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Q skills for success reading and writing 4 teacher book

q skills for success reading and writing 4 teacher book

Q Skills for Success: Reading and Writing 4: Teacher s.

q skills for success reading and writing 4 teacher book

q skills for success reading and writing 4 teacher book Q Skills for Success Reading and Writing 4 Teacher s Book.

WELCOME TO :Skills for Success
Q: Skills for Success is a six-level series with two strands,
Reading and Writing and Listening and Speaking.
READING AND WRITING
Margot F. Gramer
Colin S. Ward
SerieS CONSULTANTS
Marguerite Ann Snow
Lawrence J. Zwier
VOCABULArY CONSULTANT
Cheryl Boyd Zimmerman
Sarah Lynn
SerieS CONSULTANTS
Marguerite Ann Snow
Lawrence J. Zwier
VOCABULArY CONSULTANT
Cheryl Boyd Zimmerman
2
2
2
Debra Daise
Charl Norloff
Paul Carne
SerieS CONSULTANTS
Marguerite Ann Snow
Lawrence J. Zwier
VOCABULArY CONSULTANT
Cheryl Boyd Zimmerman
2
Joe McVeigh
Jennifer Bixby
SerieS CONSULTANTS
Marguerite Ann Snow
Lawrence J. Zwier
VOCABULArY CONSULTANT
Cheryl Boyd Zimmerman
2
LISTENING AND SPEAKING
Nigel A. Caplan
ScottWELCOME TO :Skills for Success Q: Skills for Su Margaret Brooks SerieS CONSULTANTS Marguerite An 8QLW6DPSOHU 4FMFDUZPVSVOJUCFMPX SCoPe And SeQuenCe Listening and Speaking intro graMMar pronUnCiation CritiCaL Unit LiStening graMMar pronUnCiation CritiCaL Unit LiStening graMMar pronUnCiation CritiCaL UNIT 3 Education LISTENING Learning OutcOme Share your opinions to plan a pe LISTENING LISTENING Tip for Success The B. Complete the sentences with words from Activit comPrehension check CD 1 Track 22 A. Building Vocabulary Using the dictionary ly 5. My school costs a lot of money. It’s very ( ch SPEAKING Grammar Adjectives; Adverbs + adjective A. Read the paragraph. Find the ten adjective and Pronunciation Sentence stress CD 1 Tra Speaking Skill Giving opinions CD 1 Track 25 U 5. A: Our school isn’t in a good neighborhood. it Tip for Success When you give an opinion, give ex B. REFLECT Discuss these questions with a partne Sarah Lynn SerieS CONSULTANTS Marguerite Ann Sno weLCoMe to :Skills for Success Q: Skills for S CONTENTS Quick Guide Q Explicit skills instruction enables students a. There are International Laughter Clubs in man Q uICk guIde Explicit skills instruction prepare Q Clear learning outcomes focus students on uIC Q online Practice For the student • easy-to-use: SCoPe And SeQuenCe reading and Writing 1 Unit VOCabULary GraMMar CritiCa Unit readinG VOCabULary GraMMar CritiCa Unit readinG VOCabULary GraMMar CritiCa UNIT 9 Life Changes Readin leaRning outcome Describe events in your life tha 5/17/10 Preview the Unit c Work in a group. Co ReaDing Reading 1 what is an Adult? Vocabulary reading Skill Marking the margins web Good reader PreView reading 1 This is an excerpt from a socio definition of an adult. Some teenagers behave like 3. People can get a driver’s license in Ethiopia Reading 2 Becoming an Adult PreView reading 2 You are going to read postings Becoming an adult in Papua New Guinea MOnday, aug Main ideas Read the statements. Write N (Norway), 5. The first coming-of-age ceremony in Korea was A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W A actions. re•spon•si•ble k /rI"[email protected]/ WRiTing Grammar Clauses with after and after tha B. Read the sentences. Write a sentence with afte Tip Critical Thinking Activity A asks you to cons Tip for success When you write your paragraph, re track Your Success Circle the words you learned Joe McVeigh Jennifer Bixby SerieS CONSULTANTS Ma WELCOME TO :Skills for Success Q: Skills for S CONTENTS Quick Guide Q UICK GUIDE Q connects critical thinking, langu This is a science report that describes some of t Q UICK GUIDE Explicit instruction and practice i 3. How many foreign countries have you visited? Q Online Practice For the student • Easy-to-use: sCope and sequenCe Reading and Writing 2 UNIT VocAbUlARy GRAmmAR cRITIcAl UNIT READING VocAbUlARy GRAmmAR cRITIcAl UNIT READING VocAbUlARy GRAmmAR cRITIcAl UNIT 9 Numbers Reading leaRning outcoMe Describe your personal experienc c Look at the math trivia quiz below. Answer the ReaDiNg Reading 1 Cultural Differences in Count Cultural Differences in Counting 1 How quick The Australian scientists found out Main ideas Circle the answer to each question. 1 4. In tests, aboriginal children had to match p A. Read the sentences. Then circle the inference C. Read each sentence about Reading 1. Then circl 4. I was flattered when she told me that she th CD 2 Track 13 Read the personal essay. Proble subject. And the class was really more about Main ideas Read the sentences. Then number them i B. Think about Reading 1 and Reading 2 as you dis A. Write out these math problems in words. Then t WRiTiNg writing Skill Using numbers to su B. Read each statement and the numbers in parenth The present perfect is sometimes used for actions 3. How many foreign countries have you visited? Tip Critical Thinking The Peer Review asks you to track Your Success Circle the words you learned Margot F. Gramer Colin S. Ward SerieS CONSULTANT WeLCoMe to :Skills for Success Q: Skills for S CONTENTS Quick Guide Q uICk GuIde Q connects critical thinking, langu CD 2 Track 4 Read the article. LAnGuAGe SkILL Q uICk GuIde Explicit instruction and practice i (used about a person) willing to do o Q uICk GuIde Clear learning outcomes focus stude Q online Practice For the student • easy-to-use: SCoPe And SeQuenCe reading and Writing 3 Unit VoCabULary GraMMar CritiCaL Unit readinG VoCabULary GraMMar CritiCaL Unit readinG VoCabULary GraMMar CritiCaL UNIT 5 Responsibility Reading leaRning outcome Write a paragraph about why peop Preview the Unit c Discuss these questions in a ReaDing Reading 1 A Question of numbers Vocabu 8. Scientists who study people’s behavior look at CD 2 Track 3 Read the article. a Question of 5 The bystander effect is common details Circle the answer that best completes eac what do you think? Discuss the questions in a gro Tip Critical Thinking Activity A uses a graphic o Reading 2 the Biology of Altruism Vocabulary He 7. Health-care workers are usually compassionate CD 2 Track 4 Read the article. The Biology of neuroeconomics, or the connection bet Main ideas Circle the answer to each question. 1 6. In Bill Harbaugh’s experiments, women were gi A. These phrasal verbs appear in the readings in WRiTing writing Skill Stating reasow and giving Tip for success Why questions appear on many test 4. Altruistic behavior is complex because many fa 5. (use/brain Unit Assignment write a paragraph with reasons an Example: c. Concluding sentence: C. WRiTe Wr track Your Success Circle the words you learned scope and sequence Reading and Writing 5 UNIT UNIT READING UNIT READING UNIT 2 Language Reading disting leaRning outcome Prepare an extended definition o PrEviEw thE UNit 30 c Work with a partner. Rea REaDing Reading 1 history of the Maori Language 6. In some parts of the United States, some peopl CD 1 Track 6 Read the Web page. History of the people. Maori was now officially discouraged. at young people and the education system, such as a. After English became the dominant language, Ma 4. As the 20th century progressed, there were few reading Skill Distinguishing main ideas from 2. Solution: Say I Tip Critical Thinking In Activity B, you will mak 5. It can be hard for people to resist doing wh PreView reading 2 In his in Marovo, their native language? I argue such arguments appeal to ignorance: we do details Why does the author include these example what do you think? A. Discuss the questions in a headword (the most frequent synonym in the Tip for success No two words have exactly the sam WRiTing writing Skill writing an extended defini Read this extended definition of language. Underl The subordinators although/though/even though are B. In your notebook, combine each pair of sentenc Plan and write A. BRainSTORM Think of one or two C. WRiTE Write your extended definition. Look at track Your Success Circle the words you learned scoPe And seQuence reading and Writing intro Un VoCabULary graMMar CritiCa Unit reading Wri VoCabULary graMMar CritiCa Unit reading Wri VoCabULary graMMar CritiCa UNIT 4 Food READING scanning f LEARNING OUTCOME Describe the people, food, and a READING READINGCelebrating the New Year with Foo 7. (noun) habits, ideas, Year’s dishes. Everyone prepares beans in a diffe ABCDE F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z B. Make a food chart in your vocabulary log. Add WRITING Grammar Verbs + gerunds or infinitives w A. Complete the sentences. Use verb + gerund or v Writing Skill Writing complete sentences web Ever 6. Isabel don’t like baking cakes. 7. We like eat B. WRITE Answer these questions about a special Track Your Success Circle the words you learned Jaimie Scanlon SerieS CONSULTANTS Marguerite Ann WELCOME TO :Skills for Success Q: Skills for S CONTENTS Quick Guide Q Explicit skills instruction enables students LANGUAGE SKILLS Two listening texts provide input Q uICK GuIDE Explicit skills instruction prepare 1. Do you agree that anyone can be funny? Why or Q uICK GuIDE Q Online Practice For the student • Easy-to-use: SCoPe And SeQuenCe Listening and Speaking 1 Uni graMMar pronUnCiation CritiCaL t Unit LiStening graMMar pronUnCiation CritiCaL t Unit LiStening graMMar pronUnCiation CritiCaL t UNIT 9 Life Changes Listen Learning OutcOme Deliver a presentation providing Preview the Unit c Check (✓) the changes in you LisTening LISTENING 1 Attitudes about Change 7. Are you still planning to move to a new apartm CD 3 Track 15 Tip for su Listening Skill Listening for different opinions w Franco: In Brazil we say, “One who does not look LISTENING 2 tips from a Life Coach Vocabulary H PreView listening 2 tips from a Life Coach You what do you think? A. Discuss the questions in a vocabulary Skill verb-noun collocations web T 2. You need to share your goal with someone—for e speaking Grammar imperative of be with adjective B. Work with a partner. Imagine you are a life co CD 3 Track 21 A. Circle the content words in th Unit Assignment Give instructions In this assign Tip Critical Thinking In Activity A, you have to B. ORganize iDeas Choose an example from your no track Your Success Circle the words you learned Margaret Brooks SerieS CONSULTANTS Marguerite An weLCoMe to :Skills for Success Q: Skills for S CONTENTS Quick Guide Q uICk guIde Q connects critical thinking, langu of . However, he uses natur Q uICk guIde Explicit skills instruction prepare dis•cov•er•y k /dI"[email protected]/ noun (pl. dis•cov•er• Q uICk guIde Clear learning outcomes focus stude Q online Practice For the student • easy-to-use: SCoPe And SeQuenCe Listening and Speaking 2 Uni graMMar pronUnCiation CritiCaL thi Unit LiStening graMMar pronUnCiation CritiCaL thi Unit LiStening graMMar pronUnCiation CritiCaL thi UNIT 2 Color Listenin Learning OutcOme In a group presentation, describ Preview the Unit c Complete the questionnaire. LisTening LISTENING 1 the Colors of nature Voc PreView listening 1 the Colors of nature You a listen for details CD 1 Track 15 Read the sente Listening Skill Understanding cause and LISTENING 2 Building with Color PreView listening 2 Building with Color You ar CD 1 Track 19 Tip for success When you hear new vocabulary Skill word families: nouns and v Tip for success The pronoun it refers to both mal speaking Grammar There’s and it’s web There’s (T Pronunciation Schwa in unstressed syllables web C D. Work with a partner. Underline all the syllabl Unit Assignment Present a building design In thi 2. Choose a location for the building. Is your bu B. refLeCT Discuss these questions with a partne Miles Craven Kristin D. Sherman SerieS CONSULTAN WELCOME TO :Skills for Success Q: Skills for S CONTENTS Quick Guide Q uICK guIDe Q connects critical thinking, langu LANGUAGE SKILLS Two listening texts provide input Q uICK guIDe Explicit skills instruction prepare Black plate (162,1) yLzeARneR CenteReD e her v Q uICK guIDe Q Online Practice For the student • Easy-to-use: SCoPe AnD SeQuenCe Listening and Speaking 3 Uni graMMar pronUnCiation CritiCaL Unit LiStening graMMar pronUnCiation CritiCaL Unit LiStening graMMar pronUnCiation CritiCaL UNIT 9 Money LiStening Learning oUtCoMe Participate in a group discuss PREVIEW THE UNIT C Complete the questionnaire. LIStenIng LISTENING 1 Sudden Wealth Vocabulary H CD 3 Track 14 Tip for Success A question an listen for details CD 3 Track 15 Listen again. Listening Skill Listening for signpostw Signposts Laura: You know, I was a secretary at that compan LISTENING 2 Happiness Breeds Success…and Money! h. (n.) a resu CD 3 Track 19 Ti Vocabulary Skill All these changes will si w B. Complete each sentence with the correct word f SPeAKIng Grammar Types of sen teenbc w es In En B. Work with a partner. Read the situations below CD 3 Track 20 A. Listen to the sentences. Check CD 3 Track 22 A. Listen to the conversations. C Tip for Success When disagreeing with someone, yo My answer to the question: Reasons for my answ Track Your Success Circle the words and phrases scope aNd sequeNce Listening and speaking 5 UNI UNIT LIsTeNINg UNIT LIsTeNINg UNIT 8 Change Listening re Learning outcome Interview a classmate and report Preview the Unit 174 c According to recent Uni LIsTenIng LISTENING 1 the reindeer People Vocab 8. (n.) stories from an listen for Main ideas CD 3 Track 16 Listen to t B. Use your notes from Activity A to complete the Listening Skill recognizing attitudes CD 3 Track 19 A. Listen to the sentences. Check LISTENING 2 high-tech nomads Vocabulary Here are 6. The parents felt the children needed more listen for Main ideas CD 3 Track 21 Listen to t ■ 5. Even though these nomads like to travel fo vocabulary Skill Phrasalmvehrbt s oome pemeunipt A. Use a dictionary to complete the phrasal verbs B. Complete the sentences with a phrasal verb fro speakIng Grammar Gerunds and infinitives Gerunds Here are some common verbs and phrases that are f Tip for success Learners’ dictionaries list objec CD 3 Track 24 A. Listen to these pairs of words CD 3 Track 26 C. Listen to these sentences and When paraphrasing, it is also common to: Combine Tip for success Even when you paraphrase another Tip Critical Thinking In Activity A, you have to Tip for success In a conversation, it is importan track Your Success Circle the words and phrases Teacher’s Handbook Samplers Nigel A. Caplan Scott 1 Teacher’s Handbook Lawrence Lawson Q_RW_4756273_THB1_U09_087.pdf September 15, 2 Activity B Answers, p. 163 Answers will vary. Pos Reading and Writing 1, page 166 Reading Skill: Ma MAIN IDEAS (10 minutes) 1. Preview the statement Vocabulary Answers, p. 170 a. burn; b. celebratio MULTILEVEL OPTION Have lower-level students Reading and Writing 1, page 177 WRITING Grammar Remind students that timelines can deal with a sh Learning Outcome 1. Tie the Unit Assignment to t Q_RW_4756273_THB1_U09_096.pdf September 15, 2 Q_RW_4756273_THB1_U09_097.pdf September 15, 2 2 Teacher’s Handbook Jennifer Bixby w unit 9 Unit Question Preview the Unit B Answers, p. 163 Answers will v Vocabulary Answers, pp. 165–166 1. method; Reading and Writing 2, page 169 WHAT DO YOU THINK B (10 minutes) 1. Read the directions aloud. Ha Details Answers, p. 175 1. fourth grade; 2. Algeb Skill Note Although students might know how to sa For additional practice with using numbers to sup Plan and Write Brainstorm A (10 minutes) 1. Rea Reading and Writing 2, page 183 Track Your Succes Unit 9 Numbers Unit Assignment Rubric Student 3 Teacher’s Handbook Jenni Currie Santamaria Q_RW_4756297_THB3_U05_045.pdf October 13, 201 Activity B Answers, p. 89 Answers will vary. Poss MULTILEVEL OPTION Group lower-level student Reading and Writing 3, page 96 WHAT DO YOU THINK? Critical Q: Expansion Activity Organize Informati Reading and Writing 3, page 102 MAIN IDEAS (10 mi 2. Check comprehension: What is a phrasal verb? A (5 minutes) 1. Direct students to read the pa Reading and Writing 3, page 108 B (10 minutes) 1 Q_RW_4756297_THB3_U05_054.pdf October 12, 201 Q_RW_4756297_THB3_U05_055.pdf October 13, 201 1 Teacher’s Handbook Jenni Currie Santamaria unit 9 Unit Question The Q Classroom CD3, Track 13 1. Pla 2. Have students read the introduction and match Learning Outcome Use the learning outcome to fram LISTEN FOR MAIN IDEAS (5 minutes) CD Vocabulary Skill: Verb-noun collocations (5 minut C (10 minutes) 1. Elicit an example sentence fr Tip for Success (1 minute) 1. Read the tip aloud Listening and Speaking 1, page 176 Organize Ideas Unit 9 Life Changes Unit Assignment Rubric Stu 2 Teacher’s Handbook Kristin D. Sherman unit 2 Unit Question Activity B Answers, p. 21 Answers will vary. Poss LISTEN FOR MAIN IDEAS (10 minutes) C B (5 minutes) CD1, Track 17 1. Go o Friedensreich Hundertwasser was born in Vienna, A Activity B Answers, p. 10 Answers will vary. Poss SPEAKING Listening and Speaking 2, page 32 Gramm 2. Have students compare answers with a partner. 2. Explain that you are going to use a rubric si Check and Reflect Check A (5 minutes) 1. Direct Unit 2 Color Unit Assignment Rubric Students’ 3 Teacher’s Handbook Susan Iannuzzi w unit 9 Unit Question Activity B Answers, p. 167 Possible answers: Mone Listening and Speaking 3, page 170 PREVIEW LISTEN What Do You Think? Answers, p. 171 Students’ answ Have higher-level students complete the act 3. Call on the new reporter to share the group’s 4. Check comprehension by asking questions: What can’t see the picture. The leaders have to explai Organize Ideas B (10 minutes) 1. Tell students Unit 9 Money Unit Assignment Rubric Student na UNIT 5 Art Today READING compa LEARNING OUTCOME Compare and contrast two artists Preview the Unit C Work with a partner. Read th ReADing Reading 1 two Styles of Songwriting Voc e. (v.) to agree that y CD 1 Track 15 Read the excerpt. Craft or Ins century French poet Charles Baudelaire where Main ideas Circle the answer that best completes what do you think? Discuss the questions in a gro Tip Critical Thinking In Activity A, you have to 4. Learning to play an instrument can take a long CD 1 Track 16 Read the excerpt. What Does It Ta his lifetime, he continued to paint; indeed, h physically hurt because of their devotion to t details Match each artist with the correct inform vocabularnyetwSorkainldlsto B. Read the sentences from Readings 1 and 2. Look WRiTing writing Skill writing a compare and c The B. Reread the essay on pages 121–122. Complete th Grammar Subordinators and transitions to comp A. Read each sentence. Underline the word or phra 4. Musicians often have rigorous training. On the Tip for success You may want to organize your ide reVise and edit A. PeeR ReVieW Read a partner’s track Your Success Circle the words you learned UNIT 6 The Science of Food LISTE LEARNING OUTCOME Participate in a debate on food Preview the Unit C Think about the food that yo LiSTening LISTENING 1 Food Additives Linked to g. (n.) public discussi listen for details CD 2 Track 26 Listen again. Listening Skill Understanding bias in a prese Excerpt 2 a. Drinking soda may cause heart diseas 3. I find it very that pe PreView listening 2 the“FlavrSavr”tomato You are 4. Many people like watermelon with no seeds. Th Tip for success Many words drop letters before a Speaking Grammar Comparative forms of adjecti A. Write the comparative forms of the adjectives Pronunciation Other common intonation pattern Tip for success When you listen to the radio, foc Noriko: Definitely. So, what did you get for lunc Tip Critical Thinking In the Consider the Ideas d B. Organize YOur iDeaS Put the reasons from you track Your Success Circle the words you learned Unit walkthrough Unit9fromLevel1Readin Unit walkthrough Unit 9 from Level 1 R Unit walkthrough Unit9fromLevel1Readin Unit walkthrough Unit 9 from Level 1 R Unit walkthrough Unit9fromLevel1Readin Reading & Writing Level 1 U9 CD2 TRACK 11 U9 CD2

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