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iv Level 2 Scope and sequence Working together (pages vi–vii) Getting started (pages 2–3) Units / Lessons Speaking Listening Vocabulary Unit 1 (pages 4–7) Getting to know you 1A What are you like? 1B Breaking the ice Talking about favorite places and colors; describing personalities; discussing and using icebreakers A conversation about color and personality; conversations of people meeting for the first time Adjectives to describe places; colors; expressions to keep a con
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  iv Level 2 Scope and sequence Working together (pages vi–vii)  Getting started (pages 2–3) Units / Lessons Speaking Listening Vocabulary Unit 1 (pages 4–7) Getting to know you 1A   What are you like?  1B   Breaking the ice Talking about favorite places and colors; describing personalities; discussing and using icebreakersA conversation about color and personality; conversations of people meeting for the first timeAdjectives to describe places; colors; expressions to keep a conversation going Unit 2 (pages 8–11) Making a good impression 2A   Meeting new people 2B   On the phone Talking about first impressions; role-playing meeting new people and phone conversations; giving and taking messagesAn article about first impressions; answering-machine messagesWays to greet people; phone behavior; expressions for using the phone Unit 3 (pages 12–15) Food and cooking 3A   That sounds delicious! 3B   Going out to eat  Discussing foods and cooking techniques; talking about restaurant meals; role-playing restaurant conversations Recipe instructions; conversations in a restaurantTypes of food; cooking techniques; food measurements; international foods; foods on a menu Unit 4 (pages 16–19) Weather 4A   What’s the weather like?  4B   Extreme weather  Talking about weather and seasons; describing extreme weather experiences; giving advice about extreme weatherA weather forecast; advice on what to do in a thunderstormTypes of weather; adjectives to describe moods; times of day; extreme weather Units 1–4 Expansion (pages 20–21) Unit 5 (pages 22–25) Working for a living 5A    In the workplace 5B   Unusual jobs Talking about job likes and dislikes; describing  job experiences; discussing unusual jobs; talking about what’s important in a jobConversations on the first day of work; interviews with people with unusual  jobsJobs; workplaces; job features Unit 6 (pages 26–29) Leisure time 6A   Hobbies and interests 6B    If I had more time, . . . Describing hobbies and interests; discussing chores; talking about typical activities; making weekend plansInterviews about leisure activities; a conversation about how people spend their timeAdjectives to describe hobbies; leisure activities; everyday activities and chores Unit 7 (pages 30–33)  Sports and games 7A   Playing and watching sports 7B   How about a game?  Talking about participation in sports; conducting interviews about sports; discussing and playing gamesInterviews about sports people play and watch; instructions on how to play gamesSports and games; game categories Unit 8 (pages 34–37) Transportation and travel 8A   Getting around town 8B   Going places Discussing traffic and transportation problems; talking about different ways to travel; planning a tripInterviews about traffic and transportation problems and solutions; descriptions of memorable tripsWays to travel; traffic and transportation problems; traffic signs Units 5–8 Expansion (pages 38–39)  v Units / Lessons Speaking Listening Vocabulary Unit 9 (pages 40–43) Vacation time 9A    A great vacation 9B   World travel Talking about past vacations; describing perfect vacations; discussing tourist attractionsDescriptions of vacations; a conversation about overseas vacationsVacation activities; geographical features Unit 10 (pages 44–47)  Inventions and gadgets 10A    I want one of those! 10B   Great ideas?  Describing gadgets and their uses; discussing product features; explaining a new inventionConversations of people shopping for electronic products; a TV show about new productsGadgets and everyday items; uses for gadgets; features and functions of electronic products Unit 11 (pages 48–51) The environment  11A    Animals and nature 11B   Protecting our environment  Talking about animals and plants; discussing environmental problems and solutions A tour of a zoo; a tour of a nature preserveAnimals and animal species; environmental problems; ways to help the environment Unit 12 (pages 52–55) News and current events   12A   Good news! 12B   Did you hear about . . . ?  Talking about news stories and sources; telling a story; discussing a current-events surveyTV news reports; a conversation about funny news storiesNews sources; newspaper sections Units 9–12 Expansion (pages 56–57) Unit 13 (pages 58–61) City life 13A   The best place to live 13B   Better safe than sorry! Comparing city and country life; talking about safety habits and tips; telling stories about dumb or unlucky criminals Conversations about cities people used to live in; news stories of unlucky and dumb criminalsCity and country features; types of crimes; ways to stay safe  Unit 14 (pages 62–65) Entertainment and art    14A   What do you enjoy?  14B   But is it art?  Discussing favorite activities; talking about music and movies; discussing art and artistsStyles of music; descriptions of DVDs; an art museum tour Types of music; types of art; words associated with art Unit 15 (pages 66–69) The past 15A   Remembering  15B   Historical places Describing how someone has changed; talking about childhood memories; discussing historical places and eventsA conversation about memories; tours of popular tourist sitesPast actions and events; countries; tourist attractions; periods of time in the past Unit 16 (pages 70–73) Comedy and humor 16A   What’s so funny?  16B   That’s hilarious! Discussing funny pictures and stories; talking about comics and cartoons; telling jokes Funny stories; true funny storiesWords to describe humor; types of humor Units 13–16 Expansion (pages 74–75) Communication tasks   (pages 76–92)  Answers   (page 93)  Self-study grammar, listening, vocabulary, and answer key    (pages 94–129)

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