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Happy street 2_sb

  1. 1. Stella ‘Moidment and Lorena Roberts Class Book OXFORD
  2. 2. Can you find. ..? two cats Ci: ‘E3; acomputer six dogs V a doll %L_ I five jumpers @ a kite a pen / a pencil-case 6 two planes a skateboard two T-shirts
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  4. 4. Welcome back! Listen and read. Where‘: Flossy? T Greg, wher’s ’ don't kno, ;_ Wmgggigiigq ' Flossy? She isn't Mum! o J . Hey! Look, Jack! -. Blgfootprlnts. ..and What are these? .‘ small footprints! And Loom - What are these? 1 ‘t HREE puppies! . 4 What are these-? ; They’re. .. Unit 1 Lessonl
  5. 5. 1 [3 Say the chant. A is for apple, E is for eight, F is for fish On a big round plate. ’I . ‘ H 3 . ... .-», -,‘~. ‘fit 1%, ‘r’: [S for mouse, 9/5 517?. 3 , «;*“’~. '7?-it ~. - / rl-‘(1 9;, g‘ ( ; ;_. I‘; is for n0Se, J. ’ 3 Vim! !! aw“ . iw; ,—; .’ kw‘ O is for oranges — : f® Mm, I love those! P is for pencil, Q is for queen, R is for robots — Red, blue, and green. S is for sock, T is for train, U is for umbrellas We use in the rain. Unit 1 Lesson 2 , s¢': §:“‘. . 3 I B is for blue é? ’-. °‘f2*t‘—« 2' '. . ’ 2. L ; -~ —« (iii . « is J C is for cake '- <4‘ _ M, /y_ " . .. - -is w. For me and you. if: ::‘.3,: .‘ (‘, g§’eT§’. v9’/ -/’<_/ ,prip. ,.‘ c‘ D is for dinosaur, /T"““: l “~--~—‘/ "%r‘. / ' R *- G is for girl, H is for hat, I is for ice cream — " , : ‘/ Yum, i like that! Wéé/ /(*7. J is for jeans, 0 K is for kite, A/ /1-54 . - ©/ ’- L is for lamps We turn on at night. 1! . .._- {—€? !_: .?. ;_, - V is for van, ‘. ~"= _."s for white, X is in fox. At the end? That's right! Y is for yo-yo, Z is for zoo. That’s all the letters. Can you say them too? ‘xi’ II ‘3 1
  6. 6. Listen and repeat. I spy with m h ‘b y little eye something beginning wit ’. Is it a bag? Is it a banana? 6 Unit 1 Lesson 3
  7. 7. , IZI Say the chant. r ' ’ ‘ ' ‘ ‘ How do you spell Blacky? How do you spell. .. Blacky? » p I know, it’s easy! w I know how to spell it — 5 ‘*0 , it’s as easy as can be! _ g B—L—A—C—K—W v ‘V .5 . .. I‘ G ’ . p I I How do you spell. .. Snowy? .7‘ A I know, it’s easy! I know how to spell it — It’s as easy as can be! S—N-O-W—Y! -I <_ How do you spell. .. Spotty? I know, it’s easy! I know how to spell it — it’s as easy as can be! Unit 1 Lesson 4 7
  8. 8. Bi 2 Mrlltoppy families 1 E Listen and read. The Presents _. _I 3 ‘~ ‘5 I I 3 Grandma! Glrandpal 3 I Eek! Jack! They’re here! p Have you got the presents? r . ii I; I 5 1 Ii: 31-. .. __ ‘ Hello, Dad! Hello, Mum! Happy Anniversary! 4| e a present for you, Grandma! Quick, Jack! Where's her present? «-- IF / G/ Oh JACK! And don t forget Grandpa! ’ Where’s his present? - . Y0“ S”-LY boy! I A _ _ , And atie! Ha, ha! 8 , his / her Unit 2 Lesson 1
  9. 9. _ , . . r- < I ’ F / . . / .‘A"“~ . -.5’. til 4 u'¢ T I (ma 3%) (""5 9%? I. lit. ‘ txiaj P D ' "—. ,‘, (myJ-gig-flwr) (£153 r"”*&»~. -___. -.»— 2 Read and say. 1 Who is Polly‘s brother? 5 Who is Susan’s sister? 2 Who is Bertie’s sister? 6 Who is Polly‘s auntie? 3 Who is Susan’s mum? 7 How many cousins has Polly got? 4 Who is Paul's dad? 8 How many uncles has Polly got? Unit 2 Lesson 2 9
  10. 10. 1 E Listen and repeat. sixty seventy eighty ninety ahundred My brother lives at number forty-four. His house has got a red and yellow door. Woof! Woof! Woof! Woof! Woof! My sister lives at number sixty-eight. Her house has got a black and orange gate. Woof! Woof! Woof! Woof! Woof! My auntie lives at number thirty-two. Her house has got a swing. it’s green and blue. Woof! Woof! Woof! Woof! Woof! My uncle lives at number fifty—three. His house has got a little apple tree. Woof! Woof! Woof! Woof! Woof! My cousin lives at number twenty—one. His house has got a slide. it’s fun! Woof! Woof! Woof! Woof! Woof! 3 Look and say. Unit 2 Lesson 3
  11. 11. 1 E Listen and repeat. ( it’s Aiig ? 3 i E i x t k>. (’ Unit 2 Lesson 4
  12. 12. Flora Fortune talks about her family and their band. 323 How old are you, Flora? I'm ten. 3:3 How many brothers and sisters have you got? I've got one sister and three brothers. 5 Five Fortunes! OK, what are their names and how old are they? Well. .. Fergus and Fred are thirteen. Fergus plays the guitar and Fred plays the keyboards. =3? Are Fergus and Fred twins? Yes! It's Funny. Fergus has got brown hair and brown eyes and Fred's got blond hair and blue eyes. .. but yes, they're twins! l I I H ‘"4: . 3.3 How old is he? And who plays the drums? My little sister. She's eight. 3 What's her name? Fay. 5 So that's Fergus, Fred, Fay, and you - Flora. That's only Four Fortunes! Yes, that's right. I've got a little brother too. His name's Felix. He's only three. He isn't in the band. .. but he can sing! little Felix is only three. He isn't in the band. .. yet! 2 Read and say. 1 Who plays the guitar? 2 Who isn't in the band? 3 Who's got brown hair? 4 Who plays the drums? 5 Who's got a brother called Fergus? 6 Who’s ten? 12 Unit 2 Lesson 5
  13. 13. 2' ‘" ‘ E“ j''-. ,‘ i“ / aw‘ : —sr; ‘.. hl. ,.‘ If‘. ” 5 Cl 11/ Eff F ', »f_‘, )*w1 :3-E ‘, rf*_. { E . ,—_’ . .!. i . : I' IV! 2;; I I ll%:7i! iix . J l. :; J.-. Story 1: The Island Monster One day a plane flies over Colin's house. ‘4_. -3' Colin — here's a parcel for you! c_, -' What does that mean? I think it's a . a y T; A? ‘ Another computer game! And what's this? Oh, it's a compass. Hey, that's really cool! Colin arrives at the beach. - , i mi </ "what's that nois5". I'm going into I Where am I now? Oh no! riand ’ _ It's a long way to the beach! 4 9 Can I swim that far? Colin! Help! 1 It's the island Monster. It's got me! Help! There's something in thejungle! ._ It's coming this way/ // 6 « x -- Oh. no! l/ I/. hat, can I do? /' That's Clara's voice! Clara? Where are you a Unit 2 Lesson 6 code word! /'
  14. 14. Food, food, food! 1 El Listen and read. Shopping for mum ( Some apples ) i ' l. xPlease, Jason. /' . :77 r. J >7 “I 3 . ‘I Fuivedl apples or ' _'§‘. _V[: >‘AM‘-‘}', ~:, «green apples? I Well, I like red [apples but Mum likes green apples. .. . ‘ / I 57 ‘T — , A ‘V ‘ 4' " K‘ 2 Q ‘ 5 Some apples and some I cereal, please! Don't forget! / f! or : ,ii = ' 1 , , 1 i '9 1 . ’ - +- 7 . !~. : — r. " ~, ‘» , r''. ’ '; 9]. Yv '. 'ZiIA, ‘: . . . /5 ; .7 ~ ' L. -L» ‘Ti-' '- . »-fl‘ '~ . _. _.. __. ... ... ._. _._ - . _ (_ Here they are. And some cereal. .. H) ~, ,-N; . V e—/ Ly/ (A; ’ Des your mom @ like Wizzos? Sorrg, Jason! Mum doesn’t like Wizzos? : ]4 Does he / she like. . . ?; He / She doesn’t like. .. Unit 3 Lesson 1
  15. 15. 1 Look at Mr Potter’s list. /7s"2r2<‘a§'2m525?. Shoppcng list / was oranges 9'“<1P€5 <_ ii’ pears Unit 3 Lesson 2 some/ any
  16. 16. 1 C2] Listen and repeat. It's eleven o'clock. It's three o'clock. It’s half past two. It's half past four. 2 E Sing the song. , .. l 9. 1 -_ I . ~.-. ;-xv-sus . ‘ I have breakfast at eight o’clock. Sometimes it’s half past nine. I wash my paws, I wash my face, And I sleep till lunch time. I have lunch at half past twelve. Sometimes it’s half past one. I wash my paws, I wash my face, And I sleep out in the sun. I have dinner at eight o’clock. Sometimes it’s half past nine. I wash my paws, I wash my face, And I sleep till breakfast time. 16 eight o'cIock/ half past nine Unit 3 Lesson 3
  17. 17. 1 I274] Look and listen. ' I "3 ‘_ W‘ ‘ "‘ I" R . ‘ 1' I I I Sc". *.c'l 'ic. ".es ,4:; .., ‘ Tuna sandwich » ‘orange juice Large small l I Ir‘ I‘ -———— . I I f I .1 ‘ l Cheese sandwich .1 Apple juice Large Small ll’ i »-’7.'. . 7" V , l I I - : ’ai-; :.‘. ..-. ~.. .V- I ‘El I, ‘. ‘Egg sandwich x . .. . Lemonade :4! Large Small f l ’T I v—~ ‘ . l_. 4*? ‘ _. I I . ‘ I‘ , ~ -1. . ' r - I’ ‘—fi""‘ " ' **" ' +'~— , .. 7 , I: J; ‘ t, " ~u, /V . . J-<1.-/ ag/ <:. _~ . W -; ~_-. I-“A2. . ~ 2 I . / CanlrTa7e. a tuna sanoIwich, please? I . ’/ f,*I>. LAJ _: _.. ... .._. —_. ,—. .._. _.; .___, ‘.__4-———— Here you are. ..’ a delicious L , ‘ cheese Sandwich! ' '/ I I 9 , I ~ , »/I / 'I'I‘x'r:1i vi / I ,0 ' i V1- _- 15- / , <' I 1 I‘I>. < ~°> 6 . Cant havea large apple juice, please ? 1' HA Q; i. ‘i No! Not a smallafiplgjhlce — a large applejulce ! . 2 5’-. ‘ ‘)5 1.} ‘ You want. .. / 3 ea’: I *r__ . I , . I 1' You bring. .. / *' " 4 I‘ 3 K. E‘ , . Unit 3 Lesson 4
  18. 18. This is Matt's sister, Liz. She's fourteen. She always has orange juice, toast, and yoghurt for breakfast. She sometimes has an apple but she never has cereal. '. 'lnu »l« -7-. ‘-I-ll: it-W: in’, |ll‘—'0I: tl'L1f This is Matt. He's ten. He always has cereal and a glass of milk for breakfast. He sometimes has a banana — but not today. He never has eggs. He doesn’t like eggs. This is Matt's teacher, Mr Harper. He loves breakfast! He always has cereal, beans, tomatoes, and two eggs. Sometimes he has toast too! He never has bananas or yoghurt. He doesn't like yoghurt. Hurry up, Mr Harper. Its time for school! 2 Correct these sentences with always, sometimes, and never. 18 1 Mr Harper always has yoghurt for breakfast. I, ‘ '7, who, do you have 2 Liz never has orange juice for breakfast. _' *°" b'°°kf°5"-’ 3 Matt sometimes has eggs for breakfast. - , 4 Mr Harper always has toast for breakfast. « A 5 Liz sometimes has cereal for breakfast. .-I I 5 ill. always / sometimes / never I ’ .5 “W Unit 3 Lesson 5
  19. 19. Don't walk on Colin in Computerland The Island Monster: Part 2 They run into the jungle. .. It comes here every day and takes people. ’ We can't catch it! / *.. ..»Tsum~ . What's the problem? xgfs it the monster: /, it _ ~— Yes, it’s enomlous! Like a lion or a tiger - but big, V i like an elephant! It's got " D-1 my friend, Clara! ilfi Cme on! Follow me! Come on, Colin - you can The monster can ') do it. Hold on tight and jump over it, ' swing your legs. ' Stop! those sticks! , rt - why? What's the matter? . At last they come to a river. .. ' But the river is dangerous too! . 1"’, ""7 . ' (’6K—let's swim there? ) Where now? — " , - V "x7 " _. ..— Are we lost? at the footprints. I think the monster is A on that island. ‘.4 Unit 3 Lesson 6
  20. 20. Extended Reading My cal aellelbratilom o I} _ in g. ‘ The first day of the year is a holiday. On January 1st we make New Year’s Resolutions. My New Year’s Resolution is to be nice to my little brother! ‘I’ -‘ ill lull VI. ‘ . T" (“'9' _' Pancake Day is always J; I on a Tuesday. We cook 3 I! pancakes and eat them. 1" ‘ ~53‘ I like pancakes with -Q“ lemon. My brother " ’ "‘; ,_ likes pancakes with chocolate! -' ~'-I Ci, ‘ On May 1st we have a celebration at school. We all dance round a ‘maypole’ in the playground. It's a very old dance! Our town has a carnival in July. One girl is the Carnival Queen. She wears a beautiful dress and a crown. This year the carnival is on July 23rd and my friend Jenny is the Carnival Queen! 20 On February 14th we send cards to people we love - but we don’t write our names in them! Some cards are very romantic. Some cards are funny. "iir_-. w Irfil -. -'‘. '-. '.I This year Easter is in April. On Easter Day we eat chocolate Easter eggs. Dad hides the eggs in the garden and my brother and I look for them. it’s fun! i ‘.1’: _; {- My birthday is on “'“ June 22nd. I have 3., _, _ presents and cards P ' z _-j 2 10 ‘, from all my family _ I ‘I and friends, and a birthday cake with candles on it. I love my birthday! There's no school and everyone goes on holiday. Hooray! Our family always 1 goes to the seaside ‘ for two weeks.
  21. 21. aw ' -Iiiulw-" " —- '-can-W '-any-' -III—i-I ll H:5:9I. l@liL| . Tlurn. ~:; alr We take fruit and E vegetables to school for the Harvest Festival. The school cook makes some special bread. We give the food to old people in the town. NOVEMBER Bonfire Night is on November 5th. There’s a big bonfire in the park and lots of fireworks. My brother likes the noisy fireworks best. BANG! CRASH! . -as . -.v_/ .; My birtda‘ D A" _ I l 23:". OCTOBER On October 31st we dress up as witches and ghosts and we make a scary pumpkin face. We put a candle inside and put it in the window. Wooooooo! DECEMBER December 25th is my favourite day of all! My family give me lots of presents and I give them presents too. We have a Christmas tree and a special family lunch. it’s brilliant! ‘ Happy in-birthday, Lot‘ }J”~' em. Q O ‘K 3
  22. 22. ./ l, -_a A day at the zoo 1 E Listen and read. Funny fixnimczls I I like penguins I —they’re funny. / Hooray! A day at the zoo! I HFIPVY ST: -;F. ET $O—'D0 Yes, they are! .1 V let's go and see ow. Let’s ‘-5 g, }—- the penguins! ask the keeper! 1* Are they friendly? . 3% , T N ‘. ,_n . Excuse me! ' _ “ ‘ ’ 9 . Have you got ‘*f‘e“[, , any animals ; ¢ , bh, ino! The9 menu‘ flu ( Yes, they are! dangerous! @ They’re very friendly. — 4 l ‘ll l3.'. .". ¢: . . xx J a (It . It 5 I ig; Ir hleé, Greg and Jack! j They aren't; Are they? Unit 4 Lesson 1 4 ‘ T , -. “' 2
  23. 23. 1 E Listen. Which animals can you hear? rs’ . . ”_4‘. K.y‘>g. y_gi_ _ a. pengttin a. monkey E : .A 2 3,2; I. f"’ ' “l . Q parrot _i Z. , _, ,I“‘ =4 2 Read and say. 1 Which animals are big? 5 Which animals are dangerous? 2 Which animals are small? 6 Which animals are friendly? 3 Which animals are tall? 7 Which animals are funny? 4 Which animals are thin? 8 Which animals do you like best? Unit 4 Lesson 2
  24. 24. 1 E Say the chant. I’m a very big animal. Guess my name! There isn’t another one quite the same. I’m bigger than the hippo and the tiger too. I’m bigger than the lion and I’m bigger than you! I’m a very small animal. Guess my name! There isn’t another one quite the same. I'm smaller than the parrot and the monkey too. I’m smaller than the penguin and I’m smaller than you! taller shorter older younger fatter thinner ‘< Dave is shorter than Bill. ) I; Ben. B - Stan Dave Bill 24 bigger/ smaller than. .. Unit 4 Lesson 3
  25. 25. 1 E! Look and listen. Excuse me, where are the Excuse me, where are ‘ the toilets? , '5 ‘ (711 had oste They re between . Excuse me, Q Algéhl the cafe and where are “L _ I‘ . ? . as. :;_, “3«, ‘r 3 . flthecarpark. the tigers. ; -J Q : L: : gi' y ‘.25, 're hext F_. ,,, ._. .4e-. ‘*-I. J:__ - to the I 7 *i. ._2-,7~1’3~Vc . , . , I I eiephants. I' ' ll - . . ' 1} Unit 4 Lesson 4
  26. 26. Look! Look! Oh, look over there! Dolphins, Beautiful dolphins Black and 9799- ’ They leap in the air ‘hen Splash in the sea, . > Then leap in the a. uever dolphins, Ir “gain, Black and grey, I They play All day Between the Sky Unit 4 Lesson 5
  27. 27. E Colin in Computerland The Island Monster: Part 3 Colin and his friends can‘! swim to the island. .. I but wait! What's this? _ ; , . Look, C0lI But what does it mean? These words are backwards too: N”—0C-7 BOAT 100 STEPS NORTH! Wait a minute! /, é 4 5 I've got a compass! It's that way! )‘ Now we can get to the island ' and find Clara! 7 Unit 4 Lesson 6
  28. 28. 5 3“ In the town 1 Listen and read. The Toy Shop r-jw CO0 | h0Ve Er. .. sorry, there aren’t 0 blue kite. any blue kites. V I is ALL COLOURS ; Bur out Tow ' i_~- _ 1.-. .g_. >_» —_; —¢“_. _;'_r. ._: ;-: _: Oh great! There’s 0 new toy shop. .. and it’s got kites! No, sorry — there aren’t what about °"'-“l red kites‘ yellow kites? - ’ ; There are lots of purple kites. 28 , , There’s / There are / There aren't any. .. Unit 5 Lesson 1
  29. 29. 1 Listen and point, then say the words. '1 / _——. .~——-~». _ . .. 21mm“‘? @;¢1mfiW1:C: .Ll%?3:r%JLmi+? § 2 Look and find. 3 Look and count. Where can you. .. How many. .. 1 read lots of books? 1 cars are there? 2 bug food? 2 3 see 0 film? 3 trains are there? 4 4 play football? bikes are there? lorries are there? Unit 5 Lesson 2
  30. 30. 1 E Sing the song. 1 Look all around. 2 a bus "77 Q‘ Stop! Don’t cross! g7_ T » A There’s a car coming! {II}/ -/K-’“"'7"“, 3 a bike A car coming! Look all around. 4 a van " Sto ! Don’t cross! Q P 1 ' , Stop! Dont cross the road! 5 a taxi t; .., ;~-‘~~** «M: c»: mm~—. 6 afire engine @E~A0()* 7 Look all around. Go straight across! There’s nothing coming! Nothing coming! Look all around. Go straight across! Go straight across the road! -vyvl A 1 I go to school by bus. 2 I go to school by bike. I. How do you go to school? 3 I walk to school. 4 I go to school by car. 30 Unit 5 Lesson 3
  31. 31. n [2] Look and listen. . -I. _ you. .. a here’: ywrucxac. V From the shopping centre to: Price = the ABC cinema '2 . I I the library . ‘ I - ‘ } 'i " l I ‘ ‘ ‘ the sports centre I You want to go to: - E Redland School ! /oq. +57= ‘ I the park I M St Mary’s church ‘ 80p . I g ‘ i . the station 95p Unit 5 Lesson 4
  32. 32. 1 Read. L 5 f I, I r This is a model of London. Everything is small. There are lots of very small houses, shops, cars, and people. There are parks with trees and over here. .. there’s the River Thames! There’s a bridge too — Tower Bridge. It opens and the boats go under it. It’s great! There aren’t any woods or mountains in this model of London but. .. I can take two big steps and. .. here’s a model of Scotland! Everything is small here too. There are woods, mountains, and a lake. There aren’t many houses or shops and there aren’t many people. It’s beautiful countryside. A monster lives in this lake! It’s under the water so you can’t see it. But look! You can see lots of bubbles in the water. It’s very funny! 2 Read and say London or Scotland. 1 There’s a monster in the lake. 4 There aren’t many people. 2 There are lots of shops. 5 There aren’t any woods. 3 There's a bridge called Tower Bridge. 6 There are mountains. 32 There are lots of/ There aren't many. .. Unit 5 Lesson 5
  33. 33. Colin in Computerland The Island Monster: Part 4 And where's the monster? Climb down the rope quickly everyone! The monster is coming! Colin and his friends are on the island - but where's Clara? - Don't worry, Clara! We're here now! Quick, Colin — give me your compass! .. . Now RUN everyone - IF H V! ‘g 5 and don't look back! _, —«— / ’/ In/ #hy? My compass can’t help us now! /‘ I It’? OK. ,-_- Tl'I€ monst<% / Hey look, Com, ” _ The monster— it’s . stone. It's a statue! Colin is back home again and he's got 0 new message! Unit 5 Lesson 6
  34. 34. Extended Reading ll. Q| / . lung fllcjhc «L . , s: >.. ».~ ‘ <3 -: : 1). “ ' Many birds make ,3/l‘_. CANADA‘ amazing journeys c*-'/ 1*’ ‘IN every year. #3. ‘ I , rc. v.. i‘, .;. .—_'_jf. “,. .«»“-V? This swift has , I‘€' . , Jr ‘ _~ two homes. ‘I. ,{i_ i‘)€«, ..k‘ it lives in Canada from April to , + K" . August. Then it flies §‘ 7‘ ; :,J3,J. j”, J.3j“g ftjgrf 8,000 kilometres south F to Peru in South 3, YOUVIQ 5Wll'l$ “Y l'| °n'5l°P America. It likes the "'3" f0”W0 m°“lh$- Th9Y d°"'l warm weather and the 7 9V9" STOP _. ,;+'A , .—. ~.r insects! It lives in Peru l0 5le€P- from October to km They S| e'ep / ‘$"_lV_V», February. Then. files a two man aooo woo woo In "19 CHI’! -4 7‘ ‘*1 8,000 kilometres north to Canada again. _- - G9 uzl 3 ‘/ */irrmiarj ’ e: ‘.*: —;“. .”‘. i.: " “‘ 4 Some animals travel long distances by sea. _ " ‘W ‘ *I: ‘'; ; The polar bear is a great swimmer. It can swim for up to 100 kilometres in the cold Arctic Ocean. The polar bear isn’t cold because it has a thick fur coat and lots of fat. A big polar bear weighs , _ more than three lions! ‘”‘ ~'—'e= ' -- S V This green turtle lives in the sea near Brazil. Every ‘ U f _ year it swims 2,000 kilometres to a small island called F£J~3ClIJ£lllJ'JLJ 'IClCJ'l Ascension Island. It lays Baby turtles are NOT its eggs in the sand. . . good swimmers. At first When the baby turtles they iust float! come out of their eggs, they all go back down ‘j - V X to the sea again. { ‘I’ I *6 ~ I _ V Ii. Il/ l
  35. 35. Keep vvsillclrigl Some animals can’t fly or swim — but they can certainly walk! £15 'r': A ". ‘5~'C—*“. -54 '5:-‘x2i'-, '.«r. ,_: .». . _ _. .. - Every year thousands of animals - wildebeeste, zebras, topi, and gazelles The camel can _ an Havel Walk more than Fcissiriciiirig T2151‘! . toget elfmm 100 kilometres a '‘‘"?9‘‘' m day in the hot A camel has only got Africa, to Tanzania. The journey takes three to four weeks. desen without two toes on each foot! stopping for food or water. Another amazing journey. 6 on Fido’ From the gander: to the 4. time for dinner! ’ kitchen in three second! __ _, _ «gt-,3, . :f. ’-; ,_-‘, ,', "' V ’ ‘V V ‘€a; :‘§; ~‘H»o" . -win’ ’ "’ 7 ' *3?! ‘ ‘I7 ‘, V:
  36. 36. l: ’ 5 " Just for fun! 1 Listen and read. Dad at the Sports Centre I really like going to the sports centre! OI . .I 9 Keep goingIt’s . g good for you. J I LOVE coming home. .. and watching TV! Ilike swimming Unit 6 Lesson 1
  37. 37. 21 Find and say. 1 Who likes swimming? 4 Who likes playing tennis? 2 Who likes rollerblading? 5 Who likes dancing? 3 Who likes playing basketball? 6 Who likes playing computer games? 1' SPORTS CENTRE } .13 a—. ———-j " '3? like playing computer Unit 6 Lesson 2 DO you like swimming’); Yes, lab. /No, Idon’t.
  38. 38. 1 Sing the song. Tuesday. .. Wednesday. .. Ffi£l'. !go: z oeo oos I do my homework every day — I think it’s very nice. I never miss a single day — Sometimes I do it twice! I do my homework on Mondays. I do my homework on Tuesdays. I do my homework on Wednesdays. I do my homework on Thursdays. I do my homework on Fridays. I do my homework on Saturdays. o And on Sundays. .. guess what? ! I do my homework twice! 2 Talk about your week. —. I . 1 - I compu games. ll I have at piano lesson. 38 Unit 6 Lesson 3
  39. 39. 1 Listen and point, then repeat. 0 game show 0 cartoon 0 sports programme 2 E1 Listen and repeat. Do you watch What’: gout! favourite animal programmes? ’ animal programme? ‘ Yes, Sometimes. 3 8.8 Now ask a friend about the programmes. Unit 6 Lesson 4
  40. 40. 1 Read. 'i"ii»i“: ll " iwiau”. .. ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... . . ... ... ... ... ... ... .. . . lliicm-tau Channel 1 Channel 2 Channel 3 3.30 Super Sammy Children’s Newstime Story Time Cartoon fun for younger News for young TV Josephine Heron reads children viewers! My Naughty Little Sister. 4.00 Animal Watch Football Special Jim and Johnny Today, lions in Africa! Magic moments from Cartoon programme about v _ the big match! our favourite funny friends. i 3'3 V, ' . Manchester United Today Johnny has 0 4I_ . ‘. ._ ' meet Liverpool again birthday party — and a big surprise! H. ‘ -f. .. i 1 «L 4.30 it’s Cool! Music programme for older children I : ‘3;-L’ . . What’s Cooking? Children’s cookery show — today it’s yummy chocolate cake! , ~ v ii. es i ~~ . / ‘$5 Y“? -3‘: " *1 ' BBC’-~3:f. .._> I 5.00 Crash, Bang, Wallop! Our Street The School Bus Comedy for children of Bill likes Mary, but does There’s singing and all ages Mary like Bill? dancing on the bus in this _ _ _ ‘ new film with Dave Day 5.30 Sports Spot Win a Million. and me Dogd, »eams_ Gina goes to the Olympics, Game show for all the and she's only 13! family 2 Read and say. 1 What’s on Channel 3 at four o’clock? 4 What’s on Channel 2 at half past five? 2 What channel is ‘Animal Watch’ on? 5 How many films are on Channel 3? 3 What time is ‘it’s Cool! ’ on? 6 How many sports programmes are on? Unit 6 Lesson 5
  41. 41. .. Colin in Compuierland Story 2: The End of Planet Earth One day a car stops at Colin's house. .. Colin opens the pg QTR / * —' Eoiin, this is your last game. .. but it’s dangerous. Be careful, be > very careful! what's this? A water bottle. .. and . another computer game! i. Hmmm. .. ’The End of Planet l Earth. .. I don't like the Hmmm — a new code. I wonder what it means? Z. .. two. .. six. .. A. .. one! G W ‘ V y , — ' 8 we? ; ‘ —= ¥ . r ‘/ /sail I} y _ Attention all Earth people! I am Zado from the Planet Zorgar. // /S’SSSh_, Weire J, _ A giant meteor is coming to Earth - and you can’t stop it! Ha! only C Planet Zorgar. Be quiet! i ZADO can stop it! You've got until 12 o’clock. That's ten minutes! 4 _xLook over mere/ _i/ _/ Then it s the end of Planet Earth! Ha, ha! Goodbye! ml‘ / Then Zado go (: Ch1era-! —Cla ra! Are you E)~i<: :> V‘ / ’-Quick! - ‘i We haven't got ) Lnuch time! § Oh no - it's that purpIe"- 7-. beam — we can’t get past it! E, End of part ‘I. .. Unit 6 Lesson 6
  42. 42. '_ ’7 I People at work 1 lg] Listen and read. tar was? ! What! I usually get up at‘‘~. seven o’clock for school! 1 I ' Come on, Greg! It's almost quarter to ten! /) It's almost quarter to ten! I I’m late for work! I I know! I know! We're late! 23 ~ _ / But I ALWAYS have breakfast before I go to school! I I But. .. I always have a shower! ‘ No, Greg. Not today —‘ just have an apple! Not today, Greg. Come on! We're late! / Oh no! Sorry, Greg! it’s I k only quarter past four! __ L ook at the clock, Mum, , l it’s UPSIDE DOWN! / quarter to / past Unit 7 Lesson 1
  43. 43. 1 Read and match. I work in a big school. I teach English. I mend cars in a garage_ I write letters and I answer the telephone- I drive a fire engine and I wear a special hat. a teacher 2 . Play the game. I don't wear a uniform. I use You’re. .. an a computer. What do I do? office worker! ‘ J/ //‘__ W_#_X'$_‘%‘ a computer a thermometer ~r Ely’ I’ Unit 7 Lesson 2
  44. 44. 1 E Sing the song. Johnny is a postman. He wears a postman’s hat. He brings the cards and letters To every house and flat. Johnny is a postman. He drives a postman’s van. He knows where everybody lives — He is a clever man. Johnny is a postman. He works hard every day. But when Flossy barks at him. .. Woof, woof, woof! Woof, woof, woof! But when Flossy barks at him. .. Woof, woof, woof! Woof, woof, woof! ‘KI’ But when Flossy barks at him, E’ & I. He always runs away! 2 Read and answer. Jill is an astronaut. Nico is a clown. it essa is a music teacher. 1 Who plays the violin? 4 Who doesn’t work on planet Earth? 2 Who has a dangerous job? 5 Who has a funny job? 3 Who wears a red nose for work? 6 Who doesn’t work with children? 44 He / She wears. ..; He / She doesn't wear. .. Unit 7 Lesson 3
  45. 45. 1 [E Listen and repeat. She plays tennis. I She plays tennis and. .. she likes biscuits. 7' She plays tennis, she likes biscuits, and. .. she’s got a clock. She plays tennis, she likes biscuits, she’s got a clock, and. .. she likes swimming. l Unit 7 Lesson 4
  46. 46. ‘ cm: was ‘ 3 cavemen PRINTER AND DECOI’-l€iTOR_ - 5 . o ' ’ I‘ . N Every day Clive gets " up at seven o'clock. I . '.-'1 O - - _-‘ _: _ n Then he gets dressed - ’ and goes to work. He a He has a quick shower. L me’ .4. always walks to work. ‘Q , Clive is a cave painter. ' He's very good. He likes painting animals. Sometimes he paints big animals. .. B and sometimes he ‘ paints small animals. Beg Clive goes home at Then he helps his five o'clock and has a big ‘ daughter when she dinner. He's always hungry! does her homework. .. : and goes to bed at ten o'clock. He’s tired after his busy day! Unit 7 Lesson 5
  47. 47. Colin in Compuferland «'; , At last they come to the end. .. but where are they? L The End of Planet Earth: Part 2 Colin and Clara have only They slide down very fast. got eight minutes to find 21?-3*‘-* Zado and save the Earth. But is Clara OK? No - but ‘ ; look! . , I think this is his But Its too late now. .. Comm, mom, xvgoooah, What can they do? I There are so many‘ ‘ different controls! How can/ I we stop the meteor? Zado hears the alarm and finds Colin and Clara in his control room. .. And there’s I , a, ha! You can try, children! the Earth — You can try! But only ZADO can stop the meteor now! x15 0&~x twelve o'clock! Time for the end of Planet Earth! Look — two little monkeys in a cage! Ha, ha! Oh no, olin — what an we do? " . - End of part 2.. . Unit 7 Lesson 6
  48. 48. Extended Reading . _ s Narrator Ladies and gentlemen! Welcome to King Conrad's castle in Ugland. Everyone in Ugland is happy - but King Conrad isn’t happy. Sssh! Here he comes now! (The King walks slowly up and down the room. ) King I’m bored. Bored! Bored! Bored! What can I do? Narrator I / King Conrad ; Lord Readalot l A Lady Walkalotll I , Lord Singalot ; 5 Lady Talkalot L Astrid Lord Singalot I know! Music! Lord Readalot (shows the Lady Walkalot (points to the That's the answer! Let’s sing King a back) Why don’t you window) Why don't you go a song! (He sings loudly and read a book, Your Majesty? for a walk in your beautiful badly. ) Books are always interesting! garden? It’s a lovely day! King 51-op; No _ thank you’ King Oh NO! I hate reading King Oh NO! I hate walking. Lord Singalot. You sing very books! Right, left, right, left! It's 50 well but I really don’t like Lady Talkalot (to the others) b°"! ”9l music- Oh dear! That’s no good. Lady Talkalot (to the others) Lady Talkalot (to the others) The King hates reading Oh dear! That’s no good. The Oh dear! That’s no good. books! King hates walking! The King doesn’t like music! Lord Readalot He's still bored! (Astrid and Adam run in. ) King Who are these children? Lady Talkalot But what can Astrid You can’t catch me! Lady Talkalot This is Astrid, we do? He's impossible! He You can’t catch me! the gardener’s daughter, and hates doing everything! Adam oh yes I Can; this is her brother, Adam. Lady Talkalot Children! Stop Children Sorry. Your Majesty! 48 it! Can't you see the King?
  49. 49. King Oh, that's OK. But what are you doing? Astrid It’s a game of catch! King Catch? Adam Yes, Astrid runs away A “"9 (Points '0 Lords and and I try to catch her! King Oooh that sounds fun! L0d!95) can W9 0“ Play? Astrid Then Adam runs away C0” ' Play "30? Astfid Y“! and I try to catch him! Lords and Ladies What? ! Adam 0)‘ course! 11 i _, _y _‘ _, ‘l JA‘; ‘—<v‘IL - ‘ ’. _‘, .r~~L, ¢l P/ '1-7). ‘ , fig ”V3'. "’f<' . R ‘ [3 V ’fi- (L 7*“! ‘ref; /‘ 5 " I l. »’”r¥’P1 - ’ : -."T3'1 ‘L T! “ h‘; A] 1] K’ ij! ‘t~J! {:: l I71.‘ ‘ _, ;~, v:7 , : “Jig « = i , » e 9* . «,ii’~‘-I - *1 xx. l "E V ? ‘’'-‘; -{'i .1. ‘I I 1,; r - M”! /V0.1’/ i"*‘ ‘l {£11 I A“ ~ - «_. I . 4, [I ‘, ~ . ‘- ~: , ' . . King Hey, this is fun! Let’s have another game. (They Play The game-} My turn to catch YOU now! Everyone You can’t catch me! You can’t catch me! Nanata, And now No_oNgis bwed in Ug[and_ Adam Oh yes I can! Got you, Lord Singalot! The King is happy and EVERYONE is happy! Which one? There are three frees! got a green face- she's a free!
  50. 50. What’s the weather like? 1 Listen and read. It's snowing! Hey! l | t’s snowing! Great! Sssh! Not now, it g I Jack— I’m talking I. to Grandma. x3». I Ermj. look, Jack, /~ I’m busy. I'm making a -salad — tell me later! // :9--«,3, oh-.1”, Dad! Nobody’s listening to me! 3 3 / _V_ I’m watching I my favourite f programme! " K Brrr, it's cold! . “H ’ V H ‘ff. _. 50 I’m talking Unit 8 Lesson 1
  51. 51. 1 Listen and choose. It’s hot. It’s snowing. 2 What’s the weather like i in. .. London today? 1 It's sunny. 3 Look out of the window. What’s the weather like today? Unit 8 Lesson 2
  52. 52. Sing the song. Umbrellas! Umbrellas! Umbrellas! Umbrellas! It’s raining on the houses And it’s raining on the trees. It’s raining on my shoulders And it’s raining on my knees. it’s raining and it’s raining, But I’m not complaining. / I’m wearing my hat. .. I’m wearing my boots. .. I’m wearing my coat, A So I’m OK! 7 / I __ . _ _x*~~—~-. /.1-l—s. _ >‘ {P #1’ I’ - E, ”/ /J / ' / 7" F -_/ - Find the people. He’s wearing a blue coat and boots. She’s wearing red shoes and a black skirt. He’s wearing brown trousers and a green jumper. She’s got a pink umbrella. 52 He’s I she’s wearing. .. Unit 8 Lesson 3
  53. 53. 2 Now play the game. 1 IE. Look and listen. Is it sunny? I “ l N0. :3, *0-‘. , . l‘ _ ‘I’ t ’. _ ' 5 J " . . “““~v. ' 7 I , IS It snowmg? } YeS_ Are you wearing a hat. /,7 , , No. , .4 «er: J l I know! You're number 5. ' ”« 3 "V Unit 8 Lesson 4 is it snowing? / Are you skiing?
  54. 54. 1 Read. I I Dan Wil Ham so n . . ' 7‘ '1’ W"? .'”: f'“ ‘? °1.I’: ‘i°: i<. ":. ;: ..: :." 591 We re SIT’ my in e en five. -_ This is fun. ‘ / ’ . . - - defsform! IFS rdlhln S J“ Im wntin ‘H115 in a rhun 1 _ j "’; ’°n'"l"y5' hard anal9+l! e"""5 +h“Mler evening , . , 1*‘ "; ‘‘”{'$§‘L? :( lo’c/ ac/ < This is em ' 5‘ Gr/ /5), , . . . o l Sunalay The little river IS now a. big river. Ifsfa. If/ goal. 3 — paaq-ernoon We Can"l' walk ‘fa +he Car anal We can W752: "1 it's ‘l‘oo dangerous. Tl’! I'S lS $Ca~")/ -/ Em J ‘ l ’ . Su al Tm cold anal -l-ireol. The torch '5’? ! T W0 )9 mi9nh+0"y Nobody l<nows We're he"~‘3- What’ +hd+? 'ns a’ half Pa5+ helicDPl‘er. ’ We're wavirg--- b"+ W5 +00 dag‘ - 1 Ten ’ we pi/ at W‘ 5“ "5’ x”, ‘ Eleven Daors malany a fire. The helicopter is Sclomirifi o'clock again. Can the P’/97‘ See The fire, ‘ Yer “ V (9 1 He's flashing his l-ighls-' We "3 safe“ 7 I - I Wha‘l' an aalven+ure . 2 Read and say the time. 1 The pilot’s flashing his lights. 3 Dan's writing in a thunderstorm. 2 Dan’s torch isn’t working. 4 Dan and his dad are waving. 54 Unit 8 Lesson 5
  55. 55. 99 I The End of Planet Earth: Part 3 Colin and Clara are prisoners in Colin and Clara shout at Zado. Then Colin sees Zado's head. Zado's control room — and it’s , y ' : = if almosttwelve o'clock! ‘ I’ * . ’ I ~_ . F -= --'; __. I y ‘ ‘=1 ‘ ‘ ‘ Ha! I'm not a man! Men live on A‘ Vtflow stay there and watch the _> Planet Earth. I’m Zado. I’m greater _ ‘[_E. H~, g—6—}-i: end of your planet! Ha, ha! than any Earth man! 3‘>e.5_“_ ___-1/" Only five minutes now. Ha! Ha! That's the end of Zado! But can Colin and Clara escape Irom the cage in time to stop the meteor? only got four minutes, - / I an't, Clara — , it's too high! Unit 8 Lesson 6 those wires__! _// ’
  56. 56. ’ :5)” What happened? 1 Listen and read. The Ghosts of . ’«. 'iid‘ford Castle ; F: j: Aaagh! A g-g-gt-ghost! /‘l -, What’s in here? ) 0 “ -"—"—"'“_' V 7. F7‘ .7-_j~r a ghost the black bedroom! A Aaoghlkl __C__: _/ It was big and white — it was HORRIBLE! Then there were three more ghosts. They weren’t big. They were small. One was very small. A It wasn't a ghost. It was a MIRROR! 56 was / wasn't / were / weren’t Unit 9 Lesson 1
  57. 57. 1 Read about Sir Sidney and Lady Jane. L. ‘ . V' A s! »'i: ‘-J! 9‘! in . , - -‘«_ eicome to Midfor astleThis Sir Sidney. his isLadJane. She wSir Sidney’s ti He was a brave knight and lived in this castle wife. Sir Sidney and Lady Jane had 5. 600 years ago. He had lots of horses but he seven children and they were all very h always rode his favourite black horse, Bess. ’ A-. . ’ happy. ’ ' §f§. §f«-Eflifiiiifléifi-§—f—1!. -Ea"-Efae ‘Q T, V " . ~ ‘ V ‘This was Lady ’ 3 ‘~ . Jane's harp. V Sir Sidney i liked music ‘se swords were Sir I j and '-Gdli Jane Sidney’s. He had three . 3 Played the . swords and a shield : ' . ha’ P WW9 day ‘ with a dragon on it. ’ ‘ after dinner-' ‘:8 -. ‘ - , I _, ‘. a."n_. !IIi-“'-. =.. "-'-‘Ila: H ; . - y mi‘ -4!r. :.: ::. e O 2 Make true sentences. ‘fililllia. in W 7" A A um! ‘ i I » three swords. , the harp. - ‘3 Sir Sidney’s wife. R" . ; in a castle. 1 seven children. a knight. a black horse. . music. 3 happy. _ _ A _ Lady Jane ‘Now let’s go into the : Black Bedroom. .. but be careful! Someone saw _ . some ghosts yesterday! ’ i A} 51 Sir Sidney and Lady Jane 1 erIi: a£n"ii5:; ':a'. :‘ir: iyaz_: .' . _ " ' . ' . .'. Va. -. Unit 9 Lesson 2 lived / had / played / Iiked/ saw / rode
  58. 58. 1 Say the chant. I went to a shop And I bought a guitar. i wrote a song And I was a star! l saw my Mum And she said to me: ‘Wake up! Wake up! Can’t you see? it was just a dream, Greg. Just a dream. You aren’t a star — it was just a dream! ’ Who was a knight? Who went to India? Who was a footballer? went / bought / wrote / said Unit 9 Lesson 3
  59. 59. 1 Look and listen. I'm Polly. One, two, three. .. L‘ ‘ Throw agoin_ ziggg! ‘You went to the sports centre’. 1 four, five. .. ‘You had a pizza‘. No, I didn’t! ‘ Yes, I did! /' You went You had a to the Y0“ lemonade. you went to Spoils Centre. bought 0 cinernO_ t skateboard. SW" You had a You You pizza bought a played You played pencil-case. f00!b0ll- basketball. You had an ‘ ice cream. .1 / You saw . . Home _ Mr Potter. V . You You went to / l bought a You saw 0 Cafe You had a jumper_ Lenny. ' burger. Unit 9 Lesson 4 Yes, ldid. / No, Ididn't.
  60. 60. 1 Read. Friend _ . , mt day am! , . - arndl ‘"7’: S Harra ‘0 ° ‘W’ Th‘ F” M5 glam 4 ''; f- . ware, fhue all. al'VW"? '°'n‘ . 1.. .» *. £= '.‘? “": ~-”—: 3 if Trwldy bu“ °"““”° “M mums ®a}rr ‘ii-. ‘ ‘iii’ tr rs’ ‘ ‘G We. had Can -9059, Ol'V-P5; AND Ce 3’-“ ‘ 1" <45 / l went, an all the rides. Theu 0 ail — ‘I I ‘ - u)0r1» <7“ )3 . ‘‘ ~. . . ‘ Bgwhmmswijffwlabuwx I » three. tU'. ¢?.5- Haxrgedi n 3 V », I ‘g X L‘ >_ . _._ _" _ " he RTTE5 ‘boo Siagcrmle Qmng mirrdfs, ‘Coo. ’* C‘ exe I-001 at then we Lavkeal skimtu atnalVFa‘1X. er an taLloxam’dW“‘" ‘‘‘’3‘’‘”‘ Long a? Love. Swmh inotas. DO 94“ PS Harry and I t°""‘ these P I’ t Like Unern? Its 0 90”‘ ‘_C: xmua3; l:1l m no I a me am‘ P"‘°t“—’"“"’ H I’ . — fa’ I 2 Read and answer. 1 Who went to the fair with Sarah and Harry? 4 Who was scored? 2 What was Sarah’s present from Grandma? 5 What was the weather like? 3 What was Sarah’s favourite ride? 6 Was the fair big or small? 60 looked / took / won; I didn't win Unit 9 Lesson 5
  61. 61. Can Colin and Clara stop the meteor? They look at the strange controls. .. Then Colin remembers the code on his computer screen. Of course! It was 2 — twenty-six, A — one! It's an alphabet code! And then Colin remembers Zado‘s words Only Zado can stop the meteor now! Only Zado. .. Zado said, .V ’Only ZADO can stop the meteor’. That’s it! The word . . is 'ZADO'! : :/ I/ell, there are ti/ venty—sik1"““ jf~. V letters in the alphabet. ../ .«"‘ Colin and Clara move the controls. The meteor isn't going to the ' fzis26andAIs1. ‘ i Earth any more! ” ‘ 3%? “ V‘ ’ his __ —. ... .._. ... . JL Look — it’s going _to the Sun! The Earth is safe! Colin? Colin is home again. He looks at his computer. .. Oh no! Is it really the end? ;= Unit 9 Lesson 6
  62. 62. —m Dinosaurs It’: amazing! Million: and millions of 9.”: ‘V9. hug. monsters lived Some people think a meteor hero on Earth. The dinosaurs walked M the Earth when we walk now. They lived here for a long time too - more than a hundred million years! The weather was warmer and it rained more. There were lots of plants for the dinosaurs to eat. Some dinosaurs ate other animals but most of the very big dinosaurs ate plants. Some people think a disease killed the dinosaurs. But you can still see some of the dinosaur family today. What are they? Well, they’re not crocodiles and they’re not elephants! Look out of the window and you can probably see one now! There are Some people think millions of them, all around g V. I that the weather the world. They’re smaller I , got colder. than dinosaurs of course. , V/1:r". » They’re birds! '°"‘ ‘ / After millions of years on Earth dinosaurs suddenly died out about 65 million years ago. Why? Nobody really knows. Ninety years ago an eleven-year old girl called Mary Aming found a whole skeleton of a dinosaur near her home in England.
  63. 63. Brachiosaurus gm. This dinosaur was longer than a ; tennis court, taller than a house, H ‘_ g l and weighed more "‘ ‘L E than twenty elephants! Triceratops 5 This was one of the last dinosaurs. It looked fig like a huge rhinoceros -' ' with three horns. Tyrannosaurus One of the very big, very fierce dinosaurs. It had a huge mouth and lots of strong teeth. One Tyrannosaurus tooth was as long as your pen. It killed animals with just one bite! ”'” Fascinating fact! The Diplodocus was a very big dinosaur, but ff, it wasn't very clever. Its brain was smaller , .. ... _. .. than an egg.
  64. 64. Happy Street is a two—level story-based course for children who are ready for early reading and writing in English. In Happy Street children explore the wider world of the familiar Happy House characters and also meet their new neighbour Greg and his dog, Flossy. For a 6-year primary syllabus For a 3-year lower primary syllabus we recommend: we recommend: Happy House 1 Happy House 1 Happy House 2 Happy Street 1 Happy Street 1 Happy Street 2 Happy Street 2 Happy Earth 1 Happy Earth 2 Happy Street Components Class Book Activity Book _ __ ___ »_fl—r* Q; Cassettes / Audio cos l _. S T Teacher‘s Book ‘T ' ‘ l’ V S 2 posters ir‘~. ff ( l‘- l'= }-Ll. 1'2 1?: lllllll 1) 753019»! : ‘:". ‘il‘ l l l 338‘! 1‘. —y I

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