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Pearson Education Limited, Edinburgh Gate Harlow, Essex CM20 2JE England. And Associated Companies throughout the world, www longman elt com. Pearson Education Limited 2001, The right of Rosi Jillett to be identified. as author of this work has been asserted, by her in accordance with the. Copyright Designs and Patents Act 1988, 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 written. permission of the Publishers, First published 2001. Produced for the publishers by CjB Editorial Plus, Set in 10 12pt Stone Informal. Printed in the United Kingdom, ISBN 0 582 46939 2, Language syllabus Sarah Cunningham and Peter Moor.
Video script Roger Dunton, Video production ELT Productions Ltd. Acknowledgements, We are grateful to the following for permission. to reproduce copyright material, ITN Archive Chinese New Year celebration p 50. Barnaby s Picture Library Earl of Sandwich p 12, Slow Food International Carlo Petrini p 13. Reuters Television Julius Reuter p 15 pigeons p 16. new electric telegraph p 17 jitterbug pp 21 and 22. rock n roll pp 21 and 22 British Pathe Charleston p 21. dance marathon pp 21 and 22 Viking Books Indra Sinha p 25. Imelda Marcos p 25 Imelda Marcos shoes p 26 Trans World. International football crowd p 27 Eurostar Eurostar train p 32. Tandem TV Eurotunnel tunnel breakthrough p 30 tunnelling machines p 31. Introduction for the teacher, The Cutting Edge Elementary Pre Intermediate Video gives students a wealth of information about.
aspects of modern life providing them with a rich source of authentic real life material Based. on the syllabus of the Cutting Edge Elementary and Pre Intermediate students books the language. is graded accordingly through the six video programmes If you are using the Cutting Edge. course each video unit is designed to be used once students reach the consolidation sections in. the corresponding students book, The Video Workbook. The Cutting Edge Elementary Pre Intermediate Video Workbook helps students to understand the. video through comprehension questions and exercises. The units are divided into the following sections, Preview prepares students for the video topic and includes the pre teaching of vocabulary. which students may meet on the video for the first time To help them with the vocabulary. students are encouraged to use a good dictionary such as the Longman Wordwise Dictionary. In view 1 accompanies the first viewing of the video all the way through allowing students to. get a feel for the material The Cutting Edge Elementary Pre Intermediate Video Workbook focuses on. gist and visual comprehension In this section as in In view 2 students read the questions. before they watch so that they can then concentrate on the video screen as much as possible. In view 2 divides the video into short sections and gives students more detailed comprehension. questions and exercises After students have answered the questions they watch the relevant. section again to check their answers, Review starts with an exercise based on the content of the video to see what information. students have retained Review also includes language practice and vocabulary sections for. reinforcement Short texts extend aspects of information given on the video. Your view sections after In view 2 and at the end of Review encourage students to think about. what they have seen and to connect it to their own experience and views. The Cutting Edge Elementary Pre Intermediate Video Workbook also includes an Answer key and. Video scripts, 1 The many faces of London 5, 2 Fast life fast food 10. 3 Here is the news 15, 4 Dancing years 20, 5 Crazy or what 25.
6 Riding a dream 30, Video scripts 34, Answer key 41. 1 The many faces of London, What do you know about London. London facts and figures, 1 How many people do you think live in London. a 5 million, b 7 million, c 10 million, 2 How many people who live in London come from other countries. 3 How many languages can you hear in London, a about 20.
b about 200, c about 2 000, 4 Name five languages you can hear in London. 5 Match the nationalities and population in London. Indians Poles Chinese, 45 000 60 000 400 000, Vocabulary. Match the words with the pictures You can use some words more than once. 2 Use the Longman Wordwise Dictionary to check you understand the words. celebration costume s crowded national dance, celebration. Which of these things do you often find at a celebration. dancing music lights musicians tigers crowds of people elephants food. 1 The many faces of London, Start 4 59, Before you watch the video read the questions 1 5 below. Then watch and answer the questions, What do you think the title The many faces of London means.
Match the people and nationalities, 2 Nationalities. Polish Canadian Chinese Indian British, All the people in the pictures have something in common What is it. Match the groups of people 1 3 with the activities a c. 4 1 Chinese a Song and dance, 2 Indians b New Year celebrations. 3 Poles c Diwali, Now put them in the order they appear on the video. 1 The many faces of London, Section 1 0 00 1 47, Look at the table Then watch the video and complete the table.
London facts and figures, Population number of people who live in London 7. Percentage of people who live in London who, come from other countries b. Number of languages you can hear in London c, Number of languages Tim mentions d. You can watch again to check your answers, Section 2 1 48 2 44. Read the sentences a f below Are the sentences true T or false F. 2 Watch the video and answer, a There are about 200 000 Indians in London F.
b They celebrate Diwali every year, c Diwali means many lights. d The young Indian woman loves seeing the lights, e The Diwali celebrations get very crowded. f The young woman doesn t always go to Diwali, You can watch again to check your answers. Section 3 2 45 3 44, Read the questions then watch and answer. 3 a Complete this sentence, 60 000 live in London, b Circle three things Tim mentions that the people of London enjoy.
Chinese music Chinese food Chinese New Year celebrations Chinatown. c Who is Mr Lee, You can watch again to check your answers. 1 The many faces of London, Section 4 3 20 3 44, Read about New Year sentences a e. 4 Watch again and tick the correct column, British Chinese British and Chinese. a New Year s Day is on 1 January, b New Year starts around 30 January. c Every year has a name e g the, year of the dog the year of the tiger.
d It is a family celebration It depends, e The children get lots of presents. You can watch again to check your answers, Section 5 3 45 4 59. Read the sentences below Watch the video then circle the correct answer in italics. 5 a The Tatry Polish Song and Dance Group, live in Poland in London. b They travel to other towns and cities, in Britain in Poland. c They do the national dances of Poland, for people in Britain in Poland.
d There are about 45 000 Poles, in London in Britain. e They make their own costumes, get their costumes from Poland. f The Poles the Indians and the Chinese, don t like London think London is a great place. You can watch again to check your answers, Imagine you are on a visit to London Watch the start of the video again. Can you name any of the places Which of the places would you like to visit. Which of these would you like to see, Diwali Chinese New Year Polish Song and Dance Group.
What other things in London do you know that you would like to see. 1 The many faces of London, Review Vocabulary, Circle the odd one out. 1 Correct the following text You can, look at the video script on page 34 3 a fantastic beautiful crowded. to help you, great perfect brilliant, seven b love like very much. London is a big city More than ten enjoy hate like. million people live here People from all, over Europe c manager student Canadian. There are more people here from more actor musician. countries than any other city in the d Canadian French German. world Spanish Mexican London, 45 per cent of the people who live in.
London come from other countries Or Put these words in order as quickly. their parents or grandparents come from, other countries You can hear 400. 4 as you can Start with the smallest, or youngest, languages in London a capital city e g London city. There are about 300 000 Indians in continent e g Europe country. London Every year they enjoy all the the world town. colour and music of Diwali and many town, other people in London enjoy it too. Language practice b one hundred thousand, Questions and answers Present Simple million ten. Work in pairs, 2 Student 1 Your partner thinks of, someone from the video Ask your.
partner questions to find out who it c child grandparent parent. is Ask questions in this order great grandparent, man woman age job nationality. Student 2 Think of someone in the, video Your partner asks you. questions to find out who it is, Student 1 Is it a man or a woman. How big is your capital city, Student 2 A man, Student 1 How old is he Where do people come from. Student 2 He s about thirty, What special celebrations do they.
Student 1 What does he do, Student 2 I don t know I think he s. an actor What is your favourite celebration in, Student 1 Where is he from your country. Student 2 He s from Canada, Student 2 It s Tim, Student 1 That s right. 2 Fast life fast food, Do the fast life fast food quiz Use the Longman Wordwise Dictionary or ask your. teacher to find out the meaning of any words you do not understand. Fast food facts and figures, 1 When do you think fast food started in the UK.
1762 1900 1955 1960, 2 What do you think was the first fast food in the UK. burger sandwich fried chicken jacket potato, 3 Which of these countries do you think spends. the most money on fast food, UK France Germany Italy Spain USA. 4 Which of the following are fast food, baked potato banana burger. fish and chips hot dog kebab pizza, roast beef and Yorkshire pudding cheese sandwich.
spaghetti alla carbonara steak and chips sushi, 5 Why do you think people eat fast food. a Because it s delicious, b Because it s quick and people don t have much time. c Because it s not expensive, 6 There is an organisation called Slow Food International. What do you think it does, Read the questions then watch the. 1 video without sound and answer, What do the pictures on the video show.
How many images of fast food, can you see on the video. 2 Fast life fast food, 5 31 10 28, Before you watch the video read the questions 2 7 below Then watch and answer. Why are we eating more and more fast food, In which of these places do we see Tim. 3 McDonald s sandwich bar Italian restaurant, pizzeria in the street. What is he eating in the first place and the last place i e at the start and at the end of the. What was the first fast food in Britain, Why doesn t Sophie eat any of the fast food in front of her.
In the video who does not like fast food, Section 1 5 31 6 36. Read the question then watch and answer, 1 Which of these foods do you see signs for Tick the boxes. fried chicken, baked potatoes, You can watch again to check your answers. Section 2 6 36 7 36, Read the question then watch and answer. 2 Match the facts about fast food and the countries. 1 300 000 fast food restaurants a Britain, 2 3 billion b China.
3 more than 3 5 billion c Germany and France, 4 1 000 million each year d Spain and Italy. 5 millions of burgers e America, You can watch again to check your answers. 2 Fast life fast food, Section 3 7 37 8 28, Read the questions 3 4 then watch and answer. When did the Earl of Sandwich ask for two pieces of bread with meat in the middle. 1762 1672 1790 1770, Are the following true T or false F. 4 a The Earl of Sandwich gave, his name to the sandwich T.
b The sandwich is the most, popular fast food in the UK. c 80 per cent of workers eat, sandwiches every day. d Sandwiches are not very, popular in France, You can watch again to check. your answers, Section 4 8 29 9 33, Read the questions. 5 then watch and answer, a Who makes this plastic food.
b Who buys this plastic food, c Which of these foods can you see. sandwiches sushi, burger fried chicken, fish and chips pizza. d Who is Andrew Senior, e Look at the list in question c. 1 Which food did they, make a few years ago, 2 Which food do they. also make today, You can watch again to, check your answers.
2 Fast life fast food, Section 5 9 34 10 28, Watch the video then read the. 6 information about Slow Food, International Underline the. information which is not on the video, Italian journalist Carlo Petrini set up an. organisation called Slow Food International, because he was unhappy with the idea of. fast food The organisation started in Bra in, Italy and now has 60 000 members all over.
the world The number of new members is, growing all the time It is perhaps not. surprising that the, organisation has as, its symbol this little. The Cutting Edge Elementary Pre Intermediate Videogives students a wealth of information about aspects of modern life providing them with a rich source of authentic real life material Based on the syllabus of the Cutting Edge Elementaryand Pre Intermediate students books the language is graded accordingly through the six video programmes If you are using the Cutting Edge course each

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