse in a remote area. Many of the teenagers who attend the programmesat RedCliff are almost impossible to control —and their parents are out of ideas.
One teenageboy who recently completed the programme wasdescribed as abusive, arrogant, foul-mouthed andill-disciplined — and that was by his mother.
Inthis programme we meet two of these teenagers,and find out how successful the camp has beenfor them. Rachael was happy at school with lotsof friends and was very good at long-distancerunning.
She was even enjoying being in thepolice cadets. But everything seemed to changewhen she became a Goth. She was told to leavethe cadets for failing to remove the 18 earrings,nose rings and other piercings she wore, and shebegan staying out all night, never letting her mumknow where she was.
Immediately after her timeat RedCliff Ascent, Rachael returned to Englandand decided she wanted to plan a career workingwith animals. One year after the camp, Rachaelis studying for a course in animal management ina top North London college. As part of her studiesshe is planning a study trip working with animalsabroad this year.
Things are still good betweenRachael and her mum. This is how Rachaeldescribes the change. Ithink Utah and RedCliff have worked magic. The situation for Ed and his familywas terrible. Ed has an older brother and sister. Hehas always argued with them and has stolen fromthem both, as well as stealing a laptop computerfrom his mother, Jane.
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