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Sterk Engels Leerjaar 4 VMBO-GTL Workbook

42 Skimming Now you are

42 Skimming Now you are going to skim the text. Read the headline and sub headlines and study the photo. What do you expect the text to be about? 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 Why do we celebrate Guy Fawkes Night? As the rhyme goes: “Remember, remember the fifth of November, gunpowder, treason and plot. I see no reason why gunpowder treason should ever be forgot.” But E why should we remember the gunpowder plot? Who was Guy Fawkes and why do we celebrate it every year by building bonfires, burning “Guys” and A setting off fireworks? What is Bonfire Night? Bonfire Night is the anniversary of the foiling of the Gunpowder Plot on 5 November 1605. C The plot was centred around a group of Roman Catholic revolutionaries. They were very angry because B of the persecution of those of their faith in England. The reason for their anger was that they could not openly be Catholic. So that B is why Catholic Robert Catesby and a group of his friends planned to take matters into their own hands and kill the King and his ministers by blowing up the Palace of Westminster during C the state opening of parliament. How D did they plan to do it? By renting a house near the palace, Guy “Guido” Fawkes, managed to smuggle 36 barrels of gunpowder under the palace ready to blow it sky high. The Plotters planned to blow up the palace of Westminster and everyone in it. Their plan seemed perfect, unfortunately E the scheme was rumbled when a an anonymous letter was sent to a Catholic member of Parliament warning him not to go to the House of Lords. Before C explosives expert Fawkes could light the fuse, he was caught by guards. After his capture he was tortured till he gave up his fellow plotters. Same Ething happened to all of them. They died, some resisting capture, others E were put to trial, convicted and executed. The plotters were first hung, next C drawn and finally quartered for high treason. Why do we celebrate Bonfire Night? We can Dconclude Bonfire Night is celebrated in the UK by the lighting of bonfires, the burning of “Guys” alongside A the setting off of fireworks. Fireworks are also set off throughout the land as they are powered by gunpowder, representing the explosives that were never used. Words to help: treason = verraad bonfire= vreugdevuur persecution = vervolging plot = samenzwering foiling = verijdelen/voorkomen celebrate = vieren 31 GOING OUT - HOLYDAYS - GTL

TIP As you can see there are gaps in the text, which makes it harder to understand the text. The missing words are all signal words. 43 Signal words We will discuss 2 more types of signal words (See task 5 for the other text structures). They go with the text structures compare & contrast and question & answer. Watch the video and take notes. 44 Fill the gap Read the text again and find the right signal word for each gap in the text. CATEGORY DESCRIPTION A Description A alongside, and B Cause & effect B So that is why, because of C Sequence C during, next, 1605, before D Question & Answer D We can conclude, How E Compare & Contrast E But, The same thing, others, unfortunately 1 5 9 13 2 6 10 14 3 7 11 4 5 12 32 GOING OUT - HOLYDAYS - GTL

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    22 The dog did it Your neighbour’

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    24 A. Prepare for presentation For

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    Guessing-grid. NAME COUNTRY COUNTRY

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    25 Welcome to Australia Australia i

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    12. The video ends stating a few fa

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    30 Fill in the grid WHAT 1 Kijk of

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    Australia: History, myths and legen

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    34 A. Let’s practise Try finding

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    36 Past simple vs. present perfect

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    41 Let’s practise Fill in the ver

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    44 A. Prepare for presentation For

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    ENGLISH WORLDWIDE - INDIA India is

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    7. Which statement best represents

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    Mahatma Gandhi There isn’t a sing

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    Now continue with some other questi

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    55 Difference between ‘will’ an

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    58 Write a biography In this chapte

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    3. background information hobbies c

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    62 Prepare presentation For this ch

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    Rubric WHAT 4 3 2 1 0 Presentation

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    66 Colonial USA Nowadays the USA is

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    3. The people who are now called

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    Step 3 KEYWORDS Use the keywords (i

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    74 Find those words Before reading,

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    76 Demonstrative pronouns Do you kn

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    I’d like to go to country. people

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    Step 5 YOUR ARGUMENTS Give at least

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    The is in agreement with the issue.

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    Prepare your own part of the debate

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    AUSTRALIA Ayers Rock is a very popu

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    UNITED STATES Originally there were

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    UNITED KINGDOM - IRREGULAR VERBS IN

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    HEALTH & CARE - HEALTHY LIFE Do you

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    6. Which healthy alternatives do yo

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    6 Trace those steps Watch the video

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    8 A bit more challenging Now, let

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    10 D-test Fill the gaps with the co

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    14 Personal pronouns - object Helen

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    19 Writing an advisory column You h

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    Step 2 INTRODUCE YOUR ADVICE Get in

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    23 Giving advice Now let’s talk a

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    HEALTH & CARE - ILLNESS AND DISEASE

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    7. Wat is Echinacea volgens de vide

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    TIP Do you know what text goals are

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    What do you already know about this

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    7. the game / take / I / my nephew

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    3. Which is correct? Robert’s goi

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    42 Rules Watch the video again if n

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    46 Get well card If you are ill, it

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    49 Write a get well postcard Jonath

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    51 A. Roleplay Work in groups of fo

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    HEALTH & CARE - HEALTH CARE It seem

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    E. Wat houdt ‘Obama Care’ in? F

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    TIP Make sure you practise at least

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    Where can you find the answer? Para

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    59 On your own Answer the next thre

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    Make the imperatives negative by us

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    67 Emergency Room Have you ever bee

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    69 A. At the ER You have filled out

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    70 Birdbath You are going to listen

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    73 Mindmapping Check out the vocabu

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    C. Recap Before - While - After In

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    Accidents happen. Be prepared for t

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    78 Telling date and time Are you ab

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    HOW DID YOU DO IN THE D-TEST? If yo

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    83 Telling time Listen to the recor

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    B. Answer the questions Van wie is

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    Fill in the grid below. NAME ANSWER

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    ILLNESS & DISEASE I don’t mind be

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    ACHES & ACCIDENTS Most people suffe

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    ACHES & ACCIDENTS - TIME & DATES o

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    EXAM PREPARATION - INTRO & D-TEST W

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    Find 5 text types in the previous c

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    8 Rules for all exams If you try to

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    6) Robin Hargreaves of the British

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    Children and cheap don’t add up a

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    14. “If Manganese Bronze does van

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    YOUR POINTS TASK QUESTION TYPE MAXI

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    16 A. Make a SMART plan What do you

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    19 Strategy before reading Let’s

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    21 After reading After this assignm

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    B. Fill in the grid Watch the video

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    B. Now go back to the text. Look fo

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    The flying public deserves the high

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    34 Question attack Watch the video

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    37 Watching & listening question at

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    B Read the text and answer the ques

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    42 Text goals Read the text and ans

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    49 Fill in the gaps Watch the video

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    52 Shoes Read the text and guess/pr

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    TIP Sometimes the word you are look

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    58 Let’s read Now you are ready f

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    62 Bugs Again, let’s practise rea

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    These are the steps to answer them

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    B. Read the text and answer the que

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    Welke titel heeft er boven dit arti

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    TIP The strategy question attack al

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    81 Signal words Read the text below

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    according to the DVLA 1) , has only

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    A. What can be concluded about Tara

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    B. Which of the following is true a

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    Aan welke van de onderstaande voorw

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