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Longman English Interactive 3 Activity and Resource Book

Acknowledgments We wish to extend our sincere appreciation to Victoria Badalamenti, Elizabeth Ianotti, Jennifer Benichou, and the students of the English Language Center at LaGuardia Community College for inspiring the concept of this Activity and Resource Book. Additionally, we wish to thank the following users, reviewers, and piloters of Longman English Interactive for contributing ideas toward the development of the Activity and Resource Book:

Elizabeth Ianotti, Jennifer Benichou, LaGuardia Community College Banu Yaylali, Kathy Biache, Miami-Dade Community College Alfredo Rodriguez, KPMG Mexico Julie Fanara, Howard Community College

The author wishes to thank Kathleen Field, Nancy Blodgett, Lynn Contrucci, Hugo Loyola, Irene Frankel, and Sherry Preiss for their guidance and support during the development of this activity book. The author also wishes to thank the entire Pearson multimedia team for their ongoing development of Longman English Interactive.

Copyright © 2008 by Pearson Education, Inc. All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording, or otherwise, without the prior permission of the publisher.

Pearson Education, 10 Bank Street, White Plains, NY 10606

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Contents Scope and Sequence iv To the Teacher viii To the Student Progress Checks x
Contents
Scope and Sequence
iv
To
the Teacher
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To the Student
Progress Checks
x
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A.1
A.2
Another Busy Day
Breaking News
1
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A.3
A
Job for Talia
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A.4
A
Matter
of Trust
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B.1
33
B.2
Nick’s Explanation
Bad News
42
B.3
An Endorsement Deal
50
B.4
No
One by That
Name
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C.1
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C.2
No Help for Nick
In the News
The Truth Revealed
Dean’s Challenge
77
C.3
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C.4
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Appendix 1: Audioscript
Appendix 2: Vocabulary Terms
103
111
Appendix 3: Language Functions 116
Answer Key
123
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273903_ i-xxiv_v1 12/21/07 4:15 PM Page iv Scope and Sequence Module Video Listening Vocabulary Speaking

Scope and Sequence

Module

Video Listening

Vocabulary

Speaking

Grammar

A.1

Predict relationships. Listen for facts and main ideas about people’s lives.

Words related to how you feel

Make social plans. Accept and decline invitations.

• Contrast: simple present and present continuous

• Expressions for suggesting

Another Busy

Day

 
   

• Infinitives with too and enough

A.2

Predict people’s actions. Listen for information about events and main ideas about people’s intentions.

Words related to the concept authentic

Tell someone news or gossip. Respond to news or gossip.

• Present perfect for indefinite past

• Modals of advice

Breaking News

   

• Future with will and be going to

A.3

Predict people’s

Pairs of nouns and adjectives

Propose an idea. Convince someone to let you do something.

• Contrast: present perfect and simple past

A

Job for Talia

actions. Listen for information and the speaker’s intended meaning in conversations.

 

• Modals of ability

 

• Possessive pronouns

 

A.4

Predict conversation

Idioms with take

Confirm that you know someone. Respond to someone who recognizes you.

• Tag questions

A

Matter of

topics. Listen to

• Adjectives and adverbs

Trust

understand people’s relationships and feelings.

• Articles: a, an, the

B.1

Predict people’s

Idioms with get

Give orders and make requests. Respond to orders and requests.

• Non-action verbs

Nick’s

intentions. Listen to

• Modals of request

Explanation

understand people’s reasons and beliefs.

So and such

B.2

Predict how people will solve problems. Listen to understand reports of events and people’s judgments.

Expressions with feel

Make statements about possibility. Ask about possibility.

• Gerunds as subjects and objects

Bad News

• Modals of possibility

 

• Reflexive pronouns

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Task Listening

Pronunciation

Reading

On the Web

Writing

Listen to an excerpt from a journalism class lecture and complete notes.

• Stress in words

An article about

Research how 2 companies are keeping their employees happy.

Write a descriptive paragraph about how one company is attracting employees.

• Rhythm in sentences

workaholism

Listen to a short

• Reduced vowel sounds

An article about interesting soccer

Research popular

Write a descriptive

sports.

biography on TV and order events.

• Rising intonation for some questions

facts

paragraph about a sport.

Listen to voicemail messages and take notes.

• Falling intonation for statements and wh- questions

An interview with a singer about how she got her big break

Research some

Write a short biography of a celebrity.

popular celebrities.

 

• Stressed and unstressed do

   

Listen to an announcement for a

• Focus words

An article about class

Research 3 companies that help people plan reunions.

Write a descriptive paragraph about the

• Intonation for tag questions

reunions

TV series and fill in

 

a

TV schedule.

   

services a company offers.

Listen to advice on

• Stressed and

An article about sports injuries with tips on safety

Research sports and their most common injuries.

Write an expository paragraph about common sports injuries.

a

health website and

unstressed words:

put the instructions

can and can’t

in order.

• The vowel sounds in play and let

   

Listen to callers on a radio talk show and match their opinions to their pictures.

• Loss of the h sound in pronouns

An interview with a news reporter on

Research news

Write a summary of facts.

websites.

• The vowel sounds in stop and just

how to write a good news story

 

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273903_ i-xxiv_v1 12/21/07 4:15 PM Page vi Module Video Listening Vocabulary Speaking Grammar B.3

Module

Video Listening

Vocabulary

Speaking

Grammar

B.3

Predict people’s reactions. Listen for background details and for ideas about people’s reasons.

Pairs of verbs and nouns

Respond to news. Ask follow-up questions.

• Past continuous

An Endorsement Deal

• Modals of

 

preference

   

• Comparative

adjectives

B.4

Predict events. Listen for specific events in a story. Understand humor.

Words related to yell

Express certainty and uncertainty. Confirm facts.

Used to

No One By That Name

• Embedded wh-

questions

   

• Indefinite

 

pronouns

C.1

Predict what someone knows. Listen to understand descriptions and people’s ways of solving problems.

Idioms related to the expression cheer up

Ask and give permission. Offer help. Accept and decline help.

• Past continuous with when

• Modals of permission

No Help for Nick

 
 

• Comparisons: as + adjective + as

C.2

Predict the contents of a news report. Listen for details of a problem and for people’s hidden meaning.

Inseparable phrasal

Ask for and give opinions.

• Inseparable phrasal verbs

In the News

verbs

 

• Gerunds and infinitives

• Future time clauses

C.3

Predict events. Listen for advice and for people’s intentions.

Idioms with out of

Express necessity. Ask questions about necessity.

• Infinitives of purpose

The Truth

Revealed

• Modals of necessity

   

• Participial adjectives

C.4

Predict people’s reactions. Listen to understand relationships and people’s reactions.

Separable phrasal

Ask for and give clarification.

• Present perfect continuous with for and since

• Separable phrasal verbs

Dean’s

verbs

Challenge

 
 

• Superlative adjectives

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Task Listening

Pronunciation

Reading

On the Web

Writing

Listen to TV ads and put the last line of the jingles in order.

• The er sound in soccer

An article about endorsement deals

Research celebrities and the products they endorse.

Write an expository paragraph about a celebrity and the products he / she endorses.

• The voiceless th sound in think

Listen to people’s conversations with a receptionist and find the offices they are asking about.

• Unstressed words:

An article about anger management

Research websites that teach how to manage anger.

Write about your opinion.

of, at, for, to

• Reduced phrases:

   

used to

 

Listen to a fashion show and put the models on the catwalk.

• Unstressed words:

An article about how to avoid identity

Research websites of organizations that help victims of identity theft.

Write an expository paragraph about what a victim of identity theft should do.

as

• Linking words

theft

together:

 

consonant to

 

vowel

 

Listen to a TV chef and put the

• Stress in phrasal verbs

An article about naming traditions

Research naming customs and

Write a comparison / contrast paragraph

• Reduced phrases:

ingredients on recipe cards.

going to

traditions around the world.

about naming customs.

 

• Reduced phrases:

An article about how to negotiate cross- culturally

   

Listen to news about a soccer player’s new

contract and fill in the contract details.

have to, want to, got to

• Pronunciation of -ed endings

Research websites about customs and

traditions around the world.

Write a comparison / contrast paragraph

about cultural traditions.

Listen to a coach’s speech about motivating players and put the slides in order.

• Consonant clusters

An article about how

Research websites about body language.

Write an expository paragraph about the meaning of gestures and expressions in different cultures.

• Intonation showing

body language shows whether someone is being honest

surprise

 

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To the Teacher

About Longman English Interactive

Longman English Interactive is a comprehensive multimedia course that lets students work at their own pace on a range of language activities. Longman English Interactive 3 is available in two versions: an online version that can be accessed anytime, anywhere, and a CD-ROM version that can be used in a language lab or on a personal computer.

In each unit, students work with contemporary and engaging video, audio, animations, and extensive practice activities that provide up to 4 hours of self-paced instruction and practice in grammar, speaking, listening, vocabulary, pronunciation, and reading. Additionally, the online version of Longman English Interactive includes a writing component that allows instructors to grade and critique student essays online.

About the Longman English Interactive Activity and Resource Book

This Activity and Resource Book is designed to serve as a personal or classroom resource for learners and a management tool for teachers and course coordinators who are using the Longman English Interactive multimedia software.

• Simple screenshots help students quickly learn how to use the software.

• Progress Checks for each unit enable students to keep a record of completed activities and scores on the review quizzes in the course.

• Additional listening tasks let students review the course audio segments. Each Activity and Resource Book includes an audio CD.

• Expanded grammar exercises for each grammar point allow students to consolidate learning.

• Vocabulary reviews offer students new ways of remembering key words and phrases from each unit.

• Language Functions exercises give students additional controlled practice with the functional language expressions from the unit.

• Application Activities provide multiple ways for students to apply what they have learned in realistic ways.

This Activity and Resource Book can be used as a self-access learning guide or as a classroom text for students who are using Longman English Interactive. Best used after completing each unit of the Longman English Interactive course, students can use the Activity and Resource Book at home, in the computer lab, or in the classroom. Students can complete each exercise (Listening, Grammar, Vocabulary, and Language Functions) on their own or with a study partner or group and consult the Grammar Explanations at the end of each unit of the Activity and Resource Book as needed. They can also refer to the Audioscript, a glossary of vocabulary terms, and the functional language charts, and they can check their own answers with the Answer Key at the back of the Activity and Resource Book.

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Classroom follow-up will help students consolidate their learning and allow for additional personal attention. As time permits, teachers can also guide the students with the selection of one or more Application Activities that wrap up each unit. Teachers or course coordinators should be sure to monitor students’ Progress Checks, to confirm that students are completing each section of the course and are showing ample progress on the review quizzes at the end of each unit.

For additional classroom communication activities, the Longman English Interactive Communication Companion is available as both 12 printable units online and in the CD-ROM course or as a full 48-page, four-color book. The Longman English Interactive 3 Teacher’s Guide, available for download on the Longman website (www.pearsonlongman.com/multimedia), provides further suggestions for classroom activities as well as the Web Research and writing assignments for each unit.

The following chart gives an overview of how the sections of the Longman English Interactive Activity and Resource Book correspond to the online and CD-ROM courses.

Course section

Activity and Resource Book corresponding section

Video Listening 1

Listening Exercise A (with Audio CD):

a

new activity with the same extract

Video Listening 2

Listening Exercise B (with Audio CD):

a

new activity with the same extract

Vocabulary

Vocabulary: review of vocabulary items in

a

new context

Speaking

Language Functions: review of the functional language expressions in a new context

Grammar 1

Grammar 1: a review of the grammar point in a new context

Grammar 2

Grammar 2: a review of the grammar point in a new context

Grammar 3

Grammar 3: a review of the grammar point in a new context

Task Listening

Listening Exercise C (with Audio CD):

a

new activity with the same extract

Pronunciation

 

Reading

 

Writing (online version only)

 

Review Quiz

Application Activities

Unit Summary

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To the Student

Welcome to Longman English Interactive 3. This Activity and Resource Book will help you with the course.

After you complete each unit of the course, review the unit by doing the exercises in this Activity and Resource Book.

Here is a study guide for using the course.

Online Version:

Start at the Home Page.

• Click on How Do I Use Longman English Interactive for information about using the online course.

• Click on Orientation to learn more about the quizzes and practices.

• Click on Study Plan to start using the course.

• Click on Study Plan to start using the course. CD-ROM Version: Start at the Course

CD-ROM Version:

Start at the Course Home.

• Click on the Orientation button to download a PDF file with detailed information about using the CD-ROM course.

• Click on the Course Overview button to start the course.

with detailed information about using the CD-ROM course. • Click on the Course Overview button to

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Choose a unit.

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Choose a skill to practice.

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As you go through each unit in the course, try these study tips:

Video Listening
Video Listening
unit in the course, try these study tips: Video Listening • Watch each video 3 times.

• Watch each video 3 times.

• Use the “pause” button, if necessary.

• Pay attention to the characters’ body movements and facial expressions.

• Try the exercises. Check your answers. Click on recording again.

• Check the transcript after you finish.

to hear part of the

on recording again. • Check the transcript after you finish. to hear part of the xii

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• Click on the Culture Notes button to learn more about how to interpret the characters’ gestures, expressions, and intonations.

more about how to interpret the characters’ gestures, expressions, and intonations. Level 3 • To the

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Speaking •
Speaking

Study the Language Functions charts. Click on expressions.

to listen to the

Functions charts. Click on expressions. to listen to the • Do the practice exercises. • Click

• Do the practice exercises.

• Click to the Role Play Introduction page and listen to the sample conversation. Then click to the Role Play page.

• Click on

conversation. Then click to the Role Play page. • Click on to listen to the character

to listen to the character from the video. Read the directions

for hints on how to respond. Listen to the model if you need more help.

• Record your voice. Speak loudly and clearly.

more help. • Record your voice. Speak loudly and clearly. • Play back your voice. Record

• Play back your voice. Record again if you want.

• Click

• Try again. This time, use different functional language expressions from the unit.

use different functional language expressions from the unit. to listen to the entire conversation. xiv LEI

to listen to the entire conversation.

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Grammar
Grammar

• Listen to the grammar presentations.

• Watch as the words grow, move, and change color. Think about the grammar.

• Use the Grammar Chart and Grammar Help buttons to find out more about the grammar topics.

• Try the exercises. Check your answers. Click on

grammar topics. • Try the exercises. Check your answers. Click on for an explanation. Level 3

for an explanation.

grammar topics. • Try the exercises. Check your answers. Click on for an explanation. Level 3

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Task Listening • Click on to listen to the recording.
Task Listening
• Click on
to listen to the recording.

• Use the “pause” button, if necessary.

• Follow the directions to complete the exercise as you listen. You will type in text, click on objects, or drag text from an answer pool on the screen.

• Check the transcript after you finish.

on the screen. • Check the transcript after you finish. Pronunciation • Listen to both pronunciation
Pronunciation
Pronunciation

• Listen to both pronunciation sections and do the practice exercises.

• Record your voice. Compare with the model.

and do the practice exercises. • Record your voice. Compare with the model. xvi LEI Activity

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Review Quiz
Review Quiz

• Take the review quiz for each unit.

• Check your score. Review the necessary skills if you have any difficulties.

• In the online version, track your progress in the easy-to-use Gradebook.

version, track your progress in the easy-to-use Gradebook . • In the CD-ROM version, track your

• In the CD-ROM version, track your progress in the Progress Report.

Gradebook . • In the CD-ROM version, track your progress in the Progress Report . Level

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When you use this Activity and Resource Book, spend between 50 and 110 minutes on each unit.

Progress Checks

Record your progress for each unit of the course. Make a check () for each activity that you completed. Write your scores for the Review Quiz. (5 minutes)

Listening

Use the Audio CD and do the exercises. (20 minutes)

Vocabulary

Do the Vocabulary exercises. Check the Glossary if necessary. (10 minutes)

Grammar

Review the Grammar Explanations. (10 minutes)

Do the Grammar exercises. (20 minutes)

Language Functions

Review the Language Functions charts.

Do the Language Functions exercises.

Answer Key

Check your answers on pages 123–131. (5 minutes)

Application Activities

Choose two or three activities. Start the activities. (20 minutes— You will need more time for some activities.)

When possible, study with your classmates and your teacher. You can learn a lot of English with Longman English Interactive! Have fun using the course.

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Name

Date

PROGRESS CHECKS
PROGRESS CHECKS

A.1 Another Busy Day

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Video Listening

Pronunciation

 

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Stress in Words

 

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2.

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Reading

2.

Pre-listening

Pre-reading Preview vocabulary Get a Life! Comprehension Check

 

2.

Listening for Information

2.

Listening for Ideas

Vocabulary

How Do You Feel? Practice

Writing (online version only) Review Quiz

 

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A.2 Breaking News

 

As you complete each section of the course, make a check (). Write your scores for the Review Quiz.

 

Video Listening

Pronunciation

 

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Rising Intonation for Some Questions

 

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Reading

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Pre-reading Preview vocabulary Fascinating Soccer Facts Comprehension Check

 

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Listening for Information

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Vocabulary

Is It Authentic? Practice

Writing (online version only) Review Quiz

 

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This TV Minute: Lance Armstrong

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PROGRESS CHECKS
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A.3 A Job for Talia

As you complete each section of the course, make a check (). Write your scores for the Review Quiz.

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Nouns and Adjectives Practice

Writing (online version only) Review Quiz

 

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