6.1 FUTURE OPPORTUNITY Are these statements true about Turkey? 1. More people are now making friends over the internet. 2. People are living longer than before. 3. People are having more holidays abroad. 4. People are using robots in their homes.
6.1 FUTURE OPPORTUNITY Prediction(n): a statement about what you think will happen in the future Please don't ask me to make any predictions about tomorr ow's meeting.
6.1 FUTURE OPPORTUNITY Constantly (adv): all the time or regularly He's constantly changing his mind.
6.1 FUTURE OPPORTUNITY Retire (v): to stop work because you are old He retired from our company last year.
6.1 FUTURE OPPORTUNITY Profit (v): to get sth good or useful from a situation not all children would profit from this kind of schooling it would profit us to change our plans
6.1 FUTURE OPPORTUNITY Consumer(n): someone who buys or uses services. consumer demand is important in marketing.
6.1 FUTURE OPPORTUNITY Read the text and do the exercises 2a and 2b
6.1 FUTURE OPPORTUNITY Focus(v): to give all your attention to one thing Focus on your lesson!!
6.1 FUTURE OPPORTUNITY Connect (v): to join two or more things together
6.1 FUTURE OPPORTUNITY Vacuum cleaner (n phr): a machine that cleans floors by sucking up the dirt from them.
6.1 FUTURE OPPORTUNITY Investment (n): the use of money to make a profit There is the need to attract foreign investment
6.1 FUTURE OPPORTUNITY Cyber (n): related to computers or the internet Cyber crime Cyber age
6.1 FUTURE OPPORTUNITY Click (n): a short hard sound when you press or switch sth.
6.1 FUTURE OPPORTUNITY Listen to meeting between Susan, a futurologist and Patrick, a business investor. Tick the future changes she discusses.
6.1 FUTURE OPPORTUNITY Vocabulary: ages What age do you think these people are? adolescent young adult child elderly middle-aged retired teenager thirty-something
6.1 FUTURE OPPORTUNITY What is life like in these ages? What responsibilities do people have? What kinds of things do they spend their money on? Which is the best age to be?
6.1 FUTURE OPPORTUNITY GRAMMAR- Predictions will might + V1 may Use will when you are certain about the prediction, use may and might when you not certain. Definetely, cerainly: very certain (will) Possibly, probably: less certain (will, won’t) Do the activities on your coursebook.
How important is family life in Turkey? How many people are there in your family? What are the advantages and disadvantages of a small or big family?
6.2 THE FAMILY responsible- (adj): to have control and authority over something or someone and the duty of taking care of it or them: Her department is responsible for the sales.
6.2 THE FAMILY suitable (adj): right or appropriate for a particular person, purpose, or situation these toys are not suitable for children under 3 years old.
6.2 THE FAMILY Read the article on page 50 and aswer the questions.
6.2 THE FAMILY Negative adjectives We can use un- and –less to show a negative or opposite, to mean “not” and “without” Make negative adjectives for Care Comfortable Hope Kind Lucky Use Usual
6.2 THE FAMILY unusual- (adj) Unusual trees
6.2 THE FAMILY useless(adj) Throw useless things into the dustbin.
6.2 THE FAMILY Fill in the blanks with the adjectives My brother is very __________ so he makes a lot of mistakes. His father was very __________ and threatened him badly. The website is full of _________ information. The child complained a lot because her new car seat was very ___________. careless unkind useless uncomfortable
Do the exercise on your coursebook, pages 51, and 137
6.3 Scenario: Family Matters Who does the cooking and cleaning in your family? Could you stay out late when you were a teenager? What housework did you do when you were a child or teenager? Do both your parents work?
6.3 Scenario: Family Matters is a Tv programme. The topic of this week is problems and responsibilities in families. Listen and do the exercises, 2a, 2b and 2c.
6.3 Scenario: Family Matters Expressing opinions Personally, I think ______ Well, that’s an interesting idea, but ______ Well, what I think is that _______ Well I understand your opinion, but _____ I agree with ____ I completely diagree with ____ I think it is better if ___________ That is a good point, but I think _____
6.3 Scenario: Family Matters Do the activities 3a, 3b, 4a, 4b, 5 Task : speaking on a talk show 6a, 7a, and 7b. Work in small groups, you are on Speak Out, one student is Tv presenter and others are the guests. The speaker asks the guests about their opinions on the topics in exercise 6a.
6.4 Study and Writing Skills Correcting your writing Look at the sentences on page 54 and tell which ones are true for you. Then do the other exercises on your book.
5.4 Study and Writing Skills Proud (adj): feeling deep pleasure or satisfaction as a result of one’s own achievements, qualities, or possessions he was so proud of his daughter
6.4 Study and Writing Skills Creativity(n): the ability to think of new ideas The interior architectures used their creativity in this competition.
5.4 Study and Writing Skills Race(n): a group of people sharing the same culture, history, language, etc.; an ethnic group: we Scots were a bloodthirsty race then
6.4 Study and Writing Skills Out of sight (prep. Phr): cannot be seen A: Where is the child? B: He is out of sight, OMG!!! I cannot see him!
6.4 Study and Writing Skills Voluntary (adj): acting of one’s own free will: we are funded by voluntary contributions
5.4 Study and Writing Skills Cause(n): an aim that people support or fight for The feminist group supported us in our cause.
6.4 Study and Writing Skills Contribute (v): to give money, help or ideas to sth. he contributed articles to the magazine
6.4 Study and Writing Skills Writing skills Have you ever entered a competition? Have you ever written for a competition? Have you ever won anything? Read the poster on page 55 and answer How many will win a prize? Do the activities about the article.
6.4 Study and Writing Skills Linkers Our big cities are very multi-cultural, so you see people of many different races, colours and religions. The second thing is less obvious, as it often happens out of sight. Because of these things, I feel proud of my society. I see a positive future for my society. However, I also want to contribute to it.