Face2Face – Intermediate

Face2Face – Intermediate
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Face2Face – Intermediate
Teacher’s Book Contents
Welcome to face2face!
face2face
face2face Intermediate Components 4
The face2face Approach
The Student’s Book
The CD-ROM/Audio CD: Instructions 10
The Common European Framework
(CEF)
Teaching Tips
Classroom Activities and Games 21
Photocopiable Materials
4 Class Activities
Instructions
1A Our free time
1B Celebrity match
10 Make it snappy!
2A World rules
2B Opening night
2C The absolutely amazing game! 139
3B The world’s greatest traveller 140
3C Suffix dominoes
3D Memory maze
4A Celebrity engagement
4C Rainforest adventure
4D Adjective crossword
5A Househunting
5B Look into the future
5C Who said what?
6A Men and women
6C Synonyms bingo
6D Round the board
7A Guess my name
7B The conditional game
7C Article auction
8A Passive knowledge
8B The airport
8C Beginnings and endings
9A Fighting fit
9B Perfect circles
9D Noughts and crosses
10A Excuses, excuses!
10B Where’s Robin?
10C Go up the ladder
11A Work dominoes
11B Teach your own language
lie Spy school
12A Wish list
12B get stories
Vocabulary Plus
Instructions
1 -ed/-ing adjectives
2 Food and drink
3 Travelling by car
4 Compound adjectives for
character
5 Shopping
6 Antonyms
7 Machines
8 Weather conditions
9 injuries and health problems
10 Moods and relationships
11 Working life
12 Phrasal verbs for plans
Teaching Notes
1 How do you feel?
2 We haven’t got time
3 The tourist trade
4 Born to be wild
5 Home truths
6 Decisions and choices
7 Technology
8 One world
9 Look after yourself
10 Happy ever after?
11 All part of the job
12 Real or imaginary
Study Skills
Instructions
1 Independent learning
2 Using dictionaries for
pronunciation
3 Developing reading skills
4 Collocations
Progress Tests
Instructions
Answer Key and Recording Scripts 195
Progress Test 1
Progress Test 2
Progress Test 3
Progress Test 4
Progress Test 5
Progress Test 6
Progress Test 7
Progress Test 8
Progress Test 9
Progress Test 10
Progress Test 11
Progress Test 12
Technology ITKlii EE) Happy ever after?
10A The anniversary
E2EE51 contacting people
WrT.WIM was/were going to, was/were supposed to
10B Who’s that?
describing people
Mdr’ ANM modal verbs (2):making deductions
IOC The party’s over
IW-VliMt!1 phrasal verbs (3)
Reading:For better,for worse; Listening:Prenuptial agreements
It / and fdl at the end of words
10D Do you mind?
asking for,giving and refusing permission
Intonation (3): asking for permission
10 Review and Progress Portfolio
Reading and Writing Portfolio 10
CD-ROM CD-ROM
7A Save, copy, delete
computers
t ,11’iir ; ability: be able to, manage, have no idea how, be good at, etc.
7B Want it, need it!
electrical equipment
second conditional
p54 p78
rTTrurwith first or second conditional
7C Virus alert!
use of articles:a, an, the, no article
Listening:Computer viruses; Reading:Virus writers
weak forms (2)
7D What’s the password?
indirect and direct questions
intonation (2):being polite
7 Review and Progress Portfolio
Reading and Writing Portfolio 7
p56
ET!wilt)
C”with p82
with
r in p83
p59 Workbook p82
Workbook p76
11A^Any All messages part of the? job
things people do at work
reported speech:sentences
i^^ni (hi in he, his, him and her
11B How did it go?
ITOi’?rpM adjectives to describe jobs
reported speech (2):questions,requests and Imperatives
CD-ROMnTEWl
One world
QA Changing weather
iVWff’VAj weather
the passive
CD-ROM
run
r i! nr ! with
8B Recycle your rubbish
f/VTr.-n containers
p62 p86
quantifiers:a bit of, too much/many,(not ) enough, plenty of, etc.
C TS3E323? quantifiers
i n Hi r- tt i
11C Undercover
verb patterns:reporting verbs
Reading:Undercover’s success;Listening:Episode 5 of Undercover
missing words
11D It’s my first day
t&li’.ttrini checking information
contrastive stress
11 Review and Progress Portfolio
Reading and Writing Portfolio 11
p88
8C Dangers at sea p64
word formation (2):prefixes and opposites, other prefixes and suffixes
Listening:Shark attack.1;Reading:Saving Jesse’s arm wih
i, H. ilnrrTr linking (3):review
pdo
8D Be careful!
warnings and advice
8 Review and Progress Portfolio
Reading and Writing Portfolio 8
C!with
Workbook p78
Workbook p84
9A^Get Look healthy after ! yourself CD-ROM Real or imaginary CD-ROM
jg&till’Mili health
p68 12A I wish!
BB5?K!!1!1informal words and phrases
wishes
12B Important moments
023223 phrases with get
third conditional
?T’f third conditional
12C Superheroes
I’itfg.-ffr.li!1 wordformation(3):wordfamilies
SE3II9B Listening:The life of Stan Lee;Reading:The real Spider-Man
sentence stress and weak forms:review
12 Review and Progress Portfolio
End of Course Review
Reading and Writing Portfolio 12
rf pill relative clauses with who, that, which, whose, where and when if ‘nn
9B Good news, bad news
Ql&.WWli news collocations
Present Perfect Simple active and passive for recent events
ir’T’Tt Present Perfect Simple active or passive
r i.u r ii u–
ClwiUl with
9C Faking it P72
connecting words:although, even though, despite, in spite of, however
Listening:How to spot a liar;Reading: Catch Me If You Can
jin” British and American accents
G3with
9D At the doctor’s
at the doctor’s
health problems,symptoms and treatment
9 Review and Progress Portfolio
Reading and Writing Portfolio 9
Workbook p86
Workbook p80
Songs plOO
Pair and Group Work plQ2
Language Summaries pH4
Answer Key pl4l
Recording Scripts p142
Phonemic Symbols p159
Irregular Verb List pl59
CD-ROM/Audio CD Instructions pl60Technology ITKlii EE) Happy ever after?
10A The anniversary
E2EE51 contacting people
WrT.WIM was/were going to, was/were supposed to
10B Who’s that?
describing people
Mdr’ ANM modal verbs (2):making deductions
IOC The party’s over
IW-VliMt!1 phrasal verbs (3)
Reading:For better,for worse; Listening:Prenuptial agreements
It / and fdl at the end of words
10D Do you mind?
asking for,giving and refusing permission
Intonation (3): asking for permission
10 Review and Progress Portfolio
Reading and Writing Portfolio 10
CD-ROM CD-ROM
7A Save, copy, delete
computers
t ,11’iir ; ability: be able to, manage, have no idea how, be good at, etc.
7B Want it, need it!
electrical equipment
second conditional
rTTrurwith first or second conditional
7C Virus alert!
use of articles:a, an, the, no article
Listening:Computer viruses; Reading:Virus writers
weak forms (2)
7D What’s the password?
indirect and direct questions
intonation (2):being polite
7 Review and Progress Portfolio
Reading and Writing Portfolio 7
ET!wilt)
C”with p82
with
r in p83
p59 Workbook p82
Workbook p76
11A^Any All messages part of the? job
things people do at work
reported speech:sentences
i^^ni (hi in he, his, him and her
11B How did it go?
ITOi’?rpM adjectives to describe jobs
reported speech (2):questions,requests and Imperatives
CD-ROMnTEWl
One world
QA Changing weather
iVWff’VAj weather
the passive
CD-ROM
run
r i! nr ! with
8B Recycle your rubbish
f/VTr.-n containers
p62 p86
quantifiers:a bit of, too much/many,(not ) enough, plenty of, etc.
C TS3E323? quantifiers
i n Hi r- tt i
11C Undercover
verb patterns:reporting verbs
Reading:Undercover’s success;Listening:Episode 5 of Undercover
missing words
11D It’s my first day
t&li’.ttrini checking information
contrastive stress
11 Review and Progress Portfolio
Reading and Writing Portfolio 11
8C Dangers at sea p64
word formation (2):prefixes and opposites, other prefixes and suffixes
Listening:Shark attack.1;Reading:Saving Jesse’s arm wih
i, H. ilnrrTr linking (3):review
pdo
8D Be careful!
warnings and advice
8 Review and Progress Portfolio
Reading and Writing Portfolio 8
C!with
Workbook p78
Workbook p84
9A^Get Look healthy after ! yourself CD-ROM Real or imaginary CD-ROM
jg&till’Mili health
p68 12A I wish!
BB5?K!!1!1informal words and phrases
wishes
12B Important moments
023223 phrases with get
third conditional
?T’f third conditional
12C Superheroes
I’itfg.-ffr.li!1 wordformation(3):wordfamilies
SE3II9B Listening:The life of Stan Lee;Reading:The real Spider-Man
sentence stress and weak forms:review
12 Review and Progress Portfolio
End of Course Review
Reading and Writing Portfolio 12
rf pill relative clauses with who, that, which, whose, where and when if ‘nn
9B Good news, bad news
Ql&.WWli news collocations
Present Perfect Simple active and passive for recent events
ir’T’Tt Present Perfect Simple active or passive
9C Faking it P72
connecting words:although, even though, despite, in spite of, however
Listening:How to spot a liar;Reading: Catch Me If You Can
jin” British and American accents
G3with
9D At the doctor’s
at the doctor’s
health problems,symptoms and treatment
9 Review and Progress Portfolio
Reading and Writing Portfolio 9
Workbook p86
Workbook p80
Songs plOO
Pair and Group Work plQ2
Language Summaries pH4
Answer Key pl4l
Recording Scripts p142
Phonemic Symbols p159
Irregular Verb List pl59
CD-ROM/Audio CD Instructions pl60
1 How do you feel?
weekend activities; likes and dislikes; adjectives to describe feelings; prepositions with adjectives
question forms; positive and negative verb forms, words and phrases
J question tags
2 We haven’t got time
E333BEI work collocations;In the kitchen; sleep; gradable and strong adjectives; adverbs
modal verbs (1); be able to, beallowed to, be supposed to. Present Continuous and Present Simple
EXJ3 showing concern,giving and responding to advice
Reading and Writing Portfolio 1
Reading a letter about a holiday
Writing informal letters:ellipsis of words
plO Reading and Writing Portfolio 2
Reading notices
Writing notices: abbreviations
F ,t i l li f
3 The tourist trade
fruifrWiEit’d phrasal verbs (1):travel; phrases with travel, get and go on; word formation (1): suffixes for
adjectives and nouns
Present Perfect Simple; Present Perfect Continuous and Present Perfect Simple
i.rrx>3 askingforandmakingrecommendations
pi5 Reading and Writing Portfolio 3 p68
Reading formal letters
Writing formal letters: American and British English
4 Born to be wild p20 Reading and Writing Portfolio 4 p70
Reading book reviews
Writing book reviews: organisation,useful phrases
music collocations; character adjectives; guessing meaning from context; adjectives to
describe behaviour
Past Simple and Past Continuous; used to; Past Perfect
( ) softeningopinions and making generalisations
r-Fniir:
5 Home truths
homes;phrasal verbs (2); verb patterns (1); materials
ttdr.liilnkHh making comparisons; the future: will, be going to, Present Continuous
J explaining what you need
p25 Reading and Writing Portfolio 5 p72
Reading an informal email
Writing short emails and notes:useful phrases
6 Decisions and choices
kic’4MllMrj – make and do; rellexive pronouns; synonyms
first conditional; future time clauses; zero conditional; conditionals with modal verbs and
imperatives; in case
discussion language
p30 Reading and Writing Portfolio 6 p74
Reading an article and two letters about pocket money
r.ln nr: Writing giving an opinion
7 Technology
computers (I) and (2);electrical equipment; use of articles: a, an, the, no article
USESB ability; second conditional
– l indirectanddirectquestions
p35 Reading and Writing Portfolio 7 p76
Reading instructions
Writing instructions:connecting words (1),useful phrases
8 One world
h’ior.’.oik^a weather* containers; word formation (2):prefixes and opposites,other prefixes and suffixes
the passive; quantifiers
warnings and advice
p40 Reading and Writing Portfolio 8 p78
Reading letters to a newspaper about problems in towns
Writing letters to a newspaper,organisation, connecting
words (2), the passive
P liilir
Answer Key t-vni
9 Look after yourself
C3S23J3 health; news collocations; connecting words: although, even though, despite, in spite of, however;
health problems, symptoms and treatment
relative clauses with who, that, which, whose, where and when; Present Perfect Simple active
and passive for recent events
Reading and Writing Portfolio 9 p80
Reading a job advertisement; a letter of application
Writing letters of application: organisation,useful phrases
irinn*:
at the doctor’s
10 Happy ever after?
contacting people; describing people; phrasal verbs (3): meanings and grammar
was /were going to, was/were supposed to; modal verbs (2): making deductions
asking for, giving and refusing permission
Reading and Writing Portfolio 10 p82
Reading a description of a good friend
Writing descriptions of people: organisation,useful phrases
11 All part of the job
CS2EE21 things people do at work; adjectives to describe jobs;reporting verbs; verb patterns (2):
reporting verbs
reported speech: sentences,questions, requests and imperatives
CEI checking information
12 Real or imaginary
k’K»nlb.n’a informal words and phrases; phrases with get; word formation (3): word families (1) and (2)
33E32B wishes; third conditional
p55 Reading and Writing Portfolio 11
Reading a story about an interview
Writing verb forms in stories
Reading and Writing Portfolio 12
Reading descriptions of important moments
Writing common mistakes; descriptions of events
Intermediate Reading and
Writing Progress Portfolio
p88
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