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English for Starters is a communicative course in English, which takes into account the most modern methodology.
English for Starters Level 6 aims to stimulate the child’s interest in learning English and to develop confidence through a range of enjoyable activities, including games, projects and songs.
The focus at this stage of the course is on all four skills – listening, speaking, reading and writing. An active use of language is promoted throughout the course, setting the foundation for successful language learning.
The course consists of:
• A Pupil’s Book, which includes attractive and lively material to encourage pupils’ interest in the language through a range of listening, reading and speaking activities, study boxes, songs and games.
• An Activity Book, which provides a range of stimulating reading and writing activities.
• A Teacher’s Book, which contains step-by-step, easy-to-follow instructions for each lesson and useful notes on the effective use of teaching aids.
• A Cassette, which contains all of the listening activities and songs for the course.
• Wall charts
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Contents Unit 1 5
Unit 2 8
Unit 3 11
Unit 4 14
Unit 5 17
Unit 6 19
Unit 7 22
Unit 8 25
Unit 9 28
Unit 10 31
Unit 11 33
Unit 12 36
Unit 13 39
Unit 14 42
Unit 15 45
Unit 16 47
Unit 17 50
Unit 18 53
Unit 19 56
Unit 20 59
Unit 21 61
Unit 22 64
Unit 23 67
Unit 24 70
Unit 25 73
Extra activities 75
More Practice on Handwriting 81
1 Read and complete
flat address school number phone email family move
1 Hussam and Ruba know Salah because they are all at the same
school . 2 Now, Salah lives in a house but he’s going to live in a . 3 ‘What’s your Anas?’ ‘It’s 22 New Bank Road, Damascus.’
4 My friend is going to to a new flat near his school.
5 What’s the of your friend’s new flat?
6 Hussam is going to write an to Salah every week.
7 There are three people in my : me, Mum and Dad.
8 Quick, Hussam! Run! I can hear the in the living room.
2 Read, match and write
1 Next November, Maya and her family are going to move from Damascus to Homs.
2 They are moving because
3 Maya’s mum and dad are going to buy
4 They are going to live near
5 Maya is going to go
6 She is going to keep in touch with
a her friends by phone and by letter.
b a nice new flat in Homs.
c are going to move from Damascus to Homs.
d her dad’s brother and his family.
e to a new primary school in Homs.
f Maya’s dad is starting a new job.
3 Read and write It’s Salah. My family name is Mansour.
1 What’s your first name? 2 It’s Salah.
M-a-n-s-o-u-r. Aleppo Boys School.
It’s 285793. It’s Flat 12, Homs Street, Aleppo.
4 Look and write
Monday morning Tuesday afternoon 1 Salah is going to ride a 2
bike on Monday morning.
Wednesday evening Thursday afternoon 3 4
5 Look and write using is going to 1 Tala is going to read an adventure
2 Munzer is hungry and
3 Shaza to her CD of
4 Samer wants to speak to his friend and .
5 Randa a photo of the children.
6 Study skills: Order the letters, read, say and write
Pupil A Pupil B 1 d-a-h-a-m 1 a-n-l-b-u
2 a-i-l-m-e 2 n-h-o-e-p
3 s-d-a-r-e-d-s 3 h-o-t-c-u
4 l-p-a-o-e-p 4 u-t-o-t-r-a-s
5 y-a-m-s-a 5 a-n-h-u-m-d-a
6 r-t-e-b-o-c-o 6 v-m-e-o-n-b-e-r
Pupil A 1 Hamad 2 3 4 5 6
Pupil B 1 2 3
4 5 6
Samer Shaza Tala
1 Read and complete
Don’t Cut Wash Don’t Put Don’t
1 Don’t talk when your teacher is talking. 2 your hands before you eat food.
3 rubbish in the bin. Don’t drop litter.
4 carefully along the lines, and then glue the picture.
5 eat in the classroom.
6 Look, there’s a car. cross the road now.
2 Look and write Make sentences using should or shouldn’t.
1 You should go to 2 the doctor.
3 Look, read and complete
Next After cut Don’t First Finally glue house need pencil put
1 You (a) need some black paper, some white paper and a (b) .
2 (c) , draw three stars and the moon
on the white paper.
3 (d) , draw a (e) , two
trees and some mountains.
4 Then, (f) carefully along the lines.
(g) cut very quickly.
5 (h) that, (i) the
mountains, stars, moon, house and trees on the
6 (j) , make a nice picture and
(k) everything to the black paper.
4 Look and write
1 paper 2
5 Check your work: Read and write • We use capital letters:
to start a sentence I ride my bike every day. for names Hussam; Ruba for towns and cities Aleppo; Homs for days of the week and months Monday; August
• We use full stops:
to finish a sentence I live in Damascus. / I help my mum.
1 you should do your homework You should do your homework.
2 be careful, hussam
3 don’t be untidy, ruba
4 we live in a flat in damascus
5 we start school in september
1 Look, read and complete
1 Today, Salah’s mother (buy) is buying fruit
from a small shop. She usually (buy) buys
fruit from the market.
2 Salah usually (play) football at the
weekend. This weekend, he (fly)
3 Salah’s father usually (go) to work in
his car but today he (go) to work by
4 Kareem usually (watch) TV at the
weekend, but today he (read) a book
on the beach.
5 This weekend, Ruba (camp) by the
sea. She usually (go) to the library at
6 Today, Hussam (fish) . On Tuesday
afternoon, he usually (visit) his
2 Read and circle
Hussam, Ruba and their mum and dad usually (a) are staying / stay at home at the weekend but today they (b) are visiting / visit Uncle Ali and Aunt Deema.
Hussam and Ruba’s
mum (c) isn’t cooking / doesn’t cook today. She (d) is talking / talks to Aunt Deema in the kitchen.
Hussam’s father (e) is liking / likes watching television but he (f) isn’t watching / doesn’t watch TV today. He (g) is drinking / drinks coffee with his brother. They (h) are talking / talk about the weather. Hussam and Ruba (i) aren’t doing / don’t do their homework at the moment. Ruba (j) is listening / listens to music. Hussam (k) is reading / reads a story.
3 Read and complete
aren’t doesn’t aren’t don’t isn’t
1 It’s raining! We aren’t going to the beach. 2 Salah likes football. He like tennis.
3 Hussam and Ruba are watching TV. They using the
4 Hussam and Ruba’s mother is visiting a friend. She
5 Saleh and Kareem usually stay at home at the weekend.
They usually go to the beach.
4 Project: Write about your town or city
What is the name of your town or city?•
Where is it? Is it in the north, south, east or west of Syria?•
Is it an old or a new town or city?•
What can you do there? What can you vis