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1 Language Leader Unit 1 Communication Language Leader, Intermediate Student’s Book By David Cotton, David Falvey & Simon Kent Published and Copyright by Pearson Education Limited, 2008 Presentation created by Araya Hongchindaket, 2010

2 1.1 Great Communicators (P.6) 2a) Complete the sentences on the right with the words in the box listener language rambler nerves cultures vocabulary humour appearance eye pace charisma digressions

3 Reading: (P.7) Margaret Thatcher John F Kennedy Martin Luther King Junior

4 5b) Read the speeches and try to match them with the people John F Kennedy Martin Luther King Junior Margaret Thatcher

5 6. What is the main topic of each speech? Choose from the following. Speech 1 Speech 2 Speech 3 b) the defence of liberty C) racial equality G) Becoming prime minister

6 7a) Which speech does the following? There is one extra option. a)Gives a warning b)Outlines a hope c)Asks people to make a choice d)Makes a promise Speech 2 Speech 1 Speech 3

7 7b) Find examples in the speeches of the following: a)repetition Text 1: Text 2: Text 3: My fellow…ask not what… (final 2 paragraphs) I have a dream (beginning of each paragraph) Where there is…, may we bring (final 4 lines)

8 b) tripling Text 1: Text 2: Text 3: The energy, the faith, the devotion (Para 1) - -

9 c) contrast Text 1: Text 2: Text 3: Shrink from/ welcome (para 1) Former slaves/ former slave owners (Para 2), Injustice/ justice, oppression/ freedom (Para 3), Color of their skin/ content of their character (para 4) Discord/ harmony, error/ truth, doubt/ faith, Despair/ hope (final 4 lines)

10 d) A quote Text 1: Text 2: Text 3: - We hold these truths to be self-evident, That all men are created equal (Para 1) Where there is discord…may we bring hope (final 4 lines)

11 1.2 Improving Communication (P.8) Reading 3) Read the leaflet. Match the following extracts from Andrea Barnard’s course handouts with the weeks in the leaflet. A. B. C. D. E. Week 3 Week 4 Week 5 Week 2 Week 1

12 4a) Read the statements. Decide whether they are true or false. This course… F F F T T F T

13 Vocabulary: idioms (P.9) 5a) Match the idioms with their definitions. 1.Actions speak louder than words 2.Think before you speak 3.(can’t) get a word in edgeways 4.Hear it on the grapevine 5.Be on the same wavelength 6. Get straight to the point 7. Have a quick word with someone f g d c b a e

14 Grammar: the continuous aspect 6b) Tick the four words/ phrases that can describe the continuous aspect. Temporary habitual complete permanent Unfinished in progress changing

15 7. Look at the verb forms in the sentences. Name the verb form and say why it is used. 1.a) I’m writing an … b) I write a letter…every week. 2 a) I work in London. b) I’m working in…, but I’m looking for a job in Paris. 3. a) She wrote the report… b) She was writing the report… Pre con (in progress) Pre sim (habitual) Pre sim (permanent) Pre con (temporary)/ Pre con (in progress) Past sim (complete) Past con (unfinished/ in progress during the flight)

16 See ‘Language Reference’ for G1 and G2 on page 134.

17 8. Five of the following sentences are wrong. Identify which they are and discuss why they are wrong Agreeing changed to agree (state verb) correct Stay changed to are staying (the action is temporary) correct Knowing changed to know (state verb) talks changed to is talking (in progress) get changed to is getting (in progress) correct

18 Grammar: the perfect aspect (P.10) 3. Look at Track 1.4 on P.175 and underline examples of the present perfect, past perfect and past simple. Present perfect: Past perfect: Past simple: Has become famous, has written, Has published, She’s also become, Has appeared, has been, has lectured Had already written, had published, Had written Was published, spent, contained, decided, Was, wrote

19 4. Complete the following explanations with past simple, past perfect, and present perfect. The _____________ looks back from now to a time before now. The _____________ looks back from a time in the past to another time before that. The ______________ refers to a completed event at a definite time in the past. Present perfect Past perfect Past simple

20 See ‘Language reference’ on Page 134.

21 5. Complete this report about communications company with the verbs in the box in the past simple or perfect tense started Have built Has contributed Employed (had) Had risen (gone up) moved (Have) taken on (employed) Has grown Have gone up Had reached have just had

22 Vocabulary: idioms 9a) Match the expressions a-d with the ideas in 1-4. a)Burst into (laughter) b)Run out of (things to say) c)The life of the party d)Hold centre stage 3. Suddenly start to do something (e.g. cry) 4. Use all of (something) 2. Fun and exciting to be with 1. Get a lot of attention


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