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Teacher’s Book HOT s p o t Magdalena Kondro 2 Hot Spot | Teacher's Book with interleaved Student's Book + Test Audio-CD | Level 2 | ISBN 978-3-19-472979-7 | © Macmillan Macmillan Educauon Between Towns Road, Oxford OXµ _PP A division of Macmillan Publishers Limited Companies and representauves throughout the world ISBN §;8-o-z_o-¶__;6-§ Text © Macmillan Publishers Limited zoo§ Design and illustrauon © Macmillan Publishers Limited zoo§ All rights reserved; no part of this publicauon may
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   Teacher’s Book HOT     s  p  o    t Magdalena Kondro 2 Hot Spot | Teacher's Book with interleaved Student's Book + Test Audio-CD | Level 2 | ISBN 978-3-19-472979-7 | © Macmillan  Macmillan Educa t onBetween Towns Road, Oxford OX     PP A division of Macmillan Publishers LimitedCompanies and representa t ves throughout the worldISBN  -  -  -  -  Text © Macmillan Publishers Limited  Design and illustra t on © Macmillan Publishers Limited  All rights reserved; no part of this publica t on may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, transmi  ed in any form, or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording, or otherwise, without the prior wri  en permission of the publishers. Note to Teachers Photocopies can be made, for classroom use, of pages 102–129 without the prior wri  en permission of Macmillan Publishers Limited. However, please note that the copyright law, which does not normally permit mul t ple copying of published material, applies to the rest of this book.Text by Magdalena KondroTest CD by Barbara MackayOriginal design by D & J HunterPage make-up by D & J Hunter; Expo Holdings; Julian Li  lewoodIllustrated by Kathy Baxendale, Mark Davis, Karen Donnelly, Gillian Mar t n, Julian Mosedale, Julia PearsonCover design by Designers Collec t ve Author’s acknowledgements The author would like to thank Xanthe Sturt Taylor, Dulcie Booth, Madeleine Williamson, Mireille Yanow and Julian Li  lewood for their detailed comments, ideas and hard work. Special thanks to Marcin Bolek and Jolanta and Jaros ł aw Kondro for their great support. These materials may contain links for third party websites. We have no control over, and are not responsible for, the contents of such third party websites. Please use care when accessing them. Student’s Book acknowledgements Text © Colin GrangerOriginal design by Wild Apple DesignPage make-up by Wild Apple DesignIllustrated by Heather Allen; Juliet Breese; Moreno Chiacchiera; Anna Godwin; Janos Jantner; Gary Joynes; Richard Pashley; Chris Pavely; Frano Petrusa; Studio Pulsar; Mar t n Saunders; David TillThe authors and publishers would like to thank the following for permission to reproduce their photographic material: Alamy / AA World Travel Library p84 (canoes), Alamy/ Jaubert Bernard p12 (cr), Alamy/ blickwinkel p12 (tr), Alamy/ Tibor Bognar p60 (b), Alamy/ Jason Horowitz p36 (tl), Alamy/ i4images premium p10 (keyboard), Alamy/ Interfoto Pressebildagentur p53 (harp), Alamy/Je ff   Morgan Tourism & Leisure p84 (climbing), Alamy/ Jupiter Images p78 (e), Alamy/ Willy Matheisl p48 (t), Alamy/ Motoring Picture Library p65 (Ferrari), Alamy/ Andrew Paterson p40 (c), Alamy/ PhotoDreams p78 (g), Alamy/ Howard Taylor p24 (tr), Alamy/ Travelshots.com p60 (d), Alamy/ Julie Woodhouse p89 (br); Bananastock  pp9 (b, brown, black, grey, brown eye), 12 (ct), 17 (bl), Printed and bound in Thailand2013 2012 2011 2010 200910 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 30 (tr), 37 (baby), 40 (a), 72 (tr), 78 (h), 86; Brand X  pp17 (c), 34 (horse, cobra, ant, camel, bu ff  alo), 37 (gi f ), 40 (d), 60 (e); Bridgeman Art Library / Louvre Paris p54 (Mona Lisa), 61 (a); ComStock  pp9 (wavy), 37 (sofa), 40 (b, f, g); Corbis  pp28 (ball), 37 (clown, rose), 44 (tl), 52 (snowboard, hockey s t ck), 53 (football, table tennis, baseball, golf ball, tennis ball), 61 (c, d), Corbis/ Documentary Standard RM p10 (Shetlands, New Zealand), Corbis/ Edge Value RM p65 (limo), Corbis/ Ted Spiegel p77 (bl), Corbis/ Zefa Value p29 (cr); Digital Stock  pp16 (bl, tr), 65 (New York), 86 (b), Digital Stock/ Corbis p61 (b); Digital Vision  pp9 (green eye), 34 (cheetah, scorpion, bear); Ge t y / AFP p44 (br), Ge  y/ Chris Cole p72 (tr), Ge  y/ Graeme Cornwallis p84 (loch), Ge  y/ Michael Goldman p10 (purple), Ge  y/ Hulton Archive p54 (Pavlova), Ge  y/ Stephen Johnson p10 (ear), Ge  y/ Zigy Kaluzny p78 (c), Ge  y/ Rob Loud p41 (tr), Ge  y/ Juergen Stein p44 (tr), Ge  y/ Stephen Marks p12 (tl), Ge  y/ Time Life Pictures p55 (Picasso), Ge  y/ Yellow Dog Produc t ons p12 (cb); Image Source  pp9 (straight), 16 (tl), 40 (e), 53 (highjump); John Foxx Images  p34 (snail, fl y, owl, horse); Jupiterimages  pp 78 (a), 86, Jupiterimages/ Roger Charity pp12 (tl), 84 (po  ery), Jupiterimages/ Kay Chermush p44 (bl), Jupiterimages/ Carlos Domingues p51 (br), Jupiterimages/ Chris t na Fallara p36 (br), Jupiterimages/ Corrie McCluskey p77 (br); Macmillan Publishers LTD/  Paul Bricknell p65 (dinosaur), Macmillan Publishers LTD/ Dean Ryan/Rob Judges p52 (racquet), Macmillan Publishers LTD/ David Tolley pp28 (pen), 37 (chocolate), Mary Evans Picture Library / p54 (Curies); NASA / p16 (c); Natural History Museum, London  p60 (c); Nature Photo Library / Kim Taylor p34 (mosquito); Path fi nder  p85 (tr); PA Photos  p52 (tr); Photoalto  p10 (carrots, steak); Photodisc / pp9 (curly), 12 (bl, br), 25 (tl), 34 (tortoise, deer, dog, mouse, chimp, elephant), 42 (tr), 60 (tr); Powerstock  p34 (dolphin); Punchstock  / Brand X p39, Punchstock/ Image Source pp10 (park), 78 (d), 86 (t), Punchstock/ ThinkStock pp78(b), 86; Rex Features / Ac t on Press p77 (tr), Rex Features/ Peter Brooker p60 (a), Rex Features/ Evere   Collec t on p62 (br), Rex Features/ Aimo-Koivisto p37 (ride), Rex Features/ Sara Jaye p41 (br), Rex Features/ Nils Jorgensen p52 (fencing helmet), Rex Features/ Mar t n Lee p24 (br), Rex Features/ C. T. Tavin/Evere   p55 (Marx Bros), Rex Features/ Ian Waldie p65 (Beckham); Robert Harding / Amanda Hall p12 (t); Stockbyte  pp9 (red), 10 (clock, music), 28 (bag), 37 (glasses), 52 (riding hat), 91, 99; Superstock  pp10 (boat), 17 (tl, tr), 52 (br), Superstock/ Sebas t an Gollings p10 (exam), Superstock/ Prisma pp78 (f), 86. Commissioned photography by: Paul Bricknell  pp 7, 10(Ian, Nyree), 13, 15(t1, t2, t3), 20, 21, 24(c), 30(Nyree), 43, 48(b), 50, 63, 67, 79, 81. Dean Ryan  pp 23(1– 6), 27(1-6), 28(b,d,f,g,hi), 29(b), 52(5), 88(4)Whilst every e ff  ort has been made to locate the owners of copyright material in this book, there may have been some cases when the publishers have been unable to contact the owners. We should be grateful to hear from anyone who recognises copyright material and who is unacknowledged. We shall be pleased to make the necessary amendments in future edi t ons of the book. Hot Spot | Teacher's Book with interleaved Student's Book + Test Audio-CD | Level 2 | ISBN 978-3-19-472979-7 | © Macmillan  Introduction to Hot Spot .....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................  iv Student’s Book contents .......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................  2 Teacher’s notes ..........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................  T6 Hot Spot Teacher’s Book 2 Contents Resource section ..................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................  91 Activity Book answer key ..................................................................................................................................................................................................................................  130 Module 1 Lesson 1  Wayne’s World ...........................................................  T6 Lesson 2  Mary’s mate Polly ..................................................  T8 Lesson 3  The other side of the world ........................  T10 Lesson 4  My country .....................................................................  T12 Review ................................................................................  T14 Extra Special ................................................................  T16 Module 2 Lesson 5  Saturday morning chores .............................  T18 Lesson 6  Work and play ............................................................  T20 Lesson 7  Saving the world .....................................................  T22 Lesson 8  Helping at home .....................................................  T24 Review ................................................................................  T26 Extra Special ................................................................  T28 Module 3 Lesson 9  Friends .................................................................................  T30 Lesson 10  Wayne’s world: my family ............................  T32 Lesson 11  Which is faster? .......................................................  T34 Lesson 12  City or country? ........................................................  T36 Review ................................................................................  T38 Extra Special ................................................................  T40 Module 4 Lesson 13  We have to wear school uniform ........  T42 Lesson 14  Rules of sport ..............................................................  T44 Lesson 15  Wayne’s world: This is what we eat in a week ................  T46 Lesson 16  Rules, rules, rules ....................................................  T48 Review ................................................................................  T50 Extra Special ................................................................  T52 Module 5 Lesson 17  Famous people ..........................................................  T54 Lesson 18  Nineteen hundred .................................................  T56 Lesson 19  Every word is true .................................................  T58 Lesson 20  School trip .......................................................................  T60 Review ................................................................................  T62 Extra Special ................................................................  T64 Module 6 Lesson 21  Wayne’s world: A bad start to the day ......................................  T66 Lesson 22  A day out at the seaside ...............................  T68 Lesson 23  Gulliver in Lilliput ...................................................  T70 Lesson 24  My life ..................................................................................  T72 Review ................................................................................  T74 Extra Special ................................................................  T76 Module 7 Lesson 25  Holiday plans ..............................................................  T78 Lesson 26  Wayne’s world: Trip to New York City .........................................  T80 Lesson 27  Let’s go rafting ..........................................................  T82 Lesson 28  Loch Ness holiday ..................................................  T84 Review ................................................................................  T86 Extra Special ................................................................  T88 Grammar summary key    ..........................................................  T90 Hot Spot | Teacher's Book with interleaved Student's Book + Test Audio-CD | Level 2 | ISBN 978-3-19-472979-7 | © Macmillan  Introduction Who is Hot Spot   for? Hot Spot   is a four-level English course designed for ten to fourteen-year-olds . It addresses the needs of this age group and will take students from beginner to low-intermediate level. Hot Spot   is designed to bridge the gap  between the upper primary and lower secondary sectors . The course is designed with both the student and teacher in mind and gives continual tips and support to help teachers with today’s mixed-ability classes . What are the main aims of Hot Spot  ? To provide relevant,  stimulating , age-specific materials  that help sustain students’ motivation  and make the focus of the English lessons the students themselvesTo help students  remember the language  learnt in classTo  encourage students  to take an active part in their English class by providing opportunities  in every lesson for students to communicate about themselves and their own worldTo provide  culturally-rich content  about the world with a focus on the UK and other English-speaking countries What are the components of Hot Spot  ? Student’s Book with CD-ROM  Activity Book  Teacher’s Book interleaved with Student’s Book  pagesTest CD (at the back of the Teacher’s Book)  Photocopiable supplementary materials in the  Teacher’s BookClass Audio CDs  Teacher’s Resource Website  How is the Student’s Book organized? The teaching material is divided into seven theme-based modules.Each module is sub-divided into six lessons:Three core  Language input  lessonsA core  Integrated skills  lessonA  Review  lessonAn optional  Extra special  lesson which also includes a Mini-Project What are the key features of the Student’s Book? Traditional and transparent  grammar syllabus  with a gradual progression Personalisation  of the material to help students use new language to describe themselves, classmates, family and friendsA good balance of all  four skills in each lessonA variety of  pronunciation activities Check your English  activity at the end of each lesson Integrated skills  lesson with cross-cultural focus Recurrent characters  to help engage students Songs  and games in each module Writing  and Study tips in each module Real English  highlights common expressions in dialogues Remember!  reminds students what to watch out for in grammar practice How many teaching hours are there in the Student’s Book? Hot Spot   provides up to 90 hours of teaching per level . This includes supplementary materials and ideas in the Teacher’s Notes, the Activity Book, Photocopiable materials, the CD Rom and Grammar Reference section at the back of the Student’s Book, as well as the Teacher’s Resource website.For teachers with fewer teaching hours per week, Hot Spot   provides four core lessons per module (three language input lessons and an integrated skills lesson), making a total of 42 core hours in Student’s Book 2. Each Hot Spot   lesson provides materials for two 45 minute lessons. These lessons are divided into Part 1 and Part 2 in the Teacher’s Notes. How much revision is in Hot Spot  ? Each module of Hot Spot   has a Review lesson which comprehensively revises and consolidates all language introduced in the Student’s Book. There are ten pages of further practice material for each module in the Activity Book and the Teacher’s Notes also provide additional ideas for revision. How is Grammar covered? One of the aims of Hot Spot   is to make grammar more accessible for students. The organisation of the course makes it possible for grammatical areas to be broken up into small, manageable chunks enabling students to master one area before moving on to the next. Grammar is always fully contextualised in photos, pictures, dialogues and texts. Grammar spot  boxes which highlight specific grammar points appear throughout the modules on the lesson pages. Furthermore the back of the Student’s Book has a comprehensive illustrated Grammar Summary . How is Vocabulary taught? Hot Spot   places a strong emphasis on vocabulary . The course aims to make the acquisition of new language easier for students by providing illustrations of most new words within the teaching material. These illustrations can be used by the teacher in Picture search   ivT Hot Spot | Teacher's Book with interleaved Student's Book + Test Audio-CD | Level 2 | ISBN 978-3-19-472979-7 | © Macmillan
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