ISBN: ; English Type: British English; Level: Level 2. The Macmillan English Practice Book contains practice exercises accompanying the. The Macmillan English Language Book gives pupils the opportunity to work and writing skills; Targeted activities for specific skill practice. Try out sample resources from Level 2. Try a sample. Fluency Book 2 Contains practice exercises for the Language Book activities. View PDF. Download.

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Downloadable reinforcement activities, which help to consolidate vocabulary and grammar structures. They may be done in school or at home. Macmillan English is the first International English coursebook to be informed by English lessons in native speaker classrooms. It is designed. Macmillan English 2 Language Book by Peter Ellis, Learning Material & Coursework · ELT Workbooks, Practice Books & Exercises.

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Encourage children to join in. Lesson aim Grammar and listening Lesson targets Children: Grammar 3 Ask What is Uncle Bob doing? Is Freddy drawing? Who is reading an email? What are Mobi and Polly doing? Ask a child to read the second. Continue with the other pictures.

Elicit answers to the question. Children repeat the activity in pairs. Preparation Listen to the cassette before the lesson Detailed teaching procedures See Introduction. Listening 2 Ask Is it sunny?

What is on the table? Where is the tree? What are Sara and Billy wearing? They can colour afterwards. The sun is shining. There is a big table in the garden. On the table there is a big cake. It is pink and white. She is holding some balloons. There is a blue one, a red one, a yellow one and a green one. Sara is behind the table. I am in front of the table. We are wearing purple party hats. After listening 1 Point out the actions illustrated next to the song.

If possible, let children stand up. Say each line and do the action.

Children follow you and repeat. Children read. Teach the song by rubbing off the last word of each line. Say the verses again. Children supply the missing word. Continue to rub off a word from each line. Children read the verses and supply any missing words.

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Continue this way until all the words have been rubbed off and children have learned all the words. Children sing the song and do the actions. Activity 4 1 Write up words. Listen to pairs. Lesson aim Phonic recognition Lesson targets Children: Activity 1 4 Ask What can Billy see? Where is it?

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What can he climb? What can Billy do with his feet? How does Billy go upstairs? Does he make a lot of noise?

What does he do upstairs? Make sure all the words in the text are understood. Follow the procedure for introducing the phonemes and sounding out each word which is given in detail in the Introduction. Check children understand the tasks.

If possible, hear them read the words in exercise 1 when they have written them and before they move onto the other exercises. Activity 3 Children look at the picture and read the words below.

Class repeats. Children write the word. Do the same with the other sentences.

Activity 4 1 Write the words on the board. Point in random order. Phonics activity What word is missing? Put up four word cards, e. Class reads the words. Take down the cards. Remove one. Put the others up in any order. Children remember which one is missing. Play again then change a card for bee. Play a few times then change a card for see. Before writing 1 Lesson 6 warm-up.

Children read the email. Practice Book To prepare children for both writing activities follow Writing steps 1, 2 and Your writing steps 1, 2 before they write. Writing p8. Your writing p9. Individuals and class reads the email. Note ideas on the board and write example sentences. Lesson aim Writing Lesson targets Children: Make statements, e. Children identify the person from the description. Before writing 3 Ask Who is the email from? Individuals read the sentences in the email.

Class reads the sentences. Ask children to look at the words in the first line. Ask them to suggest the first word in the greeting.

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Write it on the board. Ask for suggestions for the order of the other three words. Complete the greeting. Elicit the first word of the sentence then the order for the other three. If children find ordering in this activity hard, point out that the last word has the full stop after it. Write up the last word then ask children to look at the other words. Do the same with the other sentences writing up all the words until all the sentences are ordered.

Point out the words on pp Help them to remember other vocabulary that they can use. Write up example sentences, e. I am sorry you cannot come to my party. I have got lots of balloons and birthday cards. There is delicious food in the kitchen.

There are sandwiches. There is lemonade and there is a big cake. It has got eight candles. Rub off before they write. After writing When children have read their work they make neat copies. Children draw and colour small balloon shapes. Arrange them around a sheet of coloured paper to make a poster. Stick the neat copies of emails in the centre. Display in the classroom. Read the title. Ask questions. Shared listening 1 Play FC track 2. Point to the pictures. Point to the characters when they speak.

Children point in books FB pp Point on poster for children to check. Children name them. Children follow text. After listening Practise greetings and introductions. Words for understanding carefully, important, letter, live, work Lesson 1 time division: Dialogue practice See Introduction for detailed notes. Fluency Fluency This page has been downloaded from www. Ask questions about each one. Reading practice 1 Use some or all of these methods: Play LC A track 1.

Children follow text in LB. After reading Children match verbs and objects and say sentences. Reading practice See Introduction for detailed notes. Reading Reading This page has been downloaded from www. Ask about the pictures. Children number them. Children number the sentences.

Children write words from picture clues. Children read and complete sentences. Extension activity Play the Action mime game. Session 1 Preparation Session 2: Children circle the answers. Go around checking. Lesson 3 Session 2 Warm-up 1 Say the rhyme from p9. Warm up Extension 4 Ask what Billy is doing in each picture.

Practice Book Working with words Sentence building Sentence building 1 Ask a child to read the first sentence. Comprehension Comprehension and and sentence sentence building building This page has been downloaded from www.

An individual then class reads each question. Elicit oral answers.


Children work in their books. After listening 1 Go through the actions for the song. Home Contact us Help Free delivery worldwide. Free delivery worldwide.

Bestselling Series. Harry Potter. Popular Features. New Releases. Description Macmillan English is the first International English coursebook to be informed by English lessons in native speaker classrooms. It is designed for second language learners of English but uses many of the approaches to reading, writing and speaking that underpin the teaching of English to first language children. In the early levels, the course does not assume a first language child's experience of spoken English or culture.

Language structures are introduced and practised to give a firm grounding in grammar, but from the start, the exposure to new language is more extensive than in traditional second language courses. As children move up through the course, they experience more first language teaching methods. At the upper levels children cover the same aspects of English as do first language learners, though the needs of second language learners are always taken into account. Each level of the course is delivered through eighteen units.

Each unit has six lessons requiring a minimum of seven teaching sessions. She specialises in producing coursebook and audio materials for younger learners.

Printha Ellis taught English as a foreign language on four continents, including extended periods in southern Asia and northern Africa. Following an honours degree in English, she was granted master's degrees in English Literature from Leeds and, more recently, Applied Linguistics from Birmingham.Play LC A track 2.

There is a big table in the garden. Materials Poster 1, Fluency Book pp8—9, Fluency Cassette tracks 2—3, character flashcards 1—4 and 8—10, object flashcards 13— Children follow in books. Warm up Before writing Shared writing Shared writing Practice Book Ask children to look at the words in the first line.

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