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Fun For Starters là cuốn sách giúp các con ôn luyện cho cuộc thi Young Learners English của Đại học Cambridge cấp độ resourceone.info For. View, download: Fun for Starters. Student's Book. Teacher's Book. On-line resources. Progress Tests. Robinson A, Saxby K. (, 4th ed.) (+ Audio) (pdf; mp3). [Cambridge] FUN 1st edition | ○ Starters ○ Movers ○ Flyers Student's Book + Teacher's Book + Audio CD To see free download links, click on the photo:


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[Sách] Cambridge FUN for Starters Edition Student's book – Sách gáy xoắn . Student's book, Workbook with answers, Teacher's book, Class audio CDs, Class . Fun for Starters Teacher Book - Download as PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or read online. Practice Test Audio. The Teacher's Book for each level includes a full practice test. Audio for the Listening Part can be downloaded from here. More.

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Choose language English Castellano. Cambridge English Cambridge Monitor Contact. Cambridge Labs Events and Courses. Cambridge Teacher Development. Cambridge Vocabulary for How many pets has May got? How many monkeys does May have? Write both questions on the board, omitting the words pets and monkeys Explain that have you got? How many crocodiles does May have? Change places if … For example: Choose a group of words from a particular topic, like body or animals, or the words could be unrelated Tell learners to listen and write the letters as you say them to spell the word For example, P-E- If learners think they know the word, they say Stop!

The other learners try to guess what it is The learner who guesses correctly then draws on the board The game can be played in groups with learners drawing lines on paper Group or order the words Take any group of words related or not and ask learners to group or order them: Backs to the board Make teams of 4—8 learners, depending on the size of the class Put one chair for each team at the front of the class A learner from each team comes and sits on a chair, with their back to the board Write up a word on the board for example: No Are you on the table?

Say something more! The people are in a toy shop The learner next to that learner says another sentence about the picture For example: A man is cleaning the floor Continue round the circle If a learner repeats a sentence that someone else has said, they are eliminated or lose a point Variation: Each learner has to repeat the previous sentences and then add a new one How many words?

Teams look at a picture and write as many different words as they can for things they can see For example: Page 66, A, Unit 31 Sausages, burgers, plates, balloons, table, etc The winners are the team with the most number of correctly spelt words Using small pictures or wordcards Which one is missing? In pairs or small groups, one learner chooses a picture from any page in Fun for Starters Third edition The other learner s have to ask questions to discover which picture For example: Can you see some people?

How old is the girl? What does she like doing? Pairs decide what different animals or people could be saying to each other in the picture For example: Young Learners For more information on Cambridge English: Young Learners, please visit www. Bill Sorry, where? How you spell that?

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Happy birthday! How old are you?

Can you see the line? This is an example Now you listen and draw lines Boy: One Man: Now, put the balloon in the box Can you see the answers?

Now you listen and write a name or a number Girl: Put the balloon in the box Girl: Oh, OK Girl: Two Man: Can you see the phone? Yes Man: Put the phone next to the fish Girl: Next to the fish Right Three Girl: What can I now? Find the mouse Girl: OK I can see it Can I put it under the jacket?

Now, put the shoe on the board Girl: The shoe on the board? Five Man: Now, the onion Put it next to the door Girl: Sorry, where? Put the onion next to the door Girl: Oh, right! Where you live, Bill? In Sea Street Woman: Is that S-E-A?

What number is your house? Our house is number six Woman: Yes Three Woman: Do you live in a big house? How many rooms? Ten Four Woman: Can you spell that? And who you play with? Tony Woman: Does he spell his name T-O-N-Y?

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Do you walk to school, Nick? Part Look at the picture Listen and look There is one example Woman: Hello, Alex!

Do you want to colour this picture? OK Can I colour one of the helicopters?

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Yes Colour the helicopter in the bag Do you go to school by car, then? No I ride my bike to school Woman: Now you listen and tick the box One What can Tom do? Can you ride a horse, Tom? Can you play basketball, then?

What you want for your birthday, Sam? Can you see the helicopter in the bag? This helicopter is grey Now you listen and colour One Woman: Make it yellow Boy: Right A yellow helicopter Two Boy: Whose is that helicopter? Which helicopter? Some new jeans, then?

No thanks I want a new watch, please! What have you got in your desk, Kim?

My pens and an eraser Man: Oh no! Yes Boy: Can I have some chicken? Can I have an apple today? OK Five Which girl is May? Can you see May? Is that her with the dress?Small groups of students travel from station to station together, performing some kind of task or responding to a prompt, either of which will result in a conversation. What can you see in this picture? For longer lessons, there is an If there is time activity described at the end of each lesson in the Teacher's Book which you may wish to use.

Songs allow children to practise pronunciation and intonation and repeat important words and expressions in fun ways that fix them in their memories. Food I really like!