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Inside Out Student's Book Upper Intermediate

  


Author(s):  Vaughan Jones    Susan Kay  
Publisher:   Macmillan
ISBN: 9780333757604


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Unit 1 Images
 

Unit 2 Family
 

Unit 3 Money
 

Unit 4 Body
 

Unit 5 Ritual
 

Unit 6 Digital
 

Unit 7 Review 1
 

Unit 8 Escape
 

Unit 9 Attraction
 

Unit 10 Genius
 

Unit 11 Sell
 

Unit 12 Student
 

Unit 13 Home
 

Unit 14 Review 2
 

Unit 2 Family

Page 14 - 20
listening   reading   

(1) Reading : three young people talk about embarassing parents.

(2) Listening (i) Parents talk about meeting daughter's boyfriend for the first time.

(ii) Boyriend talks about meeting girlfriend's parents.

skills:
generation (gap)
 
Page 15 - 16
individual / pairwork   listening   written exercise   

Verb + infintive
Verb + object + infinitive
Verb + ing form
Verb + preposition

grammar:
verb patterns
 
Page 16

Bookwork : dividing verbs into verb + infitive vs verb + object + infinitive (help to do vs help smbdy to do) ; make and let ; pairwork : rules for children.

grammar:
verb + infinitive
 
Page 17

(1) Listening (Girl talking about staying with an English family.
(2) Ordering segments of tapescrips
(3) Ss write true sentences about themselves from prompts and discuss with partner

grammar:
verb + ing
grammar:
verb + preposition
 
Page 18 - 143

Ss read and listen to sentences and match vowel sound with underlined sound in the sentence.

pronunciation:
vowel sounds - single
 
Page 21
individual / pairwork   mill-type activity   speaking   written exercise   reference notes   

Adjective + infinitive (difficult to do sthg etc.); adjectives + prepositions (interested in, allergic to etc.)

grammar:
adjective structures
 
Page 22

(1) Ss read and listen to 2 short dialogues with different register. (2) Compare words and phrases. (3) Role play (choice of two situations)

vocabulary:
register (spoken)
 
Page 23

(1) Ss read informal letter (letter to a penfriend) and replace inappropriate formal words and phrases with less formal ones from a given list.
(2) Write a letter to a penfriend.

writing:
formal vs informal letters
writing:
penpal - introduction
 
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