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Wb Ze o be A FOUNDATION COURSE IN ENGLISH Teacher’s Resource Book MARY BOWEN PRINTHA ELLIS CONTENTS Tests Test | (units 1-5) 1 Test 2 (Units 6-10) 4 Test 3 (Units 11 = 15) 7 Test 4 (Units 1620) 10 Test (Unis 1-20) 3 Teaching aids and making kits Unit | Lesson 2 Occupations cards . 17-23 Lesson2 Cover label for Writing notebooks 2 lesson é Grammar gang lor. 25 GGrommar ang 26-28 Grammar ang instructions. soon 29 Unt2 Lessons Places ington... RRR 9 Unit Lesson 4 Buildings in a town; map... sacnenssans ws 32, 33, Unit Lesson 2 Puppet. e 34 Unité Lesson Plocesinahotel 35 Units Lessons Weather symbols. i 26 Unt’? esson2 Smile Club Members card + bodge. 37 Unit8 Lesson/ Class clock : Unit Lessong Cutout girl + uniform. Cut-out boy + uniform. ‘School and personal items. Unit 10 Lesson3 Shopping basket. Unit 11 Lesson3 —_Cut-outanimals... Animal fact cards... Unit 13 Lesson 2 Cut-outs of airport people... Unit 14 Lesson) Travel cOrdS..n- Unit 14 Lessons Locations Unit 16 Lesson3 Food questionnaire. Unit 19 Lesson 4 Seaside items. Paper crafts: Reading for pleasure pages Unit 1 A Get Well cord Unit 5 Jack's Beanstalk Unit 10 A broille alphabet, . Unit 15 Newspaper report: Thioves at Gold House... 59, 60 Unit 19 ‘An origami flying duck . 61 Name $T (Units 1-5) Cea eeeccescececeeeeeeeeees Total marks 2 1 Write the words. { @ | This person writes for a newspaper. Mm i gb) 2 This person works in a library. 4 WA 3 This person looks after your teeth. | 4 This person works in a hospital. | | 5 This person works in an office. 3 | ce | - a 2) Marks |_| 2 What's he going to do? Use the words in shapes. SS | He's going fo See a | Cea gointo) 2 * Marks Way Ahead Teacher's Resource Book 4 2 3> Write the questions and the answers. Who was in the factory yesterday? __ The painters were in the factory yesterday. — TSU cs la a 2: The 3 4 5 6 7 oo Ra ©: : Marks | 4 Write the words in the correct order. | like you orange an Would? 2 of Yes, course 3 get cola I you Can a? 4 London to Can have Ia ticket? 5 I'd banana Yes, like a Marks [| 5 Write the correct word in the blanks. 1( Please give a ticket,) a story.) ov ) ma 7 8 Cas Can an you write alter?) write a letter?, 2 (Please read SA Marks Way Ahead Teacher's Resource Book 4 6 Write sentences with must and mustn't. Use the words in the box. be quiet take feed drink cross Marks, 7 What did Mike do? Read his diary and write sentences. Use the words in shapes. 1 On Monda Monday friend's house Ge) es eee Tuesdc Tuesday —_| home (tay) ® On Tuesday | | Wednesday | Aunt Jane Cisit) 27On Wednesday Thursday | new school Start) 4 On Thursday Friday swimming pool im) 5 On Friday 3 (swim A Marks |_| 8 Complete the sentences. Use the words in the box. along right next opposite the end of | The restaurant is ______________ to the cinema. 2 The Post Office is ____ the library. 3 Turn _______.____at Green Street. 4 The house is at ___________ the road. 5 Go ____ the road. Marks |_| Woy Ahead Teacher's Resource Book 4 Name an py } (Units 6 — 10) Closs . eoee Total marks 1 Write sentences. Use much and mang. Yesterday John went to the beach. ie AP v There were many umbrellas. =O x There was not much sun. Ag | There —________tmtmt_t__ boats. x 4 2There wind. 453 thee seagulls: v x aS Aaa (GS TST | eee eeeneninee tier on Nee totes eae DEODICY a COU pe eel, ] 2. Write the words in the correct order. Marks [| works He shop ina He works in a shop. What's the Jack matter? have cola Let's a What like be the will weather? very sorry I'm 5 worry Don't It like looks a ball born was in London I go Shall now we? do that should not You 10 clean You should teeth your CANARAN— Marks _ 3° What do you have to do? Use the words in the box. cr _ clean walk brush shang up Pubs a dos, You have to do your homework, 1 QweaolT 2 ee 3 A 4 RRK : Marks [_ 4 Way Ahead Teacher's Resource Book 4 4 What are they saying? Use the words in the box. _ sound taste look smell | good pretty pe ee e& *“——) r= 5 | = Marks [_ What are they saying? Write sentences. Use the words in the box. ‘open homework walk tidy banana close ~ wash’ dréss | arsarieat> Q AG) Gro) v 2 (Weeserront > Ry hy 2 (massa) G < Bt Weta wt Caza) « Waisaiwery @ FE 5 amma, gG) the corridor. ; . >. 6 It's very hot in El 5) this room. gs & 7 Wrnes ow arg BG) PAs a 8 & Gereominteneny NR 1 \ - an > Cwsmnomy GE}? Marks Way Ahead ‘Teacher's Resource Book 4 6 Write about the weather. Last Monday Next week Last June Last month Tomorrow al Marks It is sunny. I am on a beach. There are flowers nearby. I feel happy. My friends are playing football. My sister hears a seagull. Write Jim's diary. Marks [1 6 — Woy Ahead Teacher's Resource Book 4 Name TE 3 (Units 11-15) Gloss ae . eceeceeceseeeee Total marks. 11 Write the questions for these answers. Citak The elephant weighs 200 tonnes. haan eiinn f aenk tei a The crocodile is 5 metres long. 2 : LARK, The mountain is 4,000 metres high. 3 L_ The python weighs 130 kilos. 4 The plane ticket is £100. 5 The ostrich is 2 metres tall. Marks [| 2 Write these numbers in full. 1 150,000 2 = 76,000 3 10,000 4 942 5 42,500 Marks [_] ‘Way Ahead Teacher's Resource Book 4 7 3 Answer the questions. Use the words in the box. food sunglasses water books hospital coat tractor computer umbrella, I's sunny. What do you need? You need sunglasses, It's raining. What do you need? It's cold. What do you need? What does a farmer need? What does a reporter need? What does a doctor need? What does a teacher need? You're thirsty. What do you need? He's hungry. What does he need? ONAnROD — Marks [_] 4 Complete the sentences. Use the words in the box. was/were is/are lots of alotof afew alitle SES 440 Once there were lots of wolves. now there are only a few, AUDA ay So eam 0 — bison, NOY: aes dee cece EES ONCOL eater renelaee een cane eer WOGL, INOW teeter oe oem nant ete ONCE i etme eee emeremmereeramneeens GOTNOS), eS ee © Onee oe ane, aN Neel creae oeia IB AYestercdl) se ere semen TICS eee eee 6 Yesterday ___________ clouds, PECAN) pees see cer ee ered 7 Yesterday _____ birds, (today ee ee 8 Yesterday _________ honey, today Marks [| 8 Way Ahead Teacher's Resource Book 4 5 Put these sentences in the right order. Then write the paragraph. Sailors came to the island. Three hundred years ago, these large birds lived on an island. This was easy because the birds could not fly. The island was in the Indian Ocean. They killed all the birds. Marks [.] 6 Write sentences. What have they done? Use the words in the shapes. Be ! 4 a fF Oo DD Marks [_] 7 =What are the questions? You use a brush to sweep the floor What do you use to sweep the floor? | You use water to make tea. 2 You use a racket to play tennis. —.-_ 3 You use a ball to play football, _.-- 4 You use flour to make bread. Marks [| Way Ahead Teacher's Resource Book 4 pow! (Units 16 —20) Name Class eeceecccescecccsececeee Total marks... 1 What are these wet places? ase kale ; — willaater 2 These are wet. What are they? | Ce 3 Oe ° ff loi retwa Ikim 3 Finish the sentences. Write the answers. Becky went to the zoo, didn’t she? Yes, she did, Jack didn't stay at home, hae we Can | Becky saw an elephant, — 2 She didn't see a tiger, 3 Jack gave fish to the dolphin, —__ 4 But he didn't feed the monkey, ———_ 4 Write sentences. 2: se vrier 4 => cheabse Marks 1 swon A Marks [| mine 2 2 2 Marks [| Jack, Emma YY Ned While Jack and Emma were watching TV Qe Becky $058] Ned was fishing. Senolaenn oni oe tons? aR Sam 589 Nod, Jock) 2) Uaseieskeu eee ot Emma, Jill fio~ Marks |) 1 Way Ahead Teacher's Resource Book 4 5 Finish the sentences. Use the words in the box. fewest least most SS Sandy Island an EE rain tourists & | East Island Sandy Island Windy Island East Island Sandy Island ® N aoa FR @© DN 6 Write the words in the correct order. | cities build we desert Will the in? 2 be there life Will moon the on? 3 Will build stations we space? 4 you will When come? East Island —_______ East Island J ______ less fewer more = =a Windy Island East Island FEE Sandy Island has the most sun, Windy Island —has less rain ___ than East Island. than Windy Island. —____________ than Sandy Island. than Windy Island. Marks 5 be What it will like space in? Marks [| Way Ahead Teacher's Resource Book 4 1 7 Where do these numbers belong? | 11 28 18 10 50 20 | 1 3 357) 9 alllthelongstio\a se ee 24 6 8 10 20 30 40 7 14 al 6-79. l2 15 4 8 12 16 ~eaoca Marks |) 8 write sentences. Use the words in brackets. 9+5+4«18 (do, sum, difficult) Tom didn’t do the sam __*_ alee . an, z because it was too difficult _ ZOR (swimssea; cold);|hlom-didhn tt ssehiaes (gaanct (GONSChOO! IN) een reneeea eee BX (CIM In Flat, Pee tan ae acme Nec ea neem et NR NE yi (sail; bout; windy) 4 —————— el od Se & (drink, tea, hot) 5 Marks [_] 9 What did they do on holiday? A Use the words in the shapes. gy B Gt) Gin) GG) ate) | They _____ every day. 2 They —————— new clothes. 3 They ______ shopping. 4 They —————— new friends. 5 They _______ on the beach. Marks [_| 12 Way Ahead Teacher's Resource Book 4 Name 9 (Units 1-20) Class... eeceeeeeeeee Total marks oe 1 Write sentences. Use the words in brackets. | ail (live, mountains). 2 In (.8 metres). 3 @ (130 kg.) 4 SP 1 (15 metres) __ 5 (live, Africa). ee Marks [| 2 Finish the sentences. Use the words in the box. Tum end opposite + Excuseme on next _ straight _ —____ - Where's the station? Go ____________ along River Street. right at Green Street. The Post Office is ______________ the left. The station is at the ______________of the road. The bank is ______________ to the cinema. There is a restaurant __________ the hotel. Noaron — Marks [| 3 What can they do? My eyes can My nose can My fingers can My tongue can My ears can anon — Marks Way Ahead Teacher's Resource Books 13 4 Write sentences. Use the words in the box. 5 Read the paragraph. Circle the correct words. EX nobody somebody — everybody golcircus “| Somebody went to the circus. go/school viv v I finish/homework 2 play football v 3 go/shopping v 4 watch/TV v v v 5 os make/cake é read/book ee 7 : see/friend v v Weel g beiill 9 swim/sea v lo Marks | | The Sahara is the biggest / smallest of all the deserts / rivers in the world. There are many deserts in other countries / oceans, but the Sahara is the largest / fattest. In Australia / England, there is a large desert and in that country you can see pandas / kangaroos. There aren't many / any of these animals in the Sahara. Deserts have a lot of trees / sand. In the desert, you can find water / oil at an oasis. Deserts are the hottest / warmest places in the world. When you go to a desert, you should always take water / a camera and wear a tie / hat. 6 Finish the sentences. Use the words in the box. John James Jane S| Se | PR | 66 | 686 bb | 688 | 8 most | John eats the 2 James eats the 3 Jane drinks the 4 John drinks the 5 Jane drinks the fewest Marks [| least sweets. sweets. milk. —____ milk. bottles of cola. Marks |] 14 Way Ahead Teacher's Resource Book 4 7 Complete the sentences. Use the words in the box. John Jane James ||" more fewer less | | John has _____ apples than James. 4 2 Jane has ______grapes than John. 3 James has _____cake than Jane. 4 James has__juice than John. 5 John has ______ bananas than Jane. 8 Write the verbs. Use the words in the shapes. be mend) (come, Gatch) stay tell sail Sea eee ae Clifton was a small fishing village. When the weather ____ good, the fishermen out in their boats. They a lot of fish. They the fish in the market. People _____ from many villages to buy their fish. When it_____ and the seas _________ dangerous, the fishermen ____ at home. They _____ stories and their nets. Marks [| 9 What are they saying? Use must or mustn't and the words in the shapes. Ay OO2O®@ PH RO 2 EPPO aR 8 B&R Sse Eve 2 ® Marks |_| Way Ahead Teacher's Resource Book4 15 10 Find the right ending. | If you don't wear a raincoat, you will have bad teeth. 2. If you get up at 10 o'clock, you will feel hot. 3 If you don't work hard, you will be late to school. 4 Ifyou sit on the beach, you will get wet. 5 If you eat a lot of chocolates, your teacher will be angry. Write the sentences. [ a Fon Marks |_| 11. Write sentences. Use should or shouldn't and the words in brackets. V8) (help, home) You should help at home. I Sy (clean, teeth) ws, (eat, sweets) €5™ (tidy, room) GSmAE (wear, hat, desert) — @ Qe (talk, tibrory) a FO DD Marks [| 16 — Way Ahead Teacher's Resource Book 4 Unit | Lesson2 Occupations cards | librarian 2 dentist Instructions for page cut out, colour and stick onto Wer Ane = N ie = | | Ee HS ce od =< To AGS ae MiaeNTCn a cL I ron Ag - } J Unit | Lesson 2 Label for Writing notebooks (XK Ke Xe N LK YOOOOOOCOO000K SORRELL PKK Ke Kee de WeKe Ke Ke eon Unit8 Lesson | Instructions for clock ‘Cut a circle 20 cms in diameter from card or thick paper. Mark the centre of the circle. Write the numerals. ‘Trace or copy the clock hands below, stick onto card and cut out. alle eee > —— 8 om v{[o <—— som Use a split pin paper fastener to fix them through the dots to the centre of the circle. 24 Way Ahead Teacher's Resource Book 4 Unit | Lesson 4 Grammar gang; lorry (instructions page 29) Woy Ahead Teacher's Resource Books 25 Unit | Lesson 4 Grammar gang (instructions page 29) 26 — Way Ahead Teacher's Resource Book 4 Unit | Lesson 4 Grammar gang (instructions page 29) (‘T_? amare 28 Way Ahead Teacher's Resource Book 4 Unit | Lesson 4 Grammar gang: instructions 1. Finda suitable box for he lorry Itshould be at least 20 cms tongand gems 15 cms high. It should be wide enough to put the figures and cards in it, at least 10 cms. A shoe box, cereal packet or washing powder box could be used. The pattern can be adapted for a longer box. If your box is too tall, cut it down to achieve the correct height. 15¢ems 2. Photocopy or trace the lorry onto paper, stick onto thin card, colour and cut out. If your box is longer than the pattern, cut vertically at the dotted lines and extend the pattern to fit. or The cab of the lorry can protrude beyond the box. Stick the lorry firmly to the side of the box. Y) 3 Copy the six members of the grammar gang. Stick onto card, colour and cut out. A Using the grammar gang and lorry Each time the grammar gang is shown in the Pupil's Book to introduce new language, make the appropriate card to fix to the side of the lorry, with re-useable adhesive if available, or with paper clips. Make cards with the appropriate words, phrases or ‘sentences as shown in the Pupil's Books. Place these with grammar gang members in the box/lorry to present to the class. (You may not need all the grammar gang on every occasion.) Stick the grammar gang on the board and follow the procedure as described in the Pupil's Book For Unit 1 Lesson 4 your display could look like this 1a Then let children add the cards, with re-useable adhesive or sticky tape on the back, so they can also be stuck to the board. “(| She is going to see the tobe ; {|| dentist on Monday. Lill iy. ‘The grammar gang can be used to hold cards in different ways, e.g. for Unit2 Lesson 3 ie er ide goto Fatoran]O ‘ He went fo the cast. Lee soe PR Qycomapra rer) g nate raagra re hS | eee [WFaonThengitisoppoaie he. J2 | |stsnext tothe Way Ahead Teacher's Resource Book4 29 i ie Unit2 Lesson3 Places in town: science museum, library, school, market Instructions for pages 30, 31: copy the pictures, colour, stick onto card and cut out. pee eee en ne een ne nnn nnn nn nnn fen nnn nnn ene nn nn nn nn ec ne nn nn nn nn nnnn= 30 Woy Ahead Teacher's Resource Book 4 posyy fiom afispo ‘yopag ‘exjDay) Jeddnd ‘snouo :UMO} U] SEOD]q € UOSSE] ZUUN Unit3 Lesson 4 Buildings in a town: hotel, restaurant, department store Instructions: copy the pictures on this page and page 33, stick onto card or thick paper and cut out. Map: use wide strips of paper to make a network of streets. Give them appropriate names. The map can be simple, with only three streets shown, as on page 21 of the Pupil's Book. As children become familiar and. confident with the exercise you may wish to add more streets to elicit longer directions in response to questions. 32 Way Ahead Teacher's Resource Book 4 Unit3 Lesson 4 Buildings in a town: bank, post office, sports centre, bakery Geneeend nen Gee Sena shee Scansee ned enesscnecnnedesetecccsesecseres Way Ahead Teacher's Resource Book 4 Unit5 Lesson2 Puppet Instructions: copy and cut out the parts of the body. Use them to elicit how the puppet is put together. You can fix them together using glue, if you wish. Cut out the costume pieces in front of the class, or give them to 2 children to do. They can be glued to the finished puppet. 34 — Way Ahead Teacher's Resource Book 4 Unit 6 Lesson3 Weather symbols Instructions Make 3 copies of the cloud symbol, cut out, and stick onto card, For cloudy use the symbol alone. For rain add raindrops below the cloud. For snow add snowflakes below the cloud. For windy copy and cut out the symbol. For sunny draw a circle and add sun rays. For hot and cold copy and cut out the two thermometers. Colour all the symbols as shown on page 35 of the Pupil's Book. Wy, YN ALA Cris 36 — Way Ahead Teacher's Resource Book 4 Rules Smile Club Members ‘y yoog eoinosey s1eyooa,, poayy Aon Le €ard Instructions 1 Cutout the member's card. Noase Write your name on the first page and draw a picture of yourself in the box. Write the six rules. Fold your card along the black lines. Stick the Smile Club badge onto card and cut it out. Colour the badge. Stick a safety pin on the back. aBpog pun pino sJaquieyy :qnig ews zuosse7 2 yWUN girl Copy the doll and clothing, stick onto card and cut out. Unit8 Lesson 3 Paper doll: 38 WayAhead Teacher's Resource Book 4 Unit8 Lesson3 Paper doll: boy Copy the doll and clothing, stick onto card and cut out 39 Way Ahead Teacher's Resource Book 4 Unit8 Lesson3 School items Copy the items, cut out and stick onto card. Put them at the bottom of the board with the dolls’ clothing, 40 Woy Ahead Teacher's Resource Book 4 Unit 10 Lesson 3 Shopping basket 1 Cutout the basket shape. Cut along the black lines Fold along all the dotted lines. RON Glue flaps A, B,C and D to the ends of the basket. Pe 5 Cut out the handle. 6 Glue it to the insides of your basket. Way Ahead Teacher's Resource Book 4 41 Unit 11 Lesson4 Animal cards: bear, shark, dolphin Instructions Copy the pictures on this page and the next; colour, cut out and stick onto cards. Write the name of the animal on each card. For elephant, bear and wolf, write the questions How tall...? and How heavy...? For dolphin, whale and shark, write the questions How long...? and How heavy...? ‘Write the following measurements on cards: 2 metres, 300 kg, 1 metre, 80 kg, 3 metres, 6 000 kg, 4 metres, 200 kg, 6 metres, 1 200 kg, 25 metres, 100 000 kg 42 Way Ahead Teacher's Resource Book 4 Unit 11 Lesson4 Animal cards: whale, elephant, wolf 43 Way Ahead Teacher's Resource Book 4 Unit 11 Lesson 4 Animal fact cards Copy the sheet and cut out each fact card. Bear Height 2 metres Weight 1200 kg Wolf emi Height 1 metre Weight 80 kg Elephant Height 3 metres Weight 6 000 kg Dolphin Length 4 metres Weight 200 kg Shark Length 6 metres Weight 300 kg Whale Length 25 metres Weight 100 000 kg 44 — Way Ahead Teacher's Resource Book 4 init 13 Lesson 2 Airport cut-outs: pilot, air hostess, mechanic I ti r pages 45 — 48: copy the four sets of figures, colour, stick ont Unit 14 Lesson | Travel cards: desert, hotel, sailing boat, tent eeeneno------------------------4------------------------------- ree Book4 = 49 ‘Way Ahead Teacher's Resou | Travel cards: plan: Unit 14 Lesson 1urce Book 4 504 5O Way Ahead Teacher's Re: Unit 14 Lesson3 Places to see: mountain, beach Copy the pictures on this page and the next; colour and cut out. Gis Way Ahead Teacher's Resource Books = 51 Unit 14 Lesson3 Places to see: city, zoo 52 Way Ahead Teacher's Resource Book 4 Unit 16 Lesson3 Food Questionnaire QUESTIONNAIRE Name Draw a circle round your answers. How many fruits do you None 1-10 More than 10 eat each week? a How many sweets do you None 1-20 More than 20 eat each week? How many glasses of fruit juice None 1-10 More than 10 do you drink each week? 5 — How many fizzy drinks do None 1-20 More than 20 you have each week? & How many times do youeat _ Never 1-10 times More than 10 times vegetables each week? f KD Lia How many times do you eat Never 1-10 times More than 10 times meat each week? @ 2 Way Ahead Teacher's Resource Books = 5 3 Unit 19 Lesson4 Seaside picture cards: seaweed, crabs, birds, flowers, bird nests Copy the pictures on this page and the next. Colour them, cut out and stick onto card. Put them in labelled envelopes and make headings and word cards for the Noticeboard as shown on page 101 of the Pupil's Book 54 Way Ahead Teacher's Resource Book 4 Unit 19 Lesson 4 Seaside picture cards: starfish, shells, rubbish, fishes, surfer 55 Way Ahead Teacher's Resource Book 4 56 Unit | Paper craft A Get Well card 1 Cutout the two pieces. Colour them how you like. Write the name of the person the card is to, and who it is from. 2 Fold the big piece in half with the face inside. Open it out again. Get well soon 3 Fold the small piece in H half with the words on the RR Ske She Be he Se Ske He | outside. Open it out. 4 Fold along the dotted lines. Put glue on the backs of the folded flaps. Stick the flaps on top of the dotted lines under the face. 6 Close the card. Draw a picture on the 7 Putyour card in an envelope. Write the front or cut a picture from a magazine, person's name on the front. Now it is that your friend will like and stick it on. ready to give! Way Ahead Teacher's Resource Book 4 Unit5 Paper craft Jack’s beanstalk Instructions You need 3 sheets of green paper about as big as this page. You can use white paper and paint it green first, or you can just use white paper. 1 Stick the 3 sheets together, so that you have wv one long piece. Roll it up into a tube. 2 Measure across the top. It should be about 3.cms. If itis bigger, roll the paper tighter. Ititis smaller, roll the paper more loosely. 3. Put glue on the outside edge. \ 4 Measure 6 cms cea Stick it down. i from the top of the Es tube. Draw a circle all the way round. 6 Make 2 more cuts down to the line, as in the picture. 8 Dothe same with the other two flaps. 7 — iistalelaletety 123456 a Cut down to the line. ~ Pull one of the flaps down. Draw a leaf and stalk shape. Cut it out, through all the layers of paper. © Find the inside edge of your roll of paper. Pull it up gently. a Watch your beanstalk grow! PX Way Ahead Teacher's Resource Book4 57 Unit 10 Paper craft A braille alphabet This is the braille alphabet. You can see the dots. ‘Tum the paper over. You can see the dots from the other side. Use a sharp pencil or a biro pen to press on the dots. Turn your paper over again. Shut your eyes. Feel the bumps. If you cannot feel them, turn your paper over and press harder. Put your fingertips on all the bumps. You can feel how blind people read Here is a sentence in braille. Make the bumps. Can you feel the letters? What is the sentence? 58 — Way Ahead Teacher's Resource Book 4 Unit 15 Paper craft Newspaper report: The missing statue 1 Cut out the newspaper 2 Read the news story. 3 Cut out the pictures and pages and stick stick them in the right them together. places. 7 PC takes photos Thieves at Gold House p some strange prints. Mr Smith told Police Constable Brown. PC Brown decided to watch the statue. He hid behind a bush. He saw alittle old man come on stilts and get into the statue, Later on, the man went away. Policeman solves statue mystery Street cleaner finds the first clue Mr Smith is a street cleaner. He cleans the road next to Gold House. Opposite the house he saw a new statue and Astrange lion ‘The next day, PC Brown dressed up as an old lady. He put on coat and wig. He put a radio and a camera ina shopping trolley. He walked past Gold House and he saw a lion in the garden. It went into the house. PC Brown said to himself, “Mr and Mrs Gold do not have a lion.” Then he saw the lion come out of the house. It went to the statue. Two men got out of it. They had jewels and money hidden inside the lion suit. PC Brown took a picture. The men opened the back of the statue and took out two bags. They put the jewels and money, and the lion suit in the bags. The men pulled the statue into pieces and put it in the bags as well. l glue 32 a Way Ahead Teacher's Resource Book 4 59 Unit 15 Paper craft Newspaper report 4 Fold the newspaper. Write the name of your paper on the front. 5 What is the front page news? Write the story. Draw apicture. 6 On the back page you could write a weather report, a sports report and other news. PC Brown took a picture of them doing this. Then the two men walked away. PC Brown spoke to the police station on his radio. “There are thieves at Gold House,” he said. “They are carrying big, heavy bags. They are wearing trainers and tracksuits. They are going towards the railway station.” Caught at the railway station Apolice car went to the station, Four policemen jumped out and caught the two men on platform 3. Fred Jones is a train driver. He saw what happened. “The men were getting on the train,” he said. “They saw the policemen and tried to run away. The policemen stopped them, It was very exciting.” Old man followed and caught Meanwhile, PC Brown was waiting at the statue. Soon the old man arrived. PC Brown took another picture. He said, “When the old man saw that the statue had gone he was very angry. He went away, but [followed him and caught him. Then I took him to the police station. The three thieves are now at the police station. They are answering ‘our questions.” Interview with Mr and Mrs Gold Our reporter spoke to Mr and Mrs Gold at their holiday hotel. “We are very pleased,” they said. “Well done, PC Brown!” ry , 60 — Way Ahead Teacher's Resource Book 4 Unit5 Paper craft A flying origami duck You need a square of paper about 15 x 15 cms. You can use coloured paper, or you can use white paper to make a white duck and stick it onto coloured card. ik 1. Fold the square in half. 2 Foldalong the dotted line. 3 Fold back along the dotted line. / : 4 Fold the bottom upwards along the 5 Stick your shape onto paper and draw dotted line. an eye and a beak. ae 6 Fold piece of blue card in half. 7 Use a piece of black paper. Cuta cloud shape and stick it on the card. Make three white ducks and stick them on. Stick your duck onto the card. Make a moon out of white paper and Write a greeting inside. moonlight on water. Way Ahead Teacher's Resource Book4 61 Unit5 Paper craft A flying origami-duck You need a square of paper about 15 x 15 cms. You can use coloured paper, or you can use white paper to make a white duck and stick it onto coloured card. ee 1 Fold the square in half. Fold along the dotted line. 3 Fold back along the dotted line. 4. Fold the bottom upwards along the 5. Stick your shape onto paper and draw dotted line. an eye and a beak 6 Fold apiece of blue card in half. 7 Use apiece of black paper. Cut a cloud shape and stick it on the card. Make three white ducks and stick them on. Stick your duck onto the card. Make a moon out of white paper and Write a greeting inside. moonlight on water. Way Ahead Teacher's Resource Book4 61

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