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What’s Up with Your English? 3 Student’s and Prac ce Book
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Conversa on Strategy
Table of contents
AR 1 9
Lesson 1: What do you think will happen?
10 Lesson 2: Bring your umbrella! 20 Practice 1 26 Review 30 Project 1 32 Self-evaluation/Co-evaluation 33
AR 2 35 Lesson 3: Sounds like a plan! 36 Lesson 4: Get well! 44 Practice 2 52 Review 56 Project 2 58 Self-evaluation/Co-evaluation 59
AR 3 61 Lesson 5: Our digital world 62
Lesson 6: Great contributions to the world
68 Practice 3 74 Review 78 Project 3 80 Self-evaluation/Co-evaluation 81
QR Codes 84 Verb Tables 86 Audio Transcripts 90 How To Use AR 94 Photocopiable Bingo 95
Autonomy and personal initiative
Cultural and artistic competence
Competence in learning to learn
Social competence and citizenship
Knowledge and interaction with the physical world
Processing information and digital competence
Logical mathematical competence
Competence in linguistic communication
The ability to imagine, develop and evaluate individual or collective projects creatively, self-confidently and critically.
Which means appreciating, understanding and valuing different cultural and artistic manifestations critically, using them as a form of enjoyment and source of personal enrichment.
Competence and attitudes to keep learning through life in an autonomous way.
It is the ability to understand the social reality in which we live and the desire to contribute to its development.
It takes into account the ability to understand events, the prediction of consequences and the activity on the quality of people's health and environmental sustainability.
It is understood as the ability to search, obtain, process and communicate the information turning it into knowledge.
It is the ability to use numbers and basic operations, as well as symbols and forms of expression of mathematical reasoning to produce and interpret information.
It refers to the use of the language as a tool for oral and written communication.
Block 1. The Future
Block 2. My Goals
Lesson 1. What Do You Think Will Happen?
To express future intentions
To make predictions.
To talk about possibilities
Technology and Energy
Health Weather Leisure Time
Simple Future Want to
Modals (Obligation, Suggestion)
Lesson 2. Bring Your Umbrella!
To describe weather conditions
To talk about future plans
To talk about causes and effects.
To express possibility
Weather Future Plans
Modals (Possibility) Possessive Pronouns
Lesson 3. Sounds Like a Plan!
To make plans for life
Occupations and Professions
Lesson 4. Get Well!
To express personal goals
To talk about health problems and possible solutions.
Health Problems Healthy Habits Healthy Food
Zero and First Conditional
Block 3. On the Right Track!
Lesson 5. Our Digital World
To talk about advantages and disadvantages of technology
To talk about past events that are related to the present
Technology Digital Tools
Verbs (Regular & irregular)
Gerunds after Verbs
Present Perfect (affirmative)
Great Contributions to The World
To talk about actions that began in the past and continue now
To recognize how actions can affect others
To express personal opinions
Inventions & Discoveries
Since & For
Present Perfect (negative & interrogative)
Reading & Listening
Speaking & Wri ng
Pessimistic or Optimistic about the Future?
Making Predictions Future Intentions
How Weather Affects Us
Planning the Future.
Future Plans Weather Forecast
Listens, interprets, and gives messages that are relevant to the context using the appropriate code and media.
Expresses ideas and concepts through language.
Identifies main ideas in a written or oral text and infers conclusions from them.
Applies different communication strategies according to the listener, the context and the objectives.
Participates and collaborates effectively in groups.
Identifies, orders, and interprets ideas, datum and explicit and implicit concepts, considering the text of origin.
Produces texts based on the structure of the language, considering the intention and communicative situation.
Identifies and interprets the general idea and a possible development of an oral or written message in a second language, using his/ her previous knowledge, non-verbal clues and cultural context.
Uses information and communication technology to do research, and share information.
Reading & Listening
Speaking & Wri ng
Rich Dad, Poor Dad (1st part)
The Boy Without a Heart
Let’s Go Out!
Donating Organs Causes and Effects
Reading & Listening
Speaking & Wri ng
Are We Addicted to Networking Sites?
Mobile Devices Social Media
The King Of Pop
Rich Dad, Poor Dad (2nd Part)
Changing the World Musical Preferences Personal Opinions
Appreciating Our Talents
BLOCK 1 The Future
• Technology and Energy
• Leisure Time
• Future Plans
• Simple Future
• Want to
• Modals (Obliga on, Sugges on)
• Modals (Possibility)
• Possessive Pronouns
• Time Capsule Video
• To express future inten ons
• To make predic ons
• To talk about possibili es
• To describe weather condi ons
• To talk about future plans
• To express possibility
• Lesson 1: Simple Future
• Lesson 2: The Weather
I think robots will direct traffic on the streets.
I think cars will drive themselves in ten years.
a) Write the correct word under each picture, then listen
and repeat the words.
Technology & Energy
Scientist Electronic Gadgets 3D printer Solar Energy Wind Energy Fossil Fuels
What Do You Think Will Happen?
We always wonder about what life in the future will be like. I think robots will be everywhere. Nowadays, robots are being used for many different purposes. You can even have a robotic pet, if you want! There is a robotic dog named Aibo made by Sony company. It can sit, stand, and walk like a regular dog. It can also communicate and take pictures! This makes it a great guard dog because it can patrol your house and garden and take pictures of anything that seems suspicious.
Would you like to have one? What other things do you think will be done by robots in the future? What other technological changes do you think will happen in the following decades?
Think about your answers and discuss them with the rest of the class.
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What Do You Think Will Happen?
Simple Future is used to talk about predictions, future plans and unplanned decisions. This form of the future uses the modal auxiliary verb will (‘ll) for the affirmative form and will not (won’t) for the negative form.
Examples: I think everybody will speak English in the near future. People won’t go to offices to work. They’ll work from home.
To make a question, move the auxiliary to the beginning of the statement and add a “?” at the end.
Examples: Will scientists find the cure for cancer in ten years?
b) Unscramble the following sentences.
1. doctors / diseases? / Will /serious / find / the cure for ________________________________________________________________________________________ 2. Universal electronic / will / translators / people all over the world. / help / communicate ________________________________________________________________________________________ 3. need / Cancer patients / chemotherapy. / won’t / traditional ________________________________________________________________________________________ 4. wear / People / that adapt / will / clothes / to the weather. ________________________________________________________________________________________ 5. machines / use / to read / the criminals’ minds? / the police / Will ________________________________________________________________________________________ 6. expensive anymore / 3D printers / be / won’t / in 20 years. ________________________________________________________________________________________
c) Complete the sentences with your own thoughts.
1. In ten years, I think I will _____________________________________________________________. 2. I hope electronic gadgets will ______________________________________ in the near future. 3. I definitely won’t ________________________________________________ in the next five years. 4. I believe solar energy will ____________________________________________________________. 5. I’m sure eCommerce will ____________________________________________________________.
Lesson 1B Opening
a) Listen and prac ce the conversa on.
What do you want to do for your birthday, Sandy? Sandy: I do not know. I do not want to have a party.
Do you want to go to the beach?
I don’t want to go to the beach. I am not on vacation, and I don’t want to spend a
lot of money. I want to save it for my parents wedding anniversary. So, what do you want to do?
I only want to have a special dinner with my family and friends at home.
That is a great idea!
Then I want to watch movies and eat popcorn with you. Cheddar cheese is my favorite flavor.
That sounds like a great birthday plan!
b) Answer the ques ons about the conversa on you just listened.
1. Does Sandy want to have a big and fancy birthday party? _____________________________________________________________________________________
2. What does she want to save money for? _____________________________________________________________________________________
3. Who does she want to celebrate her birthday with? _____________________________________________________________________________________
4. What is her favorite popcorn flavor? _____________________________________________________________________________________