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<ul><li> 1. Block 2Block 2 Unit 4 Money, Money, MoneyUnit 4 Money, Money, Money Action PlanAction Plan In this unit, you will learn:In this unit, you will learn: To identify a time sequence in a narrative text.To identify a time sequence in a narrative text. To read and fill in an online form.To read and fill in an online form. To use various time expressions.To use various time expressions. To write reported speech.To write reported speech. To use vocabulary related to money andTo use vocabulary related to money and finance.finance. Action PlanAction Plan In this unit, you will learn:In this unit, you will learn: To identify a time sequence in a narrative text.To identify a time sequence in a narrative text. To read and fill in an online form.To read and fill in an online form. To use various time expressions.To use various time expressions. To write reported speech.To write reported speech. To use vocabulary related to money andTo use vocabulary related to money and finance.finance. 5 min. </li> <li> 2. cacao dried fish gold wool or cotton breads arrows heads cows whale teeth 1. What are all these things? 2. These were all used for the same purpose. What was it? 3. How much money do you think youll earn in your lifetime? 6 min. </li> <li> 3. LessonLesson AA A History of MoneyA History of Money </li> <li> 4. a. Metal money 8. a coin b. To give something and obtain something in return 1. to exchange c. Paper money 5. banknotes d. Money paid every week for work 6. a wage e. The price of something 7. a value f. The amount of money you get each month or year 4. income g. Money paid monthly 3. a salary h. Buy and sell things 2. to trade Vocabulary Money Match the words to the definitions. Then listen and check your answers. 6 min. </li> <li> 5. Speaking Discuss the advantages and disadvantages of these ways of paying for things. Exchanging things is easy but not all things are worth the same. ATM cards Checks Gift certificates Exchanging things Pre-paid cards Credit cards ATM cards are convenient but to need to have a bank account. 6 min. </li> <li> 6. Pre-reading a) Look at the title of the article on page 41. Predict what you think the article will be about. b) Quickly read the article on the next page. Then answer the questions. Skim 1. What is the article about? The history of money Scan 2. When did people start using Cowrie shells as money? 1200 b. C. 3. In which country did the first stores appear? Turkey 4. When were the first banknotes printed? 1661 5. Who added metal to his coins? Nero 6 min. </li> <li> 7. Where did money come from?? Read your book at page 41 6 min. </li> <li> 8. Comprehension Answer the questions about the reading 1. Why did money come into general use? It hapened be cause the barter or change system. 2. List some problems with the barter system? Things they barter aunt lost long. 3. How did banknotes come into general use? At first they were a receipt for money put in the banks. 4. What was lesson from Neros actions? The money only has value if we believe in it. 6 min. </li> <li> 9. Skills work Identifying time sequence Some texts are written with a time sequence. They may start with a time in the past then talk about more recent events, and eventually finishing with talking about the present. You can identify changes in time sequence with dates, times and words like ago, then, in (with a year) and so on. a) Number the sentences in the order that they happend in the article. 1.The use of bartering as a form of trading. 2.People used shells and other objects as money. 3.The first use of coins. 4.Coins were widely used. 5.The first use of paper as money. 6.The first use of banksnotes as we know them today. 5 min. </li> <li> 10. b) Number the events in chronological order. 1. The credit card was first invented over 90 years ago but its use was restricted to individual companies who had their own card. 2. After it was introduced, its first market was in the United States but not many companies used the system. 3. By the late 1930s many companies had accepted the idea and credit cards could be used all across the United States. 4. Then in the 1950s, people could use only one card to buy things from many companies, not from only one company. 5. Credit cards became popular over time but it was not until the 1960s that the first credit card was available outside the United States. 6. Nowadays there are thousands of credit card companies and more than a billion credit cards are used daily. 5 min. </li> <li> 11. Language work Time expressions Look at the way the bolded time expressions are used in the article. Then complete the sentences below with the correct time expression. 1.For centuries, the Aztecs used cotton cloth as a form of money. 2.The use of credit cards increased greatly in the 1950s and 1960s by 1980 many people had two or three credit cards. 3.During the 17th century people started to use banknotes. 4.The use of credit cards increased greatly about 60 years ago. 5.Some people think that within the next 20 years we wont use banknotes at all. 6.In the future, we wont need to carry banknotes and coins anymore. 5 min. The future is e For centuries people have used different types of coins and banknotes. But about 50 years ago, the first credit card appeared. Within a few years credit card companies started. During the last thirty years, there has been a huge increase in the use of credit cards and other forms of e-money (electronic money). In a few years, we may all be using e-money as well. And some people say that by 2030 we will all be using only e-money. </li> <li> 12. Writing Complete the paragraph with words from the box (1) In a few months from now, Ill graduate. I have had many plans and dreams (2) for a long time. I hope to get good job (3) by the time I leave school. And (4) within a few years Ill have saved enough money to buy a car or start my own business. But (5) during the time Im still here in school, I hope to pass all my courses. A year (6) ago I failed math so I want to work hard to pass it so I can graduate. 5 min.by during ago for in within </li> <li> 13. Here are some ways you can learn vocabulary. Try these ideas and see which ones work best for you. Make a word card for each word you want to learn and put them in an envelope labeled Word Bank. Write the English on one side and Spanish on the other. Test yourself on them every day. Use memory tricks. For example, the English word mirror sounds like mirar (look at). You can connect the meanings with the sentence he looks at the mirror. Make a vocabulary diary. Put stars next to words you want to learn first. Skill Builder Vocabular y learning strategies </li> <li> 14. Lesson BLesson B Easy money?Easy money? Vocabulary Finance Complete the defitions with words from the box. Then listen and check your answers. 1. Another way to say use money is to say spend it. 2. A food budget is how much you decide to spend on food each week/month/year. 3. Banknotes and coins are a form of cash. 4. The cost of something is its price. 5. A person who buys a lottery ticket could win a lot of money. 6. If you borrow money from a bank, you take out a loan. 7. If you have enough money to buy something, you can afford it. 8. Things like food, travel, and rent are part of your monthly expenses. 6 min. spend budget cash cost lottery loan afford expenses </li> <li> 15. Listening a)Discuss the questions with a partner. Are you good with money? What do you spend your money on? b) Listed to the conversation and answer the questions. 1.Why doesnt Francisco save money, according to Amanda? Hes a big spender. 2.What does he spend his money on? Magazines some food a some games. 3.What advice does Amanda qive him? To set his priorits when spending. 4.What is Francisco going to do to solve his peoblem? Buy lottery ticket money. 6 min. </li> <li> 16. Pre-reading a) Look at the pictures on page 43. Predict what you think the article will be about. b) Quickly read the article on the next page. Then answer the questions. Skim 1. What is thw article about? A man who won a lot of money. Scan 2. How much did Manuel win? 10 000 000. 3. Which magazine interviewed him? People week. 4. What did he buy with his money? A house, a car, a boat. 5. In the end what did he do with his money? He gare it away. 6 min. </li> <li> 17. The Unhappy Millionaire 5 min. </li> <li> 18. Comprehension 1. What made Manuel unhappy? His life changed after he won the money. 2. List several ways his life changed after winning the money? He left his job, he found new friend and he bought a lot of thing. 3. How did he solve his problem? He gare the money away. Skills work Recognizing topic sentence When reading a text, its important to the topic sentences. These sentences give you the most important information and help you to understand the topic of paragraphs. Often its the first sentence of each paragraph. a) Read the article on page 45 again and underline the main ideas in each paragraph. 6 min. </li> <li> 19. b) Read the paragraphs and write a topic sentence for each. 1. Most importantly, we use it to buy things and services of course. We use it to save for the future when we are old, too. We can also give it to others to help them buy things. Money can also be used to show how rich you are. There are money uses of money. 2. One of the main problem is that most people things dont have enough of it. People dream and think more about money than anything else. Moneys also a big cause of disagreements, fights, and arguments. Money can cause many kids of problems. 3. Many people use money wisely but some dont. If you spenall you money when you get it, then youll have no money if things go wrong so its best to save about 10 to 15 percent of your income. If you overspend youll be in debt and youll to reply it at some time. So be careful with your money. Its important to use money wisely. 10 min. </li> <li> 20. Speaking Imagine you won $1,000,000 in the lottery. List some things you would do with the money. Decide the best way to spend the money. We should spend a lot/only a little on I dont think spending on Is so important. 6 min. In Mexico Some people like to save for the future. How about in Mexico? </li> <li> 21. Language work Reported speech Study how peoples words are reported by others. Then rewrite the senteces below as reported speech. Direct speech Reported speech He said, Im cold. He said (that) he was cold. She promised, We will come. She promised us (that) they would come. I like football, replied Jim. Jim replied (that) he liked football. Shes gone home, answered Rachel. Rachel answered (that) shed gone home. 1. I need a new jobsaid Felipe. Felipe said he needed a new job. 2. Its my last chance thought Dave. Dave thought it was his last chance. 3. We have enough money agreed Emma. Emma agreed they had enough money. 4. It was raining a few minutes ago they told us. They told us it was raining. 5. Ill pay the money backpromised Joe. Joe promised hed pay money. 6. Were meeting at seven John reminded her. John reminted her they back were meeting at. 8 min. </li> <li> 22. Writing Complete the paragraph with the correct form of the verbs in the box. Yesterday, I spoke with Martina. She (1) told me she was going to buy some new clothes. But I (2) reminded her that she still owed me some money. She (3) replied that shed pay me on Saturday, but I (4) thought that she was lying because she had (5) promised that shed pay me before, so I told her that she had broken her previous promise. The she (6) remembered that shed broken that promise. So I asked her when Id get my money. She (7) answered that she would give it to me today. But I dont think so. 8 min. remember promise answer think reply remind tell </li> <li> 23. In English, reading texts have a central topic. The text is usually broken into sections, or paragraphs, with each paragraph about one part of the main theme. Look at how the Unhappy millionaire text is written. Notice how each paragraph is about one topic. Text structu...</li></ul>