Arbeitsblatt: Reading Blog Entries

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Material zu den "Blogeinträgen" des Schulbuchs "New World", Nr. 5, Unit 1.
Englisch
Lesen / Literatur
9. Schuljahr
6 Seiten

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Worksheet 1 English Task 1 At the airport a) Read the text on page 16 in your workbook. If you dont understand word, maybe look in the box below, there are some words explained. b) Fill out the following form for your blog entry. Date Location/ Destination (from where to where) Means of transport (how did he travel?) Activities (What did he do?) What went wrong? Helpful Vocabulary Seat belt The thing you use in car to make sure you will be safe in case of an accident. Delayed If something doesnt start when it is supposed to be, it is delayed. (like train or lesson) Luggage This is the stuff, you take with you on trip, like suitcase or backpack. Fee Money you have to pay for something, like parking car. Exception Normally we would follow the rules, but we make an exception for you. Accommoda This is where you stay if youre on trip, like hostel, tion hotel or holiday home. Diving This is trip with boat, where you will dive to look at course fishes and turtles and reefs. 1 Worksheet 2 Task 2 At the airport c) You are now working in pairs of two. Your task is to write down dialogue between Michael and the assistant at the check-in. a. Michaels goals: not paying an extra fee. b. Try to start your dialogue with walking up to the checkin. c. The dialogue has to be at least 8 sentences, and the assistant and Michael each get to speak at least four times. Dialogue Assistant: Michael: Assistant: Michael: Assistant: Michael: Assistant: Michael: 2 Worksheet 1 English Task 1 Early morning in backpackers hostel in Sydney a) Read the text on page 17 in your workbook. If you dont understand word, maybe look in the box below, there are some words explained. b) Fill out the following form for your blog entry. Date Location What is his problem? How did he solve the problem? What will he be doing in Sydney? Helpful Vocabulary Dorm Snoring Mate Facilities Brekkie Exciting Harbour This is where you sleep in hostel. It has multiple beds. This is the noise some people make when they sleep. mate is buddy or someone you know only little. But it also means friend. There are toilets and showers. This is the Australian slang word for Breakfast. This is the feeling you get, if youre really looking forward to something, like trip or birthday party. This is the place where you can get on/off ships. 1 Worksheet 2 Task 2 Early morning in backpackers hostel in Sydney c) You are now working in pairs of two. Your task is to write down dialogue between Michael and the receptionist. Michaels goals: getting breakfast and complaining little Try to start your dialogue with walking up to the reception. The dialogue has to be at least 8 sentences, and the receptionist and Michael each get to speak at least four times. Dialogue Receptionist: Michael: Receptionist: Michael: Receptionist: Michael: Receptionist: Michael: 2 Worksheet 1 English Task 1 On tour bus on the Great Ocean Road a) Read the text on page 17 in your workbook. If you dont understand word, maybe look in the box below, there are some words explained. b) Fill out the following form for your blog entry. Date Who is he travelling with? Means of transport (how did he travel?) What is the Great Ocean Road? What went wrong? Helpful Vocabulary Highway Caves Limestone Scenery Tyre overtaking This is where the cars can drive fast. natural chamber in the earth or in mountain. Some sort of stone. special view of landscape. The thing cars have around their wheels. If someone is walking too slow in front of you, you will try to overtake him or her. 1 Worksheet 2 Task 2 On tour bus on the Great Ocean Road c) You are now working in pairs of two. Your task is to write down dialogue between Michael and the tour guide. Michaels goals: telling the guide, that he overslept. Try to start your dialogue with the guide picking up his phone. The dialogue has to be at least 8 sentences, and the tour guide and Michael each get to speak at least four times. Dialogue Tour guide: Michael: Tour guide: Michael: Tour guide: Michael: Tour guide: Michael: 2