1310.1. UNITED NATIONSVOCABULARYCivil servant( n): someone who works for a government department
1410.1. UNITED NATIONSVOCABULARYCommittee (n): a group of people who represent a larger group or organization and are chosen to do a particular job, for example to study something and suggest what action to takea planning/coordinating/management committee
1510.1. UNITED NATIONSVOCABULARYDepartment (n): one of the sections in a government, organization, or business that deals with one type of workHead of a Department (n): the leader or most important person in a groupthe Education Departmentthe Department of Healththe sales department
1610.1. UNITED NATIONSVOCABULARYMinister (n): an official in charge of a government department.e.g. The Minister for/of EducationThe minister for /of Economy
1710.1. UNITED NATIONSVOCABULARYPresident (n): the person who has the highest position in an organization or institution.e.g.He's the president of FIFA, football's ruling body.Macnee became President of the Royal Scottish Academy.
1810.1. UNITED NATIONSVOCABULARYSpokesperson (n): someone whose job is to officially represent an organization, for example in dealing with journalists
1910.1. UNITED NATIONSVOCABULARYStaff (n): the people who work for a particular company, organization, or institutionIt is a small hospital with a staff of just over a hundred.The staff are not happy about the new arrangement.
20Put these words into two groups: A for individuals B for groups 10.1. UNITED NATIONSVOCABULARYPut these words into two groups: A for individuals B for groupsIndividuals:AmbassadorAssistantCivil servantHead of a departmentMinisterPresidentspokespersonGroup:CommitteeDepartmentStaff
21PRESENT CONTINUOUS for FUTURE ARRANGEMENTS 10.1. UNITED NATIONSGRAMMARPRESENT CONTINUOUS for FUTURE ARRANGEMENTS
22PRESENT CONTINUOUS for FUTURE ARRANGEMENTS 10.1. UNITED NATIONSGRAMMARPRESENT CONTINUOUS for FUTURE ARRANGEMENTSPresent continuous shows that plan is more fixed or arranged.
23Find out what your classmates are doing in the next week. 10.1. UNITED NATIONSSPEAKINGWhat are you doing this weekend / tonight?I’m going to the cinema tonight, and on Sunday ..Find out what your classmates are doing in the next week.
24Write a pragraph to summarise your class’s social arrangements. 10.1. UNITED NATIONSWRITINGWrite a pragraph to summarise your class’s social arrangements.
29Read the text about Microsoft & do the practice. 10.2. BIG BUSINESSREADINGRead the text about Microsoft & do the practice.
30Plans were announced to develop the campus in Redmond. 10.2. BIG BUSINESSGRAMMARPAST SIMPLE PASSIVEMicrosoft was set up in 1975.Windows 95 was released.Plans were announced to develop the campus in Redmond.WAS/WERE + V3
31DISCUSSION TIME 10.2. BIG BUSINESS SPEAKING Which do you think are more powerful , governments or big companies?In what way do companies on these pages affect your life?Do you think they are good or bad for society?Do you think that big companies have too much power?;
3310.3. SCENARIO : An Olympic bid SITUATION10.3. SCENARIO : An Olympic bidBid(n)an offer of a specified amount;the price offered
34Where was the last Summer Olympic Games held? SITUATION10.3. SCENARIO : An Olympic bidWhere was the last Summer Olympic Games held?
35Did you watch any of it? Did Turkey win any medals? SITUATION10.3. SCENARIO : An Olympic bidDid you watch any of it? Did Turkey win any medals?
36Which 3 cities below have never yet hosted the Summer Olympic Games? SITUATION10.3. SCENARIO : An Olympic bidWhich 3 cities below have never yet hosted the Summer Olympic Games?AmsterdamAthensMadridMelbourneLos AngelesBerlinNew YorkMexico CityMoscowOsakaSeoulParis
3910.2. BIG BUSINESS Comprehensive(adj) : VOCABULARY including many details or aspects of something.We offer a comprehensive guide to university coursesa comprehensive strategic review
4010.2. BIG BUSINESSVOCABULARYEasy (adj): not difficult to do, or not needing much workFinding somewhere to live in London isn't easy.This cake is very easy to make.
4110.2. BIG BUSINESS Fantastic (adj) : extremely good or pleasant VOCABULARYFantastic (adj) : extremely good or pleasantIt's a fantastic view from up here, isn't it?You've done a fantastic job.He looked absolutely fantastic.
4210.2. BIG BUSINESS Electrifying (adj) : extremely exciting VOCABULARYElectrifying (adj) : extremely excitingHe gave an electrifying performance
4310.2. BIG BUSINESS World-class (adj) : one of the best in the world VOCABULARYWorld-class (adj) : one of the best in the worlda world-class swimmerA world-class footballer
4410.2. BIG BUSINESS High-speed (adj) : moving or operating very quickly VOCABULARYHigh-speed (adj) : moving or operating very quicklya high-speed trainhigh-speed communication/printing
4510.2. BIG BUSINESSVOCABULARYMagical (adj) : full of a mysterious quality that is enjoyable or attractive ;enchanting; bewitchingIt was a truly magical evening.a magical performance of the ballet.
4610.2. BIG BUSINESSVOCABULARYMagnificent (adj) : very impressive and beautiful, good, or skilfulIt was so exciting to see these magnificent animals in the wild.
4710.2. BIG BUSINESSVOCABULARYMemorable (adj) : worth remembering or easy to remember, because of being special in some wayThe romantic evening cruise will be a memorable experience.
4810.2. BIG BUSINESSVOCABULARYModern (adj) : relating to or belonging to the present timeThe programme examines the role of women in modern society.
4910.2. BIG BUSINESSVOCABULARYQuick (adj) : able to move fast or do something fastHe's surprisingly quick for such a big man.a quick worker
5010.2. BIG BUSINESS Spectacular (adj) : extremely impressive VOCABULARYSpectacular (adj) : extremely impressiveWe had a spectacular view of the coastline from the plane.The show was a spectacular success.
5110.2. BIG BUSINESSVOCABULARYSpacious (adj) : a spacious room, building etc has a lot of space inside it
5210.3. SCENARIO : An Olympic bid LISTENING10.3. SCENARIO : An Olympic bidListen to the presentationsmade by British Olympic Committee & do the practice.
5310.3. SCENARIO : An Olympic bid SITUATION10.3. SCENARIO : An Olympic bidKEY LANGUAGE : adding emphasisOnlyJust
5410.3. SCENARIO : An Olympic bid SITUATION10.3. SCENARIO : An Olympic bidPRONUNCIATION : pausing and emphatic stress
5510.3. SCENARIO : An Olympic bid TASK10.3. SCENARIO : An Olympic bidTASK : Making a presentation
5610.3. SCENARIO : An Olympic bid TASK10.3. SCENARIO : An Olympic bidTASK : Making a presentationOTHER USEFUL PHRASESWe are here to represent...The special ambition for our city is...There are four main points.First of all, ..Secondly, ...Finally, ...Thank you for your kind attention.
58STUDY SKILLS : improving your listening skills 10.4. STUDY & WRITING SKILLSSTUDY SKILLS : improving your listening skillsWhat are the types of listening ?What do we listen for?Listening for general ideaListening for detailWhat can we do before we listen which can help us understand better ?What are the situations when you listen to English?
59WRITING SKILLS : a for and against essay 10.4. STUDY & WRITING SKILLSWRITING SKILLS : a for and against essay
60WRITING SKILLS : a for and against essay 10.4. STUDY & WRITING SKILLSWRITING SKILLS : a for and against essayWhere do you usually find them ?Are there a lot of CCTV (closed circuit television) cameras in yoru town?Do you think they are a good thing? Why / why not?How do they make you feel?
61WRITING SKILLS : a for and against essay 10.4. STUDY & WRITING SKILLSWRITING SKILLS : a for and against essayRead the essay about CCTV cameras & do the practice.
62WRITING SKILLS : a for and against essay 10.4. STUDY & WRITING SKILLSWRITING SKILLS : a for and against essayintroductiondisadvantagesadvantagesconclusion
63WRITING SKILLS : a for and against essay 10.4. STUDY & WRITING SKILLSWRITING SKILLS : a for and against essayintroduction2. The importance of the subject4. The writer’s aimsdisadvantages3. Development of important ideasconclusionthe writer’s opinionSummary of the main points
64WRITING SKILLS : a for and against essay 10.4. STUDY & WRITING SKILLSWRITING SKILLS : a for and against essayalthoughOn the other handtherefore
6510.4.STUDY & WRITING SKILLS WRITING SKILLS : a for and against essay Write a for and against essay on one of the topics provided.